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Mt. Coolum Golf Club

Easter Special (2015)Welcome 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: 27/03/2015
Fixture: Social Golf

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Recent Golf News

Recent Club News

Men’s Foursomes Championships on this Saturday – 2015-03-24 13:12:30

The 2015 Men’s Foursomes Championships will be contested this Saturday, with 24 pairs set to try to conquer the 36 hole alternating shots format.

With last years Champion team being split up, one half of the reigning Champions TJ King is paired with Leighton Martin to keep TJ in the winners circle and recapture the trophy after the pair won the Championship in 2013. Though there will be some tough competition in the field to out-play.

This years Champions could be the father-and-son team of Wilson & Todd Foster, or maybe the President/Captain duo of Al Bruschweiler &Darryl Hicks might reign supreme, the Scheepers brothers are always a threat especially when teamed together, or maybe the junior pairing of Ryan Stephenson & Zach Quirk can keep alive the recent trend of a team of junior members standing on the podium, starting with Lochie Coleborn and Wade Stockill winning Runners-Up back in 2012.

With just 24 teams on the timesheet at the moment, the competition is wide open. There is also plenty of room for teams still to get their names down and participate in the 2015 Foursomes Championship. For information on how to play foursomes and the Conditions of Competition, please click this link -> Men’s Foursomes Conditions


Mount Coolum Pennant Teams all out to Flying Start – 2015-03-23 13:29:37

Our B Grade Pennant squad has ensured that all 3 of our Pennant Teams started their respective 2015 campaigns with a win. And it was almost a perfect week for our teams, with none of our Pennant sides losing, although we only won two grades and managed to square the third.

Our A Grade team were up against a strong outfit in last year’s runner-up Headland GC, and came away with a draw after squaring the seven games 3.5:3.5. Even with the draw, we were able to hang on to top spot on the ladder with three of the four matches ending in a 3.5:3.5 draw, as Noosa & Caloundra and Fraser Coast & Nambour also squared their matches. Horton Park (who squared their match with Fraser Coast last weekend) had a win over Peregian Springs which helped them leapfrog to second place on the ladder equal with us in wins/draws/loses, but our 5 game differential keeps us in top spot.

With the 3 drawn matches on the weekend, and the aforementioned Horton Park and Fraser Coast draw last week, all teams except Peregian Springs (who have yet to score a win) have squared a match, and Fraser Coast has two draws in three weeks.

Our B Grade team started their 2015 campaign in fine form with a well fought win over Noosa Springs. Noosa Springs were playing in their first ever pennants match, and announced their entry into the Sunshine Coast Pennant competition fighting all the way to the end, with four of the games going to the 18th. Our guys triumphed for a final result of 5 ½ to 1 ½. Our B Grade team captain Brendan Cassidy applauded the new team, stating “Noosa were very good and competitive, they are a welcome addition to the pennants”.

One Mount Coolum team member had a shocking start going 5 down after 5 holes, but managed to fight back for a half on the 18th. It was a great start to the season for the side with not a single loss amongst the games, winning four and drawing the other three.

Meanwhile, the Masters side have returned to the winner’s circle this week, downing Peregian Springs 5:2. Getting their money’s worth, our guys showed typical Mount Coolum spirit with five of the matches going to the 18th. The result; 3 victories and 2 halves. Player of the day was Glen Dodds, who didn’t get to the 18th as “he’d won long before that”, securing a 5/3 victory.

For individual match results, and scores throughout all Sunshine Coast Pennant grades, please visit the Sunshine Coast Golf Zone website at http://www.sunshinecoastgolf.org/

All three of our sides will be in action again next week, with our A Grade team having a home match against Noosa GC. As always, check back later in the week for a preview of this weekend’s matches.


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Welcome to our new sponsor – Bloom Hearing – 2015-03-25 09:36:55

Bloom Hearing Specialists in Coolum Beach have come on board as a sponsor of the Club, purchasing a Corporate Day Sponsorship package.

bloom™ is an innovative new hearing specialist with a simple idea: that the best hearing solution is one that you are involved in. Their store in Coolum Beach is run by independent minded people who share the passion to empower you to become able. They believe in the simple but powerful idea that the best way to better hearing starts with you and your ability to help yourself.

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Bloom Hearing’s first sponsor day is Thursday 7th May. Specialists from Bloom will be attending the day to offer information on their professional services, as well as performing quick simple hearing checks in the Clubhouse.

Make sure you come on down on the day, or call the friendly team at Bloom to book an appointment today.


If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or supporter of the Club, please contact the Administration Office on 5446 1539.