CIub Notices

Committee news

At the meeting on 13th August the main discussion was around our development plans.  These may be divided into three or four parts due to the scope and cost of the work (much more than we have available). Investigations are underway on how to improved the course...

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Committee News

Your committee is planning to upgrade the entrance, drive and carparking at some considerable cost.  First we have to secure some external funding.  Grant applications are being prepared. The next project is likely to be alterations to both no. 1 tees and the area in...

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Walton Ladies Win Again

Walton women have fought well and won the East Zone division of Wills Cup with a margin of 30 points from Tiaru. Ten years ago was the last time since Walton won so this is a well deserved win.Finals on August 9th will be a great battle between the four zones.Good...

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Weekend Pennant Women win Day one

Round One of Pennants started today at Pirongia with Tania Scott., Di Sweeney,Kathryn Douglas and Barbra Boaza enjoying the sunshine.Other than enjoying the sun however  they played enough good golf to put them up as the joint leaders with Waitomo on 303 points. 6...

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Saturday 18th May

Our Saturday numbers keep rolling on with 46 in the Scramble (including a couple of visitors).  Phil McKoy was our clear winner with 42 points.  Warren Brooks also gave his handicap a haircut, with Lee Mouqué and Alan Wiles enjoying successful rounds.  The Coleman...

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Latest from the Committee

At the most recent meeting your Committee was happy to note that all is well with the club and course but we have lots to do and more we could do. The next working bee will focus on some tree management, clearing the shrubbery around the men’s no. 10 tee, possibly...

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First Raungaiti Ambrose

On Sunday 7th April President John Higgens was delighted to welcome whanau from Raungaiti marae to a most friendly afternoon of golf.  Twelve 3-person teams, a few Walton players supplemented the visitors, played nine holes of fun and sometimes exceptional golf. Two...

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