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Unisys Help The Aged Club Challenge
 

THE HELP THE AGED UNISYS CLUB CHALLENGE:
ARE THERE ANY TIGERS HIDING
IN YOUR CLUB'S WOODS?

 


Help the Aged is inviting clubs from around Britain to sign up their members for the largest charity golf championship in the country. The Help the Aged Unisys Club Championship is a national event, attracting entries from over 360 clubs. The Championship, now in its twelfth year, culminates in a national final at The Belfry, home of the 2001 Ryder Cup, in September 2000.

The Championship provides a challenging way for golfers to raise money for older people in the United Kingdom. The continuing support of Unisys, the Championship's sponsors, has helped this tournament raise nearly £400,000 to date. Golf clubs across the country will be running qualifying competitions, in a format of their own choice, between now and 16th July 2000. Clubs in the past have organized either an individual competition or have combined the event with an existing monthly medal. The winner of each club competition goes forward to one of eight prestigious regional finals culminating in the national final at The Belfry on 19th September.

The regional finals will take place during July and August at the following clubs, which have been carefully chosen for their excellent courses, locations and entertainment facilities:

July
26 Marriott St Pierre
August
2 Hawkstone Park
8 The Hertfordshire
10 East Sussex National
15 Marriott Holls Hall
21 Blairgowrie
24 Marriott Forest of Arden
31 Royal Lytham & St Annes

Golf Clubs wishing to register for the Championship should contact Kath Ellis at Help the Aged, Events Department on 020 7253 2926.