Ladies I am happy to advise that Thursdays game will be fee free. If you have not put your name down on the sheet, please phone me before Tuesday so you may be included in the draw.Pauline R ⛳️⛳️⛳️
Please do not drive nearer than 15 metres from surrounds of ALL greens
Motorised carts ALLOWED
FAIRWAYS & PATHS ONLY
only 17 braved the weather and played. We did not get one drop of rain the whole time, except the afternoon players would have copped a shower at the end. I’d say there would have been a lot of members who wished they had of played.
NOTICE: THE BLUE LINES ARE NOW IN PLACE AROUND THE GREENS. ALL BUGGY DRIVERS ARE ON NOTICE, WITH EXCEPTION OF THE MEMBERS WITH MEDICAL REASONS. THE GROUND STAFF AND THE CAPTAINS WILL BE MONITORING AND WILL BE TAKING PHOTOES OF OFFENDERS AND THEY WILL BE ASKED WHY THEY CANNOT KEEP BEHIND THE BLUE LINES AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO SUSPENSION BY THE MATCH COMMITTEE.
IF YOU HAVE A LEGITIMATE REASON FOR DRIVING CLOSE TO THE GREENS THEN APPLY THROUGH THE COMMITTEE AND WE WILL ISSUE A PASS FOR YOU TO DO SO. WE ALSO WILL TELL THE HEAD GREENKEEPER SO THAT YOU WON’T HAVE YOUR PHOTO TAKEN.
Results: one Division only.
Winner: G. Johnston. 40pts
R/Up: C. Dunn (who also had a 🦅 birdie on the hole I’ve forgotten)
NTPs : 2nd C Dunn. 7th. M. Noakes. 12th. S. Woolley. 16th. M. Jessop
Run Down to 35pts. Pro Pin: S. Woolley. $17.00
THURSDAY June 28th
Golf Course Open NO Motorised carts allowed
Ladies Competition cancelled and also function for the day
Ladies the draw for Thursday 28th June is now on the web site, shotgun start 7.30 for 8.00am . This is a fee free day and a light lunch will be served. Barry will have a pro Pin for the usual $1. Our pins will be 2nd shot on 2nd and 7th hole, 2 Divs.
The game is 4 ball match play – lowest player of 4 plays off scratch, other 3 deduct the lowest markers h/cap from their h/c and play as per match index on back of card.
Remember to dress up as your favourite sporting team and enjoy your day. Pauline ⛳️⛳️⛳️
Wednesday 11th July: delete 4BBB Stableford, and Qual round of 4BBB Matchplay. Insert: Single Stableford 2 Divisions. 16th, 25th and 1st of August. Delete all rounds of the Match play championship.
Golfers are enjoying winter golf when the grass is thinner and the ball runs longer. It is much easier to play from the rough now that the summer growth is gone.
Winter has provided some frost and strong, drying winds which have impacted the course.
The greens team work tirelessly to keep the course in best condition and golfers will have noticed repairs to the top of the moat wall outside the fenced golf precinct.
More than any other time of the year, winter is when golfers need to help with looking after the course.
Drivers of motorised buggies can play a significant role in protecting the course by driving where ever possible on the buggy paths. Golfers know the damage that buggies cause when they are taken too close to the greens and tees. Buggies are not to be taken closer than 15 metres from the green. The greens team will repaint the blue lines which mark the buggy boundaries. The Captains advise that ‘Any person in a motorised buggy who continues to infringe on the 15 metres rule, may be suspended from competition play’.
It is understood that a small number of golf members have their medical circumstances registered with the Captains and that they can only play golf with the aid of a motorised cart. The drivers of these members can approach greens and tees more closely but only in the context of the strict conditions advised.
More generally all golfers can help look after the course by ensuring divots are filled in and that extra attention is paid to filling divots on Par 3 tee blocks.
Social golfers’ inappropriate use of motorised carts is now being monitored more closely. Complaints by members and nearby residents about social golfers driving on greens, tees and through bunkers are being escalated to the Club Banora Duty Manager who is coming the Pro Shop or onto the course to challenge the offenders.
Golf Members who witness inappropriate behaviour should call the Pro Shop where a decision will be made to directly investigate or refer the matter to the Duty Manager.
Thank you to the vast majority of golfers who love the game and make every effort to protect our golf course.
. Not a bad day chilly but beat the rain. A winner Peter Mcray B Max (life member) Jessop and C grade Ian Payne . Scores were a bit low so reluctantly run down went to 33. Just a reminder when u get nearest the pin u must write your name on the card otherwise no name no win so anybody inside that pin loses out also .We are going well financially so we put up the first prize to $40 hope u all appreciate just cracking a merlot cheers capt Dave I hope the spelling was better thjs week .Good Golfing.
Another day in paradise, sunny but 😎 cool. Good scores were had by all. Don’t forget the “GRUESOMES’ are on next Sunday. The ladies have been practicing there tut tut, eye rolling and mumbling under there breadth. The men practice hanging there head, or just looking up at the sky when they put there partners in some terrible places. Good fun to be had, stories to tell.
4 BBB today Winners: B. Hall, M. Patterson 51pts
Runners Up : O. Little, P. Edwards 50pts
Ball Rundown to 43pts.
Captain Max 🏌️⛳️