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    British Open Challenge 2018

     

    Join our very own British Open Challenge – Monday July 23rd 2018 - registration from 7am

    Just $89 per person | $40 for members* (excluding buggy)

    Each year the British Open draws some of the world’s best golfers to some of the world’s best golf courses – this year is no different with the annual event being held at Carnoustie Golf Links, Scotland.

    In honour of this world renowned event The Vines Resort & Country Club would like to invite you and your group to take part in our very own British Open Challenge.

    The format will be an Individual Stableford however a team prize will also be nominated for the best combined Stableford Scores in a group.*
     
    Entry includes:

    • 18 holes of golf on our Tournament Course teeing off on blue or red tees
    • Shared use of a motorised buggy*
    • A light pre game breakfast and barista coffee
    • A post game traditional British Lunch
    • The chance to win some great prizes
    • An entry into the draw to win a $500 Flight Centre Travel Voucher
    • Use of our online mobile scoring system

    Itinerary:
    7:00 – Registration and Breakfast
    8:15 – Golf Briefing
    8:30 – Shotgun Start
    2:00 Post Game Lunch, Presentations & Prize Draw
     
    Book now - email golfevents@vines.com.au to secure your place

    *Terms and Conditions: For official handicap players a maximum of 36 for men and 45 for ladies will apply as per Golf Australia. Official handicap players must provide their golf link number to be eligible for the main prize division. Non handicap players will be given a maximum of 18 for men and 36 for ladies and will be eligible for prizes in the social division. Member’s ticket price does not include a buggy. Members are welcome to bring their own buggy or a fee of $20 per person will apply. This is an amateur competition therefore pro’s cannot be eligible for any prizes. The team prize is determined by the top two Stableford Scores of a group for each hole.
     

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