IGS UK Chapter members enjoyed a thrilling finale to their annual golf day.
After a close, competitive contest, Drew McCartney of Tensar and event organizer Andy Cracknell (pictured, of NAUE Geosynthetics) were tied. Competition rules meant that their shots on the final nine holes were counted, leading to Andy’s eventual victory by just one stroke.
A team from Tensar won the team competition, beating five other teams at the event in York, England, on September 3.
Andy said: “It was a really successful event, with good weather and even some sunshine as we played the 18 holes.
“Events like these play an important role in strengthening the chapter and relationships between its members. After such an unusual year, it was fantastic to see so many geosynthetics professionals face-to-face.”
For more information on IGS UK Chapter news and activities, visit www.igs-uk.org.