Since the Golf Club closure due to COVID19, a few issues have been brought to attention. 1. Membership Fees –Your Twin Towns Membership Twin Towns will extend your Club Membership for the period during which the Club is closed. Membership renewals will not be sent until the Club reopens. Your
In these unprecedented times the Club has been faced with many decisions on how best to protect our members, our staff and our contractors from the likelihood of becoming exposed to the corona virus. There has been numerous measures implemented by the Club and also the measures imposed upon us
Twin Towns are working on a plan of when the gates will be open for access, currently open to midday Friday and possibly set times and days after that. Rodger will come back to you with details.
Great to see that Golf competition continued into this week when so many Twin Towns club activities closed as Government protection against the virus kicked in. Well done to the Golf Committee who did everything they could to support consistency with protecting golfers against virus risk and meeting golf competition
Golf will proceed tomorrow Wednesday 25Th March 2020 under the following rules: AT ALL TIMES A DISTANCE OF 1.5 METRES SHOULD BE KEPT BETWEEN PLAYERS 6 people only to be in the Pro Shop at any one time (including staff) and at computer screens. Only 2 players at Touch screens
A new group has been set up on Facebook. It is called Club Banora Golfers. The group has been set up so we can keep in touch with our Banora Golfing people even when they are self isolating. Anyone can join and post.
Well boys 49 players today so only 2 divisions.Div.1 winner John Bryant (15)39 pts runner up David Wallis (8) 37 pts . Div 2 winner Dennis Jones (23) 39 pts and runner up Barry McFadden(27) 35 pts rundown a generous 32 pts all in.Nearest the pins 2nd and 7th Wayne(dingy)
As you will be aware Golf Australia have issued a “MAY CHOOSE “ list of ways to keep the Corona Virus at bay whilst still enjoying a round of golf. Your Management Committee will be meeting to discuss what measures we need to adopt to keep us all safe. You
Finally we had a glorious day to play golf today and 36 ladies took advantage of the beautiful day to enjoy a dry round of golf on an ever improving golf course. Due to the limitations caused by the Corona Virus there was no presentation today. I would like to
Please note that the Island House will be closed indefinitely from Thursday March 19 2020. This decision was made by TTSC on Government advice due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Golf will still be played as normal, pending future decisions from TTSC. Appreciate your understanding on this matter. Brent McLennan PRESIDENT