More Aussie summer of golf dates locked in

Confused about the Australian summer of golf? Well you’re not alone. Border closures and state by state restrictions have taken a huge toll on our local schedule.

The latest iteration of the season was due to kickoff in Western Australia in late November with the WA PGA Championship and WA Open. However, those events have now been pushed back to April 2022, which in turn means the NT PGA Championship will move to an early May timeslot next year.

Andrew Martin Andrew Martin won the TPS Sydney earlier this year (Credit: PGA Australia)

The 2021/22 season will now open with the Victorian PGA Championship from December 9-12 at the Moonah Link Resort followed a week later by the Gippsland Super 6 at its new home at Warragul Country Club.

“It has clearly been a challenging time for the Tour and our players but as border restrictions continue to ease we are more and more confident of delivering high quality fields across the country for the 2021/2022 season,” said PGA of Australia Tournaments Director Australasia, Nick Dastey.

“There are still some dates to lock away and some exciting announcements coming in the weeks ahead but more than anything we are happy to provide a run of tournaments for our players as we look beyond this pandemic and into a strong future for the PGA Tour of Australasia.”

Dates are still to be confirmed for the Vic Open and NSW Open.


DEC 09-12: Victorian PGA Championship
DEC 16-19: Gippsland Super 6
JAN 13-16: Australian PGA Championship
JAN 20-23: QLD PGA Championship
FEB 03-06: TPS Victoria
MAR 03-06: TPS Sydney
MAR 10-13: TPS Hunter Valley
MAR 31-03: New Zealand Open
APR 07-10: New Zealand PGA
APR 21-24: WA PGA Championship
APR 28-01: WA Open
MAY 05-08: NT PGA Championship