The Kooralbyn Valley Pro-Am 2022 coming soon

2022’s Pro-Am

Join us for an exhilarating day of The Kooralbyn Valley’s 2021 Pro-Am tournament!


Pro-Am Entry Fee: Members $65 per person | Non-Members $95 per person
Shotgun Start: 7:00 am and 12:15 pm (Competitors must be prepared to play at the time allocated)
Single Stableford – Mens A & B, Women

Putting Competition: 10:30am-1pm

Lunch 10am–2:00pm (included in Entry Fee)

Accommodation packages available (see Entry Form for details).

$12,000 pro purse

Amateur $1,000 putting comp + Amateur trophies, other great prizes & gift bags with great value

Presentation Buffet Dinner “Dinner with Pros” 6 pm

HOW TO ENTER – Click HERE to view and download the Pro-Am Amateur & Sponsor Entry Form

QUERIES? Call the Pro-Shop on 07 5544 5919 or email

2017’s Pro-Am

2017’s Pro-Am winner Damien Jordan. Photo by David Kapernick

On Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday 4th October 2017, the Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley Pro-Am brought 65 golf professionals and a score of amateurs together to take on Queensland’s most challenging course.

The two-day event formed part of the 2017 Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series – a national event platform for both professional and amateur golfers. A feeder Tour for the PGA Tour of Australasia, the Pro-Am season hosts tournaments across Australia and New Zealand with close to 200 events run at local golf clubs.

Golfing greats Peter Senior, Wayne Grady, Terry Price, and Mike Ferguson participated and were joined by former test cricketers Jeff ‘Thommo’ Thomson and Ian Healy (who couldn’t play due to an injury). Brisbane Lions stars Daniel Rich and Claye Beams also hit the course.

Third-year professional Damien Jordon produced a stunning closing 66 to grab victory in the Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley PGA Pro-Am. Jordan rolled in a birdie on his final hole to finish the 36-hole tournament on eight under with rounds of 70-66.

West Australian Michael Sim, closed with a birdie-packed 67 to snatch second place after overnight leader Stephen Jeffress and second places Marcus Cain both dropped shots playing the 18th hole. Cain (69-70) finished alone in third place with Jeffress (66-74) tumbling into a tie for fourth with Queensland’s Peter Senior (71-69) and NSW professional Adam Stephens (71-69).

Read PGA Australia winner announcement article: Click Here

ABC Radio Brisbane interview with Wayne Grady, talking about his days competing with fellow golfing legend Peter Senior (both playing in our pro-am). We get a mention too! Click on the play button below to listen: