Welcome to Kapunda Golf Club

This challenging nine hole course is set in scenic countryside, providing the golfer with manicured greens and a relaxed country atmosphere.

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April 4, 2022
  • Only 75 kilometres from Adelaide, enjoy a game of golf and visit Australia’s oldest mining town.
  • Visiting groups and social clubs are welcome with food catering available upon request.
  • Excellent cabin accommodation and caravan sites are available adjacent to the golf course.

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Thursday Competition 4 Jul 24 Christmas in July was played with 57 players in attendance followed by a wonderful Christmas lunch with presentations arriving via a bagpipe entrance.

Overall Winner with 37pts was Ian Gawley
A grade winner Simon Marsden 35 pts
B Grade winner Terry Fidler 35 pts
C grade winner Keith Dayman 34 pts
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Thursday Competition 4 Jul 24 Christmas in July was played with 57 players in attendance followed by a wonderful Christmas lunch with presentations arriving via a bagpipe entrance.

Overall Winner with 37pts was Ian Gawley 
A grade winner Simon Marsden 35 pts
B Grade winner Terry Fidler 35 pts
C grade winner Keith Dayman 34 ptsImage attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

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Well done you Thursdayites

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Seeking a minimum of 4 players to attend the MNGA District Championships at Owen 25th Aug.

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Ill play as long as im not oncall for work

I’ll play

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Well winter certainly hit with a vengeance last week with cold (and very wet) conditions affecting the golf across all competitions.
The women had a cold and wintry day on Wednesday for the 3rd round of the Captain's trophy which was a stroke round. The B graders once again carded the best scores on the day with Jane Teagle carding the best score of the day with her net 71 giving her a win in the B grade by the narrowest of margins from Kathy Stubing on 72. Sandy McInnes was third on 77. In the A grade skipper Carolyn carded a 75 with a three shot buffer over Carole Molloy and Jenny Menzel. This week the girls are back into a more relaxing stableford comp.
The Thursday chaps were very thankful for the later start after the morning was a very chilly beginning. The sun did come out spasmodically to warm up a little and thankfully the rain kept away for the 38 starters. It was their monthly stroke round with a couple of good scores at the top of the leaderboard. Steven Watson won the day and the A grade with his score of 71 net. The pair of Boris Morris and Simon Marsden were just a shot back. Keith Adams also shot a 71 and he finished with a two shot win in the B grade ahead of the trio of Keith Earwood, Terry Harris and Steven McInnes. The few C graders out on the day struggled a little with our fairway man, Richard Schulz , the best of the group with his 76. Steve Jones carded 79.
NTP's went to Dylan Russell on the 6th, Keithy Earwood on the longer 15th and Pegs collected the 18th for the second week in a row.
Stephen McInnes carded the best front nine with the equivalent of 19 stableford points while Keithy made it a trifecta with an impressive 22 on the back. The jackpot hole had accumulated nicely and youngster Dylan Russell had the only four pointer on the dedicated hole. As Dylan had to leave before presentations, we would like to thank him for shouting the bar! (Just Kidding Dylan, well done).
This Thursday will be a big day with a special "Christmas in July" day with lunch, heaps of prizes and plenty of fun to be had. If you haven't got your name in and would like a hit you had better be quick as there are only a couple of spots left in the near full field. Don't forget to wear your loudest shirt or pants, or both, to get into the spirit of the day.
Well, what can I say about golf on Saturday? For the half a dozen players who braved the morning conditions in the pouring rain, hats off to you and you deserve a medal, or in Sandy McInnes' case the win in the C grade.
With the registered numbers dropping rapidly from 80 early in the week as the forecast became bleaker it was no surprise to see that just 22 players finished their rounds. Although the afternoon conditions were marginally better there was little incentive for most of us to venture out although the Doc Carson prize would be worth winning in the par comp.
At the end of the day Tim Scheer posted a very respectable score of +2 to win the day. Willow was the only other player in the black and he had a good win in the A grade. Both Skipper Sutho and dedicated Simon Marsden finished square behind Willow. It would have been a great day for Tim if he managed to get to Adelaide Oval to see the Crows pull off a great win as well.
Young Sam Watson has come a long way in a short time to be in the B grade and he made the day worthwhile when he finished square to grab the main voucher. Not sure Dad and Grandpa enjoyed the day as much as Sam but well done in supporting him. Jaimie Lindeblad picked up the runner up voucher with his -2.
The only other C grader in the finishers was Max McLaren and he certainly earned his second place voucher behind Sandy with his -3.
The long drives in tough conditions went to Doc Carson, Ian Watson and Maxy while Doc also picked up an NTP along with Rob Hancock.
Saturday will be a stroke round for the Total Earthworx monthly medal so hopefully the field will be back up, weather permitting.
The course will certainly benefit from the rain so look forward to some great golf.

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