Date: January 21, 2013

Ramsay McMaster Golf Day



Ramsay McMaster was recognised as one of the leading authorities in the world on golf specific training. Just over a year since he passed away suddenly, the first McMaster Memorial Golf Day will be held at Victoria Golf Club on Friday, February 1 2013.

Recognising his contribution to Australian Golf, benefits from the golf day will provide assistance to junior golf and the programs he was involved in and passionate about, education for his children, and two families within the golfing community who were friends and colleagues of Ramsay that have recently been affected by cancer.

McMaster worked for more than 20 years with thousands of golfers worldwide to better prepare their bodies for golf and established the world renowned Melbourne Golf Injury Clinic. Regularly presenting at golf science and PGA summits around the world, he was an honorary member of the Australian PGA, who have set up a professional development scholarship in Ramsay’s name.

Close friend Ryan Lumsden said "as well as the contribution Ramsay made through his work, he brought in significant support and funding to the programs he was involved in and helped align players with sponsors. He always said you have to put back into the game and holding the golf day is a way of doing this in the same fashion as Ramsay would with proceeds being held in trust for these and future initiatives"



The day begins with a light lunch, followed by a 1.00pm shotgun start playing for the Tam MacSpoon Cup at Victoria Golf Club. There will be fantastic prizes and unique auction items as part of dinner in the evening following golf.



To register a group of 4 players or for further information about the Ramsay McMaster Memorial Golf Day contact Stephanie at Golf Australia on (03) 9626 5000 or by emailing