Why not come and spend the day with us at our friendly Club.
We cater for everyone from the keen golfer to the family looking for a place to spend time relaxing and taking in the wonderful views over the Course.
For the dedicated Golfer we have the results for Tournaments, Championships and Weekly Games along with photographs of Major Events. A mini website for the Pro Shop is available to help you make an informed decision about your next purchases. Don’t forget you can hire everything from clubs to a cart.
For those of you looking for a wonderful meal, why not try our Bistro with a Blackboard Menu including a wide variety of delicious choices and a spacious dining area for those larger functions.
Saturday 22nd July there was 102 in the field for the Oaten’s Single Stableford in 3 Grades Trophy. A Grade winner Matthew Bradley (11) with 40 points from Runner Up Mark Bratti (8 ) with 37. B Grade Winner Danny Kennedy (16) with 40 Points from John Barrett (17) from Caboolture on 38. C Grade Winner was John Nipperess (24) with 39 points on a c/b from Aub Scofield (26) on a c/b from Darren Rea. Balls went to 33 points on a countback.
Wednesday 19th July was sponsored by Janelle Stenner Beauty Therapist, there was a field of 34. The weather presented itself with what we usually get in August, the wind felt like it was travelling at around 30 knots. Cold in the shade and warm in the sun. A Grade winner Anne Mead (20) finished her game with 32 points from Runner Up Sue Leeson (14) who had 29. B Grade winner Kay Clapham (31) had a smashing round with 37 from Betty Quinn (31) with 33.
Casino veterans golf results for Tuesday 11th July. 40 players again this week played a single stableford for meat vouchers and sponsored prizes. Rod Coe had a successful return from his travels with a score of 37pts followed by Rick Quinn 36, Wayne Ruttley 36, Roy Wagner 36,Jeff Lassig 35, Don Evelyn 34 and Bob Reiche 34. Ball rundown went to one score of 30pts and all better.
The long month of June paid off for some during the Womens Golf Casino Championships which started at the beginning of the month on Wednesday 7th June. The 2nd Round took place on Friday 9th June. Then the rain set in and the 3rd and Final round was postponed on 2 occasions to finally be played Wednesday 28th June, we had 28 players finish the Championships.
Our 2017 Champion is Jackie Bratti (3) finishing her campaign with 250 Scratch, 78-93-79
Sunday 2nd July and Fred Imeson certainly put on the great weather for the 30 golfers who came out to play in the Fred Imeson Electrical American Foursomes. The winners Terry & Julie Llewellyn finished with a nett 70.5 from Judy Karam and Wayne Underhill who came in with 71.87. Balls went to Helen & Malcolm Olive, Tracey & Steve Simpson, Linda & Jim Dean, and Nora & Claude Viel. Fred also provided a random draw of a dozen balls as well.
Wednesday 5th July sponsored by Noel & Reinie Kinsley. With a field of 33; and a slight nip in the air to start the day, the scores were pretty close. A Grade Winner Anne Mead (21) finished with 75 nett from Debbie Low (13) on 78. B Grade Winner was Marg Ryan (28) also finished with 75 Nett from Betty Quinn (31) who had 77. It was a great struggle in C Grade though, between Dorothy Willis (37) finish 72 on a c/b from Vonnie Micallef (34).
Sunday 11th June the North Coast Truck Drivers Inc. Charity Golf game to be
held at Casino Golf Club had to be cancelled due to the very wet weather
which of course was a big disappointment to us all. Unfortunately we can’t
do anything about the weather.
Due to the constant rain we have had over the past 2 weeks and the course being closed for the major part of this time. The course was finally opened to the ladies Wednesday 21st who wanted to walk. THEN at the last minute after further inspection the course was open to carts as well; with strict instructions as to where carts could go, because the course was still very wet in lots of places, and mowers could not get on the fairways to mow. AND the same conditions will apply on Friday.
Friday 9th June with a field of 32 players the sponsor of the day was NRMA, thank you to Greg Cowan, Selena and the crew for the great trophies. The winners were all close with their scores today, Nora Viel (18) finished on 74 nett in A Grade from Runner Up Louise Formaggin (19) who had 76 nett. B Grade winner Ann Innes (32) had 73 nett in front of Runner Up Heather McAndrew (30) with 74 nett. C Grade was won by Therese Schier (44) with 72 nett from Lorraine Pratt (43) on 76 nett.
Due to the rain that came down in bucket loads, the field was reduced to 34, and as a consequence of this the Ted Wilson Joinery Trophy has been rescheduled to Saturday 17th in conjunction with the Mick O’Neill sponsored day. The winner of the day today was Noel Kinsley (14) with 32 points on a c/b from Nathan Chadderton (20). The ball rundown went to 28 on a c/b. There are 31 balls in the Turkeys Nest and it wasn’t won.
Wednesday 7th June there was a field of 34 ladies to play for the South Casino Pharmacy trophies. The game was the 1st round of the Womens Golf Casino Championships held over 3 consecutive stroke rounds. Some players have started off their campaign with great scores and others not so good. A Grade Winner of the day was Jackie Bratti (3) with a nett 75 on a c/b from Runner Up Louise Formaggin (20).
Thursday 25th May, 120 players came to play for the Casino Golf Club Beef Week Cup, sponsored by Casino Golf Club, Carlton United Breweries (CUB) and the Individual Liquor Group (ILG).
The Overall Winner – Andy Shaw (21) finished with 42 points, from the Men’s Winner Michael McGinnis (28) from Palmer on the GC who finished with 39, from 1st Runner Up Keith Norris (18) with 38 points on a c/b from Tim Cox (12) from Lismore.
Saturday 27th May the first Perpetual Newstead Single Stableford Beef Week Cup took place. There were 90 starters for this new event sponsored by Shane Newstead Automotive, and Sid Bateman (26) came in the winner with 40 points. Unfortunately Sid gave his apologies for not being able to attend presentation to receive the award. Runner up Guy Scarlett (7) with 38 gave him a good run for his money though. Balls went to 32 on a c/b.
Womens Golf Casino Beef Roundup Open Day on Friday 19th May.
Andrew Daddo says “How Good is Golf “; and this has to be true, when we can bring a feeling of England to the competition with the weather producing a foggy; misty, hazy day for the best part of the morning, until around 12.30 to 1 p.m., then the rain came down a little heavier just as the girls were finishing their final hole of the competition.
Saturday 20th May, the weather obviously kept players away with threatening rain, but there was no rain. There were 75 in the field for the Daves Bakehouse Stroke event, with the A Grade Winner Tim Wilson (9) finishing with 65 nett from Runner Up Wade Sweeney (11) from Oxley Golf Club on 66 nett. B Grade Winner Keith Norris (18) finished with 67 from Jeremy Schofield (15) on 68 Nett. C Grade Winner was Kevin Playfair (24) with 67 from Terry O’Brien (21) with 71 Nett. There were 21 balls in the Turkeys Nest which was not won and the Ball Run Down went to 74.
Saturday 13th there was a field of 72 with quite a few of our players going to Kyogle to contest the annual Digger Roberts Cup.
A Grade Winner was John Weaver (10) with 41 points from Runner Up Adam Taylor (11) with 40 points, B Grade Winner was Jeremy Schofield (15) with 37 points from Jim Donnelly (18) with 34 points C Grade winner was tight with winner Claude Viel (30 winning on a countback from Jim Dean with 35 points. Balls went to 33 on a countback and the Turkeys Nest has 15 balls in it and was not won.
There weather looked a little ominous on Wednesday 10th May and so the field went from 32 to 27. The weather maps also said there was a 30% chance of rain, so the players who came did go out and play for the Global Tyre & Mechanical Trophies. The 30% chance of rain became 100% at around the 10.30 a.m. mark, so there were players who pulled out at the last minute.
Wednesday 3th May, there was a field of 37 and the rain threatened again. We must thank the Rappville Ladies (Helen, Reinie & Joan) who sponsored the day. It was also our Monthly Medal Round, along with other monthly events and cumulative competitions held throughout the year. A Grade winner Linda Dean (15) finished with 75 Nett from Anne Mead (20) on 77.
It is with a sense of relief that we can now give you the full results from last Saturday’s competition (22nd April, 2BBB plus Single Stableford). Thanks very much to Ian Halliday and Wayne Morgan for help they gave.
Winners of the 2BBB, with 45 points, Tony Snow and Rob Oaten.
Runners Up 2BBB, with 44 points, Andy Shaw and Mick Greentree.
Congratulations to winners and runners up. Your trophies are at the club and we will do a small presentation next Saturday.
Casino Golf Club Sponsored by Lightning Electrical & Data. Wednesday 26th April was a Single Stableford event sponsored by Lightning Electrical & Data (Shayne & Christina Bunker) who gave their apologies for not being able to present winners and runner ups with the trophies of the day. There was a field of 31 and after a short stint on the course there were some sprinkles of rain. Some thought oooooo is it going to continue and get heavier, or is it going to go away.
Friday 21st April it started out to be another sunny Autumn day for the Womens Golf Casino Ladies, by about 1.00 pm the weather came over cloudy and a few short showers affected the last girls in the field.
Congratulations must go to the Ladies Committee for their team work presenting a great day to the visitors from all over the Northern Rivers District.
Casino veteran golf results for Tuesday 18th April. 42 vets turned out
for a single stableford in beautiful autumn conditions and a much
dryer golf course. Tim Meyer found the conditions to his liking and
returned 41pts to win from evergreen Aub Scofield 39pts, John Quirk
Wednesday 12th April was just a perfect Autumn Day and this was shown in the great field of 35 ladies who came to play in the Single Stroke Scrivener & Webb Pharmacy Trophy in conjunction with the Final Round of the Captains Trophy. The proof is in the results though, we are not sure how to play the game in fine weather with the course drying out quickly.
“How Good Is Golf” Wow another eventful day at the Casino Golf Club when 104 starters from all over the Northern Rivers have come to participate in the morning session of the Casino Vets Open Day Tournament. The weather has been turned on for them with a 28 degree sunny day. The course has just turned out a treat with the warmth and a gentle breeze to help dry it out after the continuous rain last week.
Monday 10th April, it was time for 9 Casino Teams to travel to Kyogle to play for the Kyogle vs Casino Shield Match , a 4BBB Matchplay competition, which is held each year at alternate golf courses. Kyogle was lucky this year with the deluge of rain that had fallen in the past couple of weeks. The flooding didn’t actually reach right into the lower level of the Club House thankfully.
Kristy and Peter Cowdrey came out today to present the great prizes to the winners of the Casino Smash Repairs event held on 8th April where there were 101 starters. The course is still damp, but playable, and there is more sun shining every day. The Medley players say it is just great to be outdoors. Winners of the main event 2BBB Stableford were Wayne McInnes (10) and Peter Heilbron (20) with 44 Points on a c/b from Runner Ups John Riggall ( 6 )
It was touch and go at the beginning of the day Wednesday 5th April whether we would play or whether we would spend the day at home due to the skies looking like it could rain. In the end though; because we love being outdoors a decision was made and 32 ladies came to play in the Oaten’s Retravision Trophy day, including 2 ladies from Lismore who have been hanging out for a game of golf for quite a few weeks now.
Wednesday 29/3. We were lucky to get a game in before the showers coming down the coast from Cyclone Debbie. The weather was dry and sunny, but we definitely need the mozzie spray. There was a field of 30, and the Overall Allan McKenna Mechanical Winner Anne Mead (22) with 35 Points, found the course was in good condition after the rain we have already received.
Casino veterans golf results for Tuesday 28th March.
With 10 players away at Woodenbong open day, 31 members turned up to play a single stableford at Casino.
Des Heath 38pts on c/b was the overall winner from the consistent Laurie Bonner 38. Jim Dean 37, Peter Brophy 36 c/b, Len Howden 36, Aub Scofield 35 and Barry Estreich
The course proved to be wet on Saturday 18th March after the heavens opened through Friday night. There was lots of discussion with Green Staff, the Pro and others; and finally it was decided the course was NOT unplayable so the 72 Hole Men’s Ongmac Championships FINAL round would be played. It was damp throughout the whole course; and there was some water in a couple of bunkers due to drainage problems. There will be concentrated efforts to fix these problems during the 2018 year.
The results of the Nett Championship Winners were pretty close A Grade Wayne Underhill finished on 287 Nett from John Quirk on 289. A Reserve Grade Trevor Wood on 275 Nett from Christopher Brien 284. B Grade Tony Snow 291 Nett on a c/b from Michael Greentree. and C Grade Andy Shaw won on 273 Nett from Troy Walker on 275.
24 Players came out to play in the Hudson Donnelly 2BBB Stableford Mixed Day sponsored by Richmond Dairies. The weather and the course were actually quite good for the amount of rain we have had over the past few weeks. Winners Tracey Simpson (22) and Fred Imeson (15) finished with 44 points from 1st Runners Up Debbie Low (14) & Bryan Low (29) on 42 and 2nd Runners Up were Richmond Dairies Representative Julie Llewellyn (18) and her husband Terry Llewellyn (18) with 41 points. NTP’s were won by Debbie Low and Trevor Wood.
Saturday 25th March, and the weather is starting to clear in Casino. There were 100 in the field to play for the Walker Bros 2BBB Stableford event with a Single Stableford in conjunction. Andy Shaw (22) and Shane Hogan (23) had to pull their socks up to win with 49 Points from Runner Ups Andrew Fulwood and Tony Rea who were closely on their heals with 48 points.
There were 24 ladies come out to play golf on Wednesday 22/3 the Casino
Outdoor and Army Disposal sponsored day, and it was great to have Joy
Urqhuart (one of the owners) attend to present the trophies. The Conditions
were not all that great, but the rain stayed away while we played.
Casino veterans golf results for Tuesday 14th March. 33 Players braved
the early morning overcast conditions which eventually led to some
persistent rain that effected the later groups but did not effect the
scoring. The overall winner was Laurie Bonner with 66net on c/b from
Ron Thorne 66.
Monday 13th March, the weather attempted to rain throughout the whole day, but this didn’t deter the majority of the 99 lady golfers from all over the Northern Rivers area coming to participate in the Women’s Golf Northern Rivers (WGNR) Vets Championship held at Casino. In the end there was a field of 90. WGNR President Robyne Trotter said the ladies really love to come to Casino, it is indicative of the numbers who participate in this event, and thanked Casino Ladies President Debbie Low and her committee for the great job of organizing the early morning tea and the wonderful afternoon tea her ladies provided.
Today was moving day for the men in the 3rd Round of the Ongmac Sponsored Club Championships, and it is clear the players are moving toward the finish line. A Grade leader Riley Taylor(+2) has a Scratch score of 201 which is 24 shots in front of his nearest rival Bradley McLennan. A Reserve Grade Trevor Wood (13) has a scratch score of 241 leading by 4 from Zac Innes(11) & Malcolm Olive(11).
25/2 – American Foursomes –Sponsored by Mada News (Jason & Rachel Adams) What a great sponsor who supplied all golfing members with tape measures for NTP’s making it easier to measure great shots on the greens.
There was a field of 80 on this day and the balls went to 68 on a c/b, and the Turkeys Nest had 13 balls which were not won.
125 starters played in the first round of the Casino Golf Club championships in hot and humid conditions and the last 2 groups finished in heavy rain.
The winning scores were very good and the monthly winner Terry Oaten had 63 net on a count back from Jeffrey Snead.
A grade winner was Adam Taylor (13) net 64 R/U Was Zac Innes (13) 65. B grade Jim Moffitt (17) 65 net from Mick Montgomery (18) 69 C grade winner Terry Oaten (21) 63 R/U Jeffery Snead (23) 63.
Casino veterans golf results for Tuesday 7th March.
The day began with a return visit from 17 Woodburn Evans Head veterans
and 3 visiting golfers joining with us to play a single stableford
event. Winners for WEH were Len Riley 40pts and Terry Handcock 36pts.
Saturday 18th Feb, another day of heat. There were 93 Players in the field today to play for the Tony’s Workshop trophies. Winners of the 2BBB Stableford were Matthew Bradley(12) and Rodney Trustum (29) with a score of 47 points on a c/b from Guy Stewart (14) and Gordon Dutton (16) from Lismore. 2nd R.Ups were Peter Munro and Jeff Sneath with 46 points.
Casino veterans golf results for Tuesday 21st February. Very pleasant
conditions greeted the 45 players who turned up to play a single
Wednesday 15th Feb, was the Richmond Dairies Sponsored Trophy with a field of 27 allowing only 2 Grades. The numbers were down this day unfortunately. It was great to have Julie Llewellyn; a representative of the company come and play with the ladies and help present the vouchers for the day. Julie (also one of our weekend golfers) gave some information on the Richmond Dairies business. Richmond Dairies not only supplies their waste water to our dams for our fairways, they also donate a lot back to the community of Casino, and they are always affected by the problems that affect our dairy farmers.
Casino Golf Club Medley Stableford Sponsored by North Coast Mini Mart
With the spasmodic drop of rain we have had over the past few evenings the course is really looking good, fairways are green, and the greens were a little tough today. There were 90 players compete for the North Coast Mini Mart trophies thank you to Sam & Simon. A Grade winner was John Riggall with 41 points on a countback from Jason Adam. B Grade Winner was Zac Innes with 44 points and Runner Up is our own Quick Shade Sponsor for a $1000 Hole In One Quick Shade on the 5th for the men and 17th for the women Jeremy Schofield with 41 points.
Results of Casino Golf Club Mixed Day on 29/1/17
It was an early start today with a Shotgun at 8.00 a.m. and towards the end it did get quite warm. The first mixed day had 22 Starters and it was nail biting till the very end for Terry and Julie Llewellyn sitting in the winners circle until the last group came in with the same score of 42 points and they were beaten on a countback. Malcolm and Helen Olive were the winners and Helen says it was only the birdie Malcolm had on the last hole that did it.
Wednesday 1st February is a 7.30 to 8.00 start Single Stableford for the ladies coming back to golf. Welcome back and I hope you have had a great Christmas break.
If you are the first groups out can you please take the NTP’s with you, AND if you are the last groups to hit off can you please take a bag with you and bring in the NTP’s.
The flags don’t get put out until after 7.00 a.m., so if you start before 7.00 a.m. you may be hitting to a green that doesn’t have a flag on it, and the hole placement may also change.
Casino veterans golf results for Tuesday 24th January.
It was great to see 46 players turn up for a full round of golf on the newly renovated greens and Captain Jim attending after his horrible holiday encounter with a push bike.
Welcoming in the 2017 Year on Tuesday 3rd were 37 Vets for the 1st Stroke Round of the year, and they were all grateful of the cooler weather. The winner of the day was Ron Thorne with a great 65 Nett, followed by Aub Scofield with 68 on a countback from Noel Kinsley. NTP’s – on the 1st was Len Brown, the 11th Ron Black, the 12th Ricky Quinn (glad to be back from his holiday overseas), and the 17th Noel Kinsley. Balls went to 77 on a countback