Sunday, October 21, 2018

Pan Pacific Perth partners with major event

In 2017, Pan Pacific Perth signed on an exciting three-year partnership as the official hotel partner for the inaugural 2018 ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth golf tournament.

Located in the CBD, just moments away from the Swan River and a short walk from Perth’s main retail, dining and entertainment precincts, Pan Pacific Perth makes the perfect location for both corporate and leisure travellers.
 “We are so pleased to host the players, officials and fans again this year as they travel to Perth and experience the personalised service that the Pan Pacific brand is renowned for,” said Rob Weeden, general manager of Pan Pacific Perth.
Last year, The ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth revolutionised tournament golf with a new format. The game combined 54 holes of traditional stroke play across the first three days, with a knockout match play format for the fourth and final round.  The 2018 event is set to continue its modernisation of golf from 
February 11 to 8 at Lake Karrinyup Country Club.
 
As a partner, Pan Pacific Perth will be offering experiences for its key clients including Walk Inside The RopesPlay In The Official Tournament Pro-AM and Play The CourseWalk Inside The Ropes offers an exclusive meet & greet with the players and officials of the event. Play In The Official Tournament Pro-AM and Play The Course allow Pan Pacific Perth’s selected guests to golf amidst a professional tournament setting.
 
In return, Pan Pacific Perth will support the event with special accommodation and dining offers. Its Grand River Ballroom will also host the Cocktail Reception of the event.

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