The next stop in the Club Car Series is at beautiful Picton for the staging of the second Inghams Antill Park Pro-am.
On Friday, 58 players from 10 countries will be teeing it up at the Antill Park Country Golf Club in the Southern Highlands and will be vying for their slice of the $25,000 purse on offer.
Coffs Harbour’s Emma De Groot took out the inaugural Inghams Antill Park Pro-am in a playoff over American Esther Choe last year. Both players fired a five-under-par 66 on the par 71 layout. De Groot is back to defend her title but she will have some stiff competition.
Winner of the first event in 2014, BWAC Regional Employment and Community Services ALPG Pro-am, Joanna Klatten will be one to watch. Not only is the Frenchwoman already showing she is great form with her win, but she also finished just one shot out of the playoff last year at Antill Park.
Victorian Stacey Keating will be one to keep an eye on, the 2013 ALPG Order of Merit winner, will be teeing it up for the first time in 2014. Don’t discount Queenslanders Bree Arthur, Ashley Ona, Courtney Massey and New South Wales’ Sarah Kemp, all of whom played well in Yamba.
All eligible players will be looking for valuable points in the Club Car Series. The player with the greatest number of points at the conclusion of the Oates Victorian Open will take home a cheque for $6,500.
Along with the Club Car Series competition, the official ball of the ALPG, Volvik has a number of incentives for the leading rookie, leading ALPG domestic player and major tour player in the Series.
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