The Australian PGA Championship is back in 2022. The biggest tournament in Australian golf will be held between 24 – 27 November 2022; save the date. The venue is Royal Queensland Golf Club in Brisbane. The golf tournament is co-sanctioned by the ISPS Handa PGA Tour of Australasia and the European Tour. The first time the PGA event was played at Royal Queensland was in 2000 when Robert Allenby won by one stroke at -13 under par to runner-up Steven Conran. Witness the biggest Australian golf tournament in sunny Brisbane with a customised golf package and PGA Championship tickets.
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The Royal Queensland Golf Club was founded in 1920 and eventually given royal patronage by King George V. The course was designed by three-time Australian Open winner Carnegie Clark, but was redesigned in 2007 by Michael Clayton. Just a 10-minute drive from Brisbane's CBD, the golf club is a prime tournament venue with location, space and championship quality. It has hosted the Australian Open golf tournament in 1947, 1966 and 1973. Clayton's redesign in 2007 focused on the greens and bunkers which have a Sandbelt influence from the famous Melbourne region.
The Australian PGA Tournament has been played as stroke play since 1946. The 72-hole tournament plays over four days from Thursday to Sunday, with 18-holes per day. The starting field is 156 players for the first two days. On the third day, the leading 65 players make the cut, plus whoever is tied for 65th place. If more than 78 players make the 36-hole cut, a subsequent cut will be made after round 3 to the leading 72 players. To win in a stroke-play format, golfers must count how many aggregate strokes they have over the four-day period, with the fewest being the winner. In the event of a tie after 72 holes, the winners go to a play-off, then to sudden death.
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