Nottingham Forest recently held their annual Golf Day on a blisteringly-hot afternoon at the Nottinghamshire Golf and Country Club.
There were 19 teams taking part in the beautiful surroundings of the Nottinghamshire and players included former Forest defender Kenny Burns and former England cricketer Chris Broad.
The overall winners of the golf day who received an Executive Box for the Norwich City game and the Claret Jug were Windsor Material Handling (91 points).
In second place with 88 points were adidas who won four Castle Club tickets for the Norwich City game and four umbrellas.
GBM Asset Finance took home four beer packs for the third place price with 87 points on countback.
Finally in fourth place receiving four ties were Make Consulting with 85 points on countback.
Seven guests beat the pro and the winner which was drawn out the hat was Alex Hamilton who received a four ball at The Nottinghamshire.
The Longest Drive of the day went to Ollie Betteridge who won a Forest shirt and trophy, whilst Ed Lager won the nearest to the pin trophy and Forest Tumbler.
A competition was also held to guess the amount of golf balls in the NFFC Driver headcover. With guesses ranging from 29 to 62, Blayne Flint took home the prize with a winning guess of 31 golf balls.
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