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In this segment, we hear from a different member each month, all with different stories of their lives, their interests and how they became involved in our great club. 

Recent Happenings at our Club

IN THE NEWS

New Website

June 5, 2017

The Heathcote Golf Club is proud to launch it's new website, a project that is hoped to create greater ease of access for members and guests as well as a source of up-to-date club information. 

Page visitors are encouraged to check out all the new pages, feedback and suggestions/ideas are welcomed, please click the link below. 

Championships Conclude

Sunday 27 October, 2018

The final round of the men's and women's championships wrapped up in perfect conditions today. 

 

Stephanie Wearne, Dot Trott and Amanda Long have been successful in the women's grades, while Daniel Pianta, John Dunn, Steve Hudson and Joe Zurek were victors in the men's.

For overall men's results click here, for women's results click here, and for video of a quick chat with our winners click here.  

Open Champions Crowned

Sunday 9 September, 2018

The winner of the 18 Hole Susie Tolhurst Event was Jeneath Wong  with a score of 75.  Runner up was Jessica Pickwick on 77.  The Nett winner was Jesika Clark (76) and Nett  runner up was Piper Stubbs with 77.


The 36 hole Ivo Whitton Trophy winner was Jasper Stubbs (71-72-143) from Shane Muir (145).

The nett  winner was Lewis Schenk (146) while runner up was Billy Caulfield (146) on a count back. The 18 hole morning best nett score winner was Jason Baines (68) and afternoon was Guillaume Got with 73.

Ladies NTP on the 18th hole was Jessica Pickwick and the Mens was won by Lewis Schenk.

Mixed Champions Decided

Monday May 14, 2018

The Farley's Mixed Championships were decided this weekend in wintery conditions. The recently crowned District Mixed Champions Mitchell Hogg and Stephanie Wearne were victors in the gross event returning 77 off the stick, while a life-member duo of Terry Sheils and Daphne Hall claimed the nett honours with a 69 from a combined 30 handicap. 

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