May 1, 2012
Golf on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula is arguably among the best in Australia. With some of the most challenging courses, breathtaking views and the friendly, laid-back atmosphere, you simply cannot beat the Mornington Peninsula for a great golf getaway.
Each year, Mornington Peninsula Golf Tourism, in conjunction with Tourism Victoria and MorningtonPeninsula Shire holds an impressive 3-day, 54-hole golf tournament on some of the area’s favourite courses. The tournament showcases all that the Mornington Peninsula has to offer and reinforces the region as “Australia’s Number One Golf Destination”
The third annual Mornington Peninsula 54-hole golf tournament has been scheduled for 1-3 May, 2012. The first two days will be held at the Portsea Golf Club, a links course adjoining Pt. Nepean National Park and the RACV Cape Schanck Resort. Cape Schanck is a traditional course, designed by American Robert Trent Jones Jnr. providing spectacular views over Bass Strait and adjoining The National Golf Club, where 2 of their 3 courses will be used for the final day. The National’s 3 courses are currently ranked 8, 14 and 46 in Australia and will provide a spectacular conclusion to this wonderful event.
Entry price of $315 includes Welcome Party at 5pm on Mon 30th April at RACV Cape Schanck Resort, Lunch each day including the Presentation Lunch at The National Golf Club, 3 Days golf, daily & overall prizes, show bag with Tournament souvenir along with various offerings of the Mornington Peninsula.