- Tuesday 07 October 2008
The PGA HOTLINE is now open giving golf fans the opportunity to save 50% on tickets for the 2008 Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Championship.
Any one-day ticket bought through the free call PGA HOTLINE (1800 009 499) before 4 December is $10 and a season pass $25, a save of $10 and $25 on the gate price.
The Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Championship, Australia’s oldest and most prestigious professional golf tournament will be hosted at the Hyatt Regency Coolum from December 4-7.
Now in its seventh consecutive year at the Hyatt Regency Coolum, the PGA Championship will once again feature the biggest names in Australian golf with the country’s two highest world ranked players Geoff Ogilvy and Queenslander Adam Scott already confirmed to play.
Also returning for 2008 is defending champion and Coolum crowd favourite Peter Lonard who will be looking to extend his reputation as the ‘King of Coolum’ and claim his fourth Joe Kirkwood Cup.
Sunshine Coast Mayor Bob Abbot said major events grow the regional economy and by supporting them Council elevates the Coast’s reputation as a quality venue for professional events and festivals.
“High profile events like the PGA puts the Sunshine Coast on TV screens around the world with the national and international media coverage it attracts,” Cr Abbot said.
“We can’t pay for that amount of publicity and we all know the beauty of the Sunshine Coast speaks for itself.
“The knock on affect is dollars for local business and that’s good for the regional balance sheet”.
Sunshine Coast Regional Council is a major support sponsor of the 2008 Cadbury Schweppes PGA Championship.