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The Event

Our 14th Annual Australian Hellenic Golf Open (AHGO) will be held at The Metropolitan Golf Club on Monday 23 October 2017. The AHGO will be a handicap Individual Stableford format played over 18 holes. The winner will be the player with the highest Individual Stableford points. Players will be divided into A, B and C Grade which will provide opportunities to in Longest Drive and Nearest to the Pin for each Grade.

The maximum tournament handicap is 27. All participants must have an official AGU handicap (Golf Link number) to be eligible to compete and win any of the competitions, including the first Prize. Individual handicap information must be provided with application form submitted and at registration prior to the commencement of the tournament. The handicap will need to be confirmed by a Golflink number. Social Golfers with social handicaps can participate, subject to availability based on number of official handicap golf entrants, but will not be eligible for any of the official competition prizes.

We are also holding a Cocktail Event on Sunday 22 October 2017 at the Hellenic Museum in Melbourne CBD. All participants in the Golf day will have complimentary access and can also purchase an additional ticket to bring along a partner.

The Course

The Metropolitan Golf Club located in the renowned sandbelt courses of Melbourne and is widely recognised as one of the finest championship courses in Australia. Metropolitan enjoys a reputation as one of the best-conditioned and most beautiful courses in the country. Pure couch grass fairways with large, fast bent-grass greens that are hand-mown to the edges of the greenside bunkers add greatly to the challenge of the course.

The Entry Fee/ Registration

The entry fee for the tournament is $250 and registrations can be made via the following link through Trybooking:

  1. 2017 AHGO click on

Tickets for the Cocktail Event are $30 and can be purchase via:

  1. Cocktail Event only click on

What’s included in your AHGO registration:

  • One entry to AHGO event
  • Breakfast prior to tee-off
  • Buffet Lunch
  • Eligibility for prizes including Hole in One chance (must have valid handicap)
  • 1 ticket to cocktail function at Hellenic Museum, Sunday afternoon (3-6 pm), October 22nd, 2017 (Additional cocktail ticket can also be purchased).

Entry into the event will be based on successful Registration with an email confirmation, received with Tournament places available on a first come first served basis until all tournament positions are filled. All registrations must be accompanied by verification of golf handicap (valid golflink number). Due to the growing popularity of the event waiting lists are not uncommon. Please ensure your entries are submitted as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

All successful registered participants will be provided with a tournament itinerary closer to the date of the event.

The following is the proposed Tournament Itinerary for the 2017 AHGO (subject to changes):


Monday 23rd OCTOBER 2017
The Metropolitan Golf Club
06.30am – 07.15am Registration / Light Breakfast
07.30am Formal Welcome / Players addressed
07.45am Players proceed to allocated hole
08.00am Shot-gun start
12.30pm -3pm Lunch / Presentations


Nike Trophy

The 2016 AHGO champion, George Andrianopoulos, was presented with the perpetual "Nike" trophy. The trophy,sculpted by Michael Meszaros, is based on the "Winged Victory" statue of goddess Nike by Paianios. "Nike"in bronze, is walking through Pentelic marble to victory. The marble was donated by the Glyfada GolfClub in Athens and stands on Tasmanian Blackwood to symbolise the bonds between Greece and Australia.


Event Partners

We are pleased to announce the following 2017 Event Partners:

Tournament Sponsors:
Sutcliffe Engineering
Gold Sponsors: Bronze Sponsors:
Grecian Tours Accountancy Group
Poulos Bros Seafood ADK Insurance Brokers
  Better Box
  Directed Electronics
  Gant Communications
  Golf Star Academy
  LV Furniture
  Pay Plus HR
  Surdex Steel
  Triakosia Restaurant
  Vulcan Steel
  Victorian Multicultural Commission
Media Partner
Greek Media Group (3XY / TaNea)

We are currently in the process in onboarding a few more event partners with details to be provided accordingly.


Tournament Charity

One of the aims of the event is to raise money for a worthwhile charity organisation. The event we will also be supporting the Research into Dementia for Elderly Greeks conducted by Clinical Psychologist Dr Mathew Staios from Monash University. Dementia is prevalent not only throughout the Hellenic community but is also widespread across numerous cultures, following mass migration to Australia in the 1960s.

We encourage the participants to dig deep and donate towards the charity. All proceeds raised will go towards the Research into Dementia. The Golf day will provide all participants with the chance to win some great prizes as part of the scheduled Charity Hole in One, including a car for each lucky Hole in Ones achieved.

All proceeds will be donated to Dementia in elderly Greek migrants.

If you have any further queries regarding the Tournament or joining the AHGF please email or contact:
Theo Theodore 0417571977