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Mt. Coolum Golf Club

Scott Demeijer Water Photo resizeWelcome to the Mt. Coolum Golf Club, the hidden gem on the Sunshine Coast.

Mount Coolum Golf Club is a 18 Hole championship golf course nestled at the foot of a Sunshine Coast landmark – Mount Coolum.

Come and play a round of 18 holes with spectacular Mount Coolum as your backdrop. It is acknowledged as one of the most picturesque and popular courses on the Sunshine Coast.

Mount Coolum Golf Course is a relatively flat course with water in play on twelve holes and an abundance of natural flora surrounding. There are full clubhouse facilities including showers, bar, bistro, poker machines and conference facilities.

Book NOW on (07) 5446 3125.

 

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Date: 5/09/2015
Fixture: Men’s & Women’s Single Stroke – Men’s Monthly Medal – Men’s Eclectic – Women’s Monthly Medal and Putting
Sponsor: SPONSOR: CMA Accounting

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Recent Golf News

Recent Club News

Friday 9 Hole Fastball Social Golf Competition – 2015-09-02 11:01:24

The next Friday Afternoon Fastball Social Golf Competition will be held at the Club this Friday 4th September from 2.30pm.

Members can book themselves directly into the timesheet for the 9 Hole Fastball Social Golf Competition.

If you would like to book any visitors, friends or family into the competition, please call the Pro Shop or Admin Office.

Come along and have some fun!!

Fastball Social Competition Flyer

Legacy Charity Golf Day Results – 2015-08-31 13:32:55

The Mount Coolum Golf Club annual Legacy Charity Golf Day was held on Saturday 29th August 2015, with 200 Golfers playing in the stableford competition. The Legacy Charity Golf Day is held each year to recognise ex-service men and women. A Stroke event is run in conjunction with the day, with eligible ex-servicemen and women playing for the Felix Parry Cup.

With perennial winner KR Smith away for the event this year, Keith Voltz (ex-Air Force) has won the Felix Parry Cup carding a gross score round of 87. Morris Barnes (ex-Army) won the Runner-Up award with his score of 89.

To view all the results, category winners and special prizes, please click this link -> Result Sheet 2015

The Legacy Charity Day is also a great event that raises funds and awareness for Legacy. Again this year the day was a great success off the course, with proceeds generated totalling over $4,500. These funds will be equally donated to Legacy and the Cancer Unit of the Queensland Institute of Medical Research.

This event could not be a success without the generous support of local golfing and sporting Club’s, Ex-Service and Returned Services Clubs and organizations, local businesses and individuals who donate prizes, and their precious time, to the event. This year we had 16 organisations & individuals involved in the event, providing prizes, monetary contributions or in-kind services. The generosity of these local businesses and individuals was tremendous, and the day would not have been a success without their support.

The Mount Coolum Golf Club would like to thank all the Sponsor’s and Supporters of the day, including: Noosa Springs, Twin Waters Golf Club, Pelican Waters Golf Club, Headland Golf Club, Beerwah Golf Club, Noosa Golf Club, Caloundra Golf Club, Caloundra RSL, Maroochy RSL, Coolum Beach Surf Lifesaver Club, The Good Guys, Hotel Maroochydore, Fiona Simpson MP, Steve Jenkins, Jeff Lees and Barry & Denise Degenhardt.

 

Friday Night Members Draw and Raffles Results – 2015-09-02 09:15:52

Members Draw – $1000

Friday 28/08/2015
Prize Name Member No.
1st John Hunter 1783
2nd Leon Ray 2061
NTP Liz Cussens

2121

Next Members Draw – $1050.00 -4/09/2015

 

Friday Raffles 28/08/2015

Prize Name Ticket #
$50 CSLSC Voucher Joyce Ziesmer 65714 
$25 Top Up Voucher

Marg Cheeseman

 65727

Shore 2 Shore Voucher

Keith McKee 65348 
Bottle of Wine  Stuart Hughes 65640 

Many thanks to our Friday Night Raffle sponsors and supporters – Minyama Meats, Curly’s Restaurant, Shore to Shore Seafoods, Suncity Meats, Benchmark Cafe and Coolum Surf Life Saving Club.

 

Legacy Raffles 29/08/2015

Prize Name  
1st Prize Peter Taylor  
2nd Prize Mike Beal  
3rd Prize Mal Hall  
4th Prize  Phil Wozniak   

 

Ladies Match Committee Farewells Fab Four – 2015-08-20 16:00:46

Ladies Match Committee Fab Four - Jean Anne Viv & Carol

It is with much regret that the Ladies Match Committee will be saying goodbye to 4 of our long standing, hard working committee members, at the end of this Membership year.

Jean Brkic, Anne Hackett, Carol Traill and Viv Orr have decided that it is time to retire and let other members of the Club have the pleasure of working for the Ladies Match Committee.

These ladies have done a tremendous job over the years with both Jean and Anne having contributed more than 16 years service assisting in the smooth running of the Ladies Match Committee. Ann’s contribution to ensure all results are correct and the collating of figures for annual events has been outstanding. Jean, the longest serving committee member, has been an inspiration to new players and incoming committee members.

Both Jean and Ann are respected ambassadors for our club having participated in many competitions and Pennant teams successfully. Their combined contributions, dedication and knowledge of the game have been invaluable in ensuring that members have enjoyed all the benefits that our Club has to offer.  

With 5 dedicated years in the role of Treasurer, Carol has done a great job, this is confirmed by the Clubs Auditors who have been more than happy with her reports. It will be a hard job for a new treasurer to step into her shoes. We in the Committee have been extremely fortunate in the knowledge that our finances have been in such good hands.

Over the 5 years our “fun filled Viv” has been a member, she has applied herself to all the numerous jobs she has been given with her usual energetic response. We will miss her contributions and all the endless ideas that also added to the smooth running of our Club. Give her a microphone and she lights up the room.

Thanks again girls, good luck and good golfing and enjoy the game without any golf worries or decision making to think about in the future.

MT COOLUM LADIES MATCH COMMITTEE