As we enter the final month of Series One of the 2017 Genesis Golf Link Cup, the Teams Competition is just heating up with series front-runners Yarra Triers still leading - but by just 1,000 points over second-placed Googled!
If you’re searching for a destination that’s got everything, it’s hard to go past Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
The stretch of beaches and hinterland that officially runs from Pelican Waters in the south to Tewantin in the north boasts some of Australia’s most beautiful natural landscapes, beaches – and of course, some outstanding golf.
In two hours, you can escape Sydney’s CBD and find yourself in the spectacular Hunter Valley, home to the nation’s oldest wine region and, not coincidentally, exceptional golf courses including three of the NSW’s best which make the Hunter Valley the perfect destination for our next Genesis Great Golf Road Trip.
He’s known around the club as the Tuesday Specialist. East Geelong Golf Club President and Week 8 A Grade winner Stewart Madden doesn’t get to play much mid-week golf but when he does it seems to work for him.
In Week 9 of the Genesis Golf Link Cup, the Yarra Triers' lead has been shortened - now with 7 teams over 300,000 points. With just 5 weeks left in Series One, can the team from Yarrawonga-Mulwala GC get back out to a winning lead?
Any golfer will tell you that the arrival of a child generally interrupts one’s interaction with the game so spare a thought for Week Seven B Grade winner, Peter McFadden, whose golfing ambitions were curtailed by no less than six offspring.
The competition has tightened up again! Just 4,000 points separates the Yarra Triers from the Pinjarra Pinseekers in the Genesis Golf Link Cup Teams Competition, and with 4 extra teams scoring over 300,000 points the net has tightened on the competition front-runners.