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7 Things To Do

The Fiji International is fast approaching and offers plenty of activities for the whole family so make sure you visit Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course on August 17-20.   While
04 Aug 2017 11:00
7 Things To Do
Fans await results at the Fiji International scoreboard last year. Photo: Fiji International

The Fiji International is fast approaching and offers plenty of activities for the whole family so make sure you visit Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course on August 17-20.

 

While at the Fiji International, here are 7 fun things you can do:

  1. Watch the golf

Some of the best golfers in the world including Fiji’s own Vijay Singh are teeing it up in the Fiji International this year and Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course offers some perfect vantage points for you to watch all the action. Whether you choose to walk the entire course with your favourite player, sit next to the green and watch the players attempt to make birdie putts or stand on the tee and marvel at how far they hit the ball, you will be enthralled by the golfing action!

 

  1. Learn how to play golf

If the Tour Professionals inspire you to pick up a golf club for the first time or the first time in a long time, there is no better place to do it than at the Fiji International. PGA Professional golfers will be on hand all week at Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course to teach you the best technique to make that little white ball fly through the air. Not just for adults, clinics for kids will also be running through the week so make sure you bring them along, who knows they might be the next famous Fijian golfer!

 

  1. Meet the Professional Golfers

Tour Professionals are friendly guys and love meeting golf fans after their rounds of golf! Spend some time around the clubhouse and you are sure to bump into a few and don’t forget to bring a pen they will be more than happy to sign an autograph or even snap a quick selfie on your phone or camera.

 

  1. Meet your favourite rugby players

This year former Australian Wallabies captain George Gregan and former All Black halfback Justin Marshall are headed to the Fiji International. Both huge golf fans they have been lured to Fiji by the beauty of the country and the opportunity to tee it up in paradise during the official Fiji International Pro-Am. You can watch them in action at Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course on Wednesday 16 August.

 

  1. Enjoy a picnic in the tournament village

The tournament village at the Fiji International is the perfect place to enjoy the sunshine with your family. With plenty of food and drink options on offer from our sponsors there is something to suit every appetite. Even better the tournament village is located right alongside the practice putting green so you can watch the players warm-up for their round of golf.

 

  1. Enjoy a beverage with friends

On a nice sunny day there is nothing better than relaxing outdoors with your friends so why not come to the Fiji International and watch some golf at the same time! Sounds like the perfect way to spend the weekend.

 

  1. Relax in style

Looking for a more glamorous way to watch the golf than walking around the course? Then the Natadola Beach Oasis is the place for you! Located on one of the signature holes, you can enjoy all the excitement of the stunning Par 3, 8th hole, while socialising on the beach. Golf doesn’t get any better than that.

Tickets to the Natadola Beach Oasis start from $85 and include a six hour drinks package, light lunch and a Fiji International gift.

Entry to the Fiji International is free for Fijian residents. For more information please head to fijiinternational.com.

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