Waitangi Golf Club

Where the sea meets the tee

We are proud to introduce  our very own helipad !!

Here is the Salt Air Helicopter landing with a our first group of happy customers - Yes golfers can now fly in by helicopter and land almost on the first Tee !!

Call us to arrange - You won’t regret it !!

Thanks to Gary Forrest for arranging and installing the windsock on the roof of the Pro Shop to help pilots judge the wind speed before landing. It’s all very exciting.  

So tell your friends that they can now fly in to play golf at your club!


Waitangi Golf Club - Helipad

We are fortunate at Waitangi to have so many visitors who want to play our course. It would be a great sign of friendship if members could keep an eye out for strangers – ask them if they would like to join your group if they are alone.

If they are a smaller group than yours, ask if they would like to go through – some are on a tight schedule and are fitting a game in here as an extra.



Would you like one of these on your vehicle ?

It’s a great way to promote our club!!!

Just $20.00 a set.

Contact Merle.


Waitangi Golf Club is carrying on their She Loves Golf campaign by holding coaching clinics for women who have never played golf before.

WAITANGI GOLF CLUB

GOLF UPDATE  APRIL 21


INTER CLUB AT WHANGAROA

27 of our members headed north for our first Inter Club away against Whangaroa on Saturday 23 April. The weather was perfect and encouraged additional Whangaroa players to attend making the total 66 players and a great atmosphere in the clubhouse after golf as we enjoyed the traditional local hospitality.

Some notable individual performances; with Jackie Morgan and Bob Crawley both scoring 42 points, while Clint Brljevich and Darren Markin both shot 71 gross. However Whangaroa won the day as our players struggled to cope with slower greens. Based on the top twenty Stableford scores the result was Whangaroa 741 against Waitangi 707.

Whangaroa enjoyed the day and are keen to have a rematch at our Club this year, rather than wait until next year. We are working on potential dates and will keep you posted.



DIGGERS FOUR BALL BEST BALL MATCHPLAY


Four matches were played in the first round of the Diggers, so the second round draw is:

CHURCHES & MACRURY v ORGIAS & JARVIS   -  JONES & BAUGH v HENDERSON & WRIGHT   -  PILLING & LOWE v McLEOD & MACNEE      WALLBUTTON & GILKISON v HAMER & HALSE   -  STOKES & ASH v HASTINGS & YARRALL  -  RAWLEY & GREEN v NEWSON & NORTH            FORREST & MORGAN v THORBURN & WATT   -  WINSLOW & McBREARTY v GRANT & TAPPER

These matches will be played on Sunday 8 May.

The first round of the Diggers Consolation will be played on Sunday 15 May.

Please report the winners on the drawsheet in the locker room.


PAIHIA FIRE BRIGADE TOURNAMENT – SATURDAY 30 APRIL

This coming Saturday the Paihia Fire Brigade Tournament will be a shotgun start at 10am.

There will be two Men’s Divisions and one Women’s with prizes for Best Gross, Net and Stableford.

Please book in the Pro Shop.


MEN’S MONTHLY MEDAL – SUNDAY 1 MAY

This Sunday will be the Men’s May Monthly Medal, cards in by 9.30am for a 9.45am start.


CENTRAL BUTCHERY MIXED CLUB DAY

The next Central Butchery Mixed Club Day is on Saturday 7th May.

We are looking forward to another good field. Cards in by 9.30am for a 10am start please.



LADIES GOLF:

Nancy McCormick 36 Hole Foursomes was played on Saturday 2nd April 2016. Congratulations to the winners: Dianne Norris and Lorraine Stokes.

 

April LGU winners were:       Silver:      Merle Tipene Nett  74

                                          Bronze 1: Isobel Jagger Nett 70

                                          Bronze 2: Dianne Norris nett 70


Congratulations to Judy Bray, Sharyn Smith, Donella Sheridan and Phyllis Crawley who came 3rd Runner/Up when they played in the Northland GC’s Teams Tournament on Thursday 21st April. A great day was had by all and they would encourage others to support the local tournaments as it’s a good day out, a great excuse to play another course with your friends and it does help your golf.


Good luck to those ladies who are playing in the Northland Strokeplay 18/36 Hole tournament in Kaitaia this Saturday and good luck to the Weekend pennant team who are playing at Kaitaia on Sunday.


The Ladies committee have decided to review the running of the Elaine Bledisloe tournament which is to be held in July. If you are interested in being a part of this discussion, a meeting will be held on Wednesday 4 May after Wednesday golf (2pm approximately).

If you can’t make the meeting but wish to have some input, you can email your ideas to anyone of the committee members, or to Merle in the office who will present them at the meeting on your behalf.


OTHER NEWS:

Thursday 26/5/16: Quiz Night hosted by Grant Hastings.

Put your team strategy together now.

Further details will be advised soon.


Practise Bunker:

Work has started on an area behind the Pro Shop. The grass has being sprayed out and dirt for mounding has been dropped. We are unsure of how long it will be before the bunker is ready, just keep watching that space.


Reminder: Car Parking

Unless the car park is full, all vehicles must be parked in the club carpark not on the grass behind the Pro Shop.



CLUB NEWS UPDATES

New 3rd Green


28 April 2016


21 April 2016


5 April 2016


 25 March 2016


12 March 2016


10 March 2016


February 2016