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  • Congratulations to Calum Juniper | Hartfield Golf Club
    Brisbane Golf Club WA s best performances last year came from the Women s team that qualified for the final and the boys team that went undefeated but finished second in the standings to Victoria The final teams will be selected from the squads listed below Women s Squad Abbie Teasdale RFGC Alysha Ahnantakrishnan MLGC Claudia Pisano MLGC Hannah Green MLGC Jessica Whitting RFGC Kathryn Norris MCC Kirsten Rudgeley WGC Maddison Hinson Tolchard GGC Men s Squad Aaron Dobson LCC Ben Ferguson VGCC Ben Seward CGC Calum Juniper HCC Cameron Jones RFGC Connor Bishop KGC Curtis Luck CGC Fred Lee RPGC Haydn Barron WAGC Kiran Day CGC Min Woo Lee RFGC Nick Curnow LKCC Simon Liddell LKCC Boys Squad Ben Ferguson VGCC Connor Fewkes Goldfields GC Cooper Geddes MCC Fred Lee RPGC Hayden Hopewell RFGC Jordan Doull MLGC Jose De Sousa GGC Josh Greer JCC Min Woo Lee RFGC Reuben Darch RFGC Silvester Tan RFGC Tip Snowden VGCC Girls Squad Abbie Teasdale RFGC Alysha Ahnantakrishnan MLGC Brooke Price VGCC Claudia Pisano MLGC Isabell Utama RFGC Jennifer Herbst LKCC Kathryn Norris MCC Kirsten Rudgeley WGC Maddison Hinson Tolchard GGC Tags Interstate Junior Series Interstate Series Back to previous page Recent News

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  • Rule Changes from 1st January 2016 | Hartfield Golf Club
    A player is not disqualified for returning a lower score for a hole than actually taken when the incorrect score is a result of failing to include penalty strokes that the player did not know were incurred before returning the score card Instead the player incurs the penalty under the Rule that was breached and must add an additional penalty of two strokes for the score card error In all other cases in which a player returns a score for any hole lower than actually taken the penalty will continue to be disqualification Several golfers in high level amateur and professional events have been recently plagued by Rule 6 6d when notified of a penalty after having signed his or her scorecard Now rather than automatic disqualification a two stroke penalty will be given if a player fails to sign for the correct score on a hole where a penalty was assessed without the player s knowledge This rule change would have come into play at the 2013 Masters when Tiger Woods took a drop on the par 5 15th hole and later signed for a score lower than his actual score not realizing a penalty had been assessed At the time the USGA disagreed with Augusta National s handling of the ruling however this rule change would have also resulted in a two stroke penalty for Woods rather than disqualification Modification of Penalty for a Single Impermissible Use of Artificial Devices or Equipment Rule 14 3 The penalty for a player s first breach during the round of Rule 14 3 Artificial Devices Unusual Equipment and Abnormal Use of Equipment has been reduced from disqualification to loss of hole in match play or two strokes in stroke play The penalty for any subsequent breach of Rule 14 3 will

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  • NEW WHITE TEE MARKERS | Hartfield Golf Club
    to previous page Recent News Pro AM Friday May 6th 26 04 2016 500 Members F B Reward Points 25 04 2016 2016 Pro AM Platinum Sponsors 20 04 2016 From The President 14 04 2016 Course Superintendents Report 12 04 2016 Chappell wins State Amateur 08 04 2016 NAMING OF HOLES 24 03 2016 Club Managers World Conference 15 03 2016 Course Superintendent of the Year 13 03 2016

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  • Guests | Hartfield Golf Club | Page 3
    doing towards protecting and enhancing the environment The Environmental Award takes on great significance with golf courses now under increasing public and legislative scrutiny environmental management and responsibility has become a primary concern for the modern day superintendent The man who this award is named after was a champion of the environment and the legacy Claude Crockford left at Royal Melbourne Golf Club continues in this award which recognises excellence in golf course environmental management This award has become one of the most sought after at the annual presentation ceremony and always attracts a highly competitive field of nominees Winning the AGCSA Claude Crockford Environmental Award provides a huge fillip for the superintendent and his or her crew and is something that the entire club can take pride in Since Nick has been at Hartfield the new wash down bay chemical storage and fuel storage has been bought up to date The sign on the entry to Hartfield is now true as the Bandicoots are back He has also been working closely with the Kalamunda Council on revegetation die back and weed control Nick took out the state award back in February and now the national award giving Hartfield National recognition well done PUBLIC BOOKINGS Published on 27th April 2015 in Guests Promo Slider Please click here and follow the link http www hartfieldgolf com au cms public bookings Birds Eye View Published on 17th March 2015 in Club News Golf News Guests Members Promo Slider Take a look at the birds eye view of Hartfield Country Club The club was presented immaculately by our dedicated team of grounds staff for the WA Amateur Championships Congratulations to our Course Superintendent Nick Kinley and his 2IC Brendan Wright and their professional team Lance Knox Aiden Sloan Scott Hawkins Mike Toki Jake

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  • Members | Hartfield Golf Club | Page 3
    RFGC Tip Snowden VGCC Girls Squad Abbie Teasdale RFGC Alysha Ahnantakrishnan MLGC Brooke Price VGCC Claudia Pisano MLGC Isabell Utama RFGC Jennifer Herbst LKCC Kathryn Norris MCC Kirsten Rudgeley WGC Maddison Hinson Tolchard GGC Tags Interstate Junior Series Interstate Series Course Superintendents Report January 2016 Published on 19th January 2016 in Club News Golf News Members January 2016 Course Report Food and Bar Levy Published on 19th January 2016 in Club News Members Promo Slider Bar Food Levy Speed of Play Published on 12th January 2016 in Club News Golf News Members During 2015 the match committee monitored the speed of play during competition rounds The average round of golf was 4hours and 21minutes across all competition days Monitoring will recomence in early March to maintain this pace of play Fire Damaged Areas Published on 30th December 2015 in Golf News Members Fire Damaged Areas Enter at your own Risk The damage to parts of the Hartfield native vegetation by fire has been significant and these areas need to be protected To ensure that many of the plant species will recover and seeds will regenerate through the 2016 winter pedestrian traffic has to be kept to a minimum All fire affected areas on the course are GUR and the ball must be dropped at the nearest point of relief no closer to the hole The area located to the right hand side of the 3 rd Fairway will be roped off as to define the GUR and play will be restricted If a player s ball comes to rest in any of the fire damaged areas players are asked to if they retrieve their ball to use the most direct route to limit damage If Players enter these areas they do so at their own risk and care is needed as damaged trees may be susceptible to dropping limbs or falling over as they have been damaged and weakened by the fire If players can support us in our endeavour to protect these damaged areas we will see the return of our biodiverse vegetation Regards John Rule Changes from 1st January 2016 Published on 22nd December 2015 in Golf News Latest News Members The below changes are the result a four year rules review conducted by the two organizations Withdrawal of Rule on Ball Moving After Address Rule 18 2b Rule 18 2b Ball at Rest Moved by Player Partner Caddie or Equipment has been withdrawn This means that if a ball at rest moves after the player addresses it the player is no longer automatically deemed to have caused the ball to move A one stroke penalty under Rule 18 2 will be applied only when the facts show that the player has caused the ball to move This follows a similar addendum to Rule 18 2b that was made in the previous four year rules cycle The current change is meant to relax the rules against the golfer in a situation in which he or she has clearly

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  • Thank you from National Seniors Australia – Kalamunda | Hartfield Golf Club
    made holding this 195 attendee event for the 2015 Zone 108 National Seniors Conference possible This is the thank you letter we received from National Seniors President Graeme Piggott Hartfield Thank You letter Back to previous page Recent News Pro AM Friday May 6th 26 04 2016 500 Members F B Reward Points 25 04 2016 2016 Pro AM Platinum Sponsors 20 04 2016 From The President 14 04 2016

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  • Uncategorized | Hartfield Golf Club
    firmness drainage and roll of the greens We didn t turf out the collar on the 9 th green to remove couch encroachment favourable conditions for bent grass growth made it hard to identify all of the couch and if we had have turfed out the couch with the young bent grass it most likely would have sat dormant and putting surface would have suffered Works planned for the months of August September Preparation for the Hartfield Open and the lead up to the event normal maintenance practices of fertiliser applications but without the pacloburtazol Growth retardant Bunker maintenance edging fly mow weeding and levelling Greens renovations will start on Sunday evening after the Hartfield Open to give us a head start to the week Course fertiliser applications for spring green up Pre emergent applications of herbicide to our tees to control the crab grass also there are a few other areas I have noted that need to be done like the approach and surround of the 9 th green And finally good luck to all competing in the Club Championships Course Superintendent Nick Kinley SENIOR PENNANTS 2014 Published on 15th March 2014 in Uncategorized Nominations for the 2014 Senior Pennant teams close in 2 weeks if you would like to be considered to represent Hartfield please fill out the forms in the club house foyer Course Director s Report Published on 19th November 2013 in Uncategorized Course Directors Report Coring and Compost Application Recently we have had the greens cored which is a process where a verti drain removes cores of a layer of organic matter that creates a soft layer and in some places on the course wet areas when there is high rainfall periods These areas when compacted can be boggy when wet and difficult to get water into when dry Removing these cores also releases nitrogen hence the greening of the fairways with the assistance of an application of fertiliser prior to coring to ensure the quickest recovery possible This year our Course Superintendent Nick Kinley undertook a cost analyses on the feasibility of using contractors to core the fairways instead of doing it in house The cost worked out the same however the time frame using contractors was reduced from two weeks down to less than two days This allowed the staff to keep the course maintenance up while also enabling them to complete other jobs such as the mounding down the left hand side of the eleventh Over the next couple of weeks golfers will notice a dark product on the thirteenth fairway and some small dark twigs It is a compost product that we are trialling to try and improve the surface on the fairway which struggles with the competition from the tree roots These trees are Eucalyptus camaldulensi a common name river gum and they have a liking for well drained or seasonally waterlogged soil These trees would have been ideal in the early days of Hartfield when the back nine was

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  • Hartfield Superintendent Takes out National Environmental Award. | Hartfield Golf Club
    courses now under increasing public and legislative scrutiny environmental management and responsibility has become a primary concern for the modern day superintendent The man who this award is named after was a champion of the environment and the legacy Claude Crockford left at Royal Melbourne Golf Club continues in this award which recognises excellence in golf course environmental management This award has become one of the most sought after at the annual presentation ceremony and always attracts a highly competitive field of nominees Winning the AGCSA Claude Crockford Environmental Award provides a huge fillip for the superintendent and his or her crew and is something that the entire club can take pride in Since Nick has been at Hartfield the new wash down bay chemical storage and fuel storage has been bought up to date The sign on the entry to Hartfield is now true as the Bandicoots are back He has also been working closely with the Kalamunda Council on revegetation die back and weed control Nick took out the state award back in February and now the national award giving Hartfield National recognition well done Back to previous page Recent News Pro AM Friday May 6th 26 04

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