Social golf club celebrates 50 years
The Circle Social Golf Club competed at Everglades on Sunday, February 12.
The Peninsula club has existed for 50 years, and players tee up every second Sunday morning at Everglades Country Club.
It currently has 36 members and is sponsored by the Woy Woy Leagues Club.
The club has a rich golfing history, starting out of the Ettalong Hotel in 1967 and moving to Woy Woy Rugby League Football Club in the late 1980s.
The club provides a friendly environment for golfers of all levels with the emphasis enjoying the game of golf for what it is.
While most games are played at Everglades Country Club, there are day trips to different golf courses in Newcastle and Sydney to experience the challenges of these courses.
On February 12, the hottest day of the year to date, 25 golfers hit off, playing in the local Everglades and social club competitions.
The week's winner, with an impressive 40 points, was Daryl (Shrek) Creighton, followed closely by Lance Robinson on 38 points then Brian Paterson on 36 points.
The annual Match Play event is also in play with Round 1 results seeing Ian Lyndsay defeating Kevin James 2 and 1 and Brian Paterson defeating Sean Mason 5 and 4.
The players will travel from the Peninsula on Sunday, February 26, on a day trip to Turramurra golf course with the next game at Everglades on Sunday, March 5.
Media release, 14 Feb 2017
Mark Smith, WWRLFC Circle Social Golf Club