Hannah Gregg recently secured her Ladies European Tour card following an exceptional performance at the LPGA Tour Q-School. Gregg has been an influential internet personality and played an entire season on the Epson Tour before getting to the final stage and earning her European Tour card.

The American from Nevada turned pro in 2020 and played primarily on the Epson Tour. However, her performance was sub-par and she was cut from all 7 events she played leading to the loss of her Epson Tour card. Not to be deterred, Hannah put in the hard work required to qualify for the final stage of the LPGA Tour Q-School and secured her Ladies European Tour Card in late 2023.

Hannah Gregg is a prominent golf influencer with over 140k followers on Instagram and will take to the Australian Women’s Classic Bonville, presented by Pacific Bay Resort Studios from 5 – 7 April, 2024

The young pro will have to match it with a strong 2024 field including the likes of Spanish heavy hitters Carmen Alonso and Nurio Iturrioz, previous Australian Women’s Classic Bonville champion Marianne Skarpnord as well as an Aussie contingent boasting the likes of Amy Chu and Claire Shin, both who know their way around Bonville.

The 2024 Australian Women’s Classic Bonville, presented by Pacific Bay Resort Studios will be telecast LIVE on 7PLUS on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th April. Spectators can witness all the action by downloading their FREE spectator pass at www.auswomensclassic.com.au

The Australian Women’s Classic Bonville was secured exclusively for Bonville by the NSW Government via its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.


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Thursday 13th June 2024
Carts on fairways at 90°
Preferred lies 15cm through the green
Mostly Sunny 19°C
Rainfall last 24 hours: 0mm
Greens cut to 3mm
Food and Beverage on-course from 9:00am
Range balls available until 11:00am
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