The course is looking picture perfect!

With this month, a main focus is our cart paths. Thanks to Dave who is a part of our greens team, and each week he will be adding a new screened road base mix to the paths.

You may have already noticed the 1st and 8th and the path around the clubhouse is completed and we are very happy with this new material that may be the fix for our steep pathways.

We will be continuing throughout the course achieving a good surface to all of our paths over the next two months.

The greens are in very good shape: exactly 5 weeks post renovations the recovery and health of this surface couldn’t be better. The small sprayed out areas from the removal of carpet grass has been easily visible and have recovered well: this has been a huge factor of applying the right amendments to the soil profile to our greens over the last 4 years.

Although some levels of potassium are still low in our soil reports, with time these levels are coming back to a desired reading, therefore the grass surface on top will show especially when we go into cooler conditions where some of our greens struggle in the shade.

We are still under covid rules regarding flags: no rakes in bunkers etc., and the ground staff will continue to rake bunkers once or twice a week and ask players to smooth out your footsteps the best you can with your club/feet. Noodles in hole cups will remain until changes made from Golf Australia.

Tees and green surrounds have been spot sprayed for crows foot and some greens have showed some small crows foot that has appeared this week: we will be hand weeding these areas to assure a clean surface. Certain tee areas will be resurfaced, and a report will be issued on what tees in next month’s report.

The fairways are still being mowed every week and we have raised the height to 16mm.

An application will be applied to green surrounds and tees this month as we prepare to move closer to a cool change. With a couple of new staff members we will continue to maintain the course, with attending to some extra areas that we normally struggle to get to due to the excessive mowing.

I hope all members are enjoying our fantastic course this month and we hope to hold this condition throughout the year.


  • 8 Dec 2021


    Charne Boyle's name often appears in the Nearest the Pin prizes. But, on Number 6 recently, he made sure of the prize, by holing out on #6 with his trusty sand wedge!

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  • 25 Nov 2021


    On Thursday 25th November the ladies officially concluded their competition for 2021 until February next year. What else did the ladies celebrate? 

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  • 20 Nov 2021


    Two more holes have surrendered to that magic shot. Which holes? Who are the latest ace golfers?

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  • 1 Nov 2021


    The Nambour Ladies conducted their AGM on Thursday 28th October. Who have put their hands up to help serve their members for the next year? Read the Lady President's report.

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  • 18 Sep 2021


    The ladies Foursomes Championships took place on Thursday 16th September over 27 holes. Hammond Accounting sponsored the day.

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  • 11 Sep 2021


    The Nambour Ladies’ Cancer Charity Day on Saturday 11th September was once again a great success. We had 166 players in the field & Andys’ pink ribbon on the 3rd fairway spurred us all on. We thank all the players who participated & Steve, Nigel & Kynan for getting us all away. Our sponsors were amazingly generous & are too numerous to mention but include Australian Garage Supermarket, Win Television, Twin Waters Golf Club, Noosa Springs Golf Club & Cafe Gingers.

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    Vale: Jim Lord. Help celebrate Jim's life this Friday. Read on for details.

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  • 3 Sep 2021


    The Nambour Ladies concluded their annual Championships on Thursday 2nd September after a 2 week delay caused by covid restrictions.

    Let's see who were winners. 

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  • 14 Jul 2021


    Nambour Golf Club welcomes another new sponsor on board.

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  • 26 Jun 2021


    Rain, rain, go away - and it stayed away until all 12 pairs had completed their rounds of this year's Championships sponsored by Del Scott.

    Who prevailed, and who picked up the other prizes? 

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