Following the success of last year’s inaugural Masters, this year’s competition will again be sponsored by business finance specialist NMB-Heller.
It features qualifying rounds, played under matchplay rules, followed by a series of regional finals to be held throughout June.
The Grand Final will be held at the prestigious Belfry, where the overall winner will claim the much sought-after Accountancy Age Masters jacket.
The six regional finals will be held on: 7 June at Slaley Hall, Hexham; 8 June at Mere Golf & Country Club in Knutsford; 15 June at St Pierre Park, Chepstow; 22 June at Hever Golf Club; 27 June at Brocket Hall, Welwyn Garden City; and 28 June at Forest of Arden, Meriden, Warwickshire.
Finalists will enjoy two free nights of accommodation at the Belfry, including all meals and green fees.
All fully accredited accountants – or anyone taking their final exams – who has a registered maximum handicap of 24, for men, and 32, for ladies, will be entitled to enter.
The entry fee for the competition begins at £30 for a single entry, including VAT, with discounts for multiple entries. The closing date is 31 March.To reserve a place, call 0845 602 1072.
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