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Friday, September 25, 2020

We hosted the 2018 Woodlands Junior Masters from the 13th to 15th May 2018. Although the weather wasn’t on our side, the kids still managed to get through 2 rounds of the tournament.

Well done to Woodlands International College for an amazing tournament, despite the weather conditions. It was really pleasant to have all the well-mannered juniors at our club over the couple days. To all the schools that participated, we thank you for the great compliments on the golf course and the experience that was received.

Well done to Affies Boys for winning the Team Section with a score of 436 (+4) for the 2 rounds, and winning by 9 strokes. Congrats to Dean Sanders for winning the Woodlands Junior Masters as the leading school boy for the tournament, with scores of 69 & 73. Well done to Caitlyn Macnab for winning as the leading Academy Player of the tournament, with scores of 71 & 68.

  Save the date for our 1st Inaugural “Boere vs Souties” event.

We are planning to host this on the 16th June 2018.

More details to follow.                                                                                                          

Are you interested in hosting your annual golf day, golf group or just your normal regular fourball at Ebotse Links?

If you haven’t asked us yet, and are interested in making an enquiry, please call Dean Kupferman on:

Tel: 087 285 3560 / 082 497 9588

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Grant Veenstra Pro-Shop will be hosting a putt-putt competition once a month (last Friday of every month). It will be an 18 hole challenge on the putting green. The player with the 3 best scores out of the six rounds will be the winner of a custom-fitted Scotty Cameron putter.

  Competition: Individual Medal
Cost: R50 p/p
Putt Putt Course Set-up: Devaux
Time: 15:00 – 17:00
Prizes: One Scotty Cameron at the end of the sixth event.
27th April 2018 – Winner Neil Cothill 34 putts (-2 Under Par)
25th May 2018
29th June 2018
27th July 2018
31st August 2018
28th September 2018 (The winner will be announced after this event, 3 best scores)

Second events dates to be confirmed. Food and Drink will be on own account. If you have any enquiries, please speak to John, Grant or Devaux.

Keep up to date on the weather conditions, with the Weather Bug App.

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

Marthinus Jansen – 17th May
Fivo Coutsides – 18th May
Jacques Cloete – 20th May
Bevan Davies – 20th May
Pieter Muller Helamand –
21st May
Dean Roach –
22nd May
Wayne Roach – 22nd May
  Errol Strydom – 22nd May
Clint Gaffney – 26th May
Henk Klopper – 26th May
Craigh Stuart – 27th May
Raye Grundling – 28th May
Travis Grundling – 28th May


Mercedes Benz Monthly Medal - 12/05/2018

A Division
Best Nett
1st Wayne Allen 70
2nd Jaco Van Zyl 72
Best Gross
1st Kevin Monk 76
2nd Hardus Maritz 77
  B Division
Best Nett
1st Clint Gaffney 67
2nd Marcus Coetzer 68
Best Gross
1st Nelson Dias 85
2nd Phillip Johnson 88
  C Division I.P.S
1st Tony Brough 35 points c/o
2nd Jan Stiglingh 35 points

Visitor Comp I.P.S
1st Kyle Mitchell 44 points



Srixon have developed and evolved a proprietary SpinSkin technology.
The cover of the golf ball has a skin that literally allows the grooves of your club face to grip the ball.
That creates additional friction and MORE SPIN.


Those looking for tour
with leading spin rates?
Tour performance for
moderate swing speeds.
The most spin for your money? 
A 2-pce ball with SpinSkin has
distance AND great greenside performance.

If you haven’t played a Srixon golf ball with SpinSkin technology, then give it a try.
Practice around the greenside. Feel the ball remain on the face for longer.
Notice how much extra spin you can create.

We’re two weeks in to some simple advice on how to improve your
scorecard using the Par 3 holes. They’re an opportunity for everyone.
Removing risk helps.

Simple Tip #3
Where’s the easiest and safest target? Before you even look for the flag,
find the point on the green that gives you the largest room for error.

In this example, even going over the back of the target area marked will leave
you a chip and putt for a 3, so you’re looking at a 4 at worst. Go at the flag and the
consequences of a miss could be much greater. Even if you fly the flag and land in the bunker,
you’re then faced with a bunker shot back towards water. Going at the flag is a 2 or bust!

You’ll be faced with a course management challenge on all approach shots,
not just Par 3’s. Try playing a round where you take a ‘safety first’ approach to every shot.
Check out your score. Is it an improvement if you play within yourself?
Course management is an important part of your game; if you’d be interested
in an accompanied round to help with your course management,


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