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June, 2021 Monthly archive

The National Golf Club’s Director of Golf at Long Island, Richard Quested provides advice on how to maintain our courses in the below videos. 

As part of the Gunnamatta Course rough enhancement program, three sections of pasture grass rough have been sprayed and burnt to remove the underlying seed bank of the pasture grasses. Over the next couple of months, routine spraying… Read More…

The 2021 President’s Cup Round 3 matches have been completed, well done to all players making it through to the match play rounds. Congratulations to the players who progressed through to the Semi Finals Round. 

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The 2021 David Inglis Captain’s Trophy 1/4 Finals have all been completed, well done to all players making it through to the match play rounds. Congratulations to the players who progressed through to the Semi Finals Round. 

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As Captain I am often approached by members expressing a variety of views on how to best go about managing the affairs of the Club, including topics covering everything from our strategic goals to operational improvements. However, through the lens… Read More…

Congratulations to Charlie Battisti for his hole in one on the 16th hole of the Old Course.

 

We ask all Members to add the Club’s email address (accounts@nationalgolf.com.au) to their email whitelist, as this will avoid emails being diverted to junk mail folders. For more information on how to make this change, please click here.

Teaching Professional Andrew Kloprogge provides advice on how to hit a low draw shot in this weeks edition – Tips from the Teaching Department.

The National Golf Club regrets to inform the passing of Mr. John Howell, a member since 1999 – 2021. 

Our deepest condolences are extended to John’s family and friends. 

The National Golf Club regrets to inform the passing of Mr. Alan Dykes, a member since the opening of the Old Course. (member 1988 – 2021) 

Our deepest condolences are extended to his brothers Mark and Brian (both members), and… Read More…

Vale – Alan Dykes