Date: August 07, 2014

What’s Happening in Golf?

Golf clubs chefs grab top award in culinary competition
Hospitality – 30/05/11 16:08
Chef teams from around New South Wales have highlighted the calibre of food now being prepared in some of our registered clubs with their victories in the state leg of the club industry’s prestigious annual chef competition. Read More


Battle of the sexes on Canadian Tour
iPRIME Albury – 28/05/11 14:25
Isabelle Beisiegel made history by becoming the first female golfer to earn a spot on a men's pro golf tour by grabbing one of two non-exempt berths on the Canadian Tour Friday. Read More


Watch and Learn – 30/05/11 10:36
How often have you hit a chip shot and said “that felt great”, yet it ended up nowhere near where you expected it to? Ask yourself: did you have a definite area where you wanted to land the ball, allowing for roll? If you answered ’no’ then you are missing out on one of the best aspects of golf,…Read More


Trio hold up Gungahlin club
Australian Herald – 30/05/11 11:51
Three armed men held up the Gungahlin Lakes Golf Club on Saturday, threatening staff and leaving with a sum of money.Police are investigating the incident after receiving a call reporting it at 5. Read More


Twice bitten by the Shark and smitten with a perfect 10
Mudgee Guardian – 30/05/11 01:54
Frank Williams has been living quietly in retirement for the past five years or so at Sutton Forest in the NSW Southern Highlands with a book full of memories of his working life, of rubbing shoulders with the elite of world golf, co-founding the Australian Masters tournament, … Read More


Industry questions live odds ban benefits
Yahoo!7 Sport – 28/05/11 12:23
The gambling industry says a ban on promoting betting odds during sports events and broadcasts is unlikely to have an impact on problem gambling. Federal and state gambling ministers yesterday agreed sports fans should not be bombarded with live gambling odds. Read More


15-cup family
The Daily Examiner – 28/05/11 04:28
PEDIGREE golfer Sue Reguson was outright winner of the Grafton Women’s May Tournament yesterday, putting her name on the Ampol Cup for the second time. Read More


Luke Donald Becomes No.1 Golfer, Replaces Westwood
International Business Times – 30/05/11 07:44
Luke Donald, 33-years-old, has gained the world No.1 ranking in professional golf on Sunday after beating Lee Westwood at the BMW PGA Championship in Britain. Read More


Overton leads as Aussies struggle at PGA
iPRIME Albury – 27/05/11 15:10
An aggressive mental approach and a new putter has Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle primed to break free from a season of anonymity at the HP Byron Nelson Championship in Texas. Read More


Close play in women’s competition
The Daily Examiner – 27/05/11 03:44
THE 2011 May Ladies Golf Tournament is beginning to get serious at the half-way point of the 36-hole tournament. Former tournament winner Gloria Hickey, of Coffs Harbour is leading on 81, closely followed by Sue Reguson of Murwillumbah, on 83. Read More


Betland in the swing
Forbes Advocate – 26/05/11 10:19
John Betland this week saw his name added to the Forbes Haley Steel and Hardware Golf Open for the sixth time after claiming victory in last Sunday event, played in testing overcast conditions. Read More


Millbrook Resort maintains leading position
eTravel Black Board – 26/05/11 10:04
Nearly two decades on, Queenstown’s Millbrook Resort continues to collect international accolades for its excellence as a leading accommodation destination, golf resort and spa facility. Read More


Golf club pennant success
Boorowa News – 26/05/11 07:46
On Sunday 15 May, Boorowa golfers travelled to Bigga for the first round of Small Golf Clubs Golf Pennants. Boorowa played Canowindra, winning 4 matches to 1. Read More


Sun brings out great women’s golf scores
Oberon Review – 26/05/11 10:34
OBERON women golfers enjoyed beautiful autumn sunshine on Wednesday and the change in the weather produced some great scores. Joan Sullivan beat off all challengers and won the day from Helen Toohill, who was second on a countback from Elizabeth Mackenzie. Read More


Bermagui teen sensation Venables back-to-back
Narooma News – 25/05/11 13:37
BERMAGUI teenager Mitch Venables has taken out the 2011 Bermagui Country Club Men’s Golf club championship for the second year in a row, beating nearest rival Darren Miller by 16 strokes at the end of the four-day tournament. Read More


Golf riding a wave of popularity
Inner West Courier – 25/05/11 12:40
GONE are the days of chequered pants and sweaters tied around the shoulders while on the golf course. The sport, like many, is adapting to its current audience, the general public. Read More


Henty Ladies Golf
Eastern Riverina Chronicle – 25/05/11 07:57
Twelve ladies played last Thursday and the event was the Best 9 in or out, also the stroke round for the Mabel Mackenzie Brooch. It was great to see Neva Paech back playing golf and Neva can still hit a great ball. Read More


Top 50 in the World the 'Golden Ticket' in Golf
Australian Herald – 24/05/11 09:11
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) – Golf has a new magic number. This one is found in the world ranking, not on a scorecard. For all the talk over the last six months about who's No. Read More


Young Bird ends Pryce’s dream run
Western Advocate – 26/05/11 04:30
JARRYD Bird has taken out the Midstate Freight Matchplay title in the A grade division at Bathurst Golf Club after a strong display in the final against Tony Pryce on Saturday. Read More


Women golfers on the green
Yass Tribune – 25/05/11 04:30
Last Wednesday the women golfers played a stableford event and the first round of the ACTDGA. The winner with 34 points was Isobel Burden. Runner up was Sue Morgan who carded 33 points. Read More


Ed Stedman snares a Pro-Am trifecta
Port Macquarie News – 25/05/11 04:30
ED STEDMAN showed his liking for the Port Macquarie Golf Course when he shot nine under par for the 36 holes to win the Better Homes Pro-Am. Stedman had previously won the Pro-Am at Port Macquarie in 2000 and 2003. Read More


All in readiness
The Daily Examiner – 24/05/11 08:41
JEAN Dahl knows the Grafton golf course layout better than most. After all she has won more tournaments on her home course than any other lady golfer. Read More


Mighty matchplay
Wingham Chronicle – 24/05/11 13:14
ANOTHER great week weather wise and again some excellent golf on display. We start this week with the Australian Insurance Solutions Matchplay Championships finalised on Sunday over 36 long holes. Read More


Women in Sport Media Grants
Australian Sports Government – Australian Sports Commission
The Australian Government, through the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) has established Women in Sport Media Grants to increase and enhance the exposure and reach of women’s sport in the Australian media. Read More


Green earns spot at British Open golf
iPRIME Lismore – 24/05/11 18:47
Australia's Nathan Green was one of eight golfers to earn a spot in July's British Open at an international qualifier in Plano, Texas on Monday. England's Brian Davis led with a six-under-par 64 at Gleneagles Country Club in the one-day qualifier shortened from 36 to 18 holes after thunderstorms…Read More


Tickner earns PGA life membership
Port Macquarie News – 23/05/11 09:19
YEARS of service to the game of golf by Chris Tickner have been rewarded with an Australian PGA life membership. Tickner started playing golf at the age of eight at Camden Golf Club in Sydney’s west where he was the club professional for 38 years. Read More


Pettersen wins LPGA Match Play
iPRIME Taree – 23/05/11 10:37
Suzann Pettersen beat Cristie Kerr 1-up to win the LPGA Tour's Sybase Match Play Championship on Sunday, ending a 20-month victory drought. Leading 1-up and with Kerr facing a 10-foot birdie attempt, Pettersen curled in a left to-right 15-footer for birdie to seal the victory at Hamilton Farm Golf …Read More


UCLA wins NCAA women's golf championship
Australian Herald – 22/05/11 10:33
BRYAN, Texas – UCLA fought off a last-round surge by defending champion Purdue to win the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championship by four strokes Saturday and LSU freshman Austin Ernst had a hole-in-one and shot a 6-under 66 to take the individual title by three strokes. Read More


Luke Donald denied golf’s No. 1 ranking – again
The Roar – 23/05/11 08:43
The Volvo World Match Play Championship final at Andalucia, Spain, boiled down to two incentives – Luke Donald to become world number one golfer for the first time, or a big seventh birthday present for Luke, Ian Poulter’s son. Read More


'Good year' for local golfer Emma
The Coffs Coast Advocate – 21/05/11 03:07
“IT WAS a good year.” Those five words may qualify as the Coffs Coast’s understatement of the year. Local golfer Emma de Groot has just returned home after studying her senior year at the University of Chattanooga in the United States where she was named as the 2011 Southern Conference Golfer of … Read More


Lithgow's mixed foursomes title was testing
Lithgow Mercury – 21/05/11 04:30
The Lithgow Golf Club held it’s mixed foursomes championship with a good field turning out for one of the club’s premier events. The winners of the scratch 36 holes were Sue Brooks and Ian Nightingale with 164 while the handicap winners were Robyn McManus and Laurie Northey on 140 nett. Read More


Crikey, two holes in one on same day
St George & Sutherland Shire Leader – 21/05/11 04:30
IT'S hard enough for an amateur golfer ever scoring a hole in one but not for Sutherland Shire's Justin Castle. He just fired two "aces" in the one round — making it an astonishing tally of six hole in ones during his 25 years playing the game he loves. Read More


Aussie golfer three off lead in Germany
iPRIME Wollongong – 20/05/11 15:52
Australian golfer Karen Lunn is in the mix after the opening round of the German Open near Munich. The veteran posted a four-under-par 68 to trail Welsh leader Becky Morgan by three shots. Read More


Jan Stephenson Out of Dancing with the Stars
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Golden day of golf for club champions
The Maitland Mercury – 19/05/11 08:42
Age shall not weary the “golden girls” who made their way around Maitland Golf Course yesterday. The group, made up of lady golfers with an average age of 75, completed the third and final round of their club championships. Read More


Combined sports future for Golf Club?
Crookwell Gazette – 19/05/11 04:30
THE possibility of using existing Crookwell Golf Club amenities for community sports use has been canvassed at a meeting recently. A steering committee has been formed to investigate the feasibility of making the Club House the headquarters for a number of sporting organisations, particularly those…Read More


Ron Dixon – a local golf legend
Wauchope Gazette – 19/05/11 00:29
By John Hill WAUCHOPE golfer, Ron Dixon is a legend. At 89 years of age, Ron has managed to beat his age by his age, in fact he has equaled or bettered his age 90 times. Read More


Ozzie, Mim tops in 2011
Nyngan Observer – 19/05/11 14:57
The drought is over finally after 36 years of mixed foursome golf. Ozzie Smith and Mim Pateman are the champions for 2011. There has never been a harsh word between them during all those years and after Sunday’s five shot victory, the world seemed to be a better place to be in for them. Read More


Hilder survives play-off to win third consecutive golf title
Wauchope Gazette – 19/05/11 00:29
NEIL Hilder had to survive a dramatic sudden-death play-off to claim the 2011 Wauchope Veteran Men's Golf Club's club championship title which concluded last Tuesday. Read More


1600 golf tournament entries
Yarrawonga Chronicle – 18/05/11 10:34
A total of 1600 entries from golfers at 35 golf clubs throughout Victoria, NSW and Queensland played in the 2011 Yarrawonga & Border Golf Club’s May Tournament from May 9 to May 15 in what will be the last seven-day May Tournament. Read More


Mennie Vincentia champion again
South Coast Register – 18/05/11 09:41
AFTER four rounds of keen competition and all seasons of weather Marie Mennie has again triumphed as Vincentia Golf Ladies Champion for 2011. Cheryl Powell was the runner–up. Read More


Golfers begin planning for a new clubhouse
Mudgee Guardian – 18/05/11 10:51
Mudgee Golf Club has appointed Architect Katie Formston of Nicholas Associates at Bondi Junction to design a new clubhouse to replace the one lost in last December’s fire. Read More


Bonnie Doon's on course to standout
Southern Courier – 18/05/11 14:54
BONNIE Doon Golf Club and Ogilvy Clayton’s design team started constructing stage one of the club’s masterplan on Thursday. The Ogilvy Clayton team, made up of 2006 US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy, former European Tour player Michael Clayton and associates Mike Cocking and Ashley Mead, ….. Read More


Adam Scott splits with caddie
iPRIME Dubbo – 19/05/11 03:07
Australian golfer Adam Scott has split with long-time caddie Tony Navarro. Navarro, who caddied for Greg Norman before joining Scott in 2004, was relieved of his duties following last week's Players Championship in Florida. Read More


Matheson keeps his cool under pressure
Western Advocate – 18/05/11 04:30
BATHURST golf prodigy Scott Matheson has capped a huge month in his burgeoning career after taking out the recent Parkes Junior Open. The gifted 13-year-old shot a 75 off the stick at the hilly Parkes lay-out, holding off James Grierson from Forbes by a shot and proving he could handle the pressure. Read More


Jason Day cracks world golf's top 20
Business Channel – 17/05/11 23:17
Fast-rising Australian golf star Jason Day has cracked the world's top 20 for the first time. The 23-year-old Masters runner-up climbed four spots to 20th in the latest world rankings after charging home to finish tied sixth at the Players Championship in Florida on Monday. Read More


Course wins the day
Wingham Chronicle – 17/05/11 14:31
WITH the magnificent weather continuing golf has been an enjoyable experience for most of this past week. Saturday was a great day weatherwise but with a stroke round on and the flags in some very difficult positions, players were soon worrying about other things. Read More


Wilson brothers scrape in for Sunday’s Sureshot trophy
Glen Innes Examiner – 17/05/11 10:33
On Saturday May 7, 24 golfers played a 18 hole Stroke event. The winner with a superb 64 nett was Pat Lonergan. Balls went to M Baker, M Henny, N Lane, R McIntyre, P Correy, P Rajko and N Say. Read More


Mudgee championship record smashed
Mudgee Guardian – 16/05/11 10:22
Just when things seemed like they couldn’t get any better for Jac Delaney, the 16-year-old smashed another record at the Mudgee Golf Club on Saturday afternoon. Read More


Mactier finished a mile in front
Cootamundra Herald – 16/05/11 10:27
HIS official club is Royal Sydney, however the Coota Club quickly claimed Wason Mactier as one of their own after he blitzed the field in Division II of this year’s Vets Week of Golf. Read More


Craig Parry signs on for Port Pro-Am
Port Macquarie News – 16/05/11 09:07
CHAMPION Australian golfer Craig Parry will headline the 21st Better Homes Pro-Am at the Port Macq¬uarie Golf Club on Wednesday and Thurs¬day. A two-time winner on the US PGA Tour, Parry surprised tournament organisers when he entered the event. Read More


Australia head urges sports to name and shame athlete
SBS World News Australia – 14/05/11 13:58
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Athletes placing bets on sporting events should be named, shamed and jailed and any of Australia's Olympic athletes caught doing so will be kicked off their London 2012 team, the head of the country's Olympic committee has said. Read More


Adds eyes PGA title on marathon last day
The Sydney Morning Herald – 15/05/11 16:32
AAP Aaron Baddeley saw his fitness as an edge to boost his claims to golf's richest prize as players faced a marathon final day at the Players Championship. Read More


ACT Champion Jocelyn MacKay
Southern Highland News: n GOLF By Lauren Wright – 13/05/11 00:30
JOCELYN MacKay won the ACT Championships last week but it was just one of her many wins in a career spanning 30 years. "It was probably one of the best fields they've had for a long time," she said.
…Australia, but her most significant achievement was a course record at the Holden NSW Golf Club. "It was the lowest score ever recorded by a female. Read More


Aussie Smith shoots 68
Sky News Business – 14/05/11 20:39
Australian Brad Smith shot the best score of the day to move up to tied 13th place at the ICTSI Philippine Open on Saturday. Smith's third-round 68 has him six strokes from leader American Berry Henson, who battled through dehydration in the last four holes at the Wack Wack Golf and Country Club. Read More


Vardon comp should be a hit
Goulburn Post – 13/05/11 09:30
A MAN who clubs golf balls hundreds of metres for a living will be joined by some of the state’s best amateur players in Goulburn tomorrow. Ben Dyer will hammer balls from the 10th tee of the Eastgrove course tomorrow afternoon, shortly after most of the quality competitors contesting the Goulburn Cup Vardon championships finish their rounds. Read More


Nurse win her first Tamworth title in a breeze
The Northern Daily Leader – 13/05/11 04:30
SIMONE Puckeridge won her first Tamworth Lady Golfers Club Championship yesterday, the registered nurse shooting a four-round total of 331 for a 29- shot victory. Read More


Golf – Slattery takes home jacket
The Singleton Argus – 13/05/11 12:00
THE annual Storey – Kirkpatrick Monthly Mug was played last Saturday at the Singleton Golf Club. Club Manager Daniel Storey and Club Captain Michael Kirkpatrick were the day’s sponsors and their contribution to the day and their Club cannot be overstated. Read More


Good results in capital
Southern Highland News: n GOLF – 13/05/11 00:30
SEVERAL ladies travelled to Canberra recently to compete in the Golf NSW Autumn Meeting and achieved some good results. Moss Vale Golf Club's Jocelyn MacKay won division one of the ACT Championship. Read More


Ladies golf titles (video)
iPRIME Bathurst – 12/05/11 19:42
Orange golfer Alison Seib has claimed the Western Districts ladies golf championships. Courses in Molong and Wellington welcomed the region's best female players during the two day event. Read More


Barry on target in men’s golf
Oberon Review – 12/05/11 10:05
OBERON MEN’S Golf Club members played an 18 hole stroke for the monthly medal and trophies donated by Eric Whalan at the weekend. The A grade was won by straight shooter Barry Stubbs with 87/69, and he was also the A grade medal winner. Read More


Veteran and novice win monthly medals
Harden Murrumburrah Express – 12/05/11 07:52
TWENTY-SIX golfers including three juniors competed for the May monthly medals last Saturday in weather conditions so close to perfect one wonders how much longer they will last. Read More


Hole in one for region
Wellington Times – 11/05/11 10:54
Women from across NSW are chasing that little white ball as the best of the west slug it out in the Western Districts Ladies Golf Championship, a three-day event finishing today. Read More


Ashlar neighbours fear drop in value of homes
Blacktown Advocate – 11/05/11 08:11
NOEL St residents are worried property prices will plummet in their street when 700 homes are built on the Ashlar Golf Club site. As well as reduced property values, they are concerned about an increase in traffic. Read More


Gordon claims Country Club crown
Central Western Daily – 11/05/11 04:30
WHEN it is your day, you get all the luck. For Alan Gordon, that day was Sunday when he won the Orange Ex-Services Country Club golf matchplay championships. Read More


Els eases into Hall of Fame
iPRIME Bega – 10/05/11 12:38
Ernie Els, whose deceptively effortless swing earned him the nickname the "Big Easy" — and three major golf titles — led a class of six inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame on Monday. Read More


Below par – Golf course clubhouse set to close
The Irrigator – 10/05/11 04:30
THE Leeton Soldiers Golf Club clubhouse will cease to operate before the end of the year after a unanimous decision by the Leeton Soldiers Club board. The board decided at its April meeting to cease operations at the clubhouse because of substantial financial losses at the facility. Read More


Belmont Golf Club baffled by vandalism
Newcastle Herald – 10/05/11 04:30
A VANDALISM attack on the Belmont Golf Club grounds and clubhouse at the weekend is the latest in a number of malicious damage incidents that have cost the club about $70,000. Read More


Eye on London 2012
WA Today – 11/05/11 00:58
MORE than $300 million has been devoted to Australian sport, with more than $170 million of this going to elite sport, to ensure Australian athletes remain internationally competitive, especially before next year's London Olympics. The government will spend $3.2 million on the Illicit Drugs in Sport Program, which educates young athletes on the risks of doping. Read More


Jac seals club champs with course record
Mudgee Guardian – 09/05/11 14:17
A record breaking round of golf all but secured the Mudgee Golf Club championships for teenage sensation Jac Delaney on Saturday. The rising star hit an amateur course record of five under par, 66 off the stick, to blow open a near unbeatable 14-shot lead after three rounds.
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Jan Dances with the Stars
Australian Ladies Professional Golf
Jan Stephenson performed strongly in her Dancing With The Stars debut. To help keep Jan in the show please make the effort to vote by:
1. Text Jan to 191 777 or 2. Call 1902 55 77 13


Chinese buyer for Magenta Shores
Australian Financial Review – 09/05/11 00:35
Mirvac Group is close to selling the Magenta Shores golf residential estate at The Entrance on NSW’s central coast to a Chinese group for a rumoured $40 million. Read More


Sarah Kemp in contention in Turkey
iPRIME Taree – 07/05/11 09:21
Sydney golfer Sarah Kemp fought her way back into contention late in the second round at the Turkish Ladies Open. The 25-year old is just one shot back of the leaders when play was suspended for the day at the National Golf Club in Belek due to bad weather. Read More


Australand acquires Ashlar Golf Club site for 700-home development
Blacktown Advocate – 06/05/11 18:22
ASHLAR Golf Club’s 80-year-old course will be bulldozed to make way for a 700 home master-planned community. Developer Australand announced this week that it had made a deal to secure the 38-hectare golf club site. Read More


Christine Wallace appointed to ALPG Board
Australian Ladies Professional Golf (ALPG) – 04/05/11
The ALPG announced the appointment of Christine Wallace to the organisation’s governing Board. Wallace is the author of biographies of Germaine Greer and Don Bradman and is currently writing a biography of Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Other ALPG Board Members are:
Sandra Mackenzie – President, Carlie Butler – Vice President, Loraine Lambert, Shani Waugh, Joanne Mills, Greg Thompson and Christine Wallace.


Australian Masters Games Marketing Packs Available – 04/05/11
The 13th Australian Masters Games will be held in Adelaide from 7-16 October 2011. To register or for more information about the Games go to or call (08) 8409 1900 Read More


Carr triumphant in Tamworth
The Armidale Express – 04/05/11 11:36
AMANDA Carr shot her way to a win with historical implications on a couple of levels at Tamworth last Thursday. The Armidale golfer claimed the Tamworth Lady Golfers annual Treloar Cup with a four-shot win over Jenny Taylor. Read More


Dillon wins men’s golf open 2011 title
The Cobar Weekly – 04/05/11 11:17
On behalf of the sponsor of the Men’s Open golf competition, Atlas Copco, Alan Sharpe presented the A Grade 27 hole scratch winner Craig Dillon with the winner’s prize. Read More


Sutton leads Parkes to Twin Town golf title
Parkes Champion-Post – 04/05/11 10:06
Parkes golfers dominated this year’s Twin Towns Championships played last Sunday at a well prepared Parkes Golf Club. In the premier Men’s event the 18 Hole Stroke, local club champion Justin Sutton fired a brilliant two over Par 73 to take the title by two shots from club mate Peter Dixon. Read More


Clubs unite for new sports hub
The Coffs Coast Advocate – 03/05/11 16:53
BELLINGEN is set to have a new sporting hub – at the Bellingen RSL Golf Club. After nearly 30 years of talk, the members of both the golf club and Bellingen Bowling Club have agreed to join forces to create one strong club… Read More


Amateur swings into big time
Southern Courier – 03/05/11 01:47
THREE years ago, Matthew Stieger moved from Narrabri to Botany to pursue his dream to be a professional golfer. Now the St Michael’s club junior is eyeing off his next move to the PGA…Read More


New world record drives Sawtell
The Coffs Coast Advocate – 03/05/11 11:37
DAVE Sawtell has broken the Guinness World Record for the longest golf drive hit from a chair. Sawtell, who is a regular at the Chinderah Golf Course, isn't seated by choice – he suffers from spina bifida and is confined to a wheelchair…Read More


Lady golfers are gathering
Western Advocate – 03/05/11 04:30
A TOTAL of 136 entrants will gather at Bathurst Golf Club today for the Bathurst Lady Golfers Amateur Open Tournament which will be played over the next three days…Read More


Brendan Jones wins 10th Japan golf title
iPRIME Central Coast – 01/05/11 21:57
AUSTRALIAN golfer Brendan Jones defeated South Korean I.J. Jang in a playoff on Sunday to win The Crowns for his 10th Japan Tour title. Jones fired an even-par 70 in the final round and then made a six-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole, the par-4 18th…Read More


Jan Stephenson To Dance with the Stars
Australian Ladies Professional Golf – 05/05/11 13:12
Aussie golfing great and ALPG Life Member Jan Stephenson has been in unfamiliar territory in recent weeks, donning high heels for a long and rigorous practice schedule in preparation for the 2011 Dancing with the Stars which premieres on Channel 7 this Sunday at 7:30pm…Let’s get behind Jan and keep her in the show promoting women in golf for as long as possible: Vote online at Read More


NSW 2011 Aboriginal Golf Championships
NSW Aboriginal Golf Incorporated
This year's event will be hosted by Dubbo Golf Club at Newell Highway, Dubbo on Thursday, 26th & Friday, 27th May 2011. This event is of great significance due to it coinciding with National Sorry Day on the 26th and the anniversary of the 1967 Referendum on the 27th. For further information Read More