A very good month with weather, although we had steady rainfall at the start of the month and that has caused the course to have preferred lie on. The last two weeks the sun has been out and has been a much better result than previous years: therefore the staff have started attending to winter type jobs as the rough mowing has come to a halt due to the cool change.

This month we have:

Snipped, shaped and filled in all bunkers to the course with new sand.

The 12th steps have been fixed.

Continued work across our cart paths.

All hedges and gardens have been maintained.

All fairways and green surrounds had a fertiliser application just in time for the club champs.

All dam walls have been snipped and all black line markings have been done with general GUR areas.

The Everglades were cleaned up, thanks to Dave! We will continue a working bee for the next clean up in winter with a burn off planned for our rubbish piles.

Greens are in a great condition considering how much shade they are dealing with in May, and on certain days we will rest greens from mowing and roll more. This will help with the shade issue by relieving some stress. All flags, cups and bunkers are back to normal so we have added new cup liners to the holes.

There has been a lot of golf played this year and we have noticed more divots to our tees.The course staff repair these divots weekly on Thursdays.

If I could please ask our members not to practise off blue marker plates on social days, or if you do, could you please repair your divots as we try to save these areas for our comp days.

The first round of the club champs are underway and the sun was out, and I’m sure the members are enjoying the course as much as I am.

The ground staff will continue work throughout the course over the next month, with yearly maintained work on machinery, snipping banks and tee batters, and trees trimmed throughout the course, and all general areas. Tees will be fertilised again towards the end of the month with the rough kept at desired heights.


  • 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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