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NCE Charity Golf Masters 2009 - last chance to enter

The cream of the construction industry’s golfing talent will be doing battle next week in the 9th NCE Charity Golf Masters - and this is the last chance to enter

The event will once again be raising money for engineering disaster relief charity RedR, and this year takes place at Cuddington Golf Club in Surrey.

Cuddington is a gem of a course in Surrey, just a short distance from the Reigate turnoff on the southside of the M25 corridor. Formally opened on the 1st January 1929, the course was designed by H.S. Colt in conjunction with John Morrison and Messrs. Franks Harris Brothers. The course measures 6614 yards off the medal tees and demands a good level of golfing skill.

Teams of four are welcomed. Entry includes breakfast, 18 holes of golf, dinner and prizes. There is an overall team prize, prizes for longest drive, nearest the pin, nearest the pin in two, a putting competition and a charity raffle.

The event is sponsored by Balfour Beatty, Costain, Micro Drainage, Mott MacDonald and Parsons Brinckerhoff.

For more information, or to enter a team, email or call 020 7728 4543.

Roll of honour:

2002Aco Technologies
2004Burges Salmon
2005Parsons Brinckerhoff
2006Sinclair Knight Merz
2007NCE Sales
2008Sinclair Knight Merz


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