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Greg Booth: Scores a hole in one on the 13th

By |2020-06-28T16:46:33+10:00June 27th, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

 

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Tuross Head men golfers exhibit ultra care with presentations

By |2020-06-22T10:59:09+10:00June 20th, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

 

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THCC Golf Program July 2020

By |2020-06-18T10:40:38+10:00June 18th, 2020|Categories: Golf Events - THCC, Uncategorized|

Golf Time Schedules

Ladies Golf: Tuesday 8.30 am for 9.00 am hit off.

Ladies and men Thursday Competition: Arrange time to suit.

Ladies and men vets:  Wednesday 8.30 am then time to suit.

Men Saturday Competition: Booking time to suit.

NEW GOLF RESTRICTIONS

The new restrictions which are now in place:

  1. If you are unwell in any way you are not permitted to participate in any form of golf.
  1. Social Distancing to be obeyed at all times.
  2. 1 person per Golf Cart (except if playing with spouse)
  3. No touching or removing the flagstick, the holes have a pool

noodle placed in them to stop the ball going to the bottom of the hole.

A temporary rule is in place which reads “If the ball goes

in the hole and bounces off the pool noodle it is to be classed as being holed”.

  1. No swapping of score cards, each player is to mark their own

card and score their playing partner.

Verify each other’s score at the completion of the round.

Only the player’s signature is required on the card.

  1. No shaking hands (or high fiving) during or after your round.

Obey social distancing guidelines.

  1. After your round please place your card directly into the Vets

score card box located on the BBQ bench.

Cards will collected and results determined post game.

  1. There will be no rakes in the bunkers.
  2. Bunkers will be preferred lies.
  3. You are asked to try and tidy the bunker with your shoe or club.
  1. There will be no NTPs or accuracy awards.

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Visiting golfers win at Tuross Head

By |2020-06-17T14:19:51+10:00June 17th, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

 

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Dave Gray leads stableford field home

By |2020-06-09T10:07:48+10:00June 9th, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf Saturday stableford competition resulted in a win for long time

supporter Dave Gray who scored a high 39 points.

Dave was followed by Stephen Gardner on 37 points.

Tuross Head golfers John Eglitis, Bruce Martin and Michael Coloe all finished with 36 points.

The stableford format will continue to be played each week with teams comprising four golfers and where golf carts are being used there must be only one person per cart.

Thursday’s medley competition was awarded to Ian McManus with 39 stableford points.

David Schmid filled second place with 37 points beating Greg Smith on a countback.

Bruce Martin, Rex Wood and Bruce Ware, all with scores of 36 points, were amongst the award winners.

Photo: Dave Gray courtesy Tony Brown

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THCC Golf Program June 2020

By |2020-06-01T12:15:53+10:00May 30th, 2020|Categories: Golf Events - THCC, Uncategorized|

Golf Time Schedules

Ladies Golf: Tuesday 8.30 am for 9.00 am hit off.

Ladies and men Thursday Competition: Arrange time to suit.

Ladies and men vets:  Wednesday 8.30 am then time to suit.

Men Saturday Competition: Booking time to suit.

NEW GOLF RESTRICTIONS

The new restrictions which are now in place:

  1. If you are unwell in any way you are not permitted to participate in any form of golf.
  1. Social Distancing to be obeyed at all times.
  2. 1 person per Golf Cart (except if playing with spouse)
  3. No touching or removing the flagstick, the holes have a pool

noodle placed in them to stop the ball going to the bottom of the hole.

A temporary rule is in place which reads “If the ball goes

in the hole and bounces off the pool noodle it is to be classed as being holed”.

  1. No swapping of score cards, each player is to mark their own

card and score their playing partner.

Verify each other’s score at the completion of the round.

Only the player’s signature is required on the card.

  1. No shaking hands (or high fiving) during or after your round.

Obey social distancing guidelines.

  1. After your round please place your card directly into the Vets

score card box located on the BBQ bench.

Cards will collected and results determined post game.

  1. There will be no rakes in the bunkers.
  2. Bunkers will be preferred lies.
  3. You are asked to try and tidy the bunker with your shoe or club.
  1. There will be no NTPs or accuracy awards.
With the opening of Clubs and Pubs from 1 June a series of Health protocols will be introduced at THCC to comply with new regulations.
Entry and Exit from the Club will by the front door only.
Temperature checks will be made and patrons must sign in and sign out.
In order to minimise the impost on the Club with all our Vets players having to register, pay and collect their cards, these activities will all be done outside in the BBQ area until further notice.
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Easy win for men’s club golf president, Andrew Gordon

By |2020-06-01T11:41:30+10:00May 30th, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf|

The welcome news for the week is that the club has reopened on Monday June 1st.

Most of the club facilities will be operating under the COVID-19 health protocols terms and conditions.

All social and sporting body members are asked to support the club and utilise their facilities as much as they can.

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golfers believe that they should always stay on the right side of their  club president and they did this on Saturday when they teamed together and helped him win the  day’s stableford competition.

Andrew Gordon, club president, however not only won, but he finished with a remarkable stableford score of 45 points. Paul Scholze was second with 39 points and Ian McManus 37, Ian Kingston 36  and Jim Wade 35 with points filled the remaining award positions.

Balls were awarded down to 32 points.

 

Thursday’s medley stableford competition was won by Ian McManus with 35 points winning on a countback from Roger Chappell and Stephen Swanbury.

Bruce Cleeve and Ashley Greenwood both scored 34 points.

Balls were awarded down to scores of 30 points.

Photo: Andrew Gordon is congratulated by Roger Chappell

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown

 

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By |2020-05-27T09:53:32+10:00May 23rd, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf|

Although conditional rules still apply, golf players at Tuross Head are enjoying the slight easing of  compliance needed, and hopefully are not far away from returning to normal standards.

Tuross Head Country Club men’s Saturday  stableford round resulted in a easy win for Roger Chappell with a high scoring round of 39 stableford points.

Darren Wilmouth and Paul Scholze, each scored 37 points to fill the minor placings, and Leigh Coloe with 36 points and Bruce Cleeve with 35 points were also in the leading group.

Balls were awarded down to 30 points.

Thursday’s medley stableford competition was won by Ian Lawson  with 39 points, winning on a countback from David Wooley and Herb Muriwai.

Nigel Baring 38 points and Peter Hogan 37 points also returned excellent score cards to feature in the awards.

Photo: Roger Chappell

 

 

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Proposed Membership Fees

By |2020-05-25T16:29:34+10:00May 22nd, 2020|Categories: Golf News, Uncategorized|

LETTER TO MEMBERS FOLLOWING BRIEFING BY THCC BOARD RE COVID 19

Last night, (May 20 2020) all Sub-Club Presidents were invited to attend a briefing by the THCC  board in relation to the COVID 19 crisis, also to inform us as to how the club is tracking financially along with a “road map out of the crisis”.

It was reported by President, Dave Sheppard that the THCC was in a strong financial position prior to the COVID 19 closure. As a result of the closure, the club will be between $130K-$150K short of funds.

With this in mind, All Members will be asked to make a donation of $50 (if financially possible), additional to the $15 Social Membership fee, when Membership Renewals are sent out in the next month.

If all 1900 members of THCC donate $50 the above shortfall is significantly reduced, and removes a great deal of financial pressure from the Club. We would encourage all members to donate at least this amount and any greater amount will be sincerely appreciated.

It was acknowledged by the Board the significant contributions that the golfers, and now the bowlers, are making to maintain the Sporting Facilities. Your financial support has not gone unnoticed.

It is anticipated that the THCC will resume some restrictive trade in June with patron numbers hoping to increase substantially by then. At present the restaurant is only open for take-away. The  bottle shop will continue to trade.

Trigger points for the reopening of the main club facilities and the dining room are subject to advice from Clubs NSW.

Andrew Gordon President THCC Men’s Golf

 

 

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THCC Board Report May 19 2020

By |2020-05-21T16:17:01+10:00May 21st, 2020|Categories: Golf News, Uncategorized|

Fellow Members

On Tuesday 19 May the board ad the first opportunity to meet with sporting sub-club

presidents for some months as a group. The Board considered it essential to re-engage face to face

and brief the sub club presidents on the THCC response to the COVID 19 public health emergency.

Click on attached link for a full report.

https://mailchi.mp/e9e85a8f3c98/timeout-tuross-12445242?e=890d9c0bb9

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