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SANDY GALLOP GOLF COURSE, IPSWICH. QUEENSLAND
Sandy Gallop Golf Club is located in 100 Lobb St, Churchill, QLD 4305
We headed off early and waved passed everyone waiting for the bus at the leagues club. Our stop before golf was Café 63 at Winston Glades.
The busy café is popular with western Ipswich diners for its ambience and excellent service. Situated on the outside of a shopping centre, you can either dine inside in air conditioning booths or table seating or outside on the veranda lined by flower beds in bloom. Flowers are for sale at the front door of the café as well, giving a celebratory tone. Open from early morning until late afternoon on weekdays and 9pm on weekends, the café’s seasonal menu covers all bases and is well-priced. Famous for their all-day classic breakfast dishes, lunch and dinner branch out into salads, burgers, sandwiches and wraps, with mains including pork belly, steak and salad and slow-cooked lamb shoulder with beer battered fries. We ordered a couple of breakfast burgers and coffee, then headed onto Sandy Gallop Golf Course.
Sandy Gallop is a golf course rich with history opening in 1919, an interesting and undulating natural bushland layout. We missed this game last year, preferring to go camping at Burrum Heads.
The course itself has recently undergone some major improvements making it now more user friendly and enjoyable to play. The 5100m, par 70 course is traversed by Deebing Creek and offers a good test of golfing skill.
Records indicate Sandy Gallop was the scene of Greg Norman’s first professional victory – the 1976 Coal City Pro-am. The honour board for this event also includes such names as Peter & Jeff Senior and Ian Baker-Finch.
The club is renowned for its friendly atmosphere hence being commonly known as “The Friendly Club”. It showed I haven’t picked up a club for 6 weeks, not hitting a decent shot all day. Kim came along and took some great photos. I had one selfie to ten golf photos.
Playing in a team helps individuals to develop many of the social skills they will need for life. It teaches people to cooperate, to be less selfish, and to listen to other people.
It also gives everyone a sense of belonging. It helps them make new friends and builds their social circle outside home and work.
Arana Hills Social Golf Club is a great social club to belong to.