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30th June 2010


Jake Higginbottom 2010 NSW Amateur Champion


Golf NSW Limited Sixty Second Annual Report for the year ended 30th June 2010

Contents Patrons, Presidents, Life Members and Council Personnel Board of Directors Councillors Committees President’s Report Chief Executive Officer’s Report Finance and Constitution Report Rules and Amateur Status Report Match Report Sponsorship/Marketing and Development Report Handicapping and Course Rating Report Tournament Results NSW Honour Roll Directors’ Report Balance Sheet Income Statement Statement of Cash Flows Notes to the Financial Statements Directors’ Declaration Independent Audit Report Detailed Statement of Income and Expenditure NSW Golf Foundation NSW Golf Foundation Income Statement and Balance Sheet Metropolitan Affiliated Club Membership District Golf Associations Affiliated Club Membership Sponsors /Commercial Partners

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Golf NSW Limited Personnel

Bottom to Top – Left to right Greg Mills Chief Executive Officer Robyn Jones PA Chief Executive Officer Wynter Hines Finance & Marketing Coordinator Bryce Alley – Res. Jan’10 Office Assistant Brian Speechley – Ret. Jun ’10 Manager – Finance & Administration Graeme Phillipson General Manager – Golf Programs & Services Rod Clark Manager – Technical & Membership Services Christy Collier Manager – Golf Events James Black Manager – Marketing & Sponsorship Ann Larson Receptionist Julia Skamperle Events Coordinator Inset Adam Dranfield – Appt Feb’10 Office Assistant

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Presidents

Council

1949 Mr. W. E. Bain (Dec. June 1949) 1949-50 Mr. C. W. Rundle 1951-55 Mr. E. J. Hyde 1956-60 Mr. J. S. Macqueen 1961-64 Mr. J. W. Wilson 1965-66 Mr. D. H. Dwyer, OBE 1967-72 Mr. L. R. S. Graham 1973-77 Mr. E. G. B. Lusk, OAM (Res. August 1977) 1977-84 Mr. L. M. Barnett 1984-90 Mr. L. W. Clark 1990-96 Mr. J. B. Lugsdin (Dec. February 1996) 1996-03 Mr. B. A. Nairn, OAM 2003-07 Mr. J. S. Buckley (Res. November 2007) 2007-10 Mr. S. C. Cox

Mr. Chris Allen Mr. Ray Bellamy Mr. Peter Brien (Appt April 10) Mr. Anthony Briers (Appt April 10) Mr. Les Browne Mr. Gary Bryant Mr. Tony Busch Mr. David Byfield Mr. Stuart Cox Mr. David Coulton Mr. Anthony Davis (Res April 10) Mr. Harry Douglas (Dec March 10) Mr. John Dunkin (Appt April 10) Mr. Ian Elliott (Appt April 10) Mr. Ian Fraser Mr. Frank Gal Mr. Jim Glenday Mr. Robert Griffiths Mr. Alan Harrison Mr. Grant Harding Mr. Richard Hattersley Mr. Herb James Mr. Reg Johnston Mr. Greg Kellett Mr. Brian Lanz Mr. John Lock Mr. Ken Martin Mr. John Miller Mr. Bruce Mitchell (Res April 10) Mr. Bruce Nairn, OAM Mr. Robert Robards (Res April 10) Mr. Robert Scarr Mr. Robert Scott Mr. Colin Smith Mr. Denis Spillane Mr. Robert Soper (Appt April 10) Mr. Paul Thomas Mr. Stan Tucker (Res April 10) Mr. John Waanders Mr. Darrell Watts

Life Members Mr. B. L. Barnes Mr. J. S. Buckley Mr. I. R. Chomley Mr. L. W. Clark Mr. S. C. Cox Mr. I. Fraser Mr. A. Y. Gresham, OAM Mr. J. R. Higson Mr. K. W. James Mr. E. T. Kime Mr. E. G. B. Lusk, OAM Mr. W. A. Marshall Mr. A. Mercer Mr. B. A. Nairn, OAM Mr. K. J. Owens Mr. B. F. Richardson Mr. G. B. Simmons Mr. A. R. Trinder Mr. R. M. W. Vize Mr. E. J. Williams

PATRON MEMBERS Gary Hennessy The Australian Golf Club Richard Hattersley The Royal Sydney Golf Club

GOLF NSW LIMITED SOLICITORS Thomson Playford Cutlers

GOLF NSW LIMITED AUDITORS Bell Partners

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Golf NSW Limited Personnel

Greg Mills Chief Executive Officer

Graeme Phillipson General Manager - Golf Programs & Services

Brian Speechley Manager - Finance & Administration – Ret. Jun ’10

James Black Manager - Marketing & Sponsorship

Christy Collier Manager - Golf Events

Rod Clark Manager - Technical & Membership Services

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Golf NSW Limited Board of Directors

Stuart Cox President

Alan Harrison Vice President

John Waanders Treasurer

Chris Allen

David Coulton

Ian Fraser

Frank Gal Chairman Rules and Amateur Status

Bob Griffiths

Bruce Nairn, OAM Chairman State Selectors

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Herb James Chairman Handicapping and Course Rating

Paul Thomas (Res. April 2010)

John Miller (apt. April 2010)

Darrell Watts

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Golf NSW Limited 2010 Councillors

Front Row (left to right) Ray Bellamy (Zone D – Lower North Coast DGA), Bob Robards (Zone D – Central Coast DGA), Robert Scott (Zone A Metro – Bankstown), Gary Bryant (Zone D – Mid North Coast), Jim Glenday (Zone C Metro – Georges River), Grant Harding (Zone F – South West DGA) Back Row (left to right) Reg Johnston (Zone C Metro – Parramatta), John Lock (Zone B Metro – Carnarvon), Brian Lanz (Zone E – New England DGA), Denis Spillane (Zone B Metro – Fox Hills), David Byfield (Zone F – Riverina DGA), Tony Busch (Zone E – Blue Mountains DGA), Les Browne (Zone A Metro – Long Reef ), Colin Smith (Zone C Metro – Botany), Stan Tucker (Zone B Metro – Woolooware), John Miller (Zone E – Central Western DGA), Greg Kellett (Zone E – Central North DGA), Harry Douglas (Zone F – Far South Coast DGA), Bob Scarr (Zone D – Hunter DGA), Ken Martin (Zone F – Western Riverina DGA)

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Golf NSW Limited Committees 2010 JACK NEWTON JUNIOR GOLF FOUNDATION S. Cox & C. Allen STATE SELECTORS B. Nairn (Chairman) L. Browne L. Peterson GOLF AUSTRALIA DELEGATES S. C. Cox & A. Harrison CLUBS NSW G. Mills (State Councillor) MATCH L. Browne (Chairman) C. Allen I. Fraser F. Gal G. Harding H. James J. Lock B. A. Nairn R. Scarr R. Scott C. Smith D. Spillane P. Thomas S. Tucker D. Watts

HANDICAPPING & COURSE RATING H. James (Chairman) C. Allen R. Bellamy G. Bryant A. Busch D. Byfield D. Coulton T. Davis H. Douglas I. Fraser F. Gal R. Griffiths R. Johnston G. Kellett B. Lanz J. Lock K. Martin J. Miller B. A. Nairn R. Robards R. Scarr C. Smith D. Spillane P. Thomas S. Tucker D. Watts C. Kaye FINANCE & CONSTITUTION J. Waanders (Chairman) D. Coulton J. Glenday R. Hattersley P. Thomas RULES & AMATEUR STATUS F. Gal (Chairman) C. Allen T. Colley S. Conner D. Coulton I. Fraser R. Griffiths G. Kendall M. Palmer J. Waanders

PLANNING, SPONSORSHIP/ MARKETING & DEVELOPMENT S. Cox (Chairman) L. Browne S. Fraser R. Fury F. Gal J. Glenday R. Hattersley K. Martin J. Waanders D. Watts NSW OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP ORGANISING As Required by the CEO CLUB INDUSTRY ADVISORY COUNCIL OF NSW G. Mills (Delegate) ZONE R. Bellamy A. Briers (appointed 27th April 2010) P. Brien (appointed 27th April 2010) G. Bryant A. Busch D. Byfield D. Coulton A. Davis (resigned 27th April 2010) H. Douglas (deceased 2nd March 2010) I. Elliott (appointed 27th April 2010) R. Griffiths G. Harding A. Harrison G. Kellett B. Lanz K. Martin J. Miller B. Mitchell (resigned 27th April 2010) R. Robards (resigned 27th April 2010) R. Scarr R. Soper (appointed 27th April 2010) P. Thomas J. Waanders D. Watts

NSW GOLF FOUNDATION R. Hattersley (Chairman) C. Allen J. Glenday

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President Stuart Cox In early 1960, the constituents of the NSW Golf Council and the Country Golf Association merged to form The New South Wales Golf Association. In doing so, they demonstrated foresight that brought together a disparate governance structure that had existed in amateur golf administration in NSW for many years. The NSWGA has stood the test of time and served us well ever since. In our 50th year, however, I am very proud to report that we have also looked to the future and will merge with Women’s Golf New South Wales to form “Golf NSW” on July 1, 2010. In doing so, a governing body that can capably represent each and every affiliated amateur golfer in this State irrespective of their gender or location has been formed. The rapid progress made in 2010 toward the merger would not have been possible without the assistance and advice of:

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President’s Report 2010 after July 1. This continuity and experience should assist the evolution of the new body and is testament to the loyalty and patience they have demonstrated throughout some uncertain times recently. On behalf of our Board and Council I thank the staff and wish them ongoing success in their new roles. At a time of significant change and frequent upheaval the Board and Council of NSWGA has remained committed to the principle of an equitable merger. I commend them all and wish to thank, especially, Vice-President Alan Harrison and Treasurer John Waanders for their efforts on our “Steering Committee” this year. When the time came, in April, to decide the fate of our merger our membership and Council were unanimous in endorsing this progressive step. It is this spirit of persistence and devotion to change for the better for all our Clubs, DGA’s and golfers that has made me most proud to serve as your President. “Golf NSW” will commence operations with an extremely strong balance sheet and a mandate to grow the game for all golfers in NSW. The challenge of properly establishing the new organization will be significant and it is incumbent upon us all to support the inaugural Chairman, Chris Allen, and his Board in their efforts on our behalf. I wish them every success.

• F acilitator Peter Murray of Murray Advisory & Consultancy Services, who tactfully guided both organizations through the early stages of negotiations, and; • T im Bowley, Partner of Johnson, Winter and Slattery Lawyers, who provided practical and timely legal advice to us throughout the process. We were extremely fortunate to have a willing merger partner in the guise of the Board of WGNSW in 2010. President Suzanne Fabian and each of her Board members are to be commended for the spirit in which they approached the latter phase of our negotiations and for the genuine goodwill they have invested in the process. They can be proud of the opportunities “Golf NSW” will bring for all golfers in NSW and this outcome is just reward for the great energy invested in the process by successive administrations at WGNSW. Whilst almost all of the NSWGA Board and Council’s time was absorbed by amalgamation matters in early 2010 our day to day affairs went on. Our staff, led ably by CEO Greg Mills, has continued to ensure that we meet our goals of growing the game, building partnerships, developing talent and supporting Clubs. Many important issues are on the horizon for “Golf NSW” and it is pleasing to note that all of our staff, along with several of WGNSW current staff, will remain in place

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Chief Executive Officer’s Report CEO Greg Mills The end of one era! The hot word in recent years has been amalgamation. For so long has the topic been quite a distraction to the day to day business operations of each organisation, but it has also been a highly important goal that always seemed to be just out of reach. Now, both organisations need worry no longer. The “A” Day has finally arrived and all concerned are highly delighted. This, the 62nd and final Annual Report for NSWGA is tinged with a certain amount of sadness. However, that is more a symptom of the journey the organisation has been on since its inception in 1949. It is a momentous occasion and an opportunity to pay respects and tributes to all those individuals who have contributed to the organisation over the years - it must be in the thousands. On behalf of the masses, we acknowledge with thanks the investment you have all made along the way. For those who may not have gathered, and ask why this Annual Report relates only to the January through June period in 2010, the reason is connected to an amalgamation agreement that the NSWGA (now Golf NSW) would change their financial year end to June 30 each year. From here on in under the merged Golf NSW banner, each financial year will conclude on June 30, which also means that future Annual General Meetings will always be held in the latter half of the year. With all that in mind, this report is only relevant to NSWGA activities for the first six months of 2010 and not the entire calendar year as was previously the case. One of the major tasks undertaken in this period has been the training of course raters across the state on the USGA Course Rating system. The need to have both suitably trained and willing people is crucial if we’re to have all courses rated on a consistent basis by the end of 2011. Lynne Ritchie and her course rating coordinating committee have this process well under way and although they have experienced a number of unexpected challenges, her team are a really focused group. On Lynne’s behalf, I thank and value the commitment of all course raters who have offered their services in this instance. What happened to the postponed rebuild of our IT platform including a new website, database and tournament management system? The delay was largely

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attributable to the amalgamation push back. Now that the merger has been completed, this issue is no longer an impediment with all systems now on the go. The project time line is for delivery of the new IT platform is very early in 2011. The much awaited NSWGA Club Management Manual is now on display and only accessible via the website. The on-line version has already received rave reviews from many club people who regularly utilise the information which is far easier to locate at the click of a mouse. In balance, we had no staff changes during this six months period which is always a bonus, but we did incur some significant one-off costs associated with amalgamation, those being, legal bills, consultancy fees and abnormal printing and postage costs which were all unavoidable. The fluctuating fortunes associated with our amalgamation with WGNSW dissipated and although there was an enormous amount of time, expertise and emotional energy spent on the process during the year, it’s reasonable to say the majority was productively invested. The year concluded with more hope than had previously been experienced which augers well for the official start of Golf NSW. Although there was no NSW Open staged in this period there was a deal of work done on the preliminary preparations. And there were a number of new commercial relationships developed and secured. James Black has locked in Sport Leisure, Coca Cola Amatil, On-Site Commercial Cleaning and Perfect Vision as new sponsors of the organisation which automatically transfer to the new entity. I wholeheartedly congratulate James on achieving those results in a very difficult market. The only NSW Golf “Road Show” was staged at Muswellbrook Golf Club in March during their Centenary Celebrations. At a dinner held on the first evening of the visit, a crystal plaque was presented to club officials in recognition of the club’s milestone. The next day approximately fifteen people attended the Road Show where NSWGA Staff and Board members held a workshop where views were shared and questions asked and answered. Additionally, the Club Management Manual was launched with Vivienne Young from Thomson Playford Cutlers in attendance. Vivienne was a major contributor to the production of the new NSWGA resource and spoke about some of the more recent updates to the various laws and compliances that apply to club life. I mentioned earlier in this report about the course rating project, but importantly another mark on the sheet of progress toward the introduction of the US Slope Handicapping System occurred on April 9 when the new

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handicap calculation method was introduced. This is but the first of many steps along the path to having a full implementation of the system in 2012. Our relentless commitment to and support of Jack Newton Junior Golf continues unabated. As mentioned in previous reports, the JNJG has become a very dynamic organisation. Their pursuits are being heralded across the country thanks largely to the substantial benevolent funding from the Kinghorn Foundation and financial and VIK support provided by NSWGA and WGNSW that has underpinned their expanded services and activities.

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Chief Executive Officer’s Report cont. Finally and with the risk of sounding boring, I wish to thank once again my fellow members of staff at NSWGA. Each has contributed to the team effort in their own unique way and I thank them all for their support and devotion. I offer my respect and appreciation to them individually and as part of the group. We now all look forward to building a brand new team under the amalgamated Golf NSW banner as of 1 July. The start of a new era!

The ongoing dedication of the Governors of the NSW Golf Foundation remains integral to the values of the organisation. Raising the much needed funds to support struggling clubs and individuals is more than a challenge in most instances. However, Jane Buckley once again led an active team of Ladies when they produced an outstanding result of just over $8,000 with the Ladies Committee Day which was held at Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club. Jane’s volunteer group is something to behold in today’s world of ‘let someone else do it’ and we thank them all tremendously for their tireless work. Grant application approvals for the period can be seen in the NSW Golf Foundation Report. Although it is early days in this NSW Institute of Sport (Golf ) Program scholarship term Head Coach, Glenn Whittle seems to have the group well on track with their individual programs. Even though this report is rather brief compared to normal annual reports it does provide opportunities and it would be completely remiss if I didn’t recognise the contributions of each of the NSWGA Directors in particular, but not to exclude the Councillors in the final countdown to amalgamation being achieved. Life in the honorary lane is speedy at times and one could be forgiven for getting lost in the maze of responsibilities and duties that are required. On behalf of the NSWGA staff, member DGA’s and clubs across the state, an open note of appreciation. Stuart Cox was President for the majority of this time and I personally thank Stuart for leading the team through a tumultuous time. Congratulations to the state junior boys and girls teams for winning their respective interstate teams matches in April. The boy’s manager, Robert Scott was justifiably smug with their success as was Jan Heys with the girls performance. Not far behind in the ‘we did it’ stakes was boys coach Khan Pullen and girls mentor Peter Van Wegen. Showing the way and well done to all concerned. The Golf Department under Graeme Phillipson’s guidance continued to deliver quality events, and I thank Graeme and his team for their conviction and commitment.

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Finance and Constitution Report Treasurer John Waanders On 30th June 2010 the “New South Wales Golf Association” (NSWGA) ceased trading under that name and commenced trading as “Golf NSW Limited” on the 1st July 2010 following its amalgamation with “Women’s Golf NSW” (WGNSW). The newly amalgamated Company will represent all affiliated Golf Clubs, Country District Golf Associations and both male and female members of those organisations in NSW and the ACT. The financial status of the NSWGA as at 30 June 2010 was very strong and will provide a sturdy foundation for the new Company. This report refers to the financial accounting period from January 1 to June 30, 2010. This being the final report therefore only covers the half year period from 1 January to 30 June 2010.

I wish to offer my personal thanks and that of the retiring Directors to Brian Speechley for his very capable control of the finances of the Association. We wish him well in his retirement, which coincided with the conclusion of this reporting period and the praise of him is well deserved. I also thank the CEO, Greg Mills, for his continued input, assistance and cooperation during this very testing period. I thank the retiring President, Stuart Cox, for his direction and control which steered the amalgamation towards its completion and I sympathise with his departure when the ultimate goal was achieved. I also thank Alan Harrison for his valuable knowledge and assistance throughout the amalgamation process and the members of the Finance Committee, David Coulton, Jim Glenday, Richard Hattersley and Paul Thomas, for their contributions and support during my time as Honorary Treasurer of the NSWGA. Finally, I wish to express my gratitude to the remaining Directors of the Board and the staff of the Association for their continued assistance, support and confidence during this historic and progressive period.

The Balance Sheet at the conclusion of the six months showed a net deficit for the period of $216,443, which is comprised of a net profit for the NSW Golf Association of $170,875 and a net deficit for the NSW Golf Foundation of $387,312. However, this deficit is not a loss, per se, but the result of funds that were received by the NSW Golf Foundation in the previous financial year, but drawn down in this financial period. The assets of the NSWGA as at 30 June totalled $6,752,005 and these are offset by total liabilities of $2,234,270 leaving an equity balance of $4,517,735 which was taken up by Golf NSW Limited on 1 July 2010. Similarly, the NSW Golf Foundation account declared assets of $1,881,777 on 30 June 2010 with liabilities totalling $60,474 leaving an equity holding of $1,821,303. The final six month period of operation required enormous input by the Directors of both the NSWGA and WGNSW to achieve the goal of forming the amalgamated Golf NSW.

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Rules and Amateur Status Report Rules & Amateur Status Frank Gal

NSW Mid Amateur Championship; and the Junior, Eric Apperly and Major Pennant finals series.

I am pleased to present the Rules and Amateur Status report of the NSW Golf Association for the six months ending 30 June, 2010.

Many of our State and Club accredited personnel also assisted clubs and districts to successfully conduct their championships and major events.

Rules of Golf Golf’s ruling bodies are now into the final phases of the four yearly Rules review process. Modifications to the Rules are made after considering various factors which have highlighted the need to clarify the Rules or to make them easier to understand and interpret. During the current review cycle, Golf Australia has made a number of suggestions for changes to the Rules with input from NSWGA and the other state bodies. With the recent proliferation of distance measuring devices and the emergence of multifunctional devices such as mobile phones and PDAs etc (i.e., devices that are primarily communication devices, but which may have other potential uses), the R&A and USGA issued a joint statement of principles regarding the use of electronic devices, including distance-measuring devices. The full text of the joint statement can be accessed on the R&A’s website www.randa.org under the Rules tab. The statement reaffirms that these devices, allowed solely when a relevant Local Rule is in operation, may be used to measure distance only and must not be able to measure other conditions such as wind speed or direction, slope of the ground or temperature.

Amateur Status Eleven professional golfers elected to apply for reinstatement to the amateur ranks in the six months to June. Of these, three have been reinstated while the remainder has been advised that they are required to wait for up to two years from the date of their last breach before their amateur status can be reinstated.

Rules Officials The state’s accredited Rules Officials continued to provide valuable support at our state events throughout the reporting period. The events which benefited included the NSW Medal and NSW Amateur Championship; the NSW Seniors Championship; the

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The contribution made by this experienced and efficient volunteer group is greatly appreciated.

Rules Accreditation Following the release of the 2010-2011 edition of the Decisions on the Rules of Golf, the members of the Rules & Amateur Status Committee have devoted much of their time to updating the study guide used to prepare candidates for the State Accreditation Rules program conducted annually in September. Much effort has also gone into revamping the practical demonstration component of the program to better prepare the candidates to give rulings and provide assistance to players and match officials on the golf course. Graduates of the upcoming program will join the 120 people currently accredited at state level. Another 83 people passed the Rules exam at club level in the first half of the year. NSW now has more than one thousand people accredited at this level. It is pleasing to note that the PGA now requires its trainee professionals to pass the club level exam before graduating as fully fledged professional golfers. Eight trainees passed earlier this year and this number is expected to increase dramatically in the second half as the 3rd year trainees approach the end of their terms as trainees.

Rules Queries The NSWGA receives numerous Rules and Amateur Status enquiries and I would like to thank Rod Clark for the dedicated manner in which he handles this responsibility and also for his significant contribution to the Rules education process in NSW. I would also like to acknowledge the valued support the golf department gives to the Rules Committee, both administratively and on the course. In closing, I would like to thank the members of the Rules Committee for their enthusiastic assistance during the past six months.

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Match Report Chairman Les Browne I am pleased to present the Match Committee Report for six months to June 2010. With the impending amalgamation of NSWGA and WGNSW discussions are well underway to ensure the new Golf NSW entity has common conditions, where applicable. Running events require courses that are well prepared and provide a good test for the players. To those Clubs mentioned below, a special thanks from NSWGA and the Players. Without the large number of volunteering Officials and Rules Personnel our tournaments could not proceed and to these people, particularly Frank Gal, Bruce Nairn and Chris Allen, I give my sincere thanks for their expertise and time. Sponsors play an integral part in ensuring the events are maintained at the high level we require. Thanks to KENO and sureshotgps for their continued support of our two major fourball events.

State Championships The NSW Medal was held north of Sydney at Muree and Newcastle Golf Clubs. There was an excellent field of 253 competitors who battled difficult wet conditions, with the threat of lightning, particularly on the last day at Newcastle where play was stopped due to the storm. Michael Williams (St. Michael’s Golf Club) won with a score of 15 under (273) after four rounds. Williams led going into the last day, and continued his strong form to secure the victory by two shots over well credentialed opponents, including recently crowned British Amateur Champion Yeon Jin Jong (Waverley Golf Club). Jin Jong had a fantastic final day, shooting four under and finishing with 12 under (275) to secure him second place, a further stroke ahead of Queensland’s Tim Hart. The Champion of Champions is run in conjunction with the first 36 holes of the NSW Medal and this event was won by Wyong’s Alex Pitty with rounds of 71 and 72, one stroke ahead of Mona Vale’s Michael Raseta and Ashlar’s Adam Downton. The Royal Sydney Golf Club hosted the NSW Amateur Championship, where the top 32 players from the NSW Medal compete in a match play format for the title. There were some exceptional performances at the tough layout, highlighted by the win of 16 year old State Junior Champion Jake Higginbottom (The Australian) who defeated England’s Walker Cup representative Tommy Fleetwood 3/2 in the Final. It has been 80 years since Manly’s Jim Ferrier was on the front pages of the newspapers, having at age 16 years won the State Junior and Amateur titles. Higginbottom achieved this same feat, having done so only two weeks after turning 16 and thus being the youngest to do so. 12

In June, Higginbottom also went on to finish runner up in the Australian Junior Championship and to win the Victorian Junior Championship. With the difficulty in securing quality courses and considering the tight schedules of the elite players, it was decided from 2010 to change the scheduling and conduct the Medal mid week with the Amateur Championship over 18 holes for the first 4 rounds of match play, to be followed by a 36 hole final. This proved to be a successful change and will continue for 2011. In the Seniors Championship, over 200 competitors took on the testing Port Macquarie GC. The course was deluged with rain prior to the tournament which made the course play longer than normal. Brian Sams took advantage of his local knowledge to secure his second title with a three round total of 218, four strokes ahead of Russell Rogers (Tura Beach). This was Sams’ second victory in this event, also winning in 2005. The Mid Amateur Championship moved to the ACT with Gold Creek CC hosting. The event was played in cool but fine conditions and Pymble’s Guy Wall came from behind on the final day to secure the title by two strokes from John McMiles (Liverpool), with Goulburn’s Michael Gerstenberg in third place. This event will be held over 36 holes in 2011, at Cyprus Lakes. In a thrilling finish, the pairing of Grant Harding (Young Golf Club) and Graeme Cheshire (Cootamundra Golf Club) took out the 2010 NSW Sand Greens Fourball Championship, held at Coolamon Sport & Recreation Club. At the completion of the two rounds of play, Harding and Cheshire were level with the Wagga pairing of Michael Loveday and Brian Harris, both pairs on 78 points after consistent rounds of 39 (three under par) each day. In an exciting finale to the sudden death playoff, Grant Harding (Young) was the only player to birdie the par 5 eighteenth hole and give his pair the win. The nett event was won by Coonamble’s Mark Hoath and Shane Swansborough, who followed up their 55 points on the first day with 53 points on the second, to win by an incredible eight strokes to local Coolamon pair Greg Byrnes and Craig Corrigan. Other events are scheduled for the second half of the year and will be in the 2010/11 Golf NSW report.

Pennant The Metropolitan Major Pennant involved 77 clubs and was played under the new ‘Promotion/Relegation’ format. The results of the finals were: Division 1 – St Michaels defeated Moore Park 5 to 2 Division 2 – Carnarvon defeated New Brighton 5.5 to 1.5 Division 3 – Camden defeated Ashlar 4.5 to 2.5 Division 4 – Windsor defeated Massey Park 5 to 2 Division 5 – Randwick defeated Palm Beach 4 to 3 In the Junior Pennant 25 teams competed with Bonnie Doon GC defeating Cabramatta GC in the final at Concord GC 3½ to 1½ . The Eric Apperly Shield had 41 Metropolitan teams and 2 Country Districts competing with The Australian GC defeating Bonnie Doon GC 5 to 0 at Concord GC in the final. Golf NSW Limited - Annual Report 10


Greater Building Society Lake Macquarie International The Lake Macquarie International at Belmont GC attracted over 200 entrants, including international and interstate representatives. Victorian Kieren Pratt, shot a record 21 under par, ahead of local Brendan Smith (Pymble GC). The sponsorship over many years by The Greater Building Society and NBN 3 has ensured the event continues to be one of the highest World Amateur Ranking events in Australia and attracts many of the top international and local players.

Other Junior Events The Jack Newton Junior Golf, which promotes and administers junior golf in the State hold a number of State Events. The Junior Champion of Champions was run in conjunction with JNJGF State Age Championships. The winner was Kyle Bown. The Encourage Shield Competition this year was administered by JNJGF for the first time as part of the state junior golf pathway. The event began in the early seventies and in 2009 attracted 60 teams from across the metropolitan area with the Dunheved Golf Club defeating the Hurstville Golf Club in an exciting final at the Woollaware. In a new innovation the two Metropolitan finalists and teams from The ACT (Gungahlin Lakes) and Central Coast (Toukley) played off for the ‘State Final’ Hurstville turned the tables defeating Dunheaved 3 ½ to 2 ½.

Other NSWGA Events Seniors Order of Merit The Seniors (over 55) represent more than half the affiliated golfers in the State and the senior events continue to be well supported. The Senior Order of Merit is half way through and this year consists of nearly 40 events, run by various clubs with over 200 players competing. Par 3 Event Ricky Kato (Bonnie Doon Golf Club) won the 2010 NSW Par 3, held at the Penrith Par 3 Golf Course. Kato shot an impressive two under par (52), with birdies on the 9th and 17th. Tom Murray (Liverpool Golf Club) came in second, just a shot behind Kato, finishing with one under par (53). Liverpool took out third spot as well, John McMiles shooting a par round (54). 11-year-old Celena Yuan, again from Liverpool, was the leading female, shooting an impressive score of five over (59). Penrith’s Dennis Day won the Senior section with a score of 55. Family Bowl Husband and wife combination, Denis and Adele Cranfield from Camden Valley Golf Resort are the 2010 NSW Family Bowl Winners. This event was again played at Mount Broughton Golf and Country Club. The Cranfield’s had 48 points in the fourball stableford competition. Golf NSW Limited - Annual Report 10

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Match Report cont. Junior Interstate Series The Junior Interstate Series is run straight after the Australian Junior Championships, so it was a concentrated two weeks of solid golf for the players at the Launceston GC. The team had four players from last year Jake Higginbottom (The Australian), Andrius Belkus (Cabramatta), Daniel Yu (Oatlands) and Jarrod Freeman (Concord) with newcomers Josh Cabban (Twin Creeks) and Matt Wittenburg (Avondale). Team Manager Robert Scott and Coach Khan Pullen kept their undefeated run by taking out the series. The team led from the start being undefeated in all contests. Josh Cabban went through the series undefeated. A wonderful effort which augers well for the senior teams in the future and for next years Junior Series and Australian Boys Championship, which are to be played at Cabramatta and Carnarvon Golf Clubs, where two of the winning team are again available. Congratulations to the NSW Junior girls team who, after being placed second for several years prior, took the title. Other Representative Fixtures In the tri-annual match between NSWGA and Illawarra played at Pt Kembla GC saw the visiting NSWGA Team victorious 24 matches to 6. The 2010 State and Colts Teams were selected after an intensive program of trials and matches. We are looking for a successful Interstate Series in September in Brisbane. Thanks to the following Clubs that have provided facilities for our teams – The Australian, St Michaels, Twin Creeks, Monash, Kooindah Waters and Lynwood. We wish to again thank SRIXON for their continued support of our Elite Program. Other Significant Performances The following players were selected during the first half of 2010 to represent Australia • Juniors - Jake Higginbottom. • Seniors - Stefan Albinski, Denis Dale, Bill Banks, Brian Sams. Stefan Albinski (Mona Vale) won the Australian Seniors Championship at Royal Canberra. Matthew Stieger (St Michael’s), won the Charles Henry Davis Medalist Award at the 109th PNGA Men’s Amateur Championship held at Royal Colwood Golf Club in Victoria, British Columbia, after 36-holes of stroke play. Brett Drewitt (Long Reef ) went on to then take out the Match Play title to add to his win in the Queensland Amateur Match Play. In closing I would like to thank those on the Match Committee for their input and support during the year and to Graeme Phillipson and staff for their efforts in administering the events and all the other ancillary tasks. Les Browne Chairman Match Committee

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Sponsorship/Marketing & Development Report Chairman Stuart Cox How quickly the first six months of the 2010 year went by, as preparations for the amalgamation were at the forefront of all activities. Despite these preparations, where work progressed on a new brand for the merged entity, we managed to secure several new commercial arrangements which will naturally carry forward to Golf NSW. The market has remained cautious to discretionary spend but this continues to be reflected across various sections of the sporting landscape. Nevertheless, we have maintained our long standing sponsors and came to some lengthy arrangements with both our apparel partner, Sporte Leisure, and cleaning contractor, On-Site Commercial Cleaning. Perfect Vision Eye Surgery were also secured with their ability to provide all members throughout NSW the opportunity to improve their eyesight, particularly on the golf course, as the key to their association. Sporte Leisure had been a long time provider of the NSWGA’s apparel needs until 2007, but a more formal arrangement now provides significant benefit to Golf NSW, its DGA’s and member clubs, over at least the next 3 years in terms of discounted pricing and accessibility to a far broader product range. We welcome them back on board. On-Site Commercial Cleaning has recognised the market in which we operate and have a general passion for golf, and they have made a commitment for at least 2 years where again, clubs in particular will benefit from experienced operators and a healthy rebate scheme.

Sponsorship As mentioned earlier in my report, we have secured several new sponsorship arrangements which will remain in place for a number of years, which provides stability and security. As the report is written, we are delighted that ClubKENO Holdings have extended their association with Golf NSW, through their commitment to the Mixed Fourball Championship, for a further year which will mean this will be their 10th anniversary of association with this popular championship and wish to personally extend my gratitude to ClubKENO for their valuable support of golf in this state.

Marketing The commencement of the merged entity comprising the former NSWGA and WGNSW has seen the commencement of Golf NSW from 1 July 2010. There will be some considerable work to be undertaken to bring this to the market, including some significant rebranding exercises to be undertaken, but I’m sure that as one administrative body this will benefit all golfers in the state. With this will come a new and informative website and the exponential development of a multi faceted database which will be the envy of all other sporting codes. As a result, marketing of NSWGA was gradually wound down of the first six months of 2010, and efforts to develop a new brand in the background started to take shape.

NSW Open Whilst a pleasing financial outcome came from the overall management of the NSW Open in 2009, we are again challenged with the overall responsibility of the 2010 NSW Open to be held in November. The Open will again be conducted the week prior to the Australian Open, which again provides an opportunity of securing some higher profile players to participate and thereby continue to lift the profile of our tournament. We are grateful for the continued support of the PGA of Australia, as our event partner, and hope that our other event partners also continue to support this historical tournament. The host venue will again be The Vintage, but sadly this will be the final year at this picturesque course, and the venue will move to new surroundings for 2011.

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Handicap and Course Rating Report Chairman Herb James

The training of the new course raters continued during these 6 months and a temporary committee was appointed to attend to any enquiries or problems until the new committee for Golf NSW was appointed at the beginning of July. The changes to the handicap system were commenced, the first stage was to delete the CCR system and start the “Roll on� system. Further alterations will be introduced during the year. As this will be the last report by me, I would like to take this opportunity of thanking all of the people who have assisted me over the past 20 odd years and for the friendships that have been created. My thanks also goes to the staff at NSWGA, both past and present for their assistance and friendship during the same period.

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Tournament Results International Events TRANS-TASMAN CUP

Tournaments & Events

Venue:

Royal Wellington Golf Club (NZ)

Winner:

Australia

Score:

31

Runner Up: Australian Team:

New Zealand (17) Men’s Team Daniel Beckmann (VIC), Kieran Pratt (VIC), Jason Scrivener (WA), Jordan Sherratt (SA) Boys Team Jake Higginbottom (NSW), Ryan Peake (WA), Cameron Smith (QLD), Aaron Wilkin (QLD)

QUEEN SIRIKIT CUP Venue:

Hamilton Golf Club (NZ)

Winner:

Korea

Score

420

Australian Team: T5 Stacey Keating, Justine Lee, Ebony Heard TOYOTA WORLD JUNIOR GOLF TEAMS CHAMPIONSHIP Venue:

Chukyo Golf Club, Nagoya (Japan)

Winner:

Japan

Score:

822 (-30)

Australian Team: 8th Aaron Wilkin, Jake Higginbottom, Ryan Peake, Geoffrey Drakeford

Australian Championships SRIXON AUSTRALIAN MENS AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP (Match) Venue:

Lake Karrinyup CC & Mt Lawley GC

Winner:

Matt Jager (WA)

Score:

8/7

Runner Up:

Ben Campbell (NZ)

SRIXON AUSTRALIAN MENS MEDAL CHAMPIONSHIP (Stroke) Venue:

Lake Karrinyup CC & Mt Lawley GC

Winner:

Matt Jager (WA)

Score:

276

Runner Up:

Luke Bleumink & Jim Jeong

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Tournament Results Australian Championships cont. AUSTRALIAN MENS FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIP Riversdale Golf Club

Winners:

Luke Bleumink & Ashley Umbers

Score:

142

Runner Up:

Brad Drewiit/Patrick Wilson & Toby Burden/Neil Raymond

Tournaments & Events

Venue:

AUSTRALIAN BOYS AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP Venue:

Launceston Golf Club (TAS)

Winner:

Anthony Murdaca

Score:

280

Runner Up:

Jake Higginbottom (282)

AUSTRALIAN SENIOR AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP Venue:

Royal Canberra Golf Club

Winner:

Stefan Albinski

Score:

214

Runner Up:

Kemp Richardson

AUSTRALIAN MENS INTERSTATE TEAMS MATCHES Venue:

Oxley GC, Brisbane, QLD

Winner:

Victoria

Score:

39 matches

Runner Up:

South Australia - 30 1/2 matches

NSW Team: 27 1/2 matches

Daniel Bringolf, Jake Higginbottom, Rhys McGovern, Michael Raseta, Matthew Stieger, Michael Smyth, Lincoln Tighe

AUSTRALIAN BOYS INTERSTATE TEAMS MATCHES Venue:

Launceston Golf Club, TAS

Winner:

New South Wales

Score:

3.5/1.5

Runner Up:

Queensland

NSW Team:

Jake Higginbottom, Jarrod Freeman, Josh Cabban, Daniel Yu, Matthew Wittenburg, Andrius Belkus

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Tournament Results NSW Championships NSW MEDAL (Stroke)

Tournaments & Events

Venue:

Newcastle/ Muree

Winner:

Michael Williams

Score:

273

Runner Up:

Yeon Jin Jeong

NSW AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP (Matchplay) Venue:

The Royal Sydney Golf Club

Winner:

Jake Higginbottom

Score:

3/2

Runner Up:

Tommy Fleetwood

NSW CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS (2009) Venue:

Newcastle/ Muree

Winner:

Alex Pitty

Score:

143

Runner Up:

Michael Raseta & Adam Downton (144)

NSW MID AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP Venue:

Gold Creek Country Club (ACT)

Winner:

Guy Wall (Pymble)

Score:

217

Runner Up:

John McMiles (Liverpool)- 219

NSW MIXED FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIP Venue:

Cabramatta Golf Club

Tied Winners:

Matt Stieger & Allyce Watkinson

Score:

74

Runners Up:

Reece Hodson & Chantelle Hodson (76)

NSW FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIP Venue:

The Coast Golf Club

Winners:

Jake Higginbottom & Michael Rasetta

Score:

143

Runners Up:

Matt Stieger & Brett Drewitt (144)

NSW SCHOOLBOYS CHAMPIONSHIP Venue:

Wentworth Falls

Winner:

Mac Marr

Score:

137

Runner Up:

Jac Delaney

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Tournament Results NSW Championships cont. NSW SENIOR AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP Port Macquarie Golf Club

Winner:

Brian Sams

Score:

218

Runner Up:

Russell Rogers (222)

Tournaments & Events

Venue:

NSW SAND GREENS FOURBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Venue:

Coolamon Golf Club

Winners:

Grant Harding & Graeme Chesire

Score:

78 points

Runners Up:

Michael Loveday & Brian Harris

PAR 3 CHAMPIONSHIP Venue:

Penrith Par 3 Golf Course

Winner:

Ricky Kato (Bonnie Doon)

Score:

52 (-2)

Runner Up:

Tom Murray (Liverpool)

NSW FAMILY BOWL Venue:

Mt Broughton Golf Club

Winners:

Denis & Adele Cranfield

Score:

48

Runners Up:

Shane & Blake Barlow

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Tournament Results NSW Team Events METROPOLITAN MAJOR PENNANT – DIVISION 5

Tournaments & Events

Venue:

Warringah Golf Club

Winner:

Randwick

Score:

4/3

Runner Up:

Palm Beach

METROPOLITAN MAJOR PENNANT – DIVISION 4 Venue:

Dunheved Golf Club

Winner:

Windsor

Score:

5/2

Runner Up:

Massey Park

METROPOLITAN MAJOR PENNANT – DIVISION 3 Venue:

Cabramatta Golf Club

Winner:

Camden

Score:

4.5/2.5

Runner Up:

Ashlar

METROPOLITAN MAJOR PENNANT – DIVISION 2 Venue:

Bonnie Doon Golf Club

Winner:

Carnarvon

Score:

5.5/1.5

Runner Up:

New Brighton

METROPOLITAN MAJOR PENNANT – DIVISION 1 Venue:

Avondale Golf Club

Winner:

St. Michael’s

Score:

5/2

Runner Up:

Moore Park

METROPOLITAN JUNIOR PENNANT Venue:

Concord Golf Club

Winner:

Bonnie Doon Golf Club

Score:

3.5 matches to 1.5

Runner Up:

Cabramatta Golf Club

ERIC APPERLY SHIELD Venue:

Concord Golf Club

Winner:

The Australian

Score:

5up 5 matches

Runner Up:

Pennant Hills

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Tournament Results NSW Miscellanous Events KILLARA SHIELD Killara Golf Club

Winners:

Killara Golf Club

Score:

219

Runner Up:

Avondale & Pymble (231)

Tournaments & Events

Venue:

EA BUTTENSHAW SHIELD Venue:

Campbelltown Golf Club

Winner:

Campbelltown GC

Score:

223

Runner Up:

Cabramatta GC (226)

NSWGA v ILLAWARRA DGA Venue:

Port Kembla Golf Club

Winner:

NSWGA

Score:

24 matches to 6 matches

ACT- MONARO DGA v NEWCASTLE DGA Venue:

Raymond Terrace, NSW

Winner:

Newcastle DGA

Score:

20 matches to 10 matches

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NSW Honour Roll Championship Events NSW Open Championship

Tournaments & Events

1972 O Beldham (A)

1974 K Donohoe D Witham B Scheiler

1973 E Sneed

1975 B Baker

1974 E Ball

1976 A. Gresham

1931 C Gray

1975 A Gresham (A)

1977 P Foster

1932 V Richardson

1976 J Newton

1978 J Wilkinson

1933 J Ferrier (A)

1977 T MacDonald

1979 R Boyd

1934 V Richardson

1978 G Norman

1980 P Welshford

1935 J Ferrier (A)

1979 J Newton

1936 J Ferrier (A)

1980 G Serhan

1981 T Lamaro C Hallam

1937 J Ferrier (A)

1981 B Rogers

1938 J Ferrier (A)

1982 B Shearer

1939 N Von Nida

1983 G Norman

1940-45 WW II

1984 I Baker-Finch

1946 N Von Nida

1985 I Stanley

1947 N Von Nida

1986 G Norman

1948 N Von Nida

1987 C Parry

1949 E Cremin

1988 G Norman

1950 E Cremin

1989 R Davis

1951 K Nagle

NB: This event was played as the New South Wales Close Championship until 1957 (inclusive)

1971 E Dunk

NSW Amateur Championship 1898 H MacNeil 1899 H MacNeil 1900 E Macarthur 1901 E Simpson 1902 W Martin 1903 D Soutar 1904 D Soutar 1905 Not Played

1982 D Christey

1906 O O’Brien

1983 J Wagner

1907 E Simpson

1984 R Slade

1908 O O’Brien

1985 B Lincoln

1909 M Scott

1986 A Gresham P Pye

1910 M Scott 1911 O O’Brien

1988 M Rodger M Turner

1912 E Apperly

1989 G McKay

1913 W Sturrock

1990 G Coles

1914 J Howden

1991 B Ellam

1990 K Trimble

1915-18 WW I

1952 J Moran

1992 P Maslen

1992 C Parry

1919 T Howard

1953 N Von Nida

1994 D Chivas

1954 N Von Nida

2002 T Price

1993 T Ostler P Maslen A Weekes

1955 R Swinbourne

2003 C Carmichael

1956 F Phillips

2004 P Lonard

1957 K Nagle

1920 E Apperly 1921 T Howard

1994 J Ashcroft

1922 E Apperly

1995 M Miller

1923 F Murdoch

1996 I Bradley

2005 M Wright

1924 H McLelland

1958 L Wilson

1997 K MacDougal

2006 R Kulacz (A)

1925 H Sinclair

1959 H Kershaw

1998 G Woolridge

2007 J Norris

1926 H Morrison

1999 P Hayhoe

1960 F Phillips

2008 A Townsend

2000 J Hatchett

1961 P Thomson

2009 L McKechnie

2001 R Lee

1962 F Phillips 1963 P Mills 1964 E Ball 1965 C McGregor 1966 F Phillips 1967 E Dunk 1968 K Nagle 1970 F Phillips

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2002 J Fitzgerald NSW Champion of Champions 1969 T Wood 1970 P Billings 1971 G Everett 1972 A Gresham 1973 C Kaye R Hall

2003 J Arnold 2004 M Brown 2005 A McIntosh 2006 D Calleija 2007 S Arnold 2008 S Arnold 2009 A Pitty

1927 E Apperly 1928 C Fawcett 1929 I Whitton 1930 E Apperly 1931 J Ferrier 1932 R Bettington 1933 H Hattersley 1934 J Ferrier 1935 H Hattersley 1936 T McKay

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NSW Honour Roll Championship Events cont. 1937 J Ferrier

1978 P Wood

1948 K Pix

1985 P O’Malley

1938 J Ferrier

1979 A Bosch

1949 P Heard

1939 A Waterson

1980 I Hood

1950 H Hattersley

1986 A Gresham R Picker

1940 A Waterson

1981 E Couper

1951 J Barkel

1941-45 WW II

1982 A Gresham

1952 K Pix

1946 K Enderby

1983 A Dight

1953 K Pix

1947 A Waterson

1984 L Peterson

1954 P Langham

1990 S Conran M Ecob

1948 A Waterson

1985 B Ogle

1955 B Radcliffe

1991 W Stewart

1949 P Heard

1986 P O’Malley

1956 H Berwick

1992 P Tataurangi

1950 H Hattersley

1987 R Picker

1957 J McCarthy

1993 C Jones

1951 K Pix

1988 R Willis

1958 N Bartell

1994 I Bradley

1952 K Pix

1989 R Dannock

1959 K Abrahamsen

1995 S Allan

1953 H Berwick

1990 S Conran

1960 P Langham

1954 K Pix

1991 L Parsons

1961 V Bulgin

1996 S Gardiner N Green B Jones

1955 H Berwick

1992 M Campbell

1962 K Donohoe

1997 B Jones

1956 R McCarthy

1993 M Ecob

1963 D Turner

1957 N Bartell

1994 D Bransdon

1964 A Gresham

1958 B Devlin

1995 B Jones

1965 P Headland

1998 M Thomson G Woolridge D Gleeson

1959 P Langham

1996 B Lamb

1966 D Turner

1999 A Partridge A Groom

1960 E Ball

1997 B MacDonald

1967 A Gresham

2000 J King

1961 P Billings

1998 D Mackay

1968 A Gresham

2001 E Porter

1962 K Donohoe

1999 C Campbell

1969 N Ratcliffe

1963 K Donohoe

2000 W Dews

1970 E Couper

2002 A Groom K Barnes

1964 B Baker

2001 R Payne

1971 N Ratcliffe

1965 V Bulgin

2002 R Swift

1972 A Gresham

1966 W Tobin

2003 C Moriarty

1973 P Wood

1967 S Brown

2004 G Flint

1974 A Gresham

1968 J Newton Jnr

2005 M Brown

1975 P Wood

1969 D Sharp

2006 W J Lee

1976 A Gresham

1970 A Gresham

2007 G Wolstenholme

1977 A Gresham

1971 H Berwick

2008 M Raseta

1978 A Gresham

1972 A Gresham

2009 M Smyth

1979 G Bush

1973 H Berwick

2010 J Higginbottom

1980 P Aickin

1975 P Wood 1976 C Kaye 1977 C Kaye

NSW Medal 1946 K Enderby 1947 K Enderby

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Tournaments & Events

1974 C Kaye

1987 C Longley 1988 G Power 1989 R Willis

2003 C Moriarty 2004 R. Gallichan 2005 G Wolstenholme 2006 W J Lee 2007 S Lewton 2008 R Blizard 2009 K Grant J Scrivener L Tighe 2010 M Williams

1981 C Lindsay

NSW Vardon Trophy

1982 G Power

1959 V Bulgin

1983 E Couper

1960 B Devlin

1984 R Picker B Lincoln

1961 P Billings T Crow

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NSW Honour Roll Championship Events cont. 1973 T Tanner J Grant

Tournaments & Events

1962 K Hartley

1999 M Smith

1987 S Conran

1963 K Donohoe

2000 S Gardiner

1988 W Stewart

1964 P Billings

2001 C Campbell

1989 L Parsons

1965 B Nairn

2002 A Groom

1990 L Parsons

1966 P Billings

2003 J Nitties

1991 W Stewart

1967 H Berwick

2004 A McKenzie

1992 A Byrnes

1968 A Gresham

2005 W J Lee

1993 G Rawson

1978 K Pepper R Sanderson

1969 A Gresham

2006 W J Lee

1994 P Sheehan

1979 R Woodbridge

1970 A Gresham

2007 R Blizard

1995 J King

1980 C Rhodes

1971 N Ratcliffe

2008 B Smith

1996 S Furneaux

1981 K Pepper

1972 A Gresham

2009 B Smith

1997 M Jones

1982 K Pepper

1998 B McIntosh

1983 K Pepper W Beazley

1973 A Gresham 1974 A Gresham 1975 A Gresham 1976 A Gresham 1977 A Gresham 1978 A Gresham 1979 A Gresham 1980 C Kaye

NSW Mid Amateur Vardon Trophy 2007 L Peterson 2008 P Blake 2009 L Peterson NSW Junior Vardon Trophy

1974 W Davidge 1975 J Grant 1976 P Heard 1977 P Heard

1999 J Nitties

1984 T Hall

2000 A Partridge

1985 D Sharp

2001 N Flanagan 2002 M Brown

1986 K Pepper K Hoyt

2003 J Reynolds

1987 H Whitford

2004 A Downton

1988 W Beazley

2005 E Chun

1989 T Wood 1990 T Wood

1981 A Gresham

1969 A Bosch

2006 M Gleeson

1982 A Gresham

1970 R Davis

2007 D Papadatos

1991 F Musgrave

1983 J Wagner

1971 R Davis

2008 D An

1992 T Wood

1984 G Power

1972 C Houghton

2009 D Papadatos

1993 T Wood

1985 B Ogle

1973 G Tozer

1986 R Picker

1974 M Andrews

1987 C Longley

1975 M Holland

1988 L Peterson

1976 C Bishop

1989 L Parsons

1977 I Hood

1990 L Parsons

1978 G Tozer

1991 L Parsons

1979 S Elkington

1992 M Ecob M Holland

1980 I Hore

1993 P Gow 1994 B MacDonald 1995 P Sheehan 1996 B Jones 1997 B Jones 1998 P Sheehan

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1981 J Wagner 1982 B Lincoln 1983 J Wagner 1984 B Ogle 1985 B Ogle 1986 P O’Malley

1994 K White NSW Senior Amateur Championship

1995 F Musgrave

1961 E Page

1996 A Gresham D Meredith

1962 J Johnston

1997 A Gresham

1963 J Barkel

1998 P Billings

1964 H Hattersley

1999 K White

1965 J Barkel

2000 A Gresham

1966 J Shepherd

2001 A Gresham B Lloyd

1967 T Tanner 1968 R Wolff 1969 D Weeks 1970 J Grant 1971 W Davidge 1972 J Grant

2002 J Malkus 2003 W Banks 2004 A Gresham 2005 B Sams 2006 J Malkus

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NSW Honour Roll Championship Events cont. 1950 Concord

1987 Pennant Hills

1964 Asquith

2008 W Banks A Gresham

1951 NSW

1988 Moore Park

1965 Monash

1952 St Michael’s

1989 New Brighton

1966 Cumberland

1953 NSW

1990 Killara

1967 Bexley

1954 Bonnie Doon

1991 Killara

1968 Marrickville

1955 NSW

1992 Killara

1969 Asquith

1956 St Michael’s

1993 Bonnie Doon

1970 Marrickville

2006 D Dale

1957 St Michael’s

1994 Bankstown

1971 Chatswood

2007 D Dale

1958 Bonnie Doon

1995 The Lakes

1972 Cromer

2008 S Albinski

1959 The Australian

1996 The Lakes

1973 Chatswood

2009 D Dale

1960 The Australian

1997 Pymble

1974 East Hills

1961 The Lakes

1998 Killara

1975 Gordon

1962 The Lakes

1999 The Lakes

1976 Gordon

1963 The Lakes

2000 Monash

1977 Monash

1964 Bonnie Doon

2001 Cronulla

1978 Eastlake

1965 The Lakes

2002 Liverpool

1979 Bexley

1966 Bankstown

2003 Fox Hills

1980 Beverley Park

1967 The Australian

2004 Castle Hill

1981 Beverley Park

1968 The Lakes

2005 Liverpool

1982 Long Reef

1969 NSW

2006 Cronulla

1983 Carnarvon

1970 St Michael’s

2007 The Australian

1984 Cumberland

1971 Pennant Hills

2008 Moore Park

1985 Bonnie Doon

1972 NSW

2009 Moore Park

1986 New Brighton

1973 St Michael’s

2010 St Michael’s

1987 New Brighton

2009 W Banks 2010 B Sams NSW Senior Order of Merit

NSW Par 3 Championship 2007 J Roach 2008 Not Played 2009 D Bringolf 2010 R Kato NSW HONOUR ROLL PENNANT SERIES Major Metropolitan Pennant 1930 Royal Sydney 1931 Manly 1932 Bonnie Doon 1933 Killara 1934 Royal Sydney 1935 NSW 1936 Bonnie Doon 1937 The Lakes 1938 Royal Sydney 1939 Ryde-Parramatta 1940-45 WW II 1946 NSW 1947 The Lakes 1948 NSW 1949 Concord

1974 Moore Park 1975 NSW 1976 Moore Park 1977 Bonnie Doon 1978 Pennant Hills 1979 Moore Park 1980 Pennant Hills 1981 Moore Park 1982 The Lakes 1983 NSW 1984 Bonnie Doon 1985 Castle Hill 1986 St Michael’s

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2007 W Banks

1988 Pymble Metropolitan Junior Pennant 1953 Bankstown 1954 Carnarvon 1955 Marrickville 1956 New Brighton 1957 Bankstown 1958 Ryde-Parramatta 1959 Ryde-Parramatta 1960 Beverley Park 1961 Cronulla 1962 Oatlands 1963 Monash

1989 New Brighton 1990 Cromer 1991 Bexley 1992 Ryde-Parramatta 1993 Carnarvon 1994 Bardwell Valley 1995 Windsor 1996 Carnarvon 1997 Carnarvon 1998 Cronulla 1999 Pymble 2000 Glenmore

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Tournaments & Events

2001 New Brighton

1978 St Michael’s

1950 K Johnston

2002 Bankstown

1979 Manly

1951 R Day

2003 Bankstown

1980 Ashlar

1952 J Powell

2004 Cronulla

1981 Strathfield

1953 S Robinson

2005 Campbelltown

1982 Cumberland

1954 S Robinson

2006 New Brighton

1983 The Lakes

1955 B Devlin

2007 North Ryde

1984 The Australian

1956 N Wade

2008 St Michaels

1985 Castle Hill

1957 B Devlin

2009 St Michaels

1986 The Lakes

1958 T Jones

2010 Bonnie Doon

1987 Castle Hill

1959 W Hughes

1988 Monash

1960 T Jones

1989 Orange

1961 W Wright

1990 Castle Hill

1962 H Wilson

1991 Kogarah

1963 G Focken

1992 The Lakes

1964 G Focken

1993 The Lakes

1965 H Wilson

1994 Port Kembla

1966 R Morisset

1995 The Lakes

1967 R Cooper

1996 Cumberland

1968 R Morisset

1999 D Calvert N Goodchild

1997 Bonnie Doon

1969 T Limon

2000 R Payne

1998 Cronulla

1970 R Hall

2001 P Campbell D Gleeson

1999 Castle Hill

1971 R Hall

2002 B Lockwood

2000 Cronulla

1972 G Power

2003 N Baker

2001 Cronulla 2002 Pymble

1973 B McIntosh G Tozer I Vidler

2004 Cronulla

1974 H Wilson

2006 M. Staines

2005 Cronulla

1975 B Bell

2007 N Schneider

2006 Bankstown

1976 G Power B Bell

2008 D Papadatos

Eric Apperly Shield 1952 St Michael’s 1953 St Michael’s 1954 St Michael’s 1955 Pymble 1956 The Lakes 1957 The Lakes 1958 Kogarah 1959 NSW 1960 The Australian 1961 Pymble 1962 Ryde-Parramatta 1963 Cronulla 1964 Moore Park 1965 Avondale 1966 The Lakes 1967 Bonnie Doon 1968 Pymble 1970 St Michael’s 1971 Muirfield 1972 Muirfield 1973 Moore Park

2007 The Lakes 2008 New South Wales 2009 New South Wales 2010 The Australian

1985 S Ford 1986 D Chivas 1987 R Boyd 1988 L Parsons 1989 L Parsons 1990 L Wade 1991 L Parsons 1992 B Jones 1993 G Nichols 1994 D Bransdon 1995 N Green 1996 S Gardiner N Green B Jones 1997 P Sheehan 1998 K Linde N Green

2004 A Simpson 2005 S Binns

2009 L Henwood

1977 G Moase 1978 G Power B Sams G MacLachlan

NSW Sand Greens Championship

1979 G MacLachlan

1979 D Harris

NSW Country Championship

1980 R Boyd

1980 B Baker

1974 Asquith

1981 L Allen

1981 R Day

1975 Asquith

1947 W Gerdes

1982 R Boyd

1982 R Day

1976 The Lakes

1948 A Daizell

1983 I Hore

1983 J Sheedy

1977 Castle Hill

1949 W Donoghoe

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1984 B Baker

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1966 B Burgess

1999 E Porter

1986 R Jones

2005 G Blacka & G Cheshire

1967 R O’Connor

2000 E Porter

1968 R Carlin

2001 N Flanagan

1969 L Wilton

2002 D H Kim

1970 D Spencer

2003 W J Lee

1971 R Davis

2004 A Downton

1972 A Bosch

2005 E Chun

T McDonald

2006 M Giles

1973 G Power

2007 M Davis

1974 M Gay

2008 L Humphries

1975 G Batman

2009 J Higginbottom

1987 R Day S Conran 1988 G Mills 1989 A Egea 1990 L Carracher 1991 R Day 1992 R Jones 1993 A Tharle 1994 D Kelly 1995 D Kelly 1996 J Blackman A Pillon 1997 P Welsford 1998 A Mann 1999 G Nicholls 2000 B Byrnes 2001 S Sotelo 2002 G Cheshire 2003 M Hooper 2004 W White 2005 M O’Brien N Park 2006 C Rochester G Reid 2007 T Stackman 2008 M Egan 2009 M Egan NSW Sand Green Fourball Championship 2001 G Blacka & G Cheshire G Willoughby & R Hindle 2002 G Blacka & G Cheshire 2003 S Cross & W Brennan

2006 C Dillon & G Reid 2007 K Goodwin & L Brennan 2008 M Egan & P Gilligan 2009 M Ryan & K McGuinness 2010 G  rant Harding & Graeme Chesire NSW Junior Championship

1976 R Lee T Blomfield

Tournaments & Events

1985 R Day D Hanbridge

1977 R Lee

NSW Junior Champion of Champions

1978 R Lee

1989 M Hensby

1979 P Wuoti

1990 D Kirwan 1991 A Weekes

1939 P Heard

1980 S Elkington J Rixon

1940-45 WW II

1981 G Wilson

1992 B MacDonald G Jackson

1946 J Stephen

1982 W Sharp G Fitton

1993 B Ferguson

1936 R Davies 1937 P Heard 1938 P Cambourn

1947 K Kirby 1948 W Duval 1949 J Robertson

1983 J Wagner 1984 B Ogle 1985 B Ogle

1994 W Dews 1995 W Hunt 1996 G Scott

1986 P O’Malley

1997 L Main R Hawkins

1952 B Crampton

1987 D Foskett V Owen

1998 S Hassett A Burge

1953 B Crampton

1988 M Batten

1999 E Porter

1954 B Ryan

1989 P Gow

2000 M Johnson

1955 B Ratcliffe

1990 P Gow

2001 R Blizard

1956 M Doherty

1991 C Weber G Cody

2002 B Watson

1950 G Dimmick 1951 R McKay

1957 B Devlin 1958 J Bennett 1959 P Billings

1992 B MacDonald 1993 M Smith

1960 P Billings

1994 T Berry B Penman

1961 V Bennetts

1995 C Baldwin

1962 W MacIntosh

1996 S Jones

1963 B Burgess

1997 M Jones B McIntosh

1964 V Bennetts 1965 V Bennetts

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2003 W J Lee 2004 C Hale 2005 D Morgan 2006 B Drewitt 2007 B Drewitt A Kempt 2008 B Byrne 2009 A Thompson

1998 B McIntosh

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NSW Honour Roll Championship Events cont.

Tournaments & Events

NSW Mid Amateur Championship

1963 P Langham & N Wade

1992 M Ecob & R Whitlock

2006 R Revai

1964 P Billings & B Nairn

2007 J Fearnley

1965 J Barras & J Bennett

1993 B MacDonald & D Vera

2008 L Peterson 2009 A Revai 2010 G Wall

1966 A Gresham & D Turner 1967 P Bennett & W Tobin

1936 (No Record)

S Egger & R Elkington 1994 I Bradley & S Moriarty 1995 M Arcus & M Ayers

NSW Family Bowl

1968 J Barras & J Bennett

1996 K Linde & B MacDonald

2008 M Bown & Mrs P Bown

1969 A Gresham & K Donohoe

1997 P Sheehan & N Green

2009 D Romanowski & J Romanowski

1970 W Tobin & P Wood

1998 B Jones & L Peterson

2010 Denis Cranfield & Adele Cranfield NSW HONOUR ROLL FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIPS NSW Foursomes Championships 1946 H Hattersley & A Waterson 1950 P Heard & J Barkel 1951 H Hattersley & A Waterson 1952 T Tanner & R McCarthy 1953 H Berwick & B Radcliffe 1954 M Behringer & R Jennings 1955 R McKay & B Warren

1971 B Cook & T Wood 1972 G Everett & C Kaye 1973 D Bromley & G Barwick 1974 B Cook & T Wood 1975 O Belcham & B Boyle 1976 C Kaye & G Everett 1977 B Cook & T Wood 1978 A Gresham & P Wood 1979 G Everett & C Kaye 1980 P Billings & B Nairn 1981 G Everett & C Kaye 1982 A Gresham & G Power 1983 P Johnston & R Richards 1984 W Gorton & G Gillard

1956 N Bartell & P Heard

1985 R Elkington & R Hall

1957 B Devlin & K Pickering

1986 L Peterson & G Power

1958 H Hattersley & A Waterson

1987 J Rixon & C Longley

1959 R McCarthy & B Warren

1988 C Hicks & J Wagner

1960 V Bulgin & R Dunn 1961 I Esdale & N Groth 1962 N Doherty & B Nairn 28

1989 R Dannock & L Parsons 1990 S Albinski & G Stanford 1991 R Elkington & P Gow

1937 A Waterson & Miss M Corry 1938 J Ferrier & Mrs Ferrier 1939 L Cohen & Mrs L Hore 1940-46 WW II 1947 R Burns & Mrs R Clements 1948 E Rigney & Miss N Kelly 1949 L Patterson & Miss P Borthwick

1999 A Groom & R Swift

1950 H Wolstenholme & Mrs R Clements

2000 A Bratz & M Thompson

1951 K Pix & Miss H Borthwick

2001 W Dews & E Porter

1952 J Curtis & Miss H Stockman

2002 A Groom & S Jones 2003 K Barnes & A McKenzie 2004 M Brown & J Nitties

1953 B Crampton & Miss J Abbott 1954 D Lofthouse & Mrs V King 1955 B Warren & Miss J Gillespie

2005 J Arnold & T Lambert 2006 M Giles & P Blake 2007 M Leich & M Y Liu 2008 B Smith & G Scott 2009 B Drewitt & P Wilson 2010 J Higginbottom & M Rasetta

1956 B Warren & Miss J Gillespie 1957 V Bulgin & Miss G Hughes 1958 K Pix & Miss P Borthwick 1959 L Carson & Mrs D Todman 1960 J Higson & Mrs L Giddings 1961 P Langham & Miss B Ross

NSW Mixed Foursomes Championship

1962 G Everett & Miss J Greenwood

1931 Dr & Mrs R Bettington

1963 G Everett & Miss J Greenwood

1932 Dr & Mrs R Bettington 1933 H Ashton & Miss D Ashton 1934 H Hattersley & Miss V Ebert 1935 A Waterson & Miss M Corryz

1964 D Sharp & Miss J Higinbotham 1965 J Mooney & Miss M Hickey 1966 V Bennetts & Miss C Blair

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NSW Honour Roll Championship Events cont. 1991 P Blake & Miss W Doolan

1962 D Hunter

1998 G Dick

1968 J Newton Jnr & Miss J Stephenson

1992 M Peterson & Miss S Smith

1963 R Bidiois

1999 J Roach

1964 J Watts

2000 J Nitties

1969 B Baker & Miss B Dalgleish

1993 B MacDonald & Miss K Murphy

1965 J Newton

2001 L Sturt

1970 P Wood & Miss J Stephenson

1994 J Squires & Mrs J Morgan

1966 J Newton

2002 R Bezuidenhout

1967 J Newton

2003 W J Lee

1971 N Wade & Mrs G Gannon

1995 R Elkington & Ms S Donohue

1968 L Wilton

2004 B Watkins

1996 N Green & Ms M Nelson

1969 R Davis

2005 J Rindfleish

1972 N Wade & Mrs G Gannon

1970 K Kellier

2006 D Papadatos

1973 E Couper & Miss J Miles

2005 E Chun & Miss S Oh

1971 M Gay

2007 A Peade 2008 D An

1974 N Wade & Mrs G Gannon

2006 D An & Miss S Oh

1972 M Gay N Ratcliffe 1973 G Tozer

2010 M Marr

1975 B Baker & Miss C Blair 1976 B Baker & Miss C Blair 1977 P Wood & Mrs H Bleeck 1978 A Gresham & Miss E Kennedy 1979 A Gresham & Miss E Kennedy 1980 B Baker & Miss C Blair 1981 C Longley & Miss K Lunn 1982 B Lincoln & Miss L Oxley M Ford & Miss E Maxwell 1983 B Baker & Miss C Blair 1984 B Doolan & Miss P Whant 1985 G Power & Miss E Kennedy

2007 G Scott & Ms G Dooley 2008 L Henwood & Ms G Dooley 2009 M Stieger & Ms A Watkinson B Drewitt & Ms T Moore 2010 M Stieger & A Watkinson

NSW Schoolboys Championship

1975 R Toovey 1976 C South 1977 N Jones 1978 G Thurstan 1979 S Elkington 1980 R Willis 1982 D Ecob 1983 P Sliwinski 1984 A Bruyns 1985 S Davis

1948 J Moran

1986 M Etherington

1949 T Fowler

1987 D Maiden D Griffin

1950 A Mercer 1951 B Crampton 1952 B Warwick 1953 P King

1988 P Hopgood 1989 Not Played 1990 J Foss

1954 A Ryan

1991 D Beer G Green

1955 K Donohoe

1992 D Train

1956 B Bosley

1993 M Smith

1988 D Laurie & Miss N Lowien

1957 P Davis

1994 T Berry B Penman

1989 C Hicks & Miss T Hale

1959 M Downie

1990 M Bryant & Mrs L Cavill

1960 M Downie

1986 P Billings & Mrs H Bleeck 1987 G Power & Miss E Kennedy

1958 G Focken

1961 B McIntosh

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2009 D Papadatos

1974 G Tozer

1981 D Kerry NSW HONOUR ROLL OTHER EVENTS

Tournaments & Events

1967 V Bennetts & Miss C Blair

1995 C Baldwin

NSW Mixed Fourball Championship 1993 J Ward & Ms J Robson 1994 C Holland & Miss K Arnold 1995 A File & Mrs K File 1996 W Wicks & Mrs K Wicks 1997 B Brown & Ms C George 1998 T Whitfield & Mrs J Whitfield 1999 T Stockwell & Ms J Lidgard 2000 R Alexander & Miss C Brew 2001 J Noonan & Miss V Wise 2002 A Miller & Miss R Conroy 2003 B Lancken & Mrs J Lancken 2004 G  Yule & Ms L Crum 2005 P Britt & Ms M Smith

1996 S Jones

2006 N Popovic & Ms M Harris

1997 M Jones B McIntosh

2007 N  Webber & Mrs J Webber 29


NSW Honour Roll Championship Events cont.

Tournaments & Events

2008 M Lewry & Ms D Morgan

1952 Randwick

1990 Bardwell Valley

1972 The Coast

2009 M Parker & Mrs C Parker

1953 Castlecove

1991 Bardwell Valley

1973 The Coast

1954 Asquith

1992 Palm Beach

1974 Fox Hills

1955 Marrickville

1993 Botany

1975 Bondi

1956 Marrickville

1994 Lane Cove

1976 Lane Cove

1957 Marrickville

1995 Muirfield

1977 Bondi

1958 Asquith

1996 Cabramatta

1978 Bondi

1959 Beverley Park

1997 Eastlake

1979 Parramatta

1960 Fox Hills

1998 Fox Hills

1980 Rosnay

1961 Liverpool

1999 Kareela

1981 Botany

1962 Marrickville

2000 Kareela

1982 Botany

1963 Marrickville

2001 Botany

1983 Parramatta

1998 P Seaton & M Savage

1964 Liverpool

2002 Parramatta

1984 Parramatta

1965 Muirfield

2003 Rosnay

1985 Randwick

1999 P Chesterton & A Sadler

1966 Marrickville

2004 The Coast

1986 Parramatta

2000 K Sargeant & D Padmore

1967 Woollahra

2005 Rosnay

1987 Rosany

1968 Marrickville

2006 Rosnay

1988 Parramatta

1969 Botany

2007 The Coast

1989 The Coast

1970 Woollahra

2008 Cumberland

1991 The Coast

1971 Marrickville

2009 Eastlake

1992 Botany

NSW Men’s Fourball Championship 1993 J Ebsworth & L Meredith 1994 R Marlow & G Marlow 1995 N Thurston & G Thurston 1996 J Romonowski & J Sutherland 1997 S McKenna & W McKenna

2001 M Hatton & R Storey 2002 C Holland & D Ford 2003 S Hogan & N Scully 2004 W Owen & D Hutchens

1972 Marrickville 1973 The Coast 1974 Parramatta

2005 J Harris & B Miller

1975 Randwick

2006 B Redden & J Dawson

1976 Lane Cove

2007 T Clark & N de With 2008 B Bradford & J Rowland 2009 D Monch & P Rae

1977 Lane Cove 1978 Marrickville 1979 Marrickville 1980 Marrickville 1981 Rosnay

EA Buttenshaw Shield

1982 Rosnay

2010 Campbelltown

1983 Orange 1984 The Coast

TL Warren Trophy 1949 Warringah 1950 Bayview 1951 Warringah

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1985 Randwick 1986 Botany 1987 Bardwell Valley 1988 The Coast 1989 Botany

1993 Kareela W Gibson Trophy 1957 Liverpool 1958 Liverpool 1959 Asquith 1960 Liverpool 1961 Liverpool 1962 Botany 1963 Bondi 1964 Woollahra 1965 Muirfield 1966 Asquith 1967 Parramatta 1968 Asquith 1969 The Coast 1970 Asquith 1971 The Coast

1994 The Coast 1995 Bayview 1996 Eastlake 1997 Liverpool 1998 Ashlar 1999 Kareela 2000 Parramatta 2001 Kellyville 2002 Glenmore 2003 Parramatta 2004 The Coast 2005 The Coast 2006 The Coast 2007 Richmond 2008 Liverpool 2009 Cumberland

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Golf NSW Limited Directors’ Report The directors present their report together with the financial report of Golf NSW Limited (“the Association”) for the financial year ended 31 December 2009 and the auditor’s report thereon.

Directors The directors of the Association at any time during the financial year and the number of directors’ meetings attended by each of the directors of the Association during the financial year are: Name

Age

C Allen

64

D A Coulton

Occupation

Attended

Appointed

Retired

5

5

2007

61

Engineering Technical Officer

5

4

2006

S C Cox

38

Self Employed

5

4

2002

I W Fraser

64

Senior Hospital Scientist

5

5

2004

F S Gal

62

Retired

5

5

2004

R C Griffiths

67

Retired

5

5

2009

A R Harrison

49

Manager

5

5

2005

H E James

76

Retired

5

4

1999

B A Nairn

75

Retired

5

4

2007

P C Thomas

60

Business Manager

2

0

2009*

J B Waanders

62

Chemical Engineer

5

4

2004

D Watts

60

Insurance Consultant

5

5

2005

J D Miller

64

Primary Producer

3

3

2010*

* J D Miller was elected to the Board on 27 April 2010 * P C Thomas resigned from the Board on 27 April 2010 All directors are experienced golf administrators.

Principal Activities The principal activities of the Association during the course of the financial year were the promotion of the efficiency, progress, general control and development of the game of golf in New South Wales.

Results of Operations The net operating profit / (loss) for the financial year was ($216,443) (2009: $1,157,261). Due to the corporate structure of the NSW Golf Foundation there is a legal requirement for the accounts of the Foundation to be consolidated with the Association. Prior to consolidation the net operating profit of the Golf NSW was $170,874 (2009: $480,113). The NSW Golf Foundation recorded a loss of $387,317 (2009: $677,148)

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Financial Statements

Held


Golf NSW Limited Directors’ Report cont. Changes in State of Affairs

No significant changes in the state of affairs of the company occurred during the financial year except for: Amalgamation: As at 1 July 2010, the Association has merged with Women’s Golf New South Wales.

Events Subsequent to Reporting Date

There has not arisen during the interval between the end of the financial year and the date of this report any item, transaction or event of a material and unusual nature likely, in the opinion of the directors of the Association, to affect significantly the operations of the Association, the results of those operations, or the state of affairs of the Association in future financial years.

Likely Developments Financial Statements

Information about likely developments in the operations of the Association and the expected results of those operations in future financial years has not been included in this report because disclosure of the information would be likely to result in unreasonable prejudice to the Association.

Indemnification and Insurance of Officers and Auditors: Insurance Premiums

Since the end of the previous financial year, the Association maintained an insurance policy in respect of directors’ and officers’ liability insurance contracts, for current and former directors and officers of the Association. The insurance policies do not contain details of the premiums paid in respect of individual directors or officers of the Association.

Indemnification

The insurer will pay on behalf of the directors and officers any loss which the directors and officers may not be legally indemnified by the Association arising out of any claim, by reason of any wrongful act committed by them in their capacity as director of officer, first made against them jointly or severally during the period of insurance and notified to the insurer during the indemnity period. The insurer will pay on behalf of the Association any payment which it is legally permitted to make arising out of any claim, by reason of any wrongful act, committed by any director of officer in their capacity as a director or officer, first made against the director of officer during the period of insurance and notified during the indemnity period. By order of Golf NSW Limited: John Waanders Director Date 6th October 2010

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Golf NSW Limited Balance Sheet for the period ended 30 June 2010 Note

30-Jun-10

31-Dec-09

$

$

Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents

5

5,236,152

2,955,862

Trade and other receivables

6

140,840

175,429

Inventories

7

2,914

13,702

4,589

706,797

5,384,495

3,851,790

3,249,287

3,307,708

Total Non-Current Assets

3,249,287

3,307,708

TOTAL ASSETS

8,633,782

7,159,498

Prepayments Total Current Assets Non-Current Assets Plant and equipment

8

Trade and other payables

9

324,393

391,083

Deferred income

10

1,861,336

88,537

Employee benefits

11

99,217

09,941

2,284,946

589,561

9,798

14,456

9,798

14,456

TOTAL LIABILITIES

2,294,744

604,017

NET ASSETS

6,339,038

6,555,481

Total Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Employee benefits

11

Total Non-Current Liabilities

EQUITY Retained profits

12

4,517,735

4,346,861

Reserves - Golf Foundation

13

1,821,303

2,208,620

6,339,038

6,555,481

TOTAL EQUITY

The notes on pages 36 to 43 Are an integral part of these financial statements.

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Financial Statements

Current Liabilities


Golf NSW Limited Income Statement for the year ended 30 June 2010 Note

30-Jun-10

31-Dec-09

$

$

Revenue Affiliation Fees

4

1,826,536

3,760,375

Other Revenue

4

339,111

1,830,775

2,165,647

5,591,150

Employee Expenses

(518,237)

(1,091,371)

Depreciation Expense

(104,216)

(202,659)

(87,889)

(326,594)

-

(18,344)

(687,090)

(1,034,330)

(60,074)

(130,789)

-

(219,928)

(436,586)

(572,887)

(48,636)

(108,636)

(439,362)

(728,351)

(2,382,090)

(4,433,889)

(216,443)

1,157,261

-

-

(216,443)

1,157,261

Total Revenue Expenses

Coaching and Development Consulting Expenses Golf Australia Fees

Financial Statements

Tournament Expenses - General - NSW Open NSW Golf Foundation Expenses Jack Newton Junior Golf Foundation Grant Other expenses from ordinary activities Total expenses Profit/(Loss) Before income tax Income tax expense Net Profit/(Loss) attributable to members

Income Statement for the year ended 30 June 2010 Retained Profits Balance at start of period

4,346,861

3,866,748

Profit/(Loss) for the period

(216,443)

1,157,261

Total for the period

4,130,418

5,024,009

387,317

(677,148)

4,517,735

4,346,861

Balance at start of period

2,208,620

1,531,472

Transfers from/(to) Retained Earnings

(387,317)

677,148

Balance at end of period

1,821,303

2,208,620

Total Equity

6,339,038

6,555,481

Transfer from/(to) NSW Golf Foundation reserve Balance at end of period Reserves - Golf Foundation

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Golf NSW Limited Statement of Cash Flows for the year ended 30 June 2010 Note

30-Jun-10

31-Dec-09

$

$

Receipts in the course of operations

3,973,035

6,061,316

Payments in the course of operations

(1,661,467)

(5,038,010)

44,310

63,398

2,355,878

1,086,704

-

4,000

(75,588)

(138,654)

Net cash used in investing activities

(75,588)

(134,654)

Cash flows from financing activates

-

-

Net cash used in financing activities

-

-

Net increase/(decrease) in cash and cash equivalents

2,280,290

952,050

Cash and cash equivalents at 1 January

2,955,862

2,003,812

5,236,152

2,955,862

Cash flows from operating activities

Interest received Net cash from operating activities

14(b)

Cash flows from investing activities Proceeds from sale of plant & equipment Acquisition of property, plant & equipment

5

The notes on pages 36 to 43 Are an integral part of these financial statements.

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Financial Statements

Cash and cash equivalents at 30 June


Golf NSW Limited Notes to the Financial Statements for the year ended 30 June 2010 Note 1: Reporting Entity Golf NSW Limited is a public company limited by guarantee domiciled in Australia. The address of the Association’s registered office is 50 Princes Highway, Arncliffe, NSW 2000. The financial report was authorised for issue by the Association’s Board of Directors on 28 September 2010. Note 2: Basis of Preparation (a) Statement of Compliance The financial report is a general purpose financial report that has been prepared in accordance with Australian equivalents to International Financial Reporting Standards (AIFRS), Urgent Issues Group Interpretations, other authoritative pronouncements of the Australian Accounting Standards Board and the Corporations Act 2001.

Financial Statements

The financial report of Golf NSW Limited complies with all Australian equivalents to International Financial Reporting Standards (AIFRS) in their entirety. The following is a summary of the material accounting policies adopted by the Association in the preparation of the financial report. The accounting policies have been consistently applied, unless otherwise stated. (b) Basis of Measurement The financial report has been prepared on an accruals basis and is based on historical cost. Note 3: Significant Accounting Policies (a) Income Tax The association has been granted exemption from income tax under the provisions of Section 50-45 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. The financial statements have been prepared on the basis of this exemption. (b) Plant and Equipment Plant and equipment are measured on the cost basis less depreciation and impairment losses. The carrying amount of plant and equipment is reviewed annually by directors to ensure it is not in excess of the recoverable amount from these assets. The recoverable amount is assessed on the basis of the expected net cash flows that will be received from the assets employment and subsequent disposal. The expected net cash flows have been discounted to their present values in determining recoverable amounts. The cost of fixed assets constructed within the association includes the cost of materials, direct labour, borrowing costs and an appropriate proportion of fixed and variable overheads. 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 association and the cost of the item can be measured reliably. All other repairs and maintenance are charged to the income statement during the financial period in which they incurred.  Increases in the carrying amount arising on revaluation of land and buildings are credited to a revaluation reserve in shareholders’ equity. Decreases that offset previous increases of the same asset are charged against fair value reserves directly in equity; all other decreases are charged to the income statement. Each year the difference between depreciation based on the revalued carrying amount of the asset charged to the income statement and depreciation based on the assets original cost is transferred from the revaluation reserve to retained earnings.

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Golf NSW Limited Notes to the Financial Statements cont. Depreciation The depreciable amount of all fixed assets including building and capitalised lease assets, but excluding freehold land, is depreciated on a straight line basis over their useful lives 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

50 years

Furniture and equipment

3 -10 years

Motor Vehicles

4 years

Depreciation methods, useful lives and residual values are reassessed at the reporting date.

(d) Impairment of Assets At each reporting date, the company reviews the carrying values of its tangible and intangible assets to determine whether there is any indication that those assets have been impaired. If such an indication exists, the recoverable amount of the asset, being the higher of the asset’s fair value less costs to sell and value in use, is compared to the assets carrying value. Any excess of the asset’s carrying value over its recoverable amount is expenses to the income statement. 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. (e) Employee Benefits  Provision is made for the company’s liability for employee benefits arising from services rendered by employees to balance date. 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, plus related on costs. 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. (f) 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. (g) Revenue Operating Revenue  Operating Revenue represents revenue earned through affiliation fees and is recognised when the fees become receivable. Goods Sold Revenue from the sale of goods is measured at the fair value of the consideration received or receivable. Revenue is recognised when the significant risks and rewards of ownership have been transferred to the buyer. Other Revenue Other revenue includes sponsorship income, interest income, Golf Access Australia fees and and government grants, which is recognised on the basis of the fair value of consideration received.

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Financial Statements

(c) Inventories Inventories are measured at the lower of cost and net realisable value. The cost of inventories is based on the average cost principle, and includes expenditure incurred in acquiring the inventories and bringing them to their existing location and condition. Net realisable value is the estimated selling price in the ordinary course of business, less selling expenses.


Golf NSW Limited Notes to the Financial Statements cont. Government Grants  Government grants are recognised initially as deferred income when there is reasonable assurance that it will be received and that the Association will comply with the conditions associated with the grant. Grants that compensate the Association for expenses incurred are recognised as revenue in profit or loss on a systematic basis in the same periods in which the expenses are recognised. Grants that compensate the association for the cost of an asset are recognised in profit or loss as other income on a systematic basis over the useful life of the asset. (h) Deferred Income  Deferred Income relates to funds received in advance. The carrying value of deferred income approximates net fair value (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. In these circumstances, the GST is recognised as part of the cost of acquisition of the asset or as part of an item of the expense. Receivables and payables in the balance sheet are shown inclusive of GST. Cash flows are presented in the cash flow statement on a gross basis, except for the GST component of investing and financing activities, which are disclosed as operating cash flows.

Financial Statements

(j) New South Wales Golf Foundation  The New South Wales Golf Foundation (“the Foundation”) was formed pursuant to a charter in 2001 as a joint initiative of the Association and Women’s Golf NSW, and was legally structured as part of the Association for administrative purposes. The Foundation is controlled by a separate Board of Governors appointed by the Association. The results and financial position of the Foundation have been reported within the Association. The total revenue and expenses of the Foundation are included in the Income Statement, and its assets and liabilities are included in the Balance Sheet. 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. (k) Segment Reporting The Association administers and promotes the game of golf within NSW, Australia (l) Liability Guarantee  Golf NSW Limited is a public company limited by guarantee. The amount of liability guaranteed which may be incurred only in the event of and for the purpose of winding up of the Association is $232 as at 30 June 2010 (2009:$234) by virtue of the Association’s Constitution

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Golf NSW Limited Notes to the Financial Statements cont. 30-Jun-10

31-Dec-09

$

$

1,826,536

3,760,375

201,095

241,469

-

228,000

44,310

63,398

-

20,950

NSW Government Grant

15,000

30,000

Sundry Income

29,439

22,727

NSW Golf Foundation - external revenue

49,267

1,224,231

339,111

1,830,775

2,165,647

5,591,150

1,000

1,000

Cash at bank or on deposit

3,353,376

730,966

Cash at bank or on deposit - NSW Golf Foundation

1,881,776

2,223,896

5,236,152

2,955,862

140,840

122,323

-

53,106

140,840

175,429

140,840

175,429

Note 4: Revenue Operating revenue: Affiliation fees from operating activities Other revenue: Sponsorship - General & Tournament income - NSW Open Interest Received NSW Golf Access Australia Fees

Total Revenue Note 5: Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash on hand

The weighted average interest rate on cash assets as at 30 June 2010 is 3.95% (2009: 5.00%) Note 6: Trade and other Receivables Trade receivables GST refund due Trade receivables

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Financial Statements

Total other revenues


Golf NSW Limited Notes to the Financial Statements cont. 30-Jun-10 $

31-Dec-09 $

Note 7: Inventories Finished goods

2,914

13,702

Note 8: Property, Plant and Equipment Land $

Building $

Furniture & Equipment $

Motor Vehicles $

Total $

1,200,000

1,704,544

1,385,066

152,910

4,442,520

Additions

-

-

99,200

39,453

138,653

Disposals

-

-

-

(43,818)

(43,818)

1,200,000

1,704,544

1,484,266

148,545

4,537,355

1,200,000

1,704,544

1,484,266

148,545

4,537,355

Additions

-

-

15,416

60,172

75,588

Disposals

-

-

(5,001)

(71,744)

(76,745)

1,200,000

1,704,544

1,494,681

136,973

4,612,943

Balance at 1 January 2009

-

198,864

797,735

64,000

1,060,599

Depreciation for the year

-

34,091

132,458

36,110

202,659

Disposals

-

-

-

(33,611)

(33,611)

Balance at 31 December 2009

-

232,955

930,193

66,499

1,229,647

Balance at 1 January 2010

-

232,955

930,193

66,499

1,229,647

Depreciation for the year

-

17,045

65,316

21,855

104,216

Disposals

-

-

(5,002)

(41,950)

(46,952)

Balance at 30 June 2010

-

250,000

990,507

46,404

1,286,911

At 1 January 2009

1,200,000

1,505,680

587,331

88,910

3,381,921

At 31 December 2009

1,200,000

1,471,589

554,073

82,046

3,307,708

At 1 January 2010

1,200,000

1,471,589

554,073

82,046

3,307,708

At 30 June 2010

1,200,000

1,454,544

504,174

90,569

3,249,287

Cost Balance at 1 January 2009

Balance at 31 December 2009

Financial Statements

Balance at 1 January 2010

Balance at 30 June 2010 Depreciation and impairment losses

Carrying amounts

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Golf NSW Limited Notes to the Financial Statements cont. 30-Jun-10

31-Dec-09

$

$

316,660

361,042

7,733

30,041

324,393

391,083

1,861,336

88,537

Provision for annual leave

66,836

76,587

Provision for long service leave

32,381

33,354

99,217

109,941

9,798

14,456

11

11

Retained earnings at the beginning of the year

4,346,861

3,866,748

Net profit/(loss)

(216,443)

1,157,261

387,317

(677,148)

4,517,735

4,346,861

2,208,620

2,208,620

2,208,620

1,531,472

387,317)

677,148

1,821,303

2,208,620

Note 9: Trade and Other Payables Trade payables and accruals Other trade payables

Note 10: Deferred Income Deferred income Note 11: Employee Benefits Current

Provision for long service leave Number of employees Number of employees at year end Note 12: etained Earnings

Transfer to NSW Golf Foundation reserve Retained earnings at the end of the year Note 13: Reserves - Golf Foundation NSW Golf Foundation reserve Opening balance Transfer from retained earnings Closing Balance

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Financial Statements

Non-Current


Golf NSW Limited Notes to the Financial Statements cont. 30-Jun-10

31-Dec-09

$

$

Note 14: Reconciliation of Cash Flows from Operating Activities (a)

Reconciliation of Cash Cash at the end of the financial year as shown in statements of cash flows is reconciled to the related items in the balance sheet as follows: Cash on hand Cash at Bank

(b)

1,000

1,000

5,235,152

2,954,862

5,236,152

2,955,862

Reconciliation of cash flow from operations with loss from ordinary activities after income tax Profit/(loss) from ordinary activities

Financial Statements

(216,443)

1,157,261

104,216

202,660

3,805

6,207

(Increase)/decrease in receivables

34,589

(34,121)

(Increase)/decrease in inventories

10,788

(6,994)

(Increase)/decrease in prepayments

702,208

(465,557)

(Increase)/decrease in other assets

26,008

(37,724)

(66,690)

201,440

1,772,779

49,269

(15,382)

14,263

2,355,878

1,086,704

-

-

Non-cash flows in profit from ordinary activities: Depreciation Loss on disposal of fixed assets Changes in assets and liabilities

Increase/(decrease) in payables Increase/(decrease) in deferred income Increase/(decrease) in employee entitlements Net cash flows from operating activities Note 15: Directors’ Remuneration Total income paid or payable, or otherwise made available to all directors of the Association from the Association or any related party. Note 16: Related Parties

Key Management personnel compensation included in Employee Expenses in the income Statement is as follows: Short term employee benefits Post-employment benefits

126,346

310,200

11,371

27,918

137,717

338,118

The key management personnel of the association include the Board of Directors. The Directors do not receive any remuneration from the Association (refer Note 15)

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Golf NSW Limited Notes to the Financial Statements cont. Directors The names of each person holding the position of director of Golf NSW Limited during the financial year were: C Allen

A R Harrison

J D Miller

H E James

D A Coulton

B A Nairn

S C Cox

P C Thomas

I W Fraser

J B Waanders

F S Gal

D Watts

R C Griffiths A number of directors are affiliated to member clubs. The terms and conditions of these clubs’ membership of the Association are in accordance with the general terms for member clubs.

30-Jun-10 $

31-Dec-09 $

Note 17: Auditors Remuneration Bell Partners Audit of financial report Other services

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10,000

17,000

-

2,550

10,000

19,550

43

Financial Statements

Since the end of the previous financial year, no director has received or become entitled to receive a benefit by reason of a contract made by the Association or a related corporation with the director or with a firm of which he is a member, or with an Association in which he has a substantial financial interest.


Golf NSW Limited Directors Declaration In the opinion of the directors of Golf NSW Limited: (a) the financial statements and notes, set out on pages 33 - 43, are in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001, including:

(i) g  iving a true and fair view of the financial position of the Company as at 30 June 2010 and of its performance, as represented by the results of its operations and their cash flows, for the year ended on that date; and

(ii) complying with Australia Accounting Standards and the Corporations Regulations 2001; and

(b) there are reasonable grounds to believe that the Company will be able to pay its debts as and when they become due and payable. Signed in accordance with a resolution of the directors:

John Waanders Director Date 6th October 2010

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Golf NSW Limited Independent Audit Report To the members of NSW Golf Association Limited.

Scope We have audited the financial report of Golf NSW Limited (the “Company”) for the interim financial year ended 30 June 2010, including the Income Statement, Statement of Recognised Income and Expenses, Balance Sheet, Statement of Changes in Equity, Statement of Cash Flows, Notes to and Forming Part of the Financial Statements and the Statement by Directors. The directors of the Company are responsible for the true and fair presentation of the financial report in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001.

The audit opinion expressed in this report has been formed on the above basis.

Audit Opinion In our opinion, the financial report of Golf NSW Limited is properly drawn up:

a) so as to give a true and fair view of the Company’s financial position as at 30 June 2010 and of its performance for the interim financial year ended on that date:

b) in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001:

c) in accordance with applicable Accounting Standards and other mandatory professional reporting requirements.

Auditor Independence In accordance with the requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 and ethical pronouncements of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, we herewith confirm our independence in relation to our duties to the members of the Company. The declaration set out in the directors’ report would be in the same terms if it had been given by the relevant directors at the time that this audit report was made.

D.F.BELL Dated this 6th October, 2010

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Financial Statements

We have conducted an independent audit of the financial statements in order to express an opinion on them to the members of the Company. Our audit has been conducted in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards to provide reasonable assurance whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. Our procedures included examination, on a test basis, of evidence supporting the amounts and other disclosures in the financial statements, and the evaluation of accounting policies and significant accounting estimates. These procedures have been undertaken to form an opinion whether, in all material respects, the financial statements are presented fairly in accordance with Accounting Standards, other mandatory professional reporting requirements and statutory requirements so as to present a view which is consistent with our understanding of the Company’s financial position and of its performance as represented by the results of its operations and cash flows.


Golf NSW Limited Detailed Statement of Income and Expenditure for the year ended 30 June 2010 30-Jun-10 $

Financial Statements

Expenditure Administration Audit Fees Bank Charges & Card Fees Clothing - Promotional Coaching & Development Computer Committees & Council expenses Consulting Expenses Country Expenses - Delegates Course Rating Expenses Depreciation Electricity Fringe Benefits Tax Golf Australia Insurance Interstate Teams JNJGF Grant Legal and Industrial Expenses Loss on disposal of fixed assets Merchandise expenses Motor Vehicle Expenses NSW Golf Foundation Grant NSW Institute of Sport Payroll Tax Postage Printing & Stationery Provision for Employee Entitlements Public Relations & Entertainment Rates & Taxes Repairs & Maintenance Rules Seminars Salaries & Wages Superannuation Telephones Tournament Expenses - General - NSW Open Travelling Expense NSW Golf Foundation: - Current year external expenses - Elimination of internal expenses Total Expenditure Total Income Profit/(Loss) for Year

46

42,624 10,000 1,723 204 87,889 18,773 -

31-Dec-09 $

12,031

80,543 19,550 4,034 520 326,594 40,351 18,344 56,865 7,927 202,659 13,666 13,248 1,034,330 61,839 95,155 108,636 42,246 6,207 50,279 25,804 45,000 26,812 27,381 52,262 30,150 25,839 7,733 17,466 12,492 935,538 85,623 19,989 130,789 219,928 41,007

436,586 2,382,090 2,165,647 (216,443)

572,887 (25,804) 4,433,889 5,591,150 1,157,261

27,880 35,798 104,216 10,252 13,788 687,090 22,786 11,941 48,636 58,950 3,805 12,615 16,409 12,636 22,500 12,978 13,177 54,842 (6,219) 26,388 9,614 5,458 453,291 44,399 8,956 60,074

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Golf NSW Limited Detailed Statement of Income and Expenditure for the year ended 30 June 2010 30-Jun-10

31-Dec-09

$

$

1,826,536

3,760,375

Interest

44,310

63,398

NSW Government Grant

15,000

30,000

2,758

4,452

-

20,950

18,981

-

7,700

18,275

201,095

241,469

-

228,000

49,267

1,250,035

-

(25,804)

2,165,647

5,591,150

Income Affiliation Fees

Sundry Income Golf Access Australia - Members Fees Merchandise Income Rules Seminars Sponsorship - General - NSW Open - Current year revenue - Elimination of internal revenue Total Income

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Financial Statements

NSW Golf Foundation:


New South Wales Golf Foundation Chairman’s Report The NSW Golf Foundation continued to grow through the first half of 2010.

On the giving side, the Foundation once again approved a number of grant applications, those being:-

John and Jill Kinghorn’s commitment to the game of golf and unquestionable support of Jack Newton Junior Golf’s programs is a tribute to two marvellous human beings. The opportunities their benevolence has provided to Peter van Wegen and his team is really starting to make that point of difference. The exciting plans referred to in the previous report are now coming to fruition and it will be no surprise to see other states wanting to get involved in the programs that have been created. The NSW Golf Foundation is obviously honoured to facilitate the process between the Kinghorn Foundation, the Australian Sports Foundation and Jack New Junior Golf.

Manildra Golf Club

$4,000

West Wyalong S&C Sports Club

$1,000

Grenfell Country Club

$2,500

Ray McGuiness (Represent Australia in 8th World Deaf Golf Championships)

$1,500

Dunedoo Lady Golfers (laptop)

$1,000

Portland Golf Associates (laptop)

$1,000

Parkes Golf Club (laptop)

$1,000

The annual Ladies Committee Day was professionally delivered yet again under Jane Buckley’s guidance along with her team of willing and capable volunteers. We thank Jane and each of the ladies who committed their time to make the event happen and we very much appreciate their involvement. This time Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club played host and their input also contributed to the success of the day. We must additionally express our sincere thanks to all those Committee Ladies who played and participated in the other activities that ultimately produced a very pleasing result where in excess of $8,000 was raised.

Each recipient expressed their gratitude for the financial assistance provided by the Foundation which is gratifying to say the least. To the Foundation’s Board of Governors, I take this opportunity to thank each of them for their ongoing support and commitment. I would also like to thank the Boards of both NSWGA and WGNSW for their effort and backing over the last six months, and we now look forward to continuing our work under the Golf NSW Banner. Chris Allen for Richard Hattersley

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New South Wales Golf Foundation Income Statement for the year ended 30 June 2010* 2010

2009

$

$

Income Donations

-

-

Grant - NSW Golf Association

-

25,804

Grant - Australian Sports Foundation

-

1,134,924

Function income

-

16,226

49,267

73,081

49,267

1,250,035

216

491

Bank charges & card fees

-

142

Function expenses

-

3,614

Grants

436,368

568,640

Total expenditure

436,584

572,887

(387,317)

677,148

2010

2009

$

$

Cash assets

1,881,777

2,223,896

Receivables

-

14,449

Total assets

1,881,777

2,238,345

Payables

60,474

29,725

Total liabilities

60,474

29,725

1,821,303

2,208,620

Retained surplus at the beginning of the year

2,208,620

1,531,472

Surplus for the year

(387,317)

677,148

1,821,303

2,208,620

Interest Total income Expenditure Administration

NET SURPLUS for the period

Balance Sheet as at 30 June 2010* Current Assets

NET ASSETS Accumulated Funds

TOTAL ACCUMULATED FUNDS ( * Audited by Bell Partners as part of the audit of Golf NSW Limited )

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NSW Golf Foundation

Current Liabilities


Golf NSW Limited Metropolitan Affilated Club Membership Club

Adult

Junior

Antill Park Golf Club

436

42

Ashlar Golf Club

754

Asquith Golf Club

Adult

Junior

Hurstville Golf Club

278

33

28

Kareela Golf Club

595

39

717

41

Killara Golf Club

727

32

Avondale Golf Club

727

34

Kogarah Golf Club

602

25

Balgowlah Golf Club

286

50

Lane Cove Country Club

123

2

Bankstown Golf Club

605

20

Leonay Golf Club

530

43

Bardwell Valley Golf Club

414

30

Liverpool Golf Club

536

38

Barnwell Park Golf Club

296

7

Long Reef Golf Club

637

37

Bayview Golf Club

650

66

Lynwood Country Club

538

71

Beverley Park Golf Club

837

32

Macquarie Links Int. Golf Club

385

19

Bexley Golf Club

529

45

Manly Golf Club

892

34

Bondi Golf and Diggers Club

187

5

Marrickville Golf Club

364

27

1102

48

Massey Park Golf Club

571

17

Botany Golf Club

210

12

Mona Vale Golf Club

840

31

Cabramatta Golf Club

653

45

Monash Country Club

920

29

Camden Golf Club

485

40

Moore Park Golf Club

550

28

Muirfield Golf Club

823

99

New Brighton Golf Club

485

22

New South Wales Golf Club

889

8

Bonnie Doon Golf Club

Camden Lakeside Country Club

40

Club

Membership/Sponsorship

Camden Valley Golf Resort

652

20

Cammeray Golf Club

318

8

Campbelltown Golf Club

493

35

North Ryde Golf Club

801

45

Carnarvon Golf Club

777

45

Northbridge Golf Club

638

253

Castle Hill Country Club

1039

37

Oatlands Golf Club

861

45

Castlecove Country Club

158

6

Orchard Hills Golf Club

140

Chatswood Golf Club

670

36

Palm Beach Golf Club

263

28

Concord Golf Club

921

10

Parramatta Golf Club

320

26

Cromer Golf Club

893

25

Pennant Hills Golf Club

1093

6

Cronulla Golf Club

1207

64

Penrith Golf Club

532

15

Cumberland Country Club

991

23

Pymble Golf Club

1163

26

Dunheved Golf Club

416

52

Randwick Golf Club

446

27

Eastlake Golf Club

553

20

Richmond Golf Club

612

51

Elanora Country Club

787

Fairfield Golf Club

103

6

Fox Hills Golf Club

781

Georges River Golf Club

Riverside Oaks Golf Club

1134

Roseville Golf Club

617

66

36

Rosnay Golf Club

275

18

253

14

Royal Aust. Engineers Golf Club

302

6

Glenmore Heritage Valley Golf Assoc.

296

20

Rum Corps Barracks Golf Club

47

1

Gordon Golf Club

610

13

812

22

34

3

50

Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club Sefton Golf Club

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Golf NSW Limited Metropolitan Affilated Club Membership Club St. Michael's Golf Club

Junior 851

57

Strathfield Golf Club

1037

43

Terrey Hills Golf Club

707

0

The Australian Golf Club

893

9

The Coast Golf Club

763

54

The Lakes Golf Club

821

5

1454

28

Wakehurst Golf Club

765

49

Wallacia Panthers Golf & Country Club

457

29

Warringah Golf Club

434

40

Windsor Golf Club

680

58

46

4

Woollahra Golf Club

389

4

Woolooware Golf Club

565

44

52,083

2,711

The Royal Sydney Golf Club

Wisemans Ferry Golf Club

TOTAL METROPOLITAN MEMBERS TOTAL METROPOLITAN CLUBS

51

Membership/Sponsorship

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Golf NSW Limited District Golf Associations Affiliated Club Membership ACT MONARO 24 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Bombala Golf Club

42

1

Braidwood Golf Club

49

2

Capital Golf Club

534

31

Coolamatong Country Sports Club

110

5

Cooma Golf Club

206

26

Crookwell Golf Club

99

7

Delegate Country Club

17

BLUE MOUNTAINS 12 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Blackheath Golf Club

338

45

Grose River Golf Club

137

9

Gulgong Golf Club

69

6

Henbury Sport & Recreation Club

89

4

127

15

39

4

Leura Golf Club

348

49

Katoomba Golf Club Kurrajong Hills Golf Club

Federal Golf Club

952

91

Lithgow Golf Club

168

17

Gold Creek Golf Club

501

18

Oberon Golf Club

89

10

Goolabri Golf Club

50

5

Portland Golf Club

95

10

Goulburn Golf Club

417

45

Springwood Country Club

539

58

Gungahlin Lakes Golf Club

534

55

Wentworth Falls Country Club

398

60

TOTAL

2436

287

CENTRAL COAST 11 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

1249

49

739

97

Jindabyne Golf Club

14

Murrumbidgee Country Club

468

60

Queanbeyan Golf Club

651

40

Fairbairn Golf Club

235

25

1176

35

386

2

Taralga Golf Club

16

5

Thredbo Golf Club

36

Tully Park Early Birds Golf Club

72

21

Belconnen Magpies Golf Club

459

70

Yass Golf Club

229

58

Yowani Country Club

910

39

8163

641

Royal Canberra Golf Club Royal Military College Golf Club

TOTAL

Everglades Country Club Gosford Golf Club Green Hill Golf & CC Kooindah Waters Golf Club

101

2

Magenta Shores G & C Club

302

24

Mangrove Mountain Golf Club

265

5

Morisset Golf Club

495

35

Terrigal Memorial Country Golf

501

20

Toukley Golf Club

718

37

Tuggerah Lakes Golf Club

925

43

Wyong Golf Club

766

58

6095

370

TOTAL

Membership/Sponsorship

52

34

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Golf NSW Limited District Golf Associations Affiliated Club Membership CENTRAL NORTH 12 CLUBS

FAR SOUTH COAST 13 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Barraba Golf Club

42

7

Boggabri Golf Club

29

1

Gunnedah Golf Club

236

18

Candelo Kameruka Golf Club

Longyard Golf Club

292

16

Manilla Golf Club

56

3

Nundle Golf Club

21

Quirindi RSL Golf Club

126

Spring Ridge Golf Club

22

Tamworth Golf Club

Adult

Junior

Bega RSL Golf Club

202

19

Bermagui Golf Club

186

18

29

1

Catalina Country Club

630

32

Eden Country Golf Club

219

61

Mandeni Golf Club

16

Mollymook Golf Club

839

78

Moruya Golf Club

385

13

Narooma Golf Club

487

25

1086

26

Uralla Golf Club

80

8

Pambula-Merimbula Golf Club

864

45

Walcha Golf Club

66

2

Tathra Beach Golf Club

237

9

Werris Creek Golf Club

50

3

Tura Beach Country Club

341

19

2106

84

Tuross Head Country Club

143

19

TOTAL

4578

339

HUNTER RIVER 16 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Aberdeen Golf Club

108

2

Branxton Golf Club

307

28

The Oaks Golf & Country Club

304

32

Cypress Lakes Golf and Country Club

199

2

59

1

Dungog & District Golf Club

115

11

Kurri Kurri Golf Club

453

63

745

48

TOTAL CENTRAL WESTERN 13 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Bathurst Golf Club

536

43

Blayney Golf Club

68

Canowindra Golf Club Cumnock Golf Club Duntryleague Golf Club

110

15

32

1

473

19

13

Manildra Golf Club

53

Molong Golf Club

15

Mudgee Golf Club

334

41

Orange Ex-Services Golf Club

382

1

Easts Leisure & Golf (Maitland GC)

Wellington Golf Club

135

9

Merriwa Golf Club

16

Wentworth Golf Club

365

75

Murrurundi Golf Club

44

3

17

2

Muswellbrook Golf Club

267

37

2533

208

Paterson Golf Club

112

8

Scone Golf Club

125

13

Singleton Golf Club

189

23

Yeoval Golf Club TOTAL

2

Denman Golf Club

Stroud Golf Club The Vintage Golf Club TOTAL

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29 162

6

3234

277

53

Membership/Sponsorship

Lyndhurst Golf Club


Golf NSW Limited District Golf Associations Affiliated Club Membership ILLAWARRA 23 CLUBS

LACHLAN VALLEY 14 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Bowral Golf Club

325

19

Bogan Gate Golf Club

Callala RSL Country Golf Club

285

10

Burcher Golf Club

Gerringong Golf Club

205

6

Gibraltar Country Club

219

Highlands Golf Club

Adult

Junior

16 6

1

Caragabal Country Club

10

40

Condobolin Golf Club

98

8

380

35

Forbes Golfers Association

180

10

HMAS Creswell Golf Club

145

6

Jamberoo Golf Club

589

61

Kangaroo Valley Golf Club

80

22

Lake Cargelligo Golf Club

25

3

5

1

179

10

22

2

Menindee Golf Club

Kiama Golf Club

500

52

Moss Vale Golf Club

528

122

Mount Broughton Golf & Country

205

3

Nowra Golf Club

455

27

Penrose Country Golf Club

Grenfell Country Club

12

Parkes Golf Club Peak Hill Golf Club Rankins Springs Golf Club Trundle Golf Club

60

Weethalle Country Club Wilcannia Golf Club

Port Kembla Golf Club

840

62

Russell Vale Golf Club

555

43

Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens Golf Club

173

16

LOWER NORTH COAST 12 CLUBS

Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club

287

14

Bulahdelah Golf Club

St Georges Basin Golf Club

612

17

Camden Haven Golf Club

Sussex Inlet Golf Club

178

19

The Grange Golf Club

717

76

Coomba Park Golf & Country Club

The Links Shell Cove

571

36

Forster-Tuncurry Golf Club

Vincentia Golf Club

257

22

Gloucester Country Club

Wollongong Golf Club

484

26

8602

712

TOTAL

TOTAL

3 12 644

35

Adult

Junior

67

13

281

26

20 1038

15

175

17

Harrington Waters golf Club

81

11

Krambach Golf Club

71

2

Port Macquarie Golf Club

630

29

Tallwoods Golf Club

224

4

Club Taree - Golf

484

32

Wauchope Golf Club

797

67

Wingham Golf Club

239

6

4107

222

TOTAL

Membership/Sponsorship

54

6

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Golf NSW Limited District Golf Associations Affiliated Club Membership MID NORTH COAST 15 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Bellingen RSL Golf Club

120

8

Bonville International Golf Club

214

NEW ENGLAND 10 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Armidale Golf Club

418

10

3

Ashford Golf Club

15

85

5

Bundarra Golf Club

8

3

Coffs Harbour Golf Club

745

91

Deepwater Golf Club

10

2

Crescent Head Country Club

172

3

Delungra Golf Club

16

43

2

Emmaville Golf Club

18

3

Frederickton Golf Club

191

15

Glen Innes Golf Club

162

12

Grafton Golf Club

415

13

Guyra Golf Club

82

5

Kempsey Golf Club

231

34

Inverell Golf Club

194

13

Macksville Golf Club

129

16

Tenterfield Golf Club

120

15

Nambucca Heads Island Golf Club

257

8

TOTAL

1043

63

Sawtell Golf Club

519

50

Woolgoolga Golf Club

262

NEWCASTLE 17 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

South West Rocks Golf Club

610

20

Belmont Golf Club

792

29

Urunga Golf & Sports Club

270

21

4263

289

Beresfield Golf Club

194

12

Charlestown Golf Club

750

34

Hawks Nest Golf Club

721

63

Horizons Members Golf Club

135

1

Karuah Golf Club

115

6

Merewether Golf Club

519

40

Muree Golf Club

628

16

Bowraville Golf Club

Dorrigo Memorial RSL Golf Club

TOTAL MURRAY 15 CLUBS Adelong Golf Club Commercial Golf Resort Albury

Adult

Junior

12 28

Batlow Golf Club

24

2

Corowa Golf Club

542

62

Corryong Golf Club

31

1

Nelson Bay Golf Club

891

43

Culcairn Golf Club

25

4

Newcastle Golf Club

561

20

Holbrook Golf Club

50

7

Howlong Golf Club

1393

38

46

3

Jindera Country Golf Club

40

3

Shortland Waters Golf Club

547

42

Khancoban Country Club

42

2

Sugar Valley Golf Club

110

21

Tanilba Bay Golf Club

340

17

The Palms Golf Club

67

1

Toronto Country Club

497

21

Waratah Golf Club

592

36

7505

405

Rand Golf Club Thurgoona Golf Club

6 479

Tumbarumba Golf Club

32

Walwa Golf Club

30

Welaregang Golf Club

17

TOTAL

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3167

78 3 228

Pacific Dunes Golf Club

TOTAL

55

Membership/Sponsorship

444


Golf NSW Limited District Golf Associations Affiliated Club Membership NORTHERN RIVERS 17 CLUBS Bonalbo Golf Club

Adult

Junior

13

RIVERINA 13 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Coolamon Golf Club

40

2

Ballina Golf Club

686

17

Ganmain Golf Club

3

Byron Bay Golf Club

461

36

Grong Grong Golf Club

5

2

Casino Golf Club

255

8

Henty Golf Club

20

1

1561

67

Junee Golf Club

57

1

Coraki Golf Club

226

8

Kapooka Golf Club

25

2

Iluka Golf Club

203

7

188

19

40

2

124

15

Coolangatta-Tweed Heads Golf Club

Kyogle Golf Club

84

Lismore Golf Club

315

6

Maclean Golf Club

162

8

Mullumbimby Golf Club

236

7

Murwillumbah Golf Club

427

21

Ocean Shores Country Club

463

26

43

1

Twin Towns Services Men's Golf Club

443

15

Woodburn-Evans Head Golf Club

188

3

Yamba Golf and Country Club

592

23

6358

253

Teven Golf Club

TOTAL NORTH WEST 8 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Bellata Golf Club

21

4

Bingara Sporting Club

41

3

Coonabarabran Golf Club

90

25

344

56

Moree Golf Club Mungindi Golf Club

10

Leeton Golf Club Lockhart Golf Club Narrandera Golf Club RAAF Wagga Golf Club

20

The Rock Golf Club

51

Wagga Wagga Country Club

604

12

Wagga RSL GC

191

10

TOTAL

1368

66

SOUTH WEST 15 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Ariah Park Golf Club

10

2

Bigga Golf Club

10

2

Binalong Golf Club

27

1

Boorowa Golf Club

30

5

Clover Leigh Golf Club

25

Cootamundra Country Club

216

22

Gundagai District Services Golf Club

101

12

Harden Country Club

73

4

Jugiong Golf Club

11

Talbingo Country Club

47

Temora Golf Club

88

12

23

1

170

5

Membership/Sponsorship

Narrabri Golf Club

261

10

Warialda Golf Club

66

8

Tipperary Golf Club

Wee Waa Golf Club

51

8

Tumut Golf Club

884

114

TOTAL

West Wyalong S & C Sports Club Young Golf Club TOTAL

56

64 178

30

1073

96

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Golf NSW Limited District Golf Associations Affiliated Club Membership WESTERN 21 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Albert Golf Club

17

1

Binnaway Golf Club

14

Darling River Golf Club

16

Brewarrina District Golf Club

26

Carinda Golf Club Cobar Bowling and Golf Club

1

8

WESTERN RIVERINA 12 CLUBS

Adult

Junior

Berrigan Golf & Bowling Club

60

8

Colleambally Golf Club

32

8

Deniliquin Golf Club

349

51

Finley Golf Club

128

21

9

9

505

3

Goolgowi Golf Club

118

15

Coolah Golf Club

24

1

Hay Golf Club

60

1

Coonamble Golf Club

68

2

Jerilderie Golf Club

40

2

477

29

Lachlan River Sporting Club

19

1

Dunedoo Golf Club

31

2

Oaklands Golf Club

24

Gilgandra Golf Club

66

2

Tooleybuc Sporting Golf Club

60

3

Gulargambone Golf Club

20

1

Yenda Diggers Golf Club

34

3

Lightning Ridge Golf Club

34

2

TOTAL

1320

110

Mendooran Golf Club

16

1

Narromine Golf Club

90

2

NSW TOTALS

Adult

Junior

Nyngan Golf Club

65

Metropolitan 87 Clubs

52,083

2,711

Tottenham Golf Club

38

Country 293 Clubs

70,777

4,864

Trangie Golf Club

36

122,860

7,575

Walgett District Sporting Club

51

Dubbo Golf Club

Wanaaring Golf Club Warren Golf Club TOTAL

2

Griffith Golf Club

NSW TOTAL 380 Clubs

6

1

ASSOCIATED MEMBERS

77

3

Fiji Golf Association

1298

65

Lord Howe Island Golf Club Norfolk Island Golf Club Port Vila Golf & Country Club Aust. Veterans Golfers Assoc. (NSW)

57

Membership/Sponsorship

Golf NSW Limited - Annual Report 10


Golf NSW Limited Golf NSW Limited would like to thank the following golf clubs for hosting NSW State events during 2010 NSW Medal Championship and NSW Champion of Champions Newcastle / Muree NSW Amateur Championship The Royal Sydney NSW Senior Amateur Championship Port Macquarie NSW Mid Amateur Championship Gold Creek Country Club Par 3 Championship Penrith Par 3 Golf Course NSW Sand Greens Fourball Championship Coolamon NSW Foursomes Championship The Coast NSW Mixed Foursomes Championship Cabramatta NSW Family Bowl Mt Broughton

Membership/Sponsorship

58

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Golf NSW Limited Sponsors Major Supporting Partners

Business & Event Partners

18 Hole Club Members

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Membership/Sponsorship

NSW Open Partners 2009


Golf NSW Limited Sponsors cont. Other NSW Open Sponsors 2009

Membership/Sponsorship

60

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NSW Golf Association Annual Report 2010  

NSWGA Annual Report for year ending 30 June 2010 (half year) prior to amalgamation with WGNSW.

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