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Dazzling. The shirts that is, not the golf, at this year’s annual Pink Tee Consortium cup held at the magnificent Royal Mougins Golf Club near Cannes yesterday.
Gebr Heinemann Chairman of the Advisory Board Harry Diehl, World Duty Free Managing Director Mark Riches, Scorpio Distributors Director Bruce McGuire and The Moodie Report Publisher Martin Moodie went out in a blaze of pink glory, their attire as bright and fruity as a rosé from Provence.
With their matching shirts, hair-styles and power games, McGuire and Moodie were too good on the day for the retail supremos, winning 3 and 2 after a brave Riches-inspired comeback on the back nine fell just short.
The rules are too complicated to explain here but the Pink Tee Consortium cup is the only event where the loser is the winner. “Ladies and babies,” as a certain German retail mastermind put it, “the Pink Tee is mine for another year.” And once again, the quite wunderbar man they call the real Diehl is in the pink.