Australian PGA Championships 2019
The Australian PGA Championship is one of the PGA of Australia’s flagship events co-sanctioned by the European Tour and ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia.
The tournament honour roll features an incredible list of past champions, including Cameron Smith (2017-18), Harold Varner III (2016) Adam Scott (2013) Greg Chalmers (2011, 2014), Peter Senior (2010) and Geoff Ogilvy (2008).
There is so much to enjoy beyond the world class action on the course. From the popular marquees lining the 16th hole, to the family-friendly golf activities positioned around the resort, the PGA Champs will keep all spectators entertained.
Children and budding golfers can participate in the MyGolf Kids Carnival and meet their heroes; take part in behind-the-scenes tours; and even swing the clubs at the MyGolf hitting bays.
Additionally, fans can enjoy a range of gourmet food trucks lining the course, as well as roving entertainment.
The Australian PGA Championship will be #DoingItForJarrod during round two, with the tournament set to turn yellow to honour the memory of Jarrod Lyle.
Yellow Day encourages fans and professionals to wear a splash of yellow on Friday, 20 December in support of Jarrod’s Gift, which raises funds to support kids and their families living with cancer.
The Australian PGA Championship week also includes the Greg Norman Medal, the highest individual honour for our men and women professional golfers.
General admission to the Australian PGA Championship is $25. Children (aged 16 and under) get in free with a paying adult.
For more information, head to championship.pga.org.au.