After rain spoiled our plans to go in early April, a group of 12 RDT people made the most of a (rare in 2019 so far) dry and sunny May evening for a few rounds of crazy golf.
We went to Mr Mulligan’s in Tonbridge, which stayed open late for us, giving us sole access to the 18-hole venue for our visit after work. The well-designed course, which is has a dinosaur theme, has speakers everywhere so we could listen to music as we played.
As is always the case in these situations, one of the groups was more competitive than the others and there were lots of shouts of ‘hole-in-one!’ However for everyone’s benefit we’d agreed on a maximum seven-shot limit per hole.
Scores at the end of 18 holes ranged from 40 to 67, with Mr Mulligan’s regular Matt Tompkins crowned the champion and awarded a Dino Golf visor. However RDT’s CEO Mark Bates came a very close second! ?
After the ‘RDT Masters’ there was enough time for some to have a ‘speed’ round in pairs, with many people improving on their scores.
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