Opening & Memorial Day - Nett - James Battye & Sheilah Harper
Men - Summer Cup - Brian Marcon
Ladies - Summer Cup - Melinda Crawford
Men - TF Black - Robert Riggio
Ladies - TF Black - Christine Hogan
Ladies - Grandmothers Trophy -
Ladies - Bertha Brown Memorial - De'Arne Gipp
Men - Montuna Cup - Mark Clydesdale
Junior Montuna Cup - Nick Steel
Men - Laurie Jeremiah -
President & Captains Day -
Men - Presidents Trophy -
Ladies - Mr Presidents Trophy -
Ladies - Lady Presidents Trophy -
Ladies - Silver Spoon -
Men - Captains Trophy -
Ladies - Mr Captains Trophy -
Ladies - Lady Captains Trophy - Glenda Gorton
Men - Jim Graham Memorial: Lefties Vs Righties -
Men - Singles Knockout -
Ladies - Singles Knockout Matchplay -
Men - J.S. Thewlis Bowl -
Father & Child -
Men - A D Blair -
Ladies - Fay Blair Memorial -
Ladies - Joy Paulsen Perpetual -
Men - Foursomes Championships Gross -
Men - HJ Fox Foursomes Nett -
Ladies - Foursomes Championships Gross -
Ladies - Foursomes Championships Nett -
Mixed Foursomes Championship Gross -
Mixed Foursomes Nett -
Men - Most Improved Member -
Ladies - Most Improved Member -
Junior - Most Improved Member -
Ladies - Most Consistent Member -
Steve Allan Trophy 2014 - Matias Sanchez - Sandhurst GC
NOTE: Annual Presentation Dinner to be held Friday 6th November 2015. (Bookings for Dinner to be made with Julie and Staff)
The golf club does have a relaxed dress code in place but members, guests and green fee players need to be aware that there are some limitations. The following guidelines are our minimum standard required for both the course and the clubhouse.
Soft Spike golf shoes are permitted throughout the clubhouse.
Neat attire required at all times.
No beachwear, track suits or T shirts.
The wearing of casual shoes without socks in and around the clubhouse is permitted.
Clean joggers are permitted as is neat clean denim.
Sandals are permitted in and around the clubhouse .
Thongs are not permitted at any time.
The Committee accepts that there will be times when visitors to the Club do not meet the expected standards: guests attending 'outside' functions being conducted in the clubhouse to the financial benefit of the Club, for instance. The Committee believes that it is not in-appropriate that differential expectations apply in such circumstances, but that the tolerance of different dress forms does not diminish the responsibility of those who are members, and authorised golfing visitors, to meet, and promote, the standards contained in this code.
Neat golf attire is required at all times.
Collared shirts are required.
Dress shorts may be worn with socks or sockettes which for men must be predominantly white.
Board Shorts, Surfwear, T-shirts, shirts with large motifs and track suits are not appropriate.
HEADWEAR MUST BE REMOVED BEFORE ENTERING THE CLUBHOUSE.
Members are responsible for the dress standard of their guests.