You could be teeing it up in paradise at Hamilton Island Golf Club, via a round of golf at Sanctuary Cove thanks to the ‘Path to Paradise.’
Hamilton Island Golf Club is a bucket list destination for all keen golfers with the Peter Thomson designed layout said to be challenging yet breath taking.
Housed on its very own island, Dent Island, the course takes full advantage of Mother Nature’s work both in its challenges and spectacular views of the surrounding Whitsunday Islands and Coral Sea.
Home to the PGA Professionals Championship, the Hamilton Island Amateur Golf Championship is played concurrently from 18-19 November which truly offers a golfing paradise.
Included in the week of golf is...
- Sunday 18 November: practice round at Hamilton Island GC
- Monday 19 November: pro-am playing alongside a leading Vocational PGA Professional and welcome function
- Tuesday 20 – Wednesday 21 November: Hamilton Island Amateur Golf Championship rounds and lunch
- Thursday 22 November: seafood lunch whilst watching the pros battle it out in the final round of the PGA Professionals Championship and presentation dinner
With a limited field of players accepted into the Hamilton Island Amateur Golf Championship, a playing position has become hot property over the past six years with a waiting list now in effect.
The PGA of Australia is proud to make the very last positions in the 2018 Hamilton Island Amateur Championship available via the ‘Path to Paradise’.
Entries are currently open to compete in the ‘Path to Paradise’ which includes a round of golf with a cart and lunch at The Palms, Sanctuary Cove for an entry fee of $88pp.
The triumphant team will win entry into the Hamilton Island Amateur Golf Championship, flights and accommodation.
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