Evolve IT clients, staff and vendor sponsors converged on the green grass fields of the Heritage Golf and Country Club in Victoria to take part in the integrator's national corporate golf day. About 60 people hit the fairways to show off their putting skills while also indulging in pancakes and BBQs.
On-course activities included prizes for closest to the pin, the longest and straightest drives as well as a special 'Happy Gilmore' hole, which saw amateur golfers who out-drove the professional win a multifunction printer. Other prizes given away on the day included an Acer computer and LCD monitors for winners plus a bottle of scotch for the losing team.
Acer's Greg Mikaelian, Bluechip Infotech's Kieren Kemm, Ink n Applications' Ian Begg and Dychem's Mark Robbins recorded the best team score of the day. Point Project's Brendan Bilston took home the Acer computer prize for the longest drive.