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Notices of any resolutions to be considered by the meeting and Nominations for Committee Persons, correctly completed on the prescribed form, must be in the hands of the secretary by—

4.00pm on Friday

16TH September 2016

A Short resume should accompany all nominations.

The order of the meeting shall be as set out in the Constitution.



Nominations are invited to fill FIVE vacancies by the expiration of the term of office of the following persons.

Prentice, R. Carmody, Kevin Gibb, K. McCormick & Vicki Frost who is resigning.

Each section should nominate an actively involved member from their section for election to the Management Committee.

Nomination forms are available from the bar.

Club Spring Cleaning 

Friday September 2nd @ 9.00am

Rob Pollard and Rob Prentice have done a walk around our Clubhouse building and have found it to be in good condition but a few minor requirements need attention.

So a complete Busy Bee Spring-Cleanup is being organised throughout the Clubhouse.

There are a few minor paint jobs, maintenance etc that are on the “To Do List”. There is no need for any weeding to be done as that has been undertaken with spraying.

So come on down everyone, be there before 9am, be prepared to help out for an hour or so and stay to enjoy coffee with everyone afterwards.



Saturday 15th October 2016

TABLES OF 6.       TICKETS $10



Tapas available prior


or RING 97568019  for table bookings

This event run by ladies golf section of D.D.C.C


Sunday Entertainment

Musician John Buckley will be playing at the Club on Sunday September 18th from 5pm to 7pm.  There is no cost to attend.  Tapas will be available from 4.30pm.  Come along and enjoy an afternoon of great music and food

Club Shirts

If you are interested in purchasing a Club polo shirt for summer, please come see Bruce in the Managers office.  Shirts are $35 each

Membership Cards

If you have paid your Membership for the 2016/17 financial year commencing 1st of July and do not have your

Membership Card please go to the Bar at the Club and ask Bruce or one of the bar staff to give you your Membership Card.

We are trying to save some postage and there are lots of cards still behind the bar. So please make an effort to pick yours up asap.

I still have one Membership that has been paid and I do not know whose it is????? It must belong to someone and they will not have

a Membership Card????? Let me know if it is you!!!!

Vicki Frost

Hi everyone

Finally the DVD of the Good Old Days evening is ready!

You can purchase a copy for $20 from the Bendigo Bank in Dunsborough or the Dunsborough and Districts Country Club.

Don’t forget to view the preview on U Tube

Thanks to all those who have already acquired the USB of photos. There are still copies available if you wish to pick one up as well.

Any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kind Regards

Trish Flower

Executive Officer

Dunsborough Yallingup Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Busselton Marathon Volunteers Needed  

The event is being held on September 10th.  If you are able to assist as a course marshall or parking assistant please contact Shelley Hatton on 0408946295.  For each volunteer provided by our Club a donation is made to the DDCC.

100 CLUB DRAW No. 8

Winners- 1st Prize $300-Wednesday Girls No.94

             – 2nd Prize $200- K & J Nichols

FINAL DRAW this Thursday 1st September at 5.30pm after golf.


Bowls News


Tuesday Bowls : Butch and Sharon

We had 23 players, perfect weather conditions. Some great bowls played by all with Geoff Oddy, Jem Coupar, Andre Gil and ken Holyoake making the finals There were some very good bowls played but nobody could get the edge. Jem Coupar led the way having the mat twice but unable to score. Prize money was shared by all.
Thank you all for showing up and making it a great day.

Thursday : 35 people came to play with the winners being I Creagh and K Allsop on plus 34. Runners-up were W Dawson and R Prentice on plus 28. The consolation went to J Cunneen, B Sharpe and G Benn on plus 7 whilst the MB trophy went to W Hoover and B Buttsworth on minus 41. There were four teams with more than minus 20 but the MB was undisputed.

Saturday :
Twelve crazy bowlers were joined by Chris and Keith from Fremantle Bowling Club to continue “Dash for Cash” in high cross winds and frequent showers last Saturday. In the event, the two sets of twelve ends were completed with Maureen Hines and Norm Gage pipping Jill Winter and Ken Holyoake by three shots on aggregate. Andre Gil retains his lead after 15 rounds.

The new club shirts for the men are going to be handed out after the game on Thursday September 15th. Pay for your shirt and then pay for the bbq/bun organised by K Gibb.
Don’t forget to check the notice board regarding pennants, these notices will be upgraded regularly by I Creagh as he sees fit.

A reminder is given to all men that the start of the Men’s Social Bowls season commences on Thursday October 6th.

NB. A club one hour busy bee is being organised this coming Friday at 9am. For more details on this see the main article in this newsletter.

Please note:

Ladies bowls will commence on 28th September

Croquet News


State Division 4 Singles – Halls Head 27/28th October 2016

Well done to our A/C Croquet Captain David Bell, who came 4th

in the State Division 4 Singles Tournament held in Halls Head

over the weekend. It’s good to see our people out there.

We are now stepping up preparation for the first Croquetwest

Tournament to be held at Dunsborough, the Division 4 Doubles,

to be held at the beginning of October.

Golf Newsgolf


Hello all men & lady golfers!

On Thursday 1st of September the Annual Cancer Fundraising Day is being held in Memory of Reg MacBeth and Leo McCormick.

Thank you to Jean MacBeth and Leonie Walker for their wonderful sponsorship of this day.

We all know someone who has endured this horrible condition and ongoing funds are always needed for research.

So find a partner or just put your name in and we will get you a partner for the day. It is a Mixed Canadian Foursomes.

Come along and play golf ($10 going to Cancer) and stay for a meal afterwards ($20). The last draw of the 100 Club

will be conducted at 5.30 and tea will be at 6pm and the prizes are 1st $700, 2nd $200 & 3rd $100. You may be a winner!!!!!

Please try and support the day as it is for an excellent cause.

Many Thanks

Vicki Frost

Men’s Golf


Wednesday 24 August , 2016

Dunsborough and Districts Country Club hosted the Country Vets Association of W.A. golf fixture for the 24 August, 2016, with 114 players from Pinjarra in the north, Kojonup in the east , Pemberton and Augusta in the south and to western coastline towns and others in between representing some twenty Clubs.

For some players, this is a twelve hour day leaving home at 6.30 am and arriving home at 6.30 pm, however the chance to play on twenty different courses over a year, meet up with mates, socialize with friends from all walks of life, being 55 years or over, or maybe in the elite O.B.E . (80 years +) and still play eighteen holes of golf is a great example, incentive and privilege that members are able to enjoy at least once a fortnight.

For the hosting Clubs, the event requires voluntary effort from all members and helpers with the ladies doing a wonderful job of catering, helping with the organisation , whilst the men do the course preparation and organisation as necessary to accommodate around one hundred players for each competition day.

This year is the 40 th anniversary of the establishment of the Dunsborough Country Club’s golf course and visiting players were able to use the newly renovated greens for the first time whilst the perfect weather made the course look a picture for the occasion.

We are privileged and proud to be part of the CVA and thank all involved for the player support , sporting and social attitude , voluntary contribution , goodwill and cameradie that exists within the organisation.

Mark Embry -Ron Carmody – Delegates ( On behalf of DDCC. )

Results on the Day

Winner John Powell (Harvey) 39 points
Second Rick Dunstan (Bridgetown) 38
Third Doug Gilchrist Dunsb CC ) 38
OBE Phil Warburton (Collie) 34
Pat Rooney (Pemberton) 34



Lining up the putt on No 9 Green


Just finished nine holes – Now for a Cuppa!


Soup Kitchen on Course


That soup sure tastes great! What’s the recipe?


How’s the course playing boys?


Teeing of No 10……….It’s near the pin!!!!!


Group coming down No 17 on a glorious day!

Just a short chip needed !!

 Coming Events    

Wednesday    31 August     Scroungers

 Thursday           1 September   “ Cancer Day “   Mixed Canadian Foursomes

                             In Memory of Reg MacBeth & Leo McCormick

                            Jean MacBeth and Leonie Walker – Trophies

 Names in by 12.00 for  12.30 Hit Off     – Still Room for  player  pairs.

 See Notice Board for more information and player lists

 100 Club Final Draw    this day.

 Saturday 3 September       Club Day      Stbd    

Monday    5 September        Vets at Augusta

“Hole In One”  – Congratulations to Stephen Robertson  on his second Hole in One on the DDCC course which he performed on No 10 Fairway  last Saturday .


“Not bad for 140 metre drive or putt – whatever, Stephen !”


Ladies Golf

NINE HOLES 23rd Aug.

10 ladies played a stableford.
Winner with a great score of 24 points was Aviva Gordon, minus 3 for having won previously.
Runner-up was Jean MacBeth with 17 points.


Championships are under way.
The A grade match between Vicki Frost and Nancy Williams will be played at a later date.
B. grade was won by dot Carmody, defeating Lorraine Lewis on the last hole.
6 players played a stableford while the championships were being played.
Winner was Jill Winter with 35 points, on a countback from Pat Manton.
Longest putt was won by Jill Winter, and Pat Manton won the Nearest the Pin.

Live life to express, not to impress.

Tennis News 

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Despite the wintry days, Tennis Section members have continued to enjoy the four courts currently available to us with the “carrot” of another two courts in the planning.  Our players and members well exceed the numbers we can accommodate on Saturday afternoons however all enjoy the social aspect of the organised tennis play.  The Ladies’ morning on Thursday is now well patronised and welcomes players from 9.00 am.  We have also welcomed new members from Perth as well as visitors from Perth.  Roll on sunshine and Spring!

Friday Night Dinner 


Friday night meals are available between 5.30pm & 8.00pm.

Tapas is available Saturday and Sunday from 4.30pm.

Facebook:  Food at da Club

Friday Night Menu

2nd September 2016

Chef Hamish Mcleay

Bronze whaler, hand cut fries, tartare sauce & coleslaw.  $24
Asian salad of crispy pork, master stock & vegetables.  $24
Homemade pasta tossed with chicken, basil, chilli, spinach & parmesan.  $22
Polenta, crispy fried with tomato ragout, feta & olives, basil oil to finish.  $22
Pavlova & fresh fruit, ice cream.  $7


To book your table Click Here

Friday Night Jackpot


The Jackpot Draw on Friday night was not won. Bad luck Sandy Greenwood. This Friday nights jackpot will be for $600. Members must be financial and present to claim.  The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30pm and 6.30pm in the Clubroom bar.

Keep Smiling!