The 2022 NSW Open Regional Amateur Qualifying Series is making a welcome return to the tournament calendar after COVID forced the cancellation of most of the schedule last year.
Now in its ninth year, the four-tournament series is an ideal opportunity for amateur golfers from across the country to secure their place in next year’s NSW Open at Concord Golf Club..
The Australian Golf Club’s Thomas Heaton made the most of the only qualifier able to be played last year, the Cessnock Cup, winning his way into the field at this year’s Championship.
In addition to the coveted invitations to the NSW Open, players aged over 50 also have an opportunity to qualify for the Lincoln Place NSW Men’s Senior Open, with the top two scores from qualifying competitors earning a spot to compete against the legends of Australian Professional golf at Thurgoona Country Club Resort.
16 May 2021: Forbes Open – Click HERE for Entry Details
19-20 June 2021: Rich River Open Amateur – Click HERE for Details
3-4 October 2021: Links Shellcove Open – Click HERE for Details
24 October 2021: Cessnock Cup (at Kurri Kurri GC) – Click HERE for Details
Players can take advantage of more than one opportunity to qualify, and are welcome to enter as many of the tournaments as they wish
Golf NSW Chief Operating Officer, Mr Graeme Phillipson said the regional qualifying series is a fantastic pathway for the best amateur players in the State to qualify for the NSW Open.
“The regional qualifying series is a great chance for an amateur, regardless of where they are based, to lock away their place in next year’s NSW Open.
“After being unable to play all but one of the tournaments last year due to COVID, it’s great to see them back on this year’s calendar.
The NSW Open Golf Championship is proudly supported by the NSW Government and Destination NSW and will be a key part of the 2022 Australian Summer of Golf.
For more information on the NSW Open, prize fund, venue, registration and all Amateur exemptions from qualifying, please CLICK HERE
Qualifying details for Golf Professionals can be found at: pga.org.au