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**Saturday Time Sheets**

Everyone to note please that from and including Thursday 31/11, you may drop into or call the Office from 7am to put your name on the Time Sheet for Saturday the following week

NO messages are to be left if the phone is engaged. Please call back, otherwise your name won't be put on the sheet.

Robert McFarlane - Club Manager

Footjoy Shoe Sale

Time for a new pair of shoes?? If so, drop into the Pro shop and check out the following specials. There are various sized of each, but stocks are limited and it won't be possible to get anymore at the same price.

Icon Style (Full Leather - RRP $439.95   Sale Price $179

Hyperflex Style - RRP $249.95  Sale Price $109

Mens Trophy Presentation Day  20/11

Approximately 45 members attended the presentations.

The following are some of the worthy recipients:

Bryson Nicholls_3.JPGYoung Bryson Nicholls who had another great year picking up 4 trophies for Overall C Grade, Captains Shield for best "Net" Junior, Perrett Shield (with Simon Babb) & Bath Shield 

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Adam LambClub Champion               Gerard Irvin - B Grade Champion

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Gavin Young- Quarterly Medal No.2     David Wallace - Gordon Russell Memorial

                                                                        (with Saul Culican)

Congratulations to all Trophy Winners in 2016

Jeff Crabbe Clifton Springs.JPGCongratulations to Jeff Crabbe who sprung into action at Clifton Springs today (19/11)

Jeff had another day out today, this time winning the Clifton Springs Open 27 Hole Gross event with 106 off the stick 72/34. It was only a fortnight ago he also won the Gross event at the Lara Open and 5 months ago that he won at Beeac.

Well done. Where to next??

Thumbs Up to Green Thumbs

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Garden 3.JPGDoesn't the garden in front of the Club House look "a picture" at present, with all it's color, bird baths etc.!!!  A big thumbs up to Dawn Forbes, Marlene Molnar and others who have helped them both with planting and maintenance, including Nola Stacey who has been feeding the roses and one of the guys who sprayed them with white oil the other day.. You may have noticed this morning that Dawn and Marlene have also begun some work around the garden beds on the 10th tee, which has already given them a lift. We'll be rivalling Augusta before we know it.

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Don't forget to check the Local Rules Board on the arch to the entrance to the 1st tee each competition day, to ensure you keep abreast of any changes

Ian Knell - Club Captain

computer image.jpgClub Web Site is a great way to find out the latest news on things going on around the club as well as checking out match results which are usually available on the site the same day or early next.

Can you please let your golfing buddies know about it and how to log on. The more we get using the site the better. If you have any "newsy" items you'd like to submit we'd love to hear from you. Simply email details through to '" or pass them on to me 

Blank Photo.pngAs it's hard to catch up with everyone, if you haven't had your photo taken, it would be great if you can email one, so that it can be included with results,  


Andrew Beechey

 Repairing Pitch Marks 

Pitch mark.jpgHow lucky are we to have such excellent greens. We owe it to Colin and his staff as well as fellow members to do our best to look after them. Repairing pitch marks is one way we can assist in this regard. The marks can cause the grass in the depression to die, leaving not just a scar but also a pit in the putting surface. Done properly and promptly the mark will normally heal within 24 hours- otherwise it could cause more damage and take 3 or more weeks for the grass to recover. So let's always fix our pitch marks and, if time allows, any others we notice on the green, Don't forget too to  fill any divots on and off the fairway.

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Never insert the prongs into the depression itself, but at the rim of the depression. Pushing the bottom of the depression upwards only tears the roots and kills the grass.

It would be appreciated if everyone could be mindful of the need to keep up a good pace around the course to mimimise hold ups for groups behind. 

This is especially important given our ever increasing number of players

Ian Knell
Club Captain

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