Tuross Head successful in My Community Project application.

By |2019-10-17T15:29:32+11:00October 17th, 2019|Categories: Golf Archives, Golf News, Uncategorized|


Recently 61,437 people voted for their favourite projects, resulting in 248 projects sharing in the $24.7 million available.
Just two projects were successful in the Bega Electorate to receive funding. The Tuross Head Country Club was one of two Bega Electorate organisations to be successful. The other was the Eden Fitness Trail promotors.

Thanks to the preparation and presentation of the work carried out by Andrew Gordon and his support team the club’s project was one of the projects selected. Tuross Head Country Club won the right to install a new car park surface.

Following the successful grant from the My Community Project ,Tuross Head Country Club lost no time in arranging for Downer EDI Mogo to lay 30mm hot mix over the existing damaged surface car park. The work was been completed within two days and has converted a dangerous eyesore into a safe attractive area.

An inspection of the course by the NSW Minister of Transport Andrew Constance, and a meeting with Stephen Hodge, Andrew Gordon and Mike Birks, helped establish to the state government the role the club performs in the community.

The facility caters, not only for their own members, but it is also the hub for many other organisations which include social, sporting and community service groups.

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Vets Golf Special Par

By |2019-10-16T16:50:04+11:00October 16th, 2019|Categories: Mixed Golf, Uncategorized, Vets Golf|

Fifty four players registered for the Special Par event, a game unique to Tuross Vets where a score less than handicap can result in a multiple plus score on any hole. This event typically benefits the higher handicap golfer.

Winner on the day was John Cox with an unbelievable score of +10 for just nine holes, reinforcing the opportunities to benefit from below handicap scores. John was followed home by Margaret Downey on +7, and Derek Hoare on +5 on count back from Colin Fletcher. Balls or chocolates were won by Teri Swanbury, Rick Brake, Peter MacDonald, Tony Crook and Richard Wharton all on +4, and then Greg Smith, Paul Green, Kaye Lunt, Greg Bush, Ann Ware and Herb Muriwai on +3. This week’s infamous Bradman award was a close finish, being taken out by Blaise Madden in a tight finish.

Nearest the pins went to John Cox on the 4th, Greg Smith on the 6th, and to Terti Swanbury and Peter MacDonald on the 7th. Steve Swanbury completed a happy Swanbury morning by taking out the Accuracy drive on the 5th.

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Tuross Head Ladies Golf Committee 2019/20

By |2019-10-10T10:54:14+11:00October 10th, 2019|Categories: Golf Contacts, Uncategorized|


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Tuross Head Veteran’s Golf Committee 2019/20

By |2019-10-06T15:53:12+11:00October 6th, 2019|Categories: Golf Contacts, Uncategorized|


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THCC Ladies Golf Host FSC & TGA Golf Medal Playoff

By |2019-10-15T08:06:36+11:00October 4th, 2019|Categories: Ladies' Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

The Far South Coast And Tablelands Golf Association, FSC&TGA, Gold Medal Playoff was played at TUROSS today.

Lady golfers from many different Clubs within the Association contested this 18 Hole Event.

The weather was perfect and the course was in excellent condition.

Congratulations to the Division Winners and well done to all who played in this District Event.

The results are as follows.
Division 1 Winner was Leonie Snodgrass from Tuross.
Division 2 Winner was Lyn Gibbs from Moruya and
Division 3 Winner was Jennifer Gray from Tuross.

See photo above, from left to right are, Jennifer Gray,
Lyn Gibbs and Leonie Snodgrass

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Vets Golf 4BBB

By |2019-10-15T11:09:13+11:00October 3rd, 2019|Categories: Mixed Golf, Uncategorized, Vets Golf|

Under beautiful sunny skies and a warmer temperature, 65 players teed off this morning for the Vets 4BBB Stableford event. Scores on the day were outstanding, a fact noted and to be acted upon by the handicapper.

Winning team on the day was the combination of Rob Nash and Dave Munro with 29 points on count back from Henry Anderson and Terry Lunn on the same incredible score.

They were followed home by 5 teams on 26 points, with the prize money for third and fourth places going to Steve Collins combining with Solveig Olsson and Ken Brown with his grandson Ceiran. Balls or chocolates were won by Marcel Kors and Don Russell, Tim Starr and Les Johanson, and Jeanette and Ian Miller with all 3 teams missing out on the 26 count back money, followed by Noel Downie and Enid Besant-Ryan on 25 and Len and Gail Rogers on 24 on a 3 way count back.
Ross Hendy and Noel Fletcher won the Bradman award, whilst nearest the pins were taken out by Ken Brown on the 4th, Kevin Dukes on the 6th, and Leonie Snodgrass and Ted Quinlan on the 7th.

Terry Challender hit the straightest drive on the 5th to win this week’s Accuracy drive.

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Vets Golf Par Event

By |2019-10-15T11:13:29+11:00September 25th, 2019|Categories: Mixed Golf, Uncategorized, Vets Golf|

A very good field of 64 players teed off for the Par event under beautiful spring skies and little wind. Winner on the day was Jennifer Gray with a great score of +4.

Jennifer was followed home in order of count back results by Greg Smith, Warren Hodder and Noel Downie, all on +3. Balls or chocolates were won by Richard Wharton, Mike Birks, Ron Hanlon, Stephen Crossling, Des Jackson, Neal Watson, Allen Lee, Kaye Lunt, Derek Hoare, Greg Ware and Henry Anderson all with scores of +1.

The infamous Bradman award was won for the second week by newcomer Blaise Madden with nearest the pins going to Warren Hodder on the 4th, Steve Collins on the 6th, and to Ann Challender and Greg Smith on the 7th. Dorothy Madden took out the Accuracy drive on the 5th.

Results of the 2019 Veterans Golf Championship were announced with Chris Wratten taking out the Ladies honours from runner up Jennifer Gray, and Chris’ husband Ian being a very surprised men’s winner from runner up and our eldest vets golfer Tim Starr. Congratulations to you all.

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Colin Houghton Thursday Competition Winner

By |2019-10-15T12:19:51+11:00September 21st, 2019|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

This weeks men golf competition played on Saturday September 21st resulted in a clear win for Greg Booth in the par event with a score of plus 4. Greg was followed by Gerald Strickland with plus 2, Bruce Handley and Allen Lee were square with the card and Allen Gannon scored minus 1.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfer Colin Houghton who was best on both the 4th hole with 4.04 m and also the 6th with 4.37 m. John Phyland was closest on the 7th hole with 2.79 m. B grade award went to Greg Booth on the 4th hole with 2.38 m. Ian McManus won the 6th with 3.40 m and Ian Manton the 7th with 3.65 m. C grade player Mick Elfar was awarded the 4th hole with 2.22 m. Shane Gschwend the 6th with 4.58 m and Trevor Jones the 7th with 66.87 m.

Thursday’s medley stableford competition was won by Colin Houghton with 39 points ahead of Michael Hogan and Brad Doolan who were both on 37 points. Bruce Lidbury scored 35 points. Nearest the pins were won by Colin Houghton, Peter Garn and Bruce Lidbury.

Photo: Colin Houghton winner of Thursday stableford competition. Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown.

Tuross Head golfers are looking forward to a busy period with three major events on the calendar for the month of October.
The first event is the club’s Senior Open to be held on Sunday October 18th.

This will be played over 18 single stableford holes where men and ladies will compete for both A and B grade winner and runner up awards.
Veteran golfers will hold one of their regular Gala Day 2 Person Ambrose competitions on Wednesday October 23. Golfers will enjoy a bbq luncheon after the 9 hole event.

The clubs annual Charity Golf Day will complete the major activities for the month with a 4 Person Ambrose 18 hole played over 18 holes with a 9.00 am shotgun start. Bookings can be made at the club.


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