Your Australian PGA Championship 2021 experience starts here. Watch Adam Scott defend his title at Royal Queensland Golf Club in February 2021 (event postponed from December 2020).
As an Official Travel Agent for PGA of Australia, we are proud to offer Australian PGA Championship Packages including tickets, hospitality, accommodation, play golf options, transport, sightseeing and more. For this year’s event, our Travel Experts are creating custom-made packages, with everything you need and nothing you don’t. Start your journey today.
The Australian PGA Championship has been held for the last 21 years in south east Queensland. This February it’s returning to Royal Queensland Golf Club for the first time since 2001, to coincide with the clubs 100 year centenary celebrations. 2019 Australian PGA Championship winner, Adam Scott, will look to defend his title at the club where he is a member; along with Greg Norman and Charlie Earp and other Aussie golfing royalty.Read moreRead less
The Australian PGA Championship is Australia’s premier golf event, sanctioned by the PGA Tour of Australasia and the European Tour, and has a long history dating back to 1905 when the tournament was first held at Royal Melbourne Golf Club. Over the years, the tournament has evolved from match-play to its current 72-hole stroke-play format.
The Australian PGA Championships has seen its fair share of superstar golfers lift the Joe Kirkwood Cup; including Adam Scott who won in 2013 and 2019, and Cameron Smith who won back-to-back in 2017 and 2018 with Marc Leishman finishing 2 strokes behind in the 2018 edition at RACV Royal Pines on the Gold Coast.
This year’s event will be one for the ages after COVID-19 disrupted much of the golfing year with the US Masters postponed, The 149th Open cancelled and most golf events disrupted in some way. The Australian PGA Championship is usually held in December, but with COVID-19 restrictions making the original event dates unviable, it’s been rescheduled to February 2021 when most of Australia should be able to attend and watch the action live. With international travel an unlikely possibility come February, all eyes will be on Royal Queensland for fans from Australia and New Zealand wanting to watch world-class golf.
It’s time to scratch your golfing itch and come with Events Travel to enjoy this year’s event with an official Australian PGA Championship Package; including tickets, hospitality, accommodation, transport, sightseeing, flights and more.
For this year’s event, our Travel Experts are creating custom-made packages, with everything you need and nothing you don’t. Make a new enquiry today to start your journey.
2019 Australian PGA Championship Winner: Adam Scott
2019 Australian PGA Championship Runner Up: Michael Hendry (2 strokes behind)
Prize pool: A$1,500,000
Royal Queensland Golf Club
About: The course is located on the northern bank of the Brisbane River and is flat with a clockwise front 9 with the back 9 inside the front 9. “The course is designed to place emphasis on strategic golf”, according to Michael Clayton, the designer of the 2007 rebuild. The multiple ways to play each hole will enable strategic golfers to have better success
What’s on offer from Events Travel?
Brisbane is home to subtropical beaches, wild National Parks, sophisticated restaurants, daring galleries and a thriving bar and cultural scene. The city is positioned inland along the banks of the Brisbane River with Moreton Bay to the east; home to whales, turtles and dolphins. Head southeast and you’ll find ‘Straddie’, or more officially Stradbroke Island, where you can get away from the city on a four-wheel driving adventure with fishing, swimming, hiking and beautiful scenery at every turn. Further to the south is the Gold Coast, an iconic destination built on the dunes with theme parks, resorts, shops and fantastic golf available to occupy you for a few days after the Australian PGA Championships.
In February, Brisbane’s weather is warm with sunshine expected and a chance of rain on at least one day of the tournament. For the Australian PGA Championship, the weather will be humid and warm, pleasant for walking the course and spectating. Trips to the beach and swimming in the ocean and pools a good option to cool off after a day of watching some of the best golfers on the planet. High’s are on average 29°C and lows 21°C.
Full payment is required to secure your custom-made package to the Australian PGA Championships. For groups, payment plans can be arranged. If the event is cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, our COVID-19 refund policy will apply
We accept payments by bank transfer (EFT), credit cards and cheque. Domestic bank transfers and cheques have no fees. International bank transfers (e.g. from an international bank to our Australian bank or from an Australian bank to our international bank) incur a nominal A$20 service fee per transaction. All credit card payments incur merchant fees. For Visa and MasterCard it’s 1.5% and for American Express it’s 1.98%.
Payment instructions will be provided on booking and if you have any queries, please get in touch.
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