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Big names to tee up at Moss Vale Pro Am

Feb 11, 2019

Moss Vale Golf Club has announced a star-studded line-up of professional women golfers who will play in the upcoming Aoyuan International Moss Vale Pro-Am on March 5.
The tournament - part of Australian Ladies Professional Golf (ALPG) Club Car Series – will see top players from around the globe tee off throughout the morning, including:
Canadian, Lorie Kane, who has had four career victories on the LPGA Tour
Phillis Meti from New Zealand – current World Long Drive Champion (315 metres)
Sarah Oh, Australian, competes on the Korean Tour and is a former two times winner of NSW Women’s Open, and a former winner of the Moss Vale Classic
Felicity Johnson from England, 2017/18 winner of Brisbane Invitational
Queenslander Bree Arthur, a past winner of the Moss Vale Pro Am

“We are also thrilled to welcome many talented up-and-coming players on the circuit, including Brooke Baker and Alexis Belton from USA, Scotland’s Kylie Henry and Australia’s Whitney Hillier,” said Norm McDonald, President, Moss Vale Golf Club.
“It’s shaping up to be a tremendous tournament and offers a magnificent way for the local community to see some of the greatest women professional golfers play on our beautiful golf course.”
Spectators have two opportunities to watch the players in action. On Monday 4 March from 4:30-6:00pm there will be two Shootouts for Longest Drive and Nearest to the Pin. The following morning, on Tuesday 5 March, golf enthusiasts can follow their favourites around the course from 7:00 am. Entry is free.
The Aoyuan International Moss Vale Pro-Am is made possible by the generous support of naming rights sponsor, Aoyuan International; major sponsors Yamaha, Fly Corporate and Accolade Wines, and local businesses.

Moss Vale Golf Club was founded in 1902 and designed in its current location and layout by Carnegie Clark, with the course completed in 1936. The 18-hole, par 71, championship course record is 66. A number of twists and turns, creek crossings and deceptive greens, make the course a true test. Visitors to the course can enjoy country hospitality and accommodation at adjoining Dormie House. Further information:

Formed in 1972, the ALPG is a member-based organisation that is the sanctioning body for women’s professional golf in Australia and New Zealand. ALPG is an enthusiastic and passionate organisation which has a long and proud history of expanding and improving career opportunities for women professional golfers. The ALPG Tour is recognised by the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings as one of the seven major women’s professional tours in the world.