1st Play was at the sale yard in Cobram
Cobram Barooga Golf Club Timeline
A new site was laid out at what is now ‘Grants Chicken Farm’ on the Murray Valley Highway
Purchase of 2 parcels of land in Barooga
First golf played on Barooga Site (9 holes) Barooga Football pavilion used as Clubhouse
Clubhouse erected to the right of what is now the current 2nd green on the Old Course
Name changed to Cobram Barooga Golf Club
More land was purchased to extend golf course in to Keech’s Paddock
Vern Morcom was engaged to design a new 18 hole golf course with use of existing holes. Now known as the Old Course.
Construction of New Clubhouse. Now known as Bridges Barooga.
Parallel irrigation pipes laid to water the course
Construction of Grass greens from original Sand greens commenced
Bowls Club formed at CBGC
Opening of all 18 holes with grass greens
Purchase of Land from Barooga Station to form what’s now called the West Course
Kevin Hartley was engaged to design the front nine of the second course now known as the West Course
First 9 holes of West Course constructed (now the back 9 of the West Course)
Kevin Hartley was re-engaged to design the second 9 of the West Course (now the front 9 of the West Course)
West Course officially opened giving a 36 hole complex
Members Voted in favour of Amalgamation with Barooga Sports Club
The Golf Clubhouse was relocated to the Barooga Sports Club Venue.
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