What is golfweek?
Posted On July 29, 2021
golfweek is an Australian tour which runs from May 10th to June 1st and is one of the oldest events in the country.
It’s been running for more than 30 years, and is known for its friendly atmosphere and unique setting.
It’s often the first thing that people come to for the day, and the crowds tend to be larger than the competition.
The tour, which started in 1997, has been held in three different locations in Australia, with the latest taking place in the city of Perth.
“It’s not just about the sport, it’s about the people,” said Chris Beal, the host of the tour, during a media event at the Gold Coast.
Beal said he was “a little bit nervous” but was confident his team would win and that he would be the most excited person at the event.
“We have a lot of young people who are really interested in this sport, so it’s a really exciting moment,” he said.
Watch the video below for a look at the history of the sport.
The tour has a lot to do with the history and culture of the Goldfields.
Its main draw is the sheer size of the venue, with spectators filling up a venue which is larger than most major sporting venues.
Tour players and players from across the country arrive to play for the first time, and there are no refunds for players, spectators or those who are not in attendance.
“It is really exciting to be part of a tour where you’re really immersed in the game,” Beal said.
“If you get into a tour, you know that you’re going to have a really good time, so you can’t wait to see what happens next.”
Watch a video of the history behind the tour below.
The sport has been a long-running part of Australian life, with events including the World Cup and Australian Open taking place there every four years.
The current tour starts on May 10, and finishes on June 1.
More to come.