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Monday, July 13, 2020



Masters week 2018 has officially begun, and we have an eventful week to share with you.

Wednesday 4th April – Ebotse Masters Par 3 Challenge (see poster below for full details)
Tee times: 15h00 – 16h30
Masters 2018 Par 3 Challenge will be televised in the Pot Bunker.
Ebotse Masters Meal - Prego rolls, salads and fries will be available to eat after golf for R75-00pp.

Friday 5th – Masters Friday at Ebotse Links

Live entertainment from 16h00.

 

Saturday 6th – Ebotse Masters 2018 (Members Only)
The annual Ebotse Masters will be this Saturday.

Defending Champion – Graeme Chown
Format – Individual Medal Stableford
Players play off a Scratch Handicap (0) and add their handicap afterwards to their points.
Comp Fee – R100.

 



Happy Easter to all for the past weekend, hope that you all had a great weekend!

Thank you to everyone for supporting the golf club over the weekend.

For those who weren’t here, here are a few numbers from the weekend.

Green Fees – 522
Golf Carts – 190.5

Halfway House:
60 Burgers, with 106 sides of Fries
122 toasted sandwiches
108 cups of coffee
 



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02/04/2018 - IPS Comeptition

Members
1st Neil De Bruin, 42 points
2nd Kevin Monk, 39 points
3rd Bert Rushby, 37 points
4th Stuart Carter, 37 points
5th David Rees, 35 points

Visitors
1st Chris Kollmann, 40 points
2nd Rico Sutil, 38 points

31/03/2018 - Combined Stableford

Morning Field
1st Nicole Garcia/Lynda Smit, 72 points
2nd Rodney Smith/John Moore, 70 points
3rd Lynn Saunders/Theresa Ross, 66 points

Afternoon Field
1st Dean Roach/Graeme Watson, 80 points
2nd Willem Matthysen/Michael Meewes, 77 points
3rd Liam Hoffmann/Wynand Hefer, 74 points

30/03/2018 - Better Ball Stableford

Members Competition
1st Kevin Venter/Tony Brough, 48 points
2nd Errol Civin/Harry, 48 points
3rd Kevin Venter/Linda Venter, 46 points

Visitors Competition
1st David Panaino/Dylan Panaino, 49 points
2nd Marco Dos Santos/Jonty Matthew, 47 points



  Buy any two 2017 caps and get the third cap free.

Srixon ball promo on Z-star and Z- star XV - R199 for a two pack.

Srixon ball promo on the NEW AD333 golf ball - R150 for a two pack.

All Galvin Green Clothing 40% OFF

All Puma clothing 40% OFF

Reserve your items here!





Would you like to have your function at Ebotse Links?
Get hold of Sarah Kardolus at events@ebotselinks.com or on 0872853563, and find out about the Members Special Rate for venue hire.



Mike Meewes – 4th April
Ettiene De Bruin – 5th April
William Brett – 8th April
Errol Civin – 8th April
Anastasia Catanho – 14th April
Mark Irvine – 14th April
Gavin Glass – 16th April
Denadasen Naicker – 22nd April
  Darryn Hall – 23rd April
Andre Watson – 24th April
OG Molefe – 25th April
Mark O’Donoghue – 25th April
Craig Smith – 26th April
Giep Le Grange – 28th April
Mark Fraser – 29th April
Mark Miatovic – 30th April
 



  Senior League VS Germiston
13th March 2018
Ebotse Links Drew 3/3

Handicap League VS Daveyton
Ebotse Links Won 4.5/1.5
Currently in 1st position with 3 points after 2 games.
  Mid-Am League VS Germiston
10th March 2018
Ebotse Links won 5/3

Ladies League
13th March 2018
Ebotse Links won 2/1





Have you ever dusted your Driver face with a powder to record your strike pattern?
You should try it. It can be quite revealing and will probably underline why the advances
in 2017 and 2018 Driver faces have been so important.

 

Obviously for the 15 handicap and above, given their strike pattern, the improvements in shot consistency
from the new faces, will be quite dramatic. But, lower handicap golfers have less room for error,
so even small improvements make a dramatic impact.

 
The Cleveland HB Launcher Driver has a number of design features that promote a consistently higher launch,
but it also has some real innovation in the face and head design to accommodate your strike pattern.


We’d like to work with any golfer interested in playing more often.
We’re keen to make sure everyone of our golfers is on the fairway off the tee more often.
Interested?
 
 

If you know a child between the ages of 6 and 13, do you want their sporting participation to be about
becoming an elite athlete, or do you really want them to have fun socializing while learning some
movement and balance skills? Let them try golf!

 
 

There’s a lot of evidence supporting the argument that we should make sure that enjoyment and a
multi-sport approach are fundamental to their early development.

 
 
As coaches we want children to be safe, to feel settled, comfortable and integrated with other children,
and of course to progress. But as well as progress, we need to provide them with the levels of enjoyment
and fulfilment that will keep them active, happy, and connected to a pastime that
will be very valuable to their life. 
 

Come and talk to us about the best way to introduce golf to your child
or how to develop their ability.

 
 

 

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