The Vic Open is a professional golf tournament that is open to both men and women, making it one of the few tournaments in the world to have a joint field. The tournament is co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the LPGA Tour, and it takes place annually in Victoria, Australia.
Who Can Play In The Vic Open
In terms of eligibility, the Vic Open has different entry criteria for men and women, as outlined below:
Men: The men's competition is open to professional golfers who are members of the European Tour or the PGA Tour of Australasia, as well as to amateur golfers who have a handicap of 1.4 or better.
Women: The women's competition is open to professional golfers who are members of the LPGA Tour or the ALPG Tour, as well as to amateur golfers who have a handicap of 2.4 or better.
There may be other ways for players to qualify for the Vic Open, such as through exemptions based on past performance or by winning qualifying events.
It's worth noting that the Vic Open also includes a Pro-Am competition, which is open to both professional and amateur golfers.
The Pro-Am is played in teams of one professional and one amateur, and it provides an opportunity for amateur golfers to play alongside some of the best professionals in the world.