The Tuross Head Country Club course has been rated one of the best in Australia.After an inspection of the club by a judging group from Australia’s major golf magazine publication, the course has been included in the top 25.
After an inspection of the club by a judging group from Australia’s major golf magazine publication, the club has been included in the top 25.
The selection criteria states they were looking for golf courses that stood apart from others, provided a mixture of entertainment value, scenery, course conditioning, and venues that could be played many times without losing their attraction.
Members, staff and management can take much of the credit for this rating at Tuross Head, due to continued improvements to the course under the direction of course superintendant Tim Watson and his ground crew and assisted by volunteer workers from the golfing sub clubs.
Recent improvements include installation of concrete pathways, flower beds on golf tee areas, coloured distance markers, and drainage on the well maintained fairways and greens.
A Tuross Head veteran golfers competition was being played when the inspection took place and features in the drone video which appears on iseekgolf.com. This company is Australia’s main website for everything golf.
They have been in business for 25 years providing customers with highly integrated software applications to run their businesses more productively. A new partnership between iseekgolf.com, and some of Australia’s major golf publications has just been announced. Micropower CEO Bill Owens said the partnership would strengthen their position of the golf website with current web page views averaging 950,000 each month. “iseekgolf.com will now get full access to a broader network of journalists PGA professionals and other golfing identities to draw on the experience of some leading industry insiders,” he said. GMG’s main aim is to grow website traffic and improve the overall content available.
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It has been placed 24th in the list after the inspection of many clubs throughout Australia by the judging group.
Members, staff and management can take much of the credit for this rating due to the continued improvements to the course under the direction of course superintendant Tim Watson and his ground crew but also due to the volunteer cash and work input of the golfing sub clubs.
A Tuross Head veteran golfers competition was in place when the inspection took place and feature in the drone video which appears on iseekgolf.com.
Micropower, owner of iseekgolf.com, is a leading provider of software solutions to the club, marina and construction industries in Australia.
They have been in business for 25 years providing customers with highly integrated software applications to run their businesses more productively. A new partnership between iseekgolf.com, and some of Australia’s major golf publications has just been announced.
Micropower CEO Bill Owens said the partnership would strengthen their position of the golf website with current web page views averaging 950,000 each month. “iseekgolf.com will now get full access to a broader network of journalists, PGA professionals and other golfing identities to draw on the experience of some leading industry insiders,” he said.
They are currently deployed in over 60% of golf clubs, 30% of private clubs and in an increasing number of sports and social clubs across Australia.
Tuross Head Men’s Open
Tuross Head Men’s Open
4 Person Ambrose
Entry via Golf Magic at the Sports Bar
THURSDAY MEDLEY GOLF
Play 18 holes of stableford golf each Thursday.
Select a time to suit yourself.
Open to both men and ladies.
President v Captain
NSW SCHOOL HOLIDAYS DECEMBER 18TH TO JANUARY 29TH
4 Person Ambrose
Stroke and Putts
7.45 am for 8.30 am start
Monday December 10 9.00 am for 9.30 am start
Coffee or luncheon presentation
9 holes $20
18 holes $30
7 Day Gold Pass
Reciprocal Golf Club Members
9 Holes or 18 holes $15
9 holes $20 18 holes $35
Buggies $5 Golf Clubs $15
2BBB Single Stableford
Entry via Golf Magic at the golf club
AGM Meeting 8.30 am
FSC & TGA Gold Medal Stroke
Tuross Head Seniors Open
1st Christmas Countdown Stableford
2nd Christmas Countdown Stableford
3rd Christmas Countdown Stableford
THURSDAY MEDLEY COMPETITION
Play 18 holes of golf each Thursday in a stableford competition.
Open to ladies and men.
Entry via Golf Magic at the club.
MEN AND LADIES VETERAN GOLF
2 Person Ambrose
9 hole shotgun start. 7.45 am for 8.30 am.
9 Holes $20
18 Holes $30
7 Day Golf Pass $80
Reciprocal golf club
9 or 18 holes $15.
9 Holes $20
18 Holes $35
Golf Clubs $15
MONDAY OCTOBER 8TH
Visiting and local lady and meen golfers may care to take part in a 9 hole stableford competition.
9.15am for 9.30 am start.
Coffee or luncheon presentation.
On Friday June 29th veteran lady and men golfers will converge on the Tuross Head Country Club to compete in their regular monthly event.
We will host visitors from along the NSW South Coast in an 18 hole stableford competition and will have an opportunity to introduce both regular and new visitors to our much improved golf course.
The vets catering group will provide their usual high standard bbq lunch during the event.
Tuross Head veteran golfers, who are not members of the Far South Coast Association, will need to contact Herb Muriwai and he will arrange this for you.
Membership fee is $5 per annum.
The inaugural Barry Sloane Lightning Singles has been held with Dave Carter running out winner after a day of excellent bowling.
As the name implies this is a tournament of quick matches of singles played in the ‘sets’ format Twenty one players nominated and started the day playing a round robin in pools of three. Each match was played over two 5 end sets with a one end tie breaker if needed. The leading 8 payers then progressed to a knockout phase to determine the eventual winner.
In the quarter finals Denise Lidbury had a close two set win over Lorraine Wake; Lawrie Riley outplayed Sue Fahey; Joel Hilliard snuck home against Stuart Graham while Dave Carter just managed to get the better of Joe Cremona.
Hilliard had a real tussle in his semi final with Lawrie Riley. The first set was a 4 all draw while Hilliard won the second 4 – 3 to progress to the final. Carter had an easier passage to the decider dominating his clash with Denise Lidbury.
Carter had the best possible start to the final winning the first four ends to grab the first set 7 – 2. He then won the first two ends of the second set before Hilliard fought back. Carter ultimately won the set and match 5 – 2 to win the title.
Thanks to Val Sloane for being present to present Carter with his prize and to Sue and John Fahey for their contribution to the day.