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Q: When is the Tshwane Open?

A: The Tshwane Open tees off on Thursday 2 March and will be played throughout the weekend, with the prize giving ceremony on Sunday 5 March.

Q: What is the price of tickets?

A: Tickets for the first two days cost R50 a day for adults, while the final two days cost R100 a day for adults. Pensioners and children under 16 get in for free.

Q: Where can I buy tickets?

A: Tickets will be available from TicketPro and at the gate.

Q: Where is the Pretoria Country Club?

A: The Pretoria Country Club is situated in Waterkloof. Address: 241 Sidney Avenue, Waterkloof

GPS co-ordinates: S 25° 47' 28"; E 28° 15' 04.7"

However, please note that public parking is at the Waterkloof Primary School – not at the golf course.

The Waterkloof Primary School is at 306 Milner Street, Waterkloof.

GPS co-ordinates: S 25° 77' 79''; E 28° 24' 08''

Q: How do I get to the public parking for the Tshwane Open?

Please note that the only public parking is at the Waterkloof Primary School at 306 Milner Street, Waterkloof.

GPS co-ordinates S 25° 77' 79''; E 28° 24' 08''

Directions
From Johannesburg:
From M1 north, take the left lane to get onto the N1 to the east of the CBD. Follow the N1 to Rigel Avenue (M9). Continue along Rigel Avenue to Milner Street. Turn right into Milner Street.

From OR Tambo International Airport:
Take R21 to Pretoria. Follow the N1 sign to Rigel Avenue (M9). Continue along Rigel Avenue to Milner Street. Turn right into Milner Street.

From the city centre:
From Jeff Masemola Street (M11) head east to Florence Ribeiro Avenue (M9) and turn right. Follow the road and turn left onto Milner Street.

Map to Waterkloof Primary School

 

Q: Why is the Tshwane Open important to the players?

A: The Tshwane Open is co-sanctioned by the Sunshine Tour and the European Tour, which means that the winner gains valuable Official World Golf Ranking points, a two-year European Tour exemption and a solid boost in their Race to Dubai rankings. The Tshwane Open is the last of a record six European Tour events in South Africa, which is more than any other country on the European Tour schedule in 2017.

 

Slider Q: Where can I get more information about the Tshwane Open?

A: Get the latest information about the players, the course and attractions in and around Tshwane on the website, www.tshwaneopen.co.za, follow the Tshwane Open on Twitter, https://twitter.com/TshwaneOpen or visit the Tshwane Open Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/TheTshwaneOpen.

 

Q: What is the prize money for the tournament?

A: The prize fund is R16.5-million.