Sporting Groups

The following Clubs and Groups operate in Wandering:

Sporting group contact information
CLUB/GROUPCONTACTPHONE
Wandering Community Resource Centre Mrs Monica Treasure 9884 1561
Pumphreys CWA Mrs Jaylea Marsh 0432 569 456
Pumphreys Tennis Club Mr Bruce Dowsett 9884 1031
Wandering Cricket Club Ms Hayley Barge 0408 179 451
Wandering CWA Mrs Pam Flint 0419 937 898
Wandering Golf Club Mrs Annette Hardie 9887 7060
Wandering Lions Club Mr Peter Warburton 0429 366 617
Wandering P & C Mrs Leanne Rose 0417 097 149
Wandering Play Group Ms Sherryl Gallant 9884 1572
Wandering Vol Bush F Brigde Mr Brendan Whitely 0427 988 400
Wandering/ Boddington Clay Target Club Mr Greg Ryan 0418 928 800

 


Pumphreys Bridge Tennis Club

An iconic country tennis club that was established in 1946, Pumphreys Bridge is surrounded by tranquil bushland. Traditionally know to be a family orientated club we continue to encourage this, with older and younger members participating. And of course, new members are always welcome. We have four courts, which we re-surfaced with synthetic grass in 2006.

Social tennis is played on Sunday afternoon. We also have a Junior and Senior Pennant team that plays on Saturday in the Pingelly & Districts Pennant Association.

Membership Fees:

  • Adults $ 40.00
  • Juniors $ 10.00 (school age)

Any enquiries can be directed to:

  • President: Bruce Dowsett 9884 1031
  • Secretary: Alana Parsons 9887 5032

The Club is situated approximately 25 kilometres from Wandering on the Wandering-Narrogin Road. First turn to the left after crossing the Pumphreys Bridge and first turn to the right (opposite Pumphreys C.W.A. hall).


Wandering Golf Club

Are you interested in playing golf? Read on to find out more information about Wandering Golf Club.

WANDERING GOLF CLUB, 306 North Wandering Rd, Wandering

History

A meeting of interested residents took place in April 1957 during which they discussed the possibility of constructing a golf course and forming a club. Work began almost immediately. Bulldozers cleared timber for 9 holes and fairways were ploughed and levelled. Interest lagged in 1958 but work continued in 1959 and some play took place in rugged conditions by the more enthusiastic golfers. The first stage of the clubhouse was completed in 1960. In 1962 moves were made to extend the course to 18 holes. The second 9 holes was ready for play in May 1964.

Over the years some excellent low handicap golfers have emerged and continued on to win Championships and events in Upper Great Southern. For most of us we attend golf for the challenge of improvement of handicap, the exercise and the social outlet.

Each year the golf season commences in April (rain or no rain) and ends early October.

Club Day: Sunday - Men & ladies tee off approx 12.30 for 18 holes of golf.

Ladies Day: Wednesday – Ladies tee off approx. 11.00 am for 18 holes of golf.

The competition fee is usually $5.00.

Currently the annual subs are set at:

  • Members $90
  • Social Member $50
  • Country Member $45 (Only available if you are a member of another golf club).
  • Junior Member $20
  • Nomination fee $5

Details of some of the 2008 committee are listed below:

President: Maurice Sewell Ph: 9887 7073
Men’s Captain: Joe Schorer Ph: 9884 1018
Ladies Captain: Dawn Dowsett Ph: 9884 1031
Secretary: Elizabeth Turton Ph: 9887 6032

A couple of times each year we hold events that potential golfers can enjoy.
A ‘Have-A-Go-Day’ is held early in the year as a pre-season event and there is a Scroungers event in July.
Please contact a committee person if you would like more information.