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

Monday, 29 April 2019

Pennants 29 April 2019

Another great day of Pennants golf on the Central Coast.  Congratulations to our Banksia team who against all odds came away with a 4-3 victory over Everglades.  Against all odds because our girl Jenny Chapman had to battle against a lady who holed out... yes that is right a hole in one!!

We hosted the Wattle round at home today.  Everyone was appreciative of our fine baked treats and the condition of our course.  A great day had by all.

See you Thursday for the Foursomes xxx

Friday, 26 April 2019


Here's a rule that has come up quite a bit lately. The three minute limit for looking for a ball does make a difference here. A quick look at your watch might help.

By definition, a lost ball is a ball that is not found in three minutes after the player, her caddie or partner begins to search for it.
If you think a ball might be lost, to save time, you may choose to hit a provisional from the same spot, making sure you state that you are “hitting a provisional”.
When a ball is lost, and you have not hit a provisional, your only option is to go back to where you hit the previous stroke and play from there for a stroke and distance penalty of one.

NOTE 1:  If you have looked for the full three minutes and are on your way back to hit another ball and the original ball is found, it is still deemed to be lost and therefore it is a wrong ball and must not be hit. If you hit the original ball, you must correct your mistake or you will be disqualified in stroke play, wipe the hole in stableford and par, and lose the hole in match play.
NOTE 2: A player may not declare her ball lost. A ball is lost only when it has not been found within three minutes. For example, a player searches for her ball for two minutes, decides it must be in a place she doesn’t like and so declares it lost, then walks back to play another ball. Before the player puts another ball into play, the original ball is found within the three minute search time. Because a player may not declare a ball lost, it is not a lost ball so the original ball must be played.
NOTE 3: If you have had a quick look for your ball, gone back and, before the original ball is found, hit another ball from the previous spot, this ball becomes the ball in play, even if the original ball is found within the three minutes.
NOTE 4: Sometimes, rather than hitting a provisional, if your ball is in an obviously unfavourable position, you might choose to put another ball into play without even going to look for the original ball, again under stroke and distance penalty of one. In this case, you don’t need to announce anything. The fact that you have played another ball is enough.
NOTE 5: Some clubs, eg Shelly Beach, have brought in a local rule with extra options for a lost ball but we have no Local Rule for this at Breakers. Always read the Local Rules board when you visit other courses.

Thursday, 18 April 2019

Easter Fun Day

What a fun day, lovely weather, good company, course improving and lots of laughs.

Happy Easter to all.

See you in two weeks time for the Foursomes Championships. Please note that there may be a few time changes so keep an eye on the draw in case your time alters.

Anyone who would like to play in the 18 hole event, please get in touch with Colleen. Similarly, anyone who needs to cancel must let Colleen know.

See photos below of today's champions.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019

Easter Fun Day

Hi Ladies,
Just a reminder for our Easter Fun Day this Thursday 7:30am shot gun for 8am tee off. It is also suggested you take advantage of the sandwich order as it will be quite busy at end of play.

We will also be having our Easter Raffle with lots of great prizes.  Tickets are $5 for 3 or $10 for 8 tickets.

If you are not playing golf you might like to join us for lunch and raffles around 12:30pm.

Happy golfing see you Thursday.

Monday, 15 April 2019


Terrific news again today with both our teams in the winners circle.

Wattle played at Everglades against Wyong and came home winners 4.5 to 2.5.

Banksia played Magenta at Gosford and won 4-3.

Congratulations to all players for your fantastic efforts.

Thursday, 11 April 2019

Stroke, Monthly Medal 11th April

The course is looking much better, even the new fence was shining in the sun today. Next time you play make sure you read the new Local Rules Board located on your way into the Pro Shop. There were some great scores today, both high and low.
Good luck to the Pennants players on Monday, at Gosford and Everglades. Fingers crossed for good weather.
To those ladies who have put their hands up to play in the Mixed Foursomes on Saturday, good luck and try to enjoy the new aspects of the course which will be revealed.


Monday, 8 April 2019

Pennants 8th April


Fantastic news from Kooindah today with our Wattle team defeating Morisset 4-3. Congratulations girls. Hopefully the first of many.

In the Banksia pool, Breakers hosted the other clubs. Many thanks to those who provided the morning tea, which was particularly noted as being most impressive. Unfortunately, we had an extra hazard or two to contend with.....see pictures!

The course wasn't too bad but the heat was a problem for many. Scores were very close in all matches.


Thursday, 4 April 2019

Stableford 4th April

It was hard work out there today following over 100mm of rain during the week.

A few clever ladies seemed to have played a different course as the scores indicate.
Special mention must go to Michelle Hughes, who continued her outstanding form with a brilliant 40 points!!!

Entries for Mixed Foursomes (13th April) must be done by Monday. The form is in the pro shop and some men are crying out for women so go and check them out!!!

Entries for our Ladies foursomes (27 holes on 2nd May) are also being  taken. If you haven't organised a partner yet, you have until 18th April (Easter Novelty Day). Also, please note that there will be an 18 hole event on Foursomes day if you would rather play in  that.

Good luck to our Wattle Pennant team for Monday at Kooindah against Morisset.

Fingers crossed for no more rain at Breakers as the Banksia Pool will be playing here.


Monday, 1 April 2019

Pennants Round 1

Banksia today played Shelly Beach at Toukley. Most matches were closely contested, with two wins and two draws. Unfortunately, this meant we just lost 4-3. A great effort from everyone.

Wattle played at Wyong against Kooindah. This was tough competition against the current holders. We eventually went down 5-2. Warming up for next week!