The RAC is proud to present the third series of the Auto Club Golf Championship (ACGC) in Western Australia.

The ACGC is Australia’s largest amateur golf pairs competition and this year in WA the series will grow to eight events, with two held in the metropolitan area and six in regional areas.

RAC’s Executive General Manager Pat Walker said the series was a great opportunity to bring members together and the inclusion of six regional events would enable even more members to participate.

“This is a great way for us to give something back to our members. It also gives us the opportunity to speak directly to people about important issues such as road safety  and the impact of road trauma on our community, particularly in regional areas where road fatalities are disproportionately high,” Mr Walker said.

The ACGC is open to all RAC members with an official Golf Link Handicap. All you need to register is for one of your team of two players to have a valid RAC membership.

With the bonus registration gift of a dozen golf balls and complimentary arrival refreshments, this tournament is the best value amateur event of its kind at only $33 per player.

There are plenty of prizes on offer at each qualifying event with the RAC and event partners Thrifty, Bollé, Bushnell, Crest Link and RACV Resorts pledging to continue to increase the prize pool in 2014/15.

On top of this, every entrant will also have the chance to win a brand new Suzuki in the Suzuki Hole In One. The winning pair from each of the eight WA events will receive travel and accommodation, plus three days of Championship Golf and social functions during the 2014/15 Championship Final to be held at Australia’s home of Championship Golf, RACV Royal Pines Resort in Queensland.

“We are excited to be giving WA’s amateur golfers the chance to win a place at the 2014/15 Championship Final,” Mr Walker said.“Each year the series has gone from strength to strength, beginning with four, then seven and now eight events, which we hope will give even more members the chance to take part.”

Team up with a playing partner and register for an event near you and you could be enjoying a trip to Queensland’s home of Championship Golf in March 2015 and have the honour of being crowned the 2014/15 ACGC Australian Amateur Golf Pair.  For more information and to register your pair visit the ACGC Australian Amateur Golf Pair website.

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Dates and venues confirmed for WA

24th August
31st August
3rd September
10th September
4th October
28th October