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Ladies hit the green for fun day

Women are ready for a good competition at Noosa Springs on Tuesday.
Women are ready for a good competition at Noosa Springs on Tuesday. Contributed

IT'S Ladies' Day at Noosa Springs on Tuesday.

April 17 is the first of three exciting golf days planned for the year to mix with friends, meet new ones, dine in style, improve your golf and win great prizes.

The 2012 Ladies' Days continue on August 7 and December 4.

Now in its eighth year, the popular event attracts a friendly, competitive field from the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Gold Coast and beyond.

The individual stableford competition is followed by a gourmet, champagne lunch, presentations and a dazzling fashion parade, showing off the latest in women's golfing apparel.

Those who play two of the three days in the series are automatically entered into the grand draw for the chance to win one of four $250 golf shop vouchers.

Ladies will also get a discount on day of play at Noosa Springs' golf shop.

Ladies' Golf Days' prizes are thanks to major sponsor, L'Oreal.

Cost for non-members is $99 per day and includes lunch.

Alternatively, the Ladies' Day package includes one day entry into the Ladies' Day competition, two nights' accommodation in a luxury two-bedroom, self-contained apartment and full buffet breakfast daily.

Cost is $175 per person, per night twin share or $130 per person, per night quad share.

Visit noosasprings.com.au for details.

To register, contact Noosa Springs on 5440 3333.

Topics:  golf noosa springs sunshine coast


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