Term 4 2019 Girls Golf Program at Two Courses

Term 4 2019 Girls Golf Program at Two Courses

Murrumbidge Country Club at Kambah  Term 4 commences on the 24 October until 12th December.  This is for eight weeks. Flyer Canberra International Golf Centre at Narrabundah Term 4 commences a little later on the 29th October until the 26 November 2019 .   Flyer Both events are open to girls 14 to 17 years with [...]

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CSGA ANNUAL FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIPS

CSGA ANNUAL FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIPS

2019 saw, for the first time, the Foursomes Championships being a stand alone competition in lieu of the back end of the Annual Championships which historically is / was a three day tournament.  It was viewed that in today’s lifestyle, not all have the availability of three days to attend the Annual Champs.  So it [...]

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CSGA 9 Hole Challenge

CSGA 9 Hole Challenge

THE 9 HOLE CHALLENGE – This event was ‘invented’ and instigated by Cheryl Lane and Kaye Brett (formerly from RMC). It has become a popular event and when Cheryl & Kay moved up north, the CSGA took over the running of this event in 2019. It has proved to be both popular and well patronised. [...]

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Emily Hurt Pennant Final

Emily Hurt Pennant Final

Well the last of the Pennant Divisions, the Emily Hurt Shield, was completed on Friday 19th July 2019.      It was held at the Murrumbidgee Country Club at 9.30 am and as you can tell by the clothing it was ‘chilly’ to say the least. The Teams, Yowani and Royal Canberra, gathered to prepare for [...]

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2019 Brindabella Shield

2019 Brindabella Shield

The Brindabella Shield final was played on Sunday at Federal Golf Club on a very cold day.   Federal’s hospitality and assistance in holding this pennant event was greatly appreciated.  The tee off commenced at 8.00am, with Gold Creek and Gungahlin Lakes doing battle for the Brindabella Shield.  This pennant division is highly sought after with [...]

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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.