".....it (Port Fairy) is the best value golf in the world - without question." Golf Australia
The Port Fairy Golf Club has decided to temporarily WAIVE THE NOMINATION FEE OF $100
For those who are members at a club in Melbourne, Port Fairy country membership is a valuable asset against green fees when holidaying over the summer break and other times during the year.
The Winners are......
Television - Anthony Warburton
Picture by Ruth Walter - Greg Welsh
LG Stereo - Brian Solomon
Well done and thank you to all who entered :)
The Port Fairy Golf Club AGM will be held at the Clubhouse at 8pm on Thursday the 13th Nov.
All members are welcome.
Winners - Luke Malady +9 & Wayne Jenkins +1 = +10
R/up - Matt Hatfield +2 & Wayne Jenkins +1 = +3
3rd place - John Pulling & Jeff Gill = Square
Ladies - Robyn Hose +1 & Kerry Peters +1 = +2
Ntps - 4th Ken Eldridge, 8th Rod Maher, 11th Peter Redford, 15th Colin Lang, Superpin Rod Maher
Ball comp to -4 combined
Today comp was 4 Ball Aggregate Parwhich was also the qulaifying round for the Fourball Knockout - Gary Lockett Trophy. We had 127 players with the morning players getting the better of the weather by far. See below for results.
Gary Lockett Trophy Draw:
Round 2 on/by 30 Nov 14
1. Luke/Malady/Wayne Jenkins vs Daryl Squires/Russell Helman
2. Shane Morris/Alan Rasmussen vs Ken Eldridge/John Ellard
3. Peter Redford/Tony Ryan vs David Brown/Ashley Kelson
4. Paul Docherty/MIchael Romanis vs Bob Crispe/Chris Johnston
Round 3 on/by 7 Dec 14
Winners of 1. play winners of 2.
Winners of 3. play winners of 4
For coditions of play please refer to the locker room noticeboard.
Consistently ranked as one of "Australia's 50 Best Courses" and one of the "25 Best Public Access Courses in Australia" this classic links style course winds its way through unspoilt sand dunes and provides spectacular views of the Southern Ocean.
"Those familiar with the golf course at Port Fairy will know that it is a precious and unique layout. Nowhere else in Victoria is golf played so close to the ocean or along dune land of such quality.
The gently rolling sand dunes of Port Fairy Golf Club have been largely unaltered by man, only mown in order to define fairways and rough giving rise to a wonderful natural 'feel'.
The club is developing a higher profile amongst the golfing community, earning the reputation of a golf course worth traveling a long way to play - almost to the point of enjoying 'cult' status."
Excerpts from Michael Clayton Golf Design Masterplan for Port Fairy Golf Club
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