Jun 06 - St.Patricks, Ireland
Jul 06 - Teia, Catalonia
Aug 06 - Stanley Park, Canada
Sep 06 - Portmarnock, Ireland
Oct 06 - Sant Cebria, Catalonia
Nov 06 - Papendal, Netherlands
Dec 06 - Horsholm, Denmark
Jan 07 - Shandon, Ireland
Feb 07 - Portal del Roc, Catalonia
Mar 07 - Terrey Hills, Australia
Apr 07 - Jones Beach Park, USA
May 07 - Gualta, Catalonia
June 07 - Stackallen, Ireland
July 07 - Sant Jaume, Catalonia
August 07 - Waverley, Australia
September 07 - La Rosaleda, Canary Islands
October 07 - Fornells, Catalonia
November 07 - RGSC, Ireland
December 07 - Centenary Park, UK.
January 08 - Chia Laguna, Italy.
March 08 - Royal Meath, Ireland.
April 08 - Imjelt, Norway.
May 08 - Les Goelands, France.
June 08 - Les Moulins, Verbier, Switzerland.
July 08 - Glenville, Ireland.
Aug 08 - Lloret Papalus, Catalonia.
Sep 08 - Southern Cross, Australia
Oct 08 - Overbetuwe, Netherlands
Nov 08 - Fermoy, Ireland
Dec 08 - St. Moritz, Switzerland
Jan 09 - Larkspur Park, Ireland
Feb 09 - Lleida, Catalonia
March 09 - Glanville Hall, Australia
April 09 - St. Stephen's, Ireland
May 09 - Kristtornskogen, Norway
June 09 - Bussloo, Netherlands
July 09 - West Palace, China
Aug 09 - Canberra International, Australia
Sept 09 - Teyco l'Ampolla, Catalonia
Oct 09 - Cloghogue, Ireland
Nov 09 - El Torrent, Andorra
Dec 09 - Colegio Medico, Chile
Jan 10 - 2Club Golf, Ohio, USA
Feb 10 - Mas Pages, Catalonia
Mar 10 - Locarno, Switzerland
Apr 10 - Erin's Isle, Ireland
May 10 - Queen Elizabeth Park, Canada
June 10 - Heerde, Netherlands
July 10 - El Vendrell, Catalonia
Aug 10 - Deerpark, Ireland
Sep 10 - Nuolen, Switzerland
Oct 10 - Tennis Mora, Catalonia
Nov 10 - Koekange, Netherlands
Dec 10 - Collinstown, Ireland
Jan 11 - Utsikten, Norway
Feb 11 - Pazo da Touza, Galicia
Mar 11 - Seapoint, Ireland
Apr 11 - Groningen, Netherlands
May 11 - St. Anne's, Ireland
Jun 11 - Bonarea, Catalonia
Jul 11 - Central Park, UK.
Aug 11 - Boiro, Galicia.
Sept 11 - Ring Commons, Ireland.
Oct 11 - Bryne & Kro, Norway.
Nov 11 - Vall d'Ordino, Andorra.
Dec 11 - Claycastle, Ireland.
Jan 12 - West Golf, Germany.
Feb 12 - Wolvega, Netherlands.
Mar 12 - Hcap 1, Catalonia.
Apr 12 - Valley View, Australia.
May 12 - SRV, Koh Chang, Thailand.

Course of the Month - Canberra International, Canberra, Australia.

Situated at Narrabundah about five kilometres south of the centre of Canberra, the capital city of Australia, Canberra International Golf Centre Pitch and Putt Course is part of a golfing complex comprising a driving range, a ‘mini’ golf course and a large retail golf shop. The Pitch and Putt Course has also an extensive lighting system allowing for night time golf and was the venue for the second part of the first Triple Crown.

The course was established in 2002 but did not become home to the Pitch and Putt Club until 2003 when many of the players from the old Queanbeyan Pitch and Putt Club became members there. There are at present about one hundred members of the club with fifty being active in competitions which are held all year round – even though Canberra is in a cool region of Australia and suffers some heavy frosts in the winter, the weather remains mild enough to play. C.I.G.C. Pitch and Putt Course is about nine hundred metres in length with wide undulating fairways. The shortest hole is 35 metres in length with the longest being 68 metres. The three shortest holes – two of which have wooden bridges on the approach - cause the most difficulties with small greens which are not receptive to stopping the ball and are hard to read for the line of putt.

There are eleven sand bunkers on the course which can trap the unwary wayward players. Most of these are not deep bunkers but many have steep banks between the sand and the green which test a players prowess.

Men and women are equal members of the Club and three competitions throughout the week are mixed events though Tuesdays see a Men’s Competition whilst the Ladies play on Wednesdays. There are also two ‘Teams’ Events – one which has businesses sponsoring a team and providing the members with playing apparel and the other which is named for colours and have equal representation of men and women.

There are two records for the course. James Rogerson holds the Men’s Record at forty whilst Marie Hutchison is the Women’s Record holder with a forty six. Charlie and Marie Hutchison, the current Men’s and Ladies’ Captains also set the world mixed pairs record of forty three.

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