Golf Trip to Pebble Beach
We have a PGA Legends event coming up shortly playing three of the best courses in America; Pebble Beach, Spanish Bay and The Links at Spanish Bay.
Accommodation is at The Inn, Spanish Bay with four rounds of golf with Steve Aisbett or Grant Kenny, including a cocktail party, closing dinner and awards night.
The team is leaving Saturday 26th May, arriving home the following Saturday 2nd June. Cost is $5,995.
If you’re interested in ticking this one off your bucket list, contact Steve Aisbett on 0407418 231.
Meriton Sydney Invitational 2018
Steve Aisbett and Grant Kenny are signed up for the Meriton Sydney Invitational 54 hole Charity Pro-Am to be held at The Lakes, Bonnie Doon, NSW on 20th – 22nd February 2018.
The 2018 event will mark the 14th running of the Sydney Invitational, supporting The Institute of Neuroscience and Muscle Research at Westmead Children’s Hospital, once again.
Steve and Grant are looking for a few team players to join them for the event. If you are keen to play, please contact Steve Aisbett on 0407 418 231.
To view the full details and 2018 Programme, visit www.sydneyinvitational.com.au .
PGA Legends Tour 2017 Summary
What a debut year for our own Grant Kenny winning 4 events, including our biggest tournaments of the year, the NSW Senior Open at Thurgoona. Playing alongside Peter Senior, Grant was one behind Peter starting the last round and shot a brilliant 2 under 70 to Peter Senior’s 74, to win by 3 shots.
With a limited playing schedule due to Grant’s commitment’s in running our highly successful Juniors program, Grant finished 9th on the Order of Merit (OOM), winning over $40k.
Next best was Steve Aisbett with two wins, however unfortunately ran out of steam at the end of the year to finish 17th on the OOM.
Then Alan May, (who at the time had a back injury) and a limited playing schedule, managed to finished 41st, with a great win at Blackheath.
We nearly had 3 wins in a row with the TGC team, with Al winning Blackheath, Steve winning the next day at Bankstown and Grant leading all day at St Georges Basin, however the last player just got him by a shot.
The best shot I hit all year was the 12th at Roseville, Par 3 196 Metres, the slight breeze hurting my shots. I hit the best 4 iron in my life straight at the pin, landing 6 feet in front of the hole and lipped out to 18 inches behind the hole. There was a hole in one prize for a Jaguar XE sport; the representative made such a loud squeal over it, that we heard her from the tee. With four women at home, I would have received father of the year award.