The new contract will see Wells & Young’s wine division Cockburn & Campbell, wine merchants since 1796, provide wines, spirits and soft drinks to the three golf clubs and seven public pay-and-play centres, that make up BGL Golf.
The bars and restaurants of BGL Golf’s golf centres are open to both golfers and non-golfers alike and serve a vast array of bar snacks and main meals, while the three golf clubs – Redbourn and Aldwickbury Park in Hertfordshire, and the flagship venue of Burhill Golf Club, Surrey – all offer comfortable and relaxing environments for members and visitors to enjoy a post round drink, snack and fine dining.
Colin Mayes, BGL Chief Executive, said: “Every one of our venues, whether one of the public pay-and-play centres or the members clubs, offer the same high quality service and comfort to golfers and diners alike. As a group we align ourselves with the highest quality suppliers and the products and services of Wells and Young’s match the high quality of our facilities across the country.”
Tim Sprake, Director responsible for Wines & Spirits at Wells & Young’s added: “We are thrilled to be supplying the wine and sprits from our wine merchants Cockburn and Campbell to the superb facilities of BGL Golf.
“Our well known wine brands focus on quality and excellence and we feel this mirrors the courses and players present across the whole BGL Golf group. We look forward to players being able to reward themselves at the end of the day with a refreshing glass of El Coto De Rioja or TerraMater when they reach the 19thhole.”
BGL Golf www.bglcompany.co.uk
Wells & Young’s www.wellsandyoungs.co.uk.
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Caption: Colin Mayes (left), BGL Chief Executive and Well & Young’s Director Tim Sprake in the shadows of the impressive Burhill Golf Club clubhouse.
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