Confirmed dates for three Webex Players Series events
Although the men’s and women’s Australian Opens have been canceled for the second year in a row, the growth of the Players Series is a positive element for the Tour and its hopes for expansion in the years to come.
The introduction of the Webex Players Series and the golf showcase featuring some of our top male, female and junior talent was the highlight of last summer’s program and the Rosebud Country Club and Bonnie Doon Golf Club are returning. as host sites in 2022.
TPS Victoria presented by Webex by Cisco, which will again be hosted by 2006 US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy, will run from February 3-6 while TPS Sydney presented by Webex by Cisco and hosted by legend of the NRL Braith Anasta will take place from March 3-6. .
“The Webex Players Series is a concept that we believe can be the cornerstone of the Australian golf summer and we are excited to return to Rosebud Country Club and Bonnie Doon Golf Club. ” – Nick Dastey.
The TPS Hunter Valley debut hosted by Jan Stephenson and Peter O’Malley will follow a week later at Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort Hunter in Pokolbin.
“The Webex Player Series is a concept that we believe can be the cornerstone of the Australian golf summer and we are excited to return to Rosebud Country Club and Bonnie Doon Golf Club in early 2022,” said the Tournament Director of the PGA of Australia. Australasia, Nick Dastey.
“Brad Kennedy’s shot in the 72nd hole to defeat Su Oh and Elvis Smylie at Rosebud last year brought everything we hoped the Players Series could come to the fore in the very first event.
“At Bonnie Doon we saw the excitement of Sydney local Stephanie Kyriacou leading after day one and then Andrew Martin tying a world record of four eagles in one lap en route to victory on Sunday.
“Rosebud and Bonnie Doon turned out to be wonderful tournament venues last year and we’re sure the events of 2022 will be just as exciting.”
The addition of TPS Hunter Valley from March 10-13 not only provides an additional gaming opportunity for WPGA Tour members, but also recognizes one of the region’s biggest sports exports.
“Jan came out of the Hunter Valley region to be one of the most successful golfers this country has ever produced, so it’s only fitting that she is associated with TPS Hunter Valley,” said Karen Lunn, WPGA Tour CEO, co-host Jan Stephenson. .
“This is another opportunity for our players to show their talents alongside the boys and as we saw last season I’m sure there will be new names that Australian golf fans will see emerge all over. throughout the series.
“We have seen wonderful performances from many of our players on the international stage throughout 2021 and I am sure Australian golf fans will enjoy the chance to watch them in person at Rosebud, Bonnie Doon and Cypress Lakes. “
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