Comline scores a hole-in-one with its second successful golf day

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John-Bennett_PRComline has hosted its second golf day, as it continues to establish the event in the UK aftermarket and build on its success.

The event at Woburn Golf Club was an opportunity for the distributor of Japanese, Korean and European car parts, to mingle with some of its customers who travelled across the country to play at one of the UK’s top 100 golf courses, including John and Louis O’Hanlon from National Auto Parts who travelled from Ireland to take part.

The day itself was a success as Peter Trimarco from T&S Motor Factors walked away with the accolade of Comline’s 2014 Champion Golfer, despite the fast course offering up a number of challenges and contending with typically unsettled British weather.

Malcolm Rosher, Sales and Marketing Director at Comline, said: “The Comline Golf Day is quickly establishing itself as a highly anticipated event on the aftermarket calendar.

“Woburn is a truly first class venue and our guests are treated to a day’s golf that they simply won’t forget. From our perspective it’s fantastic to bring together friends of Comline for such an event and further strengthen these important relationships.”

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