The Outback Queensland Masters have hit a hole-in-one at the 2022 Queensland Tourism Awards, hitting GOLD in the category of Festivals and Events. Australia’s most remote golf series was recognised for the SOLD OUT 2021 event at the 37th annual gala event held on Friday 4th November 2022 at the Gold Coast. Golf Australia, Queensland […]
As the sun sets over Big Red in Birdsville, the Outback Queensland Masters million-dollar hole-in-one remains unclaimed, with the announcement of the 2023 locations from Australia’s most remote golf course, the Birdsville Dunes Golf Club. Tourism and Sport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said the Queensland Government would continue support for the Outback Queensland Masters in 2023. […]
Belts, boots and buckles were swapped in the Rodeo Capital for buggies, bunkers and birdies on the weekend with over 130 players taking to the Mount Isa Golf Club greens surrounded by the rugged outback landscapes.
They call it a golfing tournament of a different kind, and where else can you tee off with a Titanosaurus but in the dinosaur capital of Winton, Outback Queensland, Australia. The Outback Queensland Masters, Australia’s most remote golf series, descended on this tiny town of just 875 people, for the fourth leg of its six-location […]
A rainy start to the third round of the Outback Queensland Masters put no dampener on the spirits of the 144 players who took to the Barcaldine sand greens over the weekend.
The Outback Queensland Masters has teed off in Tambo on its second location for the 2022 event. “This is an event for everyone, it doesn’t matter if you are haven’t played before, or only hit golf balls at the driving range or putt-putt, everyone is welcome to join us for this amazing fun experience,” said […]
A golfing tournament of a different kind, the 2022 Outback Queensland Masters, officially teed off on greener than ever greens at the Roma Golf Club over the weekend.
Outback Queensland’s most iconic amateur golf event, the Outback Queensland Masters has officially sold out for the second year running in what will be the first tournament at Queensland’s newest golf course on the edge of the Simpson Desert.
Two lucky Kiwis will win their way to Australia for a shot at a Million Dollar Hole-In-One on the edge of the Simpson Desert in Outback Queensland.
A Million Dollar Hole-In-One remains up for grabs in 2022 in Queensland’s most western town, Birdsville. The Outback Queensland Masters event now in its third year, has amateur golfers set on scoring the million-dollar hole-in-one which remains unclaimed.