Drummond Achiever January 2012Drummond Golf (Maroochydore) is proud and delighted to sponsor The Invincibles Achiever of the Month Award. Recipients of this Award will receive a $50 Drummond Gift Voucher to be used in their store along with a sleeve of Callaway golf balls courtesy of Callaway Australia. The Invincibles Tour wish to thank Roy & Kim McClean, Terry Young and their team at Drummond Golf Maroochydore and Callaway Australia for their very generous support of Junior Golf on the Sunshine Coast, where this month’s winner of the Drummond Golf Achiever Award is...............
 
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Bailey Arnott (Caloundra) for his honesty, integrity and sportsmanship.

 

There is no higher acknowledgement or accolade that can be forwarded to any sports person, than to be known for their honesty and integrity.

 

Our great game is a sport that sometimes brings the worst out in people, but more often than not, the best.

 

It is based on honesty, discipline, respect and sportsmanship, and that was no more evident than on Sunday the 12th of May (Redcliffe Junior Classic) where Bailey called a two-stroke penalty on himself (unbeknown to any of his playing partners) after marking his ball off to the side on the green and forgot to replace it to its original spot, and played on.

 

The Invincibles committee congratulates Bailey on behalf of everyone on Tour for his outstanding sportsmanship, sportsmanship that most certainly makes him a very worthy winner of our DRUMMOND GOLF ACHIEVER of the MONTH AWARD for May 2019!!!

 

Other Invincibles members that could consider themselves extremely unlucky not to win the Drummond Award for May were, Tyler Duncan (Redcliffe) who defended his title by winning the Redcliffe Junior Classic with a new Invincibles Course record of 69 (-3).

 

Fifteen year old Justice Bosio, playing off a handicap of +1 in the Caboolture Golf Club Championships, has excelled. Not only did she win the A Grade Gross, the K Tag Cup for lowest Nett score overall and the Girls Junior Championship, she is also Club Champion - the first time a female has had this honour at the Club that anyone can remember.

 

Caitlin Vanderkruk (Keperra) for winning the girls division at the same event.

 

Ben Duncombe (Coral Cove) for winning the Tin Can Bay Junior Classic with a three under par 69, that would have also set a new Invincibles Course record if it wasn’t for preferred lies.

 

And Zoe Maxwell (Virginia) who won the girls division at the Tin Can Bay Classic, and also, Rebecca O’Neil (Gympie) for her brilliant performance against Cassie Porter (Peregian Golf club) in the first round of The Invincibles Matchplay Championships.

 

The Tour is aware that some of their members could be overlooked for the Drummond Award, so if you believe you know someone that is deserving of this award, please feel free to nominate them via gmmiller@bigpond.com and they will certainly be considered!

 

For our juniors that are just starting out, it is important to note that there is a history where our juniors strive for excellence and develop the appropriate people skills to take them to the highest level, if they have the passion, dedication and focus that’s required!

 

As we’ve witnessed from our past members (now seniors) who are doing an incredible job representing The Invincibles Tour, The Sunshine Coast and Australia at the highest level, which we are incredibly proud of, members that include Rhianna Maree - Lewis, Lochie Coleborn, along with Cameron Smith, Shae Wools – Cobb, Charlie Dann, Cassie Porter, Karis Davidson, Jed Morgan, Doug Klein, Chris Crabtree and many others who are all doing a great job representing us on the world stage.

 

The above Invincibles members epitomise the sportsmanship, camaraderie and etiquette that’s associated with The Invincibles Tour and golf in general.

 

Our 5, 6 or 9-Hole “Drummond Golf Achiever Award” for May, is Layla Barnett (Peregian Golf club) for her brilliant Achievement in winning her division of the Zone and District Short Course Championships (Hosted by Melany Golf Club) and for also winning the 9 hole Division of the Tin Can Bay Junior Classic that included a world class up and down from the green side bunker on seven for par.

 

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Layla was also selected for her sportsmanship and demeanour, both on and off the course, which is a credit to her and her very proud family.


Layla will receive a $25.00 Drummond Golf Voucher along with two golf balls courtesy of Callaway Australia for her fantastic achievement, an achievement that certainly makes her a very worthy winner of our Drummond Achiever of The Month award for May.

  

As mentioned above; to suggest that The Sunshine Coast and South East Queensland is a breeding ground for our future junior champions, would be stating the obvious, but we think it’s fair to say that the best is yet to come, and we would like to invite you to be part of it?

 

“It is important to note; that to win or qualify for the Drummond Achiever Award or any other Invincibles awards (except The Invincibles Sunshine Coast Junior Masters Championship) one has to be a member of The Invincibles Tour”

 

The Invincibles season starts on the 1st of January, through to the 31st of December.

 

To become a member, please click on the link below:


http://www.theinvinciblestour.org/images/stories/membership_forms/membership_form_2019.pdf 

 

The Invincibles Tour, on behalf of their juniors and families would like to take this opportunity to thank Roy and Kim McClean and Terry Young “Drummond Golf Maroochydore” and “Callaway Australia” for their continuing and very generous support of junior golf.

 

There’s no doubt that programs like The Invincibles Sunshine Coast Junior Golfing Tour could ever exist or be the outstanding success it is, without the very generous support from organizations like Drummond Golf Maroochydore and Callaway Australia! 

 

Our 5, 6 or 9-Hole “Drummond Golf Achiever Award” for May, is Layla Barnett (Peregian Golf club) for her brilliant Achievement in winning her division of the Zone and District Short Course Championships (Hosted by Melany Golf Club) and for also winning the 9 hole Division of the Tin Can Bay Junior Classic that included a world class up and down from the green side bunker for par.
Layla was also selected for her sportsmanship and demeanour, both on and off the course, which is a credit to her and her very proud family.
Layla will receive a $25.00 Drummond Golf Voucher along with two golf balls courtesy of Callaway Australia for her fantastic achievement, an achievement that certainly makes her a very worthy winner of our Drummond Achiever of The Month award for May.