Major 2021 Golf Events

Volkswagon Scramble

Sunday 7th February

Open to men and women, this event is in an Ambrose format with special Volkswagen Scramble rules applying. Winners progress to the regional finals in March.

Ladies’ Wyong Classic & Shield (POSTPONED)

Friday 19th March

This is a Jean Derrin Event. Defending Champion is Kim Burke from Shelly Beach, who shot 76.

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Men’s Captain v President

Saturday 17th April

A Club event with a long tradition. Players are divided into two teams, a coloured ribbon indicating whether they are playing for the President or the Captain team. The Captain’s team are the defending winners from 2020.

Men’s Foursomes

Saturday 8th May

Our annual alternate shot, team Championship where the motto is: “never apologise!” Defending champions are Ben Ward and Craig Wickham.

Ladies’ Charity Day

Thursday 27th May

Each year Wyong’s ladies do a fantastic job to organise a special event to raise much-needed funds for one or more local charities.

Ladies’ Singles Championship

Thursdays 4th, 11th, 25th November,  2nd and 9th December

The Ladies’ Single Championship is played over three Stroke rounds. The defending champion is Louise Mullard.

Mixed Foursomes

Sunday 5th September

A 27 hole event, the Mixed Foursomes Championship offers the ultimate opportunity for a team player to demonstrate courtesy and sportsmanship to his or her teammate. Defending champions are Theresa Lonergan and Brent White.

Men’s Open Amateur

Saturday 21st November

A premier event on our calendar, the Wyong Open Amateur is a Vardon event that is keenly contested, attracting a high-class field including many visitors with low handicaps/ Reid Brown from Pymble, who shot 71 when this event was last played in 2019, is the defending champion.

Men’s and Ladies’ Senior Open

Tuesday 14th September

Part of the Central Coast Senior’s Week of Golf, this is a Golf NSW Senior Order of Merit event which is attracting an increasing following. The shotgun morning round is followed by a lunch in the auditorium. When this event was last played in 2019, David McMillan from Twin Creeks, who shot 75, won the SOOM event whilst Kim Burke, from Shelly Beach, was the women’s champion.

Men’s Knockouts

Finals to be played in September

Qualifying rounds for the Singles and Teams knockout competitions are held late in the previous year with the leading 32 competitors progressing to the Singles Knockout and 16 pairs progressing to the Teams Knockout. Dylan Grogan is the defending Singles Knockout champion whilst Warwick Jones and Greg Todd are the defending Teams Knockout champions.

Wyong Pro-Am

Date TBC

A flagship event on the Club’s calendar, which attracts professionals from far and wide including winners on tours around the globe. Always keenly supported by sponsors, members and aspiring golf professionals. The defending champion from when this event was last held in 2019 is Brody Martin, who shot six-under 65.

Men’s Club Championships

Saturday 27th November, 4th and 11th December

The premier men’s event on the calendar, the Club Championships test players’ abilities in a stroke format over four rounds. In addition to the coveted cup presented to the Club Champion, other award-winners include B and C Grade Champions, Senior Champion and Junior Champion. Ethan Forsyth is the defending Club Champion.

Jarrod Lyle Charity Golf Day

Friday 11th March

This charity event aims to raise money for the “Challenge- Supporting kids with cancer”. 18 holes of golf, breakfast and lunch plus an auction with some amazing items.

Team registration and sponsorship opportunities are now open. Click below and return to Clubhouse Reception or for more information contact Tony Calleja.

Team Entry Form

Sponsorship Packages

Men’s Gold Medal Day

Saturday 4th December

Winners of the monthly medals throughout the year compete for the Gold Medal in their respective grades.

Christmas Cheer Days

Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th December

Our traditional Christmas Cheer Days provide the opportunity for players to win prizes to add to their festivities. A best-dressed prize ensures that you don’t even have to play well to win a Christmas cake.