Next Wednesday, the E-Z-GO PGA Legends Tour will be heading to the Sapphire Coast for the second consecutive year.
Following on from a successful week in Fiji, the South Coast swing of events will tee off at Bermagui attracting some 60 Senior Professionals including Rodger Davis, Mike Harwood and Senior Tour Rookie Steve Conran.
From there the Tour will move to the Catalina Country Club in Batemans Bay for two great days of competition. With a prize purse of $25,000 up for grabs a strong field of 66 players will gather to contest the title. Having won the 2014 and 2015 Legends Pro-Am of the Year it has fast become one of the most popular stops on the E-Z-GO PGA Legend Tour thanks to the great hospitality and organisation of the Club.
Kiama and St Georges Basin, off the South Coast will then be the next two destinations before the players head to Sydney in November starting at Killara, one of the most interesting one-day events on the schedule.
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