2023 PICKERING BROOK GOLF CLUB OFFICE BEARERS
2023 PICKERING BROOK GOLF CLUB COMMITTEE (Men)
POSITION NAME PHONE
PRESIDENT DENE MARSHALL 0438036698
VICE PRESIDENT MURRAY HOUGH 0427936373
CAPTAIN RODNEY HOUGH 0414844533
VICE CAPTAINS DENE -RUSSELL -MURRAY
SECRETARY GERRY BROWN 0455795422
TREASURER ALLAN MONCRIEFF 0428046628
HANDICAPPERS PAUL TURNER 0473191354
MARK TURNER 0491376935
CLUB COACH MICHEL DUJARDIN 0488673898
SPORTS CLUB REP RUSSELL JENKINS 92938333
COMMITTEE RENE SCHARLI 93906694
RUSSELL JENKINS 92938333
GARY ADAMS 92932132
LEN DUDLEY 0417938727
WENDY KERR 0438985136
GROUNDS COM. RUSSELL JENKINS 92938333
LOU CONTI 92932444
DENE MARSHALL 93982453
MURRAY HOUGH 0427936373
DENISE LUDEMAN 0448403325
ROD HOUGH 0414844533
LEN DUDLEY 0417938727
DENE MARSHALL 93982453
MURRAY HOUGH 0427936373
RODNEY HOUGH 0414844533
PICKERING BROOK GOLF CLUB PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
SATURDAY OCTOBER 14th 2023
at 9:00am. IN THE CLUB HOUSE
Nominations for the office must be on the nomination sheet provided on the notice
board and must be signed by the Nominee, the Proposer and Seconder. Nominations accepted from the floor if needed.
Nominations close at 6:00pm on Saturday, October 7th 2023
All other Monthly Committee Meetings are expected to start at 9.30 am.
LADIES OFFICE BEARERS 2023
Chairperson: JANE NORRIE
Captain: WENDY KERR
Handicapper BETTY SWAIN
Treasurer: CATHY BLECHYNDEN
Secretary: DELYS COLQUHOUN
Vice Captain: BOBBY BAKER
Catering Convener: SALLY HALE
LADIES PLEASE NOTE
THURSDAY NOMINATIONS CLOSE 9.30 am. 9 HOLE comp 10.30 am Competition book must be signed and fees paid $10
UNACCEPTABLE CARD When a card is unacceptable for any reason, which does not affect the gross score at each hole, the card must be put in order and accepted for handicapping purposes.
PLEASE BE COURTEOUS If you are going to be late, notify the Captain or the club
DRESS A neat mode of dress at all times
CONSISTENCY / AGGREGATE: Points on all individual games.
ECLECTIC On all individual games. GEORGE SPRIGGS 2 Rounds -12 holes Stable ford - Total Points
JUBILEE FOURSOMES Stableford = half combined handicaps
CHAMPIONSHIPS One grade 3 rounds of 18 holes Stroke, Gross and Nett.
All rounds to count. There to be a limit of no less than 6 people for the championships.
FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIPS 2 rounds 18 hole stroke play. Gross and Nett
There to be a limit of no less than 4 pairs.
TROPHIES: 18 Holes-Voucher $30 R/up $20
9 Holes-Voucher $20 R/up $10
Minimum 5 players in a competition
Note- These games will be played during the year
Silver Spoon, Inter Bowl, George Booth, GWA Challenge TBC
GENERAL COMPETITION INFORMATION ( Men )
NOMINATION FOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
Nominations for All Championship events, Individual or Fours, will close at 6.pm on the Sunday prior to the event and no further nominations will be accepted. The Match Committee reserves the right to accept late entries to balance the field on a first come first served basis.
Individual champion in each grade will be determined by the lowest gross score for 3 of 4 rounds of 18 hole stroke play.
In the event of a tie in any grade the Champion of the grade will be determined by a “sudden death “ play-off of the tied players.
TO QUALIFY for the Championship Tournament, a member must play in not less than 6 individual Pickering Brook Club Events in the 2021 season or at the discretion of the Match Committee.
Sudden Death Play Offs will be decided by playing No 1 then No 18 until a result is obtained. Play Offs to be held straight after the fourth round or next available game if required.
There will also be a NETT CHAMPIONSHIP played in Conjunction with the Club Championship best 3 of 4 rounds of 18 hole stroke play from any grade with the lowest combined total 3 NETT scores .
In the event of a tie in the Nett Championship the winner will be decided by a count back starting from the best third round played.
Only one trophy can be won by any one person for the Championship.
A MINIMUM OF 5 PLAYERS IN EACH GRADE. Match Committee can change grade handicap range if required.
A GRADE 0-19 B GRADE 20-32 C GRADE 33-54
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STANDARD PLAYING CONDITIONS ( Men )
All games commence at 11.00am , unless otherwise stated. If you do not have a group leave your name with the tee master who will
assist to make groups.
Sunday events staged by Associates or Members , Nominate half an
hour prior to tee off.
Handicaps will be applied to all events including scroungers.
Score cards handed in after 5.40pm Saturdays and 4.20 pm Sundays
will not be used for handicapping and will be ineligible for prizes.
The Tee Master and at least one other Match Committee member
are in control of that days competition.
Members, the minimum standard of dress on the course is neat/
clean , untorn apparel and closed in shoes. Committee sign off.
Nearest the Pin
The ball must be on the green to qualify , unless otherwise nominated.
No 2 and No 9 Fairways only. NOTE : do not hit off TEE BOXES.
Practice Greens : No 2 , 9 and No 18 .
most games -Done at Captains discretion
36 Hole Competitions
Both rounds played off same tees.
Conducted on events nominated in fixture book, tallied by the
handicapper and measured against one half of final handicap at
the end of the 2021 season.
Competitions will be staged in the 2021 season on events marked in
the fixture book. Points will be awarded on the nett results of the
days play. Winner receives 10 points, the runners up 8,6,5,4,3,2,1
plus each participant receives a point. Score sheets will be
maintained by the handicapper.
Trophies for all Championship events ,the Eclectic and Aggregate Competitions will be presented at the social event,as per fixture book.
1. Individual donated trophies or Club trophy will have a minimum of $30 value.
a. On the trophy day 1st wins that days trophy, 2nd 2 golf balls, 3rd 1 golf ball
b. Flag novelties -max of 4. Excluding a major club event,eg Open Days/ invitational days. Or Match committee approval.
2. For the above to occur a minimum of 10 must play on the day.
Team events min 12 for pairs /or groups of 3. 16 for groups of 4.
a. If less than 10 the following will apply
b. 1-3 players -1 golf ball to winner , no other prizes apply
c. 4 players – 2 golf balls to winner , 1 to 2nd,no other prizes apply
3. If no trophy is designated on the day and there are 5 to 9 players
in play, then 3 golf balls to winner, 2 to 2nd and 1 to 3rd.
a. A trophy day is a day programmed in the fixture book.
b. The Match Committee can authorize a trophy day outside
of the fixture book if
c. The proposal is in writing and
d. Written confirmation given by the Match Committee
4. Any ball / card sweep or any other type of draw can only be run
when a minimum of 7 players play.
a. For every 7 players 1 ball can be given away. Eg 7=1 ball
14 = 2 balls, 21 = 3 balls etc.
b. The only exception is on specific days, eg Open days, other
events when other clubs participate.
c. Or at the Match Committees discretion.
d. Any sweep will be run as 1 free with minimum game day fee
and 50 cents per extra entry.
5. The only other situation that receives a prize in golf balls is
a Hole In One or an Eagle. Maximum 3 in a season.
a. Only applies to fixture book allocated trophy days and /or
3a and 3b above.
b. Hole In One – Limited to 12 golf balls per person-per game.
c. Eagle -Limited to 6 golf balls per person-per game.
d. For 9 hole competitions only 1 prize applies over 2 consecutive
rounds-equaling a normal 18 hole round
6. Any game that is played under GOLF handicap conditions with
any prize given, ALL cards must go to handicapper.
a. This includes DNF, damaged etc.
7. Any game played outside the above points cannot hand out any Prize.
a. These games will be described as ''Social games''
b. These games forfeit any predetermined Game Days and start
times if the Captains or Match Committee organize a golf day
Complying with all points between 1-6 and point 8.
8. All games will have a minimum entry fee.
a. Up to 12 holes =$6
b. Over 12 holes $=10
c. All guidelines above apply to point 8.
9. All games are to be played using the guidelines They also follow the rules of golf book,handed out each year.
A game follows the procedures in ''Golf Competitions and how they are played'' as listed in Golf Australia advice- version -10 July 2015
Anything else played can only be under a Social Golf heading as
it is not a recognized format.
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COURSE MAINTENANCE ( All )
Our club membership fees are kept to a very low level due to the
members themselves maintaining the course with only minimal
paid labour involved. Every member has the right and duty to help
keep the course in good playing condition. There are many light
but essential jobs that need doing every week throughout the year.
MEMBERS will be allocated certain fairways and may be asked to
work as a team for certain tasks. Please consult the secretary if you
have any problems with your appointed roster or you need a hand.
PLEASE DO YOUR BIT FOR YOUR CLUB
BUSY BEES are usually held just prior to major events to ensure
the course is presented in a manner of which we can be proud and
which will provide the fairest playing conditions. It is your right to
participate in these events. If you are healthy enough to play golf,
you are more than fit enough to take part in BUSY BEES. It is a
perfect opportunity to get to know other members and to be more
a part of your club.
These are noted in the fixture book , others will be announced
E-mails and phone calls will be used in conjunction with
announcements on game days to inform members of busy bees.
As a guide it is expected that 2 busy bees will be held prior to
season commencement, on Sundays. Other busy bees will be on
Sundays or during a playing month as required. The Saturday
before the Mens Open Day and prior to the Ladies Open day
COURSE AND PLAYERS ETIQUETTE ( All )
1. No one should move,talk or stand to close or directly behind the ball or hole when a player is addressing the ball or making a stroke.
2. The player who has the honor should be allowed to play their ball before their opponent/ fellow competitor tees their ball , if the player wishes.
3. No player should play until the players in front are out of range.
4. In the interests of all ,Players should play without any undue delay under new 40 second rule guide lines.
5. Players searching for a lost ball should allow other players coming up to pass through, 3 minute rule. They should signal to the players following to pass and should not continue their game until that group is out of range.
6. “Through the Green ” , a player should ensure that any playing surface they displace is repaired before moving on. Replace any divots, break in edges of holes and smooth or otherwise repair.
7. On the Green. Players are not to wheel buggies across , drop bags or flagsticks on or otherwise damage the putting surface.
8. At the completion of the hole the cup must be emptied, the flag stick replaced properly and the area around the hole smoothed for at least one metre. Taking care not to leave ridges that may obstruct the entrance to the hole.
9. Move to the next teeing ground before marking cards.
10 You are encouraged to play “ ready golf” at all times to speed up play.
Players are reminded that golf is a social /group
UNFINANCIAL & UNAFFILIATED MEMBERS ARE INELIGIBLE FOR TROPHIES (at match committee discretion)
SOCIAL GOLF at any time but please give way to competition players SUMMER GOLF Please check with playing groups to confirm starting times
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