Isuzu expands partnership #QldOpen

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Australia's most important truck brand, Isuzu, extended its long-term sponsorship of the Queensland Open until the end of 2021.

The new three-year agreement extends Isuzu Australia and Brisbane Isuzu's position as a sponsor of Queensland Open's naming rights to nine years.

Golf Australia and Isuzu today announced the sponsor extension, the last day of 2018 Isuzu Queensland Open at The Brisbane Golf Club.

The Chief Executive Officer of Golf Australia, Stephen Pitt, said the new scheme, from 2019 – 2021, would contribute to the further development and growth of the Isuzu Queensland Open.

"Isuzu's support in the past six years has ensured the continuation of the Open Queensland and has seen the Open go from strength to strength," said Mr. Pitt.

"Isuzu is a very successful organization and was a great partner for Golf Australia in our efforts to grow our game."

"The 2018 Isuzu Queensland Open is the most successful on record with interest in the event and the number of people has increased and it is very important and exciting that the first bitch in Becky Kay qualifies to play in the championship."

Isuzu Australia Dealer Sales Manager Queensland, Graham Miller said that Isuzu Australia, along with Brisbane Isuzu, was very pleased to confirm the continued support of the Isuzu Queensland Open golf tournament

"This year, of course, is the 94th staging of the event, unique in its format that professionals and amateurs compete against," Miller said.

"We look forward to working with Golf Australia to ensure that the tournament is an outstanding event in Australian golf summer."

Mr. Miller is supported by Brisbane Isuzu Dealer Principal, Alan Newcombe. Mr. Newcombe was a driving force behind the company's role in resurrecting the 94-year-old tournament at Brookwater Golf Club six years ago.

"I am delighted to be with the Queensland Open for another three years, and this partnership will help support the further growth of the tournament and help the game in Queensland grow," said Newcombe


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