Korean golf day- 13th June 2019
As part of the Club's 150th Anniversary celebrations, a Golf Day was held for the Korean shipping community on Thursday 13th June 2019 at Sky72 Golf Course in Incheon, South Korea.
The day was hosted by Andrew Jones, Asia Pacific Regional Director, and the Club's Korean Underwriters, James Petrie and Matthew Bayman. Players came from the Club's significant Korean membership, together with participants from the broking community and the wider Korean market.
Afterwards, prizes were awarded over dinner for Best Score, Nearest the Pin, Longest Drive and "Most Golf". Thanks must go to H.S. Ku and J.H Kim of the Club's Representative in Korea, HS Corporation, for the preparations and arrangements on the day.
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