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.
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The Invincibles Tour 2014 Matchplay Championships concluded yesterday at the Palmer Coolum Resort. Mount Coolum Junior Lochlan Coleborn won the event, holding his nerve and producing some of his best against reigning Champion Kodie Koski from Caloundra.
Lochie went 1/Up on the eighteenth to win the 2014 Championship in what was a very exciting and enthralling match, which produced some unbelievably brilliant golf by both boys.
According to our Club Junior Coordinator Barry Degenhardt, the final between Lochie and Kodie was “a thrilling match that displayed all the good things about golf; the skills, the pressure and the attitude.” We have a real champion in Lochie, who this year took over from TJ King as Junior Captain. This has helped him greatly growing as a person and a golfer, maturing in his attitude and skill levels.
Mount Coolum had three Juniors qualify for the 2014 Invincibles Junior Match Play Championships A Grade division – Lochie, TJ King and Zac Quirk. We also had 2 Juniors representing the Club in B & C Grade division with Ryan Stephenson and Wilson Foster also qualifying.
The first round of the Championships were held at Mount Coolum Golf Club in early February, where unfortunately Lochie and Zac were paired against each other in the first round. Zac bowed out to the eventual Champion after a dominant first round from Lochie. Tj won his first round match, but then came up against reigning champion Kodie in the second round, played at Horton Park. The match between Kodie and TJ was an absolute thriller with excellent golf being displayed by both boys, but it was Kodie who eventually won 1/up on the eighteenth.
Not to be outdone, Lochie put in a brilliant performance of his own in the second round to win 1/up against a fast finishing and very determined Ryley Martin (Headland), who came close to forcing their match into extra time. This set up the showdown in the final with two of the Coast’s finest young golfers, and it was Lochie who came out on top to claim the Championship.
Cassie Porter (Peregian Springs) put in an excellent performance of her own to win the Girl’s Championship against Aneka Park (Caloundra) 7/6.
Ryan Stephenson and Wilson Foster represented the Club in B & C Grade, but unfortunately neither player made the finals. Wilson went down in the first round to eventual winner Pawan Deo (Virginia) in a hard fought 2/1 match.
Ryan Stephenson impressively won his first round match with a 6/5 score, but then battled hard all match against Zac Walters (Kingaroy) in round 2. Ryan, who openly admitted that he had plenty of opportunities to close out the match, eventually went down 3/2.
In a final series played in Great Spirit, The Invincibles Tour organisers couldn’t have asked for any more from the contestants. They played hard but fair, presented like PGA Professionals, and most importantly, they played within the true spirit of the game.
For more information, check out the Invincibles website.
Congratulations to all the players, especially our Mount Coolum Juniors and our Champion, Lochie.
Entries for the Queensland Women’s Country Week Championships are open now!
MONDAY 19 MAY – WEDNESDAY 21 MAY 2014 at Toowoomba Middle Ridge and City Golf Clubs.
Entries close 5pm Monday 28 April OR once entries for each division have reached capacity.
The Championship is open to all female amateur golfers with an Australian Women’s Handicap who are members of a Club affiliated with a Queensland Country District and Golf Queensland. Members of clubs affiliated with the B&DLGA are not eligible.