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Women take over the green

It’s time for women to work on their swing in preparation for the Ladies' Golf Series 2012.
It’s time for women to work on their swing in preparation for the Ladies' Golf Series 2012. Contributed

THE women of Noosa are polishing their clubs in preparation of Ladies' Day Golf Series 2012 which tees off in two weeks.

The Tuesday, April 17 event is the first of three exciting golf days which offers women the chance to mix with friends, meet new ones, dine in style, improve their golf and win great prizes.

Now in its eighth year, the popular event attracts a friendly, competitive field from the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, the Gold Coast and beyond.

The individual stableford competition is followed by a gourmet champagne lunch, presentations and a dazzling fashion parade showing off the latest in ladies' golfing apparel.

Play two of the three days in the series and you will automatically enter the grand draw for your chance to win one of four $250 golf shop vouchers.

The women will also get a discount on day of play at Noosa Springs' golf shop. It's an active day with a fun finish and fabulous prizes from major sponsor, L'Oreal.

The cost includes lunch: $99 per player, per day (non members).

Players can also choose to turn the event into a mini golfing getaway by opting for the Ladies' Day package.

This will let you experience everything the award-winning resort has to offer: luxury accommodation, championship golf, a new Eminence firm skin facial at the day spa, fine dining, state-of-the-art fitness centre, heated lap pool, tennis and nature walks.

It costs $175 per person, per night, twin share or $130 per person, per night, quad share.

For more information, visit noosasprings.com.au, click on "golf" then "specials and packages".

To register for the event, contact Noosa Springs on 5440 3333.

The Ladies' Day Golf Series will continue with the second round on August 7 and the final round on December 4.

 

The Ladies' Day package includes:

  •  One-day entry to the Ladies' Day competition.
  •  Two nights accommodation in a luxury two-bedroom, self-contained apartment.
  •  Full buffet breakfast daily.

Topics:  golf, noosa springs golf resort


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