To all Hills Social Golf Club Members,
Please put your names down if you want to participate in our annual Weekend Away.
Starts Friday afternoon 28/10/16 to Sunday afternoon 30/10/16.
Staying in cabins at Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club, great proximity. Accommodation is fully self-contained and it is near the courses we are going to play.
First game will be at the Links Shell Cove including cart teeing off just after lunch.
The next day we will be teeing off in the morning at the Port Kembla Golf Course which is including carts. Lunch will be provided and the presentation held at the course after the game.
Come on guys, all this for $250 (members only) ($300 for non-members) for a great weekend away from the missus what else could you ask for?
The social commitee
Cabramatta is always a challenging course but as always we had a great turn out and some exceptional golf played!
Winner of the Day Mick Harrison took out the Champions of Champions with a massive 42 points!!! Paul Armstrong just missing out on the win and Gary “el presidente” Gillett bringing up the rear…
Birdie’s were standard of the day with yours truly bagging 2 and Gary Gillett, Andrew Cammelleri, Ron Cameron, Paul Wintle, Dean Clark, Ron Hewitt and Bob Mcrea all taking 1 ball home for their efforts.
Practice makes perfect award goes to Andrew Cammelleri who had plenty of bunker practice as you can see below.
A chilly start to the day which started @ 3 degrees@ 6.45am tee off. Which you can quite easily see the beautiful morning below. Pity about the golf…
The course at Lynwood was in perfect condition with the greens I am told playing a little slow(i’d hate to see them faster). The winner of the day was Eric (needs to look at his own handicap) Ripps. A magnificent 43 point total.
THE HILLS CLUB SOCIAL GOLF CLUB MEMBERS INFORMATION & CLUB BY-LAWS PURPOSE The Golf Club has been established for the purpose of promoting fellowship and recreational activity for members throu…
Hi Golfers welcome to the first update of the season for the Clubman of the Year.
For those new to the concept, or those that have never understood how it works – a brief explanation.
For each game that you play, you are awarded 10 points – yes basically for showing up. You then receive an additional 1 point for each golfer you manage to beat on the day resulting in your points tally for the day.
On club events such as Calderwood and the trip away each player in attendance receives the 10 points for showing up, plus an additional point for every other golfer that turns up on the day. So in the case of Calderwood where 14 golfers turned up to play, each player will receive 10 points + an additional 14 points = 24 Points.
The spirit of the Clubman is to reward the most consistent golfer all throughout the year, both in participation and golfing results.
In the words of a past winner, “the Clubman of the year is the most prestigious award to win”