ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM):
Members are advised that the 2017 Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday 25th August 2017 beginning at 7:00pm. Following the AGM, presentations will be made to the winners of our major golfing events over the last 12 months. Presentations will be made to winners of:
Club Champion B Grade & C Grade Champion Junior Champion Nett winners (3 grades) Welshman Cup Captains Trophy Alf Rowe Trophy Summer Cup Winter Cup Monthly Medal winners (x12) Medal Of Medallists
Finger food and drinks available on the night.
PRO-SHOP- Please note changes to Pro-Shop hours of operation during non-daylight saving period:
Sundays: 9:00am-12:00pm (or later depending on weather)
Outside of these times, Green Fees can be paid using our Green Fee booklet located next to the main building near the Office. Green Fees should be placed inside the envelopes provided. Players must keep the Player copy of the receipt and must produce it to verify payment has been made.
2017 COLAC GOLF CLUB EASTER TOURNAMENT RESULTS >>>>
For all results, click on the News & Events menu, then Click Easter Tournament.
2017 MAURIE NIELSEN MEMORIAL 3-PERSON AMBROSE RESULTS:
See link under News & Events
$20 Green Fees>>> Every Thursday, play as many holes as you like.
COLAC LADIES CHAMPIONSHIP: A big congratulations to Georgia Fish who on Tuesday 29/11/2016 became Colac Golf Club women’s A grade and Club Champion for 2016. Another well deserved winner who has a big future in the sport! We also wish to congratulate A grade runner up Jayne McGlade, B grade champion Kay Gardiner and C grade champ Isobel Spokes.
Other winners included Maree Murnane who won the Jean Matthew 54 nett and Judy Bethune who won the putting and senior event.
2016 Club Championships: The final round of our 2016 Club Championships was played last Saturday 26th November. Congratulations to our new 2016 Club Champion and A Grade winner Tyson Finn on taking out this year’s title (his first) with a 4 round total of 310. His win was set up with an opening round of 70 and whilst he failed to get near that score again over the next 3 rounds, his rivals found it difficult to bridge the gap. Runner up was a previous winner — Andrew Parker who finished five strokes back on 315. Jye Tillack was the next closest contender 7 shots back.
There were some tense moments on the back nine when the margin was narrowed by Andrew Parker, but Tyson held his nerve and managed to get the job done despite having to take an unplayable on his last drive on 18. Well done Tyson, a most deserving winner! It was also great to see past champions Troy Kincaid, Mick Tyers and Darren Cook there to watch Tyson on Saturday along with his own family.
The B grade Championship was won by evergreen Bob Bates with a gross score of 353 while veteran John Morrissy took honours in the C grade Championship with a four-round total of 384.
The Junior Championship was taken out again by Tom Hanson who has in the space of a year moved from C grade to A grade. Look out for him in the future!
The net result winners played over 54 holes were as follows:
A Grade — Tyson Finn (net 212), B Grade — Peter Kerr (net 217) and C grade — John Morrissy (net 219)
Colac Ladies Open: The Colac Ladies Open & Perpetual Plate was played in near perfect conditions on Tuesday 8th November. Over 60 players from various clubs around the district found the course difficult with only 1 player managing to beat the par of the course, with the greens (as always) proving to be the trickiest. Last years Open Runner Up Vicki Carnie from Curlewis reversed the result from last year winning by 2 shots from Wendy Tottenham, while the Apollo Bay Team of Vicki Hannah, Stacey Thomas & Margaret Smith were the winners of the Colac Perpetual Plate. For a full list of results, please click here
Top Gun: The “Top Gun” Final was played on Sunday 9th October in very windy conditions. It was a very entertaining day with the Inaugural winner being Don Ballagh winning the last hole from Andre Delorenzo with Peter Lucas coming in third. For a full report, please click here
Colac Junior Elected Captain of State Team: Colac Junior Max Miraglia has been named Captain of the under 12 State Team after starring in the Stuart Appleby Regional Series held at Sandhurst. In a field of 112 under 18’s, Max carded a magnificent 63 Nett to win the B Grade event and was named in the Under 12 State Team to contest the Interstate Series in Adelaide in November. To cap it off, he was named the Team Captain – a wonderful honour. Congratulations to Max. For a more detailed report, please click here
Georgia In Junior State Squad: Colac Junior Georgia Fish has been recently selected in the Victorian Junior State Squad. Congratulations Georgia
Winter Cup – The Final Round of the Winter Cup was played on Saturday and it was a very close contest with only 3 shots between 1st & 4th. Peter Lucas shot the best round of the day with a nett 66 to come from nine shots back to claim the title, one ahead of junior James McNabb (nett 67) with Paul Hanson third on 211. For a Full report and all scores please click here
SWDLGA Junior Champion – On Sunday 28th February, young Colac Golfer Georgia Fish won the South Western District Junior Championship. Held at 13th Beach, Georgia came in with a great score of Nett 70 to win the title by four shots. Held in conjunction with Rd 1 of the Vicky Uwland Junior Bracelet, Georgia also came runner up in this event with 38 points. For a full report, please click here
Albatross: There was a rare feat achieved at the Golf Club recently with Jayne McGlade scoring an ALBATROSS on the Par 5 11th Hole. After hitting her drive down to the 150 metre mark, Jayne watched her ball bounce on the Green and into the Hole! Congratulations to Jayne on this wonderful accomplishment
Another Win For Georgia! – Georgia Fish claimed another win with victory in the SWDLGA Summer Stableford event held at 13th Beach on Sunday 6th December. Scoring 38 pts, Georgia won A Grade on a countback from Merran Poole of Barwon Heads. For the full story, please click here
Green Fee players welcome, come and play the best value for money course around – $35 for 18, $25 for 9: