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Last chance to enter Accountancy Age Masters Golf Tournament

Tomorrow is your last chance to enter the Accountancy Age Masters Golf Tournament, which culminates in a grand final at The Belfry - the venue of the 2001 Ryder Cup.

The competition is open to all financial professionals and you can find more details and enter on our special golf website at www.accountancyage.com/golf. The site can also be entered by clicking on the golf icon on the right-hand side of the AccountancyAge.com home page.

For the last two years, financial professionals have played and fought to win the title of Accountancy Age Master. Over 1000 people have entered the tournament and 2000’s looks to be the biggest and the best so far.

The competition is sponsored by NMB-Heller.

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