Access Information to the Precinct & Course (25/09 – 29/09)
✅ Mon 25/09 – No playing access on the course for members or green fee visitors. The course will be used by the Asian Tour Q School team & players as a practice round.
✅ Tue 26/09 – Fri 29/09 – Asian Tour Q School course access till 2pm. All are welcome & encouraged to watch and support the field during play out on the course (no fee). Strictly no playing access on the course for members / green fee until 2pm. Member / green fee playing access to the course each day from 2pm onwards. Bookins MUST be made at the Proshop.
The range will be open to all throughout the tournament. Asian Tour Q School players will be allowed to tee off from the grassed area. Member / green fee to hit from mats or as directed by staff. Depending on the time of your visit, please allow for potential extended wait times.
The highly anticipated 2024 Asian Tour Qualifying School is set to be held across six different venues in three countries over a span of five months starting this September.
Apart from its regular destination in Thailand, the Asian Tour Qualifying School will also be staged in the United States for the second straight year and is set to make a welcome return to Australia following a 17-year lapse.
The First Stage of the Qualifying School will consist of six events, with the first to be played ‘Down Under’ at the Mt Derrimut Golf & Community Club in Victoria from September 26-29.
Each event will be played over four rounds, with the top-placed finishers earning places in the Final Qualifying Stage to be played in Thailand from January 16-20.
Many of the Asian Tour’s most successful golfers have ascended through the Qualifying School including Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee (1999) and Kiradech Aphibarnrat (2009), Australian Scott Hend (2007), and American John Catlin (2018).