The Invincibles are committed to providing young people with an opportunity to build on both their golf skills and life skills. We also aim to nurture and promote the growth and development of junior golf on Queensland's Sunshine Coast through our Junior Development Program to anyone wishing to be involved.
Despite the Australian Junior Amateur Championships beginning in Canberra from the 13th to 16th of April, and a hectic calendar of events during the school holidays, that unfortunately kept numbers down, but even this wasn’t enough to deter the great team at Tin Can Bay from hosting what is traditionally one of The Tour’s…….
Given the delays and frustrations caused through covid lockdowns and extreme weather. It was fantastic to eventually get out on course in perfect conditions, to witness some of Queensland’s finest junior golfers take up the challenge of contesting The Invincibles Matchplay Championships, where……………
Matchplay Update – Thursday the 8th of April: As you are all aware, one of the main aims of The Invincibles Tour is to set in place competitions and tournaments that challenge their members, and it is fair to say that we have been working hard behind the scenes to make sure you get every opportunity to test yourselves. Particularly given everything……..
Drummond Golf (Maroochydore) is proud and delighted to sponsor The Invincibles Achiever of the Month Award, where recipients of their Award will receive a $50 Drummond Gift Voucher (18) $25 (9-hole) to be used in their store, along with a sleeve of Callaway golf balls courtesy of Callaway Australia. The Invincibles Tour wish to thank Roy & Kim McClean and their team at Drummond Golf Maroochydore and Callaway Australia for their very generous support of The Invincibles Sunshine Coast Junior Golfing Tour, where this month’s winner of the Drummond Achiever Award is...............
Thanks to Golf Australia, four of our Invincibles members received invitations into the Isuzu Queensland Open Pro-Am along with many other of our members who certainly made the most of the opportunity, particularly…….
On what was a humid and overcast day (saved by a slight breeze) Caloundra hosted their 2021 Junior Classic, where both the boys and girl's results went down to the wire, with both divisions resulting in play-offs. After Ben Duncombe (Headland) and Will Bowen (Royal Queensland) finished……….
On what was another hot and humid day at Bribie Island Golf Club, where they had their course and facilities set up magnificently to host their Junior Open, and where we were fortunate that the promised storms didn’t eventuate and in fact, we were blessed with a beautiful sea breeze that helped cool things down to a manageable level for our juniors to put in some incredible performances, particularly for..................