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Play a round for RedR

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GOLFERS ARE once again asked to forsake construction for the fairway to raise cash for engineering disaster relief charity RedR.

The NCE Masters Golf event is taking place on Thursday 19 September at Old Thorns Golf and Country Club in Liphook, Hampshire. It is hoped the tournament will net even more than the £3,000 raised a year ago for this important charity.

Last year's inaugural event attracted over 60 golfers to a friendly yet highly competitive day's play. It was won by the team from Bristol-based legal firm Bevan Ashford. A similar format will be followed for this year's competition, with teams of four competing in a stableford score based challenge.

As last year, entering a four person team will cost £1,000, which will include breakfast, 18 holes of competitive golf on a top class course, hire of a two buggies and dinner.

The event will provide a whole day's relaxed entertainment, ideal for rewarding staff and wooing clients. The main competition will be flanked by special events including a 'beat the pro' driving contest, 'nearest the pin' shoot out, a golf clinic - in case your game needs it - with dinner and prize giving to finish.

Additional sponsorship opportunities are also available including hole sponsorship and course banners. All profits raised will go directly to RedR, which co-ordinates and trains engineers for disaster relief all over the world. More teams will mean more cash.

INFOPLUS Booking forms for the NCE Masters Golf are now available from event organiser Chris Hoare on (01403) 753869 or email chrishoare@quista. net.

He also has details of sponsorship opportunities.

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