Diary: Channel 4 golfers rule the fairways for Nabs

Last week, the Tyrrells Wood Golf Course in Surrey hosted a match of epic proportions. Think the Ryder Cup for advertising and media.

It was, in fact, the Nabs Ron Miller Golf Classic tournament where 20 teams from across the industry teed off for the coveted trophy as well as securing the organisation around £46,000 in the process.

The media boys triumphed on the day, with the Channel 4 team, captained by Geoff Riding, taking top spot, while ITV's team, including Michael Grade, came in third.

Rather fittingly the second place prize, a wine decanter, went to DDB London, whose team was fronted by the noted wine connoisseur Jeremy Craigen.

Last place went to Dare, who were bestowed with furry animal-themed golf club covers to keep their clubs warm in the cupboard until next year's tournament.