Ever wanted to play on some of Australia’s greatest golf courses but couldn’t figure out how to get on board?
Or have you just wanted the perfect excuse to play a week of competition golf with your mates but struggled to find it?
Well, here’s the answer to both.
Royal Adelaide, The Grange, Glenelg, Flagstaff Hill and Vines at Reynella are all throwing open their doors for men and women for the Australian Masters Games in South Australia in October.
Entry is now open for the 15th staging of the event, with golf just one of 60 sports on offer throughout the week of October 4-9 in age blocks of 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69 and 70-plus.
Apart from meeting the minimum age requirement there is no qualifying standard, so players of all levels and abilities are welcome to compete in the event, run by Golf South Australia.
It’s also a great social occasion with the Airbnb Games Village indoors in the heart of the CBD at the Adelaide Convention Centre featuring great food, drinks and nightly entertainment.
You can enter now by visiting www.AustralianMastersGames.com to take advantage of special early-bird offers including reduced entry fees.