Download a copy of the 2018 Women's Tournament Handbook.
Queensland Golf Foundation Brooch Competition
This event is played in three divisions over six stroke rounds, as arranged by Clubs. As the event has a closing date of 10 September 2018, it is advisable to complete this event in August. It is suggested that this event be played in conjunction with your Club’s Monthly Medal rounds from March to August. The winner of each division at Club level receives a Queensland Golf Foundation Brooch, and this is determined by calculating which player has returned the best three nett scores over the period. Best nett is determined in relation to the DSR. Scorecards are now not required as fees have been increased slightly to allow all ties to be awarded joint winners. The fee is $3.50 per player. Visit the Women’s Handbook for more details.
The Queensland golf industry relies heavily on thousands of volunteers giving their time freely to support the sport. This varies from supporting their local golf club, Golf Queensland’s High Performance Team or getting involved in school programs. Regardless of the activity, it is impossible to put a value on the enormous contribution that volunteers make to the community.
• Learn new skills or share your talents with others
• Have fun and meet new people
• Gain a sense of accomplishment
• Make a difference to your local golf community
To find out more about Golf Queensland's Volunteer Recognition Program and to nominate a volunteer, click here.
How can you volunteer?
There are many ways you can volunteer for Golf Queensland.
• Join the Tournament Support Group (See below)
• Become a community golf coach (See below)
For further information about volunteering for Golf Queensland please contact Matt Field on (07) 3252 8155 or email email@example.com.
Tournament Support Group
Tournament Support Group (TSG) members are an integral part of Golf Queensland's delivery of tournaments and their support ensures that Golf Queensland can conduct professional and efficient events. At tournaments, members will also referred to as Rules Officials and whilst the Rules of Golf are an important element of the role, there are many other aspects of the role that are just as important.
“Give something back to the community”
Community golf coaching can be a very rewarding experience for both the player trying to improve their skills, and the coach assisting in the development of a golfer. Coaches are integral in golf because they often provide the first experience for beginners and are vital in developing golfers of all standards.
In addition, Community Coaches are often volunteers who actively contribute to the development and growth of junior golf. Future successes within the sport rely heavily on Community Coaches and their involvement at a Club, School or Community level.
If you are an accredited Community Golf Coach and would like to assist Golf Queensland further in participation initiatives, please register your interest by entering your information below.
Download the Volunteer Reimbursement of Expense Policy
Download the TSG Contact Details Form
Download the Expenses Claim Template
Download the 2016 Roles and Responsibilities
Download the 2016 TSG ROSTER