Come join us on the 1st of December at the Australian PGA Championship's first ever KIDS DAY!
Debutants Kenny and Belinda and their Dreamworld wildlife mates are finishing up their pre-tournament routines as they prepare to team up with you and your friends along with some of the tournament's golf stars during the inaugural #AusPGA Kids Day.
The #AusPGA Kids Day, which is set to kick off a jam packed week of fun down at RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast will run from 10am to 5pm, with kids getting the opportunity to enjoy a plethora of activities including interacting with the world's best golf players, hang out with Elsa from Frozen, Olaf and Dreamworld's Kenny and Belinda.
Some of the activities on offer include – player autograph signing sessions, a selfie stage, MyGolf hitting bays and golf lessons, face painting, jumping castle, prizes, Dreamworld wildlife, music and games and roving entertainment.
All attendees on this day will also receive a show bag to take home with loads of goodies.
#AusPGA Kids Day is a FREE event for kids aged 16 and under.
Registrations for school's to organise group visits are now open.
To find out more please contact the PGA on email@example.com.
The Australian PGA Championship will be played from 3-6 December at RACV Royal Pines Resort and tickets are now on sale.
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