GOLF COMPETITIONS & EVENTS
Lightning / Storms
Just a reminder to all members and players that in the event of dangerous weather you do not have to wait for the siren. You can seek shelter in the clubhouse immediately if the conditions are unsafe under the Rules of Golf (and common sense).
For 2024 Major Event dates you can go to timesheets/ select Monthly view and scroll to 2024.
Key dates are listed on top of timesheet – month to month.
For details regarding a history or all events and on course regulations go to the Policies page- select Member Handbook. Older members will recall the front section of the club syllabus. This is very similar.
Member Directory- if you need to contact other members use the member directory for phone numbers or emails.
There are a number of other policies listed on the policies page which we ask all members to read.
Club Championships 2023
Final Scores now available on the Miscore APP, or Mobile phone view of website under leaderboards. Go back to the 11th of November for full Championship scores. Scroll down for all event winners.
The golf committee are taking a very strict stance of course behavior at present. Anyone seen to be ignoring basic rules of replacing divots, pitch marks, pace of play, bunker raking and replacing rakes back in the correct spot will get a quick warning. A 2nd offence will be a short break from playing a the club. Senior staff have authority to monitor as well a golf committee member if they see anything, they have permission to politely ask the member to improve their etiquette.
We ask members’ to politely police their playing partners. If an issue arises please advise senior staff or the Club Captain.
We ask the low marker (over 18 years) in the group to ensure pace of play and all rules are followed by the whole group. After Hole 5- 1 hour 5 minutes, 9 hole 2 hours, 18 hole – 4 hours.
Groups of 3/4 should call through singles and pairs at 1st opportunity.
If an app user is getting asked to subscribed when they have already, please ask them to sign out and re-sign in with the correct user profile that the subscription matches with. They can call MiScore support on 08 9444 5300 for assistance if required.
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
Stroke 3 shot cap
The 3 shot stroke cap will be used for all stroke events other than championships.
Women’s Red / Gold Course
As of January 1 2024, the women’s Red course will change to a Gold course. The cards will be printed Gold, the course set up with be Gold and the tee markers changed. This is in line with GA recommended changes for golf clubs. We will remove the terminology of Women’s and Men’s tees/ courses, but have 3 courses for each, Blue, White, Gold set up for all players and the golf committee have the ability to play multi tee formats or single tee as they please.
Starter/ Junior / Beginner Tee
A small plaque has been placed at the start of most fairways as a starter/ beginner course. Scorecards are available and the club sees this as an ideal option for members to bring partners/ friends to the club to experience a friendlier/ shorter option for those new to golf. Summer twilight is an ideal time to bring new golfers into the game and the tee can be used for women’s 5 for 5 players and Women’s trial members. The tee is for social/ non competition play.
Guest Days 2023
See top of timesheets for guest days.
Typically they fall on;
- Grand final day Saturday-after 11am- comp play
- Easter Sunday
- Mothers Day
- New Years Day
- Open events- all open events- inc Medway Women’s Classic,
Some Saturdays and Sundays are open for 5 and 6 day members. Check top of timesheets for details.
If you use your house account at the club and/ or play competitions please check your house account balance online and top up $50 or more at all times to ensure speed of service at the club.
Your balance will show -$50 if you have $50 to spend.
Cash top ups and eftpos can be done at the POS at the club but prefer online top ups.
Charging Comp Fees to House account
2023 Men & Women Event Winners
Men Weekend Medal – January – Seth Galt, February – Gary Kirk, March John Griffiths, April- Doug Brown, May – Peter Cole, June – James Collingridge .July- Mark Oraniuk, August – Glenn Disney, September – Thomas Ngo, October – Peter Macnoe C/B, November – John Beyer
Men Midweek Medal January – Mark Egan , February – Ian Kennedy, March Allan Cullinger , April Paul Bozinov, May – Geoff Cooper June- Daniel Cooper, July – Brian Sweeney, August – Paul Williamson, September – David Thirlwall, October- George Kokot, November- Paul Huynh
Women’s Weekend Medal – January – Georgia Schwartz, February Stacie Gull, March – Bonnie Sandri , April- Steph Theodore, May – Hanh Tran, June – Cecelia Chan, July – Matilda Morgan, August – Lucy Schwartz, September – Hanh Tran C/B, October – Lorraine James, November – Georgia Schwartz
Women’s Tuesday medal- January- Kath Clark , February – Rosie Bolton, March – Pat Hallinan, April Julie Corby, May – Liz Watt , June – Karen Alberts, July – Leonie Johnson, August – Theda Barlow, September – Jenny Kelly, October- Kazumi Yamakoshi, November –
NJ Grant Memorial- Mike Vella
Bill James Family Cup – Matt Davidson & Joshua Walsh
Father & Son- Matthew Davidson & Joshua Walsh
Mixed Foursomes Championship – Alan Bent & Geraldine Livingstone
Corporate Cup- Boxshall
Corporate Challenge – Jakmax
R O Miles Memorial- Scott Sunderland
Brien & Johnson Memorial- Mitch Jamieson
Stan Booth Men Midweek Championship – Robert Summerhill
Men Matchplay Championship – Brendan Jamieson
Squire Massey (Medley) – Doug Brown
Harry Jones Cup (Medley)- Mitch Jamieson
Noonan Medal – Matilda Morgan
Team Cup – Foreign Legion
Bill Grieve memorial Cup day- Nathan Roylance
Neil Westaway – Brian Sanders
Bill Hutchison- Ron Uren
Hutchison Mixed- John & Carol McMillan
Gil Williams Senior Gross- John Damolis
Gil Williams Senior Net- Stephen Buckley
Women Open Champion – Georgia Schwartz
Women’s A Grade Champion – Hanh Tran
Women’s B Grade Champion -Leonie Smith
Women’s C Grade Champion – Vanessa Kerr
Junior Girls Gross- Georgia Schwartz
Women’s Gwen Allen Plate – Cecilia Chan C/B
Women’s Open Nett – Cecilia Chan
Women’s A Grade Nett -Eileen Mackenzie
Women’s B Grade Nett – Cecilia Chan
Junior Girls Nett – Matilda Morgan
Men Open Champion – Enshan Hooi
Men B Grade Champion – Matt Davidson
Men C Grade Champion – Paddy Brady
Men D Grade Champion – Jacob Vizzini
Junior Boys Champion Gross – Charlie Roylance
Junior Boys Nett – Kai Brooks
Men’s Open Plate – Julian Bartucca C/B
Men’s B Grade Plate – Stephen Buckley C/B
Men’s C Grade Plate – John Sicari
Men’s D Grade Plate – Peter Nguyen
Men medal of Medalist-Weekend
Men Medal of Medalist- Thursday
LEVEL 2 RULES OFFICIALS
Jill Gillingham, Brett Scothern, Jenny Kelly, Gabby Keating
GENERAL RULES ADVICE
John Dixon, Jack MacKenzie, Chris Jamieson, David Shaw, Sam Schepis
Hole in Ones 2022
2021 – Mark Robinson 10th hole 7th November 2021
|Linley Bielby||2nd January 10th hole 2022|
|Michael Finnigan||2nd January 10th hole|
|Rick Gribben||13th January 8th hole|
|Nick Tuddenham||26th March 8th hole|
|Paul Dalmau||30th March 17th hole|
|Tony Shearer||7th April 9th hole (and albatross)|
|Chris Morton||15th April 8th Hole|
|Graham Whittaker (Mt Derrimut GC)||28th April 8th hole|
|David Malmgren||26th May 10th hole|
|Dan Kordanovski||8th September 10th hole|
|Ethan Chung||12th November 17th hole|
|Nick Mifsud||17th December chipper- temp 8th|
|2023 Hole in Ones|
|Chris Jamieson||19th January- chipper- temp 8th|
|Dylan Chung||4th February – temp 8th chipper|
|Craig Purcell||29th April – 8th hole -chipper|
|George Carasividis||11th May – 13th hole|
|Brian Sweeney||20th May – 17th hole|
|Sam Schepis||9th July – 17th Hole|
|Mal Wulf||13th August – 17th hole|
|Charli Edwards||9th September – Chipper|
|Daniel Rolfe||28th October|