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Sunningdale and All England Club to provide autumn highlight for CMAE England members

1.15pm 14th October 2021 - Management Topics

The Club Managers’ Association of Europe’s England Region (CMAE England) has turned to two of the UK’s most prestigious sporting venues to stage two of its most significant membership events this autumn.

The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club will hold the organisation’s Annual Dinner on November 24, while Sunningdale Golf Club will stage a golf day for CMAE England members on November 29.

Famous worldwide for hosting the Wimbledon Championships every summer, the only Grand Slam tennis event still held on grass,the AELTC offers sensational service, high-quality food and a luxurious atmosphere that matches the importance of the event.

The evening will commence with a drinks reception providing the opportunity to meet up with old friends and industry colleagues as well as connect with new. Then, a three-course dinner in the Courtside Room. 

Five days later, CMAE England will host a members-only golf day at Sunningdale Golf Club, one of the most prestigious golf clubs in Europe. The event will consist of a light breakfast and 18 Holes on the Old Course. Upon return, members will join non-golfing members for a three-course lunch and networking.

Tristan Hall CCM, Managing Director at Sunningdale Golf Club and chairman of CMAE England, said: “We are excited to be hosting these two events in November as we return to our normal schedule of events for both members and guests. The AETLC is an absolutely stunning venue and will provide the perfect location for the Annual Dinner. The golf day at Sunningdale will also prove a great opportunity for networking to happen.”

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