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ANNUAL REPORT

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Contents Patron, Patron Member Clubs, Life Members, Honorary Members 4 Golf NSW Board, Governance & Management 5 Committees 6 Council Members 7 Districts/Zones 9 Reports Chairman’s Report CEO’s Report Finance Report

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Financials Audited Financial Report for Golf NSW Limited

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NSW Golf Foundation NSW Golf Foundation Report Audited Financial Report for NSW Golf Foundation

44 45

Events Summary of Events 2013 State Teams

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Members Membership Breakdown & Charts

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Sponsors Sponsors 75

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Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

PATRON Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC CVO Governor of New South Wales

PATRON MEMBER CLUBS The Australian Golf Club The Royal Sydney Golf Club

4 LIFE MEMBERS

HONORARY MEMBERS

Mr Brian Barnes

Mrs Marjorie Askew

Mr Gary Linford

Mrs Patricia Bridges OBE

Mrs Leonie Busch

Mrs Helen Lowe

Mr John Buckley

Mrs Frances Crampton AM

Mrs Helen Mayman

Mr Ian Chomley

Mrs Margaret Drury

Mrs Mim McCutcheon

Mr Lionel Clark

Mrs Meg Felan

Mrs Didy McLaurin

Mr Stuart Cox

Mrs Lilith Gollan

Mrs Joan O’Connell

Mr Ian Fraser

Mrs Faye Heywood •

Mrs Sue Ross

Mr Anthony Gresham OAM

Mrs Carol Humphreys

Mrs Mollie Sutherland

Mr John Higson

Mr Herb James

Mrs Barbara Uttley

Mr Kevin James

Ms Patsy Jessup

Ms Jeannie Walker

Mr Eric Kime

Mrs Lois Lillyman

Mrs Margery McWilliam OAM Mr Alex Mercer Mr Bruce Nairn OAM Mr Kevin Owens Mr Geoffrey Simmons Mr Al Trinder Mr Ray Vize Mr Earle Williams •

GOLF NSW Patrons & Members

• Deceased


Board GOLF NSW BOARD

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L-R: J  ohn Robinson (from October 2012), Lynne Ritchie, John Waanders (Chairman of Finance), Alan Harrison, Chris Allen (Chairman), Sue Fabian (Deputy Chairman), Jean Moran and Darrell Watts.

Inset: Frank Gal, John Lock (retired August 2012).

GOVERNANCE & MANAGEMENT Golf NSW is governed by a Board of Directors, Council, Committees, District and Club Delegates. The operations are managed by a team of staff headed by a Chief Executive Officer.

Board GOLF NSW


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Committees FINANCE, AUDIT & RISK

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HIGH PERFORMANCE

MATCH (WOMEN’S)

John Waanders (Chair)

Darrell Watts (Chair)

Jean Moran (Chair)

Alan Harrison

Les Browne

Annette Baggie

John Robinson

Kim Burke

Marcia Box

Andrew Tharle

Sandra Gillies

Janet Bracken

Chris Allen

Matt Green

Les Browne

Sue Fabian

Dennise Hutton

Sandra Gillies

Graeme Phillipson

Judy Haddrick

Khan Pullen

Olwyn Johnstone

Robert Scott

Julie Jones

Vicki Stride

Lynne Robson

Peter Van Wegen

Susan Wilson

Chris Allen

Chris Allen

Sue Fabian

Sue Fabian

HANDICAPPING & COURSE RATING Lynne Ritchie (Chair) Olwyn Johnstone Colin Kaye Brian Lanz John Lock John Miller

SELECTORS

Jann Pearson

Khan Pullen (Chair)

Moya Shepherd

Les Browne

Chris Allen

Bruce Nairn OAM

Sue Fabian

Dennise Hutton

RULES & AMATEUR STATUS

NSW GOLF FOUNDATION

MATCH (MEN’S) Les Browne (Chair) Frank Gal Sandra Gillies Chris Gordon Grant Harding Alan Harrison

Frank Gal (Chair)

Chris Allen (Chair)

Jean Moran

Ian Fraser

Sue Fabian

Bruce Nairn OAM

Judy Haddrick

Jim Glenday

Robert Scott

Jean Moran

John Robinson

Denis Spillane

Michael Palmer

Tony Steele

John Robinson

Darrell Watts

David Shannon

Chris Allen

Moya Shepherd

Sue Fabian

John Waanders Chris Allen Sue Fabian

GOLF NSW Committees


Council Members METROPOLITAN ZONES A, B & C

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BACK ROW L-R:  Trevor Bartley (Zone C), John Dunkin (Zone C), Mark Stamopoulos (Zone A), Kate Crone (Zone B), John Barbour (Zone B), Gerard Bush (Zone A) and Bruce Nairn OAM (Zone B).

MID ROW L-R: Barry Rowley (Zone C), Les Browne (Zone A), Patricia Nance (Zone C), Diana Lindsay (Zone B) and Robert Scott (Zone B).

FRONT ROW L-R: Lynne Robson (Zone A), Jann Pearson (Zone A), Judy Harris (Zone C), Jo-Ellen Thorpe (Zone C), NOT PICTURED:

ZONE A ZONE B ZONE C

Julie Preskett (Zone C), Alan Simons (Zone A), John Benn (Zone A), Jill Roach (Zone B) and Denis Spillane (Zone C). Michelle Adair (Zone B), Annette Baggie (Zone A), Ian Fraser (Zone B), Jim Glenday (Zone C), Carol Jones (Zone B), Julie Jones (Zone A), Margaret Koeninger (Zone A), Carol O’Brien (Zone C), and Colin Smith (Zone B).

Represents northern metropolitan clubs Represents southern metropolitan clubs Represents western metropolitan clubs

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Council Members COUNTRY DISTRICT GOLF ASSOCIATIONS (MEN’S & WOMEN’S)

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BACK ROW L-R: Ray Robbins (Alternate Lower North Coast DGA), David Chomley (North West DGA from Dec 2012), Lance Fredericks (Illawarra DGA), Ian Elliott (Central Coast DGA), Ken Martin (Western Riverina DGA), Harry McKerrow (Central North DGA), Margaret Playford (Riverina LGA), Liz Smyth (Central Southern GA), Ellen Rae (Central Coast WGA), John Miller (Central Western DGA), Peter Mackay (Mid North Coast DGA), Paul Thomas (Lachlan Valley DGA) and Grant Harding (South West DGA). MID ROW L-R: Brian Lanz (New England DGA), Paul Cortaville (Newcastle DGA), Jim Jackson (ACT Monaro DGA), Peter Brien (Western DGA), Meralyn Fage (Alternate Murray DGA), Di Boulton (North & North West DLGA), Joy Slater (WG Northern Rivers), Robyn Newey (Western DLGA), Tony Busch (Blue Mountains DGA), David Byfield (Riverina DGA) and Robert Scarr (Hunter River DGA - Retired Apr 2013). FRONT ROW L-R: Colleen Bennett (Far South Coast & Tablelands GA), Janet Frater (New England DGA), Verelle Miller (WG Central North Coast), Patricia Croker (South West LGA), Margaret O’Donnell (Newcastle Hunter LDGA), Deanne Deitz (Newcastle Hunter DLGA) and Marilyn Wright (WG Illawarra). NOT PICTURED: Ray Bellamy (Lower North Coast DGA), Marcia Box (Western DLGA), Tony Briars (Murray DGA), Maureen Cole (Blue Mountains LDGA), David Coulton (North West DGA - Retired Dec 2012), Bob McKenzie (Hunter River DGA from Apr 2013) and Robert Soper (Far South Coast DGA).

GOLF NSW Council Members


Districts/Zones 15 16

13

14

19

7

11 4

2

5 18

20 17 12

8

1

11

10 10

7 9

5

6

13

8

3 Metro

9

3

12

Metro

4

6

MEN’S COUNTRY DISTRICTS - ZONE D

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WOMEN’S COUNTRY DISTRICTS - ZONE E

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ACT Monaro District Golf Association

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Blue Mountains District Ladies Golf Association

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Blue Mountains District Golf Association

2

Central Coast Women’s Golf Association

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Central Coast District Golf Association

3

Central Southern Golf Association

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Central North District Golf Association

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Far South Coast & Tablelands Golf Association

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Central Western District Golf Association

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New England District Golf Association

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Far South Coast District Golf Association

6

7

Hunter River District Golf Association

Newcastle Hunter District Ladies Golf Association

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GolfIllawarra

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North & North West District Ladies Golf Association

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Lachlan Valley District Golf Association

8

Riverina Ladies Golf Association

10

Lower North Coast District Golf Association

9

South West Ladies Golf Association

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Mid North Coast District Golf Association

10

Western Districts Ladies Golf Association

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Murray District Golf Association

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Women’s Golf Central North Coast

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Newcastle District Golf Association

12

Women’s Golf Illawarra

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New England District Golf Association

13

Women’s Golf Northern Rivers

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Northern Rivers District Golf Association

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North West District Golf Association

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Riverina District Golf Association

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South West District Golf Association

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Western District Golf Association

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Western Riverina District Golf Association

Districts/Zones GOLF NSW

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Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

Chairman’s Report I am pleased to present the 2012-2013 Annual Report of Golf NSW. The past financial year has proven to be one of progress, change, achievements and some severe challenges.

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With the pressures and challenges being experienced we see it timely to undertake a comprehensive review of our business and governance structure. The fundamental objective of the review, which we expect to be completed by September 2013, has been to modernise our business model to ensure our strategic priorities are aligned to the needs of our members. We are assisted in this endeavour by consultants who have experience with many sports, and have done work for Golf Australia. The CEO will expand on these initiatives in his report. As reported by John Waanders’ Finance Report a substantial operating profit has arisen through a number of reasons, not the least of which being costs containment. It is anticipated that this surplus will be fully employed with a number of initiatives we expect to arise from the aforementioned strategic review. Let me turn to other areas of the business:

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HANDICAPPING AND COURSE RATING The remaining components of the Golf Australia Handicap System, including the much anticipated Slope Index, are scheduled to be implemented in January 2014. Training programs are underway, and we are confident of a smooth transition to the new platform. It would be difficult to overstate the effort that has gone into the transition to a new handicap system, most specifically the re-rating of almost 400 member clubs’ courses (many of whom have created several courses to best facilitate different forms of the game). This monumental task has been superbly coordinated by Lynnette Ritchie, Chairman of our Handicap and Course Rating Committee.

RULES AND AMATEUR STATUS Our core priority is education of players and club officials. Although we are continuing to conduct Club Level accreditation seminars around the state, the formal examination process is now available online thanks to the expertise provided by Director John Robinson who has built the platform. This process is now being trialled by other state associations and expected to form the basis of national accreditation. Frank Gal, Director of Golf NSW and Chairman of our Rules and Amateur Status Committee, together with Sue Fabian, Deputy Chairman of Golf NSW, have been busy conducting information sessions around the State for club committees - dealing with issues such as Conditions of Competitions, Course Setup (marking of hazards and the like) and Disputes and Claims.


JUNIOR GOLF

NSW OPENS

We continue to collaborate with Jack Newton Junior Golf (JNJG) with events across the State.

The NSW Women’s Open was contested in January at Oatlands Golf Club. A very strong field, consisting of Australian and European professionals, together with a number of elite amateurs, competed. The event was won by Swede Caroline Hedwell by two strokes to the brilliant young amateur Lydia Ko, who has since gone on to win the US Women’s Amateur and the CN Canadian Women’s Open.

The schools program, which is managed by JNJG, continues to flourish thanks to the generous and ongoing support of John and Jill Kinghorn. The program now employs ten Territory Managers to co-ordinate activities, including teacher training, across all schools in New South Wales. To date this program has introduced no less than 100,000 school children to the game. We consider this program to be a wonderful investment in the future, especially given the disturbing trend in relation to childhood participation in sport generally.

11 The staging of the tournament will be cost neutral for Golf NSW, and we are delighted with the support of the host club, and to our naming rights sponsor Gloria Jean’s Coffees.

Due to commercial and financial considerations, a Men’s NSW Open was not staged in the period under review. However, we are delighted that the tournament will be resurrected in November 2013 with the event to be staged at Castle Hill Country Club in Sydney’s North West.

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Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

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EVENTS

HIGH PERFORMANCE

GENERAL

Our events continue to be well patronised and run smoothly and efficiently. We are looking to hold a number of women’s and men’s events in conjunction, or at nearby venues in 2014 and beyond. We are also looking to introduce an inter-club pennant competition for women on Sundays.

Since taking on the management of the State’s High Performance Program in 2011, Golf NSW has significantly reduced the costs, yet produced better results through a more focussed and targeted program. The High Performance area of the business continues to be under revision as we refine our strategy in this area.

The golfing community has been delighted with the announcement of the appointment of Mr Sandy Dawson (President of The Royal Sydney Golf Club) to the role of Captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews for 2013-2014, ideal timing with the Australian Open to be staged at The Royal Sydney from November 28 to December 1. Congratulations Sandy.

New ground will also be broken on 30 March 2014 with the staging of the final of all five Divisions of Srixon Major Pennant to be played at the spectacular Terrey Hills Golf and Country Club on the one day. Thanks to Les Browne and Director Jean Moran whom have effectively managed their respective men’s and women’s Match Committees throughout the past year and should be commended for their efforts.

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Our state teams all performed creditably in 2013, although we failed to collect any silverware. Our men’s teams were narrowly defeated by Queensland in the final, while our women’s team finished in fourth position. The girls’ team finished equal second, while the boys finished third. Thanks to Darrell Watts for chairing the High Performance Committee.

Many changes and improvements over the past year have been driven by the enthusiasm of Stuart Fraser, our CEO who joined us in September 2012. Stuart and his staff are to be commended for not only their day to day contribution to the performance of the business, but input to the strategy review and the likelihood of change.


13 I am also grateful to the contribution by, and support of, the Board through these very difficult times. Unfortunately our Chairman of Finance, John Waanders, will be retiring from the Board in October. John has been a stalwart of golf in the Newcastle Region, serving on Committee at his beloved Muree Golf Club, and various roles in the Newcastle District Golf Association, where he is currently President. He was elected to the Council of New South Wales Golf Association (following in the footsteps of his father-in-law L.W. Clark who went on to become President). John was a Councillor on the Men’s Association from 2003 to 2004 when he was elected to the Board and filled the role of Treasurer from 2007 to 2010, before being elected to the Board of Golf NSW in 2010. He was Chairman of Finance for the first and third years on this Board. We are all indebted to John for his contribution to golf in this State.

Three very productive Council meetings were conducted over the year, and I would like to thank all Council members for their support and efforts, and more recently for their input into the Governance Review and Strategic Planning projects. Most regrettably we lost a number of our colleagues during the year: Life Member Earl Williams, Honorary Member and former NSWLGU President Faye Heywood and one of our first Golf NSW Council Members Margaret Ashton. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to all their family and friends.

In conclusion I would like to thank all golf club officials and committee members for their support throughout the year. On behalf of the Directors of Golf NSW, I am pleased to present to you the 2012-2013 Golf NSW Annual Report. Yours in golf,

Chris Allen Chairman

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Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

CEO’s Report It gives me great pleasure to present my inaugural CEO’s Report for Golf NSW. Challenges are ever present in any business/industry, and golf clubs are certainly not immune at this time. That said, in the twenty years I have been involved in the golf industry, I don’t remember a time where all stakeholders have worked as closely as they are at the moment, to tackle head on the challenges that face golf. 14

The past twelve months has seen many positive achievements materialise, and I eagerly and enthusiastically approach the year ahead with many exciting Golf NSW projects and initiatives planned. GOVERNANCE AND STRUCTURAL REVIEW The Golf NSW Governance and Structural review is one such project which is nearing completion. Coupled with a comprehensive Strategic Planning process, it will provide a clear picture of the road ahead for Golf NSW. As part of the review process, in the vicinity of ninety “one-on-one” interviews have been independently conducted with key industry stakeholders, and in addition a survey has been sent to all member Clubs to provide valuable feedback on Golf NSW and the services it provides. A Club Health Check has also been conducted as part of the review, and I look forward to sharing the

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findings of this, along with the review recommendations, at the Golf NSW Annual General Meeting on October 30, 2013.

STRATEGIC PLANNING In conjunction with the Governance and Structural Review, Golf NSW is currently undertaking a thorough Strategic Planning process to identify and deliver key strategies to member Clubs and amateur golfers throughout the State. Once the Strategic Plan is complete, Golf NSW will be able to move forward in an efficient and cohesive manner to deliver benefits to member Clubs, better promote and develop the game of golf throughout the State, and communicate more effectively with all our constituents.

Game development, marketing, promotion, communications, IT and the website are all key operational areas that will require a greater future focus. I look forward to communicating strategies that will be adopted to achieve this when the Strategic Plan is complete.

CLUB SUPPORT & DEVELOPMENT After communicating with many industry stakeholders over the past twelve months, it is quite clear that Club Support and Development should be a key focus for Golf NSW in the immediate and long term future. The current Strategic Planning process is currently identifying strategies to develop and deliver this very important member service.


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Golf NSW is also actively working with Golf Australia along with other industry stakeholders, including the Professional Golfers Association of Australia (PGA), Golf Management Australia (GMA) and the Australian Golf Course Superintendents Association (AGCSA) to help develop a National initiative in regard to Club Support and Development.

Srixon also continue to be a Major Supporting partner of Golf NSW. To Martin Wright and all his team, we thank you for your continued support of Golf in NSW.

COMMERCIAL

Golf NSW has continued to actively support our commercial partnership with Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) by communicating with Clubs concerning the competitive business terms on offer and promoting the benefits of the superior range of products within the CCA stable of brands.

A number of Commercial initiatives have materialised in the past twelve months which will assist member Clubs in reducing their operating expenses. These have included the generous apparel and equipment sponsorship by Srixon of the men’s Metropolitan Pennant competition.

The renewal of commercial arrangements with Imagetec, through the provision of photocopy equipment and supplies, will continue to assist us in minimising our operating expenses.

I am also pleased to report that new commercial relationships have been formed with Club Plus Superannuation (for the provision of superannuation and insurance products to the golf club industry) and with NSR Australia, a college recruiting organisation providing education and golfing opportunities for 15 to 19 year old Australian amateur golfers through the United States collegiate system. I look forward to announcing further exciting Golf NSW initiatives with new partners in the near future.

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That said, in the twenty years I have been involved in the golf industry, I don’t remember a time where all stakeholders have worked as closely as they are at the moment, to tackle head on the challenges that face golf.

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A full list of all our Corporate Partners is displayed on the inside back cover of this Annual Report. I ask all Clubs to consider supporting these businesses, whose assistance has helped us further support and develop golf in NSW.

GOLF EVENTS Feedback from host venues and participants has been very positive for our State events, many of which have seen an increase in participation numbers compared with previous years. As part of our ongoing planning process we will continue to review and assess the success and relevance of all our events, to ensure they continue to achieve our key objectives.

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NSW OPENS I am extremely pleased and encouraged by the level of corporate support for the 2013 Men’s Gloria Jean’s Coffees NSW Open (to be staged from November 21-24), which has largely resulted from a collaborative approach with the host venue Castle Hill Country Club to raise the required funds to stage the tournament. Golf NSW welcomes Gloria Jean’s Coffees as the Naming Rights Sponsor of the tournament, and we look forward to working with this iconic brand to help raise the profile of our prestigious Championship.

Government funding has also been secured through Destinations NSW and from the Minister for Sport and Recreation, which is testament to the importance of the event on the State’s sporting calendar. Plans are once again under way to stage the 2014 Women’s NSW Open at Oatlands Golf Club. The quality of last year’s field was world class with the likes of defending Champion Lydia Ko, English legend Laura Davies, and the tournament winner Caroline Hedwall from Sweden. We look forward to working closely with Oatlands Golf Club to ensure next year’s event is even bigger and better than 2013.


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VOLUNTEERS Volunteers are the life blood of the golf club industry, and it would be fair to say that without them the industry would not be a viable one. Volunteers fulfil many roles throughout the industry and I know I speak on behalf of the Board of Golf NSW to thank each and every one of you. I would also like to thank the Golf NSW Council, District Executives, Delegates and Club Committee Members, all of whom have sacrificed much time and effort for the betterment of the golf club industry.

In addition, I would like to thank our Chairman Chris Allen, the Board, and Sub Committee members for your support over the past twelve months, and your tireless efforts to ensure a healthy future for the game of golf. Of course good results just don’t happen, and I am very lucky to have a committed and experienced team of staff, who fulfil their roles with passion and enthusiasm, and I sincerely thank them for their efforts.

In closing, I would like to wish all Clubs every success in 2013/14, and our dedicated team at Golf NSW looks forward to working with you to achieve this. Good golfing,

Stuart Fraser Chief Executive Officer

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Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

Finance Report Golf NSW has recorded an operating profit of $478,758 for the year ending 30th June 2013. Combined with the NSW Golf Foundation’s net profit of $188,726, the total profit for the year is $667,484.

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provided by Golf Australia for statebased national camps, which was not included in the original budget forecast and the suspension of quarterly audits by the Board provided a reduction in Audit fees. The total assets of Golf NSW are offset by total liabilities of $2,749,952 which have resulted in the total equity for Golf NSW declining to $8,805,684. The Board also endorsed an Investment Policy for Golf NSW so as to maximise the security of Golf NSW funds while optimising returns on these funds through sound investment criteria and appropriation of the levels of delegations to the Chair of Finance and the Chief Executive. The additional funds secured over the past twelve months will greatly assist in our Website Development Program

which will undergo a major overhaul in the coming period. In addition the Tournament Management System is also to be updated. The Finance Audit and Risk Committee has revised its Charter during the year to take into account its expanded role in regard to audit and risk for Golf NSW. We acknowledge the support of our sponsors Keno, Club Plus Super, Coca Cola, De Bortoli, Srixon, Paynter Dixon, 2XU, Imagetec, Oxford Print, and Sporte Leisure for their valuable assistance in the promotion of amateur golf in New South Wales. In particular we also acknowledge and sincerely thank the generous support of the Kinghorn Foundation who contribute via the Australian Sports Foundation and which is used largely to promote and enhance junior golf in our state.


19 I offer my personal thanks to Denise Rogers for her effort and assistance with the finances of Golf NSW; to the CEO, Stuart Fraser for his continued input, assistance and cooperation during the year; and to the Golf NSW Chairman, Chris Allen and Deputy Chairman, Sue Fabian, and the committee members for their contributions to the Finance, Audit and Risk Committee. Finally, I wish to express my gratitude to the remaining Directors of the Board and the staff of Golf NSW for their continued assistance and support during the past year.

John Waanders Chairman of Finance

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Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

Financials GOLF NSW LIMITED A.B.N 48 001 642 628 FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

DIRECTORS’ REPORT The Directors present this report together with the financial report of Golf NSW Limited (Golf NSW), and the auditor’s report thereon, for the financial year ended 30 June 2013.

DIRECTORS

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Golf NSW held seven (7) Board meetings during the financial year. The names of each person who has been a Director during the year and to the date of this report are:

Meetings Name

From

To

Held

Attended

Chris Allen

1/07/2012

30/06/2013

7

7

Suzanne Fabian

1/07/2012

30/06/2013

7

7

Frank Gal

1/07/2012

30/06/2013

7

6

Alan Harrison

1/07/2012

30/06/2013

7

6

John Lock

1/07/2012

31/08/2012

1

1

Jean Moran

1/07/2012

30/06/2013

7

7

Lynette Ritchie

1/07/2012

30/06/2013

7

7

John Robinson

31/10/2012

30/06/2013

6

6

John Waanders

1/07/2012

30/06/2013

7

6

Darrell Watts

1/07/2012

30/06/2013

7

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PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES

STRATEGIES

MEMBERS’ GUARANTEE

Golf NSW is the governing body of the amateur game of golf in NSW.

To deliver services and benefits to member clubs and amateur golfers throughout the state including club support and development, tournaments and events, course rating, handicap administration, game development and rules education.

The company is incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 and is a company limited by guarantee. If the company is wound up, the constitution states that each member is required to contribute a maximum of $2 each towards meeting any outstanding obligations of the company. At 30 June 2013 the total amount that members of the company are liable to contribute if the entity is wound up is $1,002 (2012: $996).

SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM OBJECTIVES To efficiently promote, market and advance the game of golf in the State in collaboration with Golf Australia, District Golf Associations and other industry bodies, ensuring the viable future of golf. The strategic objectives of Golf NSW are determined by the Board, in consultation with Council and the District Golf Associations at meetings, and in conjunction with the Golf NSW Strategic Business Plan.

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KEY PERFORMANCE MEASURES Golf NSW will measure the success of its objectives through yearly club health check data analysis, golf participation throughout the State, and feedback from member clubs and golfers.

AUDITOR’S INDEPENDENCE DECLARATION The lead auditor’s independence declaration for the year ended 30 June 2013 has been received and can be found on page 22 of the financial report.


INFORMATION ON DIRECTORS Chris Allen

Director (Chairman)

Qualifications & Experience Retired Banker Special Responsibilities

Ex-officio on all Golf NSW Committees, Golf Australia Council Delegate, JNJG (Director), NSW Golf Foundation (Chairman).

Suzanne Fabian

Director (Deputy Chairman)

Qualifications & Experience Teacher (Retired) Secondary - Adult Education and Governace Consultant Special Responsibilities

Ex-officio on all Golf NSW Committees, Golf Australia Council Delegate, NSW Golf Foundation (Governor).

Frank Gal

Director

Qualifications & Experience Accounts Supervisor (Retired) Special Responsibilities

Committees - Rules & Amateur Status (Chairman), Men’s Match, Course Rating & Handicapping.

Alan Harrison

Director

Qualifications & Experience

Twenty years of experience as a Board member at golf club, district and state level. Currently employed in the public sector in a senior corporate management role.

Special Responsibilities

Committees - Risk & Audit (Chairman), Finance, Men’s Match, Golf Australia Council Delegate.

John Lock

Director - Resigned 31/08/12

Qualifications & Experience Accountant (C.P.A.) Jean Moran

Director

Qualifications & Experience Teacher (Retired) Special Responsibilities

Committees - Women’s Match (Chairman), Rules & Amateur Status.

Lynette Ritchie

Director

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Qualifications & Experience Chemical Laboratory Technician (Retired) Special Responsibilities

Committees - Course Rating and Handicapping (Chairman), BMDLGA (Secretary).

John Robinson

Director - Elected 31/10/12

Qualifications & Experience IT Specialist Special Responsibilities

Committees - Finance, Audit & Risk, Rules and Amateur Status, NSW Golf Foundation (Governor).

John Waanders

Director

Qualifications & Experience Chemical Engineer (Retired) Special Responsibilities

Committee - Finance (Chairman).

Darrell Watts

Director

Qualifications & Experience Insurance Broker (Retired) Special Responsibilities

Committees - High Performance (Chairman), JNJG (Director).

Signed in accordance with a resolution of the Board of Directors.

Chris Allen Chairman Dated this 18th of September 2013

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Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

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STATEMENT OF PROFIT OR LOSS AND OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

Note

2013 $

2012 $

INCOME Revenue

2

4,796,759

4,615,697

Other Income

2

2,341,737

2,693,883

7,138,496

7,309,580

TOTAL INCOME EXPENDITURE Employee Benefits Expense

3

(1,484,477)

(1,601,427)

Depreciation Expense

3

(225,848)

(222,089)

(236,723)

(246,570)

(6,283)

(9,630)

High Performance Program

(86,797)

(72,375)

Audit Fees

(23,750)

(28,000)

Committee Expenses

(21,557)

(46,089)

Computer / Information Technology

(79,880)

(80,951)

(118,915)

-

Council Expenses

(33,457)

(73,412)

Development Grants and Donations

(69,407)

(61,107)

DGA Development Program

(17,932)

(14,719)

(1,908,000)

(1,726,442)

Golf Access Australia and Golfers Club NSW

(16,696)

(21,696)

Golf NSW Board Expenses

(52,347)

(54,028)

Insurances

(46,948)

(43,554)

Interstate Teams

(96,979)

(163,851)

(155,000)

(155,000)

(8,320)

(44,315)

Motor Vehicle Expenses

(11,385)

(32,475)

Merchandise Purchases

(5,228)

(19,169)

NSW Golf Foundation - Annual Grant

(31,200)

(31,200)

PR / Entertainment

(23,489)

(31,980)

Repairs and Maintenance

(13,781)

(19,937)

Rules Seminars

(21,077)

(12,015)

Administration Bank Charges and Card Fees

Consulting Fees - Governance Review and Strategic Planning

Golf Australia

JNJG Annual Grant Legal

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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STATEMENT OF PROFIT OR LOSS AND OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013 cont. 2013 $

2012 $

(22,891)

(22,362)

(432,226)

(432,507)

(94,031)

(512,851)

(142,500)

(100,000)

(1,015,088)

(1,228,749)

31,200

31,200

6,471,012

7,077,300

667,484

232,280

-

-

667,484

232,280

-

-

TOTAL COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR

667,484

232,280

TOTAL COMPREHENSIVE INCOME ATTRIBUTABLE TO MEMBERS OF THE ENTITY

667,484

232,280

Note

EXPENDITURE cont. Small Club Rebates Tournaments - General Tournaments - NSW Opens Sponsorship Servicing NSW Golf Foundation - Expenses NSW Golf Foundation - Elimination of Internal Expenses TOTAL EXPENDITURE Current year surplus before income tax Income tax expense

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NET CURRENT YEAR SURPLUS ATTRIBUTABLE TO MEMBERS OF THE ENTITY Other comprehensive income for the year

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013 Note

2013 $

2012 $

ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents

4

8,551,271

7,669,907

Accounts receivable and other debtors

5

125,600

398,546

Inventories on hand

6

10,557

49,778

Other current assets

7

39,213

34,974

8,726,641

8,153,205

2,828,995

3,040,877

2,828,995

3,040,877

11,555,636

11,194,082

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS NON-CURRENT ASSETS Property, plant and equipment

8

TOTAL NON-CURRENT ASSETS TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES CURRENT LIABILITIES Accounts payable and other payables

9

2,179,018

1,244,829

Employee benefits

10

158,016

198,834

2,337,034

1,443,663

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES Accounts payable and other payables

9

358,560

-

Employee benefits

10

54,358

41,711

412,918

41,711

TOTAL LIABILITIES

2,749,952

1,485,374

NET ASSETS

8,805,684

9,708,708

7,855,717

7,376,959

949,967

2,331,749

8,805,684

9,708,708

TOTAL NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES

EQUITY Retained surplus Reserves TOTAL EQUITY

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

Note

BALANCE AT 1 JULY 2011

Retained Surplus $

NSW Golf Foundation Reserve $

Total $

7,152,190

2,324,238

9,476,428

COMPREHENSIVE INCOME Surplus for the year attributable to members of the entity

232,280

Other comprehensive income for the year

232,280

-

-

-

7,384,470

2,324,238

9,708,708

Transfer to NSW Golf Foundation Reserve

(7,511)

7,511

-

Total other transfers

(7,511)

7,511

-

BALANCE AT 30 JUNE 2012

7,376,959

2,331,749

9,708,708

BALANCE AT 1 JULY 2012

7,376,959

2,331,749

9,708,708

667,484

-

667,484

-

-

-

667,484

-

667,484

(188,726)

188,726

-

(1,570,508)

(1,570,508)

Total comprehensive income attributable to members of the entity OTHER TRANSFERS

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COMPREHENSIVE INCOME Surplus for the year attributable to members of the entity Other comprehensive income for the year Total comprehensive income attributable to members of the entity OTHER TRANSFERS Transfer to NSW Golf Foundation Reserve NSW Golf Foundation Funds held in trust for Junior Golf Development

1(q)

Total other transfers

(188,726)

(1,381,782)

(1,570,508)

BALANCE AT 30 JUNE 2013

7,855,717

949,967

8,805,684

For a description of each reserve, refer to Note 16. The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013 2013 $

2012 $

7,296,672

7,419,775

(6,672,587)

(6,483,939)

271,245

273,164

895,330

1,209,000

-

37,727

Payment for property, plant and equipment

(13,966)

(118,446)

NET CASH USED IN INVESTING ACTIVITIES

(13,966)

(80,719)

Repayment of finance lease liabilities

-

-

Increase in finance lease commitments

-

-

NET CASH USED IN FINANCING ACTIVITIES

-

-

NET INCREASE/(DECREASE) IN CASH HELD

881,364

1,128,281

7,669,907

6,541,626

8,551,271

7,669,907

Note

CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Receipts from customers and members Payments to suppliers and employees Interest received NET CASH GENERATED FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES

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CASH FLOW FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES Proceeds from sale of property, plant and equipment

CASH FLOW FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES

Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the financial year CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AT THE END OF THE FINANCIAL YEAR

4

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013 The financial statements cover Golf NSW Limited as an individual company, incorporated and domiciled in Australia. Golf NSW Limited is a company limited by guarantee. Note 1

Summary of Significant Accounting Policies

Basis of Preparation Golf NSW Limited has elected to early adopt the Australian Accounting Standards – Reduced Disclosure Requirements as set out in AASB 1053: Application of Tiers of Australian Accounting Standards and AASB 2010-2: Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards arising from Reduced Disclosure Requirements. The company has also adopted AASB 2011-2: Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards arising from the Trans-Tasman Convergence Project - Reduced Disclosure Requirements and AASB 2012-7: Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards arising from Reduced Disclosure Requirements. The financial statements are general purpose financial statements that have been prepared in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards – Reduced Disclosure Requirements of the Australian Accounting Standards Board and the Corporations Act 2001. The company is a not-for-profit company for financial reporting purposes under Australian Accounting Standards. Australian Accounting Standards set out accounting policies that the AASB has concluded would result in financial statements containing relevant and reliable information about transactions, events and conditions. Compliance with Australian Accounting Standards ensures that the financial statements and notes also comply with International Financial Reporting Standards. Material accounting policies adopted in the preparation of the financial statements are presented below and have been consistently applied unless otherwise stated.

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The financial statements, except for the cash flow information, have been prepared on an accruals basis and are based on historical costs, modified, where applicable by the measurement at fair value of selected non-current assets, financial assets and financial liabilities. The amounts presented in the financial statements have been rounded to the nearest dollar. The financial statements were authorised for issue on 18th of September 2013 by the Directors of the company. Accounting Policies (a) Revenue and Other Income Revenue Revenue represents revenue earned through affiliation fees and is recognised when the fees become receivable. This includes Capitation Fees payable to Golf Australia as stated in Note 2. Other Income Revenue from the rendering of a service or goods sold is recognised upon the delivery of the service to the customers. Sponsorship income is recognised as relating to the financial year. Sponsorship income includes valuein-kind, which is recognised as both income and expense in the Statement of Profit or Loss and Other Comprehensive Income. Grant Revenue Non-reciprocal grant revenue is recognised in the statement of profit or loss when the company obtains control of the grant and it is probable that the economic benefits gained from the grant will flow to the company and the amount of the grant can be measured reliably. If conditions are attached to the grant which must be satisfied before it is eligible to receive the contribution, the recognition of the grant as revenue will be deferred until those conditions are satisfied. When grant revenue is received whereby the company incurs an obligation to deliver economic value directly back to the contributor, this is considered a reciprocal transaction and the grant revenue is recognised in the statement of financial position as a liability until the service has been delivered to the contributor, otherwise the grant is recognised as income on receipt. Donations and bequests are recognised as revenue when received.

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Interest Revenue Interest revenue is recognised using the effective interest method, which for floating rate financial assets is the rate inherent in the instrument. Dividend revenue is recognised when the right to receive a dividend has been established. All revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST). (b) Inventories Inventories are measured at the lower of cost and current replacement cost. Inventories held for distribution are measured at cost adjusted, when applicable, for any loss of service potential. Inventories acquired at no cost or for nominal consideration are measured at the current replacement cost as at the date of acquisition. (c) Property, Plant and Equipment Each class of property, plant and equipment is carried at cost or fair value as indicated, less, where applicable, accumulated depreciation and impairment losses. Freehold Property Freehold land and buildings are revalued regularly and at least trienially. Freehold Land and Buildings are shown at cost price, less subsequent depreciation for buildings. In periods when the freehold land and buildings are not subject to an independent valuation, the Directors conduct Directors’ valuations to ensure the carrying amount for the land and buildings is not materially different to the fair value. Increases in the carrying amount arising on revaluation of land and buildings are recognised in other comprehensive income and accumulated in the revaluation surplus in equity. Revaluation decreases that offset previous increases of the same class of assets shall be recognised in other comprehensive income under the heading of revaluation surplus. All other decreases are recognised in the statement of comprehensive income. Any accumulated depreciation at the date of the revaluation is eliminated against the gross carrying amount of the asset and the net amount is restated to the revalued amount of the asset. Freehold land and buildings that have been contributed at no cost or for nominal cost are initially recognised and measured at the fair value of the asset at the date it is acquired. Plant and Equipment Plant and equipment are measured on the cost basis and are therefore carried at cost less accumulated depreciation and any accumulated impairment losses. In the event the carrying amount of plant and equipment is greater than its estimated recoverable amount, the carrying amount is written down immediately to its estimated recoverable amount and impairment losses sre recognised either in profit or loss or as a revaluation decrease if the impairment losses relate to a revalued asset. A formal assessment of recoverable amount is made when impairment indicators are present (refer to Note 1(f) for details of impairment). Subsequent costs are included in the asset’s carrying amount or recognised as a separate asset, as appropriate, only when it is probable that future economic benefits associated with the item will flow to the company and the cost of the item can be measured reliably. All other repairs and maintenance are recognised as expenses in profit or loss in the financial period in which they are incurred. Plant and equipment that have been contributed at no cost, or for nominal cost, are valued and recognised at the fair value of the asset at the date it is acquired.

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(d) Depreciation The depreciable amount of all fixed assets, including buildings and capitalised lease assets but excluding freehold land, is depreciated on a straight-line basis over the asset’s useful life to the company commencing from the time the asset is held ready for use. Leasehold improvements are depreciated over the shorter of either the unexpired period of the lease or the estimated useful lives of the improvements. The depreciation rates used for each class of depreciable assets are: Class of Fixed Asset

Depreciation Rate

Buildings

2%

Plant and equipment

10% to 33%

Motor Vehicles

25%

The assets’ residual values and useful lives are reviewed and adjusted, if appropriate, at the end of each reporting period. Gains and losses on disposals are determined by comparing proceeds with the carrying amount. These gains or losses are recognised as income in profit or loss in the period which they arise. When revalued assets are sold, amounts included in the revaluation surplus relating to that asset are transferred to retained earnings. (e) Financial Instruments Initial Recognition and Measurement

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Financial assets and financial liabilities are recognised when the company becomes a party to the contractual provisions to the instrument. For financial assets, this is equivalent to the date that the company commits itself to either purchase or sell the asset (i.e. trade date accounting is adopted). Financial instruments are initially measured at fair value plus transactions costs, except where the instrument is classified ‘at fair value through profit or loss’, in which case transaction costs are recognised as expenses in profit or loss immediately. Classification and Subsequent Measurement Financial instruments are subsequently measured at fair value, amortised cost using the effective interest method, or cost. Where available, quoted prices in an active market are used to determine fair value. In other circumstances, valuation techniques are adopted. Amortised cost is calculated as the amount at which the financial asset or financial liability is measured at initial recognition less principal repayments and any reduction for impairment, and adjusted for any cumulative amortisation of the difference between that initial amount and the maturity amount calculated using the effective interest method. The effective interest method is used to allocate interest income or interest expense over the relevant period and is equivalent to the rate that exactly discounts estimated future cash payments or receipts (including fees, transaction costs and other premiums or discounts) through the expected life (or when this cannot be reliably predicted, the contractual term) of the financial instrument to the net carrying amount of the financial asset or financial liability. Revisions to expected future net cash flows will necessitate an adjustment to the carrying amount with a consequential recognition of an income or expense item in profit or loss. Fair value is determined based on current bid prices for all quoted investments. Valuation techniques are applied to determine the fair value for all unlisted securities, including recent arm’s length transactions, reference to similar instruments and option pricing models.

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(i) Financial assets at fair value through profit or loss Financial assets are classified at “fair value through profit or loss” when they are held for trading for the purpose of short-term profit taking, derivatives not held for hedging purposes, or when they are designated as such to avoid an accounting mismatch or to enable performance evaluation where a group of financial assets is managed by key management personnel on a fair value basis in accordance with a documented risk management or investment strategy. Such assets are subsequently measured at fair value with changes in carrying amount being included in profit or loss. (ii) Loans and receivables Loans and receivables are non-derivative financial assets with fixed or determinable payments that are not quoted in an active market and are subsequently measured at amortised cost. Gains or losses are recognised in profit or loss through the amortisation process and when the financial asset is derecognised. (iii) Held-to-maturity investments Held-to-maturity investments are non-derivative financial assets that have fixed maturities and fixed or determinable payments, and it is the company’s intention to hold these investments to maturity. They are subsequently measured at amortised cost. Gains or losses are recognised in profit or loss through the amortisation process and when the financial asset is derecognised. (iv) Available-for-sale investments Available-for-sale investments are non-derivative financial assets that are either not capable of being classified into other categories of financial assets due to their nature or they are designated as such by management. They comprise investments in the equity of other companies where there is neither a fixed maturity nor fixed or determinable payments. They are subsequently measured at fair value with any remeasurements other than impairment losses and foreign exchange gains and losses recognised in other comprehensive income. When the financial asset is derecognised, the cumulative gain or loss pertaining to that asset previously recognised in other comprehensive income is reclassified into profit or loss. Available-for-sale financial assets are classified as non-current assets when they are expected to be sold within 12 months after the end of the reporting period. All other available-for-sale financial assets are classified as current assets. (v) Financial liabilities Non-derivative financial liabilities other than financial guarantees are subsequently measured at amortised cost. Gains or losses are recognised in profit or loss through the amortisation process and when the financial liability is derecognised. Impairment At the end of each reporting period, the company assesses whether there is objective evidence that a financial asset has been impaired. A financial asset (or a group of financial assets) is deemed to be impaired if, and only if, there is objective evidence of impairment as a result of one or more events (a “loss event”) having occurred, which has an impact on the estimated future cash flows of the financial asset(s). In the case of available-for-sale financial assets, a significant or prolonged decline in the market value of the instrument is considered to constitute a loss event. Impairment losses are recognised in profit or loss immediately. Also, any cumulative decline in fair value previously recognised in other comprehensive income is reclassified to profit or loss at this point.

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In the case of financial assets carried at amortised cost, loss events may include: indications that the debtors or a group of debtors are experiencing significant financial difficulty, default or delinquency in interest or principal payments; indications that they will enter bankruptcy or other financial reorganisation; and changes in arrears or economic conditions that correlate with defaults. For financial assets carried at amortised cost (including loans and receivables), a separate allowance account is used to reduce the carrying amount of financial assets impaired by credit losses. After having taken all possible measures of recovery, if management establishes that the carrying amount cannot be recovered by any means, at that point the written-off amounts are charged to the allowance account or the carrying amount of impaired financial assets is reduced directly if no impairment amount was previously recognised in the allowance account. When the terms of financial assets that would otherwise have been past due or impaired have been renegotiated, the company recognises the impairment for such financial assets by taking into account the original terms as if the terms have not been renegotiated so that the loss events that have occurred are duly considered. Derecognition Financial assets are derecognised where the contractual rights to receipt of cash flows expire or the asset is transferred to another party whereby the company no longer has any significant continuing involvement in the risks and benefits associated with the asset. Financial liabilities are derecognised when the related obligations are discharged, cancelled or have expired. The difference between the carrying amount of the financial liability, which is extinguished or transferred to another party, and the fair value of consideration paid, including the transfer of non-cash assets or liabilities assumed, is recognised in profit or loss.

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(f) Impairment of Assets At the end of each reporting period, the company assesses whether there is any indication that an asset may be impaired. If such an indication exists, an impairment test is carried out on the asset by comparing the recoverable amount of the asset, being the higher of the asset’s fair value less costs to sell and value in use, to the asset’s carrying amount. Any excess of the asset’s carrying amount over its recoverable amount is recognised immediately in profit or loss, unless the asset is carried at a revalued amount in accordance with another Standard (e.g. in accordance with the revaluation model in AASB 116). Any impairment loss of a revalued asset is treated as a revaluation decrease in accordance with that other Standard. Where it is not possible to estimate the recoverable amount of an individual asset, the company estimates the recoverable amount of the cash-generating unit to which the asset belongs. (g) Employee Benefits Provision is made for the company’s liability for employee benefits arising from services rendered by employees to the end of the reporting period. Employee benefits that are expected to be settled within one year have been measured at the amounts expected to be paid when the liability is settled. Employee benefits payable later than one year have been measured at the present value of the estimated future cash outflows to be made for those benefits. In determining the liability, consideration is given to employee wage increases and the probability that the employee may not satisfy vesting requirements. Those cash outflows are discounted using market yields on national government bonds with terms to maturity that match the expected timing of cash flows. Contributions are made by the company to an employee superannuation fund and are charged as expenses when incurred.

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(h) Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand, deposits held at-call with banks, other short-term highly liquid investments with original maturities of three months or less, and bank overdrafts. Bank overdrafts are shown within short-term borrowings in current liabilities on the statement of financial position. (i) Goods and Services Tax (GST) Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of the amount of GST, except where the amount of GST incurred is not recoverable from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Receivables and payables are stated inclusive of the amount of GST receivable or payable. The net amount of GST recoverable from, or payable to, the ATO is included with other receivables or payables in the statement of financial position. Cash flows are presented on a gross basis. The GST components of cash flows arising from investing or financing activities which are recoverable from, or payable to, the ATO are presented as operating cash flows included in receipts from customers or payments to suppliers. (j) Income Tax No provision for income tax has been raised as the company is exempt from income tax under Div 50 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. (k) Intangibles Software Software is initially recognised at cost. It has a finite life and is carried at cost less any accumulated amortisation and impairment losses. Software has an estimated useful life of between 1 and 3 years. It is assessed annually for impairment. (l) Provisions Provisions are recognised when the company has a legal or constructive obligation, as a result of past events, for which it is probable that an outflow of economic benefits will result and that outflow can be reliably measured. Provisions recognised represent the best estimate of the amounts required to settle the obligation at the end of reporting period. (m) Comparative Figures Where required by Accounting Standards comparative figures have been adjusted to conform with changes in presentation for the current financial year. (n) Trade and Other Payables Trade and other payables represent the liabilities for goods and services received by the company during the reporting period that remain unpaid at the end of the reporting period. The balance is recognised as a current liability with the amounts normally paid within 30 days of recognition of the liability. (o) Critical Accounting Estimates and Judgments The directors evaluate estimates and judgments incorporated into the financial statements based on historical knowledge and best available current information. Estimates assume a reasonable expectation of future events and are based on current trends and economic data, obtained both externally and within the company.

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Impairment The freehold land and buildings situated at 1A Duncan Street, Arncliffe were independently valued at $4,500,000 on 16 August 2013 by MJM Property Group, licenced valuers. The valuation was based on the fair value less cost to sell. The critical assumptions adopted in determining the valuation included the location of the land and buildings, the current strong demand for land and buildings in the area and recent sales data for similar properties. The valuation resulted in no revaluation decrement being recognised for the year ended 30 June 2013. (p) Economic Dependence Golf NSW Limited is dependent on the Club affiliation fees for the majority of its revenue used to operate the business. At the date of this report the Board of Directors has no reason to believe the Club affiliation fees will not continue to support Golf NSW Limited. (q) Change in accounting policies Presentation of NSW Golf Foundation reserves. The NSW Golf Foundation receives funding from the Kinghorn Foundation each year to be held in trust for the development of Junior Golf in NSW. The unexpended funds have been transferred from reserves to current and non-current liabilities.

Note 2

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2013 $

2012 $

Affiliation Fees

2,994,513

2,968,454

Golf Australia Capitation Fees

1,802,246

1,647,243

TOTAL REVENUE

4,796,759

4,615,697

271,245

273,164

957

3,988

42,240

64,666

104,317

67,500

Merchandise Sales

8,850

30,019

Rules Seminars and Membership Fees

5,000

17,509

339,013

395,511

9,733

10,726

367,694

359,831

Revenue and Other Income

REVENUE

OTHER INCOME Interest Received Dividend Income Golf Access Australia and Golfers Club NSW State Government Grants

Sponsorships Sundry Income Tournaments - General Tournaments - NSW Opens

20,073

265,909

1,203,815

1,236,260

(31,200)

(31,200)

TOTAL OTHER INCOME

2,341,737

2,693,883

TOTAL REVENUE AND OTHER INCOME

7,138,496

7,309,580

NSW Golf Foundation NSW Golf Foundation - Elimination of Internal Revenues

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Note 3

2013 $

2012 $

Fringe Benefits Tax

65,910

75,132

Payroll Tax

63,732

41,879

(28,171)

21,003

1,254,585

1,330,955

6,306

11,247

122,115

121,211

1,484,477

1,601,427

34,090

34,091

Surplus for the Year

EXPENSES Employee Benefits Expense

Provision for Employee Entitlements Salaries and Wages Seminars and Staff Training Superannuation TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS EXPENSE Depreciation expense Land and Buildings Motor Vehicle

32,211

32,021

Plant and Equipment

159,547

155,977

TOTAL DEPRECIATION EXPENSE

225,848

222,089

2013 $

2012 $

5,987,522

5,281,178

1,000

1,000

100

13,558

NSW Golf Foundation

1,612,683

918,562

NSW Golf Foundation - Funds held in trust for Junior Golf Development

949,966

1,455,609

TOTAL CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AS STATED IN THE STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

8,551,271

7,669,907

TOTAL CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AS STATED IN THE CASH FLOW STATEMENT

8,551,271

7,669,907

Note 4

Cash and Cash Equivalents

CURRENT Cash at bank and on deposit Cash Float Asset Resolution Ltd (Formerly Wellington Investment Fund)

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Note 5

Accounts Receivable and Other Debtors

Note

2013 $

2012 $

22,382

283,226

-

-

22,382

283,226

103,218

115,320

125,600

398,546

CURRENT Accounts receivable Provision for doubtful debts

5(a)

Other debtors TOTAL CURRENT ACCOUNTS AND OTHER RECEIVABLES

15

(a) Provision for Doubtful Debts Movement in the provision for doubtful debts is as follows: Provision for doubtful debts as at 1 July 2011 Charge for year

-

Written off

-

Provision for doubtful debts as at 30 June 2012 Charge for year

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Written off PROVISION FOR DOUBTFUL DEBTS AS AT 30 JUNE 2013

11,000 (11,000) 2013 $

2012 $

Inventory at Cost

10,557

49,778

TOTAL INVENTORIES ON HAND

10,557

49,778

2013 $

2012 $

Prepayments

39,213

34,974

TOTAL CURRENT ACCOUNTS AND OTHER RECEIVABLES

39,213

34,974

Note 6

Inventories on Hand

CURRENT

Note 7

Other Current Assets

GOLF NSW Financials


2013 $

2012 $

At Cost

1,200,000

1,200,000

TOTAL LAND

1,200,000

1,200,000

1,704,544

1,704,544

Note 8

Property, Plant and Equipment

LAND AND BUILDINGS FREEHOLD LAND

BUILDINGS At Cost (Accumulated Depreciation)

(352,272)

(318,182)

TOTAL BUILDINGS

1,352,272

1,386,362

TOTAL LAND AND BUILDINGS

2,552,272

2,586,362

At Cost

128,846

128,846

(Accumulated Depreciation)

(62,783)

(30,572)

TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLES

66,063

98,274

1,543,825

1,529,859

(1,333,165)

(1,173,618)

210,660

356,241

2,828,995

3,040,877

MOTOR VEHICLES

PLANT AND EQUIPMENT At Cost (Accumulated Depreciation) TOTAL PLANT AND EQUIPMENT TOTAL PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

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Movement in Carrying Amounts Movement in the carrying amounts for each class of property, plant and equipment between the beginning and the end of the current financial year: Land and Buildings $

Motor Vehicles $

Plant and Equipment $

Total $

2,620,453

97,975

526,904

3,245,332

70,207

48,239

118,446

(37,887)

(62,925)

(100,812)

(34,091)

(32,021)

(155,977)

(222,089)

2,586,362

98,274

356,241

3,040,877

2,586,362

98,274

356,241

3,040,877

13,966

13,966

2012 Balance at the beginning of the year Additions at cost Disposals Depreciation expense CARRYING AMOUNT AT END OF YEAR 2013 Balance at the beginning of the year Additions at cost Depreciation expense

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CARRYING AMOUNT AT END OF YEAR

(34,090)

(32,211)

(159,547)

(225,848)

2,552,272

66,063

210,660

2,828,995

Asset revaluations The freehold land and buildings situated at 1A Duncan Street, Arncliffe were independently valued at $4,500,000 on 16 August 2013 by MJM Property Group, licenced valuers. The valuation was based on the fair value less cost to sell. The critical assumptions adopted in determining the valuation included the location of the land and buildings, the current strong demand for land and buildings in the area and recent sales data for similar properties. The valuation resulted in no revaluation decrement being recognised for the year ended 30 June 2013.

Note 9

2013 $

2012 $

Accounts payable

186,755

257,908

Deferred income

707,215

738,909

35,948

68,012

1,211,948

-

37,152

180,000

2,179,018

1,244,829

358,560

-

358,560

-

Accounts Payable and Other Payables

Note

CURRENT

Other payables (net amount of GST payable) Golf NSW Foundation - funds held in trust Hunter-Nepean Catchment Management Authority Funding 9(a) NON-CURRENT Golf NSW Foundation - funds held in trust 9(a)

GOLF NSW Financials


2013 $

2012 $

2,179,018

1,244,829

358,560

-

2,537,578

1,244,829

(707,215)

(738,909)

(1,643,608)

(248,012)

186,755

257,908

Note

(a) Financial liabilities at amortised cost classified as trade and other payables Trade and other payables Total current Total non-current

Less deferred income Less other payables and funds held in trust FINANCIAL LIABILITIES AS TRADE AND OTHER PAYABLES

15

The average credit period on accounts payable and other payables (excluding GST payable) is 2 months. No interest is payable on outstanding payables during this period. For payables outstanding longer than 2 months, 0% per annum is payable on the outstanding balance.

Note 10

Employee Benefits

2013 $

2012 $

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CURRENT Short-term Employee Benefits Opening balance at 1 July 2012

240,545

177,831

94,040

53,748

Amounts used

(176,569)

(32,745)

BALANCE AT 30 JUNE 2013

158,016

198,834

Opening balance at 1 July 2012

41,711

48,491

Additional provisions raised during year

12,647

5,477

Amounts used

-

(12,257)

BALANCE AT 30 JUNE 2013

54,358

41,711

158,016

198,834

54,358

41,711

212,374

240,545

Additional provisions raised during year

NON-CURRENT Long-term Employee Benefits

ANALYSIS OF EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Current Non-Current TOTAL

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Employee Benefits Employee benefits represent amounts accrued for annual leave and long service leave. The current portion for this benefit includes the total amount accrued for annual leave entitlements and the amounts accrued for long service leave entitlements that have vested due to employees having completed the required period of service. Based on past experience the company does not expect the full amount of annual leave or long service leave balances classified as current liabilities to be settled within the next 12 months. However, these amounts must be classified as current liabilities since the company does not have an unconditional right to defer the settlement of these amounts in the event employees wish to use their leave entitlement. The non-current portion for this benefit includes amounts accrued for long service leave entitlements that have not yet vested in relation to those employees who have not yet completed the required period of service. In calculating the present value of future cash flows in respect of long service leave, the probability of long service leave being taken is based on historical data. The measurement and reconciliation criteria for employee benefits have been discussed in Note 1(g). Note 11

Events After the Reporting Period

The Directors are not aware of any significant events since the end of the reporting period. Note 12

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Key Management Personnel Compensation

Any person(s) having authority and responsibility for planning, directing and controlling the activities of the company, directly or indirectly, including any Director (whether executive or otherwise) of that company is considered key management personnel. The Directors do not receive any remuneration from Golf NSW. The totals of remuneration paid to Key Management Personnel (KMP) of the company during the year are as follows:

Key Management Personnel compensation

2013 $

2012 $

724,436

694,723

The Key Management Personnel compensation for 2012 has been restated to include the Superannuation Guarantee component. Note 13

Related Party Transactions

Other related parties include close family members of Key Management Personnel, and companies that are controlled or jointly controlled by those Key Management Personnel individually or collectively with their close family members. Transactions between related parties are on normal commercial terms and conditions no more favourable than those available to other persons unless otherwise stated. There were no related party transactions with Key Management Personnel or Directors in 2012/13.

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Note 14

Cash Flow Information 2013 $

2012 $

667,484

232,280

225,848

222,089

272,944

(177,453)

(Increase)/decrease in inventories on hand

39,221

(16,921)

(Increase)/decrease in prepayments

(4,239)

10,100

(34,050)

356,229

(243,707)

561,673

(28,171)

21,003

895,330

1,209,000

Reconciliation of Cashflow from Operating Activities with Current Year Surplus

Profit after income tax Non Cash Flows Depreciation and amortisation expense Changes In Assets And Liabilities (Increase)/decrease in accounts receivable and other debtors

Increase/(decrease) in accounts payable and other payables (Increase)/decrease in accrued income Increase/(decrease) in provisions for employee benefits NET CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Note 15

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Financial Risk Management

The company’s financial instruments consist mainly of deposits with banks, local money market instruments, short-term investments, accounts receivable and payable, and leases. The carrying amounts for each category of financial instruments, measured in accordance with AASB 139 as detailed in the accounting policies to these financial statements, are as follows: Note

2013 $

2012 $

FINANCIAL ASSETS Cash on hand

4

8,551,271

7,669,907

Accounts receivable and other debtors

5

125,600

398,546

8,676,871

8,068,453

186,755

257,908

186,755

257,908

TOTAL FINANCIAL ASSETS FINANCIAL LIABILITIES Financial liabilities at amortised cost Trade and other payables TOTAL FINANCIAL LIABILITIES

9(a)

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Note 16

Reserves

NSW Golf Foundation Reserve The New South Wales Golf Foundation (“the Foundation”) was formed pursuant to a Charter in 2001 as a joint initiative of the NSW Golf Association and Women’s Golf NSW, and was legally structured as part of Golf NSW for administrative purposes. The Foundation is controlled by a separate Board of Governors appointed by Golf NSW. The results and financial position of the Foundation have been reported within Golf NSW. The total revenue and expenses of the Foundation are included in the Statement of Profit or Loss and Other Comprehensive Income and its assets and liabilities are are included in the Statement of Financial Position. The NSW Golf Foundation receives funding from the Kinghorn Foundation each year to be held in trust for the development of Junior Golf in NSW. The NSW Golf Foundation Reserve recognises the total accumulated funds that have been generated by the activities of the Foundation and are available for the specific purposes of the Foundation.

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DIRECTORS’ DECLARATION In accordance with a resolution of the Directors of Golf NSW Limited, the directors of the company declare that: 1. The financial statements and notes, as set out on pages 20 to 43, are in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001 and:  (a) comply with Accounting Standards - Reduced Disclosure Requirements; and  (b) give a true and fair view of the financial position of the company as at 30 June 2013 and its performance for the year ended on that date. 2. In the Directors’ opinion there are reasonable grounds to believe that the company will be able to pay its debts as and when they become due and payable.

Chris Allen Chairman Dated this 18th of September 2013

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                       

   

 

     

Financials GOLF NSW

43


Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

NSW Golf Foundation Report 44

Although a substantial proportion of the cash reserves of the New South Wales Golf Foundation are earmarked for continuation of the Schools Program, which is administered by the Jack Newton Junior Golf Foundation and subject to guidelines specified by the Australian Sports Foundation, we are well placed to provide ongoing support for worthy causes. Some of the projects we have supported this past fiscal year include contribution towards repairs due to storm damage to Woodburn EvansHead Golf Course, assistance to repair tractor for Tottenham Golf Cub, funds towards a new shed for Lane Cove Country Club and assistance to enable players to attend the Australian Amputee Golf Championships.

GOLF NSW NSW Golf Foundation Report

We are acutely aware of difficulties facing many member clubs and we are positioning the Foundation to have the capacity to increase support capabilities. To assist in this regard, we have increased financial support from Golf NSW, reviewed the Charter of the Foundation, and amended grant guidelines which will broaden eligibility requirements and increase value of grants.

My thanks to Governors Sue Fabian, John Robinson and Jim Glenday for their invaluable support.

Chris Allen Chairman


2013 $

2012 $

3,355

-

31,200

31,200

1,010,000

1,020,000

24,218

24,647

135,041

160,158

-

255

1,203,814

1,236,260

109

356

11,971

9,390

Grants

1,003,008

1,219,003

TOTAL EXPENDITURE

1,015,088

1,228,749

188,726

7,511

2013 $

2012 $

2,562,649

2,374,171

41,820

52,205

2,604,469

2,426,376

83,994

94,627

Funds held in trust for Junior Golf Development

1,211,948

-

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES

1,295,942

94,627

Funds held in trust for Junior Golf Development

358,560

-

TOTAL NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES

358,560

-

1,654,502

94,627

949,967

2,331,749

2,331,749

2,324,238

(1,570,508)

-

Surplus for the year

188,726

7,511

TOTAL ACCUMULATED FUNDS

949,967

2,331,749

Income Statement INCOME Donations Donations - General Grant - Golf NSW Grant - Australian Sports Foundation Function Income Interest Merchandise TOTAL INCOME EXPENDITURE Administration Function Expenses

SURPLUS FOR THE YEAR

Balance Sheet CURRENT ASSETS Cash on Hand Other current assets TOTAL ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES Accounts payable and other payables

NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES

TOTAL LIABILITIES NET ASSETS ACCUMULATED FUNDS Retained Surplus at the beginning of the year Transfer to curent and non-current liabilities

(* Audited by CBC Partners as part of the audit of Golf NSW Limited)

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Events NSW CHAMPIONSHIPS WOMEN’S

MEN’S Event 2012 Men’s NSW Champion of Champions Venue Bonnie Doon Golf Club & The Coast Golf Club

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Event

Event

Date

Bing Lee/Samsung Women’s NSW Open Championship

Men’s NSW Amateur Championship

30-31 January 2013

Venue

Winner

The Royal Sydney Golf Club

Jordan Zunic

Date

Club

3-5 February 2013

Bonnie Doon Golf Club

Venue Oatlands Golf Club Date 25-27 January 2013 Winner Caroline Hedwell Country Sweden

Event

Winner Ben Eccles Club Victoria Golf Club, Victoria

Event

Bing Lee/Samsung Women’s NSW Open Championship - Leading Amateur

Men’s NSW Medal

Venue

Bonnie Doon Golf Club & The Coast Golf Club

Oatlands Golf Club Date 25-27 January 2013 Winner Lydia Ko (inset) Country New Zealand

GOLF NSW Events

Venue

Date 30 January-1 February 2013 Winner Thomas Horan Club Cheltenham Golf Club, Victoria


Lydia Ko Bing Lee/Samsung Women’s NSW Open Championship - Leading Amateur

WOMEN’S

MEN’S

Event

Event

Women’s NSW Senior Championship

Men’s NSW Senior Championship

Venue

Venue

Manly Golf Club

Howlong Country Golf Club

Date

Date

20-24 May 2013

26-28 February 2013

Winner

Winner

Deirdre Brander

Bill Banks

Club

Club

Newcastle Golf Club

Royal Canberra Golf Club

Event

Event

Women’s NSW Mid Amateur Championship

Men’s NSW Mid Amateur Championship

Venue

Venue

Nelson Bay Golf Club

Nelson Bay Golf Club

Date

Date

5-6 May 2013

5-7 May 2013

Winner

Winner

Gemma Dooley

Matthew Gaffney

Club

Club

New South Wales Golf Club

Shelly Beach Golf Club

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Gemma Dooley

Mathew Gaffney

Events GOLF NSW


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Events WOMEN’S

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MEN’S

Event

Event

Event

Women’s NSW Foursomes Championship

Men’s NSW Foursomes Championship

Men’s NSW Senior Foursomes Medal

Venue

Venue

Venue

Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club

Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club

Cromer Golf Club

Date

Date

21 April 2013

21 April 2013

Winner

Winner

Tess MacDonald

Jordan Zunic

Doey Choi

Cameron Davis

Club

Club

Pennant Hills Golf Club

Bonnie Doon Golf Club

Concord Golf Club

Roseville Golf Club

GOLF NSW Events

Date 14 January 2013 Winner Sal Ballard David Limbach Club Penrith Golf Club


MEN’S

Event

Event

Event

Boy’s NSW Amateur Championship

Men’s NSW Country Championship

Venue

Venue

NSW Mixed Foursomes Championship

Glenmore Heritage Valley Golf Club

Muswellbrook Golf Club

Date

Date

25-27 September 2012

3-4 November 2012

Winner

Winner

Lucas Herbert

Nathan Waters

Club

Club

Commonwealth Golf Club, VIC

Muswellbrook Golf Club

Venue Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club Date 5 August 2012 Winner Joan Lee Steven Vail Club Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club

Event

Event

Boy’s NSW Country Championship

Men’s NSW Inter-District Teams Championship

Venue Glenmore Heritage Valley Golf Club Date 25-27 September 2012 Winner Mitchell Venables Club

Venue Muswellbrook Golf Club Date 3-4 November 2012 Winner Hunter River District Golf Association

Bankstown Golf Club

Events GOLF NSW

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Events

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Event

Event

Event

KENO NSW Mixed Fourball Championship

NSW Men’s Fourball Championship

NSW Women’s 3BBB Team Classic

Venue

Venue

Bonville Golf Resort

Bonville Golf Resort

Date

Date

10-11 October 2012

3 December 2012

Winner

Winner

Dean McNamara

Kathryn Howe

Luke McNamara

Laura Prophet

Club

Elizabeth McMaster

Fox Hills Golf Club

Club

Venue Bonville Golf Resort Date 12-13 September 2012 Winner Chris Jackson Annette Jackson Club Macarthur Grange Country Club

GOLF NSW Events

Bonnie Doon Golf Club


Nathan Mann Men’s NSW Sand Greens Championship

Jacqui Morgan Women’s NSW Senior Order of Merit

WOMEN’S

MEN’S

Event

Event

Event

Women’s NSW Sand Greens Championship

Men’s NSW Sand Greens Championship

Boy’s NSW Sand Greens Championship

Venue

Venue

Venue

Cobar Bowling & Golf Club

Walcha Golf Club

Walcha Golf Club

Date

Date

Date

20-21 October 2012

20-21 October 2012

20-21 October 2012

Winner

Winner

Winner

Sharon Nott

Nathan Mann (inset)

Nathan Mann

Club

Club

Club

Dunedoo Golf Club

Tamworth Golf Club

Tamworth Golf Club

Event

Event

Event

2012/2013 Women’s Jean Derrin Trophy

Men’s NSW Vardon Trophy

Men’s NSW Sand Greens Fourball Championship

Winner STILL IN PROGRESS Club STILL IN PROGRESS

Event 2012/2013 Women’s NSW Senior Order of Merit

Winner Brett Drewitt

Venue

Club

Holbrook Returned Servicemen’s Golf Club

Long Reef Golf Club

Date 23-24 March 2013

Event Men’s NSW Senior Order of Merit Winner

Winner

Denis Dale

Jacqui Morgan (inset)

Club

Club

Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club

Winner David Rose Guy Monaghan Club Nyngan Golf Club

Monash Golf Club

Events GOLF NSW

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Events NSW TEAMS EVENTS MEN’S Event

Event

Srixon Metropolitan Major Pennant - Division 3

Metropolitan Junior Pennant

Winner Bayview Golf Club

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Event Srixon Metropolitan Major Pennant - Division 1 Winner St. Michael’s Golf Club

Runners up Windsor Golf Club

Srixon Metropolitan Major Pennant - Division 4

Long Reef Golf Club

Winner Wallacia Panthers Golf Club

Srixon Metropolitan Major Pennant - Division 2 Winner

Bankstown Golf Club Runners up Cronulla Golf Club

Event

Runners up

Event

Winner

Runners up Richmond Golf Club

Event Eric Apperly Shield Winner The Australian Golf Club

Event

Runners up

Srixon Metropolitan Major Pennant - Division 5

Bonnie Doon Golf Club

Runners up Antill Park Golf Club

Winner

Monash Golf Club

Marrickville Golf Club Runners up Gordon Golf Club

GOLF NSW Events


NSW TEAMS EVENTS WOMEN’S Event Grade Competition - Division 4 Winner Cromer Golf Club Runners up Event

Event

TL Warren Trophy

Grade Competition - Division 1

Winner

Winner

Woolooware Golf Club

Pennant Hills Golf Club

Runners up

Runners up

Cabramatta Golf Club

New South Wales Golf Club

Carnarvon Golf Club

Event Grade Competition - Division 5 Winner Moore Park Golf Club Runners up

Event

Woolooware Golf Club

Grade Competition - Division 2 Winner Monash Golf Club Runners up Event

Pymble Golf Club

W Gibson Trophy Winner Eastlake Golf Club Runners up Bayview Golf Club

Event Grade Competition - Division 6 Winner Penrith Golf Club Runners up

Event

Long Reef Golf Club

Grade Competition - Division 3 Winner Killara Golf Club Runners up North Ryde Golf Club

Events GOLF NSW

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Events OTHER EVENTS WOMEN’S Event Women’s Coronation Medal Venue Ryde-Parramatta & Concord Golf Clubs

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Date Event Women’s Pewter Plate Venue Richmond Golf Club Date 23 July 2012 Winners

18 September 2012 Winners Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club Katherine Peck Collette Blacklock Cheryl Fairclough Cecilia Song

Alison Gray

Event Women’s Summer Foursomes Venue Cromer Golf Club Date 14-15 January 2013 Division 1 Matchplay Winners Grace Hallinan

Janet Meagher

Event

Xanthe Macklinshaw

Club

Women’s Bronze Medallion

Club

Manly Golf Club

Venue

Royal Canberra Golf Club

Carnarvon & Pymble Golf Clubs

Eastlake Golf Club

Date 21 September 2012 Winners Wakehurst Golf Club Bev Orne Fiona Grigg Lorraine Mackenzie Robyn McClurg

GOLF NSW Events


Maddy Boyd Women’s Medal Competition - Gold Medal Playoff Country Winner

Event

Event

Event

Women’s Medal Competition - Gold Medal Playoff

Women’s Medal Competition - Silver Medal Playoff

Women’s Medal Competition - Bronze Medal Playoff

Venue

Venue

Venue

New Brighton Golf Club

Liverpool Golf Club

Bankstown Golf Club

Date

Date

Date

16 November 2012

13 November 2012

13 November 2012

Metropolitan Winner

Metropolitan Winner

Metropolitan Joint Winner’s

Susan Chim

Sandra Pratt

Metropolitan Club

Metropolitan Club

Anne Horsley Helen Niel

Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club

Cabramatta Golf Club

Country Winner

Country Joint Winner’s

Killara Golf Club Asquith Golf Club

Maddy Boyd (inset)

Margaret Swan

Country Winner

Country Club

Pat Whiteley

Danni Elford

Merewether Golf Club

Country Club

Country Club

Mollymook Golf Club

Shelly Beach Golf Club

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Metropolitan Club

Wingham Golf Club Event Women’s NSW Bowl (Replaces International Bowl) Overall Winners Rosemary Bullen Susan Stewart Club Woollahra Golf Club

Event Goodwill Plate Winner Joanna Holt Club Federal Golf Club

Events GOLF NSW


Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

2013 State Teams 2013 BOYS’ STATE TEAM

2013 GIRLS’ STATE TEAM

STANDING L-R:  Robert Scott (Manager), Kevin

STANDING L-R:  Dennise Hutton (Coach), Elizabeth

Yuan (Bankstown), Mitch Venables (Bankstown), Ruben Sondjaja – Captain (Bonnie Doon), Nick Watts (Concord), *Daniel Gale (Fox Hills), Khan Pullen (Coach) with Darrell Watts (Golf NSW Director).

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SITTING L-R: *Blake Windred (Monash), Isaac

Elmassian – Captain (The Australian), Antonia Gonzales (Concord), Tess MacDonald (Pennant Hills), Hayley McNeill (Catalina Country Club), Celina Yuan (Bankstown) and Vicki Stride (Manager).

SITTING L-R:  *Doey Choi (Concord), *Amy Chu

Noh (Avondale), Harrison Endycott (Avondale) and *Grant Booth (The Australian).

(Bonnie Doon), Jessica Lasky (The Australian), *Isabella Chan (Pennant Hills) and *Pamela Tsiamis (The Lakes).

* Development Squad

2013 MEN’S AND WOMEN’S STATE TEAMS

WOMEN’S STATE TEAM - FRONT ROW L-R: Kim Burke (Manager), Cathleen Santoso (The Australian), Carly Beck (The Australian), Lauren Hibbert (Pennant Hills), Adriana Brent (The Lakes), Alizah Huff (Pennant Hills), Olivia Wilson - Captain (New South Wales) and Dennise Hutton (Coach).

MEN’S STATE TEAM - BACK ROW L-R:  Les Browne (Manager), Jordan Zunic - Captain (Bonnie Doon), Ruben Sondjaja (Bonnie Doon), Cameron Davis (Monash), Ricky Kato (The Australian), Troy Moses (Bonnie Doon), Brett Drewitt (Long Reef), Dale Brandt – Richards (Mona Vale), Callan O’Reilly (Pennant Hills), Matt Green (State Physiotherapist) and Khan Pullen (Coach).

GOLF NSW 2013 State Teams


Registered Players METROPOLITAN CLUBS Zone

Men

Women

Total Adults

Boys

Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL 2012-13

TOTAL 2011-12

Asquith Golf Club Avalon Golf Course Avalon Ladies Golf Club Avondale Golf Club Balgowlah Golf Club Bayview Golf Club Cammeray Golf Club Castlecove Country Club Chatswood Golf Club Concord Golf Club Cromer Golf Club Elanora Country Club Gordon Golf Club Killara Golf Club Lane Cove Country Golf Club Long Reef Golf Club Manly Golf Club Massey Park Golf Club Mona Vale Golf Club Monash Country Club Muirfield Golf Club North Ryde Golf Club Northbridge Golf Club Oatlands Golf Club Palm Beach Golf Club Pennant Hills Golf Club Pymble Golf Club Roseville Golf Club Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club Terrey Hills Golf & Country Club Wakehurst Golf Club

A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

679 40 691 203 643 351 136 558 923 847 780 468 966 106 659 908 668 738 832 840 758 596 875 249 1,089 1,067 554 767 713 696

170 31 376 96 237 167 112 202 319 312 347 111 408 72 146 361 123 313 233 192 220 165 235 92 371 406 368 197 88 345

849 40 31 1,067 299 880 518 248 760 1,242 1,159 1,127 579 1,374 178 805 1,269 791 1,051 1,065 1,032 978 761 1,110 341 1,460 1,473 922 964 801 1,041

51 50 10 64 10 2 34 15 31 34 13 1 32 30 18 22 26 62 35 88 10 7 91 29 32 24 41

1 3 3 5 2 2 3 2 8 3 1 4 15 14 5 4 19 1 5 3 4

52 53 10 67 10 2 34 20 33 36 16 1 34 38 21 23 30 77 49 93 14 7 110 30 37 27 45

901 40 31 1,120 309 947 528 250 794 1,262 1,192 1,127 615 1,390 179 839 1,307 812 1,074 1,095 1,109 1,027 854 1,124 348 1,570 1,503 959 991 801 1,086

890 176 54 963 295 955 576 250 780 1,275 1,223 1,126 630 1,313 165 812 1,310 774 1,140 1,185 1,178 1,057 916 1,543 370 1,523 1,633 1,086 1,027 767 1,064

Warringah Golf Club

A

478

157

635

27

-

27

662

608

TOTAL ZONE A CLUBS

32

19,878

6,972

26,850

889

107

996

27,846

28,664

Club Name

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58

Zone

Men

Women

Total Adults

Boys

Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL 2012-13

TOTAL 2011-12

B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B

568 278 220 839 490 190 898 296 506 1,115 572 563 565 599 534

102 31 78 139 53 43 171 76 55 351 24 77 147 121 65

670 309 298 978 543 233 1,069 372 561 1,466 596 640 712 720 599

12 23 3 46 10 6 53 14 24 30 8 30 24 32 28

4 2 4 3 8 1 5 1 10 4 2 1

16 25 3 50 13 6 61 14 25 35 9 40 28 34 29

686 334 301 1,028 556 239 1,130 386 586 1,501 605 680 740 754 628

709 441 327 981 617 232 1,246 460 372 1,607 664 574 761 720 657

B

194

4

198

5

-

5

203

163

Bankstown Golf Club Bardwell Valley Golf Club Barnwell Park Golf Club Beverley Park Golf Club Bexley Golf Club Bondi Golf Club Bonnie Doon Golf Club Botany Golf Club Campbelltown Golf Club Cronulla Golf Club Eastlake Golf Club Hurstville Golf Club Kareela Golf Club Kogarah Golf Club Liverpool Golf Club Macarthur Grange Country Club Macquarie Links International Golf Club Marrickville Golf Club Moore Park Golf Club New Brighton Golf Club New South Wales Golf Club Randwick Golf Club St Michaels Golf Club Strathfield Golf Club The Australian Golf Club The Coast Golf Club The Lakes Golf Club The Royal Sydney Golf Club Woollahra Golf Club Woolooware Golf Club

B

337

51

388

4

-

4

392

385

B B B B B B B B B B B B B

315 560 446 877 416 822 743 894 787 889 1,667 372 512

37 90 33 245 203 98 179 282 108 210 684 182 152

352 650 479 1,122 619 920 922 1,176 895 1,099 2,351 554 664

10 13 16 5 36 62 33 22 25 7 38

2 3 3 2 5 15 1 4 2 3 2

12 16 19 7 36 67 48 1 26 2 28 7 40

364 666 498 1,129 655 987 970 1,177 921 1,101 2,379 561 704

368 701 528 1,171 669 965 1,109 1,182 949 1,103 2,119 573 738

TOTAL ZONE B CLUBS

30

18,064

4,091

22,155

619

87

706

22,861

23,091

GOLF NSW Registered Players


METROPOLITAN CLUBS cont. Club Name Antill Park Golf Club Cabramatta Golf Club Camden Golf Club Camden Lakeside Country Club CarnarvonGolf Club Castle Hill Country Club Cumberland Country Golf Club Dunheved Golf Club Fairfield Golf Club Fairfield Ladies Golf Club Fox Hills Golf Club Georges River Golf Club Glenmore Heritage Valley Golf Club Grose River Golf Club Leonay Golf Club Lynwood Country Club Orchard Hills Golf Club Parramatta Golf Club Penrith Golf & Recreation Club Richmond Golf Club Riverside Oaks Golf Club Rosnay Golf Club Royal Aust. Engineers Golf Club Rum Corps Barracks Golf Club Sefton Golf Club Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club Wallacia Panthers Golf & Country Club Windsor Golf Club Wisemans Ferry Golf Club TOTAL ZONE C CLUBS

Zone

Men

Women

Total Adults

Boys

Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL 2012-13

TOTAL 2011-12

C C C C C C C C C C C C

385 647 550 614 640 912 890 435 182 721 236

41 90 74 71 192 168 157 50 2 29 96 31

426 737 624 685 832 1,080 1,047 485 184 29 817 267

9 37 34 32 18 20 30 18 9 37 5

13 5 4 3 3 15 1 -

9 50 39 36 21 23 45 19 9 37 5

435 787 663 721 853 1,103 1,092 504 193 29 854 272

456 829 682 721 900 1,080 1,139 424 158 34 835 267

C

295

38

333

20

4

24

357

366

C C C C C C C C C C C C C

460 634 100 263 562 503 835 277 162 36 26 564

12 61 54 9 59 73 84 32 2 81

12 521 688 109 322 635 587 835 309 162 38 26 645

43 85 1 28 34 32 20 1 23

2 7 1 3 6 4 9

45 92 1 29 37 38 24 1 32

12 566 780 110 351 672 625 835 333 162 38 27 677

150 546 613 112 430 670 558 627 311 241 37 29 655

C

347

29

376

11

4

15

391

410

C

471

42

513

24

9

33

546

475

C C

665 35

160 12

825 47

27 -

5 -

32 -

857 47

901 54

30

12,447

1,749

14,196

598

98

696

14,892

14,710

Registered Players GOLF NSW

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Registered Players COUNTRY CLUBS Club Name

60

Aberdeen Golf Club Adelong Golf Club Albert Golf Club Ariah Park Golf Club Armidale Golf Club Ashford Golf Club Ballina Golf & Sports Club Barraba Golf Club Bathurst Golf Club Batlow Golf Club Bega Country Club Belconnen Magpies Golf Club Bellata Golf Club Bellingen Golf Club Belmont Golf Club Beresfield Ladies Golf Club Bermagui Golf Club Berrigan Golf & Bowling Club Bigga Golf Club Binalong Golf Club Bingara Sporting Club Binnaway Golf Club Blackheath Golf Club Blayney Golf Club Bogan Gate Golf Club Boggabri Golf Club Bombala Golf Club Bonalbo Golf Club Bonville Golf Resort Boorowa Golf Club Bowral Golf Club

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

HR MUR WEST SW NE NE

NHDLGA RLGA WDLGA SWLGA NEDGA NEDGA

103 10 10 10 428 14

30 9 10 107 -

133 10 19 20 535 14

2 2 14 2

1 4

2 2 15 6

135 10 19 22 550 20

138 10 26 22 553 24

NR

WGNR

723

243

966

19

3

22

988

1,053

CN CW MUR FSC

N&NWDLGA WDLGA RLGA FSC&TGA

50 521 51 185

13 112 1 34

63 633 52 219

3 19 1 23

2 1 -

5 20 1 23

68 653 53 242

66 648 45 279

ACT

CSGA

348

67

415

29

1

30

445

470

NW MNC NEWC

N&NWDLGA WGCNC NHDLGA

21 101 745

3 27 273

24 128 1,018

1 3 25

8

1 3 33

25 131 1,051

20 162 1,050

NEWC

NHDLGA

-

53

53

-

-

-

53

51

FSC

FSC&TGA

152

69

221

7

-

7

228

236

WR

RLGA

66

23

89

7

-

7

96

98

SW SW NW WEST BM CW LV CN ACT NR MNC SW ILL

CSGA SWLGA N&NWDLGA WDLGA BMDLGA WDLGA WDLGA N&NWDLGA FSC&TGA WGNR WGCNC SWLGA CSGA

15 36 40 16 287 87 16 27 35 12 216 23 267

2 15 24 6 80 12 13 17 15 45 22 140

17 51 64 22 367 99 29 44 50 12 261 45 407

2 1 3 19 1 2 1 8

4 2 -

2 1 3 23 1 4 1 8

19 52 67 22 390 99 29 44 51 12 265 46 415

32 30 67 20 351 96 29 48 49 7 278 40 493

GOLF NSW Registered Players

Boys Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12


COUNTRY CLUBS cont. Club Name Bowraville Golf Club Braidwood Servicemens Club Branxton Golf Club Brewarrina District Golf Club Bulahdelah Golf Club Bundarra Golf Club Burcher Golf Club Byron Bay Golf Club Callala RSL Country Golf Club Camden Haven Golf Club (Kew) Candelo Kameruka Golf Club Canowindra Golf Club Capital Golf Club Caragabal Country Golf Club Carinda Golf Club Casino Golf Club Club Catalina Country Club CEX Urunga Golf Club Charlestown Golf Club Clover Leigh Golf Club Club Banora Golf Club Club Taree Cobar Bowling & Golf Club Coffs Harbour Golf Club Coleambally Golf Club Commercial Albury Golf Club

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

MNC

WGCNC

69

14

83

2

-

2

85

84

ACT

CSGA

42

23

65

2

-

2

67

58

HR

NHDLGA

234

46

280

27

4

31

311

373

WEST

WDLGA

20

6

26

2

-

2

28

37

LNC NE LV NR

WGCNC NEDGA SWLGA WGNR

64 10 6 482

22 1 129

86 10 7 611

4 4 1 18

-

4 4 1 18

90 14 8 629

109 12 8 630

ILL

WGI

212

55

267

4

-

4

271

290

LNC

WGCNC

442

131

573

42

2

44

617

617

FSC

FSC&TGA

16

3

19

2

-

2

21

28

CW ACT

WDLGA CSGA

94 363

26 57

120 420

4 13

7

4 20

124 440

143 466

LV

WDLGA

9

8

17

-

-

-

17

28

WEST NR

WDLGA WGNR

7 199

1 51

8 250

4

1

5

8 255

13 325

FSC

FSC&TGA

678

160

838

18

5

23

861

824

MNC NEWC SW NR LNC

WGCNC NHDLGA SWLGA WGNR WGCNC

140 693 20 357 331

50 115 5 119 75

190 808 25 476 406

12 46

7

12 53

190 820 25 476 459

198 925 25 476 495

WEST

WDLGA

115

51

166

8

1

9

175

184

MNC WR

WGCNC RLGA

796 36

269 23

1,065 59

60 -

9 -

69 -

1,134 59

1,120 43

MUR

RLGA

416

124

540

19

2

21

561

451

Boys Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12

Registered Players GOLF NSW

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COUNTRY CLUBS cont. Club Name

62

Condobolin Sports Club Coolah Sporting Club Coolamatong Country Sports Club Coolamon Golf Club Coolangatta-Tweed Heads Golf Club Cooma Golf Club Coomba Park Golf & Country Club Coonabarabran Golf Club Coonamble Golf Club Cootamundra Country Club Coraki Golf Club Corowa Golf Club Corryong Golf Club Cowra Golf Club Crescent Head Country Club Crookwell Golf Club Culcairn Golf Club Cumnock Golf Club Cypress Lakes Golf Club Darling River Golf Club Deepwater Golf Club Delegate Country Club Delungra Golf Club Deniliquin Golf Club Denman Ladies Golf Club Dorrigo RSL Golf Club Dubbo Golf Club Dunedoo Golf Club

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

LV WEST

WDLGA WDLGA

114 32

23 19

137 51

6 3

1

6 4

143 55

157 54

ACT

FSC&TGA

85

28

113

-

-

-

113

125

RIV

RLGA

40

14

54

3

-

3

57

58

NR

WGNR

1,345

349

1,694

31

6

37

1,731

1,891

ACT

FSC&TGA

142

31

173

10

-

10

183

293

LNC

WGCNC

19

2

21

-

-

-

21

23

NW

WDLGA

117

34

151

16

6

22

173

177

WEST

WDLGA

67

40

107

1

1

2

109

111

SW

SWLGA

191

48

239

10

-

10

249

243

NR MUR MUR CW

WGNR RLGA FSC&TGA WDLGA

210 628 26 247

45 161 51

255 789 26 298

9 46 3 52

1 27 10

10 73 3 62

265 862 29 360

263 677 31 343

MNC

WGCNC

165

52

217

3

-

3

220

226

ACT MUR CW

CSGA RLGA WDLGA

101 36 28

9 6 12

110 42 40

7 -

2

7 2

117 42 42

115 36 47

HR

NHDLGA

204

43

247

-

-

-

247

252

WEST NE ACT NE WR HR MNC WEST WEST

WDLGA NEDGA FSC&TGA NEDGA RLGA NHDLGA WGCNC WDLGA WDLGA

27 14 25 14 406 45 47 534 35

11 4 6 4 142 21 7 152 6

38 18 31 18 548 66 54 686 41

2 42 1 3 37 -

2 1 1 -

2 44 1 4 38 -

40 18 31 18 592 67 58 724 41

51 21 25 28 574 73 48 776 45

GOLF NSW Registered Players

Boys Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12


COUNTRY CLUBS cont. Club Name Dungog & District Golf Club Duntryleague Golf Club Eden Gardens Country Club Emmaville Golf Club Everglades Country Club Fairbairn Golf Club Federal Golf Club Finley Golf Club Forbes Golfers Club Forster-Tuncurry Golf Club Frederickton Golf Club Ganmain Golf Club Gerringong Golf Club Gibraltar Country Club Gilgandra Golf Club Glen Innes Golf Club Gloucester Country Club Gold Creek Golf Club Goolabri Golf Club Goolgowi Golf Club Gosford Golf Club Goulburn Golf Club Grafton District Golf Club Grenfell Country Club Griffith Golf Club Grong Grong Golf Club Grose River Golf Club Gulargambone Golf Club Gulgong Golf Club Gundagai Services Golf Club

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

HR

NHDLGA

111

15

126

5

-

5

131

146

CW

WDLGA

482

162

644

31

5

36

680

657

FSC

FSC&TGA

184

47

231

24

2

26

257

305

NE

NEDGA

33

6

39

5

-

5

44

35

CC

CCWGA

962

234

1,196

20

2

22

1,218

1,219

ACT ACT WR LV

CSGA CSGA RLGA WDLGA

179 758 124 174

27 204 58 70

206 962 182 244

27 33 8 28

7 8 4

34 41 8 32

240 1,003 190 276

310 1,310 197 296

LNC

WGCNC

778

241

1,019

8

1

9

1,028

1,106

MNC RIV ILL ILL WEST NE LNC ACT ACT WR CC ACT MNC LV WR RIV BM WEST BM

WGCNC RLGA WGI CSGA WDLGA NEDGA WGCNC CSGA CSGA RLGA CCWGA CSGA WGNR WDLGA RLGA RLGA Zone C WDLGA WDLGA

159 10 200 208 54 192 148 398 40 11 691 284 451 61 473 4 149 14 56

26 9 48 14 16 41 33 35 11 11 144 80 116 19 94 4 7

185 19 248 222 70 233 181 433 51 22 835 364 567 80 567 4 149 18 63

8 16 2 7 20 35 10 15 4 3 2 2

3 5 2 -

8 16 2 7 23 40 12 15 4 3 2 2

193 19 248 238 72 240 181 456 51 22 875 376 582 80 571 7 151 18 65

260 12 242 196 76 233 202 489 66 23 897 495 549 78 558 9 28 81

SW

SWLGA

90

44

134

2

-

2

136

133

Boys Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12

Registered Players GOLF NSW

63


Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

COUNTRY CLUBS cont. Club Name

64

Gungahlin Lakes Golf Club Gunnedah Golf Club Guyra Bowling & Recreation Club Harden Country Club Harrington Waters Golf Club Hawks Nest Golf Club Hay Golf Club Henbury Sport & Recreation Club Henty Golf Club Highlands Golf Club Hillston Golf Club HMAS Creswell Golf Club Holbrook Returned Servicemens Golf Club Horizons Golf Resort Howlong Country Golf Club Hunter Valley Golf & Country Club Iluka Golf Club Inverell Golf Club Jamberoo Golf Club Jerilderie Golf & Sports Club Jindabyne Golf Club Jindera Country Golf Club Jugiong Golf Club Junee Golf Club Kangaroo Valley Country Club Kapooka Golf Club

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

ACT

CSGA

448

64

512

55

6

61

573

751

CN

N&NWDLGA

255

76

331

17

5

22

353

360

NE

NEDGA

91

24

115

7

-

7

122

125

SW

SWLGA

61

19

80

4

-

4

84

88

LNC

WGCNC

101

39

140

2

-

2

142

137

NEWC WR

NHDLGA RLGA

642 56

236 19

878 75

17 -

2 -

19 -

897 75

896 91

BM

WDLGA

84

22

106

5

-

5

111

111

RIV ILL WR

RLGA CSGA RLGA

18 353 16

18 52 12

36 405 28

1 32 1

-

1 32 1

37 437 29

41 477 35

ILL

WGI

98

41

139

3

1

4

143

146

MUR

RLGA

36

14

50

1

-

1

51

65

NEWC

NHDLGA

121

61

182

3

-

3

185

224

MUR

RLGA

1,651

436

2,087

28

4

32

2,119

1,855

HR

NHDLGA

154

28

182

-

-

-

182

-

NR NE ILL

WGNR NEDGA WGI

161 201 460

66 46 93

227 247 553

3 9 28

1 4

4 9 32

231 256 585

236 260 689

WR

RLGA

43

26

69

2

-

2

71

72

ACT

FSC&TGA

14

8

22

-

-

-

22

22

MUR

RLGA

40

16

56

1

-

1

57

63

SW RIV

SWLGA SWLGA

53

17

70

-

-

-

70

36 69

ILL

CSGA

70

40

110

-

-

-

110

111

RIV

RLGA

59

10

69

-

-

-

69

44

GOLF NSW Registered Players

Boys Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12


COUNTRY CLUBS cont. Club Name Karuah Golf Club Katoomba Golf Club Kempsey Golf Club Khancoban Country Club Kiama Golf Club Kooindah Waters Golf Club Krambach Golf Club Kurrajong Hills Golf Club Kurri Kurri Golf Club Kyogle Golf Club Lake Cargelligo Golf Club Leeton Soldiers Golf Club Leura Golf Club Lightning Ridge Golf Club Lismore Workers Golf Club Lithgow Golf Club Lockhart Golf Club Longyard Golf Club Macksville Golf Club Maclean Golf Club Magenta Shores G & C Club Maitland Golf Club – Easts Leisure & Golf Mandeni Golf Club Mangrove Mountain Memorial Club Manildra Golf Club Manilla NSW Golf Club Mendooran Golf Club

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

NEWC BM MNC

NHDLGA BMDLGA WGCNC

93 90 197

14 28 31

107 118 228

1 6 6

-

1 6 6

108 124 234

120 170 267

MUR

RLGA

31

14

45

-

-

-

45

47

ILL

WGI

521

101

622

23

-

23

645

665

CC

CCWGA

213

38

251

3

-

3

254

243

LNC BM HR NR

WGCNC NHDLGA WGNR

70 519 65

28 53 35

98 572 100

4 64 -

3 -

4 67 -

102 639 100

96 39 565 102

LV

SWLGA

26

11

37

2

-

2

39

40

RIV

RLGA

172

48

220

1

-

1

221

214

BM

BMDLGA

279

61

340

17

2

19

359

424

WEST

WDLGA

22

13

35

-

-

-

35

48

NR

WGNR

361

84

445

6

-

6

451

449

BM RIV CN MNC NR

BMDLGA RLGA N&NWDLGA WGCNC WGNR

151 36 392 139 205

32 14 91 28 60

183 50 483 167 265

22 15 11 8

2 1 -

22 17 12 8

205 50 500 179 273

216 66 488 189 257

CC

CCWGA

453

-

453

27

-

27

480

449

HR

NHDLGA

758

117

875

40

-

40

915

782

FSC

FSC&TGA

19

6

25

-

-

-

25

28

CC

CCWGA

202

20

222

5

1

6

228

259

CW CN WEST

WDLGA N&NWDLGA WDLGA

38 66 14

19 25 2

57 91 16

1 4 -

1 -

1 5 -

58 96 16

64 92 20

Boys Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12

Registered Players GOLF NSW

65


Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

COUNTRY CLUBS cont. Club Name

66

Menindee Golf Club Merewether Golf Club Merriwa Golf Club Mollymook Golf Club Molong Golf Club Moree Golf Club Morisset Golf Club Moruya Golf Club Moss Vale Golf Club Mount Broughton Golf Club Mudgee Golf Club Mullumbimby Golf Club Mungindi Golf Club Muree Golf Club Murrumbidgee Country Club Murrurundi Golf Club Murwillumbah Golf Club Muswellbrook Golf Club Nambucca Heads Island Golf Club Narooma Golf Club Narrabri Golf Club Narrandera Golf Club Narromine Golf Club Nelson Bay Golf Club Newcastle Golf Club Nimmitabel Golf Club Nowra Golf & Recreation Club Nundle Golf Club Nyngan Golf Club Oaklands Golf Club Oberon Golf Club

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

LV NEWC HR FSC CW NW CC FSC ILL

SWLGA NHDLGA NHDLGA FSC&TGA WDLGA N&NWDLGA CCWGA FSC&TGA CSGA

3 598 15 761 15 284 471 384 503

138 16 221 18 77 171 123 99

3 736 31 982 33 361 642 507 602

29 1 57 19 21 13 111

1 5 4 2 -

30 1 62 23 23 13 111

3 766 32 1,044 33 384 665 520 713

5 712 31 1,121 30 365 683 521 713

ILL

CSGA

128

18

146

5

-

5

151

164

CW NR NW NEWC

WDLGA WGNR N&NWDLGA NHDLGA

268 193 24 511

92 46 2 70

360 239 26 581

26 6 4

1 1 1

27 7 5

387 246 26 586

409 317 12 670

ACT

CSGA

704

102

806

38

6

44

850

767

HR NR HR

NHDLGA WGNR NHDLGA

51 459 196

12 138 39

63 597 235

3 14 23

1 4 2

4 18 25

67 615 260

61 616 358

MNC

WGCNC

210

78

288

7

-

7

295

291

FSC NW RIV WEST NEWC NEWC ACT

FSC&TGA N&NWDLGA RLGA WDLGA NHDLGA NHDLGA CSGA

447 160 132 115 684 529 5

152 68 40 61 309 109 -

599 228 172 176 993 638 5

17 3 3 33 11 -

1 6 1 -

18 3 3 39 12 -

617 231 172 179 1,032 650 5

605 272 140 191 1,149 631 5

ILL

WGI

376

114

490

5

-

5

495

560

CN WEST WR BM

N&NWDLGA WDLGA RLGA BMDLGA

42 95 18 98

15 39 1 34

57 134 19 132

12

-

12

57 134 19 144

47 97 23 121

GOLF NSW Registered Players

Boys Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12


COUNTRY CLUBS cont. Club Name Ocean Shores Country Club Orange Ex-Services Country Golf Club Pacific Dunes Golf Club Pambula-Merimbula Golf Club Parkes Golf Club Paterson Golf Club Peak Hill Golf Club Penrose Country Golf Club Port Kembla Golf Club Port Macquarie Golf Club Portland Golf Club Pottsville Queanbeyan Golf Club Quirindi RSL Golf Club Rand Golf Club Rankins Springs Golf Club Royal Canberra Golf Club Royal Military College Golf Club Russell Vale Golf Club Sawtell Golf Club Scone Golf Club Shelley Beach Golf Club Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens Golf Club-Worrigee Links Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club Shortland Waters Golf Club

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

NR

WGNR

444

112

556

25

3

28

584

680

CW

WDLGA

317

117

434

3

1

4

438

451

NEWC

NHDLGA

122

45

167

1

-

1

168

143

FSC

FSC&TGA

693

327

1,020

17

2

19

1,039

1,099

LV HR LV

WDLGA NHDLGA WDLGA

175 140 22

44 30 8

219 170 30

12 3 -

1 -

12 4 -

231 174 30

220 170 33

ILL

WGI

12

-

12

-

-

-

12

12

ILL

WGI

768

202

970

41

6

47

1,017

1,085

LNC

WGCNC

682

265

947

23

3

26

973

979

BM NR ACT CN MUR

BMDLGA WGNR CSGA N&NWDLGA RLGA

75 20 584 78 5

10 5 95 34 5

85 25 679 112 10

5 32 2 -

4 -

5 36 2 -

90 25 715 114 10

133 707 111 10

LV

RLGA

6

4

10

-

-

-

10

10

ACT

CSGA

1,182

306

1,488

30

3

33

1,521

1,592

ACT

CSGA

402

105

507

6

-

6

513

480

ILL MNC HR CC

WGI WGCNC NHDLGA CCWGA

555 426 153 791

117 163 47 202

672 589 200 993

29 11 14 28

10 4 3 1

39 15 17 29

711 604 217 1,022

712 673 169 1,017

ILL

WGI

179

25

204

15

1

16

220

163

ILL

WGI

274

76

350

12

1

13

363

346

NEWC

NHDLGA

468

79

547

11

1

12

559

623

Boys Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12

Registered Players GOLF NSW

67


Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

COUNTRY CLUBS cont. Club Name

68

Singleton Golf Club South West Rocks Country Club Spring Ridge Country Club Springwood Country Club St Georges Basin Golf Club Stonebridge Golf Club Stroud Golf Club Sugar Valley Golf Club Sunny Ridge Golf Club Sussex Inlet Golf Club Talbingo Golf Club Tallwoods Golf Club Tamworth Golf Club Tanilba Bay Golf Club Taralga Golf Club Tathra Beach Country Club Temora Golf Club Tenterfield Golf Club Terrigal Memorial Country Club Teven Golf Club The Grange Golf Club The Links Shell Cove The Palms Golf Course The Rock Golf Club The Springs Golf & Country Club The Vintage Golf Club Thredbo Golf Club Thurgoona Country Club Resort

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

HR

NHDLGA

195

36

231

13

1

14

245

281

MNC

WGCNC

444

138

582

5

-

5

587

677

CN

N&NWDLGA

23

14

37

-

-

-

37

36

BM

BMDLGA

479

63

542

18

1

19

561

625

ILL

WGI

457

97

554

30

-

30

584

674

HR HR NEWC CW ILL SW LNC CN NEWC ACT

NHDLGA NHDLGA NHDLGA WDLGA WGI SWLGA WGCNC N&NWDLGA NHDLGA CSGA

335 31 97 16 160 8 190 964 262 24

16 46 3 49 2 103 275 34 2

351 31 143 19 209 10 293 1,239 296 26

34 2 4 4 5 48 2 3

5 1 28 1 2

39 2 4 1 4 5 76 3 5

390 33 147 20 213 10 298 1,315 299 31

356 34 151 18 193 61 282 1,297 327 26

FSC

FSC&TGA

250

89

339

5

-

5

344

338

SW NE

SWLGA NEDGA

92 149

29 49

121 198

6 30

1 3

7 33

128 231

136 246

CC

CCWGA

476

123

599

4

-

4

603

607

NR ILL ILL NEWC RIV

WGNR WGI WGI NHDLGA RLGA

60 524 607 59 48

27 94 21 11 10

87 618 628 70 58

1 6 9 1 -

4 5 -

1 10 14 1 -

88 628 642 71 58

89 787 676 65 65

CC

CCWGA

43

4

47

-

-

-

47

58

HR ACT

NHDLGA FSC&TGA

148 25

57 4

205 29

6 -

4 -

10 -

215 29

196 42

MUR

RLGA

518

140

658

39

7

46

704

742

GOLF NSW Registered Players

Boys Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12


COUNTRY CLUBS cont. Club Name Tipperary Golf Club Tooleybuc Sporting Golf Club Toronto Country Club Tottenham Golf Club Toukley Golf Club Trangie Golf Club Trundle Golf Club Tully Park Golf Club Tumbarumba Golf Club Tumut Golf Club Tura Beach Country Club Tuross Head Country Club Uralla Golf Club Vincentia Golf Club Wagga City Golf Club Wagga Wagga Country Club Walcha Golf Club Walgett District Sporting Club Walwa Golf Club Wanaaring Golf Club Waratah Golf Club Warialda Golf & Bowling Club Warren Golf Club Wauchope Golf Club Wee Waa Golf Club Weethalle Country Golf Club Welaregang Country Golf Club

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

SW

SWLGA

19

5

24

-

-

-

24

28

WR

RLGA

59

17

76

2

-

2

78

78

NEWC WEST CC WEST LV ACT MUR SW

NHDLGA WDLGA CCWGA WDLGA WDLGA CSGA SWLGA SWLGA

606 44 784 44 60 48 36 160

98 19 151 31 7 15 10 43

704 63 935 75 67 63 46 203

16 1 54 1 6 12 1

1 1 4 -

16 2 55 1 6 16 1

720 65 990 76 73 79 46 204

556 61 868 68 88 94 9 229

FSC

FSC&TGA

287

118

405

5

1

6

411

401

FSC

FSC&TGA

112

40

152

6

2

8

160

248

CN ILL RIV

NEDGA WGI RLGA

105 234 186

85 83

105 319 269

4 6

-

4 6

109 319 275

122 395 263

RIV

RLGA

628

185

813

17

2

19

832

616

CN

NEDGA

64

39

103

3

-

3

106

112

WEST

WDLGA

37

8

45

-

-

-

45

31

MUR WEST NEWC

FSC&TGA WDLGA NHDLGA

32 6 684

3 121

32 9 805

1 2 22

1 1

1 3 23

33 12 828

31 12 851

NW

NEDGA

59

22

81

5

1

6

87

64

WEST LNC NW

WDLGA WGCNC N&NWDLGA

73 768 26

27 145 10

100 913 36

1 38 1

5 1

1 43 2

101 956 38

152 974 56

LV

SWLGA

-

9

9

-

1

1

10

9

MUR

RLGA

22

17

39

-

-

-

39

39

Boys Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12

Registered Players GOLF NSW

69


Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

COUNTRY CLUBS cont. Club Name

70

DGA (Men’s)

DGA (Women’s)

Men

Women

Total Adults

CW

WDLGA

126

37

163

8

2

10

173

173

BM

BMDLGA

373

74

447

24

2

26

473

495

CW CN

WDLGA N&NWDLGA

311 38

57 22

368 60

22 1

-

22 1

390 61

399 73

SW

WDLGA

79

34

113

-

-

-

113

108

LV LNC ILL

RLGA WGCNC WGI

272 574

59 91

331 665

3 18

1 4

4 22

335 687

7 341 707

NR

WGNR

232

65

297

27

-

27

324

272

NR

WGNR

27

9

36

3

-

3

39

59

MNC

WGCNC

353

82

435

2

-

2

437

407

CC

CCWGA

700

121

821

33

3

36

857

916

NR

WGNR

592

180

772

39

5

44

816

863

ACT WR CW SW ACT

CSGA RLGA WDLGA SWLGA CSGA

215 67 17 214 811

50 8 5 59 151

265 75 22 273 962

40 1 1 28 23

1 2

41 1 1 28 25

306 76 23 301 987

341 70 22 307 1,071

67,226

17,394

378

3,482

88,102

90,303

Wellington Golf Club Wentworth Falls Country Club Wentworth Golf Club Werris Creek Golf Club West Wyalong S & C Sports Club Wilcannia Golf Club Wingham Golf Club Wollongong Golf Club Woodburn-Evans Head Golf Club Woodenbong District Golf Club Woolgoolga RSL Golf Club Wyong Golf Club Yamba Golf and Country Club Yass Golf Club Yenda Diggers Golf Club Yeoval Golf Club Young Golf Club Yowani Country Club TOTAL COUNTRY CLUBS - 294

OFFSHORE GOLF CLUBS 1. Lord Howe Island 2. Norfolk Island

GOLF NSW Registered Players

Boys Girls

84,620 3,104

Total Juniors

TOTAL TOTAL 2012-13 2011-12


Summary TOTAL METROPOLITAN ZONES Zones

Clubs

Men

Women

Total Adults

Boys

Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL 2012-13

TOTAL 2011-12

Zone A Zone B Zone C

32 30 30

19,878 18,064 12,447

6,972 4,091 1,749

26,850 22,155 14,196

889 619 598

107 87 98

996 706 696

27,846 22,861 14,892

28,664 23,091 14,710

TOTAL METROPOLITAN CLUBS

92

50,389

12,812

63,201

2,106

292

2,398

65,599

66,465

71

COUNTRY DISTRICT TOTALS Clubs

Men

Boys

TOTAL 2012-13

TOTAL 2011-12

ACT Monaro DGA Blue Mountains DGA Central Coast DGA Central North DGA Central Western DGA Far South Coast DGA GolfIllawarra Hunter River DGA Lachlan Valley DGA Lower North Coast DGA Mid North Coast DGA Murray DGA New England DGA Newcastle DGA North West DGA Northern Rivers DGA Riverina DGA South West DGA Western DGA Western Riverina DGA

25 11 11 12 14 13 23 17 13 12 15 15 10 17 8 19 12 14 21 12

7,262 2,121 5,786 2,104 2,567 4,168 7,740 3,392 672 3,865 3,913 3,538 1,146 6,914 731 6,147 1,386 1,018 1,381 1,375

391 132 230 97 167 194 399 238 55 175 138 139 78 192 48 213 31 57 63 67

7,653 2,253 6,016 2,201 2,734 4,362 8,139 3,630 727 4,040 4,051 3,677 1,224 7,106 779 6,360 1,417 1,075 1,444 1,442

8,509 2,219 5,881 2,190 2,721 4,491 8,554 3,336 758 4,151 4,251 3,194 1,221 7,195 795 6,726 1,230 1,155 1,529 1,400

Total 20 Men's DGAs

294

67,226

3,104

70,330

71,506

Men's Districts

Registered Players GOLF NSW


Golf NSW Annual Report 2012-2013

COUNTRY DISTRICT TOTALS Women’s Districts

72

Blue Mountains DLGA Central Coast Women's GA Central Southern GA Far South Coast & Tablelands GA Newcastle Hunter DLGA New England DGA North & North Western DLGA Riverina LGA South West LGA Western DLGA Women's Golf Central North Coast Women's Golf Illawarra Women's Golf Northern Rivers TOTAL 13 Women's DGAs

Clubs

Women

Girls

TOTAL 2012-13

TOTAL 2011-12

8 11 25 19 33 13 16 35 17 47 26 16 20

382 1,208 1,768 1,481 2,418 342 766 1,803 349 1,536 2,153 1,309 1,879

9 15 56 18 46 9 43 44 2 39 36 36 25

391 1,223 1,824 1,499 2,464 351 809 1,847 351 1,575 2,189 1,345 1,904

514 1,335 2,011 1,676 2,663 359 797 1,715 379 1,682 2,186 1,493 1,987

286

17,394

378

17,772

18,797

SUMMARY Clubs

Men

Women

Total Adults

Boys

Girls

Total Juniors

TOTAL 2012-13

TOTAL 2011-12

Metropolitan Country Offshore Golf Access Australia

92 294 2 1

50,389 67,226 708

12,812 17,394 29

63,201 84,620 737

2,106 3,104 -

292 378 -

2,398 3,482 -

65,599 88,102 737

66,465 90,303 848

TOTAL

389

118,323

30,235

148,558

5,210

670

5,880

154,438

157,616

Zones

GOLF NSW Registered Players


Summary TOTAL COUNTRY & METROPOLITAN PLAYERS

Women 20%

REGISTERED PLAYERS (COUNTRY V METROPOLITAN)

Boys 3.39%

70,000

Girls 0.44%

60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000

73

20,000 10,000

Men 77% 0

Men Women Boys Girls

REGISTERED PLAYERS IN COUNTRY DISTRICTS 70,000

Men

Women

Country

Boys

Girls

Metropolitan

REGISTERED PLAYERS IN METROPOLITAN ZONES 20,000

60,000 15,000

50,000 40,000

10,000

30,000 5,000

20,000 10,000

0

0

Men Women Boys Girls

Men Zone A

Women Zone B

Boys Zone C

Girls


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