2019 Cranbrook Residences NSW PGA Seniors Championship


The Club is delighted to announce that we have secured the rights to host the 2019 Cranbrook Residences NSW PGA Seniors Championship which will be held on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th November.

The championship will replace the existing October Pro-Am on our annual events calendar. This is a great result for the Club and will give members the opportunity to play with many of the Legends of Australian Golf who played in the Greg Norman era. We expect a field of over 60 professionals will play in this prestigious championship including legends such as Peter Senior, Peter O’Malley, Wayne Grady, Peter Fowler, Mike Harwood, Peter Lonard, Michael Long and many others who have consistently won major tournaments on the Australian, US and European Tours.

We urge all members to enter early to avoid disappointment, download the entry form here. The club is also working on another exciting attraction for the championship which we expect to announce in the first quarter of this year.

As you would understand hosting a prestigious event like the NSW PGA Seniors Championship comes at a cost, the club will be seeking financial support from both members and sponsors so if you would like to consider being a sponsor please contact David Andrews at the club on 0296342499 to make an appointment or call in for a chat, we have some very competitive packages that will successfully promote your product and service to a targeted golf audience. The current sponsorship packages available are as follows.

  • Platinum Sponsorship
  • Alcohol Sponsorship
  • Gold Sponsorship
  • Main Putting Green Sponsorship
  • First Tee Sponsorship
  • Practice Range Sponsorship
  • Short Game Practice Facility Sponsorship

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Past Pro Am Wrap Ups and Winners

Wrap and the winners details of the 2018 Pro-Am

Wrap and the winners details of the 2017 Pro-Ams

Wrap and the winners details of the 2016 Pro-Ams

Wrap up and winners details of the 2015 Pro-Ams

Wrap up and winners details from the 2014 Pro-Ams