16- 19 March 2023
The 2022/23 NSW Regional Open Series is a series of six 36-hole tournaments across the State which will lead into the 2023 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 early January with the Western region Open at Dubbo Golf Club.
With a $50,000 purse on offer at each (professionals only), the top three placegetters (professional or amateur) at each tournament will also secure a start in the 2023 Play Today NSW Open in March 2023.
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
The Murray Open: Murray Downs G&CC 5 – 7 Sept 2022
Tweed Coast Open: Coolangatta-Tweed GC 21 – 23 Sept 2022
Muswellbrook Open: Muswellbrook GC 26 – 28 Sept 2022
Queanbeyan Open: Queanbeyan GC 2 – 4 Nov 2022
South Coast Open: Mollymook GC 12 – 14 Dec 2022
Western Open: Dubbo GC Sunday 8 – 10 Jan 2023
This year’s series will kick off with The Murray Regional Open at the impressive Murray Downs Golf & Country Club. Formalities will begin on September 5th with a pro-am followed by 36 holes of championship golf on the 6th and 7th. 2021 winner Matt Millar should be back to defend his title.
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.
The Upper Hunter Open is a new entry in the series and the first time in several years that an event of this level has visited Muswellbrook Golf Club.
Queanbeyan Golf Club will again host an event in 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.
The penultimate tournament in the series, The South Coast Open, has found a new home at the renowned Hilltop course of Mollymook Golf Club.
Dubbo Golf Club will be the setting for the last event of the 2022/23 NSW Regional Open Series. Located in the State’s central west. The demanding course proved itself worthy of hosting high-level pro golf and Daniel Gale will be back to defend his crown.
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