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Jeep Final begins at RACV Royal Pines

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Fiat Chrysler Group and Hi-Lite Events announce that the Jeep Pro-Am Tour Final is set to tee off tomorrow at the RACV Royal Pines Resort.

This unique tournament gives passionate amateurs an opportunity to play alongside some of Australia's emerging PGA Professionals while also being partnered to compete in a 4 Ball team's competition.

The inaugural Jeep Pro Am Tour kicked off in May, with four regional final's held across Australia. The first Jeep regional was played at Moonah Links in Victoria, with further regionals contested over the past six months in New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia.

The professionals compete over four days for their chance of the $100,000 in prizemoney and will be partnered by an amateur who won their way to the final via one of the four regional events.

Competitors from across Australia will compete in this weeks' event, the field also set to include some of Australia's greatest sporting stars.

The Jeep Final will see professionals given the opportunity of a lifetime and something that has never been offered to professionals in Australia before. Qualifying Professionals will not only be competing for the $100,000 prizemoney, but both the individual professional winner and the professional winner of the Pro-Am event will also win an all expenses paid trip to a qualifying school of their choice.

National Marketing Manager Sam Tabart from Fiat Chrysler Group explains why he and his team, felt inspired to launch the Jeep Pro-Am Tour. "We feel that this is an amazing opportunity for some of Australia's brightest stars playing on the domestic tours around Australia. We are delighted to be working in association with John Ryan from Hi-Lite Events to give our young professionals an opportunity to further their careers on the International stage. We wish all the players competing this week the very best of luck and when you're next on the tee too please Don't Hold Back".

Bruce Young
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