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Keenan Hobbs, the new Course Superintendent, commenced work at Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club yesterday. He is currently undertaking a handover from Tony Orford and is looking forward to a seamless transition into his new role. Keenan will also be an active club member as he not only enjoys the game, he finds playing the course assists with planning its maintenance and improvements.

Keenan is a local having grown up in Gerringong while attending St Peter & Paul Primary School and Kiama High School. He now lives in Berry with his wife Karyn. Keenan is looking forward to working close to home, having worked for the past eight years at Wollongong Golf Club.

Keenan brings a depth of experience having worked in the role of course superintendent at Wollongong for the last three years. He appreciates the good shape our course is in and will take a steady hand to maintaining it (if its not broke dont fix it). He is also keen to be involved in its further development and to help the club continue to grow.

We wish Keenan every success in his new role at The Heads golf club. If you have not already met Keenan please make yourself known and welcome him into our club.

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The final round of the club championship was played today. The gross winners from left to right in the photo are: Scott Puckeridge C grade, Ian Ashbury A grade, and Justin Mangan B grade. Refer to the golf results page for further detail.

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After more than a quarter century of valued support, the PGA has confirmed that Holden will not hold naming rights status over the Scramble series after the current season. This means that the event scheduled on Sunday 17 June 2018 at The Heads golf course is cancelled. A combined bowls / golf day will now be held on the 17 June in place of the Holden Scramble.

Please make enquiries and bookings at The Heads pro-shop on 4448 8683. Note that there is a limit of 64 players.

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The annual Bolong Cup was played at Shoalhaven Heads today between Nowra and The Heads golf clubs. Each club entered nine players. Shoalhaven Heads won the cup with a total score of 296 giving them a 63 points lead over Nowra who finished with 233 points.

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The Macey Insurance Shoalhaven Heads Open Mens Golf Tournament is scheduled for Sunday 27th May 2018. We thank Macey Insurance Brokers for their continued support of this event. Everyone should be happy with the prizes on the day with over $3000 worth of Titleist and Footjoy products to be won.

Please call the Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club pro shop on 4448 8683 for more information and to make a booking for the event.

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Tony’s farewell dinner has been postponed and will now take place on Saturday 26th May 2018. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause. Please call the Pro Shop on 4448 8683 to confirm your attendance.

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A very competitive field of 16 teams fought it out in the qualifying round of the Stoney Creek 3 Ball Golf Classic today at Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club. Very high scores were posted by the winning teams. The first placed team comprising Garry Hoare, Stuart Harkin and Kevin Franklin managed to score a fantastic 98 stableford points.

Second place on 94 Pts goes to P. Barley, J. Eagle and T. Kalazjich

Third place on 93 Pts goes to T. Casinelli, N. Flood and L Davis

Forth place on 87 Pts goes to T. James, N. Gallagher and G. Bradon

Nearest to the Pins go to Nerada Flood on the 6th hole, and Geoff Collins on the 11th Hole

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Talk to a member of the Pro Shop team if you are interested in attending!

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Don’t miss this exciting new team golf format. Enter a team of three players, with one player preferably having a low handicap. The rules below should reveal why.

Enter your team at “stoneycreek3ballgolf.com.au” before 20 April 2018.

The event takes place at The Heads golf course on Sunday 22 April 2018 at 8:30am (shotgun start).

Rules 3 Ball Golf Classic

  1. all three players tee off
  2. select anyone of the three balls
  3. all player hit their second shot from the selected ball position
  4. continue playing your own ball and score your individual shots and stableford score for the hole
  5. if the lowest handicap player’s tee shot is selected, the best of the three scores is recorded.
  6. if the second lowest handicap player’s tee shot is selected, the best two scores are recorded
  7. if the highest handicap player’s tee shot is selected, all three scores are recorded
  8. continue playing each hole in this format

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