Our corporate cup is one of the BEST days of the year with members and non-members coming down to play the most entertaining 19 holes of their lives!
For the first time ever, we are hosting this day on the 26th of March 2021!
The day looks a little something like this ….
12:00pm – Arrive to a hot breakfast and coffee/or beer and receive your welcome pack.
1:00pm – Head out to the golf course to find DJ’s, shots, longest drives, masseuses, golf simulators, beers, tacos and MORE!!
5:30pm – Finish up the golf and return to the clubhouse for an unforgettable dinner and live entertainment.
All catering, entertainment and beverages are included in the ticket price! $250 for members and $300 for non-members.
Early bookings and payments are essential to ensure you do not miss out on this day! Contact Lucy TODAY to get your team in – firstname.lastname@example.org
Golf rules now on Miscore
For those who use the Miscore app and do not carry a golf card, please note that the local rules have now been loaded on to the system. Since the regular rules of golf are also available on the app, this new function provides all the rules that you need out on the course.
On Friday 5th of February, the twilight competition of the night will be a Par 3 comp.
The price to enter will only be $5 and members guests $20 which includes their Green fee.
We will be giving away a great prize in a Taylormade waterproof cart bag valued at $450.
Book online now!
2021 Club Championships
Round 1 of the Men’s Club Championships took place last Saturday in Brutal conditions and unlike most days the morning field got the tough side of the draw with a strong breeze and constant heavy showers, many did well to shoot the scores they did. Gerard Warrener shot a nice round of 71, 1 under par to be leading A grade, with 2 rounds to go in A grade and 1 in the other grades it is a very open race for members to make the top 8.
Round 1 of the ladies Club Championships is set to commence on Wednesday the 3rd of February. With entries closing on the Friday the 22nd of January.
Volunteers needed- Live @ The Green.
We are still looking for volunteers for Live @ The Green on the 21st of February 2021 to help serve drinks in the outside bar as well as pack up after the event.
Shifts will be from 3-5.30pm / 5.30-8pm / 8-9pm (pack up shift will be a lot of heavy lifting)
Please email Rebecca at email@example.com to put your name down and advise which shift you would like to help out with. Volunteers will get a free meal and drink.
Live @ The Green is coming back to Rossdale in 2021! BABBA… food trucks… kid’s entertainment… AND MORE!
This is a great family friendly event so bring the kids down to enjoy the live music and activities.
Tickets are limited so book them today www.trybooking.com/bnbgq
Driver – Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero 9 degree
3 wood – Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero 15 degree
Irons – 3 to GW Callaway Apex Pro
56-degree Callaway Jaws wedge, 10 degrees of bounce
60-degree Callaway Jaws wedge, 8 degrees of bounce
Putter – Odyessy O works centre shaft.
Ball – Callaway Chrome Soft X
Glove – Callaway Apex Tour
Course Closure- Monday 15th February
Rossdale Golf Club ground staff will be conducting course renovations on Monday 15th February, this will see the course being closed for the morning of this coming Monday 15th February until 11.30am.
Play is strictly prohibited.
Helen will be running the popular “Coffee Club” clinics on a Tuesday morning 10am to 10.45am
The clinic includes a 45-minute lesson on a specific part of the game followed by a cup of coffee to end a great session.
If this is something that interest you, you can secure your booking via the members online booking portal.
Helen Noble will be running the Tuesday morning coffee club now Elissa has taken the time to put her feet up before expecting her baby.
Coffee Club Schedule
week 1- Launching Driver
Week 2- hitting fairway woods
Week 3- 100m-60m Pitching
Week 4- Chipping
Weekly tip provided by Elissa Lal.
When playing bunker shots, stability in your lower half is key. if you are trying to rotate and power through like a normal golf shot, this maybe causing you a bit of trouble.
What to try next out on the range. (For our right-handed golfers, opposite for left handers)
70% of your weight into your left foot
Centre of your sternum (buttons on your shirt) should be feeling on top of the ball.
Swing should be shoulder height to shoulder height maintaining the weight into your left side.
What goes wrong: The moment you laterally move away from the ball the more you will see inconsistency with your bunker shots.