Magenta Shores CC, March 29-31, 2024

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2024 NSW Open Golf Qualifying Events Now Open

The NSW Open Golf Regional Qualifying Series for Women is a set of six 36-hole tournaments in regional NSW that offer the top two placegetters at each the opportunity to compete in the 2024 Women’s NSW Open Championship at Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club

The series kicks off in early Novmeber, 2023 and will culminate in Mid March at Narrabri

With a $50,000 purse on offer at each (professionals only), the top two placegetters (professional or amateur) at each tournament will also secure a start in the co-sanctioned ( Ladies European Tour and WPGA Tour of Australasia) Championship.

Entries for amateur golfers are now open. If you are a female player with a GA handicap of 4.4 or less, you are eligible.

Entries for all professionals are handled by the WPGA and you are encouraged to enter via their website at:

The first two tournaments have already seen four players qualify for the Women’s NSW Open at Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club on March 29th – 31st, 2024.

The four successful players at the opening two tournaments were:

  • Rachel Lee (a) (Winner at Mollymook Golf Club)
  • Chizuru Ueda (Runner-up at Mollymook Golf Club)
  • Amy Taylor (Winner at Wagga Wagga Country Club)
  • Elmay Viking (Runner-up at Wagga Wagga Country Club)

The venues and dates for the next four tournaments in the series are:

(Entry details for each event are available by clicking on the links below:)

The format for each tournament is as follows: DAY 1 – Tournament Pro-Am (Compulsory for all competitors). DAY 2 – Tournament Round One – Random Draw + Tournament Pro-Am. DAY 3 – Tournament Round Two – Seeded Draw.

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to compete in the 2024 Women’s NSW Open Championship alongside some of the best players in the world.


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