Proston Golf Club has a fun day planned for this Saturday for both golfers and non-golfers
Blackbutt District Community Organisation held its inaugural Putt-a-Putt event at the Blackbutt Golf Club on Sunday.
Proston Golf Club has had an amazing makeover thanks to the generosity of a bunch of hard-working volunteers from the Mapleton Men’s Shed.
Some of Queensland’s best young golfers took over the greens in Kingaroy and Nanango this week for a keenly contested four-day golfing championship.
Former Kingaroy junior golfer Shae Wools-Cobb, 22, has been selected to represent the Asia-Pacific at the biennial Bonallack Trophy competition being played in Qatar this week.
Barry Richardson – and his dog “Tank” – are a familiar sight around Blackbutt … at times, Barry seems to be involved in just about everything that goes on in the town!
2015 champions Kimberley Crawley and Craig Dodd have taken out the latest Queensland Indigenous Golf Championships, played at Murgon at the weekend.
Friends of the Wondai Country Club gathered on Saturday night to celebrate the club’s 75th anniversary
Wednesday (February 24) is the last day to get names in for Saturday’s big Burrumbuttock Day in Murgon
On the day organisers knew they had raised at least $5000 … but the final total for Mayor Wayne Kratzmann’s Charity Golf Day was actually a lot more, with a massive $13,000 in the kitty.
Olympic swimmer Duncan Armstrong said he simply couldn’t refuse the request to be a guest at the Mayor’s Golf Day on Friday when he heard where the money went.
Kumbia Kindergarten’s second Annual Charity Golf Day last Thursday was a resounding success.
Time is running out for South Burnett residents who want to support the Mayor’s Charity Golf Day and meet Olympic champ Duncan Armstrong.
Former Olympic swimmer Duncan Armstrong will be the special guest at the next Mayor’s Charity Golf Day.
The South Burnett Regional Council Mayor’s first Charity Golf Day for the year has been hailed a resounding success with 72 players raising more than $8500 profit for deserving organisations during the event.
The Quota Club of Kingaroy will be holding its popular annual Golf Day on Thursday (September 3) at Kingaroy Golf Club.
Golfers have an added incentive to get on down to Murgon Golf Course and start practising their swings … they could win a Nissan Micra if their skills are top notch.
Following the success of the inaugural Mayoral Charity Golf Day – held in Kingaroy in last November – the South Burnett Regional Council is planning two more events.
Wondai firefighters have organised another one of their popular charity golf days to help raise funds for two great causes.
Craig Dodd, from Blackwater, took out the 2015 Queensland Indigenous Championship played at the Murgon Golf Club at the weekend.
The Wondai Pink Stumps Golf Day was held on Sunday, January 11, at the Wondai Golf Club.
The Goomeri Golf Club held its annual presentation night at the weekend.
More than 100 players turned out at Kingaroy Golf Course on Friday for the Mayor’s Charity Golf Day – and to get a chance to meet rugby league legend Shane Webcke.
It came down to the last putt but Kobe George put the ball in the hole to seal a win for him and playing partner Kody Allen in Saturday’s two-man ambrose at Kingaroy Golf Course.