Zoopla’s annual golf tournament for agents tees off

Following the success of its earlier charity golf tournaments for those working in property, Zoopla has launched its 2014 event, once again in aid of The Prince’s Trust.

The 2014 ZPG Charity Classic will provide agents and developers from across the UK with a chance to compete this summer in one of four regional qualifying events at some of the UK’s most challenging courses.

The best players from each regional tournament will make it through to a grand final round at the world-famous Wentworth Golf Club in early September.

The winner of each regional event will be awarded a trophy along with associated bragging rights, and the overall winner will take home the much-coveted ZPG Charity Classic Cup as well as have the satisfaction of being named best golfer in UK residential property.

The regional qualifying tournaments are:

• May 21 at Royal Liverpool Golf Club

• June 12 at Manor House Golf Club

• June 17 at Woburn Golf Club

• July 1 at Walton Heath Golf Club

Places are limited to 60 per regional event, and whilst Zoopla will cover the full cost of each event, players will be asked to make a small donation to The Prince’s Trust.

Last year’s winner, Andrew Glover of Knight Frank, said: “A brilliantly organised event including both the qualifying rounds and the final. The course was fantastic and it was great to have Phil Spencer there.

“For me, it was a really great day out, not just for the golf but also to participate in helping to raise a significant amount for The Prince’s Trust. I look forward to defending my title this year.”

You can register (by March 31) by emailing golfclassic@zoopla.co.uk

The triumphant Andrew Glover is pictured with Zoopla commercial director Jon Notley and Phil Spencer

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