Brookside, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, AustraliaA care course is a course that is defined by the course owner, its members, or the course administrator.
Care courses are generally managed by a group of professional golfers, often with a golf club.
In the UK, the care courses are known as golf clubs and are owned and managed by the Association of Golf Clubs of Australia (AGCA).
In Australia, care courses can be owned and operated by individual members or by the clubs association or the governing body.
In some care courses there are no clubs involved and are managed independently of the club.
The term “care course” is used in Australia to describe courses which are operated and maintained by a single entity.
This is not a common practice in Australia.
There are many different types of care courses and the care clubs are not considered to be part of the same industry.
The word “care” is not used in the UK.
It is a common name for golf courses in Australia, but it is not defined in the law in the way it is used by the Australian courts.
For example, the UK law does not define “care courses” as being courses that provide recreational or golf-related activities, but instead defines the term as a course for a golf course to provide recreational and golf-type activities.
The definition of “care club” does not apply to Australian courts, but the meaning is the same.
Care clubs in Australia may be owned or managed by individual golfers or clubs associations, and they may have a golf-style structure.
However, care clubs in the United Kingdom and the United States are also called golf clubs, and the definition of golf club in those jurisdictions is similar to the Australian definition.
If a care course has been described as “care”, it is likely that it is a golfing course and therefore is covered by the golf licensing legislation.
However the definition does not include the type of course or activity that is described in the terms and conditions.
This is because the definition applies to the type and type of event.
The care courses definition includes golf-themed courses, such as golf courses, golf courses of a high standard, or courses which cater to the needs of the community.
The courts have not defined the word “golf” in the same way in Australia as they have in the U.K.
A care golf course is defined in both the law and the regulations.
A golf course must meet a number of conditions to be considered to meet the care requirement.
The following are some of the requirements that must be met in order for a care golf club to be classified as a care club.
Golf course: A golf course meets the requirements of the Golf Licensing Regulation 2003.
The regulation requires the club to:A.
have at least three members, with no more than three persons being a member in any one month.
B. be managed by an adult who is at least 18 years of age.
C. be maintained by at least one member who is aged 18 years or over and not a member of the general public.
Gymnasium: A club has to meet at least two of the following requirements:1.
the club must have at the time of the establishment of the premises, a maximum of five persons.2.
it must be a gymnasium or a sports centre.3.
it has to have at any time an open water and grass facility for playing golf.
The club must be managed and operated on a sustainable basis.
It must be in a community that is conducive to golfing.
It may not be a golf training facility.
Gap and gap-like courses are considered to have a high level of risk and are usually subject to strict licensing conditions.
The requirements for a gap-type course are similar to those for a high-quality golf course.
Garden and garden-like golf courses are subject to a licensing regime that requires a licensing fee to be paid to the club, and may be subject to other requirements.
A club may be deemed to be in “care”.
However, a club is not considered in “health care” or “education” unless it meets all of the conditions outlined in the definition.
The conditions that must meet in order to be deemed in “medical care” include being an accredited professional sports organisation, having a registered practice of medical medicine, having two or more physicians as members and having a valid health care licence.
A medical practitioner is a medical practitioner who has received a training course at least in one of the listed disciplines, and who has been registered as such by the relevant medical boards.
The law in Australia also requires that the care golf courses must have a website.
The website must include the name and address of the relevant club, the name of the owner of the care course, and a description of the courses and activities.
The description must be clear and concise and include details of the nature of the course and activities,