MLGC in the Community
Beyond the Fairways | Sustainability Strategy 2022
The Mount Lawley Golf Club is pleased to present Beyond the Fairways (BTF) Sustainability Strategy which is a broad sustainability strategy for the Club.
We are very proud of what we are doing to manage and improve our environment, and it is pleasing to have an independent third-party specialist from Environmental Golf Solutions endorse our work and confirm the Club is at the leading edge of Australian golf clubs.
This is also evident in the fact that we have won the WA Golf Industry Environmental Award for each of the last two years.
CLICK HERE to view the BTF publication.
The publication covers a range of topics within the sustainability arena ranging from vegetation management, canopy, and water usage, through to responding to climate change.
We encourage you to read Beyond the Fairways Sustainability Strategy and should you have any questions please contact the General Manager – Troy O’Hern on 9271 9622 or email email@example.com
Raising money for the fight against Cancer
On Thursday the Ladies held a Cake Stall & Plant Stall raising an incredible $645.70 towards the fight against Cancer.
Thank you to everyone who contributed.
Clean Up Australia Day 2022
Thank you to those members who joined forces with Friends of Inglewood Triangle volunteers and local residents for spending Sunday morning picking up rubbish around the Club’s boundary. It’s amazing how much and what you find.
Clean Up Australia Day 2021
A huge thank you to a dedicated group of MLGC Members and Friends of Inglewood Triangle volunteers for giving up your Sunday morning to help clean up the perimeter of the golf club on Sunday 7th March 2021.
MLGC FUNDRAISING for the The Esther Foundation
Cathy Cocks, Maureen Jennings, Jenny Shanks, Cherry Skinner and Lenore Brazenor held a plant stall at Saturday Markets and raised $460 for the The Esther Foundation . There will be another one in December and members have already promised to donate more plants and potting up is already underway by others.
Thank you to our amazing members we raised $864.20 for #DoingItForJarrod
Friends of Inglewood Triangle and MLGC Working Together
On Saturday morning 17th October, Mount Lawley Golf Club (MLGC) hosted a group of dedicated Friends of the Inglewood Triangle and MLGC volunteers along with City of Stirling Mayor, Mark Irwin and Manager of Parks and Sustainability, Ian Hunter.
The group was given a walking tour through some of the Club’s bushland adjacent to Walter Road. Led by MLGC’s Horticulturalist Paul Canny, the group were informed of the revegetation program undertaken with numerous native plants on display.
A strong relationship is being developed between both groups of volunteers who share the same passion and desire to maintain and enhance the local biodiversity within the Triangle and MLGC bushland areas.
MLGC are working closely with City of Stirling and are in the final stages of presenting and adopting a Bushland Management Plan. MLGC General Manager, Troy O’Hern stated the Club has planted more than 4,000 native plants this year and will be planting an additional 3,000 in 2021. The Club is committed to a long-term native revegetation program and is excited about the relationship being developed with the Friends of Inglewood Triangle.
Mount Lawley Golf Club sees itself as an integral part of the local community and taking care of such an important parcel of land is a key objective for the Club’s Board and Management.
For further information regarding Mount Lawley Golf Club please contact General Manager, Troy O’Hern via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9271 9622.
Longest Day 2019
- Charity: Longest Day – Cancer Council
- Amount Raised: $5,321
MLGC Members Richard Brown, Luke Teal, John Boulton, Anthony Tilly, Michael Davies, Steve Skea and Mates played 72 Holes of Golf to raise $5,321 for a very worthy cause.
Thank you to the wonderful Mount Lawley Golf Club Lady members for creating a display of poppies for Remembrance Day. Each poppy has been hand knitted and crocheted and over 1,000 have been made to recognise those who have died in the line of duty. Lest we forget.
- Charity: #DoingItForJarrod – all funds raised went directly to Challenge to help children with cancer.
- Amount Raised: $1,405.00
Ladies Charity Day 2019
- Charity: Riding for the Disabled – Carine
- Amount Raised: $20,602.82
CLICK HERE to read Riding for the Disabled thank you to Mount Lawley Golf Club
Ladies Charity Day 2018
- Charity: Family Support WA
- Amount Raised: $20,700.00
Ladies Charity Day 2017
- Charity: MANNA
- Amount Raised: $24,000.00