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The Australian GC & The Lakes GC, NSW

30 Nov - 3 Dec, 2023

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Event information | Australian Open

ISPS HANDA Australian Open 30 November – 3 December, 2023 The Australian Golf Club & The Lakes Golf Club, Sydney, NSW

#AusOpenGolf is returning to Sydney!

The 2023 event will feature the continuation of the joint tournament format that will allow fans to see some of the best men and women golfers playing for different titles on the same course at the same time.

Men and women will be playing in alternating groups across both courses over the first two days, then The Australian Golf Club only on the weekend. For sports fans and lovers of golf, #AusOpenGolf is an event not to be missed!

A wide range of exceptional golf tickets and experiences are on offer. There’s something for everyone - from the Bridges Club with a bird's eye view of the 18th green, or the Champions Club on the 16th green at The Australian GC.

As an exclusive launch offer - receive 10% OFF premium experience packages using code ‘EARLYBIRD’ for a limited time. Get in quick, offer ends June 30.

Kids aged 17 and under will be admitted FREE and do not require a pre-purchased ticket for entry

Be a part of this world-class event by securing your ISPS HANDA Australian Open tickets via Ticketek today!

ISPS HANDA Australian Open

  • Dates: Thursday 30 November – Sunday 3 December, 2023

  • Venue: The Australian Golf Club (Thu-Sun) and The Lakes Golf Club (Thu-Fri)

  • Prize money: Min. $3.4mil AUD

  • Sanctioning Tours: ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia, WPGA Tour of Australasia & DP World Tour

  • Field size: Max. 240 players (156 men & 84 women)

  • Format: 72-hole stroke play; cut after 36-holes

  • Defending champions:

    • Men – Adrian Meronk (POL) – 2022

    • Women – Ashleigh Buhai (RSA) – 2022

Australian All-Abilities Championship

  • Dates: Thursday 30 Nov - Saturday 2 December

  • Venue: The Australian Golf Club (Thu-Sat)

  • Field size: 12 players

  • Eligibility: Leading 6 international players & 4 Australian players on the WR4GD, plus 2 invites

  • Format: 54-hole stroke; no cut

  • Defending champion: Kipp Popert (a) (ENG)

Final qualifying

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