2nd Division and 3rd Division as well as Margin Shield Winners 2015

2nd Division and 3rd Division as well as Margin Shield Winners 2015
9th and 18th hole : click on image to go to Breakers Country Club Web site

Sunday, 22 April 2012

Golf Course Working Bees


Ladies the men have been having very successful working bees for the last few months and we are reaping the benefit of these.   The area under the trees down both sides on the 5th/14th hole for example have been cleaned up so that it is now possible to find our balls easily and help speed up the pace of play.

We need some of our Ladies to volunteer some of their time to uphold our side, the work is not overly strenuous but very satisfying,  picking up twigs, weeding gardens etc.

These working bees are now being held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month 8am start in front of the Pro Shop and go for about 2 hours.   Breakers puts on a thank you morning tea after the work is done.

Dates are:
2nd and 23rd May          13th and 27th June    11th and 25th July     8th and 22nd August  
12th and 26th September      10th and 24th October    14th and 28th November    12th December

This sort of help frees up our Green Staff to enable them to put more time into our Golf Course.

Wayne, Craig and the Boys have been doing a fantastic job with our Course and this is one small way we can acknowledge our appreciation for how good our Course is looking..............

Thursday, 19 April 2012

Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Susan's Rules Corner.

Touching and Rotating Half-Buried Ball in Rough for identification purposes Rule 12-2/2

Q.  A ball is half buried in the rough. Having announced her intention in advance to her opponent, marker or fellow-competitor, the player for the purposes of identification touches the ball and rotates it.   By so doing she identifies the ball as hers.      Is there a penalty?

A. Yes, for touching the ball other than as provided for in Rules (Rule 18-2a) Under Rules 12-2 and 20-1 a ball may be lifted (or touched & rotated) for identification purposes after its position has been MARKED.

If the player had MARKED the position before rotating it, there would be no penalty, assuming the rotating did not result in the ball being cleaned beyond the extent necessary to identify it.

So ladies please make sure you put a MARKER down before touching and rotating or else its a 1stroke penalty.

Tuesday, 17 April 2012

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Pennant Results

Congratulations to all our Pennant Players.

Division 1 Played at Everglades against Toukley, the result was Terrigal 2 Toukley 4 our girls put up an amazing fight.  Well Done

Division 2 Played at Morisset against Magenta Shore,s the result was Terrigal 3 1/2 Magenta Shores 2 1/2 Great work Well Done

Division 3 Played at Gosford against Wyong, the result was Terrigal 4 Wyong 2 fantastic result Well Done

Friday, 13 April 2012

Stroke Day, Monthly Medal, 3rd WGNSW Medal

What a day, Cold, Wet, Miserable.......but still some very good scores.

1st Division 
Winner Nett  69 and Gross 78     Sally Hopkins 
R/U Nett 70 Meryl Ainscough

2nd Division
Winner Nett 69  Mim Corner
Winner Gross 101 and R/U Nett 70   Mel Sheekey

3rd Division
Winner Nett 66 and Gross 111  Cheryl Muller
R/U  Margaret Harrowell  74

Well Done Ladies

Good Luck to all our Pennants Players this Monday

Clarification of Drop Zone   on 9th/18th

Drop Zones on either side of Green are for balls that enter hazards from Drop Zones forward towards green and behind green.    Not for Balls that enter hazards coming up to drop zones, there you use the normal rules.   ie.  2 club lenghts from where ball last entered hazard, go back and hit from where you hit that ball, go back as far as you like keeping the place you entered and the flag in line (this one is a bit hard to do on the 9/18th.

3Ball Better Ball Par competition is coming up 31st May.   So start organising a team and think about paying the extra $5 each so you have a chance of going through to the district.  The more teams that enter the more teams we get to send to the district.....anyone can win and this shows in the fact that each year we are sending different teams along.

Also the Wednesday Knockout series is starting soon so keep listening for when you need to put your names down.   This is a great way to improve your golf as it is a one on one competition, also good experience for getting a feel for what Pennants Play is like.  The more ladies that take part in it the better the competition.

Sunday, 8 April 2012


What a magic day.  Only 48 ladies took to the field but that didn't stop some amazing scores.
Winners with a Huge 100 pts were
Helen Ingle, Michelle Ansell, Lyn Cattaway and Kerry Mc Inerney    Great result well done Ladies.

Lots of Chocolate bunnies hopping everywhere and great Raffle Prizes,  Thanks to Moya, she puts together a mean Raffle prize.   

Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Pennant Results

Our 2nd and 3rd Division started their Pennants competition on Monday
Both teams put up a great fight but unfortunately went down 2 1/2 to 3 1/2
2nd Div. to Everglades at Shelly Beach and 3rd Div. to Morisset at Terrigal

Well done Ladies,  especially as some of our 3rd Division Ladies are some of our newer members,
they have taken up the challenge which is great to see.

Next Pennant Competition is on 16th April.

How Fantastic does our Ladies 8th/15th Tee Look...Well done to our Greens Staff