• COOPER and LOURIE, your family Optometrists are the new sponsors of the Pennant Teams this season. The appreciation of all team members and the Club Board is extended to Aidan Cooper, Geoff Cooper, Julie Lourie  and the team at COOPER and LOURIE for their support.

  • DAVID SOUTHAM, playing in Division 5 at Nedlands, had a Hole-in-One on the 7th Congratulations David and this time, yes, your name will be included on the Hole-in One Board


The Division two team travelled to The Vines for its Round Four encounter against Rockingham. With no changes to the team that lost narrowly to Sea View the previous week spirits were high and they were confident of a victory which would keep their slim hopes of promotion to Division One alive.

After 4 completed matches things were looking good with 3 wins and a loss.

Callum White once again showed his fighting qualities in winning his match at the 20th Hole, Ben Cullinan winning at the 18th hole and Riley Gott winning convincingly, 5/4. James Morris could not win the 18th Hole to send his match into overtime.

Harry Traylen could not match his opponent’s 5 consecutive Birdies in his loss and Tristan Geerlings fell short in the number 2 position.

So, it was 3 Matches all with Edmund Hall going in to “extra time” to decide the outcome of the match.

After nearly holing out for an Eagle on the 19th he unfortunately missed his Birdie putt and the hole was halved.

On the 20th Hole Edmund hit the green in regulation some 9 metres from the hole and his opponents approach shot finished within 2 metres. Edmund tried to hole his first putt for Birdie but it went 3 metres past the hole and he missed his return putt, ultimately conceding the hole.

So, another close encounter went against the team – Final Result Rockingham 4 to Nedlands 3.

The next game will be on Sunday May 2 against the undefeated Bunbury Golf Club at Sea View at 12.30pm.  Elevation to Division One is beyond the reach of the team and now consideration must be given to survival in Division 2. With 3 matches remaining they must win at least one of those. to survive.


A home game was welcomed by the team on Sunday and a great result was achieved. The course was in excellent order and met with positive comments from all other clubs represented on the day.

Convincing wins came from Aidan Cooper, Dave Southam, and John Samuels.

Shane Maloney and Dave Rees had close encounters before winning 2/1 whilst Reegan Cake was a little unfortunate to lose the final hole and Square his match.

Damon Watkins, in his debut match, struggled over the back nine finally going down after the 15th hole.

The next game will be on Sunday May 2 against Wanneroo at Royal Perth at 12.20pm.

After a great win on Sunday the team is growing in confidence and will be looking forward to another win in Round Five which would see them in with some sort of a chance of qualifying for the Final.