Stuck for ideas this Father’s Day? Here are a few suggestions from the best stuff that has crossed Aussie Golfer’s desk in the past few months.
Tickets to Australia’s best golf tournaments
Tickets to the four big Australian golf tournaments scheduled for the 2013 summer are now on sale.
US Masters champion Adam Scott will be in the field for each event along with Rory McIlroy at the Australian Open in Sydney, Matt Kuchar at the Australian Masters in Melbourne and Rickie Fowler at the Australian PGA Championship on the Gold Coast. Not to mention the World Cup of Golf to also be playing at Royal Melbourne.
Australian PGA Championship tickets, November 7 – 10, Royal Pines GC, Gold Coast
Talisker Australian Masters tickets, November 14 – 17, Royal Melbourne
World Cup of Golf tickets, November 21 – 24, Royal Melbourne
Australian Open tickets, Nov 28 – Dec 1, Royal Sydney Golf Club
2013 US Masters DVD highlights
Adam Scott’s history making Masters victory ranks as one of the best Australian sporting performances of all-time. Who wouldn’t want to watch this with the family on Sunday afternoon?
World Cup of Golf tickets and travel packages
The World Cup of Golf is going to be the premier event of the summer (Royal Melbourne Golf Club, November 18-24, 2013) Tournament promoter, IMG, announced the launch of two- and four-night travel packages for fans interested in being a part of one of the most unique tournaments in all of golf.
The two-night package includes choice of Thursday/Friday or Saturday/Sunday admission to the tournament, return transfers to The Royal Melbourne Golf Club on days of attendance, as well as two nights’ accommodation at a selection of popular Melbourne hotels (extra nights available). The four-night package includes admission to all four days of the event and four nights’ accommodation.
More information on World Cup of Golf tickets and travel packages
Loudmouth have just released their new “Fancies range” that brings the Loudmouth noise to the shirts. If your Dad loves a loud shirt or just wants to draw a little more attention to his golf game, these shirts are for him.
“Amen” by Will Swanton and Brent Read
The story of Adam Scott’s journey to his success at Augusta National has been captured in a new book by journalists Will Swanton and Brent Read. “Amen” features exclusive interviews with Adam Scott, Scott’s father Phil, Greg Norman and every prominent Australian golfer from British Open champions Peter Thomson and Ian Baker-Finch to Masters runner-up Jack Newton, all of whom tried and failed at Augusta. Amen is the definitive story of how Adam Scott broke the biggest hex on Australian sport.