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Competition Times

Sunday All Year
Men’s 18 Hole - 8am start
Tuesday - Winter
Ladies 18 & 9 -  9am start 
Tuesday - Summer
Ladies 18 & 9 - 7.30am start
Thursday All Year
Mixed 18 Hole - 8am start
Saturday All Year
Mixed 18 Hole - 12.30pm start

Players are requested to present themselves to the starter at least 15 minutes before start time.




This page is designed to keep members up to date with what the Grounds Committee is currently undertaking or planned programs.

Fairway re-alignments

Over the last 2 months the grounds committee has been reviewing the widths of some of our fairways. The primary reasons for this are:

  1.  Reduce mowing cost, fairways are mowed up to 2 times a week, where as the roughs are mowed once a week or less.
  2.  Bringing in the fairways will allow us over time to have the cut line define our fairways.  This may take several years to achieve, thus we will still mark some fairways with a line and others with a partial line.  

Ninth Fairway Re Turfing

Approximately 1400m of Wintergreen Couch has become available to the club at a considerable discount.  This turf will be used to improve the ninth hole, specifically near the green and down the left hand side (facing the club house).  This is Scheduled for laying on Friday the 23rd, with box out starting on Thursday the 22nd after golf. A new sprinkler station will aNinthlso be installed on number 9 for this new turf.

We will be utilizing equipment from Greenacres Turf Group to lay the Turf, which will be supplied in big rolls



The 2653A John Deere mower will be sold as it is now surplus to requirements.  Also there are a couple of old mowers a Najon Park Master Tri Deck and John Deere 365 Cylinder mower, and an old seized grader blade that I am arranging to be taken away for their scrap value.



Jobs for Volunteers

There are a number of jobs that volunteers could help with

  • Build Stiles (Steps) over boundary fences.  3 on No 1, 1 on No 11 and 1 on No 12
  • Pick Up range balls
  • Sweep out Machinery and Buggy Sheds
  • Paint spare Tee  Markers 10 of each Red, Blue and White
  • Repair worn patches on Tee Boxes
  • Clean out Reticulation valve Boxes
  • Pick up fallen branches
  • Replace Tee sign holders where required
  • Trim around culverts, bins, signs, distance markers
  • Remove sprinklers from greens (No 7 and 13)
  • Plant grass in bare areas around greens.

If you can help with any of the above please contact the grounds committee.

Our Club membership fees are kept to a low level due to the members themselves maintaining the course with only minimal paid labour involved. Every member has the right and duty to assist in keeping the course in good condition. There are many light but essential jobs which need doing around the course throughout the year. If you are able, please volunteer your services and make yourself available when there are Busy Bees. Please note that failure to support the Club with voluntary course maintenance may lead to fee increases in order to fund hired labour.

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