Tuesday, March 1, 2022

 I don't think I can even describe the carnage that is out on the courses after getting out there on low tide this afternoon.  The only time I have ever seen anything like it is when I have seen photos from courses like Murwillumbah, Carbrook, Riverlakes or Brisbane  for example when they have been flooded.  I always wondered how those clubs came back from it and now I find us right in the middle of a similar nightmare.

Even on low tide this afternoon the entry road still had knee deep water across it so the best advice is not to try and come down.  It's going to be a long road back and I would suggest that the entry road will keep being under water until Friday at best.  I will let the photos below tell some of the story.

For those members with buggies in the buggy shed you can breathe a sigh of relief as no flood water looks to have entered the building.  There is some water lying inside but that was probably from a leaky roof. 

328 PPG.

Tif PPG.

Debris rear 2R tee.

1R green.  It's only ever had a bit of water on the far RHS.  Never fully submerged.

6R tee with high water line marked.

15R green has never had water on it before.

This sign might be there for a while.


And then I found this fellow and asked him to stay off the greens if possible!!


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