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Bruce Cleeve: Scoty stableford winner

By |2020-03-17T11:52:26+11:00March 17th, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf Saturday March 14th.

Tuross Head men golfers compete for the single stableford Scoty Medal on Saturday and Bruce Cleeve emerged as the winner with a score of 36 points beating Allan Gannon on a countback.
Troy Kingdom, with 35 points finished in third spot ahead of Greg Booth and Colin Houghton who both scored 35 points.
The day’s event was sponsored by Graeme Bell.

Nearest the pin winners in A grade, were Marty Booth on the 4th hole, Dave Schmid on the 6th and
Troy Kingdom was closest on the 7th hole.
B grade player Frank Pomfret won the 4th hole, Bruce Cleeve was the best on the 6th and Ian
Kingston won the 7th.
Mike Allen was awarded the 4th hole in C grade division and Herb Muriwai won the 6th.

Thursday’s medley stableford was won by Glen Shearer with a high score of 39 points,
Ian McManus and Greg Smith with 36 points each filled second placing and
Tony Russell was the remaining award winner with 35 points.
Nearest the pins were won by Rick Bracks and Bob Hay.

Photo: Stableford winner Bruce Cleeve with event sponsor Graeme Bell

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown

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Tim Watson wins March monthly medal

By |2020-03-10T06:46:55+11:00March 10th, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf Saturday March 7 2020
Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf were able to hold their monthly medal round even though 90 mm’s of rain fell during the week. Thanks to the work of ground superintendent Tim Watson and his crew the course was open and even able to carry golf carts due to much improved drainage work that has been installed.
Tim Watson also took advantage of the conditions by winning the A grade division with an excellent score of net 68 strokes ahead of Colin Houghton 70 and Adam Husband 74.
B grade best was Anthony Lore with a net 72 followed by Paul Scholze 74 and Tony Brown 75 strokes.
Shane Gschwend won C grade with 71. Michael Allen and Michael Elfar who both scored 75 strokes were the place getters.
The Golden Shot award for the closest second shot on the par 4 second hole was won by Leigh Coloe with 2.90 metres.
Colin Houghton’s round of 72 strokes was the best off the stick score of the day.
Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfer Troy Kingdom on the 4th hole, Bob Hay on the 6th and Ian McManus won the 7th.
B grade player Wayne Fullerton was closest on the 4th and Bruce Brawn won the 6th hole.
Steve Johnston was the best on the 4th hole and Nigel Baring won the 6th hole in the C grade
division.

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Escape to Tuross Head

By |2020-03-05T14:26:30+11:00March 5th, 2020|Categories: Golf Events - Women, Uncategorized|

Adam Hills, the author of Best Foot Forward, host of ABC TV program The Last Leg plus the upcoming Spicks and Specks reunion shows, was in Tuross Head recently.
Through the courtesy of the Sunday Telegraph Escape magazine you can view Adams opinion of our town.
“It’s quite, beautiful, fun – put simply – it’s a happy place. Just don’t tell too many people about it,” he says.
Read the full report by clicking on the following link.

 

adam hills escape

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Close finish men’s stableford

By |2020-03-02T09:20:04+11:00March 2nd, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

Tuross Head men golfers competed in a stableford competition this week and the first five players all recorded the same score of 38 stableford points.
A countback resulted in first place being awarded to Paul Medwin followed by Richard Kelly, Bob Hay, Allen Gannon and Steve Johnston.
Balls were won by players scoring down to 29 points.
Nearest the pins were won by:
A grade golfer Bob Hay on the 4th hole, Marty Booth on the 6th and Brad Doolan on the 7th.
Bruce Martin was the closest B grade golfer on the 4th hole.
Frank Pomfret won the 6th and Peter Nikolic the 7rh hole.
C grade division results saw Paul Medwin win the 4th hole, Steve Johnston the 6th and David Dow the 7th.
Thursday’s medley stableford event was won by Stephen Swanbury with 37 points ahead of Wayne Fullerton on a countback.
Brad Doolan scored 36 points and Peter Nikolic 34 points for the remaining awards.
Nearest the pins were won by Allan Langford on the 4th hole, Mick Hogan on the 6th and
Richard Wharton won the 7th.

Photo: Stableford  winner Paul Medwin with event sponsor Bob Hay.

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown.

 

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THCC Golf Program March 2020

By |2020-02-25T16:54:31+11:00February 25th, 2020|Categories: Golf Events - THCC|

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Brenden Taylor: Runaway par winner

By |2020-02-24T14:12:28+11:00February 22nd, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf|

Tuross Head men’s golfers competed in an 18 hole par event on Saturday and Brenden Taylor was the
runaway winner with a high score of plus 7.
Darren Willmouth score of plus 4 saw him fill second place with Paul Ferguson, Martin Booth and Michael Elfar, all finishing with plus 2, taking out the remaining award positions.
Balls were awarded by Tony Russell, the event sponsor, down to a score of minus 2.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfers Ron Rogers on the 4th hole, Mark Connor on the 6th and Ken Brown on the 7th hole.
B division golfer Bruce Lidbury won the 4th hole and Peter Hogan won the 6th.
Mick Elfar was the best of the C grade players winning the 4th and Mike Allen won the 6th.

Thursday’s medley stableford competition was won by Glen Shearer with an excellent score of 43 points ahead of Ian Manton 39, Robert McDonell 37 and Ashley Greenwood 35 points.

Photo: Tony Russell, event sponsor, congratulates par winner Brenden Taylor.

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown.

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Lance Shadbolt: Tuross Scoty stableford winner

By |2020-02-18T16:25:14+11:00February 15th, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf Saturday February 15th 2020

Tuross Head men golfers competed in the monthly stableford competition this week and Lance
Shadbolt emerged as the outright winner with a score 0f 40 stableford points.
Consistent golfer John Eglitis filled second placing with 39 points ahead of Michael Hogan on a countback.
Ian Manton 38 points and Michael Elfar 37 filled the remaining award positions.
Balls were awarded down to 31 points.
Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfers Ron Rogers on the 4th hole.
Brad Doolan won the 6th and Ken Brown was closest on the 7th.
John Phyland had a good day winning both the 4th and the 6th hole in B division and Reg apps won the 7th.
Mick Elfar was the best of the C grade golfers winning the 4th hole and Peter Dugan was awarded the 6th.

Jim Madden receives, on behalf of the Moruya Jockey Club,  a presentation plaque from club president Andrew Gordon.

The plaque acknowledges their continuing support for the Tuross Head Country Club men’s open championships, which were held recently.

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown

 

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Tuross Head Country Club INSIDEGOLF Promotion

By |2020-02-06T10:34:58+11:00February 6th, 2020|Categories: Golf Events - Men, Uncategorized|

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf has initiated a promotion in the February issue of Australia’s most read national magazine Inside Golf.

This publication is distributed through all golf clubs and it is also accessible through their website.

Tuross Head is highlighted with an editorial coverage of our golf course and a guided tour of our attractions.

Visitors are challenged to take the turnoff on the Princes highway and come and visit us.

You can view by clicking on:

Tuross Head NSW South Coast

 

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Tuross Head Country Club Promotion

By |2020-02-04T14:26:36+11:00February 1st, 2020|Categories: Golf News, Uncategorized|

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf has initiated a promotion in the February issue of Australia’s most read national magazine Inside Golf. This publication is distributed through all golf clubs and it is also accessible through their website.

Tuross Head is highlighted with an editorial coverage of our golf course and a guided tour of our town’s
attractions. An advertising support also jointly supports our bowling and fishing sub club attractions.

Visitors are challenged to take the turnoff on the Princes highway and come and visit us.

You can view by clicking on:

Tuross Head NSW South Coast 

 

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February Monthly Medal Highlights

By |2020-02-03T13:16:17+11:00February 1st, 2020|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf|

Tuross Head monthly medal round, held over three divisions, resulted in many low scores by the competing golfers.
The A grade medal was won by well know south coast player, and Tuross Head member, Brad Doolan with a net 68 score. This was the lowest net score of the day. Brad was closely followed by Paul Ferguson with 69 and Stephen Walker with a net 70.
B grade medal winner was Greg Booth, who won with a score of 69 strokes, ahead of Ian Kingston with
70 and Peter Hogan 71 net strokes.
Nigel Barling was the best of the C grade players and he returned a card of 70 net strokes.
Shane Gschwend and Herb Muriwai, both with 72, filled the remaining positions.
Balls were awarded down to 76 strokes.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade players Brad Doolan on the 4th hole, Adam Husband on the 6th and
Ian Lawson on the 7th.
B grade golfer John Phyland was closest on the 4th, Peter Hogan won the 6th hole and Steve Collins the 7th.
In the C grade division Shane Gschwend was the best on the 4th hole and Rod Bowron won the 6th and Mike Allen the 7th.

Thursday’s medley stableford competition was won by visiting up and coming young golfer Lachlan Nordsvan with 45 points ahead of Steve Swanbury 38, Graham Moore and Bob Hay who both scored 37 points.
Nearest the pins were won by Peter Mostyn, Ron Rogers and Ian McManus.

Photo: Nigel Barling accepts monthly medal from club presenter Trevor Jones

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown

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