Week ending 6th April 2013 (Vets)


We have a busy Host Day program in April with a visit to Bribie Island on Monday 8th April 2013, a rescheduled visit to Mt Coolum on 15th April 2013 replacing the wash out earlier this year and then we host Caloundra at Cooroy on 22nd April 2013.

As a member club of the Sunshine Coast District Veteran Golfers Association, we provide the opportunity to play at some of the best courses on the Sunshine Coast at reasonable cost through our District Host Day Program– Caloundra, Gympie, Headland, Horton Park, Mt Coolum, Nambour, Pelican Waters, Peregian Springs, Tewantin Noosa and Tin Can Bay.   There are around 1,800 Veteran Golfers across our District.

Host days competitions are an enjoyable and important part of veteran golf as they provide an opportunity to meet members of other clubs in our District – so get involved, enjoy the golf and the company.


Ron Blount had a rather interesting expedition into the dam on the 14th on Wednesday.    Next time you see Ron ask him about it.

We are pleased to announce that Grant has secured a Host Day NTP sponsorship of 24 dozen logo golf balls for Cooroy Vets from a South Australian based Company “smallPRINT”.

Until Steve Howes is fully back on deck Grant will be organizing, co-coordinating and primary contact for home and away Host Day competitions.


EVENT: APRIL Monthly Medal – Stroke

PRIZE DONOR: Madill Motors


A Grade Winner         Jon Sendall                  63          Runner Up     Bob Noble                       64

B Grade Winner        Grant Smallacombe   62          Runner Up     John Kelly                        64

C Grade Winner         Hasse Andersson        65          Runner Up     Col Easton                      66

RUN DOWN (all in)

Graham Laing 66, Bill Edwards 67, Kevin Tonkin 67, Ken Morgan 68, Glen Johnstone 69, Bill Galvin 69, Jim Prendergast 69, Charlie Adelberg 69, Errol Radley 69, Kevin Olsen 69, Alan Blundell 70, John Butler 70, Dave Walder 70, Peter Reilly 70, John Cairns 70

NTP     4th Brian McMillan, 6th John Milligan, 7th Errol Radley, 10th Terry Harrison, 12th Bill Edwards, 13th Rick Rickard, 15th Dave Collins


16th (3rd shot) Bob Noble