THE Volvik RACV Ladies Masters returns to the Gold Coast next month, marking a special milestone for the sisters of swing.
This year celebrates a quarter of a century of women competing in the professional golf tournament.
Home-grown talent Karrie Webb will defend her title; her sights set on a world record with her ninth title.
She has her work cut out for her, with a field of world-class players representing more than 20 countries.
The tournament has attracted 144 competitors, made up of 50 Australian Ladies Professional Golf members, 50 Ladies European Tour players and 44 sponsorship invites.
Hosted by RACV Royal Pines Resort, one of Queensland’s largest fully-integrated five-star resorts, players and spectators will have access to all the facilities, including food outlets with a bar, public grandstands, merchandise stalls and shuttle buses to parking.
There are a range of ticket options available, with daily passes only $20 or catch all four days and purchase a season pass for $60. Children under 18 can attend for free with an accompanying adult.
If you prefer a touch of luxury and even some networking opportunities, consider a corporate booking.
The Karrie Webb Club is equipped with large viewing screens while you wine and dine, as well as seating in the viewing platform above the 18th green.
Daily packages start from $2,100 for eight guests and include a buffet lunch, complimentary drinks and sponsorship accreditation.
Catch all the action from February 6-9. Visit ladiesmasters.com for more information.
Gold Coast Business News is giving away ten four-day passes for two people. To enter, simply email your name and contact details to [email protected] with LADIES MASTERS in the subject header by COB February 3, 2014.
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