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.
Despite the horrendous weather conditions that Mother Nature threw our way whilst preparing for round 5 of our Zone Junior Pennants Season, weather that included, some 175mm of rain that fell in two and a half hours over the Sunshine Coast (particularly Caloundra) and one has to congratulate the great team at Caloundra Golf Club for putting in a major effort to make sure……….
When our juniors and families arrived on the first tee box at Maroochy River Golf Club to contest round four of the Sunshine Coast Zone Pennants, they could be excused for thinking they were in for a long, wet and windy day on course. When you looked south to Buderim and North to Mt Coolum and Noosa, where heavy rain had converged on both ends of the coast, but as luck would have it, Maroochy River was….………..
IT WAS the most exciting experience of their young lives, and Invincibles Tour members Bailey Arnott and Justice Bosio (pictured: Justice Bosio, Elvis Smylie, Aaron Baddeley, Bailey Arnott and Cassie Porter) certainly made the most of their trip to the United States to compete in the final Aaron Baddeley International Junior Golf Championship. The trip was made………….
The Invincibles Tour would like to wish their following members, a Very Happy Birthday for March 2019. 1: Sunday Moore and Caitlin Vanderkruk, 2: Toby Martin, 8: Taj Egea, 11: Brock Armitage, 12: Jade Longstaff and Rhys Vanderkruk, 15: Zac Harris, 16: Sebastian Carter, 23: Kaleb Doolan, 28: Alec O’Brien and Archie Cunningham, who celebrates his birthday on March 31!
The Tour hopes you all have a great day out celebrating the big occasion with family and friends.
Well what a difference a few days make? From Thursday, where Cyclone Oma was playing havoc with sporting events up the East Coast of Queensland, to the point where weekend sports were being abandoned, thirteen metre waves rolling onto our Sunshine Coast beaches and rain-soaked clouds that were predicted to drop in excess of 500mm’s of rain over the weekend, and one could only ponder over how lucky………..
Pelican Waters Golf Club noticed that there has always been a gap in the pathway to becoming an 18-hole Junior Golfer. Atomu Watanabe had come up with a format of a 2-person Ambrose Matchplay format which was trialled over 4 rounds and found that the format worked extremely well. None of the…….
On what was another absolutely perfect day for our juniors to contest round two of the Sunshine Coast Zone Junior Pennants Season, and as an extra bonus, they got to do it on what is renowned as one of Queensland's “if not Australia’s” premier golf courses, Noosa Springs Golf and Spa Resort, who had their course and facilities set up magnificently for our juniors, their caddies, and the gallery that followed to enjoy what was a magical day out, particularly for........