SCGZ - News and Results
- Tin Can Bay Men's Open
- Sunshine Coast Pennant Finals
- Tin Can Bay Junior Open
- 2019 Sunshine Coast Amateur Championship - POSTPONED
- Mt Coolum Men's Open + Sunshine Coast Senior Championships
- Sunshine Coast Pennant Finals - Cooroy GC - Sunday 29 April
- 2018 SUNSHINE COAST MEN'S OPEN AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP - RESULTS
- 2017 Maroochy River Men's Open - Results
- 2017 Sunshine Coast Senior Championship - Results
- 2017 Sunshine Coast Pennant Finals
SUNDAY 26th MAY
18 HOLES SINGLE STROKE EVENT
ENTRY (includes golf and BBQ lunch):
18 holes - $10
3/6/9 holes - $5
Janet Reibel - email@example.com
(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
The 2016 Pennant Finals were played at Tin Can Bay Country Club today in blustery conditions. The host club led by Barry Hudson, Gordon Smith and Janet Reibel, along with a wonderful team of volunteers, put on a tremendous display of hospitality for all the teams.
The results are:
|Craig Jansz ©||A/S||A/S||Shae Wools-Cobb|
|Chris Wilson||A/S||A/S||David Grenfell|
|Kodi Koski||3 & 2||Matt Gill|
|Robbie Wilson||4 & 3||Rory Turner|
|Sean Daines||3 & 2||David Fahey|
|Michael Amos||2 & 1||Shane Wilkinson|
|Gary Lengren||19th||Luke Parker|
|TIN CAN BAY||5.5||1.5||COOROY|
|1||Richard Buczynsky||4 & 2||Phil Giblett||9|
|7||Robert Downman||3 & 2||Dave Wippell||9|
|10||Chris Elliott||A/S||A/S||Michael O'Rourke||9|
|13||Vince Reibel||2 & 1||Noel Ackland||10|
|13||Franco Trapalino||4 & 3||George Giblett||10|
|14||Greg Rendell||5 & 4||Russ Rylance ©||11|
|16||Scott Barkle||7 & 6||Tony Bernhagen||14|
|6||Peter Murphy||4 & 3||Marc Bright||2|
|7||Kevin Clues||1 UP||Grathan Leatherbarrow||5|
|10||Dick Kamen||5 & 4||George Hall||9|
|11||David Morphett||3 & 2||Peter Buchbach||10|
|12||Jeff Griffin||7 & 6||Kelvin Brittain||10|
|16||Ray Harris||3 & 2||Peter Jeucken||11|
|18||Ray Harvey||4 & 2||Robert Wode||18|
|HEADLAND 2||2.5||0.5||HEADLAND 1|
|16||Josh Holbrook||A/S||A/S||Nate Smyth||15|
|24||Jake Krigovsky||5 & 4||James Kolbe||15|
|36||Patrick Walsh||4 & 3||Emmett Walsh||26|
Congratulations to all teams for making the finals and the spirit in which the matches were played.
Today was the culmination of another huge pennant season. A new record of 377 players across four grades participated in 2016 Sunshine Coast Golf Zone pennant this year. That’s a massive commitment of people and resources to get the teams on the course each week.
It takes a huge amount of planning and organisation behind the scenes for Pennants to run successfully:
- Fellow SCGZ committee members, President Dallas Furner and Secretary-Treasurer Paul Downman have contributed their advice and experience throughout the season.
- The Club Secretary-Managers, Golf Managers and Pro Shops always provide constructive feedback, support and assistance.
- The Team Captains and Managers orgainise their teams each and every week.
- The Mums and Dads drive the Juniors around the Coast in this first season with girls participating.
- All the caddies deserve a mention too. It can be a thankless and frustrating job, but by being out there you make it easier for your player. The players appreciate your efforts.
- Finally, thank you to all you players. Without you, there wouldn't be a Pennant competition on the Sunshine Coast.
We congratulate the following players for their individual successes within their teams during the 2016. The 2016 Pennant Players of the Year are:
|PLAYERS OF THE YEAR||RUNNERS-UP|
|A GRADE||MAT WALKENHORST (Headland)||TJ King (Mt Coolum)|
|Zac Quirk (Mt Coolum)|
|GERRY LYNCH (Maroochy River)||Chris Elliott (TCB)|
|KURT TEHLIWEC (Mt Coolum)|
|MASTERS||JEFF GRIFFIN (Caloundra)||Ken Speare (Nambour|
|Peter Perrett (Headland)|
|JUNIORS||JOSH HOLBROOK (Headland 1)||Will Rothwell (Noosa)|
Finally, to help with making improvements, the Zone Committee will once again conduct a Survey via Sunshine Coast Golf website to ensure we are getting the right mix to serve the future good of the game.
Scott Mayes (SCGZ Director of Golf)