Junior Golf

Nambour Golf Club has a Junior Program the envy of others. Run by PGA Professional Darryl Dalton each Sunday from 2pm to 5pm at the club, juniors both boys and girls 6 to 16 enjoy lessons and games aplenty, with lots of encouragement and support, and even trophies for all sorts of achievements!! Cost is only $10 for the 3 hour clinic! How good is that?

 But wait - there is more!! Have a look at these links for more detailed information about the activities for Juniors at Nambour Golf Club. 

Go to our club Facebook page and see just how much fun it is at the Junior Clinics each Sunday.

You have so much fun at golf on Sundays, you think you would like to be a Junior Golf Club Member and enjoy all that the club has to offer! How much does it cost to become a member of NGC as a Junior - click here for the current fees.

  • 6 Jul 2017


     Play golf with Cal and you seem to have a good chance of having a hole in one - this is the second time for one of her playing partners in as many months!!

    Now Gail Campling has aced # 6 - how did she do that?

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  • 11 Jul 2017


    You may not need to be a long-term member at NGC to recall the quagmire caused after heavy rains as we tried to negotiate the areas around holes 14, 15, 16 and 17!

    The long term plan to alleviate the problems in this area is coming to its conclusion. 

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    Andy has some interesting work planned to be implemented over the month of July.

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  • 11 Jun 2017


    I happened to catch Darrell's Junior Golfer squads as they topped off their regular Sunday clinic with a few holes of golf. It is so reassuring to see such dedication from Darrell, but this may be easy to reconcile when you see the joie de vivre, the energy and the great sense of fun displayed by his young charges. I snapped a photo late on Sunday arvo of one of his groups as they rolled on down #1! Have a look!

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  • 28 Apr 2017


    How long can you play the great game for? "As long as possible", say these four venerable gentlemen ( both terms used rather loosely!)

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