Japan Society Golf Tournament

I’m not interested in playing golf but you might….

Thursday, 2nd June 2011

Old Thorns Golf & Country Estate
Griggs Green
Liphook
Hampshire
GU30 7PE

£65 for Japan Society members
Please make cheques payable to “The Japan Society”

8.30am – Registration. Hot drinks and bacon rolls.
9.30am – Tee off. 1st & 10th tees are reserved until 10.30am
(half way house refreshments provided)
2.15pm – Two course lunch in private room.

The Japan Society Annual Golf Tournament, for the Asprey and Garrard Plate, will be held this year at The Old Thorns Golf & Country Estate, Hampshire. Set amidst the rolling hills of the North Hampshire countryside the par 72 championship course has an illustrious history with names such as Seve Ballesteros, Jack Nicklaus, Isao Aoki and Bill Rogers having played a competitive four ball there.

The society’s annual tournament is a popular event, with 24 members participating last year at Donnington Grove. A maximum of 32 players will be accepted on a first come first serve basis and members are welcome to bring friends and colleagues. Tee off will be from the 1st and 10th Tees commencing 9.30am.

A light breakfast will be provided from 8.30am and the package includes 18-holes of golf and a two course lunch in a private room on completion. The all-in price for the day is £65.

We are very grateful to our sponsors Intralink for their kind support.
Intralink develops and implements market strategies for companies targeting Japan, China, Taiwan and Korea.

More detailed instructions, including directions and timings will be sent nearer the date.

To enter, please complete the form below providing details of your handicap. Cheques should be made payable to “The Japan Society” and enclosed with your entry form.

Please contact The Japan Society on tel: 020 7828 6330 or email:events@japansociety.org.uk for further information

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