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ROCKHAMPTON GOLF CLUB INC.
Ann Street Ext., Rockhampton. Ph.07 49273311
Fax: 07 49224054 Email: adminatrockygolfclub.org.au
Until 25th June 2018 AGM
Patron - Ron Murphy
President - Ron Murphy - 49 222770
Treasurer - John Barrie - 49 281596
Vice President - Peter Mehlhose - 0447
Men’s Captain - Steve Condon -
Secretary - Karen Leonard - 0407 030 514
Ladies Captain - Cathy Simmers - 0438
Men’s Vice Captain - Greg Black -
Ladies Vice Captain - Nola Pontifex -
Steve Anderson - 0417213751
Scott Matveyeff - 49 212355
Andrew Longbottom - 0419674936
Craig Osborne - 0488030360
Glen Cox - 0448151001
Glen Cox 0448 151 001
ROCKHAMPTON GOLF CLUB INC. – PACE OF PLAY POLICY
Effective 1st October 2009, the following P of P
times will apply to all club golf events at the
Rockhampton Golf Club.
DEFINITION OF ‘PACE OF PLAY’ (P of P)
The Pace of Play shall be defined as the total
time taken (Including refreshments breaks,
toiletries, time looking for lost balls etc)
from initial tee off to the final hole of the
day (referred to as the completion of a round)
Preferred Pace of Play playing times for 18 and
9 holes shall be 4 and 2 hours respectively
averaging 13 minutes 20 seconds per hole.
DEFINING PACE OF PLAY
(a) Playing groups shall keep up with the
playing groups in front.
(b) Playing groups shall keep within a maximum
playing time allowance to be measured at each
tee by multiplying the number of holes played by
15 minutes and added to the groups’ actual tee
(i.e. Tee Time = No. Holes Played X 15 minutes +
Tee Off time)
EXAMPLE – For each 18 hole game event, the
maximum Pace of Play allowance is 4 hours 30
minutes or 270 minutes in total. Divide by 18
equals 15 minutes per hole. This calculation
provides a reasonable average time allowance to
play each hole. Players should be commencing
their final 9 holes no later than 2 hours and 15
minutes after their original tee off time.
PLAYER TEE OFF TIME
Player Tee Off Time is the time players actually
tee off the start of their game and will be when
the Starter has called players to the Tee and a
Clear Fairway exists to play.
IDENTIFYING A SLOW GROUP OR PLAYER -
A slow playing group is identified by being one
clear fairway behind the group in front and/or
being behind the scheduled maximum allowance
time position on the course. (ie. 15 minutes per
hole) Clearly, a group’s position in the field
is immediately behind the group in front, not in
front of the group behind. Course Marshals will
monitor group’s position in the field after the
completion of the 4th hole of play. Field Times
Indicator Table below illustrates position in
DEFINITION OF A CLEAR FAIRWAY
On par fours and par threes – when the group in
front has cleared the putting surface. On par
fives – when the group in front has sufficiently
cleared the fairway or the green allowing the
following group to safely play their shots.
THE HALFWAY HOUSE (Spike Bar)
In all instances, the break between the first
and second nine is incorporated in the total
Pace of Play time. The break is not a “given”
but a privilege. It must be earned by playing
the first nine holes within the maximum Pace of
Play timelines including the time to be spent at
the Halfway House. Time at Halfway House is to
be no greater than 7 minutes. If Players do not
play their first nine holes within the Pace of
Play timelines they should proceed directly to
their next tee in preparation for tee-off.
Players should be commencing their final 9 holes
no later than 2 hours and 15 minutes after their
original tee off time.
APPLICATION OF PENALTY -
If a group is observed to be falling behind and
exceeding pace of play guidelines they will
receive a Pace of Play warning and the marshal
will note their names and the position on the
course. The group will be given two holes to
catch up the players in front. If no improvement
has been made after two holes, the group will
receive an “Official Warning for Slow Play” by
the Course Marshall. Their names will be noted
as will their position on the course and the
time the warning was issued. The Course Marshal
will mark the Starters Sheet accordingly and
advise the group that they have a further two
holes to improve their position in the field. If
the group makes no endeavour to improve their
position in the field the Course Marshal will
again note the names, the course position and
the time the second warning was issued. The
Starter’s Sheet will once again be marked
indicating a second warning was required. In the
instance where a second “Official Warning” has
been issued on the same day, the Course Marshal
shall immediately communicate the warning to the
Club Captain. Penalties as per the rules of
WHO CAN APPLY PENALTIES
The Match Committee has the authority to apply
ABUSIVE LANGUAGE OR INSULTING BEHAVIOUR BY A
PLAYER TOWARDS A MARSHAL
Any reports of abuse, insults or intimidation
towards a Course Marshall will result in the
offending player/s being formally requested to
attend a meeting with the Match Committee to
explain their actions. In appropriate cases the
Match Committee may refer the offending player’s
behaviour to the Committee to be dealt with in
accordance with the constitution of the
Rockhampton Golf Club Inc.
Any member has the right to appeal the penalty
issued by contacting the Club Captain within
twenty-four hours of the penalty being issued.
The Management Committee will review the facts
and a decision will be made. Please note that
being the faster player in a known slow group is
no defence. Repeat offenders are deemed to be
those players who have received more than six
“Official Warnings for Slow Play’ in one
calendar year. The Club Captain shall refer to
the Committee to be dealt with in accordance
with the Constitution of the Rockhampton Golf
CALL UP HOLES
Players should consider calling up following
group of players to the 7th and 11th holes.
However if the next tee is free, putt out and
move on. Protection for players will be provided
on the 11th hole with all players required to
stand behind the safety nets provided.
Players are reminded of the etiquette associated
with looking for lost balls in the rough or in
the hazard (water course/banks etc). If a ball
is lost in general play and it is obvious that
it is going to take sometime to find, the
following players should be called through.
Players are reminded that they have 5 minutes to
find a lost ball before it has to be replayed or
PLAYERS LATE TO THE TEE
Late to the tee shall be deemed to be anyone who
is not ready to hit off at their scheduled tee
time. If a player is not present at the
designated tee time and the fairway is clear the
remaining players must hit off, unless the
stand-by group is ready and agrees to move up.
If players present have teed off and departed
the tee, the late player will forfeit place in
field – starter will re-schedule player to a
vacant position if possible. In a four-ball or
teams event the late arrival may only commence
play from the next full hole the group will
play. All players are required to have
registered with the Starter and ready to play at
least 15 minutes prior to their ‘stipulated hit
MALE MEMBERS / LADY MEMBERS / JUNIOR AND SENIOR
All players are to be treated exactly the same
in playing the golf course. All players will
abide by the Pace of Play Policies during
competition. The introduction of a Pace of Play
Policy is a necessary move as the Committee
endeavours to make a 5 hour round of golf a
thing of the past. All members are encouraged to
make other members aware of this policy in order
to effect a change in attitude across the entire
membership with regards to Slow Play.
ADVICE FOR SPEEDING UP PLAY
● Mark score cards at the next tee.
● When safe, let shortest hitters hit off the
● Walk briskly between shots and greens to tees.
● On wrong fairway, other fairway players have
right of way. Correct Fairway players may on the
occasion concede right of way
when safe and their Pace of Play not impeded.
● Don’t play golf cart golf. Utilise short walks
to and from balls, leave player with club and go
find your ball.
● Those with golf cars go ahead and locate balls
● Not leaving golf cars and buggies in front of
a green but at the back towards the next green.
● Non stroke events - Pick up ball when unable
● Prepare for your shot while others in the
group are playing theirs.
● Take only one practice swing.
● Mark your ball for early and ease of
● Players on green, agree to putt out whilst
waiting for last player traversing green for
ball or putter.
● Play a provisional ball, if original ball may
be lost outside a hazard or out of bounds.
● Size up your putt while others are putting and
being ready when it is your turn to play.
● Lost ball declarations - Call through waiting
following playing groups immediately.
By Order of the Committee of the Rockhampton
Major Sponsor: Rockhampton Business Machines and
The Rockhampton Golf Club caters for Junior
players of all ages and abilities. Competitions
are organised for 3, 6 , 9 and 18 hole players.
Juniors play Sunday mornings with the following
tee off times:
18 Hole 07:30 (unless otherwise advised)
13 Hole 07:45
9 Hole 08:00
6 Hole 08:15
3 Hole 08.30
Junior events include Stroke play, foursomes and
match play with the major competitions and
Golfer of the Year,
Juniors also compete in tournaments at other
Junior Golf Clubs around the Central Queensland
The Junior development program includes
beginners’ clinics at the beginning of the year,
rules and coaching clinics, “step-up days” to
the next division. Individual coaching is
available at no charge through the Club
Professional, Ian Collins. Booking for coaching
lessons is essential.
The Rockhampton Juniors welcome sponsors for
their monthly medals and for the Open and Closed
Championships conducted each year.
CONDITIONS FOR JUNIORS TO PLAY IN ADULT
The following criteria are required for junior
players to be eligible to play in adult
● Juniors must have an AGU handicap (Golf link)
● At least 6 months
experience playing 18 hole junior competitions
● Rockhampton or elsewhere and have experience at Junior Open events.
● Have passed a rules and etiquette test – given by Junior
Coordinator or member of Junior Committee.
● Have been "passed" by the Junior Coordinator in being capable of
playing in adult events – speed of play and
course is up to adult standard.
● Juniors must be of High School age.
● For older juniors, if not accompanied by a parent or other adult, a
letter written by their parents to the RGC
stating that their child can play in an adult comp on their own.
● 1 junior player per group until 16, unless 2 players are
accompanied by parents / guardians - two father
/ son combinations,
VETERAN GOLFERS ASSOCIATION
President: John Baly 0435 150 830
Vice-President: Del Bunt 0408188517
Sec/Treasurer: Glen Chopping 0447 361 948
Captain: Graeme Smith 49361970
Vice Captain: Peter Dawson
The Rockhampton Veterans conduct a weekly 14
Hole competition every Monday with one 18 hole
Every 2nd Monday 8.30am hit of for Monthly Medal
Usual green fees for all visitors!
President: Matt McGahan 0418 152 802
Vice President: Warren Darnill 0419 041 090
Captain: Merv Tibbits 0417
Vice Captain: Grahame Howells 0407 268 468
Competitions conducted every Thursday. Members
or Visitors from recognised Golf Clubs are
eligible to play. Visitors must produce official
handicap cards. Competition fees are $10.00 for
VISITORS SHOULD NOTE THAT USUAL GREEN FEES ARE
Players to arrange own partners and times of
play. An online booking system is in operation
at the Pro Shop and at the Clubhouse. Games for
Visitors will need to be arranged through the
Pro Shop. The official competition is over 18
Holes unless notified by Committee. Presentation of trophies will be at 6.00 p.m.
ROCKHAMPTON GOLF CLUB INCORPORATED
From 2003, the subscription year shall commence
on the first day of April in each year.
Persons admitted as new members after the 1st
day of July each year shall be required to pay
the annual subscription assessed on a pro rata
Members are reminded that in accordance with the
Club’s By-Laws, no member shall be eligible to
compete in any competition whilst he or she is
more than one calendar month in arrears. Student
membership and Over 80’s Membership is now also
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 Clubs By-Laws.
A protest or dispute in connection with any
competition or match shall be made, in writing
to the Match Committee
completion of play in such competition or match.
The rules of golf and the local rules of the
Club are the rules of play.
Major Men’s Competitions. In the event of a tie
winner will be determined by sudden death
play-off on the day, Light and
The Match Committee’s decision in all
competitions is final.
Handicaps – Members who have not qualified for
an AGU or ALGU handicap are ineligible to
compete in Events.
Hours of Play – Competitors may play in the
programmed competition of the day as stipulated
on the online booking system.
Players must take direction from the Course
Marshals at all times.
Players may only start competition by direction
of the starter.
Players should report to the starter at least 15
minutes before the time of play.
All competitors must be at the tee ready to hit
off at their appointed time. Failure to comply
will invoke Rule 6-3
Please contact Pro Shop, re: Social Play.
COMPETITIONS AND HANDICAPS
The Club operates a One Golf System. All
competitions are through this system.
Nominations to play in competitions are to be
done on the appropriate time sheets in One Golf.
REGULAR CLUB COMPETITIONS:
(Unless otherwise indicated)
Men: Members and visitors.
Women: Members and visitors.
3rd Sunday of Month – Golfer of the Year – Feb -
Women: Members and visitors – timesheet in One
Golf.. When nominating, Members should carefully
note the time they have nominated to play and
from which tee. Members are requested not to
nominate players other than themselves, unless
specifically requested to do so by that player.
Players who have nominated and find they cannot
play are requested to cancel, so players wanting
a game can be allotted that time.
VISITING MEMBERS: Members require their
Golf link number so that current handicap
details are available.
Medal days – only fully paid Members of RGC may
win the Monthly Medal for A, B or C grades.
Members of reciprocal clubs and all other
visitors are excluded from playing in all closed
events etc. Club Championships and Honour Board
RETURN OF CARDS: All competition cards
must be signed by the marker of the card and the
player and must be entered into the terminal and
placed in appropriate box no later than 15
minutes after the completion of the game. NCR
cards not to be put through terminals
NON – COMPETITORS: On days when
competitions arranged by the Match Committee are
played, any member not taking part can play only
when and where directed by the starter.
HANDICAP ADJUSTMENTS FOR VARIOUS COMPETITIONS
Single Match Play – Full difference between the
respective handicaps, for men and women with
lowest marker playing from scratch. See back of
scorecard for index.
Four Ball Match play–Lowest marker to play from
scratch, the rest to take full difference
between respective handicaps.
Foursomes – Half of combined handicap- fractions
Stableford & Par – Full handicap.
Ambrose - 4 players- one-eighth of aggregate –
fractions to count.
-3 players – one-sixth of aggregate – fractions
-2 players – one-quarter of aggregate -
fractions to count.
DONORS: The Management Committee
expresses their appreciation of the generosity
of those members who have so kindly donated
trophies for the competitions to be contested
this season. Winners are requested to personally
thank their trophy donors.
MAJOR CLUB TROPHIES: - Only Members are
eligible for monthly Medal and Honour Board
Should a visitor(s) have the best score of the
day they will receive a Club Trophy.
Singles; 4BBB – Members and Country members are
all eligible to win the trophy of the day
NEAREST THE PIN CLUB SHOTS - the golf
balls in these events are included in the
Pro shots and Rundown are additional and paid
for at the pro-shop.
GENERAL NOTES FOR THE GUIDANCE OF MEMBERS
PRIORITY ON THE COURSE –
1.In the absence of special rules or unless a
four ball event is in progress, two ball matches
have precedence and are entitled to pass through
any three or four ball match.
2. A single player has no standing and should
give way to a match of any kind.
3. Any match playing an entire round has
precedence over a match playing a shorter round.
4. If a match fails to keep its place on the
course and loses more than one clear hole, it
should invite the match following to pass
through. It is the duty of the players “going
through” to make up the lost ground as quickly
PLAYERS PLACED ON THEIR HONOUR – As Golf
is a game where normally there is no Referee or
Umpire, Members are placed on their honour “to
play the game” as it not only concerns an
opponent but (in a competition round) it
concerns the whole field. Therefore, they must
honour and observe all the rules and immediately
notify opponents of any infringements for
penalties they may incur.
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
Etiquette of Golf.
CARE OF THE COURSE:
1. Carry a sand bucket at all times to repair
divots on fairways/tees.
2. Repair all ball marks on the greens.
3. Removal of balls from the hole with the
putter head is not permissible because of damage
this may cause to the hole.
SLOW PLAY: In the interests of avoiding
1. Keep up with the group in front and not with
the group behind. In the event of a lost ball,
call the following group through immediately.
2. Leave buggies on the side of the green
nearest the access to the next tee.
COMPLAINTS - All complaints shall be made
in writing to a Committee member.
SUPPLY OF LIQUOR - No liquor shall be
sold or supplied to any person under 18 years of
MEMBERS PROPERTY - Members are
responsible for the safety of their own property
left on the course or in the Clubhouse. The club
provides Insurance cover in respect of Members’
property for fire and theft within the Clubhouse
and the Professional’s Shop. This cover does not
include the car parks and golf course. Members
would be well advised to cover other
contingencies on their own account.
DANGEROUS WEATHER – In the event of a
thunder storm/lightning during play a horn will
be sounded to notify players they must leave the
course immediately and return to the club house.
MOTORISED BUGGIES – Operation Rules:
1.Buggies are NOT to be driven or parked inside
the marked line near tees, greens and bunkers.
Do NOT drive between the green and bunker.
2.A common sense approach to buggy driving
should avoid undue damage to the course and make
the game more pleasant for all.
3.Motorised Carts are permissible on the golf
course except at times designated by the
CHARITY DAYS AND SOCIAL CLUBS
Special Charity events scheduled throughout the
year will take precedence over ALL Social Clubs.
Social Clubs affected by Charity events will
need to re-programme their event to another
Members have right of way over all Social Clubs
at all times.
In consideration of others, the use of mobile
phones on the golf course is strongly
MAJOR MEN’S TROPHIES 2018
To be presented on Friday the 23rd November,
The RGC Men’s Club Champions –
A Grade & Runner-Up
B Grade & Runner-Up
C Grade & Runner-Up
RGC Matchplay Mixed
Trophies: The Uniform Shop
Monthly Medal Final –
Noel Russell Trophy- Best Average Medal Rounds
Trophy: Noel Russell
Buchanan Cup Match Play
Trophies: Lance Antcliff Painting Specialists
Ken May Match Play
Breckels Shield Match play
Trophies: M.Price & D.Pill
Golfer of the Year –
MAJOR WOMEN’S TROPHIES 2018
To be presented on Monday the
3rd December 2018
Women’s Club Champion – Dell Bunt Perpetual
CQCMS - Mel Thomas (Donors)
Runner up – Valda Fitzgerald
Bronze 1 Champion – Dell Bunt Perpetual Trophy
M Harris & D Jenkins (Donors)
Runner-Up – Nola Taylor
Bronze II Champion – Dell Bunt Perpetual Trophy
M Harris & D Jenkins (Donors)
Runner-Up – Del Clark
54 Hole Nett Winners A B & C Grade
Foursomes Champions – Mavis May Cup - Holcim
- Michael Davies
Runners-Up – Isobel McDonald
27 Hole Nett – Lilla Anderson Trust Trophy &
Match Play Trophies
Club Handicap Buchanan Cup – RGC Ladies
Runner up – RGC Ladies Trophy
Bunt Salver – Dell Bunt
Runners up RGC Ladies Trophy
Breckels Shield – Rockhampton Veterans Assoc.
Runners up – RGC Ladies Trophy
RGC Ladies Foursomes – RGC Ladies Trophy Cathy
Runners up RGC Ladies Trophy
Wednesday Medal Final –
Bronze I –
Bronze II –
Weekend Medal Final RGC
Bobby Jones Points
Wednesday – Cathy Simmers
Weekends – Cathy Simmers
Eclectics 1st & 2nd Half Year – RGC
Eclectics Weekend 1st & 2nd half year –
Yearly Eclectics – RGC Ladies Trophy
Greatest Reduction for an original WGA
Handicap – Mavis May Memorial Trophy – S.Gleeson
Greatest Reduction in Handicap – Bev
Greatest Reduction in Handicap 25 and
under – Loretta Donaldson
Birdie Board Wednesday – Silver, Bronze
I, Bronze II – RGC Ladies Trophy
Weekend – RGC Ladies Trophy
MEN’S MATCHPLAY 2018
PLEASE NOTE: ALL MATCH PLAYS MUST BE PLAYED
ON OR BEFORE SET DATE.
BUCHANAN CUP MATCH PLAY
Qualifying Round: 3rd March, 1st Round 11th
March, Final 25th March.
OPENING DAY MIXED MATCH PLAY
Trophy: Railway Hotel, Mt Morgan
Qualifying Round: 10th February, First Round 4th
March, 2nd Round 11th March, Final 25th March.
KEN MAY MATCH PLAY
The 4 leading nett scores in each grade after
the final round of the Closed Club Championships
will qualify for this Event. Cards are to be
marked 1st Round 29 July, 5th August
BRECKELS SHIELD MATCH PLAY
Trophies: Mervyn Price & Des Pill
Qualifying Round: 28th April, 1st Round
24th June, Final 1st July.
4BALL MATCH PLAY
Qualifier 25th August. 1st Round 30th
September, Final 4th November.
CONDITIONS OF PLAY – MATCH PLAY EVENTS
Failure to play any rounds by the prescribed
dates WILL result in automatic forfeiture by
either one or both players involved
A competition played in Central Queensland at
Clubs to be decided on at the Central Queensland
meeting on a rostered basis. Each Club
restricted to two teams of five players (if
played on grass Greens), two teams of four
players (if played on sand greens), handicap
limit 24. The best three nett scores will count.
In the event of a tie, the fourth player’s score
to count, then the fifth.
Trophies donated by Central Queensland Golf
Association for the Robinson Cup. Trophies for
best gross, runner-up, best nett, runner up and
CENTRAX-KEPPEL COAST ZONE
NOEL RUSSELL TROPHY
Awarded annually to the player having the best
average (net) of any six Medal rounds played
from December 2017 to November 2018 inclusive.
ROCKHAMPTON GOLFER OF THE YEAR
Played 2nd or 3rd Sunday of each month
January to October (excluding February). Points
allocated each month to qualify for final in
This program is subject to alteration by the
All Match Committee decisions will be final.
A PLAYERS CORRECT HANDICAP IS HER OWN
RESPONSIBILITY. The W.G.A. recommends that
three cards be returned each season for handicap
VISITING LADIES – Are eligible to play in
all competitions, but may not win Monthly Medals
or Championships. To receive a club trophy,
visiting ladies must provide GolfLink number.
WGQ BROOCH In conjunction with Monthly
Medals. Best three of Six (6) Rounds – March to
August (if tied play-off to be in September
Medal) $2.50 per player.
QLD INTERNATIONAL BOWL RAISES FUNDS FOR WGA
International and Australian events and tours
(best of 3 rounds) $2.50 per player.
MEDAL COMPETITIONS - Wednesday Monthly
Medal – A, B & C GRADES. Saturdays - Monthly
Medal-one medal only.
WOMEN'S MATCHPLAY 2018
Singles Matchplay – is full difference between
the player’s stroke handicaps. If the difference
exceeds 18, players shall receive 2 strokes per
hole where applicable.
Fourball Matchplay – full difference between the
stroke play handicaps of the players. The lowest
marker concedes strokes to the others including
her partner. Players receive 2 strokes per hole
ALL ROUNDS ARE TO BE PLAYED ON THE GIVEN DATES.
Final dates to be decided – At the discretion of
the Match Committee
WOMEN’S MATCH PLAY EVENTS
Friday 2nd March @ Rockhampton
Friday 7th September @ Yeppoon
RGC LADIES FOURSOMES MATCHPLAY
7th March (8 leading pairs to qualify)
Tuesdays – 13th Mar, 20th March, 27th March.
Friday 27th April @ N.R.G.C
Yeppoon v Gladstone, NRGC v Rockhampton
BUNT/LINDSAY SHIELD – SINGLE STABLEFORD
ROCKHAMPTON vs NRGC
Wednesday – 11th April at Rockhampton
Tuesday – 18th September at NRGC
BRECKELS SHIELD – FOUR BALL
Wednesday – 30th May (8 leading pairs to
Tuesdays: 19th June, 26th June, 10th July
Friday 1st June @ Gladstone
NRGC v Gladstone and Rockhampton v Yeppoon
CLUB HANDICAP MATCHPLAY
Nominations Close 1st August
Tuesdays – 7th August, 14th August, 4th September
FINAL INVITATION PENNANTS
Friday 14th September @ Yeppoon
ROCKHAMPTON GOLF CLUB
The Club has reciprocal playing rights with the
FULL RECIPROCITY RIGHTS
Gailes, Keperra Country, Mount Lawley (WA),
Middle Ridge (Toowoomba), Nudgee, Sandy Gallop
(Ipswich), Townsville, South Lakes (SA), Redcliffe,
Rossdale (Victoria), Half Bay Moon Club
(Cairns), Pacific Golf Club.
Alpha, Ashgrove, Atherton, Ayr, Babinda,
Baralaba, Barcaldine, Biggenden,
Biloela, Blackall, Blackwater, Boonah Golf Club, Bowen, Bribie
Island Golf Club, Bundaberg, Burleigh Heads Golf
Club, Caboolture, Calliope, Capella, North
Rockhampton Golf Club, Carbrook, Carpentaria, Chinchilla,
City Golf (Toowoomba), Clermont, Collinsville,
Coolangatta Tweed Heads, Dingo, Duaringa,
Dysart, Emerald, Emu Park, Fraser Lakes, Gailes,
Gayndah, Gin Gin, Glenden, Gold Coast Country
Club, Goondiwindi, Gracemere Lakes, Gympie,
Helensvale, Hervey Bay, Home Hill, Hughenden,
Injune, Innisfail, Isis, Jindalee, Karana Downs,
Kilkivan, Kingaroy, Lavarack (Townsville), Logan
City, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Maryborough,
Middlemount, Miriam Vale, Monto, Moranbah, Moura,
Mt. Isa, Nanango Golf Club, Oxley, Pioneer
Valley (Mirani), Redland Bay, Roma, Rosewood,
Rowes Bay (T’ville), Sandgate, Sarina,
Springsure, Surat, Tieri, Theodore, Virginia,
Wantima, Woodford, Wowan, Wynnum , Yeppoon.
NEW SOUTH WALES
Bathurst, Byron Bay, Glen Innes, Coffs Harbour,
The Coast. Hawks Nest, Rich River Golf Club
Resort, Tocumwal, Yamba Golf & Country Club
Eastwood, Midlands Golf Club, Seymour, Yallourn.
Wodonga Golf Club, Settler's Run Golf & Country
Hahndorf, The Vines (Reynella) South Lakes
Hartfield Country Club
Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea)
MEN - MAIN EVENTS FOR 2018 PROGRAM
4 Rockhampton CQ 4B Qualifier
11 Biloela Men’s Open
4 NRGC Open
10 Wowan Men’s Open
24 1770 Men’s Open
25 Baralaba Men’s Open
14 Gladstone Men's Open
21/22 Emu Park Men’s Open
28 Rockhampton Turbitt Cup
29 Mt Morgan Men's Open
5/6 Rockhampton Men’s Open
13 Moura Men's Open
20 Miriam Vale Men’s Open
27 Boyne Island Men’s Open
3 Yeppoon Men’s 27 Hole Open
17 Rockhampton Holden Scramble
5/8 Rockhampton Pro Am
14/15 Rockhampton Closed Championships
21/22 Rockhampton Closed Championships
11 Theodore Men’s Open
19 Duaringa Men’s Open
26 Calliope Men's Open
9 Robinson Cup @ Tieri
15 North Rockhampton Golf Club Open
7 CQ Men’s Open Championships @
Yeppoon 27 Holes
3 RGC Medal Final
11 Oomiak Golfer of the Year Final
17 Closing Day
23 Men's Presentation Night
LADIES – MAIN EVENTS FOR 2018 PROGRAM
7 Opening Day
17 Mt Morgan Ladies Open
2 Calianotis Shield @ Rockhampton
3 Wowan Ladies Open
18 1770 Ladies Open
11 Bunt/Lindsay Shield @ Rockhampton
13 Gladstone Ladies Open
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25 Miriam Vale Open
1 Invitation Pennants @ Gladstone - NRGC v
Gladstone, Yeppoon v Rockhampton
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8 Boyne Island Ladies Open (Friday)
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15 Gladstone Ladies 4 Ball Open
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24 Yeppoon CQ Ladies C’ships 27 holes
28 Biloela Open
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11 Theodore Open
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31 Calliope Open
7 Callianiotis Shield @ Yeppoon
9-12 Meg Nunn Rockhampton
14 Invitation Pennants Final @ Yeppoon
18 Invitation Pennants Final @ Yeppoon
28 Pineapple Foursomes
14-17 Bargara Ladies Classic
14 Kentucky Day
14 Ladies Presentation Night
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