NSW Regional Open Series

Tournament Dates:

TBA: Pro-Am and Practice 
TBA: Murray Region Open Rd 1
TBA: Murray Region Open Rd 2

Sep 26: Pro-Am and Practice 
Sep 27: Sth Coast Open – Moruya Rd 1
Sep 28: Sth Coast Open – Moruya Rd 2

Sep 29: Pro-Am and Practice 
Sep 30: Queanbeyan Open Rd 1
Oct 1: Queanbeyan Open Rd 2

OCt 22: Dubbo Pro-Am and Practice
Oct 23: Dubbo Open Rd 1
Oct 24: Dubbo Open Rd 2

Nov 15: Tweed Pro-Am and Practice 
Nov 16: Tweed Coast Open Rd 1
Nov 17: Tweed Coast Open Rd 2

Dec 13: Coffs Hbr Pro-Am and Practice
Dec 14: North Coast Open Rd 1
Dec 15: North Coast Open  Rd 2

Tournament Contact:

For further info please contact:

Olivia Wilson
P: (02) 9505 9105
E: [email protected]

The NSW Regional Open Series is a series of six 36-hole tournaments across the State which will lead into the 2022 NSW Open Championship.

The NSW Regional Open Series is a series of six 36-hole tournaments across the State which will lead into the 2022 NSW Open Championship.

The series kicks off in early September with the Murray Open, hosted at the impressive Murray Downs Golf & Country Club and will culminate in mid-December with the time-honoured Geoff King Motors North Coast Open at Coffs Harbour Golf Club.

With a $50,000 purse on offer at each (professionals only), the top four placegetters (professional or amateur) at each tournament will also secure a start in the 2022 Golf Challenge NSW Open at the renowned Concord Golf Club in March 2022.

Rookie Professional Josh Armstrong was one player who took advantage of this year’s Regional Open Series, using his victory in February’s Murray Region Open to jump-start his career on the ISPS Handa PGA Tour of Australasia.

Entries for all professionals are handled by the PGA of Australia, while Amateurs can enter via the relevant links below.

With positions in the field limited, amateur order-of-entry will be determined by GA handicap.

Golf NSW will not handle entries from professionals. You are encouraged to entry via the pga website pga.org.au

Tournament Info:

Murray Region Open

Due the ongoing uncertainty of the COVID-19 Crisis across the State, Golf NSW in consultation with the PGA and the host course, has elected to postpone the Murray regional Open to a later date.

The Murray Region Open will be held at Murray Downs Golf & Country Club, just north of the border town of Swan Hill. Rated the number one golf course on the Murray River, and coming in at #47 on the list of Australia’s best courses, Murray Downs is a challenge par-72 layout that will test the game’s best players.

South Coast Open - Moruya

 Moruya Golf Club will host the inaugural South Coast Open.  Nestled in the heart of the Eurobodalla, The Par-71 course is regarded as one of the best courses on the Far South Coast of NSW.

Queanbeyan Open

Queanbeyan Open will host the penultimate event  of the NSW Regional Open Series. Host site of the 2019 Women’s NSW Open and a popular stop on the state’s Pro – AM circuit, the par 70 layout boasts some of the best greens in the ACT-Monaro region.

Dubbo Region Open

Dubbo Golf Club will be the setting for event four of the NSW Regional Open Series in October. Located in the State’s central west. The demanding course proved itself worthy of hosting high-level pro golf when Sweden’s Julia Engstrom lifted the Worrell’s Women’s NSW Open trophy in March, 2020.

Yeoval local Aaron Wilkin returned to his childhood home to lift the Dubbo Regional Open Trophy earlier this year and will be back to defend his crown

Tweed Coast Open

Coolangatta – Tweed Heads Golf Club, on the State’s northern border is no stranger to hosting professional golf events. Plenty of great golfers have played and won around here including Greg Norman, David Graham, Graham Marsh, Arnold Palmer, Bernhard Langer, Payne Stewart, Tom Kite and the great Norman Von Nida.

Geoff King Motors - North Coast Open

Coffs Harbour Golf Club will host the time -honoured North Coast Open. Dating back to the early 1950’s, the North Coast Open boasts an honour roll which includes some of the greats of Australian golf including Kel Nagle, Frank Phillips and Billy Dunk. South African Gary Player has also tasted victory in the North Coast Open.