NSW Senior Open has received a significant boost with real estate fund manager, Lincoln Place becoming the naming rights sponsor for the Championship for 2018 and 2019.
The tournament, to be known as the Lincoln Place NSW Senior Open, will be played at Thurgoona Country Club, Albury, from 26-28 October 2018.
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Lincoln Place specialise in the creation, development, management, and operation of active retirement living villages, focusing on creating active communities and improving the environment.
Stuart Fraser, CEO of Golf NSW was thrilled to welcome Lincoln Place on board as the naming rights partner for the NSW Senior Open.
“Having Lincoln Place become the naming rights sponsor of the NSW Senior Open is a wonderful opportunity for us to ensure the tournament grows into one of the most important fixtures on the Australian senior golf calendar.
“The sponsorship is also the perfect opportunity for Lincoln Place to show to the wider golfing community how they can help many of our clubs.” Mr Fraser said.
Lincoln Place has been involved with golf in New South Wales since its inception. Its principals are long serving members of Sydney clubs and keen to share their enthusiasm for the sport.
Mr Steve Bowmaker, Business Development Manager for Lincoln Place, said the organisation is a keen supporter of the sport, and the NSW Senior Open Championship is an event they are proud to be associated with.
“We are delighted to be the naming rights sponsor of the Lincoln Place NSW Senior Open.
“This sponsorship supports our core business which is creating active retirement communities in conjunction with existing golf and country clubs.
“The Lincoln Place NSW Senior Open is not only an opportunity to watch some of the greats of Australian golf, but to showcase what we are about to people who want to be involved in active and engaged local communites.” Mr Bowmaker said.
The $100,000 Lincoln Place NSW Senior Open will take place at Thurgoona Country Club Resort, Albury, from October 26 – 28, 2018. Spectator entry is FREE.
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