As we are getting closer to playing back in 3's and 4's, we are working with MiClub to finalise how fully vaccinated and non fully vaccinated can be efficiently managed. We will keep you all posted through email as to when we will be back to playing "as near to normal". Thank you for your patience and understanding, it has been a long stay at home period, but we have been able to play golf. We are better off than others.
The Oxley Plate has been moved to the 19th of December due to the restrictions relating to playing in 4's.
This is an annual event with Moss vale GC - a mixed 4BBB trophy. I'll keep you posted on when the sign up sheet is available. I hope to get a strong field to play at Moss Vale and win the plate.
This year we have a Presentation Night to celebrate the 2021 championship and trophy winners - I will finalise the date for you soon and let you know. It will be great to get back to having the Club House open once more...
A big thank you... landscaping donations
The latest donation is a significant load of treated hardwood fence posts which will be used on the 9th hole to secure the area around the Telstra tower and cemetery.
Thank you and keep it coming. (See photo below)
Also the final touches to the new path from the 8th to the 9th were made last Thursday morning. Look out for the new garbage bins, while not the most riveting topic to mention they do provide a valuable function. (see below photos below - click on them to enlarge for more detail)
The Sign Up Sheet will up on the notice board behind the Club House score card reader this Wednesday. The Competition will start on 2nd of October and continue until the end of March 2022. Competition is already hotting up even before the formal Competition starts, with both Les Brooker and Harry Caust breaking their age last Saturday. For more details, contact Alec Dietsch.
October is a big month for competitions, so book now in MiClub bookings. The club championships, lifestyle championships, junior champions and more.
This year we have a new Trophy event the Women's Lifestyle Trophy, this is to celebrate and recognise this important membership category for the future strength of the club. (see photo below)
With a great score of 48 points Mark De Jager and Chris Shaw combined to win the 4BBB. Also with 48 the runners up were Ash Southon and Daniel Weekes.
An amazing scoring day - maybe the greens should be renovated more often(??). With 49 points on a count back the winners were Grant Blanchard and Stephen Haywood from Craig Houden and Dick Hiser. Well done to Chris Barry, with 47 points, who took the individual winner prize. Ball winners went down to a mere 46 points!!
Sunday - Medley Stableford
With a good score of 41 points Luc Puchert won the day with runner up from Moore Park GC Jet Ostrer.
Monday Madness - Medley Stableford
With 37 points Jacob Nicholls won the day.