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.
It only seems like yesterday, when The Invincibles Tour decided to head out on Tour throughout South East Queensland and the Sunshine Coast with the aim of giving local juniors and their families the opportunity to follow their dreams and hopefully reach their full potential in a safe, fair and fun environment and the past two years have shown that dream is becoming a reality.
The Invincibles Team would like to thank everyone that participated on The Invincibles Tour throughout 2019 for your company and support, and for helping make The Tour the safe, fair and friendly environment it is for our juniors and their families to participate, where our focus is on having fun whilst enjoying each-others company and our golf. We would also like to take this opportunity to wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy, Safe and Fun Filled 2020, where, if all…..
The Invincibles Tour would like to wish their following members a "Very Happy Birthday" for December 9: Cooper Clarke, Drew Fernley and Hudson Haddrick, 11: Chase McCue, 19: Iona Muir, 26: Tyler Quaill, 27: Kai Hinton, 29: Lewis Shaughnessy, and Ellandi Findlay who celebrates her birthday on December 31!
The Tour hopes you all have a great day out celebrating the big occasion with family and friends.
A very excited Ruby Kavanagh (Maroochy River) put in the round of her life, “A Better Than Her Best Performance” to win the final Invincibles Tour event for 2019, The Invincibles Gold Cup of Cups Championship that was hosted by the immaculately presented Noosa Springs Golf & Spa Resort. Ruby, playing off a handicap of 9 was over the moon with her win, I didn’t in my wildest dreams believe that I was going to achieve this, I am quite………….
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 …………….
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….
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………..