Tour Professionals are teeing it up in tropical heaven this week for the Fiji International but they also have the chance to win their own slice of paradise.At a VIP cocktail function to tee off the tournament, Brian Thorburn, CEO of the PGA of Australia announced a very unique hole in one prize up for grabs during the fourth round of the Fiji International.
The first Professional, during round four, to ace the 162 metre, par-3 13th hole at Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course will win a block of land on the magnificent Natadola Bay Land Estate.
Natadola Bay Land Estates is the latest offering from Natadola Bay Resort Limited, which consists of Intercontinental Golf Resort and Spa and the Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course.
This 1619 square metre block of land is valued at approximately AU$480,000 and is located adjacent to Natadola Bay beach, the longest stretch of natural white sand beach on the Fijian mainland.
“Every year we hear the players rave about how beautiful Natadola is and that they love coming to play. Now all they have to do is ace the par-3 13th on Sunday to be able to call Fiji home too,” said Thorburn.
“It is an incredible prize if one lucky player is able to achieve the feat!”
With Tom Ricketts, Board member for Natadola Bay Resort Limited adding, “Natadola Bay Land Estate is one of the most coveted areas of land in the whole of Fiji and indeed the Pacific. We believe everyone who lives here is lucky, but a golfer scoring a hole-in-one to win land here would be the luckiest of them all.”
The Fiji International is committed to profiling Fiji as a golfing destination to the world as well as highlighting the unique real estate opportunities in Fiji.
This hole-in-one prize is a very unique way of achieving this aim.
“In addition to the tourism and associated economic benefits we continue to drive, we’re committed to a focus on real estate investment, seeking to profile and promote to our global audience the amazing real estate opportunities in and around Natadola Bay, as well as more generally across Fiji,” added Thorburn.