Billy, who is currently caddying for European and PGA Tour golfer Lee Westwood entertained the crowd of over 170, with his life on the tour, which is now in its 34th year.
One of the most respected caddies on tour, he told stories of times spent with some of the greats of the game including Tiger Woods, Seve and Darren Clarke.
Highlights included his times spent at the Ryder Cup, and that emotional day when he carried the bag of Darren Clarke just after he lost his wife to cancer. You could feel the emotion in Billy’s voice, and for Darren to split the fairway with tears in his eyes must have been such an amazing experience.
Justice cannot be done on paper to Billy’s impressions of Seve, and the fun and games he had with him, to hear from his own lips the story about Seve in the tress with only have a small gap to hit through just gets better and better.
Mark Jenkins, Head of Commercial said: “I would like to thank Laminate Worktops South West and RGB Building Supplies for their fantastic support in bringing Billy to the area. Billy is one of the best speakers I have heard and was enjoyed by everyone who attended”
Alby Cruse, branch manager of RGB Building Supplies said: “RGB were very pleased to be the joint main sponsor of the evening with Billy Foster.
“The whole evening allowed me to entertain some of my customers, the quality time my customers had with Billy before the main evening was something they hadn’t experienced before and was a very good idea.
“Massive credit to Exeter City FC for the way the evening ran. RGB and Exeter City working in conjunction put on a great time for the customers lucky enough to be invited to such a prestige event.
“Thank you to Mark and his team for the excellent hospitality and I am sure we will be happy to show our continued support to Exeter City FC in the future”
Stuart Shaw Managing Director of Laminate Worktops SW said: “It was great to see so many people there to support the evening, the food and service at Woodbury is always very good on top of that Billy Foster was very entertaining and everyone on my table thought it was an excellent night”