The ride will be a little less bumpy around Tathra Beach Country Club in future, with the club completing several cart path improvements with the help of a grant from the NSW Golf Foundation.
Before the works, the club’s pathways were naturally formed through general wear and became quite dangerous.
“They were quite unsafe when the weather was unfavourable,” the Club’s President, Colleen Bennett said.
The Foundation’s grant assisted the club in structuring permanent pathways on the course to ensure the safety of our Members and Guests.
COVID restrictions caused a delay in the work, but the club is now back on track with the significant upgrades.
“We were able to keep labour costs at a minimum due to our fantastic band of volunteers. We’ve spent over $30,000 on this project to date, and with the Foundation’s support, the club can upgrade more over the coming months.
“On behalf of the Tathra Beach Country Club, I wish to sincerely thank the Golf Foundation for the grant to upgrade pathways around our course,” Ms Bennett added.