2019 City of Hervey Bay

HERVEY BAY MEN'S OPEN

IN CONJUNCTION WITH

HERVEY BAY MID-AMATEUR & SENIOR MEN'S CHAMPIONSHIPS

36 HOLES SINGLE STROKE EVENT

SATURDAY 12th & SUNDAY 13th OCTOBER

SATURDAY: 7am & 12 NOON SHOTGUN STARTS

SATURDAY NIGHT: 5:30PM DINNER IN "THE CLUBHOUSE"

SUNDAY: 8am SHOTGUN START

ENTRY $70

HERVEY BAY MEN'S OPEN - ENTRY FORM

Jake Crowther has defended his title winning the 2019 Men's Sunshine Coast Open Amateur Championship by two shots from Headland's Adam Rydwanski. Jake shot rounds of 75 and 70 to lift the trophy. Other winners were Barry Newton (Division 2 Winner), Jacob Mimnaw (Division 3 Winner), Tyler Duncan (Junior Champion) and Keith Horne (Senior Champion).

Photo (L-R): Justin Walsh (Major Sponsor) and Jake Crowther (2019 Champion).

2019 Headland Results

According to the Noosa Golf Club website, the 2019 NOOSA LAKES MEN'S OPEN has been cancelled. Unfortunately, we have no other information at this time. Please contact the Club for further information.

The Sunshine Coast Men's Championships at Headland is still on and late entries may still be available. Contact Headland Golf Club.

Walsh Engineers

2019 SUNSHINE COAST MEN'S OPEN AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP

HEADLAND GOLF CLUB

SATURDAY 21st & SUNDAY 22nd SEPTEMBER

(Rescheduled due to wet Easter Weekend)

36 Holes - Gross & Net Championship. A, B, C, Senior & Junior Grades

$75 (Two Days) - Includes Breakfast / Lunch Roll each day

Open to players with a GA Handicap up to 21.6

ONLINE ENTRY

Good luck to all competitors.

For golfers 50 years and over, the SC&SBDGA offers two distinctly different series of events:

District Masters' Tour:
  • 7 Events across the Glasshouse Mountains, South Burnett and Sunshine Coast Zones.
  • Open to all Men and Women (over 50 years).
  • All events are Single Stableford.
  • $15 Entry (golf).
  • 10am Shotgun Start.
  • Best 4 Tour scores qualifies for Player of the Year trophies.
  • Generous prizes and ball rundown for all events.
  • Fun-filled Presentation Day at Bribie Island.

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District Inter-Zone Team Challenges:
  • 4 Events that pit teams of our 3 zones against each other:
  • All events have 20 Zone Representative players per team.
  • 10am Shotgun Start.
  • $25 entry (includes golf and lunch).
  • Generous prizes to winning team!
  • Zone Representatives are selected and invited by their Zone Team Manager:
  • Glasshouse Mountains - Ian Good.
  • South Burnett - Noel Dowdle.
  • Sunshine Coast - Graeme Finn.
  • The first 3 events are handicap match play team challenges:
  • Sunshine Coast v South Burnett at Gympie - Tuesday 28th May
  • Glasshouse Mountains v South Burnett at Kilcoy - Saturday 12th Octobee
  • Glasshouse Mountains v Sunshine Coast at Maleny - Tuesday 22nd October

The final event for the year is the Stableford Team Challenge:

  • GM v SB v SC at Cooroy Golf Club - Tuesday 19th November.
  • 18 hole - Team Single Stableford.
  • Generous prizes to the winning team!
  • Generous prizes to best stableford scores.

The FINAL District Masters' Tour event is coming up soon at Bribie Island Golf Club on FRIDAY 20th September. So, come along and check out the Tour!

SUNDAY 26th MAY

18 HOLES SINGLE STROKE EVENT

9:30am START

ENTRY (includes golf and BBQ lunch):
18 holes - $10
3/6/9 holes - $5
EMAIL BOOKINGS:
Janet Reibel - vajreibel@ozemail.com.au

(with Name, GolfLink Number, GA Handicap, Club and 3/6/9/18 Event):

Qualifying Event for:
Invincibles IGA Junior Masters
Sunshine Coast Gold Cup of Cups
Inter-Club Team Shield
Invincibles Matchplay Championships

This event has been re-scheduled for Saturdary 21st September and Sunday 22nd September. Mark it in your calendar.

PLAYER INFORMATION

2019 MID-AM+SENIOR Flyer

CHAMPIONSHIPS ENTRY FORM - ENTRY HAS CLOSED. FIELD IS FULL.

Conditions of Competition

STARTING TEES DRAW

CHAMPIONSHIPS ENTRY FORM - ENTRY CLOSED. The field is full.

Conditions of Competition
2019 MID-AM+SENIOR Flyer

The Sunshine Coast has five players selected in the Queensland Men's and Women's Teams for 2019.

Congratulations to local products:

  • Chris Crabtree (Pelican Waters)
  • Dylan Gardner (Pelican Waters)
  • Lochie Coleborn (Mt Coolum)
  • Sarah Wilson (Maroochy River)
  • Cassie Porter (Peregian)

State pride is on the line when the 2019 Australian Interstate Series heads to Tasmania next month. The Australian Men's Interstate Series will be played across four days from 7-10 May at Tasmania Golf Club with a refreshed eight-man Victorian team attempting a three-peat after wins in each of the past two years.

The Australian Women's Interstate Series will be played across three days from 7-9 May at Royal Hobart Golf Club with an in-form NSW team searching for a second consecutive title.

The series is played in singles match play in a round robin format.

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Definition - Provisional Ball

Another ball played in case the ball just played by the player may be:

  • Out of bounds, or
  • Lost outside a penalty area.

Rule 18.3a. When Provisional Ball Is Allowed

If a ball might be lost outside a penalty area or be out of bounds, to save time the player may play another ball provisionally under penalty of stroke and distance (see Rule 14.6).

For a ball that might be lost, this applies:

  • When the original ball has not been found and identified and is not yet lost, and
  • When a ball might be lost in a penalty area but also might be lost somewhere else on the course.

But if the player is aware that the only possible place the original ball could be lost is in a penalty area, a provisional ball is not allowed and a ball played from where the previous stroke was made becomes the player’s ball in play under penalty of stroke and distance (see Rule 18.1).

Official Interpretation 18.3a/1 - When Player May Play Provisional Ball

When a player is deciding whether he or she is allowed to play a provisional ball, only the information that is known by the player at that time is considered. Examples where a provisional ball may be played include when:

  • The original ball might be in a penalty area, but it might also be lost outside a penalty area or be out of bounds.
  • A player believes the original ball came to rest in the general area and it might be lost. If it is later found in a penalty area within the three-minute search time, the player must abandon the provisional ball.

The 2019 Calendar of events is currently being developed and finalised for all Golf Clubs, Golf Zones, Districts, as well as State and National bodies.

If you would like your event listed on our Calendar of Events, please notify us via golf(at)scsbdga.com.au.

To view the current Calendar click this link: SUNSHINE COAST GOLF CALENDAR