Trentham installing OneGolf
Trentham Golf Club is installing OneGolf, a competition and event system provided by MiClub and built for smaller regional clubs. There are over 120 clubs around Australia using OneGolf.
Competitions are set up in advance from the annual golf calendar, saving time on the day. The system has the potential to greatly reduce volunteer times for competition set-up and entry and to speed up results processing.
OneGolf provides entry into daily competitions by either an optional internet-based time sheet, or through a touchscreen when players arrive at the clubhouse. All players need to do to enter the competition is to enter their member number or GolfLink number. Their daily handicap will be displayed for the relevant course of the day.
When the competition is finished, players record their scores on the touchscreen hole-by-hole. Almost immediately the last score is entered, the competition results and prize rundown are determined. Results will be shown progressively on the clubhouse TV as they are entered. The system will even automatically calculate the yearly eclectic trophy.
A log-in from a web browser will allow any Trentham member to see the full results for any competition, including prize allocations and the ball competition.
For competition managers, OneGolf will greatly simplify and speed up handicapping, competition entry and results, as well as providing an easy way for members to enter events and view competition results
OneGolf should be in operation before the end of July. Colin Wilson is managing the installation, so please refer any questions to him.
Join Trentham Golf Club
Trentham has a range of memberships available to suit everyone, from full club membership with full playing rights, down to basic, inexpensive memberships for those who just wish to keep a Golf Australia handicap and the security of personal golf insurance.
Here's the range of memberships available:
Adult membership ($475 per year)
Full adult memberships are available at very affordable rates, with no joining fee. Pro-rata rates apply, memberships become due on February 28th each year.
Family membership ($950 per year)
Trentham offers family memberships for two adults and any number of juniors aged under 18. Based just on the rate for two adults, family membership offers GolfLink handicaps and personal insurance for all family members.
Student ($150 per year) and junior membership ($50 per year)
Low-cost memberships for juniors under 18 and full-time students aged 18-24 make being a member of a golf club very affordable for younger players.
Lifestyle membership ($295 per year)
This is a membership that carries a year-round GolfLink handicap and personal insurance, but playing rights are limited to the period from October 1 to March 31. You can play from April 1 to September 30 with the payment of the normal green fee (half price for Trentham competitions). Designed for those who do not wish to play during the colder winter months.
Access Membership ($120 per year)
This is a basic membership that provides a 12-month GolfLink handicap and personal insurance (from date of issue). It offers a 33% discount off green fees at Trentham and a 50% green fee discount for entry into Trentham club competitions. Designed for those who wish to maintain a genuine GolfLink handicap but who only play occasionally, or who wish to play at a variety of courses and competitions.
You can buy all these memberships online at this website, or through our Trentham Golf Club Shop. Payment is available by Paypal, Visa, Mastercard and Direct Bank Deposit. For further information please use the contact form on this website.
Before purchasing, you should familiarise yourself with the terms and conditions of the memberships by clicking the relevant link below.
Pine plantations being harvested
Pines being harvested between the 16th and 17th fairways
There are three small pine plantations at Trentham. They are situated between the 6th and 7th fairways, between the 7th and 8th fairways, and on the hill between the 16th and 17th fairways. The plantations were planted in the early 1980s, with the intention of providing an aesthetic value to the course as well as a long-term timber resource that would provide income to the club.
The committee has had to determine the management of these areas and has decided to harvest the pines. The contractor is currently working, and this will continue during July.