PracticeAccounting FirmsGreen dream: masters of swing head to Ireland

Green dream: masters of swing head to Ireland

UHY Hacker Young to represent profession in City Golf Championships after winning Accountancy Age Masters tournament

A team from UHY Hacker Young will represent the profession at this year’s
City Golf Championships in Ireland after winning last week’s Accountancy Age
Masters.

On a day that saw two holes in one at the Addington Golf Club in Croydon,
Marc Waterman, Rick Mitchell, Jeremy Lichenfeld and Stuart Russell tamed a tough
course to win.

As part of their prize they will travel to the Carton House Hotel & Golf
Club in County Kildare to battle other professionals for one of the biggest
prizes in corporate golf.

Individually, it was Alan Tomlinson of Tomlinsons and Alan Lovett of Baker
Tilly who grabbed the limelight after each hit a hole in one. Teams from
Deloitte and Lombard took second and third place.

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