Some of the biggest names in Australian and European women’s golf are confirmed as starters in the Australian Ladies Classic - Bonville and Women’s NSW Open later this month.
Multiple Women’s Major Champion and World Golf Hall of Fame member Dame Laura Davies is set to compete in both tournaments, alongside some of the Ladies European Tour’s (LET) best and many of Australian professional golf’s brightest stars.
Seven current LET ranking tournament winners are ready to take part, including Celine Boutier, Isabelle Boineau and Camille Chevalier of France, Nuria Iturrios of Spain and Thailand’s Supamas Sangchan.
Western Australia’s Hannah Green, who will be making her debut on the LPGA Tour this year has also confirmed she will play in the Australian Ladies Classic - Bonville from 22- 25 February.
Joining Green will be the likes of Charlotte Thomas, Hanee Song, Liv Cheng and Stacey Peters from the Australian Ladies Professional Golf (ALPG) ranks.
All up, representatives from over 30 countries will give the two tournaments a truly international flavour.
Stuart Fraser, CEO of Golf NSW was thrilled with the makeup of the fields and is confident the players will enjoy the challenge of both courses and the picturesque Coffs Harbour - NSW Mid North Coast District.
“The list of names who are playing in both the Australian Ladies Classic and the Women’s NSW Open is wonderful,
“The players will find Coffs Harbour is not only a wonderful location with world-class golf courses but a fantastic place to unwind and enjoy the natural beauty that the Mid North Coast of NSW has to offer,” Mr Fraser said.
The Australian Ladies Classic - Bonville and the Women’s NSW Open Golf Championship are proudly supported by the NSW Government & Destination NSW. The Australian Ladies Classic - Bonville will be played at the Bonville Golf Resort from Feb 22 -25, 2018, while the Women’s NSW Open will take place at Coffs Harbour Golf Club from March 1 to 4. Both events are sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour and form part of the ALPG Order of Merit for 2018.