Why are people trying to get rid of their Australian golf courses?

Posted November 12, 2018 06:32:00 For the past six months, the Free Certified courses in Perth and Darwin have been in the spotlight after the federal government removed all Australian Golf Course Association regulations.

In a bid to remove the regulations, the Government removed the requirements for the courses to have a minimum age of 12 and a minimum number of people to be on the course.

The Federal Government also made it clear that golf courses are not required to have facilities, and that the Government will not be looking to make any changes to the way in which Australian golfers are able to enjoy their games.

The Government has now removed the age and number of participants on all Free Certified golf courses.

What is the Free Certification Course?

The Free Certified Golf Course program was created in 2018.

It is based on the principles of the Free Assessment Test, and the course is open to anyone.

A golf course is a private recreational area that has an active, licensed staff, and a staff member who is required to be able to safely conduct the course and assist with any safety measures.

The Free Certification courses provide golfers with an opportunity to practice in a safe, safe and enjoyable environment.

The courses are designed for people aged between 12 and 55 years.

They are open to everyone with a disability, and people with special needs, such as learning disabilities.

For more information on the Free Certificates please visit www.fca.gov.au.

What are the requirements to join the program?

A person who has been accepted into the Free Certificate program must be a member of the Australian Golf Association, a member or an associate member of an Australian Golf Club, a person who is over the age of 18 years, or an Australian Citizen who is currently resident in Australia.

The criteria for joining the program is that a person must be aged 12 years or over and be enrolled in the Free Program and must be at least 18 years of age.

If you are a member you must meet the eligibility requirements of the program.

You must have a disability and be able, or be expected, to assist with safety and safety-related measures on the courses.

If this does not meet the criteria, you may apply for admission to the program and be considered.

There are two types of Free Certification Golf Course: the Free Course with the most courses (and the lowest fees) and the Free Track Golf Course (which has the lowest fee).

How do I join?

To join the Free Chartered Golf Course, you need to fill in the online application form at www.golf.org.au/certificates and provide the following information: your name and address, if applicable,