Leading global channel services provider, Agilitas IT Solutions, hosted a TopGolf event for its top partners last week in Watford. Attendees at the inaugural event were treated to playing alongside one of the superstars of women’s golf, Georgia Hall, and trick shot World Champion, Geoff Swain.
Agilitas Brand Ambassador, Solheim Cup Winner and 2018 Women’s British Open Champion, Georgia Hall was attending the event in between her Ladies Professional Golf Association tour schedule, which continues in Shanghai on 17th October.
Commenting on the event, Georgia Hall explains: “It’s great to spend the evening with Agilitas and their valued partners. I am proud to be an ambassador for Agilitas, a company which always aims to become a leader in their field, and shares similar values to myself of hard work and dedication.”
Georgia also recently helped the European team win the Solheim Cup – the biennial golf tournament for women golfers from Europe and the United States – earlier this year, for the first time since 2013. Georgia not only defeated world number three Lexi Thompson in the final day singles, but also won all four of the games she played during the tournament.
Held at TopGolf in Watford on 10th October, the Agiligolf evening was kick-started into action with a trick shot demonstration by Geoff Swain, and Georgia Hall sharing some of her most memorable golf experiences and achievements to date. Attendees were then split into teams, who competed against each other, and were able to use ‘Wild Cards’ to have either Georgia or Geoff play to help boost their scores. The evening ended with an awards presentation, rewarding standout performances and improvements from the players.
Following the evening, Shaun Lynn, Agilitas CEO, commented: “This is an event we have been looking forward to for a long time, we are glad that everyone enjoyed it. We could not ask for greater brand ambassadors than Georgia and Geoff and we are all proud of their accomplishments. Both Agilitas and our valued partners look forward to supporting Georgia over the coming matches as she continues to become a leader in her field.”