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2013 ISPS Women’s Australian Open course confirmed

Royal Canberra

Golf Australia has confirmed the 2013 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open course at Royal Canberra Golf Club.

The 2013 Championship course, Par 73 - 6108 m layout will provide an excellent test for the world’s best players. Tournament Director Trevor Herden said "This course set up for the women is slightly longer than those courses used over recent years on the Sandbelt and approximately 200 metres longer than the annual Ladies Classic. The undulating fairways will benefit the players in most cases, Royal Canberra has a number of reasonably small greens, many of which are protected by bunkers, forcing players to be very precise with club selection" Herden said.

Royal Canberra has hosted a number of men’s and women’s professional events, the support offered by the club, its members and others in the region indicates that this event may be the pinnacle of all professional events played at this golf club on this historical course. The event will launch the LPGA’s 2013 Global Tour. It will also create history as it forms a key part of the ACT 100 celebrations.

The LPGA created history this year when it partnered Golf Australia and the Women’s Australian Open for the first time. One hundred of the world’s best players who compete on the LPGA’s global stage will play Royal Canberra next February, showcasing the game at the highest possible level and competing for Australia’s major championship title.

The Championship Course

Front Nine:

Hole 1. Par 5 - 492 Metres
Hole 2. Par 4 - 343 Metres
Hole 3. Par 3 - 176 Metres
Hole 4. Par 5 – 453 Metres
Hole 5. Par 4 – 351 Metres
Hole 6. Par 5 – 428 Metres
Hole 7. Par 4 – 297 Metres
Hole 8. Par 3 – 142 Metres
Hole 9. Par 4 – 370 Metres
OUT - PAR 37 - 3052 METRES

Back Nine:

Hole 10. Par 4 - 349 Metres
Hole 11. Par 4 – 341 Metres
Hole 12. Par 4 – 384 Metres
Hole 13. Par 3 – 141 Metres
Hole 14. Par 4 – 386 Metres
Hole 15. Par 5 - 428 Metres
Hole 16. Par 4 - 387 Metres
Hole 17. Par 3 - 155 Metres
Hole 18. Par 5 – 485 Metres
In - PAR 36 - 3056 METRES

Total - Par 73 - 6108 METRES


Comments

Posted by Golf Australia at
01/08/2012 03:50 PM
Date announcement coming soon
Posted by F at
01/08/2012 09:17 AM
What about the date?

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