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Get your team in now for NCE's Charity Golf Masters in aid of RedR

Entries are now being welcomed for NCE’s annual Charity Golf Masters in aid of engineering disaster relief charity RedR.

In 2001 New Civil Engineer launched the Charity Golf Masters as a fun way to raise money for engineering disaster relief charity RedR. Since then it has become an annual feature in the industry calendar, with market conditions, weather and work pressures ruling out just one event, in 2011. But it came back with a bang last year, with record money raised for RedR.

As a result, preparations are now well advanced for a late summer day on Thursday 3 October at the delightfully challenging, James Braid-designed course at Banstead Downs Golf Club. Views of the City and Canary Wharf are a welcome addition to a fine track which is a fair test of golfers of all capabilities.

We have maintained last year’s radically reduced entry of £500 for a four-man team to ensure a large turn-out. Again we also offer a range of prize and hole sponsorship opportunities to encourage you to support RedR to your maximum ability.

There are a range of prizes scheduled including the coveted NCE Golf Masters trophy for the winning team.

The more teams we have the more money we will be able to pass on to assist the vital work being carried out by RedR across the world.

As in the past, the day will start with breakfast and be followed by a round of golf in a stableford format with the best two scores on each hole to count. Dinner with prizes, a raffle and entertainment rounds off the day

So please book now!! It will be a great day, in support of a terrific cause.

For more information and to get a booking form, email or

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