The Invincibles are committed to providing young people with an opportunity to build on both their golf skills and life skills. We also aim to nurture and promote the growth and development of junior golf on Queensland's Sunshine Coast through our Junior Development Program to anyone wishing to be involved.
The Invincibles Tour would like to wish their following members a "Very Happy Birthday" for April 4: Kooper Tonga, 5: Lydia Shackell, 7: Alex Wheatley, 10: Mikayla Dyal, and Ruby Kavanagh, who celebrates her birthday on April 18 – 2020.
Despite the obvious restrictions the Coronavirus has impacted on us as a community, the Tour hopes you all have a great day celebrating the big occasion at home with family or with your friends via social media!
The Invincibles Tour would also like to take this opportunity to extend their best wishes to everyone and hope you are all staying healthy and safe, so when we do get back on Tour, we will hit the ground running.
To say the world is going through tough and testing times due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) would be stating the obvious, but if we treat each other with respect and dignity and do all the little things that we can do to lessen the impact, then we will get though these uncertain times together. Given the uncertainty of the situation, it is……………
In what have been uncertain, and enormously difficult times, it was great to see the plan set in place by Eric King and Graeme Finn (Sunshine Coast Golf Zone) and diligently supported by the parents, team managers, our juniors and our host club (Peregian Golf Course) who did everything in their power to respect each-others space and guidelines “via the Federal Government” that enabled us to get a result in the Semi Finals of the Sunshine Coast Zone Junior Pennant matches, matches that saw……..
To have the Queensland Open back on the Sunshine Coast was a great thrill. To have it in our own back yard for the first time since Ian Baker-Finch (Patron to The Invincibles Tour) won it back in 1990 at the Hyatt Regency Coolum, with scores of 66,67,67,71= 271, was a thrill in itself, but to witness more than twenty-six of our past and present Invincibles members participating in the Championship, was a…….
On what was a hot and humid day on the fairways, but beautiful under the shade of the trees with a refreshing breeze blowing across the course that made things bearable for the large group of some 120 players (including 9 hole) of South East Queensland’s very talented juniors who came to enjoy the challenge. As is always the case, the team at Bribie had their course set up magnificently to host their Junior Open and we feel our juniors made the most of the opportunity, particularly home-town boy………
After receiving much needed rain up the East Coast Of Australia and throughout Queensland, it was a magnificent sight to see the Majestic Royal Queensland Golf Club and their facilities in superb condition “as you would expect given they had just hosted the Australian Amateur Championships” to host their Junior Open that saw Kai Komulainen (Emerald Lakes) and Poppy Harrington (Redland Bay) who produced brilliant rounds of……
Thanks to Brett Martell and his roving team of reporters who are doing a magnificent job keeping us up to date with our Invincibles members who are doing an incredible job contesting events throughout Australia over the Xmas school holidays. During the second week of January we saw several Invincible members travel to Adelaide to play in the South Australian Junior Amateurs on the 6th and 7th and the South Australian Junior Master’s on the 9th and 10th. In total 21 boys and 12 girls made…………