2019 Yearly archive

As 2019 comes to an end we will embrace 2020.  The years ‘seem’ to be flying past us at a great rate.  The CSGA wishes to thank our District Clubs who have continued to support us where ever possible and … Read More

The CSGA wishes all the District Clubs and their Members a Happy and Safe Christmas with families.  May Santa be good to you and your Christmas a happy and merry occasion.  Safe travel to those who will be travelling.  Members … Read More

Today the CSGA held it’s last event for the 2019 calendar and that was the much sought after Glenda Best Jug.  This event is played using  the Canadian Foursomes format with the best nett garnering the Glenda Best Jug.  The … Read More

The ACT / DGA Seniors Championships were held last week, first day at Queanbeyan, second day at Gold Creed (in windy conditions, having said that its been windy forever) and third day culminating at Federal including a lunch and presentation.  … Read More

The District Medal playoffs were held on Monday 28 October at Belconnen Golf Club. A big thank you goes to Ladies Captain, Margaret Hardy and the Belconnen golf club for hosting the day.  The winners are as listed below.  These … Read More

The 2019 Canberra Shield was held at Federal Golf course on Thursday 31 October. 72 players represented by 10 Clubs from the CSGA district competed for the Canberra Shield at Federal Golf Club.  Despite the very hot weather, the course … Read More

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 … Read More

With school holidays fast approaching the CSGA and ACTDGA are running a week of golf for Junior male and female golfers under the age of 18.  The first competition will be at Gungahlin Lakes Golf Course on Tuesday 8 October … Read More

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, … Read More

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 … Read More