The annual course renovation works were undertaken today with the helping hand of 26 volunteers. We are so grateful at Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club to have so many members who willingly pitch in when the need arises. The club’s board and green’s staff thank the volunteers for their help today.

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The Shoalhaven Cancer Care Centre charity annual golf event will be held on Friday 25th October at @theheadsgolfclub. Pen this event into your diary as it will be another fun packed day with many prizes to be won. We will publish more detail between now and the event.

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Sunday Fun-day Competition

The Heads Sunday Fun-day Competitions will continue throughout September. The fixtures for September are:
Sunday 15th September; Bisque Par
Sunday 22nd September; 2 Person Ambrose
Sunday 29th September; International Stableford

Bisque Par - This event is a variation of Individual Par. Each player allocates their handicap hole-by-hole as they like, until they have used their full handicap. You may allocate your handicap before or after playing each hole and record your allocation on the score card. The game is played as an Individual Par competition, and scored in the same fashion (+, 0, -).

2 Person Ambrose – Both players tee off on each hole. The Captain then selects the best drive which is played by its owner. The other member retrieves their ball, drops it within one club-length of the selected position and plays their second shot. This procedure of selecting the best position continues until a ball is holed. When on the green, balls are placed on the selected spot. Your team handicap is ¼ of your combined aggregate stroke handicap.

International Stableford - This event is played the same as a Stableford except for the scoring. You score as follows:
• nett par, 0 points;
• nett birdie, 2 points;
• nett eagle, 5 points;
• nett albatross or better, 8 points;
• nett bogey, minus 1 point; and
• anything worse than a nett bogey, minus 3 points.

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Balkwill-Simmons Shield

Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club - Veterans’ won the Balkwill-Simmons Shield today. The Heads went into the return game at Callala Golf Club today with 31 points lead. While Callala clawed back with 319 to 299 points win, Shoalhaven Heads won the shield.

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You’re invited to a wine tasting with a difference.

Hosted by me, Elliott Weston, Senior Personal Wine Advisor at Cellarmasters and my band Welter, Welter Wine and Song – you’ll taste the six finalists in their Red Wine of the Year competition and then listen to some cool tunes from my band Welter.

It’s your chance to put your senses to the test by trying to guess the identity of each wine (they’ll be served ‘blind’ with their labels hidden). Nibbles will be provided as well as a few great prizes.

Tickets are just $25 (fully refundable against any purchase made on the night) so round up a few friends and join us for what’s sure to be an entertaining evening!

Event details

Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club
Date: Friday 20th, September
Time: 6pm – 8.30pm
Price: $25 (redeemable on purchase)

Be quick – limited to just 40 tickets!

Link is:

Elliott Weston | Personal Wine Adviser since 2005
P. 02 9333 8344 (direct line)
Monday - Friday 10. am - 4.30pm
Instagram. westoesworldofwine

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The NSW 2 Person Ambrose Qualifier was held on Sunday 11 August. There were 78 players competing on a cold blustery day. The winner and runner up men teams, winner mixed and winner women teams go through to the next round.

The next round will be played at Mollymook (Hill Top) Golf Club on 27 October 2019.

Men’s winner: Lloyd and Blygh Herron (63.75)
Men’s runner up: Tom James and Sam Stalgis (64)
Mixed winner: Harry and Pauline Dalany (64.25)
Women’s winner: Leslee Maddinson and Peta griffin (66)

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These are worth checking out!

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Stop by the ProShop to find out more including information on upcoming trial & fitting days.

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The Shoalhaven Heads Public School worked tirelessly again this year in organising a very successful Golf Tournament, to raise funds for their school. The school’s goal was to raise $6000 - which could only be reached with the generosity of fantastic sponsors. We therefore would like to acknowledge the sponsors who are:
• Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club
• Heads Golf Shop
• Mountain Side Meats
• Bangalay luxury Villas and Dining
• IGA Berry
• The Heads Hotel
• Shoalhaven Heads Bowling Club
• Bailey Bottle Shop
• Holiday Haven
• Coolangatta Estate Winery
• Two Figs Winery
• Blow Bar on Queen
• New Vision Fitness South Coast
• Body Sculpture, Pilates and Massage Therapy
• Pony Clothing Nowra
• Berry Treat Factory
• Paul Hislop - trophies
• Lettuce Inn
• The Body Shop at home

While the amount raised will be made available next week, the school has booked next years golf tournament for Sunday 2 August 2020.

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School Charity Day 2019

The Shoalhaven Heads School Annual Golf Tournament was held on Sunday 4 August at Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club. The champions Simon Rudd, Brendon Miller, Eric Boardman and Matt Borg came in with a Nett Ambrose score of 51.5 strokes (gross 59 strokes).

The tournament was another successful community day on the golf course. There were 116 players taking part in the event with many prizes being won.

We are so lucky at Shoalhaven Heads to have a strong community spirit which is well supported by local businesses. All the prizes and meat eaten at breakfast, halfway and lunch were donated by local sponsors.

Full Competition Results are:

Winners: Simon Rudd, Brendon Miller, Eric boardman and Matt Borg;
Runner up: Pete, Justin, Jay and Joe Bellwood;
Third: Liam Dale, Brendon Foster, Liam Dawson and Josh Strong;
NTP men GA handicap: Gary Hoare;
NTP men non-handicap: Joe Bellamy:
NTP women GA handicap: Marilyn Schott;
NTP women non-handicap: Anne Boatswain;
Long Drive men GA handicap: Garry De Banke;
Long Drive men non-handicap: Jay Bellwood;
Long Drive women GA handicap: Tracy Casinelli; and
Long Drive women non-handicap: Anne Boatswain.

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The Top Gun Challenge was held on Sunday 28 July with 33 players taking to the course. The players were divided into two groups. Group One was made with 16 players and Group Two with 17 players.

Group Two commenced play on the second tee while Group One commenced on the third tee. Both groups finished with one player standing after the 17th hole. The player standing in each group played each other down the 18th hole to decide the Top Gun (last player standing).

Top Gun
John Schott is Top Gun 2019 having defeated 15 players in Group One and Nathan Rees, who is the winner of Group Two.

We thank all those who took part in the event and making it a fun and successful day of golf. We also thank the Heads Hotel management team of Lee and Leslee Maddinson for sponsoring this event. The Heads Hotel has continued to sponsor the event since it began.

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