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Enter now for NCE's Charity Masters golf

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the NCE Charity Masters golf tournament and the organisers are keen to attract keen players from within the construction industry to take part in the event at Hampton Court Palace Golf Club on 15 September.

The contest will once again raise cash for engineering disaster relief charity RedR and will see players compete for the coveted title on the tough but picturesque course in the grounds of Henry VIII’s most cherished home.

Teams are already lining up to battle for the Bell and Webster challenge trophy, which last year was won by recruitment consultant Matchtech. Other team and individual prizes will be up for grabs on the day.

So far Costain, Parsons Brinkerhoff, Balfour Beatty and Matchtech - ready to defend their title - have confirmed attendance with many other firms lined up to take part. With no upper limit on attendance, more teams are welcome.

However, this year to celebrate the 10th anniversary, the event has been opened up to individual entries who will be teamed up on the day and also compete for individual honours.

The event starts with breakfast in the clubhouse, then 18 holes of golf, putting competition and culminates with a networking and prize-giving dinner with entertainment.

For full details of the event, entry and sponsorship opportunities email

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