Ernie Els
Ernie Els

IMG, owner and promoter of the Australian Masters, today announced that four-time Major Champion Ernie Els will return to Melbourne to play in the 2015 Australian Masters at Huntingdale Golf Club from 19-22 November.

Els has a great affinity for the Melbourne sandbelt, having won three consecutive Heineken Classics (2002-2004) at Royal Melbourne, where he was also an integral part of the International Team that won the 1998 Presidents Cup.

Els will be looking to go one better at this year’s Australian Masters after finishing runner-up to Craig Parry at Huntingdale back in 1994.

“I have many great memories of Australia and the Melbourne Sandbelt has always been one of my favourite places to play.  I am looking forward to getting back to Huntingdale and finishing off the year strongly,” said Els.

The Minister for Tourism and Major Events and Minister for Sport, Hon John Eren welcomed the announcement;

“The Victorian Government is delighted to continue its partnership with the Australian Masters and have one of golf’s greatest champions back to Melbourne.

“We welcome sports fans across Victoria, and around the world, back to Huntingdale on our renowned Sandbelt.”

David Rollo, Vice President-Director of Golf IMG Australia and New Zealand added;

“Ernie Els is one of the icons of the modern game and we are excited to welcome him back to Melbourne.”

The Australian Masters will be sanctioned by the PGA Tour of Australasia and broadcast on the Seven Network across Australia for five hours on each of the four days.

Tickets will go on sale on Monday 21st September through Ticketmaster and the tournament will again provide free entry for children under the age of 16 accompanied by a paying adult.  Please refer to www.australianmasters.com.au for ticket and general event information.

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