Legendary Australian TV Presenter, Tim Gilbert has partnered with us to create the ultimate US Open Tour and is inviting you to join him on this great golfing journey in 2020.
With over 30 years of industry knowledge as a sports presenter, Tim is no stranger to the golfing world and has been playing the sport for over 40 years. As a lover of the game, he has played in his fair share of tournaments across the globe and picked up a bit of knowledge along the way. Tim has experienced the US Open many times, both personally and professionally, hosting the coverage of it when Geoff Ogilvy won the 2006 Championship at Winged Foot as well as reporting on the event when Retief Goosen won at Shinnecock Hills and Michael Campbell at Pinehurst Number 2. Through his experiences at the Championships and golf courses across the world, Tim brings a priceless level of golfing knowledge and insight to the table.
Working alongside Tim and our Travel Experts, we are thrilled with the opportunity to put this special limited tour together and offer anyone the opportunity to join Tim on this journey across America. The tour offers guests the perfect American golfing experience with tickets to Day 3 and 4 of the US Open at Winged Foot Golf Club, 3 rounds of golf in beautiful Oahu, 3 rounds in New York and 4 rounds in San Francisco. In addition, the tour includes 12 nights accommodation as well as all internal transfers for flights and golf.
More about Tim Gilbert
Tim Gilbert is a TV presenter for Sky News and Fox Sports News.
After a long television career with the Nine Network, he recently left in January 2019 after 23 years, with the last five of them as a presenter on the Today Show. As a veteran on Nine’s Wide World of Sports, where it all began for him in the mid 1990s, Gilbert was an integral part of Nine’s NRL and Cricket commentary teams.
Gilbert has travelled across the globe covering major sporting events including cricket in India, major golf tournaments in the USA, the London Olympics, the Vancouver Winter Olympics, as well as two Commonwealth Games, in Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur. He has also hosted the southern hemisphere’s biggest road cycling event, the Santos Tour Down Under for the last 7 years , and was the voice of Nine’s Ironman coverage.
In addition, Gilbert has worked within the Nine News team as one of their presenters and reporters.