The Greg Norman Medal is Australian golf's most prestigious award presented to Australia's best male or female Tour Professional on the international stage each year. The winner is determined based on annual success across all Professional tours.
The evening is a celebration of Australian golf and sees members of the professional golf circuit, corporate world and golf community gather to celebrate the achievements of both Tournament and Vocational PGA Professionals.
2018 Greg Norman Medal
|Date||Tuesday 27th November 2018|
RACV Royal Pines Resort Ross Street|
Benowa, Queensland 4217
|Time||6:30pm, Pre-Dinner Drinks for 7:00pm start|
|Cost||$220 Inc GST per person, $2,000 Inc GST for a table of 10|
This package includes:
- Three course sit down meal
- Green carpet walk followed by pre-dinner drinks
- Premium beverages including wine, beer, sparkling wine and soft drinks followed by tea and coffee
- Greg Norman Medal gift and program
2017 Award Winners
Australian Club Professional of the Year
Matthew King – Wynnum Golf Club – Queensland
Australian Coach of the Year
Denis McDade – Yarra Bend Golf – Victoria
2016 PGA Coaching Achievement Award
Colin Swatton – Colin Swatton Golf – Queensland
Australian Club Manager of the Year
Stephen Hutchison – Twins Waters Golf Club – Queensland
Australian Teaching Professional of the Year
Christian Hamilton – Golf Australia and Golf Victoria – Victoria
Australian PGA Trainee of the Year
Ben Pisani – Indooroopilly Golf Club – Queensland
ALPG Player of the Year
Hannah Green – Western Australia
Legends Tour Player of the Year
Brad Burns – Queensland
ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia Player of the Year
Dimitrios Papadatos – New South Wales
Charlie Earp & Alex Mercer
Greg Norman Medal
Marc Leishman - Victoria
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