The 2016 season will see an exciting new chapter in the Holden Scramble's extensive history as it celebrates 25 years as Australia's best loved pro amateur teams' event, plus, see the one millionth player grace the fairways.
To mark this momentous year and to celebrate the one millionth participant, the PGA of Australia and Delta Air Lines will be giving away a trip of a lifetime to the lucky player and their three teammates.
Each player will receive return economy airfares flying Delta Air Lines to the United States, where they will be treated with inbound and outbound transfers, four nights accommodation (twin share) and tickets to the 2017 PGA Tour Championship by Coca Cola, the final event of the four-tournament FedEx Cup playoff.*
No one knows where the one millionth participant will come from, but there is only one way to be certain you're a contender – sign up to your nearest local Holden Scramble event today.
Headlines at a glance
- Blyth hangs tough to win in New Caledonia 24.09.2016
- Blyth wins the South Pacific Open in a playoff 24.09.2016
- Fiji International continues to lure top players 24.09.2016
- Friendly showdown set for South Pacific Open 23.09.2016
- BLOG: Matt Guyatt looking to go scuba diving 23.09.2016
- Who’s who at the Fiji International 23.09.2016
South Pacific Open
Blyth hangs tough to win in New Caledonia
It was a grinding day but Adam Blyth held on through 18 holes of regulation play and three extra playoff holes to win the South Pacific Open Champions...
Fiji International continues to lure top players
The Fiji International continues to lure the world's best Professionals as a bevy of world renowned players join the field for Fiji's biggest sporting...
South Pacific Open
Friendly showdown set for South Pacific Open
Ten years ago Jake McLeod wrote a school project about his sporting hero; fellow Yeppoon local Adam Blyth. Tomorrow the pair will go head-to-head to w...