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Pro Golfers headed to the South Coast


The Ladbrokes PGA Legends Tour is South Coast bound with a number of two day golf tournaments taking place in the coming weeks.

Catalina Country Club is hosting their two day Catalina Legends Pro-Am on 26th – 27th October with a field of 60 Legends Professional Golfers playing for a share of $25,000 in prize money.

The likes of Legends players including Rodger Davis, Peter Senior, David Merriman and Michael Harwood will be teeing up against the defending 2016 winners Tim Elliott and Craig Warren.

Joining the Legends Professional Golfers will be Catalina Country Club’s members and amateur golfers who will also be in competitive spirits to enjoy two days of golf in the hopes of winning great prizes.

“Legends Pro-Am tournaments such as these are an important part of promoting the game of golf. The legends do a wonderful job of making the day memorable for the amateurs” said Peter Welden, Tournament Coordinator for the NSW/ACT of the PGA of Australia.”

“It’s more than just a competition for both Professionals and amateurs” added Peter.

“Pro-Am golf is an important part of growing golf in Australia and all the PGA Professionals look forward to going to the South Coast and playing alongside and sharing some of their knowledge with golf fans from the local area.”

The South Coast will also host Legends Pro-Ams at Mollymook Golf Course with the NSW PGA Senior Championship on 20th-21st October and Bermagui Country Club with Bermagui Legends Pro-Am on 23rd- 24th October.

For the full 2017 Ladbrokes PGA Legends Tour schedule visit the PGA Website.


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