Nambour Golf Club

The Nambour Golf Club is where you get the feeling you are closer to tropical Cairns than the sub-tropical Sunshine Coast. With the course centered around a valley full of beautiful rainforest pockets, it has Queensland written all over it. To play Nambour is a golfing experience not to be missed. The picturesque Nambour Golf Club is situated just 15 minutes from the beach or the hinterlands. For a Google map link to our course, look under 'Find Us' on the green task bar above.
 
The course is open 7 days a week, having a stocked Golf Shop with motorised buggies for hire. The clubhouse is also fully licensed with main member competition days being Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, Ladies Day on Thursday. Come and enjoy the experience 2 for 1 every Tuesday. Visitors are also welcome to play in our Sunday competition.

Phone for all bookings on 5441 2049

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  • 26 May 2016

    NAMBOUR LADIES WINNERS

    Nambour Ladies field pennant teams in both Weekday and Weekend Pennant Competitions.

    One of the teams was victorious - read on to find out which!!! 


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  • JORDAN OFF TO USA

    Jordan Speare, last year's C Grade Champion, has a great chance for a golfing experience of a lifetime!!


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  • 18 Mar 2016

    ANOTHER ATYPICAL DAY

    A typical day at NGC involves golf, memberships, regulations and laws, budgets, forward planning, ordering supplies, etc, etc.

    Nobody said Admin would have to deal with dangerous wildlife and broken bones! 


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  • 20 Mar 2016

    HOME WIN FORJUNIOR PENNANTS

    Our NGC Junior Pennant Team hosted the 7th round of the Sunshine Coast Pennant competition, celebrating a narrow win over Maroochy River 2 and 1.

    Jordan Speare d Daniel Robson 4/3; Mickey Schimak-Orrell d Brigette Griffin 2 up, Ayden de Broughe lost to R.J. Colonel 4/3

    For photos of the no-fear swings and putting styles, read on! 


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  • 21 Feb 2016

    A GRADE PENNANTS AT HOME

    Nambour A Grade Pennant team hosted powerhouse Maroochy River here on Sunday - and held them to a draw. Well done team. For a full run down of results from all men's pennant teams, click  Nambour Pennants.

    For some images captured of the men in action on Sunday, read on.
     


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  • 22 Feb 2016

    RELIEF FROM PATHWAYS?

    Much debate on course, and in the bar about this topic. Captain Cal has provided some clarification for us, and Rod has provided some photos to help illustrate. Click PATHWAY RELIEF or go to Rules Applied on the banner to read, see and hopefully be enlightened!


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  • 29 Jan 2016

    MUGS, MEDALS & RED SHIRTS

    Mugs, Red Shirts, or Medals have nothing to do with fools and recalcitrant, Thai Political supporters or with awards for bravery in conflict arenas. They are titles of Annual Competitions for NGC which are hotly contested and prized. So who can compete, and who were these annual winners?


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  • 10 Dec 2015

    TENTH ANNIVERSARY

    The Thursday Thrashers came here temporarily when they experienced difficulty at their regular venue. That was 10 years ago, and the group has grown over that time. They play 9 holes every Thursday afternoon, and judging by the frivolities at presentation time on the deck, a pretty good time is had by all.

    Their 'breakup' was held recently, well attended by the regular Thrashers! See photo (provided) attached.


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  • 29 Nov 2015

    YOUR CLUB COMMITTEE

    A well attended AGM held on 29 November 2016 elected the committee to run your club for you over the next 12 months.

    Patron: Joan Grace
    President: Peter Black
    Vice President: Mike Ruoso
    Treasurer: John Barnett
    Secretary: Liddy Drane
    Captain: Cal Roberts
    Vice Captain: Matt Cooke
    Greens Director: Mark Elliott
    Committee: Joan Grace, Peter Hughes

    For details in reports delivered at the AGM, read on. 


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  • 23 Oct 2015

    NAMBOUR OPEN ACES

    The Nambour Open provided some great results - but two young golfers won the ultimate prize by shooting a hole in one each!!


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