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Mountain Challenge

Maleny Golf Club is inviting all golfers (with a golf link handicap) to take their game to new heights – and play the Maleny Mountain Challenge Saturday 25th June 2022!
The Maleny Mountain Challenge is a series of monthly single stroke golf events (open to members and visitors) to be held in conjunction with our regular Members’ Monthly Medal – on the last Saturday of each month during 2022.
Mountain Challenge Competition Fees:
Members: $23.00 (Regular $13 comp fee + $10 Mountain Challenge Fee)
Visitors: $49.50 (includes special Green & Competition Fee of $39.50 + $10 Mountain Challenge Fee)
Bookings via the Golf Shop 5499 9960
Click below for more event & prize information. You could win a Maleny Golf Club Gold Membership !!

Charity Golf Day to benefit the Maleny Hospital Auxiliary

Maleny Golf Club will be hosting its inaugural Charity Golf Day on Friday 17th June 2022 to benefit the Maleny Hospital Auxiliary.

This fun community event will include:
• 18 Hole 4 Ball Ambrose Golf + 1 x cart per group of 4
• Boxed Lunch
• Prizes & Raffle (14:30 – 16:00)

Snacks and beverages also available for purchase.

All funds raised from this event go to purchasing much needed equipment for the Maleny Hospital.

Please support your community hospital and for more information & book – click here

Maleny acquires quiet electric “green” mower

Maleny Golf Club has just acquired an electric greens mower which will abate morning machinery noise for the benefit of the neighbourhood and reduce the club’s carbon footprint.

Course Superintendent Mick McCombe said the new environmentally-friendly Toro mower did not carry hydraulic fluids and used all-electric components for traction, steering, deck lifting and cutting.

“This eliminates the risk of hydraulic fluid being spilt on our environmentally sensitive golf course and will help reduce our carbon footprint as well,” Mick explained.

“It is noticeably much quieter to operate, so we can mow the greens in the morning without the neighbours hearing us, and the small on-board petrol generator, which charges the batteries, is less costly to operate.”

Advanced cutting technology also regulates the speed of the cutting units in relation to ground speed, giving an even clip rate across all putting surfaces.

“This will substantially improve both the aesthetics and playability of our greens, making the mower a very welcome addition to our maintenance fleet as it will enhance our ability to produce quality putting surfaces year round,” Mick said.

The maintenance fleet now includes an array of sophisticated, special-purpose machinery. However, when Mick joined the club in early 2014 as construction of the first nine holes got underway, he had just two old lawn spreaders to work with!

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