Golf Australia

Australian Women's Amateur

14 - 19 January 2014
2014 Australian Amateur

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Click here to view the full Championship History, Honour Roll and Past Results

The Australian Women's Amateur Championship is contested over 36-holes stroke play qualifying, with the leading 32 players progressing to elimination match play. It is open to players of all ages with an initial field size of 72 players. It was first played in 1894 and past winners include touring professionals Nikki Campbell, Sarah Oh and Kristie Smith.

Visit the website of the host club ~ The Grange Golf Club, SA


Match Play Live Scoring
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> Download the Match Play Draw & Results
> Download the Qualifying Results
> Download the Ross Herbert Teams Event Results

Food and drink will be available in the clubhouse from 6.00 am

Daily Reports:
Day 1 Report - Qualifying
Day 2 Report - Qualifying
Day 3 Report - Match Play
Day 4 Report - Match Play
Day 5 Report - Match Play
Day 6 Report - Finals

Player Information



Play may be suspended during the afternoon round on Wednesday 15 January. The Championships Committee has established that if a Bureau of Meteorology ‘FEELS LIKE’ temperature in excess of 39 degrees for the region (Adelaide Airport) is recorded, play may be suspended until further notice. If this occurs, players will be required to remain at the golf club until advised otherwise.

Bureau of Meteorology - Adelaide Airport Half - Hourly Observations

Entry Details:
Entries have now closed and late entries are not being accepted.
Entry Fee: $195.00 on-line (includes range balls, pull buggies/trolley, lunch during the Championship days, and Championship gift)
Handicap Limit: 5.4

> Download the Final Field
> Download the entry form to view the Conditions of Play
> View the list of entries received.

Sunday 12 January: Practice Round – The Grange Golf Club (West Course)
Monday 13 January: Practice Round - The Grange Golf Club (East Course)
Tuesday 14 January: Round 1 Qualifying – The Grange Golf Club (East & West Course)
Wednesday 15 January: Round 2 Qualifying - The Grange Golf Club (East & West Course)
Thursday 16 January: Round 1 - Match Play (16 matches) - The Grange Golf Club (East Course)
Friday 17 January: PM: Round 2 - Match Play (8 matches) - The Grange Golf Club (East Course)
Saturday 18 January: AM: Quarter-Finals (4 matches); PM: Semi-Finals (2 matches) - The Grange Golf Club (East Course)
Sunday 19 January: Final (36-holes) - The Grange Golf Club (East Course)

Players are entitled to ONE complimentary practice round on each course ONLY. Play must be from the daily tee markers only.

Practice rounds are available at the following times:
> West Course: From 7.00 am on Sunday 12 January
> Download the Sunday Practice Draw
> East Course: From 7.00 am on Monday 13 January
> Download the Monday Practice Draw

Any player who arrives at either club outside of these times will be asked to leave.

Players MUST contact Golf Australia to make a booking for the official practice rounds: phone +61 3 9626 5050 or On booking a round, players must provide the names of all players if they are booking on behalf of other players (e.g. a player cannot book themselves in four times).

During a practice round a player may play one ball only throughout the round with the following exceptions:
> If a player misses the fairway with their drive, they may play one additional tee shot from the tee;
> If a player misses the green with their approach shot, they may play one additional shot to the green;
> Not more than three chip shots may be played from beside the green, and only then provided such practice shots do not damage the course;
> Only two bunker shots may be played towards the green from a greeenside bunker. All other bunker shots must be played away from the green;
> Only three practice putts are permitted.
> Notwithstanding the above regulations, no additional practice strokes shall be played if the group behind is waiting to play. Additionally, course staff retain absolute right of way.

Competitors in breach of these practice conditions are liable to face action under Golf Australia’s Code of Conduct.

Tournament Functions:
Sweet Sixteen Dinner: The Grange Golf Club; Friday 17 January; 7.00 pm – 8.30 pm. It is MANDATORY that the 8 men and 8 women contesting the Quarter-Finals attend a two-course dinner with officials and sponsors. Player dress: dress shirt and long pants (women equivalent).

Presentation & Cocktail Reception: The Grange Golf Club; Sunday 19 January; approx 4.00 pm – 5.00 pm. All players and officials are invited to attend the Presentation and Cocktail Reception. Player dress: Golf attire.


Unfortunately billet accommodation/private housing is NOT available.

Preferred Championship Hotel: The Oaks Plaza Pier, Glenelg

Studio, One and Two Bedroom Apartments
16 Holdfast Promenade, Glenelg SA
Ph: +61 8 8350 6688
Website: Oaks Plaza Pier, Glenelg

Studio Room: $171.00 per night
One Bedroom Apartment: $189.00 per night
One Bedroom Park View: $212.00 per night
One Bedroom Ocean View: $248.00 per night
Two Bedroom Apartment: $290.00 per night
Two Bedroom Park View: $311.00 per night
Two Bedroom Ocean View: $356.00 per night

Mention ‘Golf Australia’ when making bookings to obtain the above rates

>Download further accommodation options.

Local Services
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Women's Course Lengths
>Download the course lengths for women

For further information please contact Golf Australia:
Phone: (03) 9626 5050 or Emily Miller on 0418 426 613

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