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 horrendous bush fire conditions in South East Queensland “particularly just North of Noosa” where more due to good fortune than good management, the Noosa Junior Classic was able to go ahead, where, Rebecca O’Neill (Gympie) and Daniel Cho (Indooroopilly - pictured) wound up The Invincibles 2019 season with wins after recording …………….
Every year leading into The Invincibles Annual Junior Presentation Dinner, The Tour asks their members to vote for a player they believe is worthy of taking out the “PLAYERS PLAYER Award" and they would like to request that you take the time to complete the nomination form on the home page (under latest News/Events) to make sure your vote counts. The Players Player……………..
It's that time of year, where The Invincibles Tour is looking forward to dressing up in their Sunday best and gathering together to celebrate what has been a fantastic year on Tour. A year that’s created so many highlights, opportunities and incredible performances from a very talented group of juniors, and they would like to invite everyone, including representatives from our host clubs, members, family and friends to join them at the beautifully presented Noosa Springs Golf & Spa Resort, where we look forward to acknowledging…….
The Invincibles Tour would like to wish their following members a "Very Happy Birthday" for November 2: Mackenzie Devine, 7: Will Rothwell, 13: Ben Duncombe, 14: Jordan Speare, 20: Zoe Maxwell (the big 18) and Sienna Coghlan who celebrates her birthday on November 28!
The Tour hopes you all have a great day out celebrating the big occasion with family and friends.
From the feedback the organisers received during and after the running of the 2019 IBF Junior Classic, was that it doesn’t get any better than witnessing some 92 of Queensland, Australia and Worlds finest junior golfers “with the leading group playing off a combined handicap of + 7.6 and 70 playing off sub ten h/c’s” who tested their game on one of Queensland’s premier and magnificently presented golf courses in Twin Waters. To witness Cassie Porter (Peregian Golf Course) continue….
Draws Up: Ian Baker-Finch is thrilled to bits with the enormously talented group of juniors that are heading to Twin Waters Golf Club, who are hosting his IBF Classic in conjunction with The Invincibles that will include some of Australia’s finest golfers, including Cassie Porter (Peregian) and Tyler Duncan (Redcliffe) along with some ninety-six extremely talented golfers from right across South East Queensland, NSW, the Gold Coast, Hervey Bay, Toowoomba and South Africa, which all…..
After a couple of days of storms and heavy rain, The Invincibles Tour headed to Peregian Golf Course to contest their Junior Classic, where they were treated to a cracker of a day that really set the scene for two very keen golfers in Taj Egea (Woolston Park) and Sunday Moore (Noosa Springs) who went on to win the classic with solid rounds of………..