The 27th RACV LADIES MASTERS
The 27th RACV Ladies Masters will be hosted by RACV Royal Pines Resort from February 25-28 2016.
In announcing the dates for the event, Mr Tuohy paid tribute to RACV, the title sponsor and event host; Tourism and Events Queensland and the City of Gold Coast, who have supported the event since inception in 1990. “The RACV Ladies Masters has a proud history spanning three decades at Royal Pines on the Gold Coast and during this period it has seen many of the world’s best female golfers and rising stars contest the coveted Ladies Masters title. The players in next year’s Ladies Masters will for the first time experience the highly acclaimed, redeveloped 18-hole course layout at RACV Royal Pines establishing a new era for the event.” RACV Executive General Manager, Sue Blake said that RACV was delighted to be continuing its major sponsorship and the hosting of this prestigious ladies golf event at RACV Royal Pines Resort. “The RACV Ladies Masters has proven to be a platform for many of the world’s best and emerging players to showcase their exceptional talent and this event provides our members, guests and visitors to the Gold Coast with a fantastic opportunity to enjoy world-class golf right on their doorstep.” Karen Lunn (CEO) ALPG said “On behalf of the ALPG and our co-sanctioned partners at the Ladies European Tour I would like to pay particular thanks to RACV for their ongoing support as the title sponsor of the RACV Ladies Masters, and also to Tourism and Events Queensland and the City of Gold Coast for their support of the tournament. We are delighted to be once again returning to the Home and Championship Golf in Australia for the 2016 RACV Ladies Masters. I am sure the players will enjoy the newly designed 18 holes at RACV Royal Pines Resort for the first time in 2016. The ALPG look forward to again welcoming players from more than 27 countries to the Gold Coast which is one of the players favourite destinations. We look forward to making the 2016 RACV Ladies Masters the best ever! One hundred and forty four players from more than 27 countries including amateur invitations and Defending Champion, Australia’s Su Oh will contest the 27th RACV Ladies Masters. Further player announcements will follow in early January.
Su OH WINS RACV LADIES MASTERS 2015
The passionate Victorian teenager Su Oh signalled her arrival as a world class player in great style when she captured her first professional victory in only her second professional tournament in the RACV Ladies Masters at Royal Pines on the Gold Coast in February 2015.
Su Oh with Trophy