What we're about

Welcome and thank you for visiting our group.

This group is as the name says, a group for "Ladies in Brisbane who would like to play social golf" but don't want to play alone or commit to playing club / competitive golf.

There is a $5 per year contribution followed by a $1 donation per person per game contribution - this is to cover the Meetup website administration fee.

This group is best suited for ladies who have had some professional lessons, and / or experience playing on a course and therefore can at least 'hit the ball'.

Some of our ladies are just starting out (after having had some lessons) while others are returning to golf after 10 and sometimes 20 years away from it. Some ladies never score, while others are working towards a handicap.

We are a group of like minded ladies ranging in age, personalities and life / golfing experiences.

Our group is about getting out in the fresh air, sunshine, having fun while 'playing our own game' and enjoying the company of others. If you would like advice from other players please feel free to ask - however we do discourage giving other people advice if they haven't asked for it (as this can take away from their 'social' experience).

At all times we respect the etiquette of golf and other players, however if you feel you would like to move the ball to where you would like to hit it from (rather than where it landed) by all means do so. Each Meetup page contains the golf etiquette and expectations of players which is to be adhered to at all times.

The games are scheduled on Sundays, 9 holes walking and we play at a variety of courses around Brisbane. We often stay for a drink and chat after ward; sometimes we plan a lunch day or a day at a driving range or golf clinic just for our members.

There is no expectation to play every game - although you are more than welcome to.

The main expectation is that you keep your RSVP up to date at all times and that you respect other players (in our group and on the course) and the etiquette of the game.

So come along and have some fun with a fabulous group of ladies just like you.

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Upcoming events (5+)

North lakes 9 holes & cart $55per person + $1 donation (12 players)

Meet at the Pro Shop - at the specified time or earlier. If you are running late please post a comment so the group knows. RSVP - AS ALWAYS ... if your circumstances change PLEASE change your RSVP on this site as soon as possible so that everyone can see who and how many players we have. Hi Ladies Welcome to the Brisbane Ladies Golf group and our scheduled game. Whilst we must adhere to rules and etiquette, the main goal of our group is to have a wonderful day with lovely people, fresh air, sunshine and hopefully a few good shots. Whilst some of us do score, many do not. We are not a competitive group and as such we do not follow competition rules eg if you want to move the ball out of gravel, a tree, sand etc then you do so. This is about us getting out and playing golf with like minded people and hopefully, in time, improving our game - but all in all ... your game is your game. If you would like some advice please feel free ask other players. However please do not 'coach' other players without being asked first (as this may distract from their 'social' game experience). :) Kimberley Golf etiquette: All players (including social players) mush adhere to the general rules regarding golf etiquette. Here are some key points all players sure be mindful of: # always check and update your rsvp ... and be on time. # quick play .... if you can't keep up with the group in front, and there is group behind you (that have to keep waiting for you) -let them through. # do not hold up play for score keeping, phone calls / texts, or practice swings - it is recommended that you record your score at the next hole while you are waiting to tee off (never while you are on the green), and that each player only takes 1 .. but i think we can take 2 .. practice swings for each shot. Feel free to take additional shots while waiting for another player to take their shot .. just make sure you are out of their line of sight (and ball :)) # order of play .... at tee off .. whoever is ready first .. tees off. # lost balls ... take your shot and then help other players look for their ball If a group is behind you .. it is recommended you do not spend any more than 5 mins. # putting ... sometimes its time efficient to let a player putt their ball out rather than adhere to the 'furthermost from the hole' principle. # course care ... please repair divets and rake bunkers where appropriate ... 1. Typical Distances Typically clubs are selected for the different distances they hit the ball. For the average female these are the following distances as a guideline: 1 wood 160 metres 3 wood 140 metres 5 wood 120 metres 7 wood 100 metres 3 iron 120 metres 4 iron 110 metres 5 iron 100 metres 6 iron 90 metres 7 iron 80 metres 8 iron 70 metres 9 iron 60 metres Pitching Wedge (PW) 50 metres Sand Wedge (SW) 40 metres Give or take 10 metres for hilly or windy conditions.

Place card - St Lucia 9 holes walking $ plus $1 donation (12 players)

Meet at the Pro Shop - at the specified time or earlier. If you are running late please post a comment so the group knows. RSVP - AS ALWAYS ... if your circumstances change PLEASE change your RSVP on this site as soon as possible so that everyone can see who and how many players we have. Hi Ladies Welcome to the Brisbane Ladies Golf group and our scheduled game. Whilst we must adhere to rules and etiquette, the main goal of our group is to have a wonderful day with lovely people, fresh air, sunshine and hopefully a few good shots. Whilst some of us do score, many do not. We are not a competitive group and as such we do not follow competition rules eg if you want to move the ball out of gravel, a tree, sand etc then you do so. This is about us getting out and playing golf with like minded people and hopefully, in time, improving our game - but all in all ... your game is your game. If you would like some advice please feel free ask other players. However please do not 'coach' other players without being asked first (as this may distract from their 'social' game experience). :) Kimberley Golf etiquette: All players (including social players) mush adhere to the general rules regarding golf etiquette. Here are some key points all players sure be mindful of: # always check and update your rsvp ... and be on time. # quick play .... if you can't keep up with the group in front, and there is group behind you (that have to keep waiting for you) -let them through. # do not hold up play for score keeping, phone calls / texts, or practice swings - it is recommended that you record your score at the next hole while you are waiting to tee off (never while you are on the green), and that each player only takes 1 .. but i think we can take 2 .. practice swings for each shot. Feel free to take additional shots while waiting for another player to take their shot .. just make sure you are out of their line of sight (and ball :)) # order of play .... at tee off .. whoever is ready first .. tees off. # lost balls ... take your shot and then help other players look for their ball If a group is behind you .. it is recommended you do not spend any more than 5 mins. # putting ... sometimes its time efficient to let a player putt their ball out rather than adhere to the 'furthermost from the hole' principle. # course care ... please repair divets and rake bunkers where appropriate ... 1. Typical Distances Typically clubs are selected for the different distances they hit the ball. For the average female these are the following distances as a guideline: 1 wood 160 metres 3 wood 140 metres 5 wood 120 metres 7 wood 100 metres 3 iron 120 metres 4 iron 110 metres 5 iron 100 metres 6 iron 90 metres 7 iron 80 metres 8 iron 70 metres 9 iron 60 metres Pitching Wedge (PW) 50 metres Sand Wedge (SW) 40 metres Give or take 10 metres for hilly or windy conditions.

Place card - Wantima 9 holes walking $ plus $1 donation (12 players)

Meet at the Pro Shop - at the specified time or earlier. If you are running late please post a comment so the group knows. RSVP - AS ALWAYS ... if your circumstances change PLEASE change your RSVP on this site as soon as possible so that everyone can see who and how many players we have. Hi Ladies Welcome to the Brisbane Ladies Golf group and our scheduled game. Whilst we must adhere to rules and etiquette, the main goal of our group is to have a wonderful day with lovely people, fresh air, sunshine and hopefully a few good shots. Whilst some of us do score, many do not. We are not a competitive group and as such we do not follow competition rules eg if you want to move the ball out of gravel, a tree, sand etc then you do so. This is about us getting out and playing golf with like minded people and hopefully, in time, improving our game - but all in all ... your game is your game. If you would like some advice please feel free ask other players. However please do not 'coach' other players without being asked first (as this may distract from their 'social' game experience). :) Kimberley Golf etiquette: All players (including social players) mush adhere to the general rules regarding golf etiquette. Here are some key points all players sure be mindful of: # always check and update your rsvp ... and be on time. # quick play .... if you can't keep up with the group in front, and there is group behind you (that have to keep waiting for you) -let them through. # do not hold up play for score keeping, phone calls / texts, or practice swings - it is recommended that you record your score at the next hole while you are waiting to tee off (never while you are on the green), and that each player only takes 1 .. but i think we can take 2 .. practice swings for each shot. Feel free to take additional shots while waiting for another player to take their shot .. just make sure you are out of their line of sight (and ball :)) # order of play .... at tee off .. whoever is ready first .. tees off. # lost balls ... take your shot and then help other players look for their ball If a group is behind you .. it is recommended you do not spend any more than 5 mins. # putting ... sometimes its time efficient to let a player putt their ball out rather than adhere to the 'furthermost from the hole' principle. # course care ... please repair divets and rake bunkers where appropriate ... 1. Typical Distances Typically clubs are selected for the different distances they hit the ball. For the average female these are the following distances as a guideline: 1 wood 160 metres 3 wood 140 metres 5 wood 120 metres 7 wood 100 metres 3 iron 120 metres 4 iron 110 metres 5 iron 100 metres 6 iron 90 metres 7 iron 80 metres 8 iron 70 metres 9 iron 60 metres Pitching Wedge (PW) 50 metres Sand Wedge (SW) 40 metres Give or take 10 metres for hilly or windy conditions.

Place card - Nudgee 9 holes walking $ plus $1 donation (12 players)

Meet at the Pro Shop - at the specified time or earlier. If you are running late please post a comment so the group knows. RSVP - AS ALWAYS ... if your circumstances change PLEASE change your RSVP on this site as soon as possible so that everyone can see who and how many players we have. Hi Ladies Welcome to the Brisbane Ladies Golf group and our scheduled game. Whilst we must adhere to rules and etiquette, the main goal of our group is to have a wonderful day with lovely people, fresh air, sunshine and hopefully a few good shots. Whilst some of us do score, many do not. We are not a competitive group and as such we do not follow competition rules eg if you want to move the ball out of gravel, a tree, sand etc then you do so. This is about us getting out and playing golf with like minded people and hopefully, in time, improving our game - but all in all ... your game is your game. If you would like some advice please feel free ask other players. However please do not 'coach' other players without being asked first (as this may distract from their 'social' game experience). :) Kimberley Golf etiquette: All players (including social players) mush adhere to the general rules regarding golf etiquette. Here are some key points all players sure be mindful of: # always check and update your rsvp ... and be on time. # quick play .... if you can't keep up with the group in front, and there is group behind you (that have to keep waiting for you) -let them through. # do not hold up play for score keeping, phone calls / texts, or practice swings - it is recommended that you record your score at the next hole while you are waiting to tee off (never while you are on the green), and that each player only takes 1 .. but i think we can take 2 .. practice swings for each shot. Feel free to take additional shots while waiting for another player to take their shot .. just make sure you are out of their line of sight (and ball :)) # order of play .... at tee off .. whoever is ready first .. tees off. # lost balls ... take your shot and then help other players look for their ball If a group is behind you .. it is recommended you do not spend any more than 5 mins. # putting ... sometimes its time efficient to let a player putt their ball out rather than adhere to the 'furthermost from the hole' principle. # course care ... please repair divets and rake bunkers where appropriate ... 1. Typical Distances Typically clubs are selected for the different distances they hit the ball. For the average female these are the following distances as a guideline: 1 wood 160 metres 3 wood 140 metres 5 wood 120 metres 7 wood 100 metres 3 iron 120 metres 4 iron 110 metres 5 iron 100 metres 6 iron 90 metres 7 iron 80 metres 8 iron 70 metres 9 iron 60 metres Pitching Wedge (PW) 50 metres Sand Wedge (SW) 40 metres Give or take 10 metres for hilly or windy conditions.

Past events (272)

McLeod - 9 holes walking $ plus $1 donation (12 players)

McLeod Country Golf Club

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