Time is running out for golfing accountants to enter the Accountancy Age Masters 1999 tournament.
More than 200 golfers have already signed up for the competition, sponsored by NMB-Heller, but there are still two weeks left for others to join in.
‘Last year’s competition brought together accountants from all over the UK. It is a fantastic opportunity for people to get together, and I am sure this year’s competition will be another resounding success,’ said Accountancy Age editor Douglas Broom.
For just #30 (VAT inclusive), those with a maximum handicap of 24 for men or 32 for ladies can play for the chance of winning the coveted Accountancy Age Masters jacket.
Regional finals will be held across the UK in June, with the final held at the famous Forest of Arden course, home of the British Masters.
For enrolment details call 07000 GOLF99 (4653 99) before 5 March.
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