Corporate IT Golf Day.
An opportunity to, typically, _pay_ to hang around with a bunch of IT sales people, IT business managers and other assorted mouthy freakoids who are convinced the sun shines out of their ears and a psychological need to share that glow with someone (anyone) else. Fun games includes chasing after a little white ball with a five foot club for ten miles, guessing who has the biggest ego in the room (other than yourself), watching people get stuff they don’t need while they get drunk and listen to boring stories about IT by people who don’t actually understand what they are talking about.
Huzzah, what a great day out.
Note that the Charity Golf Day is hypocrisy on a mammoth scale. If you want to give money to charity, then just do that. You don’t need an event to make you feel good about it.
When invited I always find that I have to wash my patch cables that day.