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It's your round

Burhill Golf Club, Walton on Thames, Surrey. Wednesday 14 September

Golfers will gather at Burhill Golf Club in Surrey next month for the fifth NCE Charity Golf Masters to raise money for disaster relief charity RedR/IHE.

This year will be a particularly special event as it will help to celebrate the charity's Silver Jubilee and hopefully beat last year's £12,000 record donation.

Firms from across construction have already signed up teams to take on this late summer challenge around one of the finest parkland courses in Surrey on Wednesday 14 September.

As in past years, the event will combine competitive golf and great networking day out with the chance to raise cash for RedR/IHE, the engineering charity that selects, trains and places engineers and healthcare professionals for relief work.

Over the last 25 years RedR/IHE has been at the heart of efforts to co-ordinate the engineering skills desperately needed in disaster relief all over the world, helping local communities to get back on their feet as fast as possible.

Most recently the Asian tsunami highlighted the power of its network to deliver emergency aid to disaster areas and continue work long after the media left.

The 2005 NCE Golf Masters will build on the success of past years. The cost for a four ball team remains at £1000, for which competitors can expect a great day out. This starts with breakfast before a round of golf in a stableford format, with the best two scores on each hole to count toward the overall team performance.

As well as team and individual honour, there will be prizes for the longest drive, nearest the pin and putting competitions. All competitors will receive shirts to mark the day plus balls - supplied as last year by ground specialist Miller Piling - and other gifts. The day is rounded off with a dinner and prize-giving.

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