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A team of IFAs from Yorkshire-based JM Glendinning won the first annual golf tournament hosted by support services provider Threesixty.

Six regional teams competed for the title at The Belfry’s Brabazon course last week.

The winners of the four-ball (pictured below) consisted of Paul Glendinning, Craig Bradley, Richard Carr and Zurich’s Nick Henshaw.

Scottish Widows’ Keith Scott was Nearest the Pin while Jon James of Bristol-based IFA Grosvenor made the longest drive.

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