Your Link to the World!

 Click here for some useful links to take you to other golf related websites.

GALogo http://www.golflink.com.au/

Did you play so well you think you will lose some strokes? You can check with Golf Link to see what the handicapper has arranged for you!  Click on this link below to visit the GolfLink website. You will need your 10 digit GolfLink number to check out your handicap. Your number is made up of our club number 413180xxxx followed by your membership number (four digits). 

 R&A http://www.randa.org/

Were you uncertain about the application of a rule today? Check out what the R & A rules committee would decide! Visit the St Andrews Royal and Ancient website by using this link! Click on RULES to take you to the correct page.

 Click on the Golf Queensland logo for access to a huge amount of information, suggestions, help and data on all levels of golf in Queensland - state, district and club.


 

 

  InvinciblesLogo  http://www.theinvinciblestour.org/

Calling all Junior Golfers. Why not build up some real experiences through competing with other Junior golfers from the Sunshine Coast and South Burnett? Visit this website to find out about this great tour for Juniors, playing at some great courses locally!

 

 PGA  http://www.pga.org.au/

Australian Golf at its Best! What is happening in the world of golf in Australia. Check it out at the PGA website.

 AdamScott Logo  http://www.adamscottfoundation.com.au/

The Adam Scott Foundation was created to provide opportunities in life for Australian children and youth. It strives to assist and support young people, to provide a greater range of options and to enhance life and career possibilities. For more etailed info, especially about their scholarship, go to ..

       http://www.golfaustralia.org.au/

Golf Australia was formed in 2006 as a result of amalgamation between Australian Golf Union and Womens Golf Australia. Golf Australia is the peak body governing the future of golf in this country. Keep up-to-date with what's new in the world of Australian golf, especially the review of handicapping & course rating.

 

 GN Logo

 

http://www.gngf.ozevents.com/

 

Greg Norm Golf Foundation for starting your junior on the road to success as a professional golfer!

WGQLogo

 

 

http://www.womensgolfqld.org.au/

 Womens Golf Queensland for information about what is happening with women's golf in Queensland.

 

www.sunshinecoastgolf.org

This Zone website is new and fresh, and maintained regularly with heaps of information about golf on our Sunshine Coast.


 www.scbdwg.com.au

Sunshine Coast & South Burnett District Women's Golf has a web site that contains heaps of info about golf in our area - coaching, competitions, rules, etc. Also contains many useful links to other sites of interest to women golfers.

 

  • CHARITY DAY SUCCESS

    The Annual Charity Golf Day raises funds for Cancer research - how good was it?


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  • 2 Apr 2018

    JAKE WINS AGAIN!

    Our own Jake Crowther is like a terrier when it comes to play off for a major event. And he has done it again!


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  • 27 Mar 2018

    RULES, RULES, RULES

    You have been hearing for some time now about proposed changes to modernise the Rules of Golf. GA have recently advised that these rules have now been finalised and will come into effect on 1 January 2019. 

    How do I find out what rules have been changed? 


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  • 9 Feb 2018

    FEAST ON THIS

    Who is this guy? What does he have to offer our members at NGC? 


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  • JANUARY THE MONTH FOR ACES

    Four golfers aced three different holes during January. Who has the right to brag, and on which holes were these feats achieved?


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  • 31 Jan 2018

    GREENS REPORT

    The weather hasn't been kind, but Andy and the boys are still on top of it all!


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  • 26 Oct 2017

    LADIES ELECT NEW COMMITTEE

    NGC Ladies held their Annnual General Meeting on Thursday 26 October.

    Gail Campling was again returned as President.

    Read on to see who else will be on the coming year's committee, and to read Gail's report for 2017.


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