By |2021-10-13T09:27:57+11:00October 8th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Rob Green – Golf Professional

Rob Green PGA Professional

Rob Green offers a variety of services at the Tuross Head Golf Shop and enjoys spending time helping golfers with either coaching or choosing the right equipment for them.

His services include, but are not limited to:

  • Coaching Lessons
  • Golf clubs, bags and shoes
  • New grips and club repairs 
  • A great stock of hats, golf gloves, balls and tees
  • Logo T.Shirts
  • New and used equipment

Rob Green in new Pro Shop premises.


Phone Rob on 0423097642

Or visit him on Facebook at Tuross Head Golf Shop or on Instagram at turossheadgolf

You will find Rob and the Golf Shop adjacent to the 6th green, behind the Mens Shed.


Tuross Womens Bowlers Fun Day Fundraiser – All welcome

By |2021-07-09T13:47:55+10:00July 9th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized, Women's Bowls|

COME ONE , COME ALL Tuross Head Women’s Bowling Club Needs You and your Friends
As most people would have read, the Tuross Women bowlers were successful in June at the Regional Pennant 2 playoff at Merimbula.
This win meant that they now proceed to the State playoff at Pottsville on the Tweed Coast in September.
Pottsville is a long drive from Tuross and the ladies will stay at Pottsville for 6 days for the duration of the games, against women bowlers from around the State of NSW. Let’s hope the COVID crisis has passed by then.

We would love your support to assist with our substantial travel and accommodation expenses. There is a magnificent raffle presently set up at Tuross Head Country Club with beautiful prizes on offer with about eight prizes. We are already very grateful for the community support of some lovely donations for the raffle. Come along to the club to buy a ticket.

In addition to the raffle, We have planned a GREEN and GOLD FUN DAY called “BASH FOR CASH “ on Sunday, 15th August. (see Poster )
An entry fee of $10 will entitle you to a beautiful morning tea, sausage sizzle, lucky door prizes and a game of bowls and some golf putting and fun competitions. Wear something green and gold and join in the fun.
Put this date in your diary and we look forward to a lovely day of fun and friendship, while at the same time, you are supporting the pennant 2 bowlers on their way to the State final in Pottsville. FUN Day

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Tuross Head Ladies Golf – 6th July

By |2021-07-07T17:07:14+10:00July 7th, 2021|Categories: Ladies' Golf, Uncategorized|

On Tuesday 6 July 19 ladies played in a Stableford competition kindly sponsored by Tuross

Hair and Beauty.

Results were:

Division 1 – Leonie Snodgrass (16) with 30 points. The Runner up was Dorothy Madden (26)

with 27 points.

Division 2 winner was Annette Manton (33) with 33 points followed closely by Shirley

Quinlan (38) on 32 points.

Division 3 winner was Jennifer Gray (41) with 25 points on a countback from Elsa Shearer

(41) also on 25 points.

Nearest the pin on the 6th went to Dorothy Madden and on the 15 th to Leonie Doolan.

The Golden Hole winners were Leonie Doolan and Marilyn Bingham.

Ball winners were: Chris Wratten, Jeanette Miller, Gail Page, Leonie Doolan, Gail Rogers and

Kerrie Sands.

Next week will be an interesting Split Stableford competition.

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Tuross Head Country Club Women’s Pennant 2 Bowlers win Far South Coast District Flag

By |2021-05-15T15:10:26+10:00May 15th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized, Women's Bowls|


Tuross Women Pennant 2  Bowlers  advance to the Regional final at Merimbula in June.

The Pennant 2 side of Tuross Head Women bowlers had a very exciting end to the 2021 pennant season recently, when they became the winners of the Far South Coast District  competition. They played against strong teams from Malua Bay and Tomakin.

Shirley Edwards, Far South Coast District President visited the Tuross Head Country Club on Tuesday 11th May to present the team members with their pennant pins and to conduct the unfurling ceremony, when the winner’s  flag is presented to the team. Other club members made a guard of honour as the winning team walked onto the green. Everyone is very proud of the ladies who will now advance to the Regional finals at Merimbula on June 8th.

If the team is successful in this event, they would travel to the State pennant playoff at Pottsville on the Far North Coast.

Best wishes ladies from all at Tuross Head Country Club for your next match.

Carol Williams, Sue Fahey Doreen Monks, Rita Downie, Marg Downey, Rose Farrington and Irene Macdonald receiving flag from Far South Coast President Shirley Edwards


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Stephen Swanbury wins stableford competition

By |2021-05-03T20:06:37+10:00May 3rd, 2021|Categories: Men's Golf, Mixed Golf, Uncategorized|

Tuross Head Country Club men golfers Saturday stableford competition was won by Stephen Swanbury with a score of 40 points. Michael Allen was a close second with 39 stableford points followed by Mark Haberkorn with 38 points. Steve Johnston with 37 points and Peter Garn who finished on 36 points were the remaining awardwinners.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade players Steve Collins, Ian McManus and Ian Lawson. Stephen Swanbury was closest on both the 4th and 6th hole and Peter Garn won the 7th in B division. Bruce Brawn, Mike Allen and Paul Coffey were the winners in C grade. Daryl Smith who was the best on the 7th.

Tuross golfers are preparing for the club championships which will be played over 54 holes commencing on Saturday May 8th and will be completed on the weekend of Saturday May 15th and Sunday May 16th.

Thursday’s medley stableford was won by David Schmid with 39 points, ahead of Ian McManus on 38 points, Ian Manton 37.  Rob Green and Samantha Dryden both scored 36 points. Nearest the pins were won by Ray Bollard who was closest on both the 4th and 6th hole. Daryl Smith won the 7th.

Photo: Event sponsor Bruce Lidbury presents award to stableford winner Stephen Swanbury.

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown





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NRMA Highway to Heaven

By |2021-05-04T09:42:58+10:00April 24th, 2021|Categories: Golf Archives, Golf News, Uncategorized|

TUROSS HEAD. Along the beach, washed-up driftwood records the tidemarks in scraggly arcs. Some is regulation sun-bleached grey, but much is blackened – a remnant of the catastrophic bushfires that hit the NSW south coast in early 2020. The sea might have no memory, but the shoreline remembersall. The scene is hopeful though, in an odd way. While nature discards its charred memories on the cove’s crusted sands, locals have made little huts out of the unburnt driftwood, as if to signify a rebuilding process. The sun also brings a sense of warmth and renewal.

On the first morning of our trip we happen upon an echidna foraging in the flower beds behind our cabin. The kids watch on with delight as it digs up an ants’ nest and shoves its entire face in the hole, its long sticky tongue extracting subterranean sustenance. “We’ll have to come back here one day” is up there with “I’m going to finish restoring this old car” for statements liable to raise doubt, but my wife and I beat the odds. We’ve returned to Tuross Head after an eight-year interval. Situated about 40 minutes south of  Batemans Bay, it huddles amongst some of the best natural wonders the NSW south coast has to offer.

Our previous visit was a brief stop as we recreated the road trip described in John O’Grady’s classic Aussie novel Gone Fishin’ (1962). This time we plan to experience the town properly. Standing on the shores of Coila Lake, I once again admire its breeze-rippled waters deepening from tea-coloured shallows to indigo depths. A squadron of pelicans off to the left discusses the day’s catch. In the foreground, ancient volcanic rocks protrude from the earth, while front and centre rests a large piece of weathered driftwood. Mountain ranges in the distance cut a jagged purple horizon across the cloudless sky.

No matter where you venture around Tuross Head, there seems to be similar visual richness. It’s a landscape painter’s paradise. If you only have an hour or two to spare, start at Coila Bar Beach and follow Tuross Boulevarde on its course around the head. It passes several points of interest, including a war memorial, the aptly named One Tree Point (which also offers fine views across the southern end of town) and a whale burial site. The unfortunate mammal washed up in 1980 and, rather than blow it up, the local council buried it in nearby McWilliam Park where it now forms a grassy mound beside the water. The site can be somewhat tricky to spot while driving but you’ll find it opposite 25 Tuross Boulevarde. 22221


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Tuross Head Men’s Shed: Take a Bow

By |2021-05-04T09:45:56+10:00April 20th, 2021|Categories: Golf Archives, Golf News, Uncategorized|

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.

This feature is contributed by Miss Information a roving club  reporter. Miss Information is a new contributor to our media group. Please make her/him welcome. 25121

Lachlan Nordsvan with Tuross Club captain Peter Nikolic.

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Golf Results – we. Saturday 17 April 2021

By |2021-04-19T11:14:52+10:00April 19th, 2021|Categories: Ladies' Golf, Men's Golf, Uncategorized, Vets Golf|

Vets – 2 Person Ambrose – Weds 14 April 2021

Name H’cap Score Prize
Rick Brake & Richard Wharton 5.50 30.50 2 x $25
Leonie Snodgrass & Bruce Martin 3.00 31.00 2 x $20
Mike Birks & Herb Muriwai 9.50 31.50 2 x $15
Greg Smith & Ian Manton 4.25 31.75 2 x $10
Ken Hush & Jane Eglitis 32.50 Ball
Steve Collins & Frank Pomfret 33.50 Ball
Jeanette & Ian Miller 33.50 Ball
Steve Gardner & Warren Hodder 33.75 Ball
Ken Brown & Noel Downie 34.25 Ball

NTPs: 4th: Ross MacAlpine,  6th:  Paul Coffey,  7th: Jeanette Miller & Ian Miller.

Accuracy: Bruce Martin


Medley Stableford – Thursday 15 April 2021

Prize Winners H’cap Points
Ron Rogers 16 37
David Schmid 16 36
Rob Green 2 36
Allen Gannon 14 36
Steve Johnston 20 36
Ball Winners
Darrell Kildey 35
Colin Houghton 34
Peter Mostyn 34
Ted Quinlan 34
Trevor Jones 33
Tony Russell 33
Rex Wood 32
Peter Garn 32
Bruce Cleeve 32
Paul Medwin 31
Jim Wade 31
Ian McManus 31


4 David Schmid
6 Ken Hush
7 Beverly Theobald


Men’s Par Event – Saturday 17 April 2021

Prize Winners H’cap Score
Shane Gschwend 18 5
John Eglitis 18 3
Stephen Gardner 23 2
Steve Collins 14 2
Richard Wharton 20 2
Ball Winners
Allen Gannon 2
Trevor Jones 1
Richard Brake 1
Jason Nikolic 1
Greg Booth 0
Troy Kingdom 0
Derek Hoare 0
Ross Hendy -1
Paul Medwin -2
Ian McManus -2
Paul Pereira -2
Bruce Cleeve -2
Steven O’Shea -3
Leigh Coloe -3
Michael Coloe -3
Ian Lawson -3
David Schmid -3
Ian Manton -4
Greg Smith -4
Frank Pomfret -5


Hole A Grade B Grade C Grade
4 Greg Booth Ian Manton Steve Gardner
6 Ian McManus Bruce Cleeve Steve Gardner
7 Troy Kingdom Peter Nikolic

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