Goulburn Golf Club leads the way with new paths

Sep 8, 2011 by

New walkways have greatly improved conditions for players at the Goulburn Golf Club. The Trust has recently assisted the Club with a grant of $10,040 following a successful application from the Goulburn Golf Club Lady Members Golfing Committee. Concerned for their elderly players, the Committee sought funding assistance to construct s

afer paths in several areas around the course. The grant enabled three paths totalling 292 square metres to be constructed.

Ladies President at the Club, Annette Smith, said that the benefits of this project extended to club members, charity day organisations and the many visitors and inter-district clubs who visit Goulburn and the course.

Pictured celebrating completion of the paths project at the Club recently are, from left, Ladies Captain Gail Moroney, Veolia Mulwaree Trust trustee Cr Geoff Kettle, contractor Gary Privett, Ladies President Annette Smith, Goulburn Golf Club Manager Bob Kirk and golfer Betty Ferguson.