Tuross Head Men’s shed have constructed new sand boxes with recycling receptacles for every tee on the course. Mike Birks designed, Men’s Shed created.
This new feature has along with the new cart paths given the whole course another major lift. Such a bold golf course innovation has created interest from some notable golfing institutions, in particular Huntingdale in Victoria and of all places a course in Augusta America that wanted Men’s Shed to manufacture 48 boxes as they have a tournament in April and their present sand boxes look a bit shabby in comparison.
Anticipating demand Mike Birks has 3 patents pending so anyone wanting to copy will have to pay big time. Huntingdale are still interested but the club in Augusta Georgia want a pensioner discount as it states that almost all their members are old blokes and that after they had donated to the Trump campaign they are all a bit short of the readies.
So Men’s Shed Tuross “Take a Bow”. A great job well done.
Tuross Golf are claiming another local golfing hero to stand along side our Brendon Jones and Brad Doolan, Lachlan Nordsvan from Canberra is also a Tuross member.
He has been playing our course every school holiday ever since he was not even knee high to a grass hopper. He was so small that one time when the mower broke down it took father Michael five minuets to find him in the rough. A valuable lesson as Lachie has never hit a ball into the rough since. With a handicap quickly heading towards zero many members are wanting to play with the Nordsvans. In years to come they want to be able to say that “Yes I used to play with the great Lauchie Nordsvan” and I actually taught him a lot of what he knows today.
Sounds familiar Brendon?
Oh by the way Lauchie is 14 years 9 months of age.
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Lachlan Nordsvan with Tuross Club captain Peter Nikolic.