Swing Fit Program at MCC

Swing Fit Program at MCC

The CSGA had previously advised at the Captain’s meeting that it was prepared to assist any club which asked for financial support for any program it was involved in that might be targeting, supporting, or encouraging women into golf.  Following on from this, Murrumbidgee requested the CSGA to assist with its Swing Fit Program being [...]

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CSGA Gala Day

CSGA Gala Day

The Gala Day was held at Braidwood however for those gals who attended, the flags were horizontal with the ground – it was ‘bleedn’ windy – very windy. The Winners of the Glenda Best Jug were Fran Miller and Karen Ebsworth (Qybn) with a great net score of 74.25.  The best part of the day was [...]

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ACT Seniors Championships

ACT Seniors Championships

The ACT Seniors Championships has just completed over a three day tournament at Queanbeyan, Gungahlin Lakes and Federal Golf Clubs.  The 2018 ACT Seniors Champion is none other than our very own Pauline Jeffery (Queanbeyan) winning her very first ACT Seniors Championship over 54 holes by an amazing 12 shots.  This caps off a stellar [...]

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Canberra Shield 2018

Canberra Shield 2018

The Canberra Shield was held on Thursday 8 November at RMC. The eventual winners of the Shield was Yowani with 13 points. the photo shows the team being presented by the CSGA President Pam Barker.   The Runners-up was Braidwood with a total of 12 points. There was matchplay of eight teams with eight players in each [...]

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ANNUAL CHAMP RESULTS

ANNUAL CHAMP RESULTS

Day one of the Championships was held at Murrumbidgee Country Club.  The weather was picture perfect and the course presented well given the lack of rain and dryness in the Canberra region.  This was a shotgun start and when the ladies came in they had the pleasure of attend the CSGA Annual General Meeting!!! Was [...]

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CSGA

Welcome to CSGA, the district association for women golfers in the region covering the Southern Highlands and Tablelands, the ACT and Yass. It operates as a division of Women's Golf NSW (GNSW). The CSGA promotes competitions and championships for women golfers of all ages and golfing abilities in the district and fosters the growth of junior golf.