Mount Isa's million dollar hole in one chance is just days away.
The city is the final destination of the event staged across six Outback Queensland locations in June and July.
Luke Bates, Golf Operations and State Senior Manager - Queensland, Golf Australia said the $1 million dollar hole-in-one challenge on Sunday July 28 at the Mount Isa Golf club with tee off after lunch.
"As part of the Mount Isa experience, there's three days of golf, with nine holes on Friday, Saturday and Sunday," Mr Bates said.
"The event will also include a dinner under the stars on the Friday and Sunday nights and a free junior golf clinic on Saturday morning".
On Friday comedian Steve Allison will entertain while Catherine Alcorn will perform her critically acclaimed role channelling Bette Midler for the Miss Bette Outback Queensland masters special.
On Sunday, Australia's leading Didgeridoo master William Barton will perform a range of his original and spinetingling works. Born in Mount Isa, William is one of the great virtuosos in the world and has played with the Philharmonic Orchestras in London and Berlin.
Bush band The Bushwackers will be wielding their fiddles, accordions, mandolin, guitars, bass and drums to have everyone up and dancing to close the inaugural Masters in true heel to toe Australian style.
Mr Bates said that for non-golfers and spectators there was an Outback Entertainment Pass which was the ticket to enjoy the dinner under the stars and live entertainment.
"For people who have a player or spectator pass, the live entertainment and dinner under the stars is already included in their pass," he said.
There will also be a free junior golf clinic with Darren Weatherall, certified PGA professional, at Mount Isa Golf Club on Saturday from 8:30-9:30am
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