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"Seniors Golf" is the biggest growth area in the game in recent years and Golf Queensland is continually attempting to provide more events for this group of golfers. Some of the key events for seniors include:
Queensland Senior Club Teams Challenge
After being trialled as a pilot event in 2006, the event runs April to September and features teams of eight playing four Scratch single matches and two handicap Fourball Matches, all in Matchplay format. All players must be 55 years and over and two must be 60 years and Over. Matches are played on a home and away basis. To enter the Queensland Senior Club Teams Challenge or get more information on the event call Golf Queensland on (07) 3252 8155.
Queensland Senior Amateur Championship
The Queensland Senior Amateur Championship is open for amateur golfers aged 55 years and over. The three-day Championship is played over 54 holes of stroke play. A Club Teams Event is also in conjunction with teams comprising of four players from the same club. The aggregate of the three best scores from each day of the Championship will count towards the team’s 54 hole total. To find out more CLICK HERE to visit the Tournament page.
Walking Stick Challenge
The inaugural "Walking Stick Challenge" was played in conjunction with the 2005 Victorian Senior Amateur Championship and was well received with teams competing from Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. The event is now open to all States and Territories and rotates between Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales, being held in conjunction with the State's Senior Amateur Championship on a rotational basis.
Golf Queensland v ADFGA Match
In 2004, the Australian Defence Force Golf Association approached the former Queensland Golf Union about initiating an annual match between the Association's National Team and a team selected to represent the Queensland Golf Union. The Golf Queensland team consists of 12 players - a number of these representatives being senior golfers. The annual ADFGA versus Golf Queensland match has proven to be very successful with camaraderie amongst all players second to none.
Jack Brown Shield
In co-operation with the PGA - Qld Division, Golf Queensland contest an annual match against a team from the PGA. Teams comprise of 10 players.
Australian Senior Golf Website
For further information about senior amateur golf, including National Senior Rankings, visit the Australian Senior golf website www.ausoom.com
For further information about senior golf please contact Golf Queensland on (07) 3252 8155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.