WHY JOIN THE VETS?

Why join Veterans Golf?

Veterans golf is thriving on the Sunshine Coast.

By joining one of the 11 clubs affiliated with our District, you become eligible for an extensive range of benefits for events on our annual calendar.

Each of the 11 clubs hosts Vets from the other clubs once per year. The cost of a game varies from $11-$15, though some clubs prefer to offer packages such as Game, Cart + Meal for around $45-$50.

Our District conducts 5 annual events, two events open to all District Vets and 3 team events

Open Grade Championship

Open 4ball Aggregate

Team Challenge

Team Ambrose

Team Matchplay

In addition, all Sunshine Coast District Veteran Golf Association members (SCDVGA) are affiliated with the State QVGU and National AVGU. This means that you can

Play Vets golf in a range of clubs throughout Australia

Play in the two State Veteran Golfers competitions each year

Play in the annual Australian Veteran Golfers Championship

WHO CAN JOIN?

For less than the cost of a bottle of wine a year, males 55years+ and females 50years+ who are members of one of the 11 SCDVGA clubs can start enjoying these benefits. This really is the BEST value for money you're likely to see, so why not join with the 1900 other Sunshine Coast Vets in our district and have some fun?

List of SCDVGA Clubs in 2020

Caloundra, Cooroy, Gympie, Headland, Nambour, Noosa, Maroochy River, Mt. Coolum, Peregian, Pelican Waters, Tin Can Bay

List of Nambour VETS successes

Nambour led the 2015/16 SCDVGA executive committee introducing 3 new District competitions (Ambrose, Matchplay, Aggregate)

In 2019, the Nambour team of Egan, Costello, Sommerville and Reilly won the A grade Match Play Championship at Gympie while the B grade team of Mullins, Burgess, Campbell and Lutze was beaten in a playoff


In the Ambrose, the Nambour combination of Costello, Bluck, Pallaspuro and Bruce achieved 3rd place


  • 14 Oct 2020

    ROSCO BUYS BEERS

    Ross Jackson was so pleased with himself on Wednesday (14/10) that he started buying beers for any other players who came into the clubhouse. How do you get that pleased?


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  • 9 Oct 2020

    Mike Peall Hole in One

    Mike Peal doesn't stay out of action for long - even with a huge number of stitches in his leg. He showed me the wound from a sharp stick spiking his shin and peeling back the skin  - painful! Golf is dangerous!

    But the next golf day he holed out again! He had his last/previous hole in one November 2019.


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  • 28 Aug 2020

    ACE EASES PAINE

    Ian Paine holed out on one of our par threes recently - which one? And how did he celebrate?


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