Now in its 26th year, The Golf Classic continues to offer golfers the chance to play golf in their region, meet new people and forge new business contacts. The event is a ‘must’ for the hundreds of players who take part each year.
The team is offering giveaways, prizes and half price entry for teams who introduce new entrants to the tournament, plus more chances to win a place in the Grand Final this year!
This year’s competition is not to be missed. With only five knockout rounds to play, entrants have an even better chance of reaching the Grand Final, which in 2018 is to be held at the renowned Slaley Hall in Northumberland. The resort’s Hunting Course is a European Tour venue and is known as the ‘Augusta of the North’. Situated in glorious countryside, Slaley Hall is a beautiful Edwardian mansion that offers the perfect setting for finalists to enjoy free golf, gala dinner, prize-giving and overnight stay.
More opportunities to win
For this year, there will be spot prizes in each round. These will include branded golf balls, caps and umbrellas and even the chance to take part in the final for lucky losers. We are also offering half price entry for teams that introduce new teams to the tournament. Keep an eye on Twitter and Facebook for more news and more ways to win!
Easy to enter
Two-player teams compete alternately at home or away venues regionally with green fees being shared. The Golf Classic team handles the admin. and matching, leaving players to enjoy their golf. The tournament is open to those employed within the UK Mainland construction industry, with entry costing just £44 per team. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 01892 752300 or visit www.thegolfclassic.co.uk to enter online.
Entries must arrive by 23 February and play tees-off in March 2018.
Marley Plumbing & Drainage has supported the tournament since its inception 26 years ago. The company is a leading manufacturer of above and below ground drainage products. The Golf Classic is also very grateful for the continuing support of the specialist UK construction press and media.