News & Updates
Twilight golf moves to Thursdays
01-05-2019 
Due to the overwhelming success of Thursday night dinners at the club, twilight golf will move to Thursdays as well from 9 May 2019. Tee off times remain at 4pm in daylight saving times, and 3pm during the rest of the year. Happy hitting!

Clubhouse extension officially opened
22-04-2019 
On Saturday, 6 April, more than 80 Strathbogie residents attended dinner at the Strathbogie Golf Club to celebrate the opening of the extension to the clubhouse. (Click here for more.)

Thursday social nights
02-04-2019 
Join us every Thursday night from 6pm for great food, drinks and company as we open up the clubhouse to all in the district for some famous 'Bogie hospitality. Click here for more details.

2019 syllabus
02-01-2019 
The 2019 syllabus for ladies and men can be found here. Happy golfing!


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Strathbogie Golf Club
Clubhouse extension officially opened
22-04-2019 

On Saturday, 6 April, more than 80 Strathbogie residents attended dinner at the Strathbogie Golf Club to celebrate the opening of the extension to the clubhouse. (Click here for more.)

The extension has provided over 100 square metres of shaded outdoor area, six purpose built table and chair settings, a built in barbecue and lighting.

David Kennett, the club president, explained how the extension added a new dimension to the club's facilities. The project, funded by grants from the Department of Health and Human Services (Skin Cancer Prevention Program) and the Strathbogie Shire Council, enables members to congregate out of the club rooms into a safe shaded area. Mr Kennett thanked all those involved in bringing the project from an idea to reality. He specifically acknowledged Brad Mildren-Nicel of Euroa Clay Products, who was so generous in donating labour, materials and expertise.

The extension was opened by Crs Deb Bower and Alistair Thomson of Strathbogie Shire Council. Cr Thomson highlighted that this project was a great example of government and a community club collaborating successfully. Cr Thomson also emphasised the concerning statistics around skin cancer, particularly for golfers who can spend decades playing a sport with full exposure to ultra violet radiation. He stressed the importance of golfers to wear hats and use sunblock to protect themselves.

The facility provides new opportunities for gatherings on the Strathbogie Tableland.