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Sun Int Heineken Royal Swazi Pro Am

Sun International Heineken PGA Pro Am
Royal Swazi Country Club
25-29 November 2018
DATES: 25-29 November 2018
VENUE: Royal Swazi Country Club
COST: Various packages available (see online entry form, under bookings, for further details)
Entry fees include: 4 x nights Accommodation and Breakfast, 3 Rounds of golf incl. halfway house, Welcome Dinner, Prizegiving Function and Dinner, Commemorative Gift.
PRIZE MONEY: R30 000(paid out per the PGA official prize money breakdown. However, please note that in the case that there is not a full field, the prize money or the positions paid out to, may be adjusted accordingly)
APPEARANCE FEE: Appearance fee of R1000 per professional who participates in the Pro-Am
FORMAT: 54 holes
Amateurs play a 4ball Alliance 2 Scores to Count
Professionals play an Individual Stableford
Pros play off scratch and amateurs will play off 75% of the official handicap. (Max. 24 (men) 36 (ladies) )
BOOKINGS: Please click on this link
for further details and the online entry form
CONTACT DETAILS: For General Queries email Warren Rudolph or Tel 031 566 8220
For Tournament Information email Tracey Marais or Tel 011 485 1370
Entry and Booking Confirmations email Gary Williams or Tel 011 780 7499
NOTES: • By entering for this event you abide by the PGA’s Tournament Regulations & Procedures.
• Qualified PGA professionals will be given booking preference above apprentice professionals.
DRESS CODE: Strictly golf attire.
• At National & Regional “Official functions & Prize presentations” – all PGA members involved in any prize presentation must wear a jacket and collared evening shirt. The stipulation to exactly when the jacket must be worn is when called up to receive a prize.
• All professionals are expected to adhere to the dress regulations on the course and in the club house facility and are also responsible for the dress codes of their amateur.
• Fines and deducting order of merit points will be enforced should the actions of the Pros or their respective guests bring the name of the PGA into disrepute.