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9 Hole Women's Golf update

Topic: Womens Golf

Nine Hole Women’s Golf Update

Mid Winter Irish Stableford Fun Day & Lunch Wednesday 19 June

What a shame to have frost ruin the golf on such a lovely day for the second year running! Although the Irish Stableford fun golf had to be cancelled, it was great to see that about 6 groups managed to play later in the morning once the frost had cleared. We had a good turnout for the lunch and our thanks go to Grant and his team for a delicious meal adding to the enjoyment.

The Irish Stableford will be rescheduled in August – watch the Wrap for details.

Scramble Results for Monday 24th June

Front 9

Anna Masefield 20 points $10

Anne O’Connell & Bonnie Rendell 17 points $5 each

Back 9

Mihwa Lee 19 points $10

Wendy Kusabs & Leanne Bode 17 points $5 each


Mihwa Lee $12

Scramble dates for July

Wednesdays; 3rd, 17th & 31st July

Mondays; 8th & 22nd July

Members’ Information Evening Monday 24th June

The board and management updated members about revenue, course improvements, Top Tracer & future developments. There was some discussion around tee bookings as there has been a problem with members making multiple bookings then failing to cancel or utilise them. Members were asked if they were happy with the 10 day booking system, or would it be better to be 2 weeks? Or back to 1 week? Also, should each member be restricted to a particular number of bookings in the system? If so, how many? It was suggested that perhaps 4 bookings per member in the current 10 day system would be appropriate. Please discuss these things and give feedback to our 9 hole committee so we can pass on your thoughts.

It was announced in the meeting that the Yellow tees will be replaced with Green tees in the next couple of weeks. They will be in the same place or very near to the existing Ladies yellow tees and will also be available as an option for men. Shorter Red tees will also be introduced initially placed temporarily on the course and eventually permanent Red tee blocks will be developed.