Fury as Geelong meeting called off because of stones
14 Apr 2009 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
David Moodie has demanded heads roll after the Geelong ThoroughTrack meeting was abandoned before a race was run because of stones on the track.
Keysborough Golf Club to Host drumMuster Day
11 Apr 2009 - Industry News - Editor
Keysborough Golf Club (superintendent Brett Chivers) will be holding a drumMuster collection day next Tuesday, 14 April.
Geelong's Synthetic Surface Expected to be given the All-Clear
8 Apr 2009 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
Officials are confident that a series of trials at the controversial Geelong all-weather track this morning will clear the surface to stage a meeting tomorrow.
Southeast QLD, NSW North Coast Hammered by Storms
7 Apr 2009 - General News - Editor
Superintendents from the Sunshine Coast down to Coffs Harbour have experienced what can only be described as a wretched week.
Soil Sub Technologies go Bust
5 Apr 2009 - General News - Editor
A public company which counted W.A golf champion Nick O’Hern among its more prominent float investors collapsed yesterday, just over a year since listing. Directors of the Brisbane-based Soil Sub Technologies said yesterday they had called in administrators from Hall Chadwick on Wednesday night.
Horsham G.C to Tee-off Again
2 Apr 2009 - Golf - Editor
Horsham Golf Club re-opened last Sunday for its annual Extravaganza Day. It was the first time the course has been open for play since the clubhouse was destroyed and the course ravaged by the Remlaw fire on February 7.
Cranbourne Turf Club's Big Saving
24 Mar 2009 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
Melbourne's Cranbourne Turf Club has saved 60 million litres of water and has reduced its annual water bill from $57,322 to $1016 after implementing a number of water saving techniques.
Golf Australia seeks National Development Manager
23 Mar 2009 - Industry News - Editor
Golf Australia is the peak body responsible for the leadership, marketing, promotion and development of amateur golf throughout Australia from grassroots through participation, golfing pathways, elite development and the Australian Golf Opens.
New Fijian G.C to Open
18 Mar 2009 - Golf - Editor
A new championship golf course is set to open on Fiji's colourful Coral Coast June 1. Design of the course follows the concept originated by Fiji's former World No 1 Vijay Singh
Tiger Woods Chips in for Horsham G.C
16 Mar 2009 - Golf - Editor
Tiger Woods has been personally touched by the plight of Horsham Golf Club. Woods has thrown his support behind reconstruction of the fire- ravaged Horsham Golf Club.
Dunedin Faces tight RWC Deadline
16 Mar 2009 - Rugby - Editor
Dunedin has the World Cup matches, but will it have the brand spanking new stadium to host them? That's the big question as the southern city launches a race against time ahead of the 2011 tournament.
Synthetic Racetracks on Hold
15 Mar 2009 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
Installations of synthetic racetracks is on hold for at least two years as Racing Victoria reassesses the impact on horse and jockey.
A Greg Norman-designed G.C in Ho Chi Minh City?
15 Mar 2009 - Golf - Editor
Multi millionaire Thanh Hoang Nguyen, who used to run a restaurant in the Sydney suburb of Mosman, wants to build a Greg Norman-designed golf course on the site around around Ho Chi Minh City.
The Tee Trees Golf Course Grinds to Halt
14 Mar 2009 - Golf - Editor
Unfortunately, the effect of the current economic crisis is such that the Ingles Group is unable to continue construction for the time being and construction has been temporarily suspended.
Queen Elizabeth Oval still not up to AFL Night Standard.
14 Mar 2009 - A.F.L - Editor
Greater Bendigo Mayor Kevin Gibbins is frustrated and disappointed that a $50,000 upgrade of lighting at the Queen Elizabeth Oval has failed to render the venue suitable for an AFL night match.
Otago Polytechnic in a Win Win Situation
13 Mar 2009 - Education - Editor
Otago Polytechnic and Cromwell Golf Club have become the first in New Zealand to sign a deal which will provide long-term mutual benefits for both parties.