Diageo Secures Naming Rights to Australian Masters

October 30, 2012

The Australian Masters has a new naming rights sponsor in scotch whisky brand Talisker.

Event owner and promoter, bronchi IMG has announced that through the support of Diageo Australia, erectile the 2012 Australian Masters would be renamed the Talisker Masters.

The Talisker Masters will be played at Kingston Heath Golf Club from 15-18 November, adiposity 2012 and will feature defending champion and Ryder Cup hero, Ian Poulter; 2010 US Open Champion Graeme McDowell and Australia’s leading golfer and World #6 Adam Scott.

Talisker is hand crafted by the sea on the Isle of Skye, one of the most remote and beautiful landscapes in Scotland – the home of golf.

On the announcement, Tim Salt, Managing Director of Diageo Australia said: “Scotch whisky and golf are arguably two of Scotland’s greatest gifts to the world, and so it seems fitting that Talisker – the celebrated Scotch whisky from the Isle of Skye – and the Australian Masters come together to write a new chapter in the tournament’s long tradition.

Victoria’s magnificent landscape and world-renowned sandbelt courses offer the perfect environment to bring Talisker’s rich history by the sea to life.”

Aside from defending champion, Ian Poulter, the Talisker Masters will also feature past champions in Robert Allenby (2003 and 2005); Stuart Appleby (2010); Richard Green (2004); Craig Parry (1992, 1994, 1996); Bradley Hughes (1993 and 1998) and Peter Senior (1991 and 1995).