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TWIN TOWNS SERVICES GOLF CLUB

GOLF CONTROL OFFICE Phone: 07 55241544 Ext: 3345 Fax: 07 5524 1432 GOLF BOOKINGS 07 5524 6666 PRO SHOP 07 55247874

TWIN TOWNS SERVICES MENS GOLF CLUB COMMITTEE 2010 - 2011 PRESIDENT: VICE PRESIDENT: CAPTAIN: VICE CAPTAIN: SECRETARY: TREASURER: Bill Ward Albert Creed Ken Mount Mike Flanagan David Wallis Ray Tume 07 5599 1722 0411748002 07 5523 4373 07 5524 1507 07 5523 9000 07 5524 6784 07 5523 9668 07 5524 9322 07 5524 7060 07 5523 2201

HANDICAPPERS: Steve Williams Hayden Gilbank Leon Anesbury COMMITTEE:

John Edwards 07 5524 4211 Ron White 07 5523 2081 Terry Anderson 07 5536 1105 Ken Culpitt 07 5513 1707 0411405685

MATCH K.Mount COMMITTEE: M.Flanagan L.Anesbury NRDGA DELEGATE: FUNCTIONS COMMITTEE: Steve Williams Ken Mount Albert Creed Ron White

NEW MEMBERS: Steve Williams

TWIN TOWNS SERVICES LADIES GOLF CLUB COMMITTEE 2010 - 2011 PRESIDENT: VICE PRESIDENT: CAPTAIN: VICE CAPTAIN: SECRETARY: TREASURER: Judy Stephen Myra Biggar Carmel Atkinson June McFadden Penny Martlew 07 6674 4132 07 5524 5616 02 6674 5791 07 5534 1882 07 5524 7463 07 5513 0021 07 5536 1132 07 5524 3753 07 5536 9352 07 5524 1869 Myra Biggar Carmel Atkinson Mary Hogan

HCP MANAGERS: Diane Hughes Mary Hogan COMMITTEE: Jennifer Mayo Anne Foster Pam Quiggin

GCDLGA INC CONTACT PERSON : WGNR COUNSELLOR: NEW MEMBERS:

TWIN TOWNS SERVICES VETERANS GOLF CLUB COMMITTEE 2010 - 2011 PRESIDENT: VICE PRESIDENT: CAPTAIN: VICE CAPTAIN: SECRETARY: TREASURER: COMMITTEE: Wayne Howlett Ken Tilbrook Max Jessop Wayne Martlew Dave Wallis Ray Tume Kevin Casey Ray Holmes Mick Davey Ron White 07 55247505 07 5523 2791 07 55244 081 07 5524 7463 07 5524 6784 07 5523 9668 07 5524 6016 07 5523 3433 07 5524 9096 07 5523 2081 0411 277920 0402 615043 0409 895652 0407 376373 0409 554681 0438 72272

TWIN TOWNS SERVICES DIGGERS GOLF CLUB COMMITTEE 2010 - 2011 PRESIDENT: VICE PRESIDENT: CAPTAIN: VICE CAPTAIN: SECRETARY: TREASURER: HANDICAPPER: COMMITTEE: Bill Ward Col Hilan Graeme Vievers Clint Dunn Leigh Bradley Kevin Casey Keith Dormer Bill Jauncey Rick Chong Stanley Donaghy Wayne Woodford 55991722 55249274 55326760 55248404 55362978 55246016 55245995

SLOW PLAY UNDUE DELAY RULE 6/7 If players fail to keep their place in the field and lose one clear fairway, they must make up the lost ground without delay, or call those following to go through. It is the responsibility of the member on the lowest handicap to see that these courtesies are observed. Penalty for breach of this rule is Two Strokes. COURSE UNPLAYABLE At any time the Match Committee may declare the Golf Course closed under Rule 33(d). Players will be warned of this by use of the siren. These signals will apply: (a) Suspended play three (3) consecutive notes of the siren, repeated. (b) Resume Play; one (1) prolonged note of the siren, repeated. Once the siren to suspend play has sounded, players have the right to: 1. Mark their ball. 2. Complete the hole they are playing

ELIGIBILITY OF TROPHIES 1. Donated Trophies may only be won by a member in a single event. 2. In a Four Ball event, a guest of a member may receive a voucher. 3. Junior members may win donated trophies subject to the approval of the trophy donor. 4. A visitor cannot win Stipulated Rounds, Mid Week Medal, Monthly Medal or Eagles Nest. 5. The Club at the request of a trophy donor, may substitute a Club trophy for a donated trophy. 6. A trophy donor may request to give their trophy to the best score in the Club house if the winners are not at presentations. The winners will then receive a Club trophy. As a matter of courtesy to our many and valued sponsors and donors, trophy winners are requested to attend the presentation, immediately following the days play. Players should check with Club Officials on telephone 55241544 ext 345 as to their placing in the field and the time of the presentation. For list of Sponsors see Page 24 THE IDEALS OF CLUB MEMBERSHIP 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. The courtesy and consideration should extend to the choice of dress generally, in the standard of conduct on the course and in the Banora Lounge and surrounding areas. The standards of a Golf Club may be judged by the ETIQUETTE of its members.

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AIMS OF TWIN TOWNS SERVICES GOLF CLUB To promote the game of golf To provide and maintain a golfing complex befitting International standards. To make welcome all members, their guests and visitors wherever possible. To protect all Flora and Fauna in and around the complex, along with providing and maintaining complex facilities to allow members to socialize with other members and guests in pleasant surroundings.

ETIQUETTE OF THE GAME OF GOLF In the interests of all, players should play without delay No player should play until the players in front are out of range. Players searching for a ball should signal the players behind them to pass on as soon as it becomes apparent that the ball will not easily be found. They should not continue to play until the players following them have passed and are out of range. 4. When the play of a hole has been completed, players should immediately leave the putting green. 5. No one should move, talk or stand close to or directly behind the ball or the hole when a player is addressing the ball or making a stroke. 6. All players are required to carry a sand bucket and repair all divots. 7. The player who has the honour should be allowed to play before his opponent or fellow competitor tees his ball. 8. Before leaving a bunker, a player should carefully fill up and smooth over all holes and footmarks made by him and replace the rake on the sand in the bunker lying parallel with the fairway. 9. Through the green, a player should ensure that any turf cut or displaced by him is carefully repaired using a club head. 10. Players should ensure that, when putting down bags, or the flagstick, no damage is done to the putting surface and that neither they nor their caddies damage the hole by standing close to it in handling the flagstick or in removing the ball from the hole. 1. 2. 3.

11. The flagstick should be properly replaced in the hole before the players leave the putting green. 12. In taking practice swings, players should avoid causing damage to the course, particularly the tees, by removing divots. 13. All players, whether competition or social are to adhere strictly to the dress regulations at all times on the course, the practice putting green, the fairway and in the Clubhouse CONDITIONS OF PLAY The Match Committee is in charge of all play on the course and reserves the right to alter the programme or method of play at any time. All play is governed by the Rules of Golf and the regulations set out in this book. A protest or dispute which is likely to affect the outcome of a competition, shall be made in writing to the Match Committee or their representative before the relevant competition is declared closed. The Rules of Golf and the Local Rules of the Club are The Rules of Play. The Match Committees decision in all competitions is FINAL. A member may invite three guests to participate in the Club Competition or in Social Play, subject to the provisions of bookings and to the Club policies in regard to golf bookings. The member is obliged to play with their guests. Members and visitors whose handicaps are held at other clubs must print their Home Clubs name and full Golf Link number on their score card. If they are not on Golf Link then a current handicap card must be presented and HCS stamped on their score card. Failure to comply with this request will see the players score card not accepted in the competition. N.B refer also to Conditions of Play as filed in the Starters office. Minimum field is 24 players for any competition organized by the Mens Golf Committee. Hole-in-one: - Those competitors that have a hole-In-one on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday will receive a Hole-in-one

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trophy, certificate, 6 golf balls and a bottle of Johnnie Walker Scotch Whiskey. Eagles:- Those competitors that have an eagle on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday will receive 6 golf balls. When a temporary green and/or tee is in play eagles are not recognized for this prize. STARTING AND GOLF BOOKINGS Players may only start in Competitions and Social Play by direction of the Starter. Players should report to the Starter at least 15 minutes before time of Play. All Competitors must be at the tee ready to hit off at their appointed time. Failure to comply may result in relegation to the end of the field. All hitting off times must be reserved. Golf bookings may be made by members by telephone from 3.00 5.00 pm, EST and 4.00-6.00 pm DST. for bookings one week plus 13 hours in advance and 9 am, the following day for booking the same day and up to seven days in advance on, telephone (07) 5524 6666. No member shall book in more than one four and all membership numbers must appear with the four names. No bogus names or word Partner are permitted to be used. Bookings for four, one person only to phone for time slot. Failure to comply may see booking rights suspended by Match Committee. No member shall change any other members time of play unless authorised by such member. Alterations will be made by the Starter only. A member may not just turn up and say that they are playing in another members timeslot. Members are responsible for the behavior and dress rules of their guests at all times Including the Main Complex Building. Visitors can book in for the Saturday competition from Thursday to Saturday (2 days prior to the event) if time slots are available.

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COMPETITION AND HANDICAPS 1. Notice Boards and Handicap V.D.U. Members should look at the Notice Boards before starting play for they are deemed to be aware of all notices, Local Rules and any change of handicaps. Handicaps on the V.D.U. at the start of a stipulated round will be the handicap the player will play that round. The lowest marker in the group should see that all points of Etiquette are observed, that the match keeps its expected place in the field, judged by the distance of the match in front and the match behind and the players in the match repair divots and plug marks on the greens and smooth bunkers following play therein. Competition players have priority over all Social play on the course. All competition cards must be signed by the player and marker of the card, include correct membership number and be placed in the collection box next to the computer, no later than fifteen (15) minutes after completion of the match. The players handicap as displayed on the handicap V.D.U. prior to the commencement of play must also be clearly shown on the card. Handicap Grades Single Events: A Grade - 0 to 12 B Grade - 13 to 19 C Grade - 20 to 36 Countbacks: With the exception of Honour Board events, the following method shall be used in counting back for determining a winner where total scores are equal: a. The best nett score over the last nine (9) holes (i.e. using half handicap), should there still be a tie: b. The best nett score over the last six (6) holes, If a further tie: c. The best nett score over last three (3) holes, if a further tie: d. Countback hole by hole, starting at the 18th hole and working back.

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GENERAL NOTES FOR THE GUIDANCE OF MEMBERS 1. 2. A player losing a ball MUST IMMEDIATELY CALL THROUGH the following match and then search for the five minutes that is allowable. Players WITHOUT RIGHTS a. A single player has no standing and should give way to a match of any kind. b. Players must observe the round laid out and not cut in anywhere on the course. c. Any match playing a full stipulated round is entitled to pass a match playing a shorter round. d. Players must not leave the course during a round unless permitted to do so under the Local Rules. Players are requested to pick up immediately they have failed to score in Stableford and Par Competitions. Players are requested to move away from the putting green before marking their cards and are requested to leave their buggies as close as possible to the next teeing ground. Motorised Buggies. Operation Rules: Buggies are not to be driven over tees and kept on the fairways and paths provided. On approach to the green you must not cross the blue lines and always park left or right of a green when putting out. Wet and muddy patches must be avoided at all times. Buggies must be maintained in a satisfactory condition to avoid petrol and oil leaks and unpleasant emissions. Noise element and continual breakdowns will result in the banning of such buggy until it meets the standard set out above. Any person in a motorised buggy who continues to infringe on the 15 metre rule, may have the use of the buggy suspended by the Match Committee. Owner of buggy will be jointly responsible for conduct of buggy when in charge of another person. Maximum number of persons on one buggy at one given time is two people. Buggies restricted to two motorised buggies per time slot. Buggies to be allowed at the discretion of the Course Curator subject to weather conditions.

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Hand pulled buggies are not allowed any closer than 5 metres from any green, and are not permitted between green side bunkers and the green. 6. Infringements To Be Reported It is the duty of every member to bring to the notice of the Committee any infringements of the Rules of Golf or of Golf Etiquette. 7. Bunkers Players are requested not to walk up the face of a bunker after completing a stroke, but should leave the way the player entered the bunker, and smooth out the footmarks and divots taken in making the stroke. 8. Purchase of Golf Balls Members must not purchase golf balls from any person on the course other than the Clubs professional or the Clubs representative. Committee action regarding this matter could mean the withdrawal of privileges. 9. Betting - Gambling Gambling on the Clubs premises is strictly prohibited. 10. Reprimanding of Club Employees In no instance shall a Club employee be directly reprimanded by a member. Members are reminded that the Ground Staff are employees of the Club. 11. Dress Regulations Slacks or Walk Shorts (Board Shorts, Swim Shorts, Football Shorts, Denim Jeans or Denim Jean Shorts are not acceptable). Long hose or white sports socks only to be worn with shorts. Long hose must be worn at full length at all times. Football hose is not acceptable. Shirts without collars and shirts adorned with slogans or company advertising are not acceptable. Dress requirements also apply to the practice fairway and practice putting green. Tee shirts and football jumpers so not acceptable. Track suits are not acceptable. All players using practice fairway must proceed to Starters office first. Footwear ALL FOOTWEAR AND DRESS RULES ARE AT THE DISCRETION OF THE STARTERS AND THEIR RULING WILL BE FINAL 12. Consumption of Liquor Liquor must not be consumed on the Golf Course Putting Green, Practice Fairways or in the Main Looker Room.

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13. Persons Eligible on the Course Any person under the age of 10 years is not permitted on the Golf Course, Putting Green or Practice Fairway. Any person under the age of 18 years Is subject to By-Laws governing junior golfers. 14. Reserved Parking Members and Visitors are requested to refrain from parking their cars in the Reserved Parking area set aside for Board and Committee Members. 15. Bunker and Chipping Green and Practice Fairway Permission must be obtained from the Starter before using these areas. Members are advised that only putting is permissible on the putting green. Persons using the practice fairway must hit from the marked tee boxes and in the direction shown. GOLF COMPETITIONS OTHER THAN STROKE AND STABLEFORD 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. The Match Committee shall lay down the conditions under which a competition is to be played. INDIVIDUAL PAR COMPETITION To understand this event, players need to know the method of allocating full handicap strokes to each hole, as explained for the individual Stableford competition. Once players mentally determine their own par for each hole, the individual Par competition challenges them to beat their own par. If players do exceed their par, they score a + (plus) for the hole. If players equal their own par, they are said to have halved or squared the hole which is scored with an 0. If par is not achieved, a - (minus) sign is recorded. At the end of each nine holes, and at the end of the round, the score is calculated by deducting the number of minuses from the number of pluses. Halved holes marked with an 0 are considered to be even or square and are not taken into account when determining the result. The only exception is when all holes are 0 even, then the result will be 0 even.

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The player with the highest result is the winner. When scoring the card, note that the stroke score must always be shown for holes where the player has halved or beaten par. The Individual Par competition is a fast game to play and allows clubs to cater for large fields at times when there are minimum daylight hours. It is customary practice for players to pick up their bail once they are beaten by par. FOUR BALL BEST BALL v PAR This competition evolves from the individual Par event which has already been outlined. (See individual Par for a detailed explanation of the scoring system used for this type of competition). As in 4BBB Stableford, two players play as partners and play the course almost as though it was an Individual Par event using their Individual full handicaps. At the completion of each hole, the player with the best score has it recorded on the card. It will be either a + (plus), 0 (half), or a - (minus). There is no need to record the scores of both players, since only the best score is required. The result for each nine holes is calculated and then combined to determine the result for the round. The team scoring the highest result is the winner. For the sake of a speedier game, it is customary practice for players to pick up their ball once it is impossible for them to exceed their partners score. The scorecard must always show the stroke score for holes where par has been beaten or halved. 4BBB v Par can be played as a mixed, members or ladies event. Ladies use their own tees and scorecard conditions. FOUR BALL BEST BALL STABLEFORD The Stableford system (see Individual Stableford) is used for this competition. However, in 4BBB Stableford, two players play as

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partners, although the hole is played by each of them, using their individual full handicaps. At the completion of the hole, that player recording the highest number of points has his or her score entered on the card. If both partners score equally on the hole, the score of the player who first completed the hole will be recorded. There is no need to record both scores, since only the best score is required, as the competition name implies. To speed up the game, it is customary practice for players to pick up their ball once it is impossible for them to exceed their partners score. 4BBB Stableford can be played as a mixed, members or ladies event. Ladies use their own tees and scorecard conditions. When marking the scorecard, the number of strokes taken must always be shown for holes where points are scored. Thus, the card records both strokes and points. FOUR BALL AGGREGATE STABLEFORD As the name implies the Stableford system is used in this event and the competition is played with a partner as in a 4BBB Stableford. Individual full handicaps are applied to each player and the number of points scored by each player is recorded at the end of every hole, as well as a total or aggregate score for the team. Players scored are totaled at the end of nine holes and compared with the aggregate score. This should balance with the total of each players result. Both sets of nine holes are added together to give total points for each player and an overall result. The team having the highest number of points is the winner. When marking the scorecard, note that both strokes and points should be shown. Aggregate Stableford can be played as a mixed, members or ladies event. Ladies use their own tees and scorecard conditions.

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FOUR BALL BEST BALL STROKE This is a variation of the basic Stroke event with two players playing as partners. Partners play the course as they would for an Individual Stroke event, but using the index, they mentally determine how many strokes they receive on each hole, or how their handicap is spread over the 18 holes of the course. After completing each hole, both partners determine their net scores and the lowest score is recorded. For example, say both partners received one handicap stroke on the first hole and scored seven and six respectively. This would give them net scores of six and five, so the player scoring a net five would have his or her score recorded on the card. If both players have equal net scores on a hole, then the player who first holed out has his or her score recorded. Both gross and net scores are totaled for each nine holes and then for the full round. A total gross and net score should also be shown at the top of the card. The team with the lowest score is the winner. Although clubs usually award trophies on the net result, some clubs will take the gross or scratch result into account. 4BBB Stroke differs from a normal Stroke event in that players can pick up their ball at any time and negate their score for that particular hole. In the interests of speedier play, it is also customary practice for players to pick up their ball once it is obvious that they cannot beat their partners score. This event can be played as a mixed, members or ladies competition.

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FOURSOMES Foursomes is basically a Stoke event played with a partner, and using only one ball. The rules of Foursomes require the partners to hit off from, alternate tees. Both players agree on the order of hitting off before the game. Player A may select the holes numbered 1, 3, 5, 7. 9. 11, 13, 15, 17. which leaves Player B with the even holes. This decision is entirely theirs and often depends on how confident players feel about certain holes on the course. In Mixed Foursomes, however, the Club usually determines the order of play. Once a player has teed off, the partners strike the ball alternately until the hole is completed. Therefore, if it is Player As turn to hit from the tee, Player B will hit the second shot, Player A the third and so on. Note that if either player incurs a penalty stroke, it does not alter the rotation of play. This includes the playing of a provisional ball. Foursomes is a lot of fun with an understanding partner and it is played as a Championship event in most clubs. It can be played as a mixed, members or ladies competition. Ladies play off their own tees when it is their turn to hit off. Scoring is identical to the simple method used for Stroke Play and the card should show both gross and net scores after handicap deduction. The teams handicap is half the aggregate of both partners handicaps. The team completing the course in the fewest strokes is the winner. CANADIAN FOURSOMES Canadian Foursomes is played with a partner and both players tee off on all holes. The players then decide together which ball is in the best position and the other ball is taken out of play. If Player A hit the selected ball from the tee, then Player B will hit the next shot or vice versa. Play continues on an alternate basis until the hole is completed, and for each hole thereafter, incurring a penalty

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shot does not affect the order of play. The handicap of each team is calculated by halving the aggregate of team members individual handicaps. Since Canadian Foursomes is a Stroke event, it is simply scored that way on the card showing a gross and net score. The team with the lowest scorn is the winner. Canadian Foursomes can be played as a mixed, members or ladies event and provides a fun variation of Foursomes play. TWO STROKE CANADIAN FOURSOMES Two Stroke Canadian Foursomes is yet another variation of the basic Foursomes competition. Two Stroke Canadian Foursomes differs from Canadian Foursomes in only one respect: both partners hit two shots before alternating play, rather than just a tee shot. The handicapping and scoring methods are identical to other Foursome events. This competition can be played as a mixed, members or ladies event. The team with the lowest score is the winner. AMERICAN FOURSOMES American Foursomes is played with a partner and both players tee off at each hole, then play a second stroke with their respective partners ball. The players mutually decide which ball is in the best position and the other ball is taken out of play. Play then proceeds as in a straight Foursomes competition, so that if Player B hit the second shot with the selected ball. Player A hits the next shot and play alternates until the hole is completed. The order of play is unaffected by penalty shots. Handicapping is determined by halving the aggregate handicaps of both partners for members play, and by taking 1/2 of the aggregate handicap for mixed and ladies play. The scorecard is completed as for a Stoke event, showing both gross and net scores. The team having the lowest score is the winner American Foursomes can be played as a mixed, members or ladies

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event and is sometimes called Pinehurst Foursomes. MEDLEY COMPETITION This event is a simple variation of the Par or Stableford competition. It is played as a Four Ball with two members, two ladies, or the pairing of a member and a lady. Members and ladies both play on their own Stroke handicaps using their own cards. The advantage of Medley competition is that all club members have the opportunity of getting a game and good entries are often assured. FLAG COMPETITION This event is an interesting and fun version of basic Stroke Play. The course is played as for a Stroke round. Players are deemed to have finished their round when they have completed a number of strokes equal to the par of the course (as shown on the scorecard), plus their stroke handicap. The first player to start in the competition carries a flag (mounted on a stick) and plants it on the spot where his or her ball lies at the finish of the round. The player must mark his or her name on the flag. If the ball is in the rough, the flag should be planted on the edge of the fairway, no nearer the hole. Subsequent players who have not finished their round when they reach the flag, should pick it up and carry it with them until their round is completed. The flag is then replanted and their name marked on it. The player who carries the flag the longest distance from the first tee is the winner. Normally this position is somewhere beyond the 18th green, usually on the first or second hole of the second round. The competition can be played in a number of ways, but it is usually run as a members or ladies event. If these events are played consecutively, two different flags will be used. A Flag competition is scored in the same way as a Stroke round, but scoring ceases once the player has used his or her stroke entitlement. If a player continues beyond the 18th green, it is not necessary to record that part of the second round played.

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INDIVIDUAL MATCH PLAY Golf was played under the Match Play system for hundreds of years and many championship and pennant competitions are still played this way. Match Play simply means that the game is played by holes, rather than by calculating the total number of strokes. A hole is won by the player who holes his or her ball in the least number of strokes. The hole is said to be halved if both players complete the hole in the same score. The reckoning of holes is kept by the terms holes up, all square and so many holes to play. A player is dormie when there are as many holes up as there are holes remaining to be played. The match is won by the player who is leading by a number of holes greater than the number of holes remaining. In a handicap match, the lower nett score wins the hole. The handicapping system in Match Play is based on the difference between the players Stroke handicaps, so that a player on a handicap of 10 would have to give an 18 handicapper eight strokes. These strokes would be allocated according to the Match Play index printed on the scorecard. Where there is more than 18 strokes difference between handicaps, players receive two strokes per hole where applicable, using Match Play index. Match Play has its own set of rules which is incorporated in the Rules of Golf. It is advisable for players to be familiar with these rules, as some of them differ from the rules covering Stroke Play. FOUR BALL MATCH PLAY This event is regularly played at club level and generally the same conditions as for Individual Match Play apply. Handicaps are applied by reducing the Stroke handicaps of all players by the handicap of the low handicap player, who will then play off scratch. The other three players are then allowed their resulting handicaps. Strokes are taken in accordance with the Match Play index on the

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scorecard. For example, if Player As handicap is 10, Player Bs 22, Player Cs 15 and Player Ds 11: then Player A would be off scratch, B off 12, C off 5 and D would play off 1. D would get a stroke at the number 1 hole on the Match Play index, C on holes 1 to 5 and so on. Once again, players should refer to the Rules of Golf, and in particular, those relating to Match Play. The match result is determined in the same way as for Individual Match Play. Although a scorecard is not officially required, players may choose to keep an unofficial record. AMBROSE EVENTS This event may be played as a Two, Three, or Four Ball event, although the Four Ball is the most popular. The team selects a captain (preferably the lowest marker) who is responsible for the method of play and marking of the card. The captain also determines the order of play which is then maintained throughout the event. All players hit off from the tee and the captain then decides which ball is in the best position, no matter where their previous stroke finished. The captain makes a similar selection after the next shot and play continues in this way. If the selected ball is in the rough or a hazard, the other balls must be dropped in the rough or hazard. On the putting surface, all balls must be putted from within 15cm of the spot where the selected ball lies. First player to putt MAY hole out. The rest of the team can putt to better the first player score. Ambrose is scored as a Stroke event and handicapping is as follows: Two Ball event 1/4 of aggregate Stroke handicap Three Ball event 1/6 of aggregate Stroke handicap Four Ball event 1/8 of aggregate Stroke handicap Each player must have his or her handicap recorded on the card. At thecompletion of the event, the card is counter-signed by another member of the team.

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Total gross and nett scores are shown on the card and the team with lowest score is the winner. Special conditions may apply from time to time. BISQUE PAR COMPETITION This event is an interesting variation of the Individual Par Competition, where players allocate their full handicap to each hole however they want. In Bisque Par competition it is not necessary to allocate your handicap before the event, as this is normally done on a hole-by-hole basis (at the completion of each hole). However, it is necessary to mark on the card the number of handicap strokes allocated to each hole. The allocation of handicap strokes will obviously cease once the players full handicap has been used. The game is then played as an Individual Par competition, and scored in the same fashion. For example, players taking seven strokes on a par 5 hole will have a + (plus) if they took three handicap strokes, a 0 (half) if they took two strokes: and a - (minus) if they took only one handicap stroke. The game relies to some extent on a players judgement and confidence, and provides an Interesting variation to an Individual Par event. The player with the highest result is the winner. 2BBB PLAYING CONDITIONS A 2BBB is a novelty event that is played in conjunction with a single event. The single event is the main event and the rules of golf for it must be adhered to. Eg. Partners are not to give advice. The scoring for a 2BBB is the same as a 4BBB and must be scored on a separate card. If you dont have a partner, you fill in two cards with your scores on each. At the end of the competition the committee will draw a partner for you from among the other single cards on the day and make up a card for you. If a player is still without a partner the committee will draw from the single cards another card to make up a 2BBB score for you.

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April 2011 FRIDAY 1st Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 2nd Monthly Medal - 3 Grades Bazzas Blue Marker Challenge in Conjunction SUNDAY 3rd 4BBB Stableford TT Social Club: 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: S.Watkins DAYLIGHT SAVINGS ENDS

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April 2011 MONDAY 4th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 5th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 6th Single Stableford 2 Grades THURSDAY 7th Ambrose Team of 4 Hartball Draw for teams Winners: Coral Asher, Romena Doran, Pam Ellison, Anne Foster Runners Up: Mandy Towers, Janet Haddrick, TBA FRIDAY 8th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 9th Single Stableford - 3 Grades Semi Final Single Match Play Championship Sponsor: Ken Mount and John Edwards SUNDAY 10th Mixed Texas Stableford Team of 4 Best 3 scores to count. Each players tee shot must be used 3 times Sponsor: Chris & Theresa Von Oppeln TT Social Club; 18 Holes Single Stableford Vs Castaways at Helensvales Trophies: D.Wood

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April 2011 MONDAY 11th Veterans Medal Day - Stroke TUESDAY 12th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot Tweed Travel Trophy at Twin Towns WEDNESDAY 13th Mid Week Medal - 2 Grades THURSDAY 14th Stroke 3 Divisions LOreal Day 6 Best Nett across the field FRIDAY 15th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 16th Single Stableford - 3 Grades Final Single Match Play Championship Sponsors: Ken Mount and John Edwards SUNDAY 17th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford TT Social Club; 9 Hole Monthly Medal Trophies: Social Club

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April 2011 MONDAY 18th Veterans Services Day - Individual Stableford TUESDAY 19th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 20th 4BBB Aggregate Stableford THURSDAY 21st 4BBB Stableford Winners: Pat Norris, Kay Palmer, Jill Toscano, Kelly Wilkinson Runners Up: TBA FRIDAY 22nd GOOD FRIDAY Social Play Only SATURDAY 23rd EASTER SATURDAY Single Stableford - 3 Grades SUNDAY 24th EASTER SUNDAY Mens & Ladies Single Stableford TT Social Club; 18 Holes Single Stableford Trophies: P.Brady

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April 2011 MONDAY 25th EASTER MONDAY ANZAC DAY Course Closed Till 12 Noon TUESDAY 26th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 27th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 28th Monthly Medal Stroke Round - 3 Divisions (0 - 22), (23 - 32), (33 45) Round 3 WGNSW Medal Round 3 International Bowl NSW Best Gross, Vets, Putting 3 Divisions FRIDAY 29th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 30th 4 Person Ambrose Each Player to record at least 3 tee shots May 2011 SUNDAY 1st TT Social Club; 9 Hole 2 Man Ambrose Trophies: R.Chong & D.Donaghy

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May 2011 MONDAY 2nd Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 3rd Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot Open nominations for Championships WEDNESDAY 4th Single Stableford 2 Grades THURSDAY 5th Foursomes 2 Divisions Qualifying Round for Challenge Cup Championships Foursomes Match Play 16 Pairs to Qualify mark Q on the card if you wish to qualify Please read conditions of play for this competition Winners: Robyn Beattie, Lorraine Schneider, Myra Biggar, Pat Hodda Runners Up: Joyce Flanagan, Jenny Mayo, Beryl Moore, Judy Mount FRIDAY 6th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 7th Monthly Medal 3 Grades Sponsor: Von Bibra Motors Bazzas BlueMarker Challenge In Conjuction SUNDAY 8th MOTHERS DAY Mens & Ladies Single Stableford Trophies: Wayne & Penny Martlew TT Social Club; Single Stableford Mothers Day Trophies: C.Brown

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May 2011 MONDAY 9th Veterans 2 Person Ambrose. Each player must use at least 6 tee shots and marked on the card TUESDAY 10th First Round Challenge Cup Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDY 11th Midweek Medal 2 Grades THURSDAY 12th Second round Challenge Cup Championships Rest of Field Single Stableford Winners: Shirley Stringer, Marg Stubbs Runners Up: Linda Dallas, Carmel Atkinson FRIDAY 13th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 14th 4BBB Stableford Qualifying Round NSW Sureshot Keno Championship SUNDAY 15th Mixed 4BBB Stableford Best 3 scores to count Trophies: Kevin & Janett Hadrick TT Social Club; 18 Holes Nerang RSL Single Stableford Trophies: R.Walker

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May 2011 MONDAY 16th Veterans 2BBB IN Conjuction / Mystery Partners Aggregate TUESDAY 17th Semi-Final Round Challenge Cup Championships Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 18TH Single Par 2 Grades THURSDAY 19TH Final Round Challenge Cup Championships Rest of Field Team of 4 Stableford, 2 scores to count Winners: Doreen Leopold, Olga Little, Dee Anderson, Dorothy Biggs Runners Up: Marilyn Brown, Maren Cooper, Beryl Johnson, Galemaree Dawes FRIDAY 20th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 21st Single Stableford - 3 Grades Sponsor: Graham Church SUNDAY 22nd Mixed Pinehurst Trophies: Hayden & Gwenda Gilbank TT Social Club; 9 Hole Monthly Medal Trophies: Social Club

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May 2011 MONDAY 23rd Veterans Single Stableford TUESDAY 24th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot Close nominations for Championships no late entries will be received. WEDNESDAY 25th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 26th Team of 2 Ambrose Winners: Penny Martlew, Kaye Mills Runners Up: Julie Chatfield, Jenny Poolman FRIDAY 27th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 28th Single Stableford - 3 Grades SUNDAY 29th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford NRDGA Pennants TT Social Club; 9 Hole 4BBB Aggregate Stableford Trophies: T.Chenery & G.Taylor

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May 2011 MONDAY 30th Veterans 4BBB Stableford TUESDAY 31st Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot June 2011 WEDNESDAY 1st Single Vs Par 2 Grades THURSDAY 2nd
Ladies Club Championships 54 Holes 3 stroke rounds of 18 Holes, played on 2, 7 & 9 June Refer to conditions of play Gross Winners & Runners Up 54 Holes 3 Grades Nett Winners & Runners Up 54 Holes 3 Grades One (1) Major Trophy Only (Gift Certificate) Club Trophies Sponsors: Ken and Denise Culpitt Ladies Veterans Championships 36 Holes 3 Grades Played in conjunction with Club Championships 2 & 7 June Club Trophies One (1) Major Trophy Only (Gift Certificate) Gross Winners & Runners Up, Nett Winners & Runners Up A special Nett Trophy for the over 70s in C Grade, sponsored by Margaret Blackmore Ball rundown applies each day for all players.

FRIDAY 3rd Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 4th Monthly Medal - 3 Grades Bazzas Blue Marker Challenge in Conjunction SUNDAY 5th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford NRDGA Pennants TT Social Club; 9 Hole 2 Man Ambrose Vs Chinderah

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Trophies: J.Boss & J.Little June 2011 MONDAY 6TH Veterans Open Day TUESDAY 7th Round 2 Championships Final Round Vets Championships Presentation of Vets Championships WEDNESDAY 8th Single Stableford 2 Grades THURSDAY 9th Final Round Championships Presentation for Championships FRIDAY 10th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 11th Queens Birthday Long Weekend Single Stableford 3 Grades SUNDAY 12th 4BBB Stableford Trophies: John Skerry & Rhoda Way TT Social Club; 9 Hole Monthly Medal Trophies: Social Club

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June 2011 MONDAY 13th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 14th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 15th Midweek Medal 2 Grades THURSDAY 16th Monthly Medal Stroke Round 3 Divisions (0 - 22), (23 - 32), (33 45) Round 4 WGNSW Medal Round 1 Gold Coast Brooch Round 1 Gwlad Murray Best Gross, Vets, Putting 3 Divisions FRIDAY 17th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 18th 4BBB Stableford 3 Grades Qualifying Round for N.S.W Keno Sureshot Championship Pacific Golfer Best Ball Challenge Qualifying Round SUNDAY 19th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford NRDGA Pennants TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford - Presidents Cup Trophies: Presidents Cup - B.Ward

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June 2011 MONDAY 20th Veterans Individual Stableford Restricted Field 1st tee 9.30am only WGNR Pennant at Twin Towns 10.00am tee off

TUESDAY 21st Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot

WEDNESDAY 22nd Single Stableford 2 Grades

THURSDAY 23rd President/Captains Day 4 Ball Match Play Shotgun start 7.30am for 8.00am start Winner and squared matches to receive a ball Theme `M Lunch FRIDAY 24th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 25th Single Stroke 3 Grades SUNDAY 26th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford Final NRDGA Pennants TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford - President V Captain Trophies: President V Captain - C.Dunn

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June 2011 MONDAY 27th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 28th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot Nominations open for Foursomes Championships WEDNESDAY 29th 2 Person Ambrose 6 Tee Shots to be recorded by each player THURSDAY 30th 4BBB Match Play Tombola Day Winners: Lin Phillips, Betty Crabb, Pauline Ryan, Moya Creed Runners Up: Mardi Mason, Joan Cusack July 2011 FRIDAY 1st Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 2nd Monthly Medal - 3 grades Bazzas Blue Marker Challenge in Conjunction Sponsors: Von Bibra Motors SUNDAY 3rd 2 Stroke Canadian Trophies: Graham & Jenny Malley TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: P.Chong

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July 2011 MONDAY 4th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 5th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 6th Single Stableford 3 Grades THURSDAY 7th Monthly Medal Stroke Round 3 Divisions (0 - 22), (23 - 32), (33 45) Round 5 WGNSW Medal Round 2 Gold Coast Brooch Round 2 Gwlad Murray Best Gross, Vets, Putting 3 Divisions Nominations close for Foursomes Championships, no late entries will be accepted FRIDAY 8th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 9th 1st Round Mens Club Championships 3 Grades Sponsors: I.G.T. SUNDAY 10th Mens & Ladies Single Vs Par TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: K.Rollings

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July 2011 MONDAY 11th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 12th Round 1 Ladies Foursomes Championships WEDNESDAY 13th Mid Week Medal 2 Grades THURSDAY 14th Final Round Ladies Foursomes Championships Sponsors: Ken and Denise Culpitt FRIDAY 15th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 16th 2nd Round Mens Club Championships 3 Grades Sponsors: I.G.T. SUNDAY 17th Single Stableford Sponsors: A.Williams, P.Quiggan, R.Telfer & R.Mills TT Social Club; 9 Hole Stroke Monthly Medal Trophies: Social Club

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July 2011 MONDAY 18th Veterans Team of 4 Stableford Best 3 scores to count TUESDAY 19th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 20th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 21st Russian Roulette Team of 2 (Conditions of Play apply) Winners: Ruth Williams, TBA Runners Up: Margaret Attwood FRIDAY 22nd Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 23rd 3rd Round Mens Club Championships 3 Grades Sponsors: I.G.T. SUNDAY 24th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford Twin Towns Dinner Dance. - 6.00pm for 6.30pm TT Social Club; 18 Hole Single Stableford At Murwillumbah Trophies: Grundy Gable Shield

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July 2011 MONDAY 25th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 26th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot Womens Golf Northern Rivers Tournament at 25, 26 & 27 July at Yamba WEDNESDAY 27th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford THURSDAY 28th 3BBB V Par Winners: Marie McGuinness, Judy McQuillan, Claire Manthey Runners Up: Galemaree Dawes, Denise Melling, TBA FRIDAY 29th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 30th 4th Round Mens Club Championships 3 Grades Sponsor: I.G.T Seeded Draw (A,B & C Grade) SUNDAY 31st 4BBB Stableford Invitation Day Ros & Judy Stephens TT Social; Single Stableford Aqua Ducks Trophies: K.Casey

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August 2010 MONDAY 1st Veterans Medal Day Stroke TUESDAY 2nd Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 3rd Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 4th Monthly Medal Stroke Round - 3 Divisions (0 - 22), (23 - 32), (33 45) Round 6 WGNSW Medal Round 3 Gold Coast Brooch Round 3 Gwlad Murray Best Gross, Vets, Putting 3 Divisions FRIDAY 5th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 6th Monthly Medal - 3 Grades Bazzas Blue Marker Challenge in Conjunction SUNDAY 7th Mixed 2 Person Ambrose Barry & June McFadden TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: TBA

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August 2011 MONDAY 8th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 9th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 10th Midweek Medal 2 Grades THURSDAY 11th American Foursomes Winners: Val Landers, Gwen Mather, Margaret Bee, Freda Diamond Runners Up: Kaye Mills, Pat Norris, Shirley Stringer, Romena Doran FRIDAY 12th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 13th 4BBB Stableford Qualifying Round for 4 Ball Match Play Sponsors: Barry Southgate [Tweed Fencing] & Thomas Errol Wood SUNDAY 14th Mixed 4BBB Stableford Club Trophy TT Social Club; 1ST Rnd Championships 18 Holes Trophies: Mens Golf Club

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August 2011 MONDAY 15th Veterans 4BBB Stableford TUESDAY 16th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 17th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 18th 4BBB V Par Winners: Joyce Flanagan, Marilyn Berryman, Betty Hall, Joan Harrison Runners Up: TBA FRIDAY 19th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 20th Single Stableford 3 Grades SUNDAY 21st Mixed 4BBB Stableford John and Liz Edward TT Social Club; 2ND Rnd Championships 18 Holes Trophies: Barry Hortons Golf Shop

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August 2011 MONDAY 22nd Veterans Individual Stableford Restricted Field - 1st Tee 6.30am to 10.00am only Womens Gold Coast Pennant at Twin Town from 9.30am TUESDAY 23rd Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 24th Single Vs Par - 2 Grades THURSDAY 25th Canadian Foursomes Winners: Coral Asher, Lyn Brown, Lorraine Leonard Runners Up: Dee Anderson, Nancy Douglas, Chris Kellock FRIDAY 26th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 27th Single Stableford - 3 Grades SUNDAY 28th Single Stableford Dave & Chery Pettigrew TT Social Club: 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: B.Capuano

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August 2011 MONDAY 29th 2BBB Aggregate in conjunction / Mystery partner TUESDAY 30th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 31st 4BBB Aggregate Stableford September 2011 THURSDAY 1st Team of 4 Stableford best 3 scores to count Best Gross, Vets, Putting 3 Divisions FRIDAY 2nd Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 3rd Monthly Medal - 3 Grades Bazzas Blue Marker Challenge in Conjunction Sponsor: Von Bibra Motors SUNDAY 4th FATHERS DAY Mens & Ladies Single Stableford TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: T.Kurrle

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September 2011 MONDAY 5th Veterans 1ST Round Championships - Stroke TUESDAY 6th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 7th Midweek Medal 2 Grades THURSDAY 8th Texas Stableford FRIDAY 9th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 10th Single Stableford - 3 Grades 1ST Round 4BBB Match Play Championships Sponsor: Barry Southgate SUNDAY 11th Mixed 4BBB Stableford Trophies: Ivan & Shirley Stringer TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: W.Jauncey

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September 2011 MONDAY 12th Veterans Final Round Championships - Stroke TUESDAY 13th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot Boomerang Shield at Twin Towns WEDNESDAY 14th Single Stableford 2 Grades THURSDAY 15th Single Stableford FRIDAY 16th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 17th Single Stableford - 3 Grades SUNDAY 18th 2 Stroke Canadian Sponsors: Harry & Peg Williams TT Social Club: 9 Hole Monthly Medal Trophies: Social Club

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September 2011 MONDAY 19th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 20th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 21st 4 Man Ambrose Each players tee shot to be recorded 3 times THURSDAY 22nd OBE Day Rest of field Single Stableford TBA FRIDAY 23rd Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 24th Single Stableford 2nd Round 4BBB Match Play Sponsor: Barry Southgate SUNDAY 25th Mixed Texas Stableford Team of 4 Trophies: R.McMahan, M.Hogan, Ray & Olga Little TT Social Club; 18 Hole Single Stableford Vs Castaways at Banora Trophies; G Veivers Shield

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September 2011 MONDAY 26th Veterans Team of 4 Stableford Best 3 Scores to Count TUESDAY 27th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 28th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 29th Monthly Medal Round 4 Gold Coast Brooch FRIDAY 30th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford October 2011 SATURDAY 1st Monthly Medal - 3 Grades Bazzas Blue Marker Challenge in Conjunction

SUNDAY 2nd Daylight Saving Commences Mens & Ladies Single Stableford TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: TBA

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October 2011 MONDAY 3rd LABOUR DAY NSW Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 4th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot Nominations open for Melbourne Cup WEDNESDAY 5th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 6th Pink Lady Day Team of 4 Stableford, best 2 scores to count in conjunction with Pink Lady FRIDAY 7th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford October 2011 SATURDAY 8th Single Stableford - 3 Grades 3rd Round 4BBB Match Play Trophies: Graham Church Sponsors: Barry Southgate SUNDAY 9th American Foursomes Sponsors: Albert & Moya Creed TT Social Club; 9 Holes Single Stableford - Memorial Day Trophies: J.Fraser (Vern Huntly)

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October 2011 MONDAY 10th Greens Renovations - Veterans 4BBB Stableford Restricted Field 1st Tee 6.30am 8.30am TUESDAY 11th Greens to be renovated 9 Hole Social Play WEDNESDAY 12th Greens to be renovated 9 Hole Social Play THURSDAY 13th Greens renovations FRIDAY 14th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 15th Single Stableford Final 4BBB Match Play Championship Sponsor: Barry Southgate (Tweed Fencing) SUNDAY 16th Mixed Foursome Championships 2 Grades (27 Holes) Sponsor: North R.I.E. TT Social Club; 9 Hole Monthly Medal Trophies: Social Club

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October 2011 MONDAY 17th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 18th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 19th Midweek Medal 2 Grades THURSDAY 20th Gold Medal Play Off for Medal of Medals Rest Of Field Single Stableford FRIDAY 21st Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 22nd Single Stableford 3 Grades Captain V President Day SUNDAY 23rd Mixed 4BBB Stableford Trophies: Max Jessop & Pauline Ryan TT Social Club; 9 Hole 4 Man Ambrose Trophies: N.Hanson, F.Caspers, T.McCowan & L.Bradley

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October 2011 MONDAY 24th Veterans 4 Person Ambrose Each player must use at least 3 tee shots and marked on the card TUESDAY 25th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot Close nominations for Melbourne Cup NO late nominations accepted WEDNESDAY 26th American Foursomes THURSDAY 27th Stroke Flag event 3 Divisions (0-22)(23-32)(33-45) All Players Compete 18 Holes FRIDAY 28th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 29th 4BBB Aggregate Stableford Sponsor: Graham Church SUNDAY 30th 4Ball Team of 4 Best of 3 Sores to count Trophies: Mary & Danny Minogue TT Social Club: 18 Holes Stroke Vs South Tweed Tavern Trophies: H.Boyle

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October 2011 MONDAY 31st Veterans Medal Day Stroke November 2011 TUESDAY 1st Melbourne Cup Day - 4BBB Stableford Shotgun start 7.30am for 8.00am start Lunch North Real estate WEDNESDAY 2nd Single Stableford 2 Grades THURSDAY 3rd Single Stableford Winners: Marj Storey, Fran Tedesco Runners Up: TBA FRIDAY 4th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 5th Monthly Medal - 3 Grades Sponsor: Von Bibra Motors Bazzas Blue Marker Challenge in Conjunction SUNDAY 6th Mixed 4BBB Stableford TT Social Club; 18 Hole Stroke at Evans Head Trophies: Northern Rivers Shield

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November 2011 MONDAY 7th ARMISTICE DAY Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 8th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 9th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 10th 4Ball Aggregate Stableford Winners: Dot Gronn, Janet Haddrick, Diane Hughes, June McFadden Runners Up: Marg Stubbs, Kath Pettit, Margaret Meekings, Kerrie Campbell FRIDAY 11th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 12th Legacy Day Single Stableford 3 Grades Trophies: Legacy Shield SUNDAY 13th Mixed 4BBB V Par TT Social Club; 9 Hole 4BBB Stableford Trophies: R.Little & B.Knudsen

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November 2011 MONDAY 14th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 15th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 16th Midweek Medal - 2 Grades THURSDAY 17th Stroke round Winners: Helen Smith, Doreen Snelling Runners Up: Lida Formella, TBA FRIDAY 18th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 19th Single Stableford 3 Grades Allan Beard Memorial Day Sponsors: Warwick Self, Mike Mills, Allan McGuinness, Mike Flanagan SUNDAY 20th Mixed Russian Roulette Team of 4 Leon & Maria Anesbury, Miriam & Tony Jackson TT Social Club; 9 Hole Monthly Medal - Medal of Medals Trophies: Social Club

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November 2011 MONDAY 21st Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 22nd Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 23rd 4BBB Stableford THURSDAY 24th Ambrose Team of 4 Draw for teams Special Events Day Winners: Betty Kuskopf, Lorna Bell, Jenny Malley, Peggy Williams Runners Up: Marilyn Berryman, Myra Biggar, Romena Doran, Jenny Mayo FRIDAY 25th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 26th Monthly Medal - 3 Grades (December) Bazzas Blue Marker Challenge in Conjunction Trophies: Club Trophy SUNDAY 27th Mixed Ambrose Trophies: Keith & Marien Cooper, Lindsay & Robyn Campbell Each player must have 3 tee shots recorded TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: OConnor Memorial Day

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November 2011 MONDAY 28th Veterans Christmas Function 4BBB Stableford - Shotgun Start 7.30am for 8.00am Presentation of Trophies TUESDAY 29th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 30th Single Vs Par December 2011 THURSDAY 1st 3BBB Best score to count Winners: Daphne Andersen, Colleen Johns, Lorna Smith Runners Up: Judy Mount, Mandy Towers, Val Maloney FRIDAY 2nd Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 3rd 4BBB Stableford Shotgun Start 9am for 9.30am Mens Christmas Function Entry Conditions Apply SUNDAY 4th Mixed Single Stableford A.McGowan TT Social; 18 Holes 4 Man Ambrose & Christmas Party Trophies: Milt Compton (Hams)

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December 2011 MONDAY 5th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 6th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 7th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 8th Christmas Party Canadian Foursomes 18 Holes played in 6s 2 Divisions Shotgun Start 7.30am for 8.00 am start Lunch FRIDAY 9th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 10th Single Stableford - 3 Grades SUNDAY 11th Mixed 4BBB Stableford Sponsor: Hahn Premium Light Mixed Christmas Function Conditions Apply TT Social Club; 18 Holes Stroke Monthly Medal Trophies: TBA

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MONDAY 12th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 13th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 14th Midweek Medal 2 Grades THURSDAY 15th Social Play FRIDAY 16th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 17th 2 Man Ambrose Each player must use at least 6 tee shots and shown on card Where tee shots are taken must be marked on card L C Newton Day SUNDAY 18th Mixed Single Stableford TT Social Club; 2 Man Ambrose Three Stick Trophies: G.Dinham

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December 2011 MONDAY 19th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 20th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 21st Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 22nd Social Play FRIDAY 23rd Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 24th Single Stableford 3 Grades SUNDAY 25th CHRISTMAS DAY COURSE CLOSED

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December 2011 MONDAY 26th BOXING DAY Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 27th Public Holiday WEDNESDAY 28th Single Stableford 2 Grades THURSDAY 29th Social Play FRIDAY 30th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 31st NEW YEARS EVE Single Stableford 3 Grades January 2012 SUNDAY 1st NEW YEARS DAY Social Play TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: P.Woodgate

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January 2012 MONDAY 2nd NEW YEARS DAY HOLIDAY Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 3rd Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot Special Events open WEDNESDAY 4th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 5th Ladies Single Stableford FRIDAY 6th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 7th Monthly Medal - 3 Grades Bazzas Blue Marker Challenge in Conjunction SUNDAY 8th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford TT Social Club; 9 Hole 2 Man Ambrose Trophies: R.McCowan & JD.Smith

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January 2012 MONDAY 9th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 10th Mixed Single Stableford - Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 11th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 12th Ladies Single Stableford FRIDAY 13th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 14th Single Stableford - 3 Grades SUNDAY 15th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford TT Social Club; 9 Hole Monthly Medal Trophies: Social Club

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January 2012 MONDAY 16th Veterans 4BBB Stableford TUESDAY 17th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 18th Midweek Medal - 2 Grades THURSDAY 19th Ladies Single Stableford FRIDAY 20th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 21st Single Stableford - 3 Grades Johnnie Walker Scotch Whisky Weekend of Golf SUNDAY 22nd Mens & Ladies Single Stableford Johnnie Walker Scotch Whisky Weekend of Golf TT Social Club; 2 Man Ambrose Stableford at Chinderah Trophies: W.Woodford & F.Casper

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January 2012 MONDAY 23rd Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 24th Mixed Single Stableford - Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 25th Single Stableford - 2 Grades THURSDAY 26th AUSTRALIA DAY Ladies Single Stableford FRIDAY 27th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 28th Single Stableford - 3 Grades SUNDAY 29th Mens & Ladies 2 Person Ambrose 6 tee shots to be recorded by each player TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: C & N Hilan

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January 2012 MONDAY 30th Veterans Team of 4 Stableford Best 3 scores to count TUESDAY 31st Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot February 2012 WEDNESDAY 1 Single Stableford 2 Grades THURSDAY 2nd Opening Day Team of 4 Stableford Special Events already open FRIDAY 3rd Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 4th Monthly Medal - 3 Grades Play Off Monthly Medal of Medals Bazzas Blue Marker Challenge in Conjunction SUNDAY 5th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford Sponsors: Brian & Dot Gron TT Social Club; 9 Hole 4BBB Stableford Trophies: M.Byrne & P.Craddock
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February 2012 MONDAY 6th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 7th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 8th Single Stableford 2 Grades THURSDAY 9th Single Stableford ANZ Ladies Masters at Royal Pines Winners: Carmel Atkinson, Mary Hogan Runners Up: TBA FRIDAY 10th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 11th Single Stableford - 3 Grades Qualifying Round Phil Gibbs Memorial Single Match Play Championship Played from Blue Markers Best 32 Scores to Count Sponsors: Ken Mount SUNDAY 12th Mixed 4BBB Best 3 Scores to Count TT Social Club; 9 Hole Monthly Medal Trophies: Social Club

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February 2012 MONDAY 13th Veterans 4BBB Stableford TUESDAY 14th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot Special Events close today Late entries not accepted WEDNESDAY 15th Midweek medal 2 Grades THURSDAY 16th Monthly Medal Stroke Round 3 Divisions (0 - 22), (23 - 32), (33 - 45) Best Gross, Vets, Putting FRIDAY 17th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 18th Single Vs Par 3 Grades SUNDAY 19th Mixed 4 Person Ambrose TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: G.Elms

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February 2012 MONDAY 20th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 21st Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 22nd Single Stableford 2 Grades THURSDAY 23rd 2 Person Ambrose Winners: Pam Quiggin, Judy Stephen Runners Up: TBA FRIDAY 24th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 25th 4BBB Stableford SUNDAY 26th Mixed 4BBB Stableford Best 3 Scores to Count TT Social Club; 18 Holes Single Stableford (P.Gibb Memorial Day) Trophies: M.Reid

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February 2012 MONDAY 27 Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 28th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 29th 4BBB Aggregate Stableford March 2012 THURSDAY 1st Monthly Medal Stroke Round - 3 Divisions (0 - 22), (23 - 32), (33 45) Round 1 WGNSW Medal Round 1 International Bowl NSW Best Gross, Vets, Putting 3 Divisions FRIDAY 2nd Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 3rd Monthly Medal 3 Grades Sponsor: Von Bibra Motors SUNDAY 4th Mixed Texas 4 Ball Sponsors: Chris & Therese Vonnoplen TT Social Club; 9 Hole Monthly Medal AGM Trophies: Social Club
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March 2012 MONDAY 5th Green Renovations Veterans 4BBB Stableford Restricted Field 1st Tee 6.30 8.30 am TUESDAY 6th Green Renovations 9 Hole Social Play WEDNESDAY 7th Green Renovations 9 Hole Social Play THURSDAY 8th Green Renovations 9 Hole Social Play FRIDAY 9th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 10th Single Stableford - 3 Grades SUNDAY 11th Ladies & Men Single Stableford Trophies: Ray & June Holmes TT Social Club; 9 Hole Single Stableford Trophies: C.Fehlberg Memorial Day

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March 2012 MONDAY 12th Veterans Presidents Cup Round 1 Stroke TUESDAY 13th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 14th Single Stableford 2 Grades THURSDAY 15th Irish 4 Ball St Patricks Day celebration wear something green Winners: Gwenda Gilbank, Helen Evans, Miriam Jackson, Maria Anesbury Runners Up: Lucy Ablett, Coral Asher, TBA FRIDAY 16th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 17th Single Stableford 3 Grades SUNDAY 18th Mixed 4 Ball Aggregate Stableford TT Social Club; 18 Hole Single Stableford Vs Murwillumbah Trophies: Grundy Gable Shield

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March 2012 MONDAY 19th Veterans Presidents Cup Final Round Stroke TUESDAY 20th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 21st Midweek Medal 2 Grades THURSDAY 22nd Single Stableford Winners: TBA Runners Up: TBA FRIDAY 23rd Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 24th Single Stableford - 3 Grades 1st Round Singles Match Play Championship Sponsor: Ken Mount & John Edwards SUNDAY 25th Mixed 4BBB Stroke TT Social Club; 9 Hole 2 Man Ambrose Trophies: M.Alder & M.Moor

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March 2012 MONDAY 26th Veterans Individual Stableford TUESDAY 27th Mixed Single Stableford Ladies Time Slot WEDNESDAY 28th Single Vs Par 2 Grades THURSDAY 29th Monthly Medal Stroke Round - 3 Divisions (0 - 22), (23 - 32), (33 45) Round 2 WGNSW Medal Best Gross, Vets, Putting 3 Divisions FRIDAY 30th Mens & Ladies Single Stableford SATURDAY 31st Single Stableford 3 Grades 2nd Round Single Match Play Championships Sponsors: Ken Mount & Jon Edwards

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TWIN TOWNS SERVICES LADIES GOLF CLUB PUBLIC HOLIDAYS SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 2011

AUSTRALIA DAY 26 January EASTER 22 - 25 April ANZAC DAY 26 April NSW SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 11 - 26 April 04 - 15 July 26 September - 7 October School Finishes 21 December QLD SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 16 26 April 25 June to 10 July 17 September to 2 October School Finishes December 9

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TWIN TOWNS SERVICES LADIES GOLF CLUB 2011/2012 PROGRAMME HONOUR BOARD EVENTS CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP H G Winders Bowl and Championships Badge with Bar FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIP Presidents Cup FOURSOMES MATCHPLAY CHALLENGE CUP MAJOR ANNUAL AWARDS Best Nett over Championship Rodger Davis Trophy ANNUAL TROPHIES Most Reduced First Actual Handicap Mavis McCall Perpetual Trophy Only scores returned from this course will be considered as eligible for the above events. Refer Conditions of play. ANNUAL INTER-CLUB EVENTS 2010 / 2011 TTSLGC v Murwillumbah Tweed Travel Trophy Tuesday, 12th April 2011 at Twin Towns TTSLGC v Mullumbimby Boomerang Trophy Tuesday, 13th September 2011 at Twin Towns

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COMPETITION DAYS AS PROGRAMMED 2011/2012 TUESDAY Refer to Programme Book MIXED SINGLE EVENT from 7.00am to 7.24am and from 8.36am to 9.12am. LADIES TIME SLOT from 7.30am to 8.30am. SPECIAL EVENT - as programmed N.B. These arrangements are subject to change by Match Committee, if deemed necessary. THURSDAY from 7.30am 8.42am unless otherwise specified. LADIES COMPETITION as programmed. WGNSW medals to be run in 3 Divisions: (0-22), (23-32), (33-45). SINGLE EVENTS, where programmed to be run in Divisions depending on the number in the field on the day. MONTHLY MEDAL PLAY: Commences off the 1st and 10th tees.

HOLE-IN-ONE: Those competitors obtaining a Hole-in-One on Tuesdays and Thursdays will receive a Hole-in-One Trophy, Badge and 6 golf balls - plus sponsored by Twin Towns Services Club Ltd, 1 (one) Bottle of Whisky and a Certificate. Hole-in-Ones will not be played off temporary tees and/or greens.

EAGLE: Those competitors obtaining an eagle on Tuesdays and Thursdays will receive an Eagles Badge and 6 golf balls. Eagles will not be played off temporary tees and/or greens. RECOMMENDED HANDICAP ALLOWANCES: Stroke, Par, Stableford and Fourball - Full handicap (unless "otherwise", specified), Canadian and American Foursomes - combined handicap, Foursomes - combined handicap, Ambrose - combined handicap (4's), 1/6 combined handicap (3' s), combined handicap (2's).

MONTHLY MEDALS: Eight (8) for 2011

MEDAL OF MEDALS: Played for in September (refer to Special Conditions of Play). BEST GROSS: Held in conjunction with Monthly Medal rounds from February to September - 2 balls for Best Gross in three (3) Divisions. SPECIAL EVENTS: Nominations for all Club Special Events close 22nd February 2011 All Special Events completed on 1 September 2011, except where

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otherwise programmed. SPECIAL EVENTS FEES for: WG NSW Medal, Gold Coast Brooch, International Bowl NSW and WGNR Veterans Gwlad Murray Memorial, TT Club Veterans, Eclectic and Royal Chip, Putting, Annual Overall Best Gross and Best Nett. Fees MUST be paid in advance for members to be eligible for trophies. SPECIAL EVENTS: Competitions from February to September are as follows: WGNSW Medals - Six (6) rounds to be played in conjunction with Monthly Medal events March to August.

INTERNATIONAL BOWL (NSW) - Conducted by WGNSW - one (1) Stroke round played in conjunction with Monthly Medal events between March and May. GOLD COAST DISTRICT BROOCH - Conducted by Gold Coast District - Four (4) Stroke rounds played in conjunction with Monthly Medal events between June and September. VETERANS GWLAD MURRAY MEMORIAL EVENT - Conducted by Northern Rivers District - Three (3) Stroke rounds played in conjunction with Monthly Medals events between June and August. (N.B. To enter this event you MUST be a financial member of the NSW Vets). VETERANS - Open to TT Club Veterans who have paid $4.40 annual fee - held in conjunction with Monthly Medal rounds from February to September. Winners - three (3) Divisions. Veterans Championships held in conjunction with Club Championships in June. BEST GROSS - Annual Trophy overall Best Gross. BEST NETT - Annual Trophy overall Best Nett. ECLECTIC - Gross and Nett scored over all individual rounds on Thursdays including the Championships. Annual Trophies, three (3) Divisions (Handicap - half of players handicap at the beginning of the last round of competition). Each golfer to record her own Eclectic scores in the Eclectic book. ROYAL CHIP (RC) - All chip ins from off the putting surface to be recorded on Royal Chip Card. If tied - card draw for result. (NB - Only those players who have paid into the Eclectic are eligible to participate in the Royal Chip Competition) RC's ONLY COUNT ON THURSDAYS FOR ALL INDIVIDUAL ROUNDS. PUTTING - In conjunction with Monthly Medal events in three (3) Divisions. Prizes presented on the day. No annual trophy.

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ON COURSE DRESS REGULATIONS FOR ALL COMPETITIONS Golf shoes and correct attire MUST be worn on course at all times. PERMITTED: Long shorts, culottes, skirts and tailored slacks. NOT PERMITTED: Brief shorts, tights, bike pants, short skirts, tank tops, singlets or bare midriff tops, studded denim jeans or studded denim shorts, tracksuits, thongs and sandals. NOTE: All footwear and dress rules are at the discretion of the starters and their ruling will be final. The Executive and Management Committee sincerely thank all 2011 trophy donors. CONDITIONS OF PLAY AND REGULATIONS FOR ALL COMPETITIONS FOR 2011/2012 1. Match Committee The Match Committee is in charge of all play on the course and reserves the right to alter the programme at any time without notice. The Rules of Golf and Local Rules of the Club are the rules of play. The Match Committee's decision in all competitions is final. 2. Handicaps Each player is responsible for playing on her correct handicap and this figure MUST appear on her score card. A member NOT handicapped at Twin Towns Services Ladies Golf Club must show her Home Club and her Golflink number where applicable on her card. 3. Club Membership Numbers Club memberships numbers should be on score cards and is the sole responsibility of the player. 4. Disqualification (a) Failure to sign card or playing off the incorrect handicap. [Lower handicap allowed]. (b) As shown in Conditions of Play - refer paragraph 8 shown

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hereunder. 5. Ties All ties will be decided by countback unless Conditions of Play specify otherwise. 6. Countback In accordance with Golf Australia Regulations. 7. Minimum Field Ten players. Subject to review by Match Committee in respect of particular events. 8. Conditions of Play The Annual Conditions of Play and separate conditions for special and major events will be posted on the Notice Board. (a) Players must report to Starter 15 minutes before tee-off time. (b) Competition Cards must be returned within 15 minutes of the completion of the round. The Competition is CLOSED 15 minutes after the final players have left the course. (c) Where there is discontinuance of play as ordered by the Committee under Rule 33.2(d) (after the competition has commenced), the Committee may direct that the game be replayed on a specified date or that the competition fee for that day be divided by lot among the competitors. 9. Visitors Members may invite up to two (2) guests and they are eligible to play in competitions except Honour Board and Major Annual Award events as specified - GA Handicap necessary. Visitors must show their Home Club and Golflink number where applicable on their cards. Visitors are not eligible to win major prizes, but will receive balls instead. 10. Mobile Phones

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The audible emissions or unauthorised use of mobile phones on the golf course, or during play, is a serious break of etiquette and will attract a warning and a possible disqualification (Rule 33-7). However, players or caddies who have a medical or serious reason to have their mobile phone switched on, must inform the starter. Should the starter agree this reason is substantial, the player or caddie may have the phone switched on in mute mode. Normal Competitions: Resume with Opening Day Thursday 2 Feburary 2012. NOTES

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