Please click the links below to see the following 3 documents for your information.
The Survey responses have identified and supported the selection of priorities as we move forward with the development of our Strategic Plan.
Tony Graham – President
On behalf of the QGC Committee.
Fantastic weekend of club championships. Saturday saw the semi finals where Michael Havelberg overcame Tim Fennell and Jamie Wekwerth prevailed over David Ash in A Grade. B Grade saw John Bennett win against John Rimmer after beating Rex Stephens in the sudden death play off and Glenn McColl winning against Peter Mastin. In C Grade Mark Tizard won against Bob Lawrence and Andrew Dalgleish defeated Peter Crosset who had won through after beating Julian Thompson in the play off. D Grade had Tom Limb winning against Noel Pike and David Jones beating Ian O’Donnell. Sunday in trying conditions saw a great battle between Michael Havelberg and Jamie Wekwerth with Michael prevailing after a marathon 33 holes. B grade went to John Bennett after a close battle with Glenn McColl. C Grade was another tight match with Andrew Dalgleish beating Mark Tizard. The closest match was D Garde where it went down to the last hole with Tom Limb edging out David Jones. Congratulations to all involved.
We are very excited to announce we are reopening the course from tomorrow (Wed 13th of May). Please ring the club to make a booking on (03) 5258 4344.
We will be allowing groups of four on the course. However, carts will be 1 per person unless the pair are family or living together.
We will still be enforcing a number of social distancing rules in order to comply with regulations and keep our members and staff safe.
We look forward to seeing you all soon!
With the closure of the course, our committee will continue to plan and implement a strategy for the course that will enable us to be successful into the future and ensure that we are in the best shape possible following lifting of the restrictions.
We apologise for not being able to provide golf to our members and the wider community, however we need to ensure we are complying with government regulations and taking a positive role in minimising the COVID-19 spread. We hope that our closure will not be extended past April 13, but it is a possibility and we are relying on advice from Golf Australia as well as the Victorian State Government.
It is important that everyone follows the new restrictions, as they will enable us and the community to resume to our usual activity sooner rather than later. This includes hygiene, social distancing and minimising unessential travels.
Our closure, enforced until at least April 13, means no access to the course and surrounds – this includes members. We will be continuing to maintain the course, keeping ground staff to a minimum while preserving the current condition of the course for when we reopen in the future.
See photos below for work being carried out on the course.