Created by the players for the players, this year’s Australian PGA Championship offers a $2 million prize pool – the biggest in Australian PGA history, played on one of the toughest courses in the country.
Current world No.3 and proud Queenslander Cameron Smith billboards the event which includes big-name challengers Adam Scott, Marc Leishman, Ryan Fox and Min Woo Lee in a strong field.
Players can also win $2 million, $1 million or a BMW i7 for a hole-in-one at the par 3 holes on the course.
Speaking ahead of the tournament, Cameron Smith said: “The course is in the best shape I’ve ever seen it. I’ve had a couple of weeks off and I feel more mentally fresh than I ever have coming back to Australia to play. I’ve teared up a few times since I’ve been home, being given the keys to Brisbane, seeing family, friends and the reaction from all the fans has been awesome. It should be a great week of golf.”
Nine’s Wide World of Sports will showcase every day of the four-day tournament, live and free, from Thursday to Sunday.