Aussie Golfer wants to everyone know about the 2010 Heritage Golf Festival to be held down in Tasmania later this month.
The full schedule includes dinners, tours and plenty of golf at “…the scene of Jack Nicklaus’ triumph in the Australian Open in 1971 (Royal Hobart), Australia’s Oldest Golf Course (Ratho Farm Golf Links), and one of its newest and most celebrated, Barnbougle Dunes.” Any golf weekend with Barnbougle Dunes in it has to be a good one.
The highlight would have to be the National Hickory Championships held at Ratho Farm golf Links on Sunday May 30. Hickory clubs and gutta-percha balls will be available over the weekend as part of the competition fee. Players are encouraged to wear the early golfing costumes of plus-fours, jacket and tie for men, with skirts and wide brimmed hats for ladies.
Who wouldn’t want to be crowned as national champion while wearing plus-fours?
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