Junior Novice Event - Results

SCSB District Golf - Wednesday, May 05, 2021

9 Hole Girls  9 Hole Boys 
Gross Winner - Janie Carroll - 46 Gross Winner - Sam Wilson - 41
Nett Winner - Zoe Brooks - 38 Nett Winner - Lachlan Symons - 31
Gross RU - Skyla Taylor - 57 Gross RU - Jensen Williamson - 46
Nett RU - Bethany Bartholomaeus - 39 Nett RU - Ryle Swart - 32
6 Hole Girls 6 Hole Boys 
Gross Winner - Bella Shinners - 38 Gross Winner - Max Learoyd - 33
Nett Winner - Stephanie Egeberg - 27 Nett Winner - Ryder Perry - 23
Gross RU - Holly Egeberg - 41 Gross RU - Ryder Cochran - 34
Nett RU - Eloise Lethbridge - 28 Nett RU - Frederik Epari - 24c/b
3 Hole Gross 3 Hole Nett
Gross Winner - Harrison Swart - 19 Nett Winner - Mason Slavic - 15
Gross RU - Julie Devos - 23 Nett RU - Jamie Taylor - 16

Team Mullet - USPGA Tour - Zurich Classic Champions

SCSB District Golf - Wednesday, April 28, 2021

The all-Aussie pairing of Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman have set their sights on Olympic gold in Tokyo after surviving a dramatic finish to claim the PGA TOUR’s Zurich Classic of New Orleans in Louisiana.

Starting the final round of foursomes one shot back of the South African team of Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen following a second consecutive 63 in the fourball format on Saturday, Smith and Leishman picked up birdies at two and seven to remain one back. A superb tee shot by Leishman at the par-3 ninth set up birdie to take a share of the lead and after the South Africans dropped a shot at the par-4 10th the Aussies took sole ownership of the top of the leaderboard.

That lead was soon extended to two when Leishman’s centre fairway drive and Smith’s soaring 7-wood to 20 feet set up a two-putt birdie at the par-5 11th but drama lay waiting just around the corner. Smith was forced to take a drop for an unplayable lie when Leishman’s tee shot at the par-4 13th rolled up behind the tall cypress tree in the left-centre of the fairway, the resulting bogey cutting the advantage to one.

A two-shot swing at the par-4 15th catapulted the South Africans back into the lead but the Aussies hit back at the very next hole in spectacular fashion. Attempting to drive the green at the 302-yard par-4 16th, Smith’s tee shot took a hard bounce left into the water flanking the left side of the hole to seemingly sink their chances. Yet after a delicate drop on the steep bank beside the green, Leishman delivered some of the short-game wizardry he is renowned for to chip in for birdie and once again draw level.

“I said to the boys, ‘Why don’t we just chip this in.’ It wasn’t the hardest chip in the world,” Leishman revealed post-round. “I didn’t think I was actually going to do it but the power of positive thinking is a pretty good thing. I won’t say it was a must make but it was certainly very helpful that it went in. I actually forgot to get my ball out of the hole I was so excited.”

The Aussies had the opportunity to seal the win in regulation but Leishman’s birdie putt slid just under the cup before another twist to commence the playoff. Oosthuizen flared his tee shot wide right into the lake to give the Aussies the upper hand, the pair safely plotting their way down the 18th hole to make par and add a further victory to their PGA TOUR career resumes.

Given confirmation this past week that Adam Scott would not seek selection, Smith and Leishman are now the two leading Aussie contenders on the Official World Golf Rankings and admit that an Olympic gold medal is a tantalising proposition.

“Yes, I’m all in,” Leishman declared three months out from the start of the Olympic golf competition. “Me too,” Smith added.

“I would love to contend for any medal, to be honest,” Leishman continued. “Obviously you want to go for gold but something I never ever thought I would do would be to have a chance to win an Olympic medal. I’m really excited about the chance of being there and contending for that.”

“Any chance I can get to put on the green and gold or a team shirt I’m all in,” said Smith, who was ranked 178th in the world at the time of the 2016 Rio de Janiero Olympics. “I’m a hundred percent.

“I was kind of bummed I didn’t get in the team four years ago. It was really a goal of mine. I’ll be thrilled if I’m there and contending on the weekend for a gold medal.”

Given the Aussie pairing combined with Leishman’s long-time caddie Matty Kelly and Kiwi Sam Pinfold on the bag for Smith, the Anzac spirit was front of mind for the four close friends as they prepared for the final round. A winner on Australia Day last year, Leishman admitted that to win on Anzac Day in the US made it even more memorable while Smith said his father Des had a sense that it would be significant from the other side of the globe.

“I was actually speaking to my old man last night and he said it’s a really good omen for us guys being up the top of the leaderboard on Anzac Day,” Smith said.

“My family went out to a dawn service yesterday morning and paid their respects so maybe we had a bit of good karma out there today because of that. Obviously we had three Aussies in our little crew and my caddie, ‘Pinner’, is a New Zealander, so the Anzac spirit definitely held up today.”

As for the glorious mullet that Smith promised his girlfriend Jordan would be sacrificed if he and Leishman were successful this week… ”I have to apologise to my girlfriend; it’s not going away. I feel like it’s part of me now.”

Zurich Classic of New Orleans
TPC Louisiana, Avondale, Louisiana
1             Marc Leishman/Cameron Smith   63-72-63-70—268            $US1,069,300 each
33           Cameron Percy/Greg Chalmers    66-70-69-82—287            $US    15,466 each

Original Article pga.org.au

ANZAC Day 2021

SCSB District Golf - Thursday, April 22, 2021

Record field for SBG Mid-Amateur and Senior Championships

SCSB District Golf - Sunday, March 14, 2021

A record field of 170 players travelled from across South-East Queensland to attend the combined Mid-Amateur and Senior Championships at Bribie Island Golf Club today. With a two-tee starting format and new venue, the players welcomed the quicker playing time and many commented on the excellent condition and presentation of the golf course. 

SBG (Sunshine Coast, South Burnett and Glasshouse Mountains) was well-represented with players from all corners of our District; from Wantima to Nanango to Tin Can Bay.

Bribie local, Rusty Taylor took out the SCSBDGA Mid-Amateur Championship with a solid 1-under par round. Peter Bennett travelled from Redland Bay to take out the SCSBDGA Senior Championship with a gutsy 75 to prevail over a strong senior field.

Based on the success of the event format and location, the tournament will return to Bribie Island next year.



  PAR 72
MID-AMATEUR GROSS CHAMPION Rusty Taylor Bribie Island 71
MID-AMATEUR NETT CHAMPION Gareth Bertram Peregian 69 c/b
OVERALL GROSS MID-AM GROSS R/UP Lindsay Ross Emerald Lakes 73
  MID-AM GROSS 3RD Matt Blundell Pelican Waters 74
NETT MID-AM NETT R/UP Darren Simpson Bribie Island 69
  MID-AM NETT 3RD Jodi Lobegeiger Brisbane 70 c/b
(30-44 YEARS)
GROSS       GROSS WINNER Toby Harding Noosa 74
  GROSS R/UP Craig Lawrence Virginia 76 c/b
  GROSS 3RD Ben Ratcliffe Palmer Colonial 76
NETT NETT WINNER Matthew Lawrence      Bribie Island 71
  NETT R/UP Ko Momokawa Windaroo Lakes      73
  NETT 3RD Adam Kanofski Wantima 74
(45-54 YEARS)
GROSS GROSS WINNER Adam Hawkins Palm Meadows 74
  GROSS R/UP Robbie Paul Bribie Island 76
  GROSS 3RD Chris Wood Noosa 77
NETT NETT WINNER Marcel Savy Bribie Island 70
  NETT R/UP Chris Klazema Headland 71c/b
  NETT 3RD Jim Rice Mt Coolum 71



  PAR 72
SENIOR GROSS CHAMPION Peter Bennett Redland Bay 75
SENIOR NETT CHAMPION Paul Banney Wantima 70
OVERALL GROSS SENIOR GROSS R/UP Chris Mouldey Caboolture 78
  SENIOR GROSS 3RD Rex Achurch Noosa 79
NETT SENIOR NETT R/UP Shane Weatherley Bribie Island 71
  SENIOR NETT 3RD Colin Chapman Bribie Island 72
(55-64 YEARS)
GROSS GROSS WINNER Bill Anderson Bribie Island 79
  GROSS R/UP Robbie Brook Tin Can Bay 80
  GROSS 3RD Ray Griffiths Bribie Island 81
NETT NETT WINNER Peter Walker Noosa 73 c/b
  NETT R/UP Eddie Edwards Bribie Island 73 c/b
  NETT 3RD Peter Holt Headland 73
(65+ YEARS
GROSS GROSS WINNER Perry Campbell Bribie Island 81
  GROSS R/UP Tony Partridge Bribie Island 85
  GROSS 3RD Roy Nerichow Bribie Island 87
NETT NETT WINNER Mick Lawrence Bribie Island 73
  NETT R/UP Bruce Willoughby Tin Can Bay 74
  NETT 3RD Paul Dean Maleny 76 c/b


      NAME CLUB  
MID-AMATEUR 4 N.T.P. Paul Lennon Bribie Island  
7 N.T.P. Darren Smith Woodford  
8 LONG DVE - LOWER MID-AM Anthony Cuthbert Peregian  
8 LONG DVE - UPPER MID-AM Gregg Peters    
9 N.T.P. APPROACH PIN Phillip Mounter Nudgee  
14 N.T.P. Jodi Lobegeiger Brisbane  
16 N.T.P. Adam Hawkins Palm Meadows  
17 LONG DVE - LOWER MID-AM Toby Harding Noosa  
17 LONG DVE - UPPER MID-AM Adam Hawkins Palm Meadows  
18 N.T.P. APPROACH PIN Aaron Shearing Pacific Harbour  
SENIOR 4 N.T.P. Rob Perrin Wantima  
7 N.T.P. Chris Mouldey Caboolture  
8 LONG DVE - LOWER SENIOR Paul Hunter Nanango  
8 LONG DVE - UPPER SENIOR Scott Sommerville Nambour  
9 N.T.P. APPROACH PIN William Irvine Wantima  
14 N.T.P. Steve Taylor    
16 N.T.P. Ray Griffiths Bribie Island  
17 LONG DVE - LOWER SENIOR Chris Mouldey Caboolture  
17 LONG DVE - UPPER SENIOR Allen Schasser Bribie Island  
18 N.T.P. APPROACH PIN Peter Bennett Redland Bay  

Unclaimed prizes: Contact Bribie Island Golf Club to arrange delivery/collection.

2021 District Senior and Mid-Am Championships - Enter Now

SCSB District Golf - Sunday, March 07, 2021

The Sunshine Coast, Glasshouse Mountains and South Burnett District
Senior and Mid-Amateur Men's Championships are on this Sunday!

The Championships are open to all male players
over the age of 30 years from any District Golf Association.

Enter now to win a share of up to $10,000 in prizes!!

Gross and Nett Champions in both age divisions will win $500
as well as free entry to all SCSBDGA Championships for the rest of 2021.



The Bribie Island Golf Course was created on the natural sand dunes of Bribie Island which provides a wonderful growing medium for our lush fairways as well as ideal drainage. With natural bushland setting the course offers all the playing experience of a sandbelt course. The course provides an 18 hole, par 72 layout with well grassed undulating fairways and superb greens. It is an easy walking course with plenty of challenges for all players.

(inc. $5 clubhouse voucher)


Experience the Masters' Tour

SCSB District Golf - Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Tee off the New Golfing Year - Carnival Day at Beerwah

SCSB District Golf - Friday, January 01, 2021

2020 District Men's Open Championship - Results

SCSB District Golf - Sunday, November 08, 2020

(L-R): Zach Maxwell (Virginia) and Dallas Furner (District President).

166 Players from 34 clubs. Par 70.

OPEN CHAMPION Zach Maxwell (Virginia)
66 (-4)
CLOSED CHAMPION Blaike Perkins (Pelican Waters) 69
OVERALL NETT WINNER Noel Oliver (Wantima) 63
Overall Gross Runner-up Max Ford (Royal Queensland) 67
Overall Nett Runner-up Nicholas Truluck (Wantima) 64
Division 1 (3 and under)    
Division 1 Gross Winner Quinnton Croker (Royal Queensland) 71
Division 1 Gross R-up Allard Bernhofen (Wantima) 71
Division 1 Nett Winner Karl Thorne (Wantima) 69
Division 1 Nett R-up Steve Gibson (Wynnum) 70 c/b
Division 2 (4 to 7)    
Division 2 Gross Winner Jayke Merrell (Wantima) 69
Division 2 Gross R-up Kyle Testa (Wantima) 75
Division 2 Nett Winner Cameron Boyce (Wantima) 67
Division 2 Nett R-up Bill Irvine (Wantima) 68
Division 3 (8 to 12)    
Division 3 Gross Winner Barry Newton (Headland) 73
Division 3 Gross R-up Hayden Dunn (Wantima) 75
Division 3 Nett Winner Peter Rogers (Nambour) 67
Division 3 Nett R-up Clay Jacobson (Maroochy River) 68
Division 4 (13 and over)    
Division 4 Gross Winner Matt Nilsen (Wantima) 80 
Division 4 Gross R-up  Leon Parr (Nambour)  81 
Division 4 Nett Winner Phillip Roxburgh (Wantima) 65 
Division 4 Nett R-up Lyndon Thomas (Wantima)  66 c/b

All prize vouchers may be collected from Wantima Country Club Pro Shop from Monday 9th November.

To be eligible for prizes, entrants must be a playing rights financial member of a Golf Club affiliated with a District Golf Association and must have played a minimum of five competition rounds at their Club during the preceding year. Players not meeting these criteria may participate as a social player only and are ineligible to win any prizes.

New Event for 2021 - SCSBDGA District Pennant Championship

SCSB District Golf - Monday, October 19, 2020

Latest Covid-19 Advice from Queensland Health

SCSB District Golf - Thursday, October 01, 2020

As of 1 October 2020, Queensland progressed to Stage 4 easing of COVID-19 restrictions. The following advice is based on those restrictions: 

Queensland Golf Clubs and facilities are to continue to adhere to the following:

  • In most cases, clubs and facilities are required to have two Covid-19 Safe Plans in place;

  1. The Industry COVID Safe Plan for Outdoor Sports

  2. The Industry COVID Safe Plan for Queensland Hotels and Clubs

  • For further guidance on adherence to the Covid-Safe Plans, please Click Here to view Golf Australia Covid-19 Safe Plan Guidance- Stage 4 QLD

  • Continue promoting to your members and customers that if they are unwell, they should not participate or attend your Golf Club or facility.

  • Ensure the collection of ALL attendees contact details is occurring and can be provided to a public health official within the required 60 minutes of the request. Public Health Units across the State as well as Queensland Police have the ability to check-in and request information surrounding your club or association compliance any time.

Following discussions with the Queensland Government and upon review of the updated Covid-Safe Plan - Outdoor Sports, Golf Australia’s recommendation is to use these Covid-19 Local Rules as it the most adequate way to meet the Covid Safe Plans practices around hygiene and sanitisation of shared equipment. Where an event is outside of the scope or not solely covered by the Approved COVID Safe Plans for reasons including but not limited to having larger than 500 people (indoor events) or 1000 people (outdoor events), read the Industry Framework for COVID Safe Events which provides guidance on organising Covid Safe Events.