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CO N T E N T S Contact Details........................................................................ 3 General Information ............................................................... 7 Club Professional .................................................................... 7 Rules of Dress ......................................................................... 8 Visitors ..................................................................................... 9 General Conditions and Rules................................................ 9 Etiquette ................................................................................ 10 Membership .......................................................................... 11 Competition By-Laws .......................................................... 14 Golf Competitions & How they are played ......................... 16 Major Competitions .............................................................. 22 Pennants (Male).................................................................... 27 Women’s Committee ............................................................. 28 Women’s Program ................................................................. 30 Pennants (Women) ............................................................... 34 Social Calendar ..................................................................... 38 Membership Listing ............................................................ 108 Reciprocal Clubs ........................................ Inside Back Cover S PO N S OR S Telstra .................................................................................................13 Paramount Fitness .............................................................................24 City to Surf Electrical .......................................................................39 Happy Valley Foodland .....................................................................42 Elite Printing Studio ..........................................................................47 Air Diffusion Agencies ......................................................................49 JSA Accounting .................................................................................58 Allen Jewellers ...................................................................................70 Rams Home Loans .............................................................................75 Peats Soil and Garden Supplies ........................................................81 Professional s.......................................................................................95 IPMG.................................................................................................101 Wild Cards and Gifts .......................................................................103 A.R.M. Security Services ................................................................104 Jetset Travel .....................................................................................107 Reynella Mazda.................................................................. Back Cover This programme is subject to alteration, in which case notice will be posted in the Clubhouse.


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MEMBERS H MEMBERS HANDBOOK ANDBOOK SEASON SEA S O N 22014 0 1 3- 2015 – 2014 Reynell Road, Happy Valley Reynell Road, Happy Valley South Australia South Australia

Postal ADDRESS POSTAL Address PO PO Box Box 243, 243, Happy Happy Valley Valley South Australia 5159 South Australia 5159 TELEPHONE: 8381 Telephone: 83811822 1822oror8381 83811878 1878 RO S HOP : 8381 3300 P Pro Shop: 8381 3300 FACSIMILE: 8322 Facsimilie: 83223380 3380 MAIL : info@vinesgolfclub.com.au E Email: info@vinesgolfclub.com.au WEB: www.vinesofreynella.com.au Web: www.vinesgolfclub.com.au FFICE HOURS: 9am – 5pm Monday – Friday) (O (Office Hours: 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday) 33


COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT PRESIDENT: Mr D.J. Johnson

CAPTAIN: Mr B.J. Phillips

VICE-PRESIDENTS: D. King R.W. Virgo D. Jolly Mrs R.A. Corbett S. Beaty

GENERAL MANAGER: Neil Mackenzie

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SUB - COMMITTEES MATCH: B.J. Phillips (Captain) W.P. Corbett (Vice Captain) Mrs K. Rama (Women’s Captain) Mrs H. Brereton (Women’s Vice Captain)

FINANCE: D.King (Chairperson) R. Dickson

COURSE: R.W. Virgo (Chairperson) M. Clark R.Bell

MEMBERSHIP & HOSPITALITY: D. Jolly (Chairperson) WOMEN’S GOLF SUB COMMITTEE Mrs R.A. Corbett (Chairperson) Mrs K. Rama Mrs H. Brereton

COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES S. Beaty (Chairperson) R. Gorton Ms C. Haywood

HANDICAPPER: B.J. Phillips 5


THE ENJOYMENT OF GOLF depends a great deal on the co-operation, consideration and courtesy extended by fellow competitors. What is true of the game also applies to Club Membership. The spirit and image of a Golf Club is projected by the way fellow members show respect, courtesy and consideration for one another. This courtesy and consideration should be extended to the choice of dress generally and in the standard of conduct on the course and in the Clubhouse. The standards of a Golf Club may be judged by the etiquette of its members. It is always better to give a point rather than take one. “For when the one great scorer comes to write against your name, it will not be that you won or lost, but how you played the game�.

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Established in 1925, the Club has a ne reputation for upholding the GENERA tradition of the game of golf.L IN FOR M ATION

GENERA L INFORMATION IN FOR M ATION GENERAL

Members areinexpected be conversant with the rules set by Established 1925, thetoClub has a ne reputation for upholding the the Club of andthe togame observe the etiquette of the game, ensuring that tradition of golf. Established in 1925, the Club has a ne reputation for upholding the the Vines Golf Club of Reynella retains its status as an excellent ofare theexpected game ofto golf. ttradition Membersof be conversant with the rulesand set the by well example a Club dedicated to the enjoyment of golf the Club and to observe of the ensuring being of itsare Members. Members expected tothe beetiquette conversant withgame, the rules set bythat M GolftoClub of Reynella retains an excellent the Vines Club and observe the etiquette of its thestatus game,asensuring that tthe Membersofare encouraged to introduce guests/visitors to the a Club to the enjoyment of golf thecourse. well the Vines Golf Clubdedicated of Reynella retains its status as anand excellent texample The green fees paid will assist in maintaining the course for all being of its example of aMembers. Club dedicated to the enjoyment of golf and the well Members. Visitors remain the responsibility of the introducing being of itsare Members. b Members encouraged to introduce guests/visitors course. member who is liable for any loss or damage that mayto bethe caused by The green fees paid will assist in maintaining the course for all the guest/visitor. Members are encouraged to introduce guests/visitors to the course. M Members. Visitors the responsibility thecourse introducing The green fees paidremain will assist in maintainingofthe for all Mobile phones the Clubhouse should be restricted and where by member who is in liable for any or damage that be caused Members. Visitors remain theloss responsibility of themay introducing M possible calls should be made in the foyer or verandah areas. Mobile the guest/visitor. member who is liable for any loss or damage that may be caused by phone use on the golf course is discouraged. guest/visitor. tthe Mobile phones in the Clubhouse should be restricted and where A Personal Insurance (PIP) isfoyer provided for nancial members possible calls should madecover in the verandah areas. Mobile Mobile phones in thebe Clubhouse should beorrestricted and where M only, the does not provide in any respect for members phonebut use oncover the golf course possible calls should be madeisindiscouraged. the foyer or verandah areas. Mobile p property or equipment. Members are strongly urged to obtain phone use on the golf course cover is discouraged. p A Personal Insurance is provided forornancial appropriate insurance (PIP) cover for their equipment personalmembers effects. only, but the cover does not provide in any respect for members members A Personal Insurance (PIP) cover is provided for nancial The consumption of alcohol is permitted on theurged course subject property areinstrongly obtain to only, but or theequipment. cover does Members not provide any respect fortomembers the licence held by thecover club,for providing that the players conduct appropriate insurance their or personal effects. property or equipment. Members are equipment strongly urged to obtain p does not impose on other players. Excessive abuse of this privilege appropriate insurance cover is forpermitted their equipment or personal effects. The consumption of alcohol on the course subject to will attract disciplinary action by the Committee of Management. the licence held by the club, providing that the players conduct The consumption of alcohol is permitted on the course subject to not impose players. Excessive of thisconduct privilege the licence held on by other the club, providing that abuse the players tdoes will disciplinary action by the Committee ofof Management. doesattract not impose on other players. Excessive abuse this privilege CLU B PROF E S S ION AL will attract disciplinary action by the Committee of Management. w Your Club professional is an integral and vital part of the Club and CLU B PROF E S S ION AL PROFESSIONAL as such should be CLUB given every opportunity to supply all your golng CLU B PROF E S S ION AL requisites from his store. Your Club professional is an integral and vital part of the Club and Tuition arranged appointment telephoneto8381 3300. your golng as such should beby given every opportunity Your Club professional is an integral and vitalsupply part ofallthe Club and Y requisites from be hisgiven store.every opportunity to supply all your golng as such should requisites from hisbystore. Tuition arranged appointment telephone 8381 3300. Tuition arranged by appointment 7 telephone 8381 3300.

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RRULES U LES OF DR E S S OF DRESS DRESS Members and their visitors are expected to present themselves suitably attired and neatly dressed at all times on the course and within the Clubhouse. Children accompanied and supervised by an adult will be considered suitably attired providing their clothing and footwear is clean and tidy. IN THE CLUBHOUSE • Dress in the Clubhouse shall be neat, clean and tidy, however, tanktops, football and surf shorts, tracksuits and drawstring apparel are not permitted in the Clubhouse. • Appropriate footwear must be worn at all times however rubber thongs and shoes of the type worn on the course are not permitted in the Clubhouse. • Entry to the Clubhouse without correct footware is prohibited. (exemptions may apply with Committee approval). Males: Foot wear (shoes) must be worn. Socks must be worn with shoes, boots etc. however sandals may be worn without socks. ON THE COURSE • Must be appropriate for the game of golf. • Denim jeans, T-shirts, sun tops, tank tops, tracksuits, draw string apparel and football type shorts and clothing with excessive advertising is not permitted. • Shirts must have a collar, unless specically designed as golf attire. • Shirts shall be worn tucked in, unless they are specically tailored for wear outside of trousers/shorts. • Socks (predominantly white), must be worn at all times when wearing shorts. • Soft Spike or Soft Sole Golf Shoes must be worn at all times. The Committee and those delegated by the Committee will interpret the dress rules and their decision will be nal. The Manager and staff members, the Club Professional and his staff, have been delegated by the Committee of Management to ensure these dress standards are maintained.

CLUB CLU B UNIFORM U N IFOR M Members representing the Club in interclub or special events shall, where practicable, wear the Club uniform that incorporates the ofcial club insignia & colours.

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I NTRO D U CI NG VI S ITOR S TO TO THE THE C LU B VIS TH ECLUB INTRODUCING VISITORS Members may introduce visitors to the Club at any time, into the Clubhouse, or on the course under the following conditions: 1. If a visitor is introduced for the purpose of playing golf, a Green Fee must be paid to play and a visitor Bag Tag and a Receipt must be carried. 2. A member introducing a visitor to the Club is responsible for the conduct of that visitor, both in the Clubhouse and on the course and is also responsible for the payment of fees/charges applicable to a visiting player. 3. A Club appointed ranger will check for green fee payments from time to time. Should a member accompany a visitor who has failed to pay a green fee, a fee as determined by the Committee will be charged to that member (payable within 7 days). 4. Generally, the course is closed to playing visitors on Saturdays, other than members or reciprocal clubs. 5. Members of “Club Advantage” afliated clubs may play on competition days within their category of membership at their home club upon the presentation of required identication. 6. Children under the age of 10 years are not permitted on the course unless with the prior approval of the Committee or the Manager.

GE NER A L CO N DITION S & & RULES R UL E S GGENERAL ENERA CONDITIONS 1. Players must conform to the direction of signage about the course. 2. Golf bags, ride on buggies and hand carts are not permitted on the greens or tees with paths being used to navigate about the tee areas. 3. Sand buckets must be carried and used as required by the Club. 4. Rakes are to be left in the at areas in bunkers, away from bunker margins, pointing in the direction of play. 5. The Club has a heat and extreme weather policy. Womens and mens heat policy for competition play differ. Players must be conversant with these policies, copies of which are displayed in the local rule notice box, on the verandah adjacent the 1st tee. 6. Members are advised that when State or Major events are held at the Club, limited playing times may be available at Blackwood, Flagstaff Hill and Thaxted Park for members to play on these courses. Booking sheets will be placed on the Notice Board one or two weeks in advance of the day of play. Members are requested not to contact those clubs directly, as all available tee places will be listed on the booking sheet.

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7. Members (CAT A, B, C,) wishing to avail themselves of a game at a “Club Advantage” golf club, must however book directly through the Pro Shop at the Club where the intend to visit. 8. PRACTICE - Practice is not permitted on areas other than the practice fairway, pitching green and the practice putting green. All practice rounds must be played from white markers unless otherwise authorised by the Match Committee or Club Manager. The Club Professional shall have priority on the practice fairway while conducting lessons or while collecting practice balls. 9. All Men’s Club competitions shall be played from the blue, white gold tee markers and all Women’s competitions from the red or green tee markers, unless otherwise advised. 10. PAR AND STABLEFORD COMPETITIONS – When a player has exhausted the number of strokes at a hole to secure a win, a half or a point, he/she must immediately pick-up. 11. ELECTRONIC MEASURING DEVICES (hand held or on ride on carts) may be used during competition play under a “Golf Australia” ruling.

ET I Q U ET T E ON COUR S E ETIQUETTE ON THE THE COURSE 1. Members shall afford the President and Captain the courtesy of the rst tee and shall extend such privileges on other parts of the course. 2. In any game the player with the lowest handicap is deemed to be the Captain of that group and is responsible for the observance of all rules and etiquette of that day. 3. The Captain of each group is responsible for the avoidance of slow play. 4. Members are to be fully acquainted with Section 1 of the Rules of Golf dealing with etiquette which covers such points as: • Interference to a player when addressing the ball. • Safety – players in front being out of range. • Smoothing out the sand prior to leaving the bunker. • Repairing divot marks and plug marks, etc. • Care with agstick, etc., not to damage greens. • Immediately leaving green after putting out. • Priority on the course for different types of match play. 5. Speed of Play: (a) Players should play as quickly as they reasonably can at all times. (b) Should players fail to keep their place so that they fall behind the players in front by a clear hole, they shall give way to the following players. If they fail to give way it shall be the

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duty of the players being held up to notify the players ahead that they intend to go through, and the players ahead shall immediately allow them to do so. (c) Players habitually offending by slow play may be placed at the end of the eld or penalised by the Match Committee. SAND BUCKETS – All members are required to carry and use sand buckets for repair of divot marks on fairways, tees and in the rough. PRACTICE FAIRWAY – When using the practice fairway balls may only be hit in an easterly direction. A total ban has been placed on balls being hit onto the 4th fairway. Extreme care should be taken to prevent injury to persons on the practice fairway and all adjacent areas. RIDE ON VEHICLES (Electric/Motorised) Ride on carts are available for hire by any player and may be used by participants involved in competition play, except when the following major events are being played or when the Match Committee decides that vehicles will not be permitted to be driven or ridden upon for a particular event. • All Club Championship events (male and female) • Vardon/Pennant events An exemption may be granted to a player to use a vehicle where a suitable medical certicate is required/presented and accepted by a Match Committee meeting prior to the event. Restriction on the use of vehicles on the course due to hot weather, course conditions etc may be imposed from time to time by the Committee or at the discretion of the Manager or Course Superintendent. Members are urged to contact the ofce/pro shop to enquire if vehicles are permitted to be used on days or severe heat or when the course may be rain affected. Vehicles must not at anytime approach within 10 metres of any green and must stay well clear of bunker edges, newly laid turf or the like.

MMEMBERS EM B ER S CATEGORIES CATE G OR IE S & PL PLAYING & AY IN G RIGHTS R IG HTS Category A - 7 days (Monday to Sunday inclusive) Category B - 6 days (Sunday to Friday inclusive) Category C - 5 days (Monday to Friday inclusive) Category D - Junior (a person between the age of 10 years and 21 years). Note – Golf Australia events limit the maximum age of Juniors to under 18 years of age. Category D1 - Junior (a person between the ages of 10-16 years).

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Category E - Non playing member (may use Clubhouse and practice facilities and may play golf not more than 6 times per year on the Course subject to the payment of green fees at Members introduced rate). Category E members have no ofcial Golf Australia handicap and therefore cannot participate in a competition. Category F - Country and interstate members (playing rights - 12 games per season). Category G - Temporary member (playing rights - Category A). Category I - 9 Hole Playing Membership (conditions apply). Category J - Playing membership with no handicap are only able to play outside of competition times (Monday to Friday). Sponsored Juniors – children under the age of 10 years may be admitted by the Committee of Management as sponsored juniors subject to certain conditions. Contact the ofce for details of this scheme. All above membership categories playing rights apply as shown, except when a competition for the opposite sex is being conducted and at such other times as determined by the Committee. MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES AND PLAYING RIGHTS Membership colour codes: Yellow Category CategoryAA(7 (7day) day) Yellow Blue Category Blue Category B (6 day) B (6 day) Red Category Red Category C (5 day) C (5 day) Green Green D Junior D Junior Silver 9 Hole Silver 9 hole All members who have playing rights are required to have a valid Membership identication bag tag attached to his or her golf bag or buggy when playing the course. The identication bag tag must be prominently displayed. RESIGNATION Any member intending to withdraw from the Club must tender a written letter of resignation signed by that member on or before 30th September or shall remain liable for the membership subscription for the ensuing year.

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CO M PET I TION BY– L AWS COMPETITION BY-LAWS 1. The Rules of the game of golf and the Local Rules of The Vines Golf Club of Reynella shall apply. Local Rules are printed on the score card and on the Local Rules board in the starter’s ofce. 2. All competitions are under the control of the Match Committee and its decision is nal. Ties in any competition shall be decided in a manner prescribed by that Committee. Other than where special conditions apply, the count back system will be adopted. 3. Except where a Pennant Match is in progress or when a match play-off has been arranged, players in competitions have priority on the course. 4. For the competitions, other than drawn events, starting times are to be booked by Members on the time sheet provided. Competitors should be ready at the starting tee twelve (12) minutes prior to the time booked. Failure to be ready at the booked time may result in competitors being relegated to the end of the eld or in the case of a major event, disqualication. 5. Entrance fee for all competitions will be set from time to time by the Committee. 6. The Club Professional, or in the Club Professional’s absence some other person authorised by the Committee, will be in control of the tees on competition days, to receive the competition entrance fee and to dispatch the eld. 7. No Member may compete in any competition unless their subscription is paid. 8. During competition play, non competitors are not permitted to play within the eld. 9. To enter a competition, competitors must register in a manner as directed by the Match Committee either electronically, in a registration book or by book entry or form and pay theand pay the (Gol ink), in a registration by entry form appropriate entry fee or risk disqualication. 10. Competitors in all competitions must lodge their own score cards complete with the name and current handicap properly marked and signed by the marker and competitor. ‘Golink’ numbers are required to be placed on scorecards. All cards must be returned to the Pro ProShop Sho immediately upon leaving the last green, unless the player has withdrawn. Failure to comply with this Rule in every respect will disqualify the competitor. Competitors must return score cards for all individual events for handicapping purposes. 11. Handicap limit is 36 for male Members and 45 for female Members. Where competitions are played in grades, “A” grade shall included players with handicaps from scratch (or better) to 12 for male Members and scratch to 18 for female Members,

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“B” grade with handicaps from 13 to 18 for male Members and 19 to 26 for female Members, “C” Grade with handicaps from 19 to 36 for male Members and 27 to 45 for female Members. Male Members on 28 or more are reminded that this is a Club handicap only and when playing in competitions away must play off 27. Honour Board Events will require that Male Members’ handicaps will not exceed 27 and that Female Members’ handicaps will not exceed 36. All handicapping will be carried out in accordance with the procedure laid down by Golf Australia. 12. All matches in knock-out competitions must be completed on or before the dates specied and on current handicaps even when playing a previous tie. 13. No entry for drawn events will be accepted after the closing date of entries unless by special approval of the Match Committee. Closing date for all such events will be shown on the entry sheet on the notice board. Entry fee must accompany entry form for events that require a fee to be paid. 14. All complaints shall be made in writing to the Manager, who shall investigate the same, and make a report thereon to the Match Committee. ENTITLEMENTS OF TROPHIES Unnancial members are ineligible to win a Club trophy or prize. Trophies must be redeemed within 3 calendar months of the event. COUNT BACK METHOD OF DECIDING TIES. 1. In 18 hole events the best score for the last 9 holes (ie holes 1018) shall be used. If still tied, the best score for the last 6 holes or if still tied, the last 3 holes. If a tie remains, then scores are compared hole by hole from the 18th. 2. In 27, 36 and 72 hole events the last 18 holes shall be used. If a tie remains, count back as above applies. 3. In handicap events the relevant handicap or fraction thereof shall be applied. DISCONTINUANCE OF PLAY (DANGER TO PLAYERS) Where there is a danger to players on the course (ie lightning, high winds etc) or in the opinion of the Committee or delegated ofcial the course is deemed to be unplayable, the siren will sound in accordance with the directions as printed on the scorecard and Local Rules.

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Golf Competitions and How They Are Played These notes are only intended to assist in the general concept of how various competitions are played. They must be read in conjunction with the Rules of Golf and in particular the Match Committee shall lay down the conditions under which a competition is to be played (Rule 33). Stroke The score at each hole is entered on the scorecard, totalled and the player’s full handicap deducted. The player who completes the stipulated round in the least nett strokes will be the winner. Usually a gross winner is also determined. Par In Par play the score is entered on the card in the same way as in stroke play with the exception that where the score exceeds par for the hole, after allowing for handicap stroke (if the player is in receipt of one) the score should not be written in. It is the custom that when a player is beaten by Par, the ball shall be picked up. This helps speed up play. After entering the stroke score on the card, the result is marked in the column provided with a ‘+’ sign for a win, an ‘0’ for a half and a ‘-’ for a loss. At the end of the round the plus and minus signs are added and the nett result written in as so many ‘up’, ‘down’ or ‘all square’. A player is allowed his full stroke handicap and the strokes are taken at holes as indicated on the stroke index on the card. Where the handicap is more than 18, two strokes will be allowed on the number of holes that the handicap exceeds 18. These strokes will be taken in the same order as followed for the rst 18 holes unless the index goes beyond 18. Stableford This system of scoring by points was introduced by Dr. Stableford of the Wallasey Golf Club (Liverpool, England) in 1932 and has become very popular The popular method of playing a Stableford competition is for the player to take strokes at holes as in a Par competition using full handicap and to score points on the nett result at each hole. At the end of the round all points scored are added up and the player having the highest number of points is the winner. In scoring, after allowing for handicaps, a player who scores par receives 2 points, for 1 over par 1 point; for a birdie or 1 under par, 3 points; for an eagle or 2 under par, 4 points, and so on.

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For example, a player receiving a stroke on a par 4 hole scores 4 giving him a nett 3; for this he receives 3 points. A player at a par 3 hole scores a 4 but does not receive a stroke; for this he would receive 1 point. Four Ball Best Ball v’s Par Two players play as partners each taking strokes at holes as in a par competition. If one of the partners wins a hole and the other halves it, only the win is counted. If one halves a hole with par and the other lloses it, only the half is counted and so on. Plus, half and minus signs are added at the end of the round and recorded as in an ordinary par competition. In a four-ball handicap event care must be taken to mark the scores of each player in separate columns headed by initials of the player. If tthe scores are mixed and it is impossible for the Committee to check tthe card, the players will be disqualied. Four Ball Best Ball v’s Stableford Played in exactly the same manner as above except that the better ball of the partnership will be credited with points instead of plus, b half or minus. In four-ball events players should discontinue play of tthe hole if they cannot better their partner’s score. Foursomes Two players play as partners and use one ball. The partners strike off alternately from the tee and thereafter strike the ball alternately during the play at each hole. Scoring is done as for a stroke round and the total is subject to a deduction of half the partner’s aggregate handicaps. NOTE: If either incurs a penalty stroke it does not alter the rotation of play. In a foursome stroke play competition which consists of more tthan one stipulated round the order of play may be changed between rounds unless the Committee has laid down as a condition of play tthat the original order of play must be preserved throughout the competition. General All the foregoing competitions are forms of stroke play and subject to A tthe Rules governing stroke play. Special rules for par and stableford competitions are set out in Rule 32. Rule 31 covers the special rules for four-ball par and stableford competitions. Foursomes may be played under either stroke play rules or match play conditions and Rule 29 is relevant to foursome’s events. p

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Other Competitions In addition to the competitions listed above, many clubs conduct competitions that are not specically covered in the Rules of Golf. Some of the more popular types of play are listed below, together with suggestions regarding methods of conducting those events. It cannot be too strongly emphasised however, that since these competitions are not covered by the Rules of Golf, the Committee must carefully lay down in advance and publish the conditions of play. The State Association will not, except in the most exceptional circumstances, give a decision on any query submitted when play is conducted otherwise than in accordance with the rules. It is also emphasised that singles events cannot be held in conjunction with four-ball events as the Rules do not allow a player to be simultaneously a fellow-competitor and a partner. A similar prohibition applies to playing a stroke round and a match play round concurrently. Mixed Four Ball Best Ball Par or Stableford These games are played as described previously, except that the woman plays from her own tees, uses her own scorecard, local rules, etc. The result is only transferred to her partner’s card when her score for the hole is better than his. Care must be taken when checking the card to refer to the women’s index when dealing with holes halved or won by her. Mixed Foursomes Mixed Foursomes are played in the same manner as foursomes except that the women use their own tees and observe their own local rules when it is their turn to play. The Committee should lay down a condition of play whether the male or female is required to play from the rst tee, and in competitions played under stroke conditions, and consisting of more than one stipulated round, whether this order is to be preserved. Canadian Foursomes Played as above, except that both players play tee shots at every hole and afterwards continue with whichever ball they nominate, with the partner playing the second stroke. Handicap allowance is 3/8 of aggregate stroke handicap. Pinehurst Foursomes Both players play tee shots at each hole, and then play a second stroke with their partner’s ball. One ball is then selected and play proceeds as in foursomes with the owner of the ball selected playing the third stroke. Handicap allowance is 3/8 of aggregate stroke handicap for stroke competitions.

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Medley Competition Played as four ball - either Par or Stableford - but two men or two women play on 3/4 of their stroke handicap using their own card or full handicap using the men’s card. Ambrose Competition A Team Stroke Event usually played by a group of four but can be any number. On every hole, each member of the team may hit a tee shot. The team then selects one of the tee shots from which to play. All members of the team may then hit from that position. This procedure is repeated until the ball is holed. Team members can play in any order at any time. Tee Shots: 4 ball - Each team member’s tee shot must be used at least THREE(3) times per eighteen (18) holes. 3 ball - Each team member’s tee shot must be used at least FOUR (4) times per eighteen (18) holes. 2 ball - Each team member’s tee shot must be used at leas SIX (6) times per eighteen (18) holes. The scorer must record whose tee shot was used on each hole. Selected Shot The position of the selected shot is marked. Each player may then place their ball within one club length of the marked position, no closer to the hole and play from this position. If the selected shot is on the fairway, in the rough, the fringe of the green or in a hazard, the ball must be placed within one (1) club length of the elected shot, no closer to the hole and must remain on the fairway, the rough, the fringe of the green or in the hazard. In a sand bunker, the sand may be raked prior to any ball being placed. On the Putting Green: The position of the selected ball is marked. Other team members may then place their ball within one putter head length of the marked position, no closer to the hole and putt from this position. To speed up play a player may hole out on the green. Scorecard: The scorecard must show each team member’s handicap and must be signed by the marker and countersigned by one other team member.

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HANDICAPS: Four groups of four, one eighth of the total team handicap is used. For groups of three, one sixth is used and for a two ball one quarter. Flag Competition Competition Flag The score taken on each hole is entered on a card as in a stroke round. When a player has completed a number of strokes equal to the par of the course (as shown on the score card) plus his stroke handicap, he will have nished the round. The rst player to start in the competition will carry the ag (mounted on a stick) and plant it on the spot where his ball lay at the nish to the round. If the ball is in the rough the ag may be planted at the side of the fairway, but no nearer the hole. If a subsequent player has not nished his round when he reaches the ag, he carries it with him, and replants it when he reaches the end of his strokes. The winner is the player who carries the ag the longest distance from the rst tee and it normally happens that the nal position is somewhere beyond the 18th green usually on the 1st or 2nd hole. When the competition is played in two or more divisions, two or more ags, clearly marked will be necessary. NOTE: Players are required to complete full 18 holes. Match Play Match play is second only to stroke play as the most popular form of competition in golf. In fact, match play and stroke play are the bedrock forms of competition. And there are many different ways to play match play, all built around its core principle: players (or teams) compete to win individual holes, with the side winning the most holes, with the side winning the most holes claiming the match. Here is an introduction to those match play formats. Singles Match Play Singes match play pits Player A against Player B, hole after hole. If Player A scores a 4 on the rst hole while Player B records a 5, Player A wins the hole. Ties are called “halves”; a match that is all square (or tied) after 18 holes continues until there is a winner. Fourball Match Play In Fourballs, each side consists of two players. Each player plays his or her own ball throughout the round. On each hole, the low ball of the two players serves as that side’s score. For example, on the rst hole for Team A, Player 1 scores a 4 and Player 2 scores a 5, so the team score is 4. If Team A gets a 4 while Team B scores 5, the Team A wins the hole. Foursomes Match Play Foursomes match play is one of the best-known forms of match play.

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It’s not very common as a format used among friends during a casual round of golf, however. Foursomes pits 2-person teams against each other, with each team playing one ball, alternate shot. Example: Player A and Player B are partners. On the rst hole, A tees off; B plays the second shot; A plays the third shot; and so on until the ball is holed. The lower of the two teams’ scores win the hole. Handicap allowances can be applied for the various Four Ball competitions.

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MA J O R CO M P E TITION S -–MALE M AL E MAJOR COMPETITIONS CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP (DR M.E. GOODE TROPHY), ‘B’ AND ‘C’ GRADE CUP The Club Championship trophy is named after the founding Club President at the establishment of the Club in 1925 who remained in the position until 1932. Stroke play over 72 holes (All grades). VETERANS CHAMPIONSHIP (JACK DINHAM TROPHY) The Veterans trophy is named after the rst greenkeeper at the new Marino Golf Course at Reynella, although Jack was greenkeeper at the old 9 hole “Cement Hill” course in 1959. He retired in 1967. (a) Played in conjunction with the Club Championship (b) Open to all entrants in the Club Championship over 55 years of age on or before rst day of event. (c) Stroke play over 72 holes JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP (DOUG COATES CUP) Cup donated by Mr D.E. Coates, a long time supporter of Junior Golf. Played in conjunction with the Club Championship. (a) Age limit – under 18 on rst day of event. (b) No entry fee. (c) Winner of the Junior Championship will be the Club Junior Champion. (d) Stroke play over 72 holes (e) In the event of a tie, a play-off over 1st, 9th and 10th holes. If still a tie, decision by sudden death. Play to be over two weekends, Saturday 18th October, Sunday 19th October, Saturday 25th October and Sunday 26th October. Match committee will announce times and format prior to the event. MEN’S FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIP (DEREK SIBBIN TROPHY) The Men’s Foursomes Championship trophy named after Derek Sibbin, former Club Champion (1965) and four time winner of the Men’s Foursomes event (1966, 68, 70 & 75) Stroke play over 36 holes, Sunday 10th August 2014 (a) Entrance fee must accompany entry form – open to Category A, B, D, Veteran, Hon. Life – Ballot may be held if excessive entries received.

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(b) Entries close Sunday 27th July 2014. (c) In the event of a tie, a play-off over 1st, 9th and 10th holes. If still a tie, decision by sudden death. (b)the Entries Sunday July event, 2014. the winner will be (d) In event close of a tie in the 27th handicap (c) In the of a tie, a play-off over 1st, 9th and 10th holes. If decided byevent countback. still a tie,shall decision by sudden (e) Competitors reverse order ofdeath. hit-off for 2nd 18 holes. (d) In the event of a tie in the handicap event, the winner will be decided MATCH by countback. PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP (e) Competitors reverse of hit-off 2nd 18 holes. (a) Open to Categoryshall ‘A’, “D’, Fullorder Veteran’, ‘Hon.forLife’. (b) Qualifying over 36 holes, 1st Round 15th March 2014, PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP 2nd Round 22ndMATCH March 2014. (a) Open16toplayers Category ‘A’, “D’, Full Veteran’, ‘Hon. (c) Leading in each grade gross (‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’) Life’. after 36 (b) Qualifying 36 holes, 1stfor Round March holes qualify forover matchplay. Ties 16th15th position play2014, off prior 2ndmatchplay Round 22nd March 2014. to rst round. (c) Leading 16matchplay players in AM eachSunday grade gross ‘B’,2014, ‘C’) after 36 (d) First round of 23rd (‘A’, March holesFinals qualify for matchplay. Ties for 16th position play off prior Quarter PM. tonal rst on matchplay (e) Semi Saturdayround. 29th March 2014. (d) First round30th of matchplay AM 1st Sunday 23rdmorning March 2014, (f) Final – Sunday March 2014, 18 holes – 2nd 18 Finals PM. holes in Quarter afternoon. Championship trophy presentation follows Semiclose nal Friday on Saturday 29th March play.(e) Entries 14th March 2014. 2014. (f) Final – Sunday 30th March 2014, 1st 18 holes morning – 2nd 18 holes in afternoon. Championship trophy presentation follows MIXED FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIP play. Entries close Friday 14th March 2014. (MURRAY HARROLD TROPHY) The Mixed Foursomes Championships trophy is dedicated MIXED FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIP to Murray Harrold, President of the Club (1988 – 1991) and (MURRAY TROPHY) tireless worker especially in theHARROLD area of water collection and The Mixed Foursomes Championships trophy is dedicated irrigation. to Murray of the – 1991) Stroke play overHarrold, 36 holes,President to be played overClub two (1988 Sundays, 23rd and worker 30thtireless November 2014.especially in the area of water collection and irrigation. (a) Entrance fee must accompany entry form – open to Category A, Stroke over Hon. 36 holes, B, C, D,play Veteran, Life.to be played over two Sundays, 23rd and 30th November 2014.9th November 2014. (b) Entries close Sunday (a)the Entrance must accompany form open holes. to Category A, (c) In event offee a tie, a play-off overentry 1st, 9th and– 10th If C, decision D, Veteran, Hon. Life. still aB,tie, by sudden death. (b)the Entries Sunday November (d) In event close of a tie in the 9th handicap event,2014. the winner will be (c) In the of a tie, a play-off over 1st, 9th and 10th holes. If decided byevent countback. still a tie, decision by sudden death.Golf Club Trophy. (e) Handicap winners to receive the Emu (d) In the event of a tie in the handicap event, the winner will be decided by countback. (e) Handicap winners to receive the Emu Golf Club Trophy.

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FATHER & SON CUP (INCORPORATING FAMILY PAIRS CUP) Father & Son Trophy – H.A. Harris Trophy rst played in 1933. 4BBB Stableford, Sunday 20th July 2014. (a) 18 holes handicap event open to a father & son who are both members of the Vines Golf Club (b) Family Pairs Cup held in conjunction, is open to players with ofcial Golf Australia handicaps, one of whom is a member of The Vines Golf Club. Entrants in this category must be related or married/partners in life. (c) Entries close Sunday 29th June 2014 at 5pm. (d) In the event of a tie, the winners of both competitions will be decided by countback. (e) Entry fee must accompany the entry form. MONTHLY MEDAL GRADE WINNERS TOURNAMENT Nett stroke play over 18 holes – Saturday. All Saturday monthly medal winners from March 2014 – February 2015 are eligible. No entry fee payable HUGH BELL TROPHY Named after Hugh Bell – South Australian Amateur Champion (1970) and eight times club champion and Life Member of the club. Open to all ‘A’ grade golfers, the trophy is the aggregate of four monthly medal stroke rounds (gross) March – June 2014. The Match Committee will decide the winner by countback in the event of ties. No entry fee is payable. THE JOHN CROSBY VINES AMATEUR VARDON TROPHY EVENT The event is named after John Crosby OAM form Captain, President and long term member of the committee and Life Member of the club who was elected to the position of President of the Australian Golf Union. An open event Stroke play over 36 holes. TBC - 8 Feb, 2015.

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PROGRAMME WWINTER I NT ER PRO GR AM M E 22014 013 -–MALE M AL E SERIAL COMPETITION Hugh Bell Trophy – 4 x gross stroke aggregate round 1st March, 5th April, 3rd May, 31st May (Saturdays) President’s Trophy – match play 21st June – qualifying (16 players) (Saturday) 27th July – 1st round (Sunday) 24th August– quarter nal013 (Sunday) W I NT ER PRO GR AM M E 2 – M AL E 21st September – semi nal (Sunday) 28th September – nal (Sunday) COMPETITION Captain’s Trophy –SERIAL 4 x nett stroke play aggregate rounds Hugh Bell Trophy(Saturdays) – 4 x gross stroke aggregate round30th August, 5th July, 2nd August, 1st March, 5th April, 3rdSeptember May, 31st May (Saturdays) 27th President’s Trophy – match play Vice Captain’s Trophy SUMMER PROGRAMME 2013/2014 – MALE 21st June 6th – qualifying (16 players) (Saturday) (Sundays) July, 3rd August, 31st August, 27th July – 1st round (Sunday) 28th September 24th August– quarter nal (Sunday) Golf Professionals21st Trophy - COMPETITIONS SERIAL September – semi nal (Sunday) Life Member’s Summer (Wednesdays) August, September, Cup – 42nd rounds nett stroke3rd aggregate. 28th September –July, nal6th (Sunday) Captain’s 1st October The Cup is sponsored by Mr Max Venables (Liferounds Member Trophy – 4 x nett stroke play aggregate 1st November, 6th(Saturdays) December 2014, 3rd January, 7th 30th February 5th July, 2nd August, August, 2015 (Saturdays). 27th September Summer 4BBBPROGRAMME Stableford – Captain’s Summer Trophy SUMMER 2013/2014 – –MALE 16SUMMER leading pairs toPROGRAMME qualify for fourball match play. 2014/2015 - MALE 20th September – Qualifying round (Saturday) 12th October – 1st round (Sunday) 9th November –SERIAL quarter COMPETITIONS nals (Sunday) Life4th Member’s Cup (Sunday) – 4 rounds nett stroke aggregate. JanuarySummer – semi nals The15th CupFebruary is sponsored by Mr Max Venables (Life Member – Final (Sunday) 1st November, 6th December 2014, 3rd January, 7th February Summer Par – 4th rounds aggregate Par. 2015 (Saturdays). 13th December 2014, 17th January, 21st February, 14th March Summer 4BBB Stableford – Captain’s Summer Trophy – 2015 (Saturdays). 16 leading pairs to qualify for fourball match play. Sutcliffe/Green Plate – (Vines v’s Southern) 20th September – Qualifying round (Saturday) Sunday 4th May–2014 at Fleurieu Golf Club 12th October 1st round (Sunday) 9th November – quarter nals (Sunday) 4th January – semi nals (Sunday) 15th February – Final (Sunday) Summer Par – 4th rounds aggregate Par. 13th December 2014, 17th January, 21st February, 14th March 2015 (Saturdays). Sutcliffe/Green Plate – (Vines v’s Southern) Sunday 4th May 2014 at Fleurieu Golf Club

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PENNANT MATCHES 2014 - MALE ‘A’ PENNANT (A2) 18th May 25th May 1st June 15th June 22nd June 29th June 6th July

The Vines The Vines The Vines The Vines The Vines The Vines The Vines

FINALS TO BE PLAYED AT THE GRANGE

13th July

vs Flagstaff Hill at Fleurieu vs Mt Osmond at Flagstaff Hill vs West Lakes at Penfield vs Southern at the Vines vs Mid North at Gawler vs Thaxted Park at West Lakes vs Penfield at Thaxted Park

‘B’ PENNANT ( BONNAR CUP) 18th May The Vines vs Blackwood at The Vines 25th May The Vines vs Glenelg At Mt Osmond 1st June The Vines vs Royal Adelaide at The Grange 15th June The Vines vs Tea Tree Gully at Glenelg 22nd June The Vines vs Mt Osmond at Tea Tree Gully 29th June The Vines vs The Grange at Blackwood 6th July The Vines vs Kooyonga at Kooyonga 13th July FINAL - VENUE TBA JUNIOR PENNANT (SHARP CUP) 1st June The Vines vs 15th June The Vines vs 22nd June The Vines vs 29th June The Vines vs 6th July The Vines vs 13th July

The Grange at Kooyonga Westward Ho at The Stirling The Stirling at The Grange Tea Tree Gully at Tea Tree Gully Kooyonga at The Vines

FINAL - VENUE TBA

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WOMEN’S COMMITTEE

VICE PRESIDENT of WOMEN’S GOLF Rose Corbett 8381 1249 CAPTAIN Karen Rama 8387 1430 VICE CAPTAIN Helen Brereton 8276 9591 TREASURER Karen Hender 8387 7869 SECRETARY Bev Cross 8370 5028 COMMITTEE Pam Deacon 8296 8643 Debbie Gill 8370 7315 Linda Pearce 8322 3535 28


WOMEN’S – GSA METROPOLITAN OPEN DAYS 2014 Kooyonga

Tuesday 18th February

4BBB Stableford 8:30am shotgun start

Flagstaff Hill

Thursday 6th March

3BBB Stableford 8:30am shotgun start

The Grange

Tuesday 11th March

3BBB 8:30am shotgun start

Royal Adelaide Tuesday 15th April

3BBB Stableford 8:30am shotgun start

West Lakes Thursday 1st May

Pinehurst Foursomes 9:00am shotgun start

The Stirling Thursday 8th May

Canadian Foursomes 9:00am shotgun start

Mount Osmond Wednesday 21st May

Canadian Foursomes 8:30am shotgun start

Tea Tree Gully Wednesday 13th August

3BBB Stableford 9:00am shotgun start

Thaxted Park

Monday 15th September Canadian Foursomes 9:00am shotgun start The Vines Thursday 2nd October

4BBB Stableford 9:00am shotgun start

Blackwood

Canadian Foursomes 9:00am shotgun start

Tuesday 25th November

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GSA PROGRAM - 2014 DATE

EVENT

VENUE

Mon 17th – Sun 23rd Mar GSA Medal & Amateur Championship Mon 17th Silver & Bronze Blackwood Silver & Bronze Flagstaff Hill Tues 18th Thurs 20th Matchplay Qtr. Finals Kooyonga Matchplay Semi Finals Kooyonga Fri 21st Sun 23rd Matchplay Finals Kooyonga Thurs 3rd-Sun 6th Apr Rene Erichsen Salver Glenelg Tues 22nd-Thurs 24th July GSA 70th Country Week Silver 0-18 Wallaroo Bronze Salver 19-24 Balaklava Bronze Shield 25-32 Port Augusta Bronze Plate 33-45 Bordertown GSA Nora Maskell & Thurs 31st July GSA Bronze Foursomes Trophy Flagstaff Hill GSA State Foursomes TBA Sun 24th Aug SA Business Women’s Champs. North Adelaide Sun 12th Oct Mon 13th/Wed 15th Oct GSA Women’s Open Week Silver & Bronze & Veterans Tea Tree Gully Mon 13th Oct Tues14th Oct Silver & Bronze & Veterans The Grange Foursomes Mount Osmond Wed 15th Oct Fri 7th Nov GSA Seniors Cup Blackwood

WHEN COURSE CLOSED - 2014 GALA DAY 24th April Shotgun Start – Course Closed until 1:00pm NOMADS #1 22nd May 1st tee closed 8:30am to 10:00am 26th May 1st tee closed 7:30am to 10:30am PENNANT A2 23rd June 1st tee closed 8:00am to 10:30am CLEEK 2 HICKORY 23rd June 1st tee closed 10:30am to 12:30am 1st tee closed 8:30am to 10:30am SOUTHERN SHIELD 4th Aug NOMADS #2 14th Aug 1st tee closed 8:30am to 10:00am 2nd Oct Shotgun Start – Course Closed until 1:00pm GSA OPEN DAY 1st tee closed 9:30am to 10:30am 9 HOLE CHALLENGE 20th Nov

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WOMEN’S CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS Tues 19th Aug Qual. Round #1 Course Closed until 1:00pm Thurs 21st Aug Qual. Round #2 Course Closed until 12:30pm Tues 26th Aug Quarter Finals Course Closed until 1:00pm Thurs 28th Aug Semi Finals Course Closed until 12:30pm Fri 29th Aug Finals Course Closed from 8:00am to 10:00am & from 12:00 noon to 1:30pm. WOMEN’S 9 HOLE CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS (Held In Conjunction with Club Championships) Tues19th Aug 1st Round - Front 9 Course Closed until 1:00pm Thurs 21st Aug 2nd Round - Back 9 Course Closed until 12:30pm Fri 29th Aug 3rd Round - Front 9 Course Closed from 8:00am to 10:00am & from 12:00 noon to 1:30pm. WOMEN’S CLUB FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIPS Mon 22nd Sept Qual. Round #1 Tee Closed from 7:30am to 1:00pm Tee Closed from 7:30am to 1:00pm Tues 23rd Sept Qual. Round #2 Tee Closed from 8:30am to 10:30am Thurs 25th Sept Semi Finals Tee Closed from 8:00am to 10:30am Fri 26th Sept Finals & from 12:00 noon to 1:30pm.

WOMEN’S COMPETITION DAY – TUESDAYS Women have course priority on this day, in winter and summer, but are not permitted to play before the competition commences. Competition players take precedence over others. Those women not playing in the competition of the day may hit off immediately following the last players in the competition field, which includes the 9 hole players, at the starters discretion.

WOMEN’S SPECIAL COMPETITION DATES - 2014

Monthly Medal 11/3, 15/4, 6/5, 3/6, 1/7, 29/7 Putting 11/3, 15/4, 6/5, 3/6, 1/7, 29/7 Gretta Haylock Trophy 11/3, 15/4, 6/5, 3/6, 1/7, 29/7, 19/8, 21/8 Women’s President’s Trophy 11/3, 6/5, 1/7, 16/9 Captain and Vice Captain Trophy 18/3, 29/4, 20/5, 8/7 Tom Hardy Memorial Trophy 29/4, 17/6, 8/7, 9/9 Club Professional Trophy 22/4, 13/5, 10/6, 12/8 Club Championship 19/8, 21/8, 26/8, 28/8, 29/8 9 Hole Cup Championship 19/8, 21/8, 29/8 Club Foursomes Championship 22/9, 23/9, 25/9, 26/9 Committee Appreciation Trophy 30/9 Gala Day 24/4 6/5, 3/6, 29/7 GSA International Bowl GSA Laurel Wreath 8/4, 27/5, 24/6, 15/7, 5/8 GSA Shylie Rymill 25/3 Turnbull Salver qualifying 25/3

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Grandmothers Trophy 9/9 Eclectic No. 1 11/3 to 17/6 1/7 to 7/10 Eclectic No. 2 Eclectic 9 holes 1st & 2nd nine 11/3 to 7/10 2/10 GSA The Vines Open Day Closing and Presentation Day 28/10 Melbourne Cup Day 4/11 Members Christmas Party Day 9/12 2015 Opening Day 3/3/2015 The above events could be subject to change. Note White Board in Locker Room.

DETAILS OF PLAY - WOMEN WOMEN’S TUESDAYS COMPETITION Commencement times will be from 7.30am in summer and 8.00am during winter unless otherwise stipulated. DIVISIONS THREE DIVISIONS – 40 or more players Division 1 – A Grade handicap 0 –18 Division 2 – B Grade handicap 19-26 Division 3 – C Grade handicap 27-45 TWO DIVISIONS – 25 to 40 players Division 1 – handicap 0 – 26 Division 2 – handicap 27-45 ONE DIVISION – less than 25 players 9 HOLE COMPETITIONS 9 Hole competitions are played on Tuesday’s after the 18 hole members have teed off. Currently only one Grade playing either front or back 9 course. If 12 or more players, then a front AND back nine competition will be offered. SPECIAL COMPETITIONS For details refer to list on previous pages, including all GSA Events held in South Australia. Except for the Club Championships and the Foursomes Championships the final closing date for all other Special Competitions will be 4th March 2014 at 2.00pm. No late entries accepted. Exceptional circumstances will be considered at Captain’s discretion. CHAMPIONSHIP Entry fee will be $5.00 – entries close Tues 5th August 2014 at 2.00pm. GRADES A Grade – handicap 0 –18 B Grade – handicap 19 - 26 C Grade – handicap 27 -45 There will be two qualifying stroke rounds of 18 holes from which 8 players are to qualify in each grade, followed by matchplay, qtr. final, semi-final and final rounds, held on programmed days.

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TOP QUALIFIER – A GRADE Will receive a perpetual trophy donated by Mr Harry Sinclair. FINAL ROUNDS A Grade will be held over 36 holes B Grade will be held over 27 holes C Grade will be held over 18 holes. VETERANS CUP – 60 and over, all grades. Entry fee $3.00. Nett event played in conjunction with qualifying rounds of Championship. NET AGGREGATE SCORE – ALL GRADES Played in conjunction with qualifying rounds. The winner will receive a perpetual trophy donated by the late Mr Doig in memory of his late wife, Mrs Aileen Doig. GRETTA HAYLOCK STROKE PLAY TROPHY Entry Fee $5.00. Best 5 gross rounds. Best 3 of 6 Monthly Medals and 2 qualifying rounds of Women’s Club Championships. CHAMPIONSHIP PLATE EVENT Plate Event for the Championship non-qualifiers. To qualify for the Plate Event the top 8 nett non-qualifiers across all grades will be selected and will play a knock-out matchplay event on handicap. The Plate Event will be run in conjunction with the Championship quarter finals, semi finals and finals. 9 HOLE CUP CHAMPIONSHIP Official 9 Hole Members only. Three stroke rounds during Club Championships. Winner is best gross aggregate over the 3 stroke rounds. Runner-up is 2nd best gross aggregate over 3 stroke rounds. FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIP Entry fee will be $5.00 each. Entries close 9th September 2014 Will be played over two qualifying rounds of stroke play, followed by match play – semi-final and final rounds. Four pairs to qualify in each grade. A trophy will be presented to the best nett aggregate score. FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIP PLATE EVENT Plate Event for the Championship non-qualifiers. To qualify for the Plate Event the top 8 nett non-qualifiers across all grades will be selected and will play a knock-out matchplay event on handicap. The Plate Event will be run in conjunction with the Foursomes Championship quarter finals, semi finals and finals. GRADES A Grade handicaps 0-18 B Grade handicaps 19-26 C Grade handicaps 27-45 Final rounds will be played: A Grade over 36 holes B Grade over 27 holes C Grade over 18 holes PERPETUAL TROPHIES – SEASONAL For details refer to Conditions of Play folder kept in the Women’s Locker Room.

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WOMEN’S GRADE 2 PENNANT MATCHES 2014 (Blackwood, The Vines, Flagstaff Hill, Mount Osmond, Royal Adelaide, Kooyonga, Glenelg & Grange ) 12th May Mount Osmond Glenelg vs. The Grange 8:00am Blackwood vs. Kooyonga 8:30am Royal Adelaide vs. The Vines 9:00am Mount Osmond vs. Flagstaff Hill 9:30am 19th May The Grange The Grange vs. Kooyonga 8:00am Mount Osmond vs. Glenelg 8:30am Flagstaff Hill vs. The Vines 9:00am Royal Adelaide vs. Blackwood 9:30am 26th May The Vines Royal Adelaide vs. Flagstaff Hill 8:00am The Vines vs. Mount Osmond 8:30am Blackwood vs. The Grange 9:00am Glenelg vs. Kooyonga 9:30am Glenelg vs. The Vines 8:00am 2nd June Glenelg The Grange vs. Royal Adelaide 8:30am Mount Osmond vs. Kooyonga 9:00am Flagstaff Hill vs. Blackwood 9:30am 16th June Royal Adelaide Flagstaff Hill vs. Kooyonga 8:00am Blackwood vs. Mount Osmond 8:30am The Vines vs. The Grange 9:00am Royal Adelaide vs. Glenelg 9:30am 23rd June Kooyonga The Grange vs. Mount Osmond 8:00am Flagstaff Hill vs. Glenelg 8:30am The Vines vs. Blackwood 9:00am Kooyonga vs. Royal Adelaide 9:30am 30th June Flagstaff Hill Blackwood vs. Glenelg 8:00am Royal Adelaide vs.Mount Osmond 8:30am Kooyonga vs. The Vines 9:00am Flagstaff Hill vs. The Grange 9:30am 7th July

FINALS

Venue and Time TBA

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NOMADS DATES - MATCHPLAY 2014 HANDICAP LIMIT 28-45 8th May 22nd May 31st July 14th August

Flagstaff Hill The Vines The Vines Blackwood

The Vines vs. Flagstaff Hill The Vines vs. Flagstaff Hill The Vines vs. Blackwood The Vines vs. Blackwood

9:00am 9:00am 9:00am 9:00am

WOMEN’S CLEEK 2 MATCHPLAY 2014 (Westward Ho, The Vines, Flagstaff Hill, North Adelaide, The Stirling, Thaxted Park ) HANDICAP LIMIT 18-28 26th May Westward Ho 2nd June The Stirling 16th June Thaxted Park 23rd June The Vines 30th June Flagstaff Hill FINALS 7th July

Westward Ho vs. Thaxted Park The Vines vs. Flagstaff Hill The Stirling vs. North Adelaide The Stirling vs. Flagstaff Hill Thaxted Park vs. North Adelaide Westward Ho vs. The Vines Thaxted Park vs. The Vines Westward Ho vs. The Stirling North Adelaide vs. Flagstaff Hill The Vines vs. The Stirling North Adelaide vs. Westward Ho Flagstaff Hill vs. Thaxted Park Flagstaff Hill vs. Westward Ho The Vines vs. North Adelaide The Stirling vs. Thaxted Park Venue and time TBA

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10:00am 10:24am 10:48am 8:30am 9:00am 9:30am 8:30am 9:00am 9:30am 8:30am 9:00am 9:30am 10:00am 10:30am 11:00am


WOMEN’S HICKORY MATCHPLAY 2014 (Westward Ho, The Vines, Flagstaff Hill, North Adelaide, The Grange, West Lakes, Mount Osmond, Blackwood ) HANDICAP LIMIT 29-39 12th May Flagstaff Hill 19th May North Adelaide 26th May Blackwood 2nd June The Grange 16th June Mount Osmond 23rd June The Vines 30th June Westward Ho 7th July FINALS

Flagstaff Hill vs. Blackwood 8:00am North Adelaide vs. The Grange 8:30am West Lakes vs. Mount Osmond 9:00am The Vines vs. Westward Ho 9:30am North Adelaide vs. Flagstaff Hill 9:16am Mount Osmond vs. The Vines 9:51am The Grange vs. Blackwood 10:16am West Lakes vs. Westward Ho 11:01am Blackwood vs. Westward Ho 8:00am The Vines vs. West Lakes 8:30am Flagstaff Hill vs. The Grange 9:00am North Adelaide vs. Mount Osmond 9:30am The Grange vs. Westward Ho 8:00am Mount Osmond vs. Flagstaff Hill 8:30am North Adelaide vs. The Vines 9:00am West Lakes vs. Blackwood 9:30am Mount Osmond vs. Blackwood 8:00am North Adelaide vs. Westward Ho 8:30am The Grange vs. The Vines 9:00am West Lakes vs. Flagstaff Hill 9:30am The Vines vs. Blackwood 10:00am The Grange vs. Mount Osmond 10:30am North Adelaide vs. West Lakes 11:00am Flagstaff Hill vs. Westward Ho 11.30am Westward Ho vs. Mount Osmond 8:00am North Adelaide vs. Blackwood 8:30am West Lakes vs. The Grange 9:00am Flagstaff Hill vs. The Vines 9:30am Venue and time TBA

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SOUTHERN CHALLENGE SHIELD - 2014 HANDICAP LIMIT 19-29 4th Aug The Vines 11th Aug Flagstaff Hill 18th Aug Westward Ho 25th Aug Blackwood 1st Sept Thaxted Park

Blackwood vs. Westward Ho Flagstaff Hill vs. Thaxted Park Blackwood vs. The Vines Thaxted Park vs. Westward Ho Flagstaff Hill vs. The Vines Blackwood vs. Thaxted Park The Vines vs. Thaxted Park Flagstaff Hill vs. Westward Ho Blackwood vs. Flagstaff Hill The Vines vs. Westward Ho

9:00am 9:30am 9:00am 9:30am 9:00am 9:30am 9:00am 9:30am 9:00am 9:30am

Meeting of all Team Captains will be held following lunch at Thaxted Park

SOUTHERN ZONE TOURNAMENT - 2014 10 November 17 November

Blackwood Flagstaff Hill

Shotgun start 8.30am Shotgun start 8.30am

9 HOLE CHALLENGE - 2014 NO HANDICAP LIMIT – BEST CLUB AVERAGE OVER 2 DAYS WINS SALVER 20th Nov 27th Nov

The Vines The Vines vs Flagstaff Hill Flagstaff Hill Flagstaff Hill vs The Vines

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9:30am 9:30am


SOCIAL CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Dates for Special Events to Remember!! June 9th

Queens Birthday Social Golf Event

June 21st

50th Anniversary Event -Celebration Details to be Advised

October 6th

Octoberfest Social Golf Event

November 4th

Melbourne Cup Social Golf

December 6th

Vines Christmas Dinner- TBC

December 14th

January 26th 2015

Ham and Turkey Ambrose Mixed and Open Teams Event Visitors Welcome, green fees apply Australia Day Social Golf Event

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Monday 24

Tuesday 25

MARCH 2014

GSA Shylie Rymill Foursomes Qualifying for Turnball Salver 9 Hole Competition Front 9 Foursomes

Wednesday 26

STABLEFORD

Thursday 27

Twilight Golf

Friday 28

Saturday 29

Sunday 30

STABLEFORD - Club Matchplay Semi Finals

STABLEFORD Matchplay Championships FINAL (Greens Renovations from 3pm)

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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MARCH 2014

Monday 31 (Greens Renovations)

APRIL 2014 Tuesday 1

Wednesday 2

4BBB STABLEFORD AGGREGATE (18 Hole) 9 Hole competition Front 9 – 4BBB STABLEFORD AGGREGATE Instructions provided on the day. STROKE - Mid week medal

Thursday 3

Friday 4

Saturday 5

Sunday 6

STROKE- Monthly Medal 2nd Round Hugh Bell Trophy

STROKE- Sunday Medal

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 7

APRIL 2014

Tuesday 8

MATCHPLAY 1st round GSA Laurel Wreath - STABLEFORD for others 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STABLEFORD

Wednesday 9

STABLEFORD

Thursday 10

Friday 11

Saturday 12

Sunday 13

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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APRIL 2014

Monday 14

School Holidays Commence

Tuesday 15

STROKE & PUTTING 2nd round Monthly Medal 9 Hole competition - Back 9 Back 9 – STROKE & PUTTING

Wednesday 16 STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day

Thursday 17

Friday 18

Good Friday - Clubhouse Closed

Saturday 19

Easter Saturday - 4BBB PAR

Sunday 20

Easter Sunday - PAR

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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APRIL 2014

Monday 21

Easter Monday

Tuesday 22

PAR 1st round Club Professional Trophy 9 Hole competition Front 9 – PAR

Wednesday 23 PAR

Thursday 24 Women’s Gala Day Shotgun Start 8:30am 4BBB STABLEFORD Course Closed until 1:00pm 9 Hole Members’ Challenge - Driving, Chipping & Putting Competitions Friday 25

Saturday 26

Sunday 27

Anzac Day

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 28

APRIL 2014

Tuesday 29

STABLEFORD 1st round Tom Hardy Memorial Trophy 2nd round Captain & Vice Captain Trophy 9 Hole competition Back 9 – STABLEFORD

Wednesday 30

STABLEFORD

MAY 2014 Thursday 1

Friday 2

Saturday 3

Sunday 4

STROKE

Monthly medal – 3rd round Hugh Bell Trophy

STROKE

Sunday Medal Sutcliffe/Green Plate (Vines vs Southern) at Fleurieu Golf Club

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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5 Monday

6 Tuesday

7 Wednesday

MAY 2014

Legends Pro Am – Course Closure TBA

STROKE & PUTTING 3rd round Monthly Medal 2nd round Women’s President’s Trophy 1st round GSA International Bowl 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STROKE & PUTTING

STROKE - Mid week Medal

8 Thursday

9 Friday

10 Saturday

11 Sunday

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD - Mother’s Day

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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MAY 2014

Monday 12

Tuesday 13

PAR 2nd round Club Professional Trophy 9 Hole competition Back 9 – PAR

Wednesday 14

STABLEFORD

Thursday 15

Friday 16

Saturday 17

Sunday 18

PAR

PAR – Bonnar Cup, Vines vs Blackwood

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 19

Tuesday 20

MAY 2014

STABLEFORD 3rd round Captain & Vice Captain Trophy 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STABLEFORD

Wednesday 21 STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day

Thursday 22

MATCHPLAY Women’s Nomads Matches @ Vines 1st tee closed 8:30am to 10:00am

Friday 23

Saturday 24

Sunday 25

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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MAY 2014

Women’s A2 Pennant, Vines vs Mt Osmond 1st Tee Closed 7.30am to 10.30am

Monday 26

MATCHPLAY Tuesday 27

2nd round GSA Laurel Wreath - PAR for others 9 Hole competition Back 9 – PAR **TURNBULL SALVER - QTR. FINAL ROUNDS TO BE COMPLETED BY 2PM TODAY

Wednesday 28

PAR

Thursday 29

Friday 30

Saturday 31

STROKE - June Monthly Medal -Final Round Hugh Bell Trophy

JUNE 2014 Sunday 1

STROKE - Sunday Medal

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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JUNE 2014

Monday 2

Tuesday 3 STROKE & PUTTING

4th round Monthly Medal 2nd round GSA International Bowl 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STROKE & PUTTING

Wednesday 4

STROKE - Mid Week Medal

Thursday 5

Friday 6

Saturday 7

Sunday 8

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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9 Monday

JUNE 2014

Queens Birthday - Mixed and Open Teams

10 Tuesday

PAR 3rd round Club Professional Trophy 9 Hole competition Back 9 – PAR

11 Wednesday

STABLEFORD

12 Thursday

13 Friday

14 Saturday

15 Sunday

PAR

PAR - Men’s A2 Pennant - Vines vs Southern

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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16 Monday

17 Tuesday

JUNE 2014

STABLEFORD 2nd round Tom Hardy Memorial Trophy 1st round of 18 Hole Eclectic ends 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STABLEFORD

18 STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day Wednesday

19 Thursday

20 Friday

21 Saturday

22 Sunday

STABLEFORD– Presidents Trophy (top 16 qualify for Matchplay) 50th Anniversary Event Celebration details TBA STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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JUNE 2014

Monday MATCHPLAY 23 Women’s Cleek 2 and Hickory Matches @ Vines Course closed from 8:00am to 12:30pm MATCHPLAY Tuesday 24 3rd round GSA Laurel Wreath - STABLEFORD for others 9 Hole competition Back 9 – STABLEFORD Wednesday 25

PAR

Thursday 26

Friday 27

Saturday 28

Sunday 29

STABLEFORD - Legacy Day Comp fee $7.00 A,B & C grade winners qualify for entry into Governors Cup STABLEFORD Entries close for Father and Son Cup

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 30

JUNE 2014

JULY 2014 Tuesday STROKE & PUTTING 1

5th round Monthly Medal 3rd round Women’s President’s Trophy 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STROKE & PUTTING **TURNBULL SALVER – SEMI FINAL ROUNDS TO BE COMPLETED BY 2PM TODAY

Wednesday 2

STROKE - Mid Week Medal 1st Round Golf Professionals Trophy

Thursday 3

Friday 4

Saturday 5

Sunday 6

STROKE - Monthly Medal – 1st round Captains Winter Trophy

STABLEFORD - Sunday Medal , Sharp Cup, Vines vs Kooyonga – 1st round Vice Captains Winter Trophy

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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7 Monday

JULY 2014

8 Tuesday STABLEFORD 4th and final round Captain & Vice Captain Trophy 3rd round Tom Hardy Memorial Trophy 9 Hole competition Back 9 – STABLEFORD 9 Wednesday

STABLEFORD

10 Thursday

11 Friday

12 Saturday

13 Sunday

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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JULY 2014

14 Monday

15 Tuesday

MATCHPLAY 4th round GSA Laurel Wreath - PAR for others 9 Hole competition Front 9 – PAR

16 STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day Wednesday

17 Thursday

18 Friday

19 Saturday

20 Sunday

PAR

PAR - Father and Son Cup incorporating Family Pairs Pennant Reps Dinner

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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JULY 2014

21 Monday

22 STABLEFORD Pink Ball Competition Tuesday Donations to Breast Cancer Foundation 9 Hole competition Back 9 - Pink Ball Competition 23 PAR Wednesday

24 Thursday

25 Friday

26 Saturday

27 Sunday

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD Presidents Trophy 1st round Entries close for Mens Foursomes Championships

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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28 Monday

JULY 2014

STROKE & PUTTING 29 Tuesday

6th and final Monthly Medal 3rd and final GSA International Bowl 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STROKE & PUTTING

30 STABLEFORD Wednesday

31 Thursday

1 Friday

2 Saturday

3 Sunday

AUGUST 2014

STROKE - Monthly Medal – 2nd round Captains Winter Trophy

STROKE – Sunday medal 2nd round Vice Captains Winter Trophy

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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AUGUST 2014

4 Monday MATCHPLAY Southern Shield Matchplay Competition @ Vines 1st tee closed from 8:30am to 10:30am 5 Tuesday MATCHPLAY

5th and final round GSA Laurel Wreath STABLEFORD for others 9 Hole competition Back 9 – STABLEFORD **TURNBULL SALVER – FINAL ROUND TO BE COMPLETED BY 2PM TODAY

Wednesday 6

STROKE – Mid week medal 2nd round Golf Professionals Trophy

7 Thursday

8 Friday

9 Saturday

10 Sunday

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD Mens Foursomes Championship - 36 Holes (Derek Sibbin Trophy)

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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AUGUST 2014

Monday 11

Tuesday 12

PAR 4th and final Club Professional Trophy 9 Hole Competition Front 9 - PAR

Wednesday 13 STABLEFORD

MATCHPLAY Thursday 14 Women’s Nomad matches @Vines 1st tee closed from 8.30am to 10.00am Friday 15

Saturday 16

Sunday 17

PAR

PAR

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 18

Tuesday 19

AUGUST 2014

STROKE

Women’s Club Championship 1st Qualifying Round Grades A, B, C, and Veteran’s Cup Women’s 9 Hole Cup Championship 1st Round – Front 9 Course closed until 1:00pm

Wednesday 20 STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day

Thursday 21 STROKE

Friday 22

Saturday 23

Sunday 24

Women’s Club Championship 2nd Qualifying Round Grades A, B, C, and Veteran’s Cup Women’s 9 Hole Cup Championship 2nd Round – Back 9 Course closed until 1:00pm

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD - Presidents Trophy Quarter finals Matchplay

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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AUGUST 2014

25 Monday

26 Tuesday

MATCHPLAY

Women’s Club Championships Quarter Finals Grades A, B, C PAR for others off 13th tee block Course closed until 1:00pm

Wednesday 27 PAR

28 MATCHPLAY Thursday Women’s Club Championships - Semi Finals Grades A, B, C Course closed until 12.30pm 29 Friday

MATCHPLAY

Women’s Club Championship FINALS Grades A, B, C Women’s 9 Hole Cup Championship 3rd Round – Front 9 Course closed from 8.00am to 10.30am and from 12.00noon to 1.30pm

30 Saturday

31 Sunday

STROKE - September Monthly Medal 3rd round Captains Winter Trophy

STROKE - September Sunday Medal 3rd round Vice Captains Winter Trophy

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 1

SEPTEMBER 2014

Tuesday 2

2BBB STABLEFORD MULITIPLIER (playing in groups of 4) 9 Hole competition Back 9 – 2BBB STABLEFORD MULTIPLIER Instructions provided on the day.

Wednesday 3

STROKE - Mid week medal 3rd round Golf Professional Trophy

Thursday 4

Friday 5

Saturday 6

Sunday 7

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD (Greens Renovations from 3pm)

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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SEPTEMBER 2014

Monday 8 (Greens Renovations)

9 Tuesday

STABLEFORD

4th and final round Tom Hardy Memorial Trophy Grandmother’s Trophy 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STABLEFORD

10 STABLEFORD Wednesday

11 Thursday

12 Friday

13 Saturday

14 Sunday

PAR

PAR

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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15 Monday

SEPTEMBER 2014

16 STROKE Tuesday

4th and final round Women’s President’s Trophy 9 Hole competition Back 9 - STROKE

17 STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day Wednesday

18 Thursday

19 Friday

20 Saturday

21 Sunday

4BBB STABLEFORD Captains Summer trophy top 16 players qualify for Match play STABLEFORD Presidents Trophy/Matchplay semi final

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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SEPTEMBER 2014

Monday 22

FOURSOMES Women’s Club Foursomes Championship 1st Qualifiying Round– Grade A, B & C Tee closed until 1:00pm

Tuesday 23

FOURSOMES Women’s Club Foursomes Championship 2nd Qualifying Round – Grade A, B & C Tee closed until 1:00pm

Wednesday 24 PAR

Thursday 25 MATCHPLAY Women’s Club Foursomes Championship Semi Finals – Grades A, B & C Tee closed 8:00am to 10:30am 26 Friday

MATCHPLAY

Women’s Club Foursomes Championship Finals - Grades A, B, & C Course closed from 8.00am to 10.30am and from 12.00noon to 1.30pm

Saturday 27

Sunday 28

STROKE - October Monthly Medal Final round Captains Winter Trophy

STROKE – Sunday Medal Presidents Matchplay final Final round Vice Captains Winter Trophy

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 29

SEPTEMBER 2014

STABLEFORD Tuesday 30 Committee Appreciation Trophy 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STABLEFORD

OCTOBER 2014 Wednesday 1

Thursday 2

STROKE - Mid week medal Final round Golf Professionals trophy

Women’s GSA Metro Open Day 4BBB Stableford 9:00am Shotgun Course Closed until 1:00pm

Friday 3

Saturday 4

Sunday 5

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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OCTOBER 2014

6 Monday

Labour Day Holiday Octoberfest Mixed and Open Teams Event

7 STROKE Tuesday

2nd 18 Hole Eclectic ends 9 Hole competition Back 9 – STROKE 9 Hole Eclectic ends

8 Wednesday

STABLEFORD

9 Thursday

Twilight Golf

10 Friday

11 Saturday

12 Sunday

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD 1st Round Captain’s Summer trophy matchplay

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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OCTOBER 2014 13 Monday

14 Tuesday

PAR 9 Hole competition Front 9 – PAR

15 Wednesday

STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day

16 Thursday

Twilight Golf

17 Friday

18 Saturday

19 Sunday

STROKE - 1st Round Club Championships

STROKE - 2nd Round Club Championships PAR for those not in Championship

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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OCTOBER 2014 20 Monday

21 Tuesday

STABLEFORD 9 Hole competition Back 9 – STABLEFORD

22 Wednesday

PAR

23 Thursday

Twilight Golf

24 Friday

25 Saturday

26 Sunday

STROKE - 3rd Round Club Championships

STROKE - Final Round Club Championships STABLEFORD for those not in championship Trophy Presentation Night - Season

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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27 Monday

28 Tuesday

OCTOBER 2014

Women’s CLOSING & PRESENTATION DAY Meeting begins at 9:30am Pro Shop Competition or Practice Round from 11:00am

29 Wednesday

STABLEFORD

30 Thursday

Twilight Golf

31 Friday

NOVEMBER 2014 1 Saturday

2 Sunday

STROKE -Monthly Medal Life Members Summer Cup

STROKE - Sunday medal

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 3

Tuesday 4

NOVEMBER 2014

Melbourne Cup Day

Wednesday 5

STROKE - Mid Week Medal

Thursday 6

Twilight Golf

Friday 7

Saturday 8

Sunday 9

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD Captain’s Summer Trophy Quarter Finals Entries Close mixed foursomes

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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NOVEMBER 2014

Monday 10

3 BBB STABLEFORD Tuesday 11 9 Hole Competition - 3BBB AGGREGATE Front 9 Wednesday 12

STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day

Thursday 13

Twilight Golf 9 Hole Challenge vs Flagstaff Hill 9:30am 1st Tee Closed from 9:30am to 10:30am

Friday 14

Saturday 15

Sunday 16

PAR

PAR

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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NOVEMBER 2014

Monday 17

Vines Week

Tuesday 18

STROKE 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STABLEFORD

Wednesday 19

STABLEFORD Vines Week Vines Classic

Thursday 20

Twilight Golf Vines Week Vines Classic

Friday 21

Saturday 22

Sunday 23

Vines Week - 4BBB

STABLEFORD - Vines Week

STABLEFORD - Club Mixed Foursomes Championship 1st Round Murray Harrold Trophy

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 24

Tuesday 25

NOVEMBER 2014

STABLEFORD 9 Hole competition Back 9 – STABLEFORD

Wednesday 26

PAR

Thursday 27

Twilight Golf

Friday 28

Saturday 29

Sunday 30

PAR

PAR - Club Mixed Foursomes Championship Final Round Murray Harrold Trophy

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 1

Tuesday 2

DECEMBER 2014

St Andrews Day 3BBB AGGREGATE Individual Stableford 9 Hole 3BBB Stableford - Front

Wednesday 3

STROKE - Mid Week Medal

Thursday 4

Twilight Golf

Friday 5

Saturday 6

Sunday 7

STROKE Monthly Medal 2nd round Life Members Summer Cup Annual Christmas Dinner- Social Event TBC STROKE - Sunday Medal

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 8

DECEMBER 2014

Tuesday 9

Women’s Christmas Party 9 Hole Competition (Shotgun Start) Details TBA

Wednesday 10

STABLEFORD

Thursday 11

Twilight Golf

Friday 12

Saturday 13

PAR - 1st Round Summer Par

Sunday 14 PAR Ham & Turkey Ambrose – Mixed and Open Teams Event– open to all categories – (visitors welcome, green fees apply) “Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 15

Tuesday 16

DECEMBER 2014

No Women’s Competition Course open to all Male and Female Members and Visitors paying green fees.

Wednesday 17

STABLEFORD - Christmas Sponsors Day

Thursday 18

Christmas Twilight Golf

Friday 19

Saturday 20

Sunday 21

Ham and Turkey Ambrose AM & PM Competitions Shot Gun starts at 7.30am & 1.00pm STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 22

Tuesday 23

DECEMBER 2014

No Women’s Competition Course open to all Male and Female Members and Visitors paying green fees.

Wednesday 24

PAR

Thursday 25

Christmas Day - Clubhouse Closed

Friday 26

Saturday 27

Sunday 28

Boxing Day

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 29

Tuesday 30

DECEMBER 2014

No Women’s Competition Course open to all Male and Female Members and Visitors paying green fees.

Wednesday 31

STABLEFORD

Thursday 1

Hangover Handicap - New Years Day

JANUARY 2015

Friday 2

Saturday 3

Sunday 4

STROKE - Monthly Medal 3rd round Life Members Summer Cup

STROKE - Sunday Medal Captains Summer Trophy Semi Finals Matchplay

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 5

Tuesday 6

JANUARY 2015

STABLEFORD 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STABLEFORD

Wednesday 7

STROKE - Mid week Medal

Thursday 8

Twilight Golf - Comp Resumes

Friday 9

Saturday 10

Sunday 11

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 12

Tuesday 13

JANUARY 2015

PAR 9 Hole competition Back 9 – PAR

Wednesday 14

STABLEFORD

Thursday 15

Twilight Golf

Friday 16

Saturday 17

Sunday 18

PAR - 2nd Round Summer PAR

PAR

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 19

Tuesday 20

JANUARY 2015

STROKE 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STROKE

Wednesday 21

STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day

Thursday 22

Twilight Golf

Friday 23

Saturday 24

Sunday 25

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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JANUARY 2015

Monday 26

Australia Day Mixed and Open Teams Event

2BBB – STABLEFORD MULTIPLIER Tuesday 27 9 Hole competition Back 9 - 2BBB STABLEFORD MULTIPLIER Instructions provided on the day.

Wednesday 28

PAR

Thursday 29

Twilight Golf

Friday 30

Saturday 31

STABLFORD

FEBRUARY 2015 Sunday 1

STROKE - Sunday Medal

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 2

Tuesday 3

FEBRUARY 2015

STABLEFORD 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STABLEFORD

Wednesday 4

STROKE - Mid Week Medal

Thursday 5

Twilight Golf

Friday 6

Saturday 7

Sunday 8

STROKE Monthly Medal Final Round Life Members Summer Cup

STABLEFORD (Vardon event TBC)

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 9

Tuesday 10

FEBRUARY 2015

PAR 9 Hole competition Back 9 – PAR

Wednesday 11

STABLEFORD

Thursday 12

Twilight Golf

Friday 13

Saturday 14

Sunday 15

STABLEFORD

STABLEFORD Captains Summer Trophy Final Matchplay

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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FEBRUARY 2015

Monday 16

STROKE Tuesday 17

9 Hole competition Front 9 – STROKE

Wednesday 18

STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day

Thursday 19

Twilight Golf

Friday 20

Saturday 21

Sunday 22

PAR - 3rd Round Summer PAR

PAR

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 23

Tuesday 24

FEBRUARY 2015

STABLEFORD 9 Hole competition Back 9 – STABLEFORD

Wednesday 25

PAR

Thursday 26

Twilight Golf

Friday 27

Saturday 28

STABLEFORD

MARCH 2015 Sunday 1

STROKE - Sunday Medal

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 2

Tuesday 3

MARCH 2015

Ladies Opening Day 9 Hole STABLEFORD Competition Shotgun start 8:30am Meeting at 11:00am

Wednesday 4

STROKE - Mid Week Medal

Thursday 5

Twilight Golf

Friday 6

Saturday 7

Sunday 8

STROKE - Monthly Medal 1st round Hugh Bell Trophy plus Monthly Medal winners tournament STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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MARCH 2015

Monday 9

Adelaide Cup Day Holiday Mixed and Open Teams Event

Tuesday 10

1st round Monthly Medal STROKE & PUTTING 1st round Women’s President’s Trophy 1st 18 hole Eclectic Commences 9 Hole competition Front 9 – STROKE & PUTTING 9 hole Eclectic Commences

Wednesday 11

STABLEFORD

Thursday 12

Twilight Golf

Friday 13

Saturday 14

Sunday 15

PAR - Final Round Summer PAR

PAR

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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Monday 16

Tuesday 17

MARCH 2015

STABLEFORD 1st Round Captain & Vice Captain Trophy plus Irish Stableford Team Event 9 Hole Comp Back 9 Stableford & Irish Stableford team

Wednesday 18 STABLEFORD - Sponsors Day

Thursday 19 Twilight Golf

Friday 20

Saturday 21 STROKE - 1st qualifying round Club Matchplay Championships

Sunday 22

STABLEFORD

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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MARCH 2015

Monday 23

FOURSOMES STROKE Tuesday 24

Shylie Rymill & Turnbull Salver Qualifying 9 Hole Comp Front 9 Foursomes

Wednesday 25 PAR

Thursday 26

Twilight Golf

Friday 27

Saturday 28

Sunday 29

Club Matchplay Championships Qtr & Semi Finals Stablefor for others STABLEFORD Club Matchplay Championships FINALS Greens Renovations from 3.oopm

“Your place on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind.”

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R ECI PROCAL C LUBS NEW SOUTH WALES Bankstown Golf Club Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club Coomealla Golf Club Corawa Golf Club Nowra Golf Club Roseville Golf Club Urunga Golf Club Wentworth Golf Club NEW ZEALAND Manukau Golf Club, Manurewa NORTHERN TERRITORY Darwin Golf Club Palmerston Golf Club Alice Springs Golf Club PHILIPPINES Mimosa Golf Club, Clarkeeld QUEENSLAND Gailes Golf Club Hervey Bay Golf Club Maryborough Golf Club McLeod Golf Club Oxley Golf Club Rockhampton Golf Club Virginia Golf Club Yeppoon Golf Club

SOUTH AUSTRALIA Blue Lake Golf Club Bordertown Golf Club Cleve Golf Club Mount Gambier Golf Club Murray Downs Golf Club and Country Club Port Lincoln Golf Club Tanunda Golf Club TASMANIA Tasmania Golf Club North West Bay Golf Club Ulverstone Golf Club VICTORIA Amstel Golf Club Anglesea Golf Club Box Hill Golf Club Croydon Golf Club Heidelberg Golf Club Kooringal Golf Club Midlands Golf Club, Ballaret Mornington Country Club Murray Downs Golf Club, Swan Hill Seymour golf Club Patterson River Golf Club Riverside Golf Club, Mildura Rosebud Golf Club WESTERN AUSTRALIA Gosnells Golf Club Harteld Golf Club Mandurah Golf Club

Please Note: Some Reciprocal Clubs charge Green Fees

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