BES duffers undaunted by rain

There were plenty of wet golfers on the links at the Broadcast Executive Society‘s 50th annual charity golf tournament in Beeton, Ont. Last week’s event overlapped with the beginning of a rainy period in Ontario, but every foursome registered in the tourney at The Club At Bondhead showed up and played, undeterred. PHD Canada‘s executive […]

There were plenty of wet golfers on the links at the Broadcast Executive Society‘s 50th annual charity golf tournament in Beeton, Ont.

Last week’s event overlapped with the beginning of a rainy period in Ontario, but every foursome registered in the tourney at The Club At Bondhead showed up and played, undeterred.

PHD Canada‘s executive vice-president and director client operations Fred Auchterlonie, and VP of client services Sandra Clark (pictured) even sought to brighten the gray mood with a little colour.

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