BusinessCorporate FinanceWin a set of custom-made PING golf clubs!

Win a set of custom-made PING golf clubs!

We have teamed up with prestigious golf equipment manufacturer PING to offer readers a chance to win another fantastic prize.

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One lucky reader will win a set of custom-fit PING golf clubs and a bag worth over £2,500. There are also 50 runners-up prizes of PING Collection golf wear and accessories.

Pix-wood5458-100x100The first prize includes a trip to PING Europe’s head office in Gainsborough, where the winner will be measured and fitted for his or her clubs and given a guided tour of the golf factory before enjoying a complimentary round of golf over one of the two courses at the PING-owned Gainsborough Golf Club.

Pix-putter5459-100x100And winning the prize could even help you cut your handicap. PING has countless testimonials from golfers who have been fitted by the company’s team of expert fitters and have lowered their scores as a result.

To stand a chance of winning – alongside readers from sister titles Financial Director and Management Consultancy – send an email to ping@accountancyage.com including your:

  • name
  • job title
  • company
  • work phone number
  • email address.

Competition closes on 22 March 2002.

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