- ANZAC Day
- Course Status
- The Menu
- Coming Events
- Recent Results
- "Who Am I ?" Competition
- A Little Humour
Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 limitations, the usual ceremonial events held at BGC will not occur this year. A flag lowering ceremony will be held for the club by David Farthing on our behalf. There are other ways for members to show their support for those who gave of themselves for our country in times of war. One of these is to "show a light", where individuals or families hold a candle or a light at 6am on their own driveway (stay separated from your neighbours) and recite the Ode. Lest We Forget.
- The 'long-awaited' 4th fairway extension has begun (see the photos) and as a result a temporary tee has been setup. The hole now plays from amongst the trees below the green, with a distance of 110m.
- The areas on the 'Closely mown Fairways' which have become bare due to the die-off of the grass are to be treated as GUR.
- Please read my coverage of the Crow issues which have been occurring on the 5th fairway and green (see my "Breaking News" blog).
- The newly extended cart storage unit has nearly been completed. We are just waiting for the electrician to wire up the new section to provide lighting and charging power for carts.
- I've passed on to the Ground Staff the many complimentary comments I've received from players , regarding the fantastic state the course as currently being presented. I'm sure you all echo that appreciation.
The culinary delights continue again this week. Below is the latest information from Tim Davis. Be sure to take advantage of this fabulous initiative, it supports the club, and definitely makes your dining decisions over the weekends so much easier!!
I trust that you are all remaining safe and well. Thank you so much for all who have supported our takeaway meals for the last 3 weeks. The response continues to be fantastic.
This week the pick-up day is Friday only (due to Anzac day Public Holiday)
Our menu for this week is Anzac day themed:
2 course ($25 per person)
Roast Lamb with roast vegies, rosemary and mint gravy and potato gratin
Sticky Date Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce
Soup ($10 per person)
Carrot and Red Lentil
We are also offering our entire wine list for takeaway at a 10% discount. I have attached for your reference.
Payment to be made at the time of collection, only by EFTPOS (tap only) or BGC Member number. Cash payments cannot be accepted.
Please order by email to email@example.com or phoning 4861 1042 (option 4), with the number of meals and options required. Orders must be in by 5pm on Tuesday 21st April.
The collection day is only Friday for this week. Collection times will be staggered and I will advise of your time for pick up.
- The Winter Eclectic is underway, the signup sheet is on the wall in the pro shop.
- The John Owens knockout competition has been postponed UFN.
- The Friday "Nugget" competition continues. This was launched very successfully last Friday, and continues every week. It is the 2nd of our 'Gender-neutral' competitions (the Sunday comp is the other).
- Next Saturday 25th is ANZAC Day, and while the ceremonial aspects of the day are not being held, a Single Stableford golf competition is available under our current Covid-19 restrictions.
- May 02 is the next Monthly Medal day. Book in early as the sheet fills up very quickly.
Wednesday 15th April, Tom Mooney (26) again fired up the course with 45 points this time after losing 4 strokes following his 44 points the previous weekend, some very impressive figures, well done. In second, with 40 points was Glen Welsh (12). The field of 74 players shows how well the members are supporting the club at this time of isolation.
Saturday 18th April. The Warwick Armstrong Cup 2020. A fantastic field of 97 players ventured out onto the course in pairs to contest a popular event. With a score of 42 points, Andrew Tomkins (18) won the trophy and the day's event from Piero Dal Bianco (19) with 39 points. Congratulations to all players for showing such fine support for the club.
Sunday 19th April, The Sunday competition is becoming a regular event now, and this week the men took out both prizes. Adam Bell (49) scored 39 points to win the day from Harley Wendt (14) with a score of 36.
Sunday 19th April, the Final of the Arthur Brassey Knock out for single handicap Matchplay. A tight match fought out until the final hole with John Mulholland securing the prize 1 up from Jim Larkin. John congratulated his opponent and said he gave nothing away throughout. Congratulations John and well done to both.
Our current mystery member remains unidentified, so another clue might help.
"I scored 30 points last Saturday, playing off a Daily Handicap of 22", who am I?
Send your guess to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
(Note, the photo is a logo only)
"If you're wondering what day it is , it's the 87th of April!"
Now go Out and Enjoy a Game of Golf!!