There are lots of dates in what is shaping up as an extremely busy year & we would like to alert you to the major external ones in our area. It is planned to have the fixture book ready for you in early March when you can check all the internal ones as well.
Most of time that you would ever see our spray unit on the course is for applications of fertilisers or soil conditioners to help maintain the health and appearance of the golf course and really poses no harm to players at all. A balanced nutrition program is the first step in reducing the need to apply any pesticides.
Check in and Check out with our QR CovidSafe APP. Over the weekend, the Premier made an announcement that all businesses have 72 hours to move away from paper-based check-ins when collecting contact tracing information.
A big thanks to all the members and sponsors who supported our Legends Pro Am on Sunday. Unfortunately mother nature decided it wasn’t a good day to play golf and we had to postpone the event at 10:30am. The good news is that our sponsors want the event to go ahead, we want the event to go ahead and most importantly the PGA and the players want the event to go ahead.
A Golf Australia report highlighting the nationwide boom in golf as a direct result of COVID-19 comes as no surprise to Sunshine Coast golf club managers. The report showed 42,000 Australians had joined golf clubs in the 10 months to the beginning of November – representing a 5 per cent annual increase in membership. Maroochy River general manager Charlie McGill saw the surge in membership coming even before the pandemic.
It wasn’t a fear of failing that concerned Luke Parker as he took a three-stroke lead into the final round of the Queensland PGA Trainee Championship at Windaroo Lakes last week – it was of not fulfilling his destiny.
As we are now officially in summer and with our wildlife becoming more active and the heat more prominent, it is pertinent to provide members with some simple safety procedures.