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Rosebud Country Club is committed to promoting junior golf. Our Divots program runs every Tuesday from 4pm during the school terms unless otherwise advised. It is open to school aged boys and girls. Everything is provided and parents are encouraged to stay on and enjoy the Club’s facilities while their children take part in a fun and rewarding program. The Divots golf program is just $90 per year (Terms 1, 2 and 4). Numbers are restricted so please contact the Club on 5950 0800 for further information on availability. To apply, download the application form here.
Cadet Membership is for golfers aged up to 17 years. The category is perfect for boys and girls that feel ready to take to the course and attain a handicap for competition play. Cadet Membership includes seven day access to the golf courses and the opportunity to take advantage of 80 hours of tuition during a membership year run by the Club’s Teaching Professional Matt Bolton. The teaching program is tailored to suit any level of junior golfer. Cadet Membership is $255 a year and there is no joining fee. For further information contact the Club on 5950 0800.
The Propel Foundation is a Rosebud Country Club initiative to assist elite players in following their dreams.
The Foundation will have an annual fund that players can apply for to assist them with their golfing expenses.
Both amateur and professional players will be eligible. To find out more and to make a tax deductible donation, please click here.
Propel Foundation Testimonials
To those involved with the Propel Foundation, RCC members and other guests. I have spent the past 6-8 months on the road competing on the Adams Tour, while also playing in a Web.com event and Texas State Open. Most of the funds for my travels with funds come from my own pocket. I have learnt a lot about my game and life behind the scenes off the golf course. Driving up to 8 hours at a time, switching hotels from night to night for cheaper rates and even sharing a bed to save the extra dollar. It is a tough grind but one I have enjoyed and continue to enjoy as I step closer to reaching my goals of playing on the PGA Tour. Sponsorship through the Propel Foundation will help me that little extra as I strive to become a member of the PGA Tour, and something I will be very appreciative of.
Sponsorship to me is what allows myself to continue to chase my dream of playing golf professionally. Being in the US college system on a student visa means I don’t have the option of working to try and help with expenses. As everyone knows Golf is a very costly sport and without having any income of my own it is tough to keep having to rely on my parents to do so. This is where Propel has helped not only myself but also my parents by taking a little bit of pressure of them. With the help of Propel I have managed to fund my tournaments outside of college. As I continue to chase my dream every little bit of sponsorship and backing helps and I cannot thank the people who have helped me along the way so far enough.