The Royal Adelaide Golf Club 1
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from the captain
They say …“what a difference a day makes” .. in this case, what a difference 6 months has made at the Club. 6 months ago we were looking forward to seeing the end of our builders, and the completion of the most significant building project the Club had undertaken in recent times.
Above, Stage 5 completed - New breezeway and Associate’s Locker Room
6 months on the additions and associated works have settled in and are functioning as planned. The breezeway has reduced the clutter of the previous breezeway and provides an entry which is both welcoming, and a standard befitting Royal Adelaide. The peripheral landscaping works have started to take hold, and together with the remodelled carparking, complete the transformation.
Minor works are now complete to the southern end of the Clubhouse in what was the Associates Locker Room. These works include a new verandah, entry foyer, and associated amenities, with direct access to the kitchen and Mixed Lounge. The Associates Room has been renovated and is now known as “The Board Room”. The new centrally located space (formed from the footprint of the old Associates Locker Room) has been transformed , and now allows for a very special, fully glazed vista through the new foyer to the 14th hole. A wonderful space, and now named “The Bridge Room”, (which will give you a heads up as to its intended use) will provide additional flexibility to our function capabilities including conference and seminar facilities. The soft opening of these spaces will be as the players’ lounge for the Australian Women’s Open. Plans are underway for a members opening in March to bring in our 125th golfing season.
1 Associate’s Captains Report 4 Reciprocal News 8 Photo gallery 9 House & Events Report 10 Course Report 12 Match & Pennant Report 13 Member’s Results 15 Associate’s Results 16
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Above, Southern end redevelopment
6 months ago we were knee deep in worm castings, the likes of which we have not seen at Royal Adelaide for many years, soon to be followed by rains that only Noah would have contemplated. Course closures became a day by day proposition, an experience we have not had to endure at Royal Adelaide in living memory, in fact many commented 1992 may have been the last year of these kind of disruptions. With the delayed onset of spring, came tremendous growing conditions and the rough reached heights that you could lose a small family in. All this is behind us now, as we look forward to a great summer of golf. During November, Royal Adelaide hosted a large group of members and partners from the R&A, including the Captain Keith Macintosh, on his first visit down under. Keith was very impressed with the course and drew comparisons between Royal Adelaide and Muirfield ….high praise indeed .. and a credit to Nathan and his and his staff on the way the course was presented over the 3 day event. You will note in the Course Report, steps are underway to strengthen some of the weaker turf area of the fairways on course, which will commence after The Australian Women’s Open in February.
Most recently Hole 17A was opened. 17A is the first new hole constructed “on course” which does not form part of the routing of the Championship 18. The hole opened in idyllic conditions with a gentle breeze out of the west, but still managed to test the Members. With a stiff south westerly, our prevailing breeze, I can see tears of both joy and anguish in the play of this short par 3. The hole sits beautifully in the existing routing of the Championship 18 and we saw no evidence of queuing on the tee despite full fields. I am sure it will be not only an enjoyable hole to play, but a challenging one, and provide great flexibility for Nathan and his management of future course maintenance works. As the first project undertaken by the Royal Adelaide Foundation, 17A was entirely funded by the Foundation, so to the many who generously contributed, a great thank you, a great result, and lasting legacy.
Above, Hole 17A
Course wise, attention is now firmly on the preparation for the Australian Women’s Open. If it was held today, I think we would all be very proud, so by February the condition of the Course will be at another level again. So lock in the dates, February 16th to 19th, put them in your diary, take
from the captain continued....... some time off, and come down to Royal Adelaide together with all those who sat on the various and see the world’s best take on your own course. working groups and Sub-Committees over the years. Also our sincere thanks to Chris Bungey, The Special General Meeting brought in Christmas. who so generously gave up his time to undertake It’s business was to approve the proposed 2017 this comprehensive rewrite of the rules. The scale Rules and By-Laws for the Club, and in so doing, and complexity of this task was huge, but despite create membership categories free of gender this, the resultant document we believe is in plain for the first time in the history of the Club. English, easily read, and readily understood, The motion was carried, and 2017 will herald in the enabling easy reference by all members, and now first women to full voting , category 1 membership. provides the template for the future of the Club. The draft rules had generated much discussion and debate around the Club, as one would expect So what’s in store for 2017? Our 125th year. The from changes of this significance. The overarching Clubhouse and course will be in championship principle of gender equal membership was both condition …..literally… and we will be intending the catalyst and the goal, and December 22 2016 to keep it that way for the foreseeable future with will be a moment in the Club’s history that we no major works planned for either the Clubhouse can all be proud of. The Draft 2017 Rules and or course. By-Laws will come into effect on March 1 2017 . A great time to bring friends, family and guests Our thanks go to the tireless efforts of the down to the Club and let them see for themselves Chairman Of Membership and Rules Jim Sweeney, why so many of us call this place our second home.
DINING ROOM LEVY SEASON Don’t miss out on using your levy! As members would be aware the Club is hosting the ISPS Handa Australian Women’s Open February 16th – 19th which will entail course and clubhouse closures (Feb 12th – 20th inclusive). Therefore the Dining Room levy season will be shorter than previous years. Members are strongly encouraged to utilise the Club’s dining facilities and use any remaining levy before it expires. The Women’s Open closure will reduce the numbers of Sundays the Dining Room will be open in February to only the 5th and 26th. For bookings, please email email@example.com or phone 8356 5511.
and Hills courses all year and I would like to thank both Jude and those who made the effort to enjoy their golf at many other courses around the State. It is always much appreciated by the host courses and reflects well on Royal Adelaide With the sun finally shining the Associates Annual itself which in turn may encourage (and indeed, Meeting was held on Tuesday, October 25th. has encouraged!) other golfers to join our Club in Trophies galore were shared by many faces old and the future. new at the prize giving and we said a fond and very sad farewell to our wonderful outgoing President, Interclub matches were all away in the second Sally Rasmussen, and our only Committee member half of the season. Royal Adelaide players went to departing this year, Jude Willoughby (below). Glenelg, Kooyonga, Flagstaff Hill and Blackwood and, while much enjoyed by those who represented us, the silver did not return home except for the Cudmore Cup hosted by Kooyonga where there was a draw and, as we had won the match in April, we were able to put the Trophy back in our cupboard.
ASSOCIATEs’ NEWS Edwina Grant
They will be sorely missed and there was much well-wishing from those who attended who let them know how much they have been valued during their terms. Two new Committee members were also elected at the meeting; Vicki Jordan and Jane Nott.We welcome them both and hope they enjoy Above, Cudmore CupWinners 2016 their time serving the Club. If you were unable to attend the meeting, the full list of Associates results are printed at the end of the Newsletter. The Associates and Veterans Lunch was held on the 1st August and we were privileged to have Susie Since the Winter Newsletter went to print much Herzberg, OAM (an Associate) as our guest speaker. has happened in Associates golf. In July many of Susie wears very many hats and has an extraordinary our golfers supported GolfSA’s Country Week cv. She is extremely active in the conservation of and headed off to Tumby Bay Golf Club, Whyalla the environment. We were taken on a wonderful Golf Club, Ardrossan Golf Club, and Barossa ‘trip’ of what is being done in South Australia by Valley Golf Club. In fact, with Jude Willoughby’s very many people, to retain and improve our encouragement, many of our golfers have environmental heritage. It was a fascinating supported Open Days at most of the Metropolitan journey and much enjoyed by those who attended.
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Above, AssociatesVeteran’s Lunch, from left, Susie Herzberg (Guest Speaker) & Sally Rasmussen
In early August Royal Adelaide hosted the LM Gordon Bowl as part of the Vardon series run at Adelaide Metropolitan clubs throughout the year. Unfortunately, although we had more female entrants than most other clubs we only had six women playing in this event.This is a sad reflection on the number of young women taking up golf today. If you know of anyone, young or otherwise, interested in taking up our wonderful sport please contact an Associates Committee member or Paul at the front office to learn more about the pathways (Green Girls, Let’s Go Clubbing and the Fairways Package) interested new golfers might take within our Club to ease their way into this great game. In Mid-August the Associates Foursomes Championships were played, always a fun event with much camaraderie around the Club. One qualifying round was played on a nine hole course with players going around twice to play their 18 holes. With the Foursomes taking priority other golfers were precluded from playing that day and the Committee very much appreciated the understanding of those players whose games were cancelled. Congratulations to the winners of all Grades.
Above, Club Foursomes winners, from left Bronze - Sue Humphrey & Jen Gallery, A Grade -Vicki Jordan & Jill McEwin, C Grade Heather Jenkins & Jane Hogarth, Higher Handicap Plate Toni Chaplin & Sara Bessell
Our Associate Guest Day was held on the 30th August and we were lucky enough to be able to play the full course. Following hotly on the heels of Guest Day and also enjoying a full course was the Royal Adelaide Challenge Bowl held on Friday 2nd September. First time winner of the event was Tea Tree Gully who won by the narrowest of margins over Tanunda Pines. By this stage in the season we were getting used to low scores, winners were regularly having only 30 points and average scores were in the mid or even low twenties. The course was playing very long and the rough began to be discussed by all at great length and not in a complimentary fashion! With the course in this condition we welcomed the Women’s Committees from Royal Melbourne and Royal Sydney to our annual Mona Macleod Cleek. All three Committees look forward to this event each year and despite the extra stress involved in being hosts this year, this event was no exception and lived up to expectations. Much fun and laughter was had both on and off the course with old friendships strengthened and new ones forged.We are already planning our trip to Sydney next year and making sure it doesn’t clash with other holiday plans!
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Above, Royal Melbourne, Royal Sydney and Royal Adelaide Teams
While the course underwent fairway renovations during September we held our annual Duplicate Bridge Day. Numbers were down slightly on previous years but it was still a very successful day. With our old locker rooms being turned into a purpose built bridge space we hope to see a lot more bridge being played at Royal Adelaide next year. We also hope to entice back some older Associates who may have reduced their golfing commitments and haven’t spent much time at the Club of late by offering regular bridge and the opportunity to use up their dining room levies. If this is of interest to you please watch out for email notifications around bridge days early next year. As we inched closer to the end of the season the heavens opened again and our second attempt at hosting our Charity Day was cancelled. Operation Flinders was our chosen Charity and, having missed out on any support from us this year, will be our Charity again next year. Finally, the weather started to clear and our Joan Lawton Foursomes was held in relatively mild weather followed by a delicious lunch and the putting finals. And then we are back to where we started: the Associates Annual Meeting. And, suddenly, the season was over!
Above,Winners of the Joan Lawton Foursomes, from left, Colleen Hamilton, Sue Minson, presented by Cherry Trengove
There is always room for a bit more golf and fun before the year end, however, and our Christmas Golf and Lunch was much enjoyed by everyone who entered. With the theme of “Giving”, Associate Committee members were on the course to “give” shots to each group as they came through, players displayed their favourite charity and everyone brought a present for a child and a Kris Kringle for an Associate. Anglicare were delighted by their horde of gifts and there were many requests from Associates to bring gifts again to donate next year.
Above, the many donations of Christmas presents by the Associates which were distributed to various charities
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need to express this to Deb Smith at the Front Office before the 1st of March in order to qualify for dispensation under Rule 138.7.2. I wish everyone a safe and happy summer and look forward to seeing many of you at the Women’s Open in February and at the Opening Morning Tea on 7th March, 2017.
Above, from left, Colleen Hamilton, Susie Osborne, Steph Evans andWendy Hogarth displaying their Charity at the Associates Christmas golf & lunch RESULTS
I would like to finish with an encouragement to all to attend the Women’s Open in February. Bring your families and friends, golfers and nongolfers alike will enjoy the experience. It will be an event of international standing and, while we hope to retain it in South Australia and see it back at Royal Adelaide in three years’ time, may be once in a lifetime golfing event. Interest in women’s golf, particularly at Royal Adelaide, will be raised and as a member of this wonderful Club it falls to all of us to bring in new members. If anyone mutters anything positive about potentially taking up the game please encourage them and let them know of the opportunities and programmes we run at Royal Adelaide. By the time I address you again at the opening of the 2017 season on the 7th March, I will be a Full Category 1 Member of this Club and speaking to you as the Women’s Captain rather than the Associate’s Captain. I am excited about this long overdue change to our membership structure and look forward to as many women as possible taking up this opportunity. Please remember if you are interested in becoming a Full member you will
Tuesday Competitions July – October Silver: Bronze: J Van de Worp, P Stuart, J McEwin, C McAuliffe, A Sykes, S Osborne, S Minson, P Hamilton, S Nobbs, D Moore Bronze: M Wilkinson, J Dawes. D Wallman (2), D Thwaites, D Motteram, T Coppin, N Corones (2) C Grade: S Bessell (3), S Lenthall, S Chapman, S Ferrari Alternate Stableford: S Hunt, C Gurling, M Walters, G Wicks, T Nitschke 9 Holes: S Davidson, J Brown, N EstcourtHughes, C McBride, M Walters, B Middleton
Reciprocal clubs The River Club - South Africa
Royal Adelaide is pleased to announce a new reciprocal club in Johannesburg, South Africa, The River Club. Often referred to as the â€œAugusta National of South Africaâ€? this top 12 rated golf club is highly private (only 300 members) and features a clubhouse, dining, and golf course. Members can play up to 6 rounds per year at no green fee and in addition may take guests at the members introduced green fee rate at that time. The Club does not operate time sheets so it is suggested that members contact the club beforehand to discuss a suitable tee time. Club member Peter and Sandy Hayes recently visited The River Club and made the following observations: 1. Membership is very inclusive and includes the South African Vice President 2.The course is picturesque, immaculate and challenging 3.The clubhouse has recently been renovated and is stylish 4.Sunday lunch/dinner was of gourmet quality 5.Their cellar is impressive 6.The members were from a variety of professional backgrounds and of a variety of age groups If you are planning on visiting Johannesburg and wish to play please contact Sharon at reception for more information.
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Above, Captain,Tim Evans accepting The Cargie trophy from Kooynga Golf Club Captain, Dr Grant Raymond Above, winners of the Brock Trophy, Deb James and Peter Ormandy
Above, Club Champion, JamesWallman
Above, Winners of the TG Wilson Cup - Pam & JohnWinter Above, Patric Kroschel accepting The Guy Lendon Cup
Above, from Left Ian McFarlane & Pete Lyall, winners of MG Anderson Cup
Events for January-may 2017
ISPS Handa Women’s Open 16th to 19th February 2017
Associates’ Opening Day Tuesday 7th March 2017 Shotgun start (9 holes). Followed by meeting at 10.45am. Golf SA Classic
21st to 24th March 2017
Family Day Sunday 2nd April 2017 8.30 shotgun start *Includes Hayward Cup, Followed by lunch Wendt Trophy Club Mixed Foursomes Sunday 7th May 2017 9am shotgun start. Followed by lunch Associates Club Dinner Monday 22nd May 2017 Centenary Bowl Tuesday 23rd May 2017 8.30am shotgun start
House & Events report
It has been a busy six months at Royal Adelaide commencing with the inaugural “firing in” of the Captain on 28th of June. This event was a great success with Tim Evans distinguishing himself driving off the third tee just as the cannon was fired.
Above,The ‘Firing In’ of The Captain
In July we had our extremely successful Mixed Club Dinner attended by over 140 people. It was great to see so many people enjoying the live music provided by The Holeproofs. The organising Committee of that event did a wonderful job and the night reflected their hard working efforts. The Club Dinner featured Wayne Phillips interviewing some of the clubs “legendary” sportsmen to the amusement of many. Numbers at this function were slightly down and we will possibly look at tinkering with the format very slightly. Once again our Mixed Events i.e. the Brock Trophy and the TG Wilson were strongly supported and continue to be popular with our members. In November we commenced the Winemakers of Seaton programme. This involves a nine hole twilight competition commencing at 4.00p.m. each Wednesday with dinner to follow. Each month the wines of one of our Winemaker Members are promoted and generally they attend one night for a wine tasting. Numbers at these
nights have been fluctuating however the feedback from those attending has been positive and we are going to continue with the program. This is a great way to introduce newcomers to competition golf in a relaxed environment and is also a very pleasant way to spend Wednesday evenings. Another new initiative of the club this year is the honor system at the Ackland Horman Pavilion on Wednesdays and Thursdays. This has been started as a service to members where you can purchase a sandwich or a snack bar etc. Please support the initiative and remember to either pay or complete the purchase sheet with your member number. In October we held an extremely successful New Members Dinner which was very well supported numbers wise and had a terrific feel about the night. It was clear that many of the new members were excited about joining our club and they were well supported by their proposers and seconders. On the 26th November we held our Annual Presentation Day and took the opportunity to open our new hole 17A with a prize of a methuselah of St Hugo wine for the nearest the pin on the new hole. Congratulations to Mike Nelson who won that prize.
Above, Presentation Day
House & Events report
That event also doubled as the presentation and wind up for the Royal Premiership Challenge and it is likely that we will stick to that format in coming years. The following day saw the inaugural Christmas Party for children. This was a fantastic event which involved pony rides, face painting, a jumping castle, a putting competition and other activities. The event was extremely well supported by
Above,Winners of the Thomson Course from left - RobYounger, Penny Mills,Tim Astley, Richard Mills, Carolyn Astley & AshYounger
Above,Winners of the MacKenzie Course from left Paul Reader, Wila Michelmore, Peter Joy, Sally Cudmore & Roly Michelmore
Above, Father Christmas was on hand to hand out lollies to the children at the inaugral Christmas Party in November
members, their children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews etc. It was superbly well organised by, Lisa Pacini, Sally Rasmussen and Norma EscourtHughes and their band of helpers. As a new event we were unsure as to how it would be received and supported however it is clear that this will become an annual event on our calendar as it is a great way of introducing young people to the club. On Friday 9th December, 200 members and guests enjoyed our annual Christmas Twilight. This event is one of the highlights of our social calendar and was, as usual, a great night. Full detail of all the winners can be found on the Club website. Thank you all for your support of our functions this year.
Next year is looking like being just as busy. As well as our regular events we are hosting the Australian Women’s Open in February and we are also working hard planning a number of events to celebrate our 125th Anniversary including: • An exciting range of limited release merchandise items • An updated history book focusing on the past 25 years. • A special member Golf and Gala Dinner event on October 7th and 8th (first round of golf played at the Adelaide Golf Club was October 8th 1892) • A reciprocal event inviting our close reciprocal clubs to help celebrate reaching this milestone. Those observant members amongst the readership would have noted the new 125 years of golf logo on the front page of the newsletter and this will be featured during the year. More information around these festivities will be released during the year.
Course report Jim Sweeney & Nathan Bennett This year far from ideal weather conditions limited the renovation process and persisting cool weather has slowed the turf recovery from the renovation, allowing a couch mite to attack the weaker common couch areas, further slowing the recovery in these areas. Selecting plugging and top-dressing the areas in strategic areas has been necessary. The Committee has determined that acceleration of the Santa Anna takeover of these weaker areas will be a priority after the Womenâ€™s' Open. The costing, time frame, and potential results of the different options to achieve this are currently being assessed.
Our focus has now moved onto the Womenâ€™s Australian Open in February. All the work we do now will have an effect on the final preparation for the event. Bunker renovations will commence in January and spectator access paths around the course will progressively appear. Areas on tees will be roped off and protected so they are clean of divots for the event. Similarly the area behind the practice mat for a distance of 12 metres (a requirement of the conditions of Golf Australia) needs to be protected. Work continues to plug bare and thin areas on the fairway extensions, as a result of reshaping, throughout the course. A lot of planning and effort has gone into the shaping of the fairways, requiring the movement of many sprinklers to achieve better contrast between the fairways and rough. The adverse winter and spring weather has damaged many trees and removal of some broken and dead hanging branches is required both for visual and safety reasons.
The wetter than normal winter has resulted in stronger growth of the rough producing a taller, thicker sward. As the weather has warmed the rough has dried off and thinned out producing the contrast between rough and fairway, the visual image which has become characteristic of Royal Adelaide Golf Club heading into summer for the Nathan Bennett last few years. In addition to the striking visual Course Superintendent. appearance it is essential to minimise barren land appearing progressively throughout summer. Our green staff strives to produce the course in the best condition for members at all times. This winter has been repeatedly morale sapping for them. They have been resilient and flexible which we have appreciated and likewise the understanding of the membership has been important and appreciated by them. We thank Nathan and his staff for their ongoing effort. Jim Sweeney Chairman of Course.
match & pennant report
Richard Mills Club Championships This year’s Club Championships were played in contrasting conditions. The brutal windy weather of qualifying Sunday was quite a battle of the elements compared to the calmer conditions of Finals Day where all the battles were between opponents. The unusually thick rough was a battle every day! Congratulations to a first time Club Champion James Wallman who held on for an exciting victory over Josh Groom at the 35th hole. It was also a double victory for the Wallman family with father Geoff winning the C Grade Championship. Congratulations to the winners of other grades:
Member Events Members Presentation Day was a highlight of the calendar with all event winners throughout the year being presented with their trophies. New awards for 2016 were the Player of the Year for Wednesday, David Gilfillan and Thursday, Peter Menz.The Royal Premiership Challenge was again a strongly contested teams event with money up for grabs this year following a successful Calcutta dinner in May. Fleet Street were back-to-back grand final winners over The Seaton Sharks. The day also marked the official opening of our extra hole, 17A. Congratulations to recent winners of mixed events in 2016: Peter Ormandy and Debbie James in the Brock Trophy, John and Pam Winter in the T.G. Wilson Cup, and Tim & Carolyn Astley, Rob & Ash Younger, Richard & Penny Mills (Thomson course), Roly & Willa Michelmore, Peter Joy, Louise Walters, Sally Cudmore, Paul Reader (Mackenzie course) in the Christmas Twilight. RAGC were also victorious in The Cargie and The Barwon Heads Invitational Challenge where Michael Schapel also won the Kent & Dion Crawford Memorial Trophy for the best individual score of the tournament.
A Grade Plate: Tim Pozza over Greg Howe B Grade Champion: Julian Hicks over Geoff Webster B Grade Plate: David Moore over John Bolt C Grade Champion: Geoff Wallman over Graham Marshall C Grade Plate: Darryl Watson over John Brook Senior Champion:Tim Astley over Rod Phillips Veteran Champion:David Tamblyn over William Brown Speed of Play Senior Plate:Peter Maddern over Ian Little Pace of play is a continuing frustration to Veteran Plate:Brian Carpenter over David Smith members. While there are a number of reasons for slow play, all golfers need to be mindful Pennants of their position in the field and encourage At the August Club Dinner Patric Kroschel was each other to maintain a good speed of play. awarded the Guy Lendon Cup for the most successful player in the Club’s Senior Pennant Critiquing, but not reprimanding, one’s own and Team and Riley Semovic the A.P. Hutton Cup for each other’s pace of play during and after rounds the most successful player in the Club’s B Pennant will help. Simply walking faster between shots Team. There is a buzz around the club with some is effective. The Committee will be researching pennant players shooting impressive scores that methods of helping improve this problem hopefully bode well for a strong 2017 season. such as a course marshal and data gathering.
match & pennant report
Changes to the Rules of Golf The R&A and USGA are introducing a new Local Rule on January 1st 2017 that eliminates the penalty when a ball or ball-marker is accidentally moved on the putting green.
RAGC Communication The best way to keep up to date with events, functions and the latest news is via our website www.royaladelaidegolf.com.au and the email news bulletins Royal Golf Matters.
Planning for the 2017 ISPS Women’s Australian Open is in its final stages. Golf Australia offices and infrastructure will begin arriving in mid January with Golf Australia staff onsite from this time. Please see below for some key points and dates that will affect members;
Tee times at other venues We are currently endeavouring to secure tee times for our members at neighboring courses during the period of closure. These times will be communicated closer to the event and bookings will be via the normal booking timesheets on our website.
Locker rooms During the event the men’s locker room will be used as the Player’s locker room. As such we will require many members to empty their lockers prior to the week of the event. This will likely only affect those male members with large lockers. Direct contact will be made with these people in the comings weeks with the relevant time frames and requirements.
Car parking A very small amount of free member car parking will be available on site during the event. Further car parking will be available at the Christian Family Church, 185 Frederick Road.
Dining Golf Australia are organizing all corporate and dining room dining throughout the Club storage event. The majority of this catering is already The new member’s club storage area will form sold out. Members dining throughout the the media hub for the event. Members will not tournament will be in the members bar. have access to this area from 6pm on Saturday 11th Tickets February through toTuesday 21st February.Members Each member has been allocated one season wishing to play elsewhere during this period will pass for the tournament free of charge. need to remove their clubs prior to Saturday 11th These passes will be mailed out to members February. Clubs left on site after this time will with the Subscription notice in mid January. not be accessible until Tuesday 21st February. Updates will be posted on the RAGC website or at www.womensausopen.com
Members COMPETITION A P Hutton Cup Ackland Horman Trophy Alister Mackenzie Trophy Andrew Scott Memorial Shield Baker Cup Club Professional Trophy Craven Aitken Cup Guy Lendon Cup McLachlan Putting Salver Presidentâ€™s Trophy Services Challenge Cup Shannon Veterans Trophy T G Wilson Cup Wellington Cup Winser Cup Club Foursomes Cheadle Club Foursomes Anniversary Trophy Medals Summer Medal 2016 Best Gross A Grade Best Net A Grade Best Net B Grade Best Net C Grade Spring Medal 2016 Best Gross A Grade Best Net A Grade Best Net B Grade Best Net C Grade Club Championships A Grade Champion Tiger Cup Seaton Cup A Grade Plate B Grade Champion Mill Trophy B Grade Plate C Grade Champion C Grade Best gross 36 holes Qualifying Seniors Champion Seniors Best gross 18 holes Qualifying Veterans Champion Junior Championship Winner Royal Adelaide Premiership Challenge
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Riley Semovic John Stapleton & Tim Evans Tim Pozza Jim Sweeney Rob Richards & James Porter Edward Weaver Andrew Tierney & Peter James Patric Kroschel Josh Groom Andrew Lee Peter Menz & Glen Benveniste Rob Sangster John & Pam Winter Jeff Easley Egils Olekalns
Andrew Tierney & Michael Hawthorn Gus Hall & Greg Lyall
Josh Groom Josh Groom Mark Miller Andrew Cudmore William Arnold Peter Maddern Ian A McFarlane Richard Begg James Wallman Billy Cawthorne Dan Madigan Tim Pozza Julian Hicks Julian Hicks David Moore Geoffrey Wallman Mark Miller Tim Astley Les Cleland David Tamblyn Patric Kroschel Fleet Street
Associates Adelaide Beck Cup (Bronze) Adelaide Beck Cup (Silver) Alison Douglas Memorial Trophy Anne Badger Higher Handicap Matchplay Ayers Trophy (‘C’ Grade) Ayers Trophy (Bronze) Ayers Trophy (Silver) Barr-Smith Salver (Bronze) Barr-Smith Salver (Silver) Bronze Bowl ‘C’ Grade Brooch ‘C’ Grade Salver Caddies Competition Captain’s Trophy Captain’s Trophy (Runners-up) Evans Salver Gold Laurel Wreath Gold Laurel Wreath (Runner-up) Grandmothers Trophy International Bowl (Bronze) International Bowl (Silver) Joan Lawton Canadian Foursomes Katharine Rymill Cup Lady Wills Trophy Laurel Wreath Laurel Wreath (Runner-up) Maxwell Fowler Shield Medal Play-Off (“C” Grade) Medal Play-Off (Bronze) Medal Play-Off (Silver) Mother & Daughter Trophy Nitschke Salver 9 Hole Competition Par Plate Par Plate (Runner-up) President’s Trophy President’s Trophy (Runners-up) Professional Competition – 1st Professional Competition – 2nd Professional Competition – 3rd Putting Trophy RAGCA Spoon (‘C’ Grade) RAGCA Spoon (Bronze) RAGCA Spoon (Silver) Rowie Waterman Stableford Trophy Seaton Salver Sue Butterworth Trophy Sue Butterworth Trophy (Runner-up) Twopeny Trophy Veterans Cup
Sue Humphrey Jill McEwin Not presented in 2016 Pam Winter Sara Bessell & Deb Wallman Judy Willoughby Jill McEwin & Anne Ellis Nan Corones Di Moore Tricia Davies Heather Jenkins Heather Jenkins Sally Nobbs Ali Coventry & Julia Timbs Effie Schapel & Lisa Daw Deb Susman Tricia Davies Sue Minson Karyn Sprod Colleen Hamilton Vicki Thwaites Sue Minson & Colleen Hamilton Di Moore Cathy McAuliffe Deb Wallman Mirrie Waters Juliet Hugo Colleen Hamilton Judy Willoughby Vicki Thwaites Ros & Simone Perks Julie Michelmore Norma Estcourt-Hughes Anne Tolley Lisa Grant Jane Hogarth & Susie Herzberg Barb McLeay & Sally Rasmussen Jen Ramsay Jillian Wilson Jenny Menz Anne Sykes Sylvia Lenthall Deb Wallman Jill McEwin Alison McCole Juliet Hugo & Jill McEwin Not played in 2016 Not played in 2016 Jill McEwin Cathy McAuliffe