Tenby Golf Club played host to an exclusive lunch event on Tuesday 21 November, dedicated to expressing heartfelt gratitude to its valued funders, developers, and the local tourism industry and businesses that have been instrumental in the club’s growth.
The event was graced by the presence of special guests, including representatives from Visit Wales, Visit Pembrokeshire, Ogi, Port of Milford Haven, Western Telegraph, Tenby Observer, Pure West Radio, Welsh Government, Pembrokeshire Lottery, Development Bank of Wales, W.B Griffiths & Son Ltd, Wales Golf, Janey Evers Interiors, Landsker Business Solutions Ltd, and Acanthus Architects, among other prominent figures.
Renowned Chef Duncan Barham took centre stage in The Links restaurant, weaving culinary magic to delight the taste buds of 33 guests. During the lunch, Nick Gregg, the Chair of Tenby Golf Club, shared captivating insights into the club’s redevelopment and its rich historical journey.
The event included a guided tour showcasing the club’s newly revamped facilities, including stylish 4-star guest rooms, a state-of-the-art Pro Shop, a versatile Club Room available for hire, and an upscale bar and lounge. This provided a unique opportunity to underscore that Tenby Golf Club is not only a haven for golf enthusiasts but is also open for business to everyone.
“We are thrilled to unveil the stunning transformations at Tenby Golf Club and express our gratitude to those who have played a crucial role in making this redevelopment a reality,” said Nick Gregg. “This event marks a milestone in our journey, and we are excited to welcome not only golf enthusiasts but a diverse audience seeking a premium experience in our newly enhanced facilities.”
The event concluded with expressions of gratitude to the guests for making the day extraordinary and a special acknowledgment to Chef Duncan Barham and the catering team for crafting a remarkable lunch experience.