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Dear SEQDGA Clubs, Pennant Managers and Captains

Further to the previous email circulated on 25 March as outlined below, the SEQDGA Board has reached a decision this week to cancel the 2020 SEQDGA Pennant Season due to the impacts caused by the COVID-2019 (coronavirus) pandemic.

I appreciate this decision may be received with disappointment from clubs and players, however the health, safety and well-being of our members and their families continues to be the priority for the SEQDGA Board and must continue to be our focus at this time.  The SEQDGA Board have decided that all entry fees paid for the 2020 season will be carried forward to the 2021 season for the teams that are nominated for the pennant competition.  The SEQDGA Board will provide a refund of fees for clubs who nominate a reduced number of teams for the 2021 pennant season, at the commencement of the 2021 season.

I would ask that any further enquiries regarding this decision be directed back via this email account rather than emails, phone calls or text messages to other Board Members, so these can be considered and responded to in a coordinated manner.


Adrian Paterson
SEQDGA Secretary

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3 days ago


Round three of the SEQDGA Junior Pennants was contested today at the Carbrook Golf Club. The course was in beautiful condition and it was a great day to play golf. Many thanks to Tony and Angus for their hospitality. First match today saw home team Carbrook take on Redland Bay. Despite some good golf from Carbrook Redland Bay kept up its great form to record a 3-0 win. It was a tighter tussle in the Hills v Meadowbrook game with the match being squared. In the last match Windaroo scored another strong 3-0 win over the boys from Mt Warren. Next week we move to Windaroo for Round 4. With two more rounds before the final Redland Bay leads the table from Meadowbrook with Windaroo just a further half point behind. More results to appear after next weekend's round. ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago


Round 2 of the SEQDGA Junior Pennants was played today at The Hills. Many thanks to Rob and his team for hosting. It was a pretty tough afternoon on course with rain, bright sunshine and howling winds at various times. Despite some challenging conditions we again saw some fantastic golf played. By the end of the day Redland Bay won 3-0 over The Hills, Meadowbrook triumphed 3-0 over Mt Warren and Windaroo got up 3-0 against Carbrook. At present Meadowbrook and Redland Bay are on top of the leaderboard but there is plenty of golf left in the season. Next week we travel to Carbrook - stay tuned for further results !! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago


Junior pennants gets under way at Hills today. Very fortunate with the weather as it wasn't looking too good earlier on today. Matches are Hills V Redland Bay, Meadowbrook v Mt Warren and Windaroo V Carbrook. Some impressive "Actions" off the first tee. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago


Many thanks to Redland Bay Golf Club and Gavin Beck for hosting the first round of the SEQDGA Junior Pennants season today. Conditions were near perfect for twelve of the district's best junior players. In the first match home team Redland Bay took on Windaroo - Redland Bay won the day 2-1. In the other group Meadowbrook played Carbrook. Meadowbrook got up in this match - also a 2-1 result. We saw some fantastic skills on display with five of the twelve juniors who competed having handicaps of 10 or better. The day was also played in great spirit between the juniors which was wonderful to see. One of the highlights of the day was a hole in one on the 16th for Windaroo junior Yutaro - the fourth of his golfing career. Not bad for a 12 year old !! Next week we travel to The Hills for Round 2 - stay tuned for further results. ... See MoreSee Less

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