Have you ever wanted to come down the 72nd hole on Sunday afternoon of a professional golf tournament with a chance to win?
This is your chance to play alongside an ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia professional in the 2018 TX Civil & Logistics WA PGA Championship Road to the Outback Challenge.
The Road to the Outback Challenge presents the rare opportunity to walk the fairways on the final two days of the 2018 WA PGA Championship, played at the breathtaking Graham Marsh-designed Kalgoorlie Golf Course. The striking contrast of lush green grass with the famous red Goldfields terrain will make this an experience you’ll never forget.
Teamed with a leading Australian professional golfer, you’ll tee off in search of enough stableford points to put you in contention for several amazing prizes. If you’re good (or lucky) enough to hit a HOLE IN ONE, you could even win yourself a brand new SUBARU OUTBACK!
What: 2018 TX Civil & Logistics WA PGA Championship - Road to the Outback Challenge
When: Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th May 2018
- 36 holes of Stableford (teamed with a professional golfer) at the unique Kalgoorlie Golf Club
- Road to the Outback Players Pack valued at $300
- Invitations to the Player Draw Party on Friday night
- Saturday and Sunday post round hospitality in the main corporate marquee (celebrate your day's play with a cold beverage)
- Chance to win a Subaru Outback if you score a Hole in One
Individual packages start from $1,250.00* with additional accommodation packages also available.
Places in the field are limited so please contact Kim Felton to book or for more information on the details below.
WA/SA State Manager
PGA of Australia
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