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Course News Articles

Effective Monday 29th November, Summer Cart Restrictions will apply on the Moonah Course until further notice.  Players will need to meet the following criteria to use a cart on the Moonah Course.

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Course Manager Leigh Yanner provides a short video update on a number of activities recently undertaken on the courses.

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…

Ropes on Hole 3 of the Old Course preventing carts from travelling beyond the fairway bunkers will be removed and replaced with signs indicating the no cart zone. Golf carts fitted with GPS will automatically stop if driven… Read More…

Bunker restoration works on Hole 12 Old course are progressing nicely. The large bunker on the left hand side of the fairway has been split in two with the sub base drainage in all three bunkers being installed. … Read More…

Winter is fast approaching and with the colder conditions the playing surfaces deteriorate as the grasses head into dormancy.  To assist in maintaining the best possible playing surfaces on all our courses during the winter months players are reminded to:

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The steep slope gravel path on Hole 11 Gunnamatta Course has been a problem for walking golfers and motorised carts. To rectify the problem and improve the visual appeal of the surrounding area, a new path will be… Read More…

In the interests of protecting the playing surfaces, all players are reminded golf buggies/trolleys are banned from being parked on tees or greens on all courses.

Golf Buggies/trolleys are not permitted to be taken across the greens on the Gunnamatta… Read More…

The practice fairway at Cape Schanck was recently oversown with rye grass.  As growth is slowing down coming into the cooler months, it’s important to get seed into the surface to help recovery and bolster the surface in time for… Read More…

Practice Fairway Grass Tee – Cape Schanck