The Outlet Podcast: NZ Open tournament director Michael Glading

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Posted 27 February, 2024
NZ Open

New Zealand Open tournament director Michael Glading chats with host Brent Harbour on this edition of The Outlet Queenstown podcast.

He provides a deep dive into the fabric of the prestigious tournament, and his own journey from a long-haired youth caddying for golf legend Bob Charles to orchestrating the tournament itself.

He talks talent, players, the attraction of the tournament, celebrity ambassadors, and strategic growth plans, including the prospect of expanding to three courses.

The episode wraps up with a tip sheet of Kiwi golfers to watch, setting the stage for the anticipated event this weekend, which has free admission for spectators. 

The pros compete for a total prize purse of $2 million in the tournament, from 29 February to 3 March, presented by Sky Sport and broadcast on Sky Sport 6.

 

 

 


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