The Queensland Men’s and Women’s Champion of Champions is set to be a stand-alone event once again after six years played in conjunction with the Men’s and Women’s Stroke Play.
Golf Queensland is pleased to announce that the Queensland Men’s and Women’s Champion of Champions will be played over 36 holes at Pelican Waters, Sunshine Coast on Sunday, 14 October.
Eligibility is restricted to current male and female title holders of club and district events (affiliated by Golf Queensland), and select state championships, as per below, at the close of entries on 3rd October.
Golf Queensland’s Golf Operations Manager Luke Bates said he anticipates strong interest from Queensland club members for the revitalised championship.
“We invite all Queensland golf clubs and districts to encourage their male and female club champions to participate in the state championship,” said Mr Bates.
“With over 230 golf clubs and 18 districts, the tournament is a fantastic opportunity for club champions to play against the best of the best in Queensland, and ultimately determine the state’s 2018 Men’s and Women’s Champion of Champions.”
In addition to prizes on the day, the overall men’s and women’s gross and nett champions will be presented with a spot in the Isuzu Queensland Open Pro-Am during tournament week of 1 – 4 November at The Brisbane Golf Club, with travel assistance provided based on winners’ locations.
“The event offers a unique opportunity for players to experience all levels of competition from club, to state, and within a professional environment at the Isuzu Queensland Open,” Mr Bates concludes.
HOW TO ENTER – Entry will be via online registration on mitournament, or you can visit the event page. Players will need to state their club, district or state title. Should details be incorrect, the player will be withdrawn from the competition and their entry fee refunded.
The championship is open to all male and female amateurs who meet the eligibility criteria outlined in the Conditions of Competition section 1.3.1, and the following events.
A) The male or female champion of one of the following bodies
• Golf club affiliated with Golf Queensland,
• District Golf Association affiliated with Golf Queensland, or
B) The following State events:
• Queensland Men’s Stroke Play Championship
• Queensland Women’s Stroke Play Championship
• Queensland Men’s Amateur Championship
• Queensland Women’s Amateur Championship
• Queensland Junior Boys' Championship
• Queensland Junior Girl's' Championship
• Queensland Indigenous Championship
• Queensland Women's Senior Amateur
• Queensland Men's Senior Amateur
• Queensland Men’s Sand Green Championship
• Queensland Women’s Sand Green Championship
• Queensland Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship
• Queensland Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship
• Queensland Men’s Country Championship
• Queensland Women’s Country Championship
The entry fee for the championship is $120 which includes a motorised cart for 36 holes, lunch and range balls.
Entries close Wednesday 3rd October 2018 at 5pm.