Saturday, September 18, 2021 Book an assessment | | Tel: 021 430 6015


Congratulations to the Metropolitan Mixed Champions!

The McNab’s

A big THANK YOU to Truth Coffee for sponsoring the day!

The next Mixed Competition is on Sunday, the 24th of February.


The reason you need to leave work early

The first Met Sundowner of the year is today!

Sponsored by:

Don’t miss out on the Sundowner Special in the bar after the round…
750ml Castle Light Draft for the price of a 500ml Draft!

See you there!


Look great on and off the course

Everything you need in one place

Check out the new range of Zippo Sunglasses in the shop! Perfect for the sunset in this Friday’s Sundowner.

New adidas crossknit spikeless golf shoe
Perfect for after your round

  New adidas caps
In blue, red, gray, black, and white

Who's been winning at the club?

Monday School 4 Ball Alliance
2 X Scores To Count James McNab, Vanessa McNab, Norman Stewart,
and Arnold Aichinger
88pts C/I
Ladies Day
Medal And Putting Sue Moubray (Medal)
Debbie Gibb (Putting)
73 Nett
35 Putts
Members Competition
Betterball Stableford Charles Copping and James Fitzgerald 48pts
Members Competition
Betterball Stableford Tony Lupton and Paddy Syndercombe 45pts
Saturday (AM)
Members Competition
4 Ball Alliance –
2 X Scores To Count
Ezio De Biaggi, Andre Scholtz, Andy Wood-Callendar,
and Warran Jacobs
Saturday (PM)
Members Competition
4 Ball Alliance –
2 X Scores To Count
Kimon Botoulas, Gerry Botoulas, Mario Theodoropoulos,
and Demitri Zitianellis

Revealing the lie

Manufacturers try and solve problems
Most golfers lose the ball to the right. So, some manufacturers make, especially their game improvement irons, with more and more upright lies. They’re trying to find a solution to what MIGHT be a problem you have.
Research shows that for some golfers who lose the ball right, a more upright lie does change average ball flight.
It does however show that for some it has entirely different results.
Each of you is different.

Your spine tilt; knee flex; and how low or high
you prefer the handle, will not only affect lie angle;

but potentially also shaft length.
And then there’s your in-swing movement.
An inside path and outside path will probably
create different lie angle needs.
But the only way to tell is an assessment
That’s why we want you to start your journey to a better golf experience with a proper assessment.
Is your lie angle correct? Are your clubs making it harder to hit good shots?
Why not find out?
Book an assessment >

The best for you

Don’t settle for what you have 
There’s a famous saying from Dr. Bob Rotella:
Great advice for when you’re on the golf course in competition.
But for most golfers, the implication of that is “most longer clubs stay in the bag forever”.  
Most golfers struggle with consistency when using fairway woods, hybrids, longer irons,
and sometimes even mid-irons, so how do you apply this advice?
Do most of these clubs remain unused in the bag forever?
We have some sports psychology for you:
Get a better experience
By increasing the length of club that you can hit consistently from the fairway, you change your golf game.
Escape from difficult positions becomes easier. Setting up opportunity becomes easier.
Both of those lead to a better playing experience.
Contact us >



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