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Get ready to tee off for the 1999 Peter Pan Golf Tournament for a chance to play golf at some of the country's top championship courses and raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.

Every golf club in the UK is being invited to participate. The entry fee is just £2.00 per player and the ultimate prize will be the opportunity to play at the International Final at Dublin's "K" Club, the venue of the 2005 Ryder Cup.

The competition, which is supported by the world's number on women's player, Laura Davis, is open to all golf club members over the age of 18 participating in their Club's nominated Medal or Stableford competition. Each player, who wins the Ladies, Gents or Seniors (over 55 years old) section of either of these competitions, will be invited to one of eight regional finals.

Regional winners will go on to represent their country in Dublin on 4-5th October 1999. All finalists will receive fee flights to Dublin, 2 nights accommodation, plus a gala dinner and the chance to win lots of prizes.

Companies can also take part in a separate competition - the 1999 Peter Pan Corporate Challenge. Company teams of four are also being invited to the eight regional finals. Winners from these will also go on to the International Final in October.

The Peter Pan Golf tournament, which is now in its 4th year, was devised by Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital and has become the world's biggest amateur golf event. It is named after one of Great Ormond Street's most treasured gifts, the copyright to Sir J.M. Barrie's famous play.

For an information pack and details on how you and your club can enter, contact Tournament Fundraiser, Chris Lacey, Tel: 01534 619323.