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2014 / 2015 Members’ Handbook


LOCATION James Melrose Road NOVAR GARDENS SA 5040 POSTAL ADDRESS PO Box 220 GLENELG SA 5045 PHONE NUMBERS General Enquiries.............................................. (08) 8295 3793 Bar & Bistro........................................................ (08) 8350 3212 Professional Shop ............................................. (08) 8350 3250 FAX NUMBERS Administration................................................... (08) 8294 8894 Professional Shop ............................................. (08) 8350 3274 WEBSITE www.glenelggolf.com E-MAIL reception@glenelggolf.com

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2014/2015 MEMBERS’ HANDBOOK CONTENTS Contact Details ............................................................................. 1 Club Officials................................................................................. 3 Women’s Committee .................................................................. 4 Privacy Act ..................................................................................... 5 Personal Insurance Plan ............................................................. 6 Subscriptions, Fees & Levies ..................................................... 7 Handicapping ................................................................................ 9 Club Policies & Conditions of Play........................................ 10 Members’ Guests & Visitors .................................................... 16 Dress Code ................................................................................... 17 Etiquette....................................................................................... 21 Trophy Conditions ...................................................................... 27 Playing Rights ............................................................................. 41 Reciprocal Clubs......................................................................... 46 Professional Services ................................................................ 55 Program ........................................................................................ 56 Golf SA Pennants and Program ...........................................110 Member Listing.........................................................................121

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CLUB OFFICIALS (As at 1st January 2014) Captain Tony Martin Vice-Captain Gavan Fox President Geoff Gitsham Vice-Presidents Helen McMutrie & John Rawson Committee Members Paul Duregon, Brett Jarrad, Sam Koukourou, Kay Nyland, Bevan Roberts & Greg Rundle General Manager David Brand Club Professional Shane Robinson

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WOMEN’S COMMITTEE (As at 1st January 2014) Women’s President Lynne Cotton Women’s Vice-President Liz Kelton Women’s Captain Heather Waddy Women’s Vice-Captain Cathy Johnson Women’s Honorary Secretary Ros Osborn Women’s Committee Louise Pike, Carmel Fairweather & Ann Colmer Women’s Match Committee Heather Waddy, Cathy Johnson & Shane Robinson

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PRIVACY ACT The Glenelg Golf Club (GGC) is required to conform with the National Privacy Principles (NPP) as set out in the Privacy Act 1988 (a Commonwealth Act). The NPP governs the way organizations collect, use, disclose and secure information about you. The NPP also permits you access to the information held by organizations about you in order to correct or update it if it is not accurate. The personal information collected and maintained by GGC for every one of our members includes your name, address, date of birth, contact details and information specific to, and required for, the service that we provide to members. Information may be held on behalf of GGC by outside organizations in order to provide services to us (GGC). A major example of this is the GolfLink handicapping system run under the guidance of Golf Australia, which has guaranteed that such information will not be disclosed to any third party. GGC is committed to safeguarding personal information provided by members, visitors and staff. We will never disclose any personal information unless we believe there is threat to life, health or safety. GGC on occasions provides the telephone number of a member to another member(s) for the purpose of arranging golf matches. (For example, members’ telephone numbers are published in this Handbook.) This practice will continue unless a member(s) specifically advises the Club that they do not wish their telephone number disclosed to other members.

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PERSONAL INSURANCE PLAN (PIP) All playing members of Glenelg Golf Club pay a PIP Insurance Levy which covers loss or damage to golf clubs and other sporting equipment anywhere in Australia: › Up to a maximum of $5,000 per claim; › Excess payable for each claim of $500; › Does not include golf balls, consumables of clothing; › Theft must be reported to police within 24 hours; This is a summary of the covers and nothing is to be read as overriding the terms, conditions and exclusions of the policy wording. FULL COVERAGE IS AS CONTAINED IN THE PRODUCT DISCLOSURE STATEMENT, AVAILABLE FROM THE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE. In the unfortunate event that you need to make a claim under your PIP Insurance coverage, please contact the Administration Office immediately so that your claim can be processed as soon as possible.

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SUBSCRIPTIONS, FEES & LEVIES 2014/2015 Membership Season Membership Application Fee ....................................... $200.00 ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS Full Membership .......................................................... $2,530.00 Provisional Membership ............................................ $2,277.00 Six-Day Membership .................................................. $2,176.00 Weekday Membership ................................................ $1,796.00 Casual Membership..................................................... $1,265.00 Intermediate Plus Membership (25-34 years) ..... $1,265.00 Veteran Membership ..................................................... $759.00 Intermediate Membership (18-24 years) ................. $759.00 Country Membership ..................................................... $633.00 Junior Membership (under 18 years) ........................ $633.00 Women’s Try Golf Membership (max. 2 years) ....... $506.00 Social Membership ......................................................... $253.00 Non-Playing Membership ............................................... $63.00 ENTRANCE FEE (*Instalment plans available) Provisional Membership *.......................................... $7,165.00 Intermediate Plus Membership (25-34 years) ..... $3,582.50 Intermediate Membership (18-25 years) * ........... $2,149.50 Casual Membership..................................................... $1,791.25 Junior Membership (under 18 years) * .................. $1,791.25

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FEES & LEVIES Infrastructure Levy (payable on a category % basis) ...... $350.00 Catering Levy (1st Apr 2014 to 30th Jun 2015) ............... $375.00 Golf SA Affiliation Fee ......................................................$41.50 PIP Insurance Levy .............................................................$10.90 GolfLink Levy ......................................................................... $2.75 GREEN FEES GM Introduced Fee ......................................................... $160.00 Member Introduced Fee ...................................................$60.00 Member Introduced Fee (Under 18) .............................$30.00 Casual Member Fee ...........................................................$25.00 Social/Absentee Member Fee .........................................$50.00 LOCKER FEES Small Locker ........................................................................$45.00 Medium Locker ...................................................................$75.00 Large Locker ..................................................................... $140.00 MOTORISED GOLF CART FEES Annual Access Fee .......................................................... $450.00 Hire Fee (Member - Medical Certificate) ....................$20.00 Hire Fee (Member) .............................................................$30.00 Visitors ..................................................................................$45.00 BAG & BUGGY STORAGE FEES Bag Storage ...................................................................... $210.00 Bag & Buggy Storage .................................................... $260.00 Bag & Electric Buggy Storage ..................................... $315.00 Gopher Storage ............................................................... $340.00

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GOLF AUSTRALIA HANDICAPPING SYSTEM The new Golf Australia handicapping system was introduced on 23rd January 2014 incorporating the use of Slope. The Golf Operations team is authorised to manage the implementation of the new Golf Australia handicapping system on behalf of the Committee of Management. Competition grades will be determined using the player’s Daily Handicap – this will apply to competition results, NTP’s and any other grade determined prizes, unless otherwise advised. Up to a maximum of two tee options for males and females may be made available to golfers on a daily basis for competition play. The course setup will be at the discretion of the Course Superintendent in consultation with the Golf Operations team, and in accordance with the new Golf Australia handicapping system requirements. Only official competition rounds (including rounds of 8 holes or more) will be handicapped under the new Golf Australia handicapping system. Social rounds and nonindividual rounds (ie. 4BBB events) will not be handicapped. For more information on the Australian Handicapping System, visit Golf Australia’s website at www.golfaustralia.org.au. GRADES MEN WOMEN A Grade ................................................. up to 12 ............... up to 18 B Grade ................................................. 13 to 18 ............... 19 to 29 C Grade ................................................. 19 to 36 ............... 30 to 45

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CLUB POLICIES & CONDITIONS OF PLAY 1ST TEE ALL PLAYERS MUST report to the Pro Shop prior to hit off. Players MUST NOT hit off any tee other than the 1st tee without the permission of Pro Shop staff. BALL RACE The Ball Race system is used to start the field on all days except for when a Starter is present or a booking sheet is in use. This policy is in place to ensure fairness for all golfers playing at Glenelg Golf Club. It is an honesty system that requires the cooperation of all golfers to be successful. Players MUST NOT place a ball in the Ball Race until all members of their group are present, have reported to the Pro Shop and are ready to hit off. BOOKING SHEETS Online booking sheets are used in circumstances of significant demand on the tee, or to maximise limited periods of availability between tee closures. Booking Sheets will open online 8 days prior at 3:00pm. PLAYING GROUP SIZES It is preferred that all groups have four (4) or less players. However, on rare occasions groups greater than four (4) players are permitted on the golf course only if: › all opportunities have been exhausted in attempting to arrange group(s) of four (4) players or less; and › larger group(s) are not holding up groups of four (4) or less; p10 | www.glenelggolf.com


If groups with more than four (4) players are holding up other groups, they MUST immediately break in to smaller groups or let the group(s) behind through. USE OF SAND BUCKETS Each player must carry and use a sand bucket to fill divots. ORDER OF PLAY Events Determined By Stroke Play The order of play, or draw, will be determined by lot, by time sheet, or by the Starter, whichever is appropriate to the circumstances. For 'championship' events, the draw will, in the absence of special provisions, normally be seeded in (descending) handicap order. Honour on the first tee will be in accord with the draw. Events determined by Match Play Where there are qualifying rounds, the draw for those rounds will be determined by lot, by seeded draw, or by the Starter, whichever is appropriate. For 'championship' events, the draw will, in absence of special provisions, normally be seeded in (descending) handicap order. Honour on the first tee will be in accord with the draw. The 'seeded draw' for match play will be determined in accord with provisions contained in the Golf Australia Handbook. The player highest on the draw will have the honour on the first tee. Where there are no qualifying rounds, the draw will, in the absence of special provisions, be determined by lot. The player highest on the draw will have the honour on the first tee. 2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p11


SLOW PLAY Slow play can have a negative impact on the opportunity that should be available to members to enjoy the course and their game, so the Committee has put a rule on slow play in place. Please remember that your place in the field is immediately behind the group in front, not merely in front of the group behind. Members are required to maintain their pace of play so that their group holds their place in the field. It shall be considered a breach of the rules of the Club for a group to be more than one hole behind for more than two holes without reasonable cause. Members may report other members for slow play. The report must be in detail to the General Manager, by at least two members, within 7 days of the occurrence. The General Manager must advise the subject(s) of the report in writing that the report has been received and seek a written explanation. If the General Manager is satisfied that the slow play occurred and considers the explanation given to be unsatisfactory, the circumstances must be reported to the Committee at its next meeting and the subject(s) of the report must be advised of their rights under section 7.4 of the Constitution. In normal circumstances, no action will be taken for a first offence but the consequences of being found guilty of a second offence shall be pointed out to the subject(s) of the report.

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In the case of a second offence, the Committee may consider suspending the playing rights and/or other membership rights of the offending member(s) depending on the circumstances. As a rule of thumb, a second offence shall result in a suspension of one week and greater than one week for subsequent offences. This may be varied at the discretion of the Committee. COUNTBACK SYSTEM In the event of a tie in a competition where the countback applies, the order of finishing will be determined by the better score over: › the last 9 holes, then › the last 6 holes, then › the last 3 holes, then › hole by hole from the last hole. PROTESTS AND COMPLAINTS A protest in connection with any competition or match shall be made to the General Manager at the completion of the game, or at the earliest time following the reason for complaint having become apparent. MOTORISED TRANSPORT Motorised transport may be used in Club Championships and Club Competitions (Saturday and Tuesday) only where committee approval has previously been obtained based upon a medical certificate.

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ENTITLEMENT TO TROPHIES In any event where competitors are able to win more than one trophy, they shall be awarded such trophies to which they are entitled. That is, in events where scratch and handicap events are conducted in conjunction, a competitor(s) may win both the scratch and handicap events and be awarded the trophies for each. COMPLETION AND RETURN OF CARDS To be eligible to be considered, cards must: › show the player’s name; › be signed by the player and countersigned by the marker; › show the date; › show the handicap; and › show the player’s score. PRACTICE ROUNDS Any member of a pennant squad or team, or with a handicap of seven or less, is permitted to play from the championship (Black or Yellow) tees during practice rounds. Any member playing a practice round may play two balls if not hindering other players.

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MATCHPLAY EVENTS 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

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The date and time of each round will be stipulated. Should the competitors mutually agree, they may play on an earlier date. In the event that the match is not decided at an earlier time, and one side is unable to play at the stated hour on the stipulated day, that side shall forfeit the match. Should neither side be able to play at the stated time on the stipulated day, the match may be decided by lot. Matches will be played to a finish. In handicap match play events, the low marker reverts to scratch and then the calculations where strokes are given and taken are made. All match play games are off current handicaps.

LATE ENTRIES POLICY For all Club events requiring entry via an entry form, the following policies apply: Entries received after the closing date will be placed on a reserves list and only entered into the event draw should a regular entrant withdraw after the closing date. Late entries will be prioritised in accordance with their receipted date of entry. At all times, the General Manager, Director of Golf Operations, or their delegates, may use their discretion to handle late entries in a manner which may fall outside of these policy guidelines.

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CLUBHOUSE CLOSED The Clubhouse is closed on Good Friday and Christmas Day. Members do not have access to the buggy storage area or the locker rooms on Christmas Day. The Professional Shop is open on Good Friday. CLUBHOUSE CAR PARK & ENTRANCE ROAD Parking in the Clubhouse Car Park (rear of clubhouse) is restricted to short term and permit parking only. Short term parking provides for a maximum of 2 hours and is available to non-golf-playing patrons. No permit or prior arrangement is necessary. Permit parking is for golfing members with impaired mobility. A permit is available from the Administration Office, which allows parking in this area for up to 5 hours. A speed limit of 20km/h strictly applies on the Entrance Road and Clubhouse Road, and in all car parks.

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MEMBERS’ GUESTS & VISITORS The following provisions apply to members' guests & visitors: › Not allowed on Saturday without prior permission from the General Manager or Club Professional; › Not allowed on Tuesday before 11:30am without prior permission from the General Manager or Club Professional; › It is the responsibility of the introducing member to ensure their guest(s) report to the Pro Shop prior to play; › A member must play with the guest(s) he/she signs-in; › Under no circumstances may a member sign-in more than one guest to play between 11:30am and 2:00pm on Wednesday or Thursday; › It is the responsibility of the member to ensure that GREEN FEES are paid and that the guests’ name is recorded with the Pro Shop prior to commencing play; › A members’ guest may play only six (6) rounds per membership year. It is the responsibility of the introducing member to ensure that his/her guest does not contravene this provision; It is the responsibility of the introducing member to ensure that his/her guest(s) carries a sand bucket, fillsin divots, repairs pitch marks, rakes bunkers, and places rakes in the centre of bunkers, along the line of play. It is the responsibility of the introducing member to ensure that his/her guest(s) is appropriately attired in accord with the Club’s Dress Code. A MEMBER MAY NOT PLAY AS A VISITOR AT A TIME OUTSIDE HIS/HER APPLICABLE PLAYING RIGHTS.

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DRESS CODE Dress standards are designed to support and enhance an appropriate level of decorum within the Club, and to meet with a degree of acceptability among all members. Hence members, their guests, and others playing golf at the Club, must adhere to the code, and to its spirit. GOLF COURSE & PRACTICE FACILITIES Men: Traditional or modern male golfing attire must be worn on the golf course and practice facilities at all times, including: › Tailored or golf-specific trousers and shorts, preferably worn with a belt; › Collared, turtle-neck or golf-specific shirts, tucked in at all times; › All clothing free from excessive slogans or advertising; › Long socks, pulled up at all times, when worn with shorts; › Sockettes or short socks, which are plain or substantially white, when worn with shorts; The following attire is not permitted on the golf course or practice facilities: › Any clothing made from denim material; › Cargo style trousers or shorts, tracksuit or leisure pants, trousers or shorts with elasticised or drawstring waists, football shorts or board shorts; › Three-quarter length trousers; › T-shirts or singlets; › Golf shoes with hard or metal spikes; › Thongs, scuffs or boots (of any kind); p18 | www.glenelggolf.com


Women: Traditional or modern female golfing attire must be worn on the golf course and practice facilities at all times, including: › Tailored or golf-specific trousers, three-quarter trousers, shorts and skirts; › Collared, turtle-neck or golf-specific shirts, tucked in at all times unless designed to be worn untucked; › All clothing free from slogans or advertising; › Sockettes or short socks, which are plain or substantially white, or complement the colour of other clothing, when worn with shorts or skirts; The following attire is not permitted on the golf course or practice facilities: › Any clothing made from denim material; › Cargo style trousers or shorts, tracksuit or leisure pants, or stirrup pants; › Golf shoes with hard or metal spikes; › Thongs, scuffs or boots (of any kind);

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CLUBHOUSE & OTHER INFORMATION Neat and tidy, casual dress is the minimum standard acceptable in the Clubhouse at all times. In general terms, attire which is acceptable on the course is acceptable in the Clubhouse. Additionally, members and guests may wear denim jeans, open collared shirts and other casual style shirts (including t-shirts) when attending a Club or outside function, or when using the Club’s bar, bistro and dining facilities, provided they are neat and tidy at all times. Shirts may also be worn untucked, provided they are designed in this manner. Leather boat shoes and dress sandals may be worn in the clubhouse without socks. Golf shoes may be worn in all areas of the Clubhouse, except the Dining Room, unless prior permission has been granted. The following attire is not permitted in the Clubhouse at any time: › Tank tops and singlets; › Cargo style trousers or shorts, tracksuit or leisure pants, trousers or shorts with elasticised or drawstring waists, stirrup pants, football shorts or board shorts; › Clothing with excessive or inappropriate slogans or advertising; › Clothing with rips or tears; › Golf shoes with hard or metal spikes; › Rubber thongs or work boots (of any kind); Caps, visors, and hats, must not be worn inside the upper level of the clubhouse.

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Notwithstanding the above requirements, members and guests must still adhere to any special dress requirements imposed by the Club during any function held in the Clubhouse. Members will be held accountable for their guests complying with this dress code and are advised to minimise the potential for embarrassment by ensuring that their guests are aware of the Club's requirements. It is not the role of members to enforce this dress code upon other members or guests (other than your own guest). If you see another person failing to meet the standards of this dress code, please notify a staff member so that the appropriate action can be taken. It is accepted that there will be times when visitors to the Club do not meet the expectations of this dress code such as 'outside' events being conducted for the financial benefit of the Club. Therefore, it is not in-appropriate that differential expectations may apply in such circumstances, but that the tolerance of different dress forms does not diminish the responsibility of those who are members, and authorised golfing visitors, to meet, and promote, the standards contained in this code.

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ETIQUETTE The following is Club policy: COURTESY ON THE COURSE Safety Prior to making a stroke or making a practice swing, the player should ensure that no one is standing close by or in a position to be hit by the club, the ball, or any object which may be moved by the stroke or swing. Consideration for Other Players No one should move, talk, or stand close to or directly behind the ball or the hole when a player is addressing the ball or making a stroke. No player should play until the players in front are out of range, or, in the case of call-up holes, until all players in front are safely situated. Pace of Play In the interests of all, players should walk briskly between shots, walk directly to their ball, be ready to play when it is their turn, and play without delay. Players searching for a ball should signal the players behind them to pass as soon as it becomes apparent that the ball will not be easily found. They should not search for five minutes before doing so. They should not continue play until the players called through have passed and are out of range.

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When play on a hole has been completed, players should immediately leave the green. Irrespective of honour, any player who is ready should play as soon as is practicable and should not delay play for the purpose of marking their card, or for any other purpose, which is not in accord with the Rules of Golf. Your place in the field is immediately behind the group in front and not merely in front of the group behind! If a group fails to keep its place on the course and falls more than one clear hole behind the players in front, it should stand aside in a safe position and invite the group following to play through. To preserve harmony in the Club, and show due regard for the interests of others, members who are naturally slow players should choose to play at times when there are fewer players on the course. By so doing, they will place themselves either well in front of, or well behind, the main field. While, as indicated above, calling through quicker players is required, no amount of letting other players through will compensate for perennial slow play during busy periods. CARE OF THE COURSE Bunkers Before leaving a bunker, all players MUST carefully fill and smooth over all holes and footprints made on the base of the bunker using the teeth of the rake, and use the back of the rake to smooth out holes and footprints made on the face of the bunker. Players should place the rake in the base of the bunker parallel to the line of play of the hole after raking.

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Divots, Ball-marks, and Spike-marks Through the green, the player should ensure that any divot cut by him/her is filled with sand (with or without replacement of the turf) and that any damage to the putting green made by a ball is carefully repaired in accord with instructions in the clubhouse and starter’s hut. On completion of the hole, damage caused to the putting surface by shoes should be repaired. When taking practice swings, particularly on the tees, players should avoid the damage caused by removing divots. Damage to Greens Players should ensure that, when putting down bags or the flagstick, no damage is done to the putting green and that neither they nor their caddies damage the hole by standing close to it when attending the flagstick, or in removing the ball from the hole. Wherever practicable, balls should be left in the hole until the last player has holed out. The flagstick should be carefully, and properly, replaced in the hole before players leave the putting green. Players should not damage the putting surface by leaning on their putters, particularly when removing the ball(s) from the hole. Hand Carts Hand carts with wide tyres (approved by the Pro Shop) may be taken across the greens but must not come to rest on the putting surface.

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USE OF MOTORISED TRANSPORT Private single seat motorised buggies and gophers may only be used on the course where committee approval has been obtained based upon a medical certificate. Private motorised golf carts are not permitted to be used on the course (unless prior approval has been granted by the committee) and no further approvals will be given. Motorised Cart Use Notices regulating the movement of motorised golf carts are displayed within those carts and should be strictly observed. All persons who hire a motorised cart shall agree to abide by the following rules: › Two people only may ride on the cart; › Only two sets of golf clubs may be transported on the cart; › Carts must not be driven within 5 metres of tees and greens; › Soft ground and muddy areas must be avoided at all times, as must areas of sandy rough; › Carts must be returned to the point of hire at completion of a round.

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RELATIONS WITH STAFF Under no circumstances may a player, or Club member, approach a member of staff with a complaint. All complaints, on any matter, are to be directed, preferably in writing, to the General Manager. In the interests of workplace health and safety regulations, course maintenance staff have priority on the golf course at all times. When a green is being cut, or other work is being performed by staff, players shall refrain from playing until it is clear to do so, or the member(s) of staff concerned indicate that play should continue.

CALL UP ON PAR 3s It is the policy of the Club that it is not compulsory to callup on par 3 holes. However, if a group is called up, then the following applies: › Where the following group reaches the tee prior to the commencement of putting, the lowest handicap player in the group shall be responsible to ‘call up’ the following group when he/she is satisfied that all players in his/her group are safely situated. All balls in line with, or in close proximity to the hole, shall be marked prior to ‘call up’. › The lowest handicap player in the following group shall, upon receiving the ‘call’, indicate whether his/her group accepts the call or wishes the group in front to play on. › Having accepted the ‘call’, the lowest handicap player in the group must satisfy him/herself that all players in the calling group are safely situated prior to any member of his/her group playing from the tee. p26 | www.glenelggolf.com


INJURY AND DAMAGE Members are requested to report to the General Manager immediately or on completion of their round: › Any injury caused to any person; or › Any apparent damage caused to any property or vehicle, whether within or outside of the Club boundary.

EXTREME & DANGEROUS WEATHER During days of extreme weather, it is each golfer’s responsibility for knowing their limitations and to act in a responsible way to ensure their own safety. Electrical Storms Players are advised to seek the shelter of the clubhouse if electrical storms are observed in the vicinity of the course. Hot Weather All golfers are advised to take caution when playing in hot weather and to please note the following tips: › Ensure you keep hydrated by drinking plenty of water; › Wear appropriate clothing to cover yourself from UV rays – wide brimmed hat, long sleeve top, etc.; › Always use an SPF 30+ sun screen (available in the locker rooms); › Wear sunglasses with an EPF of 10 to protect your eyes; › Immediately inform your playing partners if you are having any problems.

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MEN’S TROPHY CONDITIONS CHAMPIONSHIPS Club Championship (Nov 2014) Open to all Full, Provisional, Intermediate and Junior male members with a handicap of twelve (12) or less. Thirty-six (36) holes scratch stroke play qualifying played on the one day. First eight (8) qualify for match play rounds over eighteen (18) holes. In the event of a tie, sudden death play-off in accord with Golf Australia provisions, will apply. The final played over thirty-six (36) holes. RF Stevens Trophy (Nov 2014) Leading qualifier in Club Championship qualifying rounds in the event of a tie decided by sudden death playoff. B and C Grade Championships (Nov 2014) Open to Full, Provisional, Intermediate and Junior members. Thirty-six (36) holes scratch stroke play qualifying, played on consecutive Saturdays in conjunction with Club competition. First eight (8) qualify for match play rounds in each grade. All match play rounds over eighteen (18) holes - squared matches to be decided by sudden death playoff. A, B & C Grade Plates (Nov 2014) Open to Full, Provisional, Intermediate and Junior members. Thirty-six (36) holes handicap stroke play qualifying, played on consecutive Saturdays in conjunction with Club competition. First eight (8) qualify for handicap match play rounds in each grade. All handicap match play rounds over eighteen (18) holes - squared matches to be decided by sudden death playoff.

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Club Junior Championship (Oct 2014) Thirty-six (36) holes scratch stroke play, four (4) qualify for matchplay rounds. All match play rounds over eighteen (18) holes – squared matches to be decided by sudden death playoff. Max Dale Trophy (Nov 2014) Open to full members 55 years of age and over at the date of the first qualifying round. Thirty-six (36) holes scratch stroke play qualifying, played on consecutive Saturdays in conjunction with Club competition. First eight (8) qualify for match play rounds - countback will apply in the event of a tie. Match play rounds over eighteen (18) holes - squared matches to be decided by sudden death playoff. Club Foursomes Championship (Sept 2014) Thirty-six (36) holes scratch stroke play, played on one day. In the event of a tie a sudden death playoff will apply. A, B & C Grade Handicap Foursomes Event (Oct 2014) Eighteen (18) holes handicap stroke play, played on one day, in each grade. In the event of a tie a countback will apply. Club Mixed Foursomes Championship (Dec 2014) Eighteen (18) holes scratch stroke play. In the event of a tie to be decided by sudden death playoff. Played in conjunction with the Owen Whitford Trophy qualifying round. Jimmy McLachlan Memorial Trophy (Apr 2014) Open thirty-six (36) holes scratch stroke play, played on one day. In the event of a tie a sudden death playoff will apply.

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OTHER EVENTS AH Smerdon Memorial Par (Jul 2014) Eighteen (18) holes par. Anzac Memorial Trophy (Apr 2014) Eighteen (18) holes stableford. Brian Bashford Memorial Trophy (Nov 2014) Best two (2) of four (4) Wednesday stableford rounds. Captain's Trophy (Apr 2014) Eighteen (18) holes stableford. Don Watson Memorial Par (Oct 2014) Eighteen (18) holes par. Eclectic All nominated stroke events. Half handicap at time of final round to apply. Trophies awarded to each grade. FA Lewis Memorial Stableford (Feb 2015) Eighteen (18) holes stableford. Frank Collins Memorial Stableford (June 2014) Eighteen (18) holes stableford. Glenelg Trophy (Jul/Aug 2014) Thirty-six (36) holes handicap stroke play conducted in conjunction with Saturday competitions. Harold Wright Memorial Stableford (Jan 2015) Eighteen (18) holes stableford.

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Joe Ashton Trophy (Mar 2015) Thirty-six (36) holes stableford, open to members seventy (70) years of age and over. Milo Sprod Trophy (Oct 2014) Eighteen (18) holes stableford, open to full members sixty (60) years of age and over. Reg Sands Starter’s Trophy (Aug 2014) Eighteen (18) holes stableford. Norm Omond Memorial Medal (Mar 2015) Open to players who have won a stroke event contributing to the Eclectic. Final played in A, B, and C divisions in conjunction with final Eclectic round. Players to play in division according to handicap on that day. President's Trophy (May 2014) Four ball better ball par event. Four pairs to qualify for matchplay rounds to be played on the following two Saturdays at a time designated by the Club. Squared matches to be decided by sudden death playoff. Rawson Memorial Stableford (Oct 2014) Eighteen (18) holes stableford. Sam Percival Memorial Par (Nov 2014) Eighteen (18) holes par. Steve McKee Memorial Stableford (Aug 2014) Eighteen (18) holes stableford. Summer Cup Best three of five par rounds - December to February.

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Summer Matchplay Trophy Knockout handicap matchplay event, open to all male members, to be played between November and March. Winter Matchplay Trophy Knockout handicap matchplay event, open to all male members, to be played between April and August.

PAIRS & PARTNERS EVENTS Don Harris Memorial Trophy (Feb 2015) Eighteen (18) holes handicap Canadian foursomes. Lance Begg Trophy (Aug 2014) Eighteen (18) holes handicap Canadian foursomes. Winter Pinehurst Foursomes Trophy (Jun 2014) Eighteen (18) holes handicap Pinehurst foursomes.

STATE EVENTS Brian Ferris Memorial Trophy (Jul 2014) Thirty-six (36) holes scratch stroke play, forming part of the Golf SA Vardon series of events. Open to all amateur male members of Golf Australia affiliated clubs, with an Australian handicap not exceeding four (4). In the event of a tie to be decided by sudden death playoff.

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Eric Scovell Trophy (Jul 2014) Thirty-six (36) holes scratch stroke play, forming part of the Golf SA Junior Vardon series of events. Open to all male members of Golf Australia affiliated clubs, under the age of eighteen (18) years on the day of the event, and with an Australian handicap not exceeding ten (10). In the event of a tie to be decided by sudden death playoff. Junior Shootout Comprises two (2) rounds, with the first round Canadian Foursomes, and the second round 2-Ball Ambrose. Open to pairs consisting of male or female golfers (either 2 male, 2 female, or mixed) who are members of Golf Australia affiliated clubs who are under the age of twenty-one (21) on the day of play. In the event of a tie to be decided by sudden death playoff in Canadian Foursomes format. Owen Whitford Trophy (Dec 2014) Open handicap mixed foursomes, comprising an eighteen (18) hole qualifying round to determine top sixteen (16) qualifying positions, then eighteen (18) hole handicap matchplay rounds. Squared matches to be decided by sudden death playoff. The Tuohy Trophy (Aug 2014) Eighteen (18) holes handicap Canadian Foursomes open to pairings of two generations of family members, either Parent/Child or Grandparent/Grandchild (including step sons/daughters or step grandsons/granddaughters). Pairings can be all male, all female, or mixed.

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WOMEN’S PLAYING CONDITIONS See Notice Board for detailed Playing Conditions. Unless otherwise stated, ties shall be decided by countback. Rhonda Watson Brooch (Aug 2014) For South Australian Clubs Silver Team Championship. Handicap limit 18. The teams to consist of three players and is played over 18 holes. The team with the lowest total of the three gross scores will be the winner of the Championship and the team with the lowest total of the three nett scores will be the winner of the Handicap event (trophy). Club Championship (Jun 2014) Handicap limit 18. Two qualifying rounds. Eight to qualify followed by match play. The final to be played over 36 holes. B and C Grade Trophies & ‘C’ Grade Plate (Jun 2014) Handicap ‘B’ Grade 19 to 29, ‘C’ Grade 30 and over. Two qualifying rounds. Eight to qualify followed by match play. ‘B’ Grade final over 27 holes, ‘C’ Grade final over 18 holes. ‘C’ Grade Plate for handicaps 40 to 45, will comprise two Stableford qualifying rounds with the two best scores playing a matchplay final over 18 holes. Foursomes Championship (Aug 2014) Handicap limit 18. Two stroke rounds to be played on consecutive Tuesdays. Winners to have lowest aggregate gross score. Second round to be a seeded draw. In the event of a tie winners to be decided by count back.

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B and C Foursomes Trophies (Aug 2014) Handicap ‘B’ Grade 19 to 29, “C” Grade 30 to 45. Two stroke rounds to be played on consecutive Tuesdays. Winners to have lowest aggregate gross score. Second round to be a seeded draw. In the event of a tie winners to be decided by count back. Glenelg Women’s Open Championship (Nov 2014) Two 18 hole stroke rounds, held on Saturdays (1 Division Only). Top four players to advance to 18 hole Semi Finals. Final to be played over 36 Holes. President’s Trophy (May 2014) Played in conjunction with the Shylie Rymill Foursomes. Handicap – half of combined handicap. One qualifying round. 16 best nett scores to qualify. All ties to be decided on countback. Handicap Match play: 1/2 of difference of combined handicap. . Each round to be played within stipulated date on draw sheet. If no results shown by due date both pairs will be disqualified. In the event of a match being squared at the 18th, the winner will be decided immediately by a hole by hole playoff with the appropriate strokes being given and received. If partner booked on time sheet and is unable to play, a substitute may be entered. Captain’s Trophy (Mar 2014) One round stroke play. Best 32 nett scores to qualify for match play. Match play – full difference of handicap. Each round to be played within stipulated date on draw sheet. If no results shown by due date both competitors will be disqualified. In the event of a match being squared at the 18th, the winner will be decided immediately by a hole by hole playoff with the appropriate strokes being given and received.

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Club Medal Four Club Medals to be played per year. One stroke round – one division – best net aggregate. Essex Stroke Players may enter at any stage of the competition. Two Divisions: Silver to 18, Bronze 19 and over. Four rounds to be played. Winners - including ties - of each round to play in final. A player winning a round in both divisions must nominate which division she will contest, before play in the final, which will be played on current handicap. Finalists names to be posted on board prior to programmed final play off date. Consistency Cup Four rounds of stableford to be played. Winner – aggregate best three rounds. Par Aggregate Trophy Four rounds of par to be played. Winner – aggregate best three rounds. J.M. Sims Trophy (June 2014) To be played in conjunction with one stableford round. Best stableford score in Grades ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’. In the event of a tie, winners to be decided on a countback. Shane Robinson Trophy (Mar 2014) To be played in conjunction with one Stableford round. Best overall Stableford score to count. In the event of a tie, the winner to be decided on a countback.

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Eclectic Trophies given for best nett and gross in each grade. A full round not necessary for an alteration, but players must start from the first tee. Three grades, ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’. Half handicap on which last round is played will be applied to determine the nett score. The grade in which a player is eligible is determined by handicap on last day of play. Putting Competition Putts to be counted only when taken on specially prepared surface for putting. Three (3) rounds to be played, with all scores to count. Most Improved Player who the Match Committee considers to be most improved player during Winter Season as measured by reduction in handicap. Caddie Trophy (July 2014) Any member who has caddied for Women’s Pennant during the current season is eligible. To be played in conjunction with the competition of the day. Best nett score. In the event of a tie, winner to be decided on a countback. Veterans Handicap Event Players must be 60 years of age before day of play. Two qualifying rounds played on current handicap on each day of play. The best eight nett aggregate scores to qualify for match play. All ties for qualifying positions and gross aggregate will be decided on countback. Match play – full difference of handicap. Each round to be played within stipulated date on draw sheet. If no results shown by due date both competitors will be disqualified. In the event of a match being squared at the 18th, the winner will be decided immediately by a hole playoff with the appropriate strokes being given and received. 2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p37


Grandmothers’ Trophy (Aug 2014) To be played in conjunction with the competition of the day. Best nett score. In the event of a tie, the winner will be decided on a countback. Junior Girls’ Championship (Oct 2014) 27 hole stroke event. Players must be under 18 years of age on the day of play and must hold a Golf Australia handicap. In the event of a tie, winner decided on a countback. Ella Cole Trophy (Oct 2014) 27 hole handicap event played in conjunction with the Junior Girls’ Championship. Anne Smerdon Junior Invitational (Oct 2014) 27 holes event played in conjunction with the Junior Girls’ Championship. Competitors must be under 18 years of age on the day of play. Six entries to make a competition. Current Golf Australia handicap must be 30 or under.

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SATURDAY COMPETITION TROPHIES Jacka Trophy Six Saturday rounds of stableford to be played. Winner – aggregate best 3 rounds. Parfection Prize Six Saturday rounds of par to be played. Winner – aggregate best 3 rounds. Golf Nuts Putting Trophy Six Saturday rounds with best three scores to count. Putts to be counted only when taken on specially prepared surface for putting. Wallace Stroke Event Six Saturday competition stroke rounds to be played. Winner – net aggregate best 3 rounds.

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GOLF SA EVENTS Laurel Wreath Knockout handicap match play event – full difference of handicap. Each round to be played within stipulated date on draw sheet. If no results shown by due date both competitors will be disqualified. In the event of a match being squared at the 18th, the winner will be decided immediately by a hole playoff with the appropriate strokes being given and received. International Bowl Silver and Bronze Divisions. (This competition is run to raise money to send Australian golfers overseas). Best one of three 18 hole stroke rounds Shylie Rymill Handicap Foursomes (May 2014) Played in conjunction with the President’s Foursomes. The winning pair recording the lowest nett score. Half combined handicaps shall be used. This is a State wide event and the winning card from each Club will be returned to Golf SA. The best nett score within Glenelg Golf Club will win a Shylie Rymill Brooch each. In the event of a tie a countback will apply. Golf SA Vardon Trophy (Jul 2014) For players handicap 15 and under. Different points allotted from State Events. 36 hole Stroke event, held on a Sunday.

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GENERAL Players competing on Tuesday Competition Day before 11:30am MUST enter a competition. Players playing for a handicap must play at the end of the field and must return their cards to the Committee. Visitors may not play or compete on Tuesday Competition days. Report to starter when ready to play. For booked events, report 10 minutes before time booked. MATCH PLAY EVENTS Strokes given in handicap match play events must give full difference of handicap. Foursomes events ½ of full difference of handicaps. Matches not played by the due date will be automatic disqualification of all concerned.

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MEMBERS’ PLAYING RIGHTS FULL MEMBERS Male: › Not before 11.30am Tuesday PROVISIONAL MEMBERS Male: › Not before 11:30am Tuesday Female: › Not before 1:30pm Saturday (or when booking sheet allows) SIX-DAY MEMBERS Male: › No play Saturday › Not before 11:30am Tuesday Female: › No play Saturday › Not before 11:30am Wednesday WEEKDAY MEMBERS Male: › No play Saturday › No play Sunday unless in programmed events › Not before 11:30am Tuesday Female: › No play Saturday › No play Sunday unless in programmed events › Not before 11:30am Wednesday

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COUNTRY MEMBERS ›

5 rounds under Full member conditions and 15 rounds under Provisional or Junior conditions, per membership year

INTERMEDIATE PLUS MEMBERS Intermediate Plus members can play as for male and female Provisional members (as appropriate) except: › No play Saturday › No play Wednesday (excluding Twilight events) › Not before 10:00am Sunday INTERMEDIATE & JUNIOR MEMBERS Male: › Not before 12:30pm Tuesday › Not between 11:00am and 2:00pm Wednesday › Not between 11:00am and 2:00pm Thursday › If 'A' grade, Full member conditions every Saturday › If 'B' or 'C' grade, Full member conditions one Saturday per month (excluding Stroke events). For Juniors, where handicap is greater than 27, only if approved by the Club Professional, otherwise not before 1:30pm (or when booking sheet allows) Female: › Not between 11:00am and 2:00pm Wednesday › Not between 11:00am and 2:00pm Thursday › If 'A' grade, Full member conditions every Saturday › If 'B' or 'C' grade, Full member conditions one Saturday per month (excluding Stroke events). For Juniors, where handicap is greater than 27, only if approved by the Club Professional, otherwise not before 1:30pm (or when booking sheet allows) 2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p43


SOCIAL MEMBERS Social members may play nine (9) games per membership year, paying the applicable green fee, at all times except: › No play Saturday › Not before 12:30pm Tuesday CASUAL MEMBERS Casual members can play an unlimited number of rounds, paying the applicable green fee, at all times except: › Not before 10.00am Sunday › Not before 12.30pm Tuesday › No play Wednesday (excluding Twilight events) › No play Saturday WOMEN’S TRY GOLF MEMBERS › › › › ›

Not before 12.00pm Sunday Not before 12.30pm Friday Twilight events during daylight savings period No play Wednesday No play Saturday

ABSENTEE MEMBERS Absentee members can play up to a maximum of six (6) games per membership year, paying the applicable green fee. These games can be played in accordance with your previous category’s playing rights. Absentee members must report to the Pro Shop prior to playing golf and may introduce visitors. Absentee members may practice golf at the Club, and may continue to use the Club’s Bar & Bistro facilities.

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MEMBERS’ PLAYING RIGHTS SUMMARY SUNDAY

MONDAY

M

M

TUESDAY

Category F

F

M

F

Full

Not before 11:30am

Provisional

Not before 11:30am

Six-Day

Not before 11:30am

No play, unless in programmed events

Not before 11:30am

Intermediate Plus

Not before 10:00am

Not before 11:30am

Intermediate & Junior

Not before 12:30pm

Social

Not before 12:30pm

Casual

Not before 10:00am

Not before 12:30pm

Women’s Try Golf

Not before 12:00pm

Weekday

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WEDNESDAY M

F

THURSDAY M

F

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

M

M

F

F

  Not before 12:00pm

Not before 1:30pm

Not before 11:30am

No Play

Not before 11:30am

No Play

No Play, unless in programmed Twilight events

No Play

Not between 11:00am & 2:00pm

Not between 11:00am & 2:00pm

Full Member rights if ‘A’ Grade. Full Member rights once a month if ‘B’ or ‘C’ Grade. Otherwise, not before 1:30pm

No Play

No Play, unless in programmed Twilight events

No Play

No Play, unless in programmed Twilight events

Not before 12:30am

No Play

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RECIPROCAL CLUBS NEW SOUTH WALES Bonnie Doon Golf Club (Fully Reciprocal) Banks Avenue PAGEWOOD NSW 2035 Tel: (02) 9349 2101 Web: www.bonniedoongolfclub.com.au Email: info@bonniedoongolfclub.com.au Concord Golf Club Majors Bay Road CONCORD NSW 2137 Tel: (02) 9743 6111 Web: www.concordgolfclub.com.au Email: info@concordgolfclub.com.au Newcastle Golf Club (Fully Reciprocal) Vardon Road FERN BAY NSW 2295 Tel: (02) 4928 1365 Web: www.newcastlegolf.com.au Email: office@newcastlegolf.com.au Pymble Golf Club (Fully Reciprocal) Cowan Road ST IVES NSW 2075 Tel: (02) 9144 2884 Web: www.pymblegolf.com.au Email: office@pymblegolf.com.au St Michaels Golf Club Jennifer Street LITTLE BAY NSW 2036 Tel: (02) 9326 8000 Web: www.stmichaelsgolf.com.au Email: admin@stmichaelsgolf.com.au

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AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Yowani Country Club (Fully Reciprocal) Federal Highway LYNEHAM ACT 2602 Tel: (02) 6241 3377 Web: www.yowani.com.au Email: club@yowani.com.au

VICTORIA Ballarat Golf Club Sturt Street WEST BALLARAT VIC 3350 Tel: (03) 5338 3000 Web: www.ballaratgolfclub.com.au Email: manager@ballaratgolfclub.com.au Horsham Golf Club Golf Course Road HORSHAM VIC 3402 Tel: (03) 5382 1652 Web: www.horshamgolfclub.com Email: hgc@netconnect.com.au Huntingdale Golf Club (Fully Reciprocal) Windsor Avenue SOUTH OAKLEIGH VIC 3167 Tel: (03) 9579 4622 Web: www.huntingdalegolf.com.au Email: info@huntingdalegolf.com.au Peninsula-Kingswood Golf Club (Green Fees apply) Centre Dandenong Road DINGLEY VILLAGE VIC 3172 211-279 Skye Rd FRANKSTON VIC 3199 Tel: (03) 9551 1670 Web: www.kingswoodgc.com.au Email: general@kingswoodgc.com.au

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Long Island Country Club Dandenong Road FRANKSTON NORTH VIC 3199 Tel: (03) 9786 4122 Web: www.longislandgolf.com.au Email: info@longislandgolf.com.au Murray Downs Golf and Country Club (Green Fees apply) Murray Downs Drive SWAN HILL VIC 3585 Tel: (03) 5033 1422 Web: www.murraydownsresort.com.au Sorrento Golf Club Langford Road SORRENTO VIC 3943 Tel: (03) 5984 2226 Web: www.sorrentogolf.com.au Email: club@sorrentogolf.com.au Southern Golf Club Lower Dandenong Road KEYSBOROUGH VIC 3173 Tel: (03) 9798 3111 Web: www.southerngolfclub.com.au Email: info@southerngolfclub.com.au 13th Beach Golf Links Barwon Heads Road BARWON HEADS VIC 3227 Tel: (03) 5254 2922 Web: www.13thbeach.net Email: info@13thbeach.net Woodlands Golf Club (Fully reciprocal) White Street MORDIALLOC VIC 3195 Tel: (03) 9580 3455 Web: www.woodlandsgolf.com.au Email: info@woodlandsgolf.com.au

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TASMANIA Royal Hobart Golf Club Seven Mile Beach Road SEVEN MILE BEACH TAS 7170 Tel: (03) 6248 6161 Web: www.rhgc.com.au Email: admin@rhgc.com.au Tasmania Golf Club (Fully Reciprocal) Barilla Bay SORELL TAS 7172 Tel: (03) 6248 5098 Web: www.tasmaniagolfclub.com.au Email: golf@tasmaniagolfclub.com.au

QUEENSLAND Indooroopilly Golf Club (Fully Reciprocal) Meiers Road INDOOROOPILLY QLD 4068 Tel: (07) 3721 2121 Web: www.indooroopillygolf.com.au Email: admin@indooroopillygolf.com.au Links Hope Island (Green Fees apply) Hope Island Road HOPE ISLAND QLD 4212 Tel: (07) 5530 9000 Web: www.linkshopeisland.com.au Email: golfmail@linkshopeisland.com.au Palmer Gold Coast (Green Fees apply) (formerly Robina Woods) Ron Penhaligon Way ROBINA QLD 4226 Tel: (07) 5593 1766 Web: www.robinawoods.com.au Email: info@playmoregolf.com.au

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Sanctuary Cove Golf & Country Club (Green Fees apply) The Parkway SANCTUARY COVE QLD 4212 Tel: (07) 5699 9000 Web: www.sanctuarycovegolfclub.com.au Email: info@scgcc.com.au Twin Waters Golf Club (Green Fees apply) 151 Ocean Drive TWIN WATERS QLD 4564 Tel: (07) 5457 2444 Web: www.twinwatersgolfclub.com.au Email: golf@twgolf.com.au

NORTHERN TERRITORY Alice Springs Golf Club Cromwell Drive ALICE SPRINGS NT 0871 Tel: (08) 8952 1921 Web: www.alicespringsgolfclub.com.au Email: asgc@alicespringsgolfclub.com.au

WESTERN AUSTRALIA Joondalup Resort Country Club (Green Fees apply) Country Club Boulevard CONNOLLY WA 6027 Tel: (08) 9400 8888 Web: www.joondalupresort.com.au Email: clubreception@joondalupresort.com.au Lake Karrinyup Country Club North Beach Road KARRINYUP WA 6921 Tel: (08) 9422 8222 Web: www.lkcc.com.au Email: info@lkcc.com.au

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Mount Lawley Golf Club (Fully Reciprocal) Walter Road INGLEWOOD WA 6052 Tel: (08) 9271 9622 Web: www.mlgc.org Email: admin@mlgc.org The Vines Golf & Country Club Verdelho Drive THE VINES WA 6069 Tel: (08) 9297 3000 Web: www.vines.com.au Email: bookings@vines.com.au Western Australia Golf Club Hayes Road YOKINE WA 6060 Tel: (08) 9349 1988 Web: www.wagolfclub.com.au Email: admin@wagolfclub.com.au

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OVERSEAS Singapore Island Country Club SINGAPORE Miramar Links Golf Club Wellington, NEW ZEALAND

(Fully Reciprocal)

Clearwater Golf Club Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND Titirangi Golf Club Auckland, NEW ZEALAND Royal Selangor Golf Club Kuala Lumpa, MALAYSIA Baguio Country Club Baguio City, PHILIPPINES Sutton Hall Golf Club Sutton Weaver, Cheshire, ENGLAND Hangzhou Golf Club Hangzhou Botanical Garden, CHINA Cruden Bay Golf Club Aberdeenshire, SCOTLAND

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PACIFIC LINKS INTERNATIONAL Glenelg Golf Club has joined with Pacific Links International and its worldwide network of renowned golf experiences to give members exclusive playing privileges at international championship courses around the world and at many of them without payment of green fees. While some restrictions apply, this new membership concept unites the very best courses within Asia, Australia and America and provides unique experiences to the members of the participating Clubs. The list of Clubs is growing rapidly and soon will include Clubs in Europe. Members of the Pacific Links Affiliate Clubs are able to book tee times up to 60 days in advance directly with the Pacific Links International Call Centre, Links2Golf, or through Glenelg’s administration office, whichever is more convenient. At the Pacific Links owned Clubs in Hawaii, Las Vegas, California, West Virginia and at all other Affiliate Clubs, there are no green fees or guest fees. At all Reciprocal Access Clubs, members of Glenelg Golf Club are given a discounted green fee. Cart and/or caddie fees apply at all Clubs. Tee time reservations must be booked online at www.pacificlinks.com/bookingonline , by calling toll-free at 855-688-1818 or by e-mailing Links2Golf at plis@pacificlinks.com

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Before using Reciprocal Rights with the clubs listed above, members should: › Obtain a handicap/introduction letter from the Administration Office; › Telephone the club to be visited, at least a day before you wish to play, for approval; › Upon arrival at the reciprocal club, report to the office and present your handicap/introduction letter; › Ensure you conform with all rules and regulations of the reciprocal club, including dress requirements. “Fully Reciprocal” usually indicates that it may be possible to transfer membership to the fully reciprocal club in the event that you move interstate or overseas. “Green Fees apply” usually indicates that a green fee is payable at a discounted rate for reciprocal members. Before seeking play, members are advised to clarify the nature of the reciprocal agreement with the Administration Office.

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES GOLF OPERATIONS TEAM Club Professional & Director of Golf Operations Shane Robinson Head Teaching Professional Gareth Jones GOLF OPERATIONS SERVICES The Professional Shop provides a full range of the latest equipment and apparel, offered with personalised, expert advice from Shane and his staff. Tuition is also available by appointment, in addition to expert club repair and cleaning services. PROFESSIONAL SHOP HOURS During non-daylight savings periods: Monday to Friday 6:30am – 6.00pm Saturday to Sunday 6.00am – 6.00pm During daylight savings periods: Monday to Friday 6:00am – 7.00pm Saturday to Sunday 6.00am – 7.00pm And on days when twilight competitions are conducted in the period of daylight savings until 8:00pm.

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2014/2015 Golf Programme Men’s Fixtures are printed in BLACK Women’s Fixtures are printed in RED Junior Fixtures are printed in ITALICS

DISCLAIMER Tee closures for Corporate Golf Days and other Club hosted events are deliberately left out of this Handbook to eliminate any confusion when events are cancelled or changed. Events and dates in this Handbook are subject to change at late notice. Members should always check the availability of the course and clubhouse by checking the Website or notice board, or by contacting the Administration Office or Pro Shop.

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March / April 2014 Sun

30

Mon

31

Tue

1

Par 1st round Par Aggregate Trophy

Wed

2

GOLF SA CLASSIC & RENE ERICHSEN Am/Am Corporate Event & Little Heroes Foundation Final

Thu

3

GOLF SA CLASSIC & RENE ERICHSEN 1st Round Tee times available at other clubs

Fri

4

GOLF SA CLASSIC & RENE ERICHSEN 2nd Round Tee times available at other clubs

Sat

5

GOLF SA CLASSIC & RENE ERICHSEN 3rd Round Tee times available at other clubs

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April 2014 Sun

6

Mon

7

Tue

8

Laurel Wreath Matchplay (9 holes Stableford for non-competitors)

Wed

9

STROKE STROKE

Thu

10

Fri

11

School term 1 ends

Sat

12

STABLEFORD Captain’s Trophy STABLEFORD 1st Round Jacka Trophy

GOLF SA CLASSIC & RENE ERICHSEN 4th Round Tee times available at other clubs

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April 2014 Sun

13

Jimmy McLachlan Memorial Trophy (36 Holes Stroke Play Championship) Men’s Winter Matchplay Trophy commences

Mon

14

Tue

15

Stroke 1st Club Medal

Wed

16

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

17

Fri

18

GOOD FRIDAY

Sat

19

STABLEFORD Anzac Memorial Trophy STABLEFORD

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April 2014 Sun

20

EASTER SUNDAY Pro’s vs Amateur Pennant Trial

Mon

21

EASTER MONDAY Pairs & Partners Event

Tue

22

Stableford

Wed

23

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

24

Fri

25

ANZAC DAY Pairs & Partners Event

Sat

26

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

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April / May 2014 Sun

27

Glenelg vs Grange Pennant Trial at Glenelg

Mon

28

School term 2 begins

Tue

29

Stableford 1st Round Consistency Cup & Former Committee Trophy

Wed

30

PAR PAR

Thu

1

Fri

2

Pennant Season Launch (PM in Dining Room)

Sat

3

STROKE & ECLECTIC STROKE 2nd Round Wallace Stroke & Putting Trophy

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May 2014 Sun

4

Mon

5

Tue

6

Stroke 2nd Club Medal 2nd Round Essex Stroke 2nd Round Putting Trophy

Wed

7

STROKE STROKE

Thu

8

Fri

9

Sat

10

4BBB PAR - President’s Trophy (Four pairs to qualify) (optional individual Par event) PAR – 2nd Round Parfection Trophy

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May 2014 Sun

11

MOTHER’S DAY

Mon

12

Tue

13

Qualifying round of President’s Foursomes and Shylie Rymill Foursomes

Wed

14

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

15

Glenelg vs Grange Women’s Foursomes at Grange Golf Club

Fri

16

Sat

17

STABLEFORD Semi-final President’s Trophy Matchplay STABLEFORD – 2nd Round Jacka Trophy

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May 2014 Sun

18

Mon

19

WOMEN’S CLEEK STICK AT GLENELG

Tue

20

Par 2nd Round Par Aggregate Trophy

Wed

21

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

22

Fri

23

Sat

24

STABLEFORD Final President’s Trophy Matchplay STABLEFORD

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May 2014 Sun

25

Mon

26

Tue

27

Stableford 2nd Round Consistency Cup

Wed

28

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

29

Fri

30

Pauline Sanderson Bowl at Kooyonga Golf Club

Sat

31

PAR PAR 3rd Round Parfection Trophy

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June 2014 Sun

1

Mon

2

WOMEN’S A2 PENNANT AT GLENELG

Tue

3

Stroke 1st Round Club Championships B and C Grade Trophies & C Grade Plate 1st Round International Bowl

Wed

4

STROKE STROKE

Thu

5

Fri

6

Sat

7

STROKE & ECLECTIC STROKE 3rd Round Wallace Stroke & Putting Trophy

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June 2014 Sun

8

Mon

9

QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY Winter Pairs & Partners Pinehurst Foursomes Trophy

Tue

10

Stroke 2nd Round Club Championships B and C Grade Trophies and C Grade Plate

Wed

11

PAR PAR Club Championship Matchplay

Thu

12

Club Championship Matchplay

Fri

13

Club Championship Matchplay

Sat

14

US OPEN BREAKFAST & GOLF DAY Open to Members & Guests

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June 2014 Sun

15

BONNAR CUP AT GLENELG

Mon

16

Tue

17

Stableford 3rd Round Consistency Cup JM Sims Trophy

Wed

18

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

19

Fri

20

Sat

21

STABLEFORD Frank Collins Memorial STABLEFORD 3rd Round Jacka Trophy

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June 2014 Sun

22

Mon

23

Tue

24

Par

Wed

25

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

26

Fri

27

Sat

28

STABLEFORD (Optional 4BBB) STABLEFORD

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June / July 2014 Sun

29

SIMPSON CUP & WOMEN’S A1 PENNANT AT GLENELG

Mon

30

Tue

1

Magain Day 3BBB Stableford Booking Sheet applies for this event

Wed

2

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

3

Fri

4

School term 2 ends

Sat

5

STROKE & ECLECTIC Winter Medal, 1st Round Glenelg Trophy, Qualifying for Governor’s Cup STROKE 4th Round Wallace Stroke & Putting Trophy

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July 2014 Sun

6

Mon

7

Tue

8

Stroke 2nd Round International Bowl 3rd Round Essex Stroke

Wed

9

PAR PAR

Thu

10

Fri

11

Sat

12

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD 4th Round Jacka Trophy

p72 | www.glenelggolf.com


July 2014 Sun

13

PENNANT DINNER

Mon

14

Tue

15

Stableford

Wed

16

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

17

Fri

18

Sat

19

PAR AH Smerdon Memorial PAR 4th Round Parfection Trophy

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p73


July 2014 Sun

20

BRIAN FERRIS MEMORIAL TROPHY (VARDON) ERIC SCOVELL TROPHY (JUNIOR VARDON) WOMEN’S VARDON

Mon

21

School term 3 begins

Tue

22

Par 3rd Round Par Aggregate Trophy Caddie Trophy

Wed

23

PAR PAR

Thu

24

Fri

25

Sat

26

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

p74 | www.glenelggolf.com


July / August 2014 Sun

27

Mon

28

Tue

29

Stroke 3rd Club Medal 3rd Round International Bowl 4th Round Essex Stroke

Wed

30

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

31

Fri

1

Sat

2

STROKE & ECLECTIC 2nd Round Glenelg Trophy STROKE 5th Round Wallace Stroke & Putting trophy

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p75


August 2014 Sun

3

Pairs & Partners Event (Lance Begg Canadian Foursomes)

Mon

4

Tue

5

Par

Wed

6

STROKE STROKE

Thu

7

Fri

8

Sat

9

PAR PAR 5th Round Parfection Trophy

p76 | www.glenelggolf.com


August 2014 Sun

10

Mon

11

RHONDA WATSON BROOCH

Tue

12

Stableford Grandmother’s Trophy 4th Round Consistency Cup

Wed

13

PAR PAR

Thu

14

Glenelg vs Royal Adelaide Bronze Challenge Tee closed 8.00am - 9.30am

Fri

15

GLENELG GOLF CLUB FOUNDATION DAY

Sat

16

STABLEFORD Steve McKee Memorial STABLEFORD 5th Round Jacka Trophy

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p77


August 2014 Sun

17

Mon

18

Tue

19

Club Foursomes Championship, ‘B’ & ‘C’ Foursomes Trophies (1st round) Competition of day: Foursomes (9 hole competition to follow)

Wed

20

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

21

Fri

22

Sat

23

PAR PAR

p78 | www.glenelggolf.com


August 2014 Sun

24 Men’s Winter Matchplay Trophy Finishes

Mon

25

Tue

26

Club Foursomes Championship, ‘B’ &’C’ Foursomes Trophies (2nd Round) from 8:30am No 9 hole competition

Wed

27

PAR PAR

Thu

28

Fri

29

GOVERNOR’S CUP

Sat

30

STABLEFORD Reg Sands Starter’s Trophy STABLEFORD

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p79


August / September 2014 Sun

31

Tuohy Trophy (Parent/Child Foursomes)

Mon

1

Spring Renovations – Course Closed all day (includes practice facilities)

Tue

2

Irish Stableford Teams Event (Enter on the Day)

Wed

3

No Competition

Thu

4

No Competition

Fri

5

No Competition

Sat

6

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

p80 | www.glenelggolf.com


September 2014 Sun

7

FATHER’S DAY

Mon

8

Tue

9

Stableford

Wed

10

PAR PAR

Thu

11

Fri

12

Sat

13

STROKE & ECLECTIC STROKE 6th Round Wallace Stroke & Putting Trophy

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p81


September 2014 Sun

14

Mon

15

Tue

16

Par 4th Round Par Aggregate Trophy

Wed

17

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

18

Fri

19

Sat

20

PAR (Optional 4BBB) PAR 6th Round Parfection Trophy

p82 | www.glenelggolf.com


September 2014 Sun

21

Mon

22

Tue

23

Stroke 4th Club Medal Final Essex Stroke 3rd Round Putting Trophy

Wed

24

PAR PAR

Thu

25

Pauline Sanderson Bowl (Glenelg vs Kooyonga) Tee closed 8:00am to 9:30am

Fri

26

School term 3 ends

Sat

27

STABLEFORD Milo Sprod Trophy STABLEFORD 6th Round Jacka Trophy

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p83


September / October 2014 Sun

28

Mon

29

Tue

30

Stableford Coloured Ball Competition supporting Captain’s nominated charity

Wed

1

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

2

Golf SA Country Week

Fri

3

Sat

4

Men’s Club Foursomes Championship & Handicap Foursomes (followed by BBQ Dinner & Presentations)

STROKE & ECLECTIC STROKE Final Winter Eclectic

p84 | www.glenelggolf.com


October 2014 Sun

5

Qualifying rounds of Club Junior Championship Daylight saving commences

Mon

6

LABOUR DAY Pairs & Partners Event

Tue

7

Stableford Final Winter Eclectic

Wed

8

STROKE STROKE Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

9

Fri

10

Sat

11

PAR Don Watson Memorial PAR

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p85


October 2014 Sun

12

Semi Finals & Final – Club Junior Championship Anne Smerdon Junior Invitiational & Club Junior Girl’s Championship (27 holes)

Mon

13

School term 4 begins

Tue

14

Captain’s v Vice Captain’s handicap matchplay

Wed

15

PAR PAR Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

16

Fri

17

Sat

18

WINERY CHALLENGE AND LUNCHEON

STABLEFORD Rawson Memorial Trophy STABLEFORD

p86 | www.glenelggolf.com


October 2014 Sun

19

Mon

20

Tue

21

4BBB (12 holes) shotgun start at 9:00am. Report to starter at 8:30am. Annual Meeting at approx.12:30pm. Tee closed until 12:30pm.

Wed

22

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

23

Fri

24

Sat

25

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p87


October / November 2014 Sun

26

Mon

27

Tue

28

Par Summer Eclectic begins

Wed

29

PAR PAR Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

30

Fri

31

Sat

1

PAR Sam Percival Memorial PAR

p88 | www.glenelggolf.com


November 2014 Sun

2

Mon

3

Tue

4

Stableford MELBOURNE CUP DAY

Wed

5

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Brian Bashford Memorial Trophy – Round 1 Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

6

Fri

7

Sat

8

STROKE & ECLECTIC – Spring Medal 1st Qualifying Round – Senior, B & C Grade Championships and A, B & C Grade Plates STROKE

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p89


November 2014 Sun

9

Mon

10

Tue

11

Par

Wed

12

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Brian Bashford Memorial Trophy – Round 2

Men’s Summer Matchplay Trophy Commences

Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm) Thu

13

Fri

14

Sat

15

STROKE & ECLECTIC 2nd Qualifying Round – Senior, B & C Grade Championships and A, B & C Grade Plates Stroke

p90 | www.glenelggolf.com


November 2014 Sun

16

Mon

17

Tue

18

City Mazda Hospitality Day (Canadian Foursomes) Shotgun start at 8.30am, report to starter by 8.00am Tee closed until 1:00pm

Wed

19

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Brian Bashford Memorial Trophy – Round 3

Men’s Club Championship & Women’s Open Championship Qualifying Rounds Men’s Senior, B & C Grade Championships and B & C Grade Plate Quarter Finals

Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm) Thu

20

Fri

21

Sat

22

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p91


November 2014 Sun

23

Mon

24

Tue

25

Par

Wed

26

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Brian Bashford Memorial Trophy – Round 4

AM - Men’s Club Championship, & A Grade Plate Quarter Finals PM - Men’s Club, Women’s Open, Senior, B & C Grade Championships and A, B & C Grade Plate Semis

Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm) Thu

27

Fri

28

Sat

29

Women’s Committee Golf Day & Luncheon

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

p92 | www.glenelggolf.com


November / December 2014 Sun

30

Club Championship Finals Women’s Open Championship Final Annual Trophy Presentation Dinner

Mon

1

Tue

2

Christmas Ambrose 9 hole competition teams of 5, shotgun start at 9:00am. Report to starter by 8:30am. Lunch to follow.

Wed

3

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

4

Fri

5

Sat

6

STROKE & ECLECTIC STROKE

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p93


December 2014 Sun

7

Owen Whitford Trophy Qualifying & Club Mixed Foursomes Championship

Mon

8

Owen Whitford Trophy - Round of 16

Tue

9

Owen Whitford Trophy - Quarter Finals

Wed

10

STROKE STROKE Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

11

Owen Whitford Trophy - Semi Finals

Fri

12

Owen Whitford Trophy – Final School Term 4 Ends

Sat

13

PAR 1st Round Summer Cup PAR

p94 | www.glenelggolf.com


December 2014 Sun

14

Mon

15

Tue

16

Wed

17

PAR PAR Christmas Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

18

Fri

19

Sat

20

MEMBERS’ CHRISTMAS AMBROSE

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p95


December 2014 Sun

21

Mon

22

Tue

23

TEE OPEN TO MEN & WOMEN ALL DAY

Wed

24

CHRISTMAS EVE No Twilight Event

Thu

25

CHRISTMAS DAY CLUBHOUSE CLOSED

Fri

26

BOXING DAY HOLIDAY

Sat

27

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Glenelg Golf Club Junior Shootout

p96 | www.glenelggolf.com


December 2014 / January 2015 Sun

28

Mon

29

Tue

30

TEE OPEN TO MEN & WOMEN ALL DAY

Wed

31

NEW YEARS EVE No Twilight Event STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

1

Fri

1

Sat

3

NEW YEARS DAY

STROKE & ECLECTIC STROKE

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p97


January 2015 Sun

4

Mon

5

Tue

6

Wed

7

STROKE STROKE Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

8

Fri

9

Sat

10

PAR 2nd Round of Summer Cup PAR

p98 | www.glenelggolf.com


January 2015 Sun

11

Mon

12

Tue

13

Wed

14

PAR PAR Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

15

Fri

16

Sat

17

STABLEFORD Harold Wright Memorial STABLEFORD

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p99


January 2015 Sun

18

Mon

19

Tue

20

Wed

21

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

22

Fri

23

Sat

24

PAR 3rd round of Summer Cup PAR

p100 | www.glenelggolf.com


January 2015 Sun

25

Mon

26

AUSTRALIA DAY HOLIDAY Pairs & Partners Event

Tue

27

Par Summer competition resumes School Term 1 begins

Wed

28

PAR PAR Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

29

Fri

30

Sat

31

STABLEFORD FA Lewis Memorial STABLEFORD

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p101


February 2015 Sun

1

Mon

2

Golf SA Open Day Open to Men & Women

Tue

3

Stableford

Wed

4

STROKE STROKE Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

5

Fri

6

Sat

7

STROKE & ECLECTIC – Summer Medal STROKE

p102 | www.glenelggolf.com


February 2015 Sun

8

Mon

9

Tue

10

Par Final round Summer Eclectic

Wed

11

PAR PAR Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

12

Fri

13

Sat

14

PAR 4th Round Summer Cup PAR

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p103


February 2015 Sun

15

Mon

16

Tue

17

Minda Day 3BBB Stableford

Wed

18

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

19

Fri

20

Sat

21

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Winter Eclectic begins

p104 | www.glenelggolf.com


February 2015 Sun

22

Mon

23

Tue

24

Stableford

Wed

25

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Joe Ashton Trophy Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

26

Fri

27

Sat

28

Joe Ashton Trophy

STROKE & ECLECTIC Final of Norm Omond Memorial Trophy (each grade) STROKE

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p105


March 2015 Sun

1

Mon

2

Tue

3

Opening Day 4BBB Stableford 12 holes shotgun start at 9:00am report to starter 8:30am meeting follows at approx. 12:30pm

Wed

4

STROKE STROKE Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

5

Fri

6

Sat

7

PAR 5th Round Summer Cup PAR

p106 | www.glenelggolf.com


March 2015 Sun

8

Mon

9

ADELAIDE CUP DAY Don Harris Memorial Trophy (Pairs & Partners Canadian Foursomes)

Tue

10

Stroke 1st Round Veterans Handicap event. 1st Round Essex Stroke Winter Eclectic begins

Wed

11

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

12

Fri

13

Sat

14

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p107


March 2015 Sun

15

Mon

16

Tue

17

Stableford Shane Robinson Trophy

Wed

18

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm)

Thu

19

Fri

20

Sat

21

PAR PAR 1st Round Parfection Trophy

p108 | www.glenelggolf.com


March 2015 Sun

22

Men’s Summer Matchplay Trophy Finishes

Mon

23

Tue

24

Stroke 2nd round Veterans Handicap event, Qualifying for Captain’s Trophy, 1st round Putting Trophy

Wed

25

PAR PAR Twilight Golf & Dinner (after 3:30pm) ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING at 8:00pm

Thu

26

Fri

27

Sat

28

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p109


March / April 2015 Sun

29

Mon

30

Tue

31

Par 1st round Par Aggregate Trophy

Wed

1

STABLEFORD STABLEFORD

Thu

2

Fri

3

Sat

4

STROKE & ECLECTIC STROKE

p110 | www.glenelggolf.com


GOLF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INC. 2014 SIMPSON CUP Teams:

Blackwood Grange Kooyonga Royal Adelaide

Round 1:

18th May at Highercombe Golf Club

1st Tee

11.15 am 12.10 pm 11.15 am 12.10 pm

10th Tee

Glenelg Highercombe Stirling Tea Tree Gully

Highercombe v Blackwood Stirling v Glenelg Grange v Kooyonga Royal Adelaide v Tea Tree Gully

Round 2:

25th May at Tea Tree Gully Golf Club

1st Tee

11.15 am 12.10 pm 11.15 am 12.10 pm

10th Tee

Royal Adelaide v Grange Kooyonga v Glenelg Stirling v Blackwood Tea Tree Gully v Highercombe

Round 3:

1st June at Blackwood Golf Club

1st Tee

9.30 am 10.25 am 11.20 am 12.15 am

Blackwood v Grange Tea Tree Gully v Glenelg Royal Adelaide v Stirling Kooyonga v Highercombe

No play Sunday 8th June – Queen’s Birthday Holiday Round 4:

15th June at Grange Golf Club

1st Tee

7.30 am 8.25 am 9.30 am 10.15 pm

Kooyonga v Stirling Royal Adelaide v Highercombe Tea Tree Gully v Blackwood Grange v Glenelg

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p111


Round 5:

22nd June at Kooyonga Golf Club

1st Tee

9.30 am 10.25 am 11.20 am 12.15 am

Round 6:

29th June at Glenelg Golf Club

1st Tee

7.30 am 8.25 am 9.20 am 10.15 pm

Round 7:

6th July at Royal Adelaide Golf Club

1st Tee

9.30 am 10.25am 11.20 am 12.15 am

FINAL:

13th July at Grange Golf Club

p112 | www.glenelggolf.com

Kooyonga v Tea Tree Gully Stirling v Grange Blackwood v Royal Adelaide Glenelg v Highercombe

Grange v Highercombe Tea Tree Gully v Stirling Kooyonga v Blackwood Glenelg v Royal Adelaide

Royal Adelaide v Kooyonga Grange v Tea Tree Gully Blackwood v Glenelg Stirling v Highercombe


GOLF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INC. 2014 BONNAR CUP Teams:

Blackwood Grange Mt Osmond Tea Tree Gully

Round 1:

18th May at The Vines Golf Club

1st Tee

11.15 am 12.10 pm 11.15 am 12.10 pm

10th Tee

Glenelg Kooyonga Royal Adelaide The Vines

The Vines v Blackwood Tea Tree Gully v Royal Adelaide Glenelg v Mt Osmond Kooyonga v Grange

Round 2:

25th May at Mt Osmond Golf Club

1st Tee

11.15 am 12.10 pm 11.15 am 12.10 pm

9th Tee

Mt Osmond v Tea Tree Gully Glenelg v The Vines Kooyonga v Blackwood Grange v Royal Adelaide

Round 3:

1st June at Grange Golf Club

1st Tee

11.15 am 12.10 pm 11.15 am 12.10 pm

10th Tee

Grange v Glenelg Kooyonga v Mt Osmond Royal Adelaide v The Vines Tea Tree Gully v Blackwood

No play Sunday 8th June – Queen’s Birthday Holiday Round 4:

15th June at Glenelg Golf Club

1st Tee

11.15 am 12.10 pm 11.15 am 12.10 pm

10th Tee

Glenelg v Kooyonga Blackwood v Royal Adelaide Mt Osmond v Grange The Vines v Tea Tree Gully

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p113


Round 5:

22nd June at Tea Tree Gully Golf Club

1st Tee

11.15 am 12.10 pm 11.15 am 12.10 pm

10th Tee

Tea Tree Gully v Grange The Vines v Mt Osmond Royal Adelaide v Kooyonga Blackwood v Glenelg

Round 6:

29th June at Blackwood Golf Club

1st Tee

11.15 am 12.10 pm 11.15 am 12.10 pm

10th Tee

Blackwood v Mt Osmond Tea Tree Gully v Kooyonga The Vines v Grange Royal Adelaide v Glenelg

Round 7:

6th July at Kooyonga Golf Club

1st Tee

9.30 am 10.25 am 11.20 am 12.15 am

FINAL:

13th July at TBA

p114 | www.glenelggolf.com

Kooyonga v The Vines Grange v Blackwood Mt Osmond v Royal Adelaide Glenelg v Tea Tree Gully


GOLF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INC. 2014 SHARP CUP (Junior Pennant) Teams:

Glenelg Kooyonga Flagstaff Hill

Grange Mount Osmond Southern

Round 1:

1st June at Kooyonga Golf Club

1st Tee

7.30 am 8.10 am 8.50 am

Glenelg v Southern Mt Osmond v Flagstaff Hill Kooyonga v Grange

No play Sunday 8th June – Queen’s Birthday Holiday Round 2:

15th June at Stirling Golf Club

1st Tee

9.30 am 10.10 am 10.50 am

Mt Osmond v Glenelg Southern v Kooyonga Grange v Flagstaff Hill

Round 3:

22nd June at Grange Golf Club

1st Tee

7.30 am 8.10 am 8.50 am

Round 4:

29th June at Tea Tree Gully Golf Club

10th Tee

11.00 am 11.40 am 12.20 pm

Kooyonga v Glenelg Flagstaff Hill v Southern Grange v Mt Osmond

Southern v Mt Osmond Glenelg v Grange Flagstaff Hill v Kooyonga

Round 5:

6th July at The Vines Golf Club

1st Tee

7.30 am 8.10 am 8.50 am

FINAL:

13th July at Grange Golf Club

Grange v Southern Glenelg v Flagstaff Hill Mt Osmond v Kooyonga

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p115


GOLF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INC. 2014 WOMEN’S A1 PENNANT Teams:

Blackwood Grange Royal Adelaide

Glenelg Kooyonga Golf SA

Round 1:

1st June at Blackwood Golf Club

1st Tee

7.30 am 8.10 am 8.50 am

Kooyonga v Golf SA Royal Adelaide v Grange Blackwood v Glenelg

No play Sunday 8th June – Queen’s Birthday Holiday Round 2:

15th June at Grange Golf Club

1st Tee

11.10 am 11.50 am 12.30 pm

Grange v Blackwood Glenelg v Kooyonga Golf SA v Royal Adelaide

Round 3:

22nd June at Kooyonga Golf Club

1st Tee

7.30 am 8.10 am 8.50 am

Round 4:

29th June at Glenelg Golf Club

1st Tee

11.10 am 11.50 am 12.30 pm

Round 5:

6th July at Royal Adelaide Golf Club

1st Tee

7.30 am 8.10 am 8.50 am

FINAL:

13th July at Grange Golf Club

p116 | www.glenelggolf.com

Royal Adelaide v Blackwood Glenelg v Golf SA Kooyonga v Grange

Glenelg v Royal Adelaide Grange v Golf SA Blackwood v Kooyonga

Grange v Glenelg Golf SA v Blackwood Royal Adelaide v Kooyonga


GOLF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INC. 2014 WOMEN’S A2 PENNANT Teams:

Blackwood Grange Mount Osmond Flagstaff Hill

Glenelg Kooyonga Royal Adelaide The Vines

Round 1:

12th May at Mount Osmond Golf Club

1st Tee

8.00 am 8.30 am 9.00 am 9.30 am

Round 2:

19th May at Grange Golf Club

1st Tee

8.00 am 8.30 am 9.00 am 9.30 am

Round 3:

26th May at The Vines Golf Club

1st Tee

8.00 am 8.30 am 9.00 am 9.30 am

Round 4:

2nd June at Glenelg Golf Club

1st Tee

8.00 am 8.30 am 9.00 am 9.30 am

Glenelg v Grange Blackwood v Kooyonga Royal Adelaide v The Vines Mt Osmond v Flagstaff Hill

Grange v Kooyonga Mt Osmond v Glenelg Flagstaff Hill v The Vines Royal Adelaide v Blackwood

Royal Adelaide v Flagstaff Hill The Vines v Mt Osmond Blackwood v Grange Glenelg v Kooyonga

Glenelg v The Vines Grange v Royal Adelaide Mt Osmond v Kooyonga Flagstaff Hill v Blackwood

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p117


No play Monday 9th June – Queen’s Birthday Holiday Round 5:

16th June at Royal Adealide Golf Club

1st Tee

8.00 am 8.30 am 9.00 am 9.30 am

Round 6:

23rd June at Kooyonga Golf Club

1st Tee

8.00 am 8.30 am 9.00 am 9.30 am

Round 7:

30th June at Flagstaff Hill Golf Club

1st Tee

8.00 am 8.30 am 9.00 am 9.30 am

FINAL:

7th July at Venue TBA

p118 | www.glenelggolf.com

Flagstaff Hill v Kooyonga Blackwood v Mt Osmond The Vines v Grange Royal Adelaide v Glenelg

Grange v Mt Osmond Flagstaff Hill v Glenelg The Vines v Blackwood Kooyonga v Royal Adelaide

Blackwood v Glenelg Royal Adelaide v Mt Osmond Kooyonga v The Vines Flagstaff Hill v Grange


GOLF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INC. 2014 WOMEN’S CLEEK STICK 1 PENNANT Teams:

Mt Osmond Grange Mount Osmond Tea Tree Gully

Glenelg Kooyonga Royal Adelaide West Lakes

Round 1:

12th May at Mount Osmond Golf Club

1st Tee

10.00 am 10.30 am 11.00 am 11.30 am

Round 2:

19th May at Glenelg Golf Club

1st Tee

8.00 am 8.30 am 9.00 am 9.30 am

Round 3:

26th May at Tea Tree Gully Golf Club

1st Tee

8.00 am 8.30 am 9.00 am 9.30 am

Round 4:

2nd June at Blackwood Golf Club

1st Tee

8.00 am 8.30 am 9.00 am 9.30 am

Mt Osmond v Blackwood Royal Adealide v Tea Tree Gully West Lakes v Kooyonga Glenelg v Grange

Blackwood v Royal Adelaide West Lakes v Grange Glenelg v Kooyonga Tea Tree Gully v Mt Osmond

Tea Tree Gully v Glenelg Blackwood v West Lakes Mt Osmond v Kooyonga Grange v Royal Adelaide

Grange v Kooyonga West Lakes v Glenelg Blackwood v Tea Tree Gully Mt Osmond v Royal Adelaide

2014/2015 Members’ Handbook | p119


No play Monday 9th June – Queen’s Birthday Holiday Round 5:

16th June at Royal Adelaide Golf Club

1st Tee

10.00 am 10:30 am 11:00 am 11.30 am

Round 6:

23rd June at Kooyonga Golf Club

1st Tee

10:00 am 10:30 am 11:00 am 11.30 am

Round 7:

30th June at West Lakes Golf Club

14th Tee

10.00 am 10.30 am 11.00 am 11.30 am

FINAL:

7th July at Venue TBA

p120 | www.glenelggolf.com

Royal Adelaide v West Lakes Mt Osmond v Grange Kooyonga v Tea Tree Gully Blackwood v Glenelg

Kooyonga v Royal Adelaide Grange v Blackwood Glenelg v Mt Osmond Tea Tree Gully v West Lakes

West lakes v Mt Osmond Glenelg v Royal Adelaide Grange v Tea Tree Gully Kooyonga v Blackwood


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