Team tees off

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SPORT -

MOSS­MAN Golf Club has wel­comed some new staff into the fam­ily with open arms.

Bring­ing some­thing a lit­tle fresh to the club is new gen­eral man­ager Charles Hege­dus.

Mr Hege­dus has 30 years ex­pe­ri­ence in club man­age­ment and said he was de­lighted to join the club.

‘‘There has been a lot of main­te­nance work to the course and it really shows be­cause it is look­ing fan­tas­tic,’’ he said.

‘‘I’m here to help to cre­ate a good so­cial at­mos­phere and build up mem­ber­ship num­bers.

‘‘We really want to in­vite peo­ple to come down and ex­pe­ri­ence the new course for them­selves.’’

In ad­di­tion to a new gen­eral man­ager, the club has also se­cured a new friendly lar­rikin chef to feed the hun­gry mouths af­ter an in­tense round of golf.

The blonde be­hind the tongs Re­nee Stubbs said the Meschie Bistro is open for din­ner Fri­day and Satur­day evenings.

‘‘For those dis­cern­ing din­ers look­ing for a whole­some home cooked meal packed with flavour at af­ford­able prices, from lambs fry with ba­con and onion gravy, to a suc­cu­lent steak with creamy gar­lic prawn top­per, the bistro is the place to be,’’ she said.

‘‘ Whether you want to dine in amongst the cane toads and the tran­quil back drop of the beau­ti­fully man­i­cured greens of the golf club or a quick take­away, we can man­age both. We sit amongst a won­der­ful food bowl of ex­otic fruits and pro­duce, most of which I try to in­cor­po­rate into my dishes.’’



Charles Hege­dus and Re­nee Stubbs

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