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Teeing up for annual golfing event this July

16/05/2016 10:27:42 | Ian Hunter

Preparation for the next International Schools Heads Masters Golf Tournament is underway.

Each year the event grows and spreads to new countries, including Qatar in 2016.

This year’s event will be held on Tuesday 19th July and Wednesday 20th July at the Vale Resort, Glamorgan in Wales and is open to male and female Heads, Principals, Directors and Senior Managers of all abilities. Come for either day or both to fit in with your summer plans.

The annual tournament is a great opportunity to play golf on a world-class course and to socialise with other school managers from schools all over the world.

The four companies sponsoring this year's event are: WCBS International, TIC Recruitment, ISC Research and Warwick Mann International.

On the first day we have booked tee times from midday for a fun practice round on the National Course complete with bacon roll, tea and coffee.

The main competition takes place on the second day and will also be played on the National Course. We will go out in fours and scoring will be based on the Stableford system. A range of prizes will be awarded during the presentation dinner in the evening, including team prizes, nearest-the-pin, longest drive and many more.

Remember, you do not need to be a professional golfer to attend, the aim of the day is to be an enjoyable, informal event, in fact, the worse you are the more you will fit in with the rest of us!

If you are a Head, Principal, Director or Senior Manager of an international school and are interested in joining us, click here to download the booking form to reserve your place.

For more information, please email headsgolf@gmail.com.

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