FAQS

1

Where do I park during the tournament?

Public parking is available at the car park on the eastern land of Royal Queensland Golf Club, entering off Curtain Avenue East. Spectators can then walk directly into the venue from the car park.


Parking for all patrons is free of charge for the duration of the tournament.

All parking information is available here.
2

What are the ticket prices?

All ticket information is available here.
3

Can I take food into the tournament?

Yes you are able to bring your own food into the venue however there will be ample catering outlets available in the Tournament Village as well as various roaming outlets on course.
4

Can I take beverages into the tournament?

Yes you are able to bring non-alcoholic beverages into the venue as long as the beverage is sealed and in a plastic bottle. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted and will be confiscated upon entry. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased from the catering outlets located in the Tournament Village.
5

How can I find out the tee times?

Tee times will be available on this website, the PGA Website or the PGA Tour of Australasia iPhone app as soon as they have been determined. The tournament and daily drawsheet will also be available from the Information Booth at the Tournament Village.
6

How do I keep updated on the scores?

During the Tournament you will be able to keep updated on the live scoring via this website and the PGA Website, or download the PGA Tour of Australasia iPhone app which features live scoring, if you’re unable to attend the tournament.
7

What are the start and finish times of play?

In general, round 1 and 2 of play will start at approximately 6.00 am and finish at 6.00pm and for round 3 and 4 play will start at approximately 6.30 am and finish at 4.00 pm*. Please check the website closer to the event for confirmed tee times.

*Please note that weekend tee times are subject to change

8

What are the Pro-Am tee times?

The morning field’s tee time is 7.00 am shot-gun start and the afternoon tee time is 1.00 pm shot-gun start.
9

Which players will play in the Pro-Am?

Please check the website closer to the event.
10

Do I have to pay an entry fee to watch on practice and Pro-Am days?

No you don’t, practice days and Pro-Am day are free to all spectators.
11

Can I use and take a camera?

Professional Cameras and Video Cameras are strictly prohibited at the event. Only official media and accredited officials can take photographs or footage using professional camera. Mobile phones and small digital cameras may be used, providing they are on silent.
12

Can I use and take my mobile phone?

Mobile phones may be used, however they must remain on SILENT at all times, and have the FLASH OFF. Mobile phone photography is permitted on all tournament competition days, and video on non-competition days only. Please be considerate of tournament play and other spectators at all times.
13

Prohibited items

  • Audio or video equipment (including professional SLR cameras)
  • Television, radio or noise producing devices
  • Large eskies, milk crates or step ladders
  • Firearms, weapons, or explosives
  • Alcoholic beverages or glass bottles
  • Bicycles
  • Pets
  • Drones, model aircraft, remotely operated camera equipment or other similar airborne devices

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