GRAEME'S GOLF SCORECARD COLLECTION
Collecting golf scorecards is an interesting, enjoyable hobby which can be very time consuming. It can also be very expensive unless you choose the correct avenues to procure cards.
I gather most of my Australian scorecards by snail mail or, by actual visits to clubs, whilst traveling around the country. The bigger majority of my international cards I get by e-mailing the clubs or by trading with overseas collectors. To successfully accomplish this you need a large quantity of duplicate cards. So if you are surfing this site and, you have any scorecards in that golf bag, which you no longer need please contact me via e-mail at
email@example.com and, I will be happy to take them off your hands. I am quite happy to cover any postal charges incurred.
My scorecard inventory as at 19 April 2011 is:
Australian Capital Territory 94
New South Wales 2306
Northern Territory 83
South Australia 621
Western Australia 607
Total Australian Cards. 8177.
British Columbia 381
New Brunswick 58
Nova Scotia 117
Prince Edward Island 53
CANADA TOTAL. 2235.
Cayman Islands 2
Costa Rica 4
Czech Republic 64
Dominican Republic 11
Gambia, The 1
Grand Caymans 3
Hong Kong 7
Ivory Coast 4
New Caledonia 2
New Zealand 389
Northern Cyprus 1
Papua New Guinea 5
People's Republic of China 83
Puerto Rico 9
Republic of Panama 3
Republic of South Africa 297
Saudi Arabia 2
Sierra Leone 1
South Atlantic Islands 2
South Korea 9
Sri Lanka 5
St.Kitts & Nevis 4
St.Vincent & Grenadines 1
Turks & Caicos Islands 1
United Arab Emirates 30
U.S. Virgin Islands 2
West Indies 22
International Cards 31824.
Australian Cards. 8177.
Cards of Unknown Origin 30.
Total Scorecards 40031.
A New Golf Scorecard Website.
A new golf scorecard site is under construction where Golf Clubs/Resorts will be able to have your clubs scorecard displayed on a worldwide site. The site URL is http://www.worldscorecards.com.
For further information contact Graeme at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Dan at: email@example.com
My personal scorecard collection has now passed 40,000 cards.
We now have in excess of 1,000 scorecards uploaded to our world scorecards site.
Contact can also be made via Skype.
The friends you make on the golf course are your friends for life.
QUOTE of the WEEK.
" Yeah, after each of my downhill putts". - When asked if he had many uphill putts."
- Homero Blancas (1938-).
A man with the fitting name Odd Martinussen scored what some consider the longest ace in history. It took slightly more than an hour. Martinussen was playing on a course that straddles between Sweden and Finland. Teeing up on a 126 yard par-3 in Sweden, he smacked the ball onto the green, which is in Finland, and straight into the cup for his hole in one. What made it officially one hour and eight seconds was that the ball was struck in one time zone and plopped into the hole in another time zone".
10 MOST WANTED CARDS LIST.
This list contains the names of courses from which I would like to obtain a scorecard.
If anyone can assist please contact me at my e-mail address by clicking on the e-mail link at the top of this page.
1. The Pete Dye GC (Royal Cse) (Japan)
2. North Cape GC (Norway)
3. Club de Golf del Cerro (Urugauy)
4. Le Reunion GC (Guatemala)
5. Guadalajara CC (Mexico)
6. Susquehanna CC (Pennslyvania)
7. Canyon Meadows (Alberta-Canada)
8. Los Cedros CC (Argentina)
9. Enhance Anting GC (China)
10. Le Triomphe G & CC (Louisiana)
If you would like a copy of my Australian or International duplicate scorecards please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUSTRALIA'S TOP 10 GOLF COURSES.
1. Royal Melbourne GC (West Cse)
2. Kingston Heath GC
3. Barnbougle Dunes GL
4. New South Wales GC
5. Royal Melbourne GC (East Cse)
6. The National GC (Moonah Cse)
7. Royal Adelaide GC
8. Metropolitan GC
9. Victoria GC
10. St.Andrews Beach GC
List courtesy of Australian Golf Digest. (January 2010 Edition).
Golf is a sadistic game probably played best by complete lunatics.
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