Hello Tennis Fans,
Please click on the links below to download the Ticket Purchase form and match draws.
AUSTRALIAN OPEN PROGRAM OF EVENTS
HRTC Australian Open 2012 Ticket Purchase Form
2012 AUSTRALIAN OPEN MEN’S DOUBLES draw
2012 AUSTRALIAN OPEN MEN’S SINGLES DRAW
2012 AUSTRALIAN OPEN WOMEN’S DOUBLES draw
2012 AUSTRALIAN OPEN WOMEN’S SINGLES draw
Once you open the form, you will need to:
1. Select the box indicating type of seating required (Dedans, Rear Dedans, Side Gallery) and choose the number of tickets you would like to purchase (Note: Finals tickets have been limited to 3 per member in the interest of fairness)
HRTC will collate all forms received and then contact people to confirm ticket purchases (or to arrange an alternative if your first preference is unavailable). Tickets will need to be paid for at this time by credit card or direct debit in order to secure your purchase.
The President’s Cup will be held on the weekend of 21st and 22nd August.
In addition, the dinner (on the Saturday night) will recognise the awarding of Life Membership to our patron, Andrew Kemp.
View all the details in the announcement here –
Presidents Cup 2010
Come along and demonstrate your superior knowledge at the Club Quiz night on Friday 30th July in the Trophy room.
7.30 start with an appropriate “brain food” supper.
$10 per person entry.
There can be up to 6 tables of 8 people. Make up your own team or we can arrange a table for you.
Email Barry at firstname.lastname@example.org or give him a call on 62 311 781
The first official event of the Australian Open 2010 carnival, the Pro-Am, was held in Hobart on Sunday January 24th.
Admission prices for the 2010 Australian Open have been released. For all the details, go to the Aus Open page
Watch out Hobart, the Jesters are coming. This year’s visit is scheduled for Saturday, 17th October. The lucky visitors are also headed to Barnbougle Dunes on Sunday 18th, for a spot of golf.
The sneaky Jesters have recruited a number of new Hobart members into their fold this year, so the Hobart defence might be stretched a bit.
Contact Barry if you would like to help repel the invaders this year.
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