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2021 Australian Master of the Amateurs Championship

The 2021 Men’s & Women’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championships will be hosted at The Victoria Golf Club, 5th – 8th January 2021.

The 2021 Men’s & Women’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championships are open to elite amateur golfers, through Exemptions which are listed on this website. The fields for the Men’s and Women’s Championships in 2021 will be increased to 60 elite female golfers and 90 elite male amateur golfers. National and International elite amateur golfers, shall compete in separate Championships, under the title of the Men’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championship & the Women’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championship.

The 2021 Men’s and Women’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championships are 72-hole stroke championships with a cut after 54-holes. The top 45 male championship players plus ties and the top 25 female championship players plus ties, after 54-holes of the championship, shall compete in the final round (round 4) of the Men’s & Women’s Championships.

The 2020 Men’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championship received 783.7001 points by the R&A WAGR Points System for Counting Events, and is ranked by the R&A as the highest ranked Men’s Amateur Championship in Australia.

The 2020 Women’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championship received 646.3861 points by the R&A WAGR Points System for Counting Events, and is ranked by the R&A as the highest ranked Women’s Amateur Championship in Australia.

2020 Australian Master of the Amateurs re-cap

Name and Name are winner of the 2019 MOTA Master of the Amateurs TournamentCongratulations to Alyaa Abdulghany (MAL) in winning the 2020 Women’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championship and the coveted “Green Jacket”, with a total score of -2 to Par, 286, in a three-player play-off.

Congratulations to Sahith Theegala (USA) in winning the 2020 Men’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championship and the coveted “Green Jacket”, with a total score of 10 under Par, 278.

With the Men’s Australian Master of the Amateurs going into its 24th successful year, and ranked number one in Australia, and the Women’s Australian Master of the Amateurs going into its 4th year, the Men’s & Women’s Australian Master of the Amateurs 72-hole Championships are considered by many of the world’s leading amateur golfers to be the finest Amateur Golf Championships in the world. The 2021 Men’s & Women’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championships will be played 5th – 8th January 2021, at The Victoria Golf Club.

The Men’s & Women’s Australian Master of the Amateurs Championships, World Amateur Golf Ranking Counting Events, and National Ranking Events, as ranked by Golf Australia, place you on centre stage with Australian and International top Amateur Golfers, amongst the lights, cameras and action as you…

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