Golf Committee


Anyone in NSW who has been in any of the 11 affected local government areas (LGAs) in Queensland since Wednesday 21 July, must, from 6pm today (Saturday 31 July) stay at home and only leave their residence with a reasonable excuse.
Anyone already in NSW who has been in any of the 11 affected LGAs in Queensland since Wednesday 21 July must only leave their home or temporary residence in NSW  with a reasonable excuse. Anyone arriving in NSW must complete a declaration and then travel directly to their accommodation and only leave with a reasonable excuse. A person must comply with the stay at home rules for 14 days since they were last in an affected LGA, or until the notice is revoked. 
The affected LGAs are: Brisbane City, Moreton Bay Regional Council, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Lockyer Valley Regional Council, Logan City, Noosa Shire Council, Redland City, Scenic Rim Regional Council, Somerset Regional Council, and Sunshine Coast Regional Council.
Additionally, we are asking that everyone who is living in the same residence as a person who has been in one of the 11 LGAs to also follow the stay at home rules and to only leave home with a reasonable excuse. 
People will only be permitted to leave their places of residence with a reasonable excuse, being shopping, medical care, caregiving, outdoor exercise with a member of your household or one other person, and work or education, if you cannot do it from home. 
People subject to the stay-at-home measures in Queensland should not be travelling to NSW unless they are permitted to do so.
People who have been in one of the 11 Queensland LGAs must continue to comply with all other public health requirements in place in NSW, including the restrictions in Greater Sydney. 
Anyone arriving from Queensland, regardless of whether they’ve been in the 11 affected LGAs or not, must fill out a declaration form.

In regards to our sporting operations:- the NSW rule states that if you have been to SEQ since 21 July then you are only eligible to play sport if it is outdoor exercise with a member of your household or one other person.  – This would exclude group sports or organised sports for those persons who have been to SEQ.- The player needs to determine if they meet the criteria or not.

Golf Committee

Ladies Golf 29/07/21

We had a very successful day for our Pink Lady Day with 40 of our ladies all wearing something pink a shirt, hat, shorts socks, wigs scarves it was a very colourful day.

It was a fun day with three scores to count out of four.

The Pink Lady Trophy was donated by Pauline Ryan and the winners were Pauline Ryan, Allison Blair, Pat Hodda and Kaye Mills 33 c/b

Winners of Competition Denise Culpitt, Fran Janes, Vivienne Sulejmani and Privanda Hawley. 111

Runners Up Desley Harrington, Diane Hughes, Colleen Kelly and Marilyn Burns 109

NTP Hole 7 Div 1 Kaye Mills Div 2 Cheryl Kelly

Hole 16 Div 1 Liz Edwards Div 2 Lyn Simpson

Pro Pin Coral Rasmussen

Run Down All Players in the Run Down

Raffle. Myra Biggar, Muriel Murray, Jeanette Fisk

We also had a very special occasion yesterday being Betty Halls 95th birthday we all need to take a leaf out of her book not only is she a beautiful person but she stills plays great golf .

Good golfing

Captain Myra

Course Status Golf Committee


Todays Competition has been CANCELLED

Course Status Golf Committee


Please be advised that todays competition will now be a Single Stableford

Golf Committee


Time again to bring everyone up to speed on what’s happening at Club Banora Golf Club.

Although we are still in a COVID situation, things have almost returned to normal. We can share golf carts, handle and sign each others cards, use the drink fountains for bottle filling, rubbish bins for litter, rakes in the bunkers and removal of flags if needed. So we are progressing be it ever so carefully.

As we no longer have preferred lies in the bunkers, it is expected etiquette to rake the bunker after it has been entered. There seems to be some confusion on this issue as the Complaints Department have been receiving lots regarding the state of the bunkers. If you get in a bunker, please rake your footprints, plug and scuff marks before leaving and don’t be scared to tidy up after those that haven’t.

While I’m on the soap box here, can I mention Buggies /Carts to keep required distances from the greens and as you are carrying a sand bucket , fill in a divot or two as you go. We have a great course that is in great order and with a bit of help from us, the golfers, it will continue that way.

We have received a Complaint from a lady that walks around the area and carries a dog in a bag/basket. The dog is not capable of walking and apparently some comments have been made to the said lady. If these comments were made and were thought to be in jest, they have not been received that way and a harassment complaint has been made to Twin Towns. Please be aware of this situation and not stir up trouble we don’t need.

On a brighter note the men’s pennant Teams are being finalised and we are planning on having four teams representing us this year. We have an enviable record with this tournament, bringing home Pennants a number of times over the past years. We would like some Volunteers to act as substitutes if/when needed as penalties are incurred if a full team does not participate. Please let Captain Kev Haddrick know if you are willing to take on a substitute role. You don’t have to be good , just willing.

Ladies Golf is starting to get back into full swing. They seem to have suffered the most with the wet weather of late, as almost all of their comps were washed out. We wish you good golfing for the rest of the year. Last time I spoke to Hughie he indicated that it looked good for the future.

Veterans golf is running like a well oiled machine but numbers are down slightly and Captain Dave is missing happy, smiling faces.

Men’s golf is going well and now that we are out of the wet season and into those glorious Autumn and Winter Days, numbers should start picking up again, so get your names in before the slots fill up.

It was good to see the roll up we are getting particularly on Saturdays when it was walkers only. Congratulations to those hearty souls whom battled the soft track and the sweltering heat generated from it. A special mention to Wayne Muir, who told me “Never again” three times. He almost made me feel guilty for not playing until I saw the condition he was in after each round. Well done to those members that came to the Club for Presentations although they hadn’t played themselves. It was like days of old and a good reminder that you don’t have to be a player to enjoy each other’s company.

I hope you all keep well , play well and keep smiling.

Yours in Golf

Brent McLennan (President)

Golf Committee

Ladies Golf Tuesday

18 players today in TUESDAY Ladies Stableford

Winners were Denise Culpitt (29) – 39 in Division 1

Runners Up were Janet Haddrick (30) – 35 in Division 1

Nearest The Pins were won by 12th – Penny Martlew

There was 06 in the Rundown which went to 31

Golf Committee

Golf Australia App

Everyone at Golf Australia is excited to welcome you to the official new GA Handicap App! It’s a convenient and easy-to-use handicap monitoring tool with a wide range of features including tap-of-a-button group lookup (see below for full feature details).

The App is available for free to any Australian golfer, parent, family member, administrator, etc, and with hundreds of members and administrators involved during the recent testing phases, we know it will be really popular in clubs right across Australia.

Your login details for the App

• We are sending you this email because you have registered to access the handicapping service on the Golf Australia website –
• Your username and password for logging in to the new App are the same as the login details you have set up for
• The ‘username’ you will need to use when you login to the App is your login email to GolfLink
• If you’ve forgotten your password, you’ll be able to reset it by using the ‘Forgot Password’ link on the App’s login screen. For data privacy reasons, your password is encrypted and our Customer Service Centre don’t have access to it.

Download the new App from the Android or Apple store

Major features of the new App

• Group/subgroup lookup – This feature allows you to store up to 100 GOLF Link numbers in your profile and view the GA Handicaps of everyone in your list. You’ll only need to enter players once to incorporate them into your subgroups. Create and name your own subgroups, such as ‘Saturday players’, ‘Family’, ‘Work golfers’, and so on.
• Notifications – Receive notifications anytime someone in your list has a new score processed to their GOLF Link record. Keep fully up to date with everyone’s scores as they come in!
• Daily Handicap calculator – Choose the tees/course and this feature will display Daily Handicaps for you and everyone in your lists.
• Handicap record display – For you and any players in your list.
• Share scores and handicaps – The share feature enables you to message copies of scores/handicaps to your friends via text message, WhatsApp, Facebook, email, and more.

On behalf of us all at Golf Australia, we hope you enjoy the new GA Handicap App!

Golf Committee


Please be advised that due to recent rains the Ladies programme has been changed to as below:

Thursday 7th Single Stableford (Weather pending)

Thursday 15th Monthly Medal

Thursday 22nd Monthly Medal

per Ladies Captain Myra

Golf Committee



Good afternoon Ladies hopefully we will be playing our first medal round tomorrow, 2nd medal on the 8thApril and on the 15thApril a 4BBB stableford so hope the weather will be kind to us.

We will be having a Easter raffle so please stay for coffee

I have just been advised that as from 5,00 pm to night everyone will have to wear a mask in the halfway house and clubs so ladies please bring your masks we just have to adhere to the restrictions so please keep safe. These restrictions have been imposed by the NSW. Health department

Good golfing Myra

Golf Committee

COMMITTEE 2021/2022