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St Paddy's Day success


St. Patrick’s Day Pro-Am


Another huge thank you to the McNab’s for putting on another successful
St. Patrick’s Day Pro-Am in support of the Hurdy Gurdy House.
Thank you for opening your hearts to such a great cause!

Some more photos of the festive fun had by all:

  

 

And the winner is...


James Wade (left) accepting the trophy from De Waal.

James Wade and Keagan Beyer shared the win! Both pros shot 69 to take home the title!

Congratulations to the winning 4-Ball on the day consisting of Roux Burger, Mick Callaghan, Ross Callaghan, and Marlon Swarts.

Another big thank you must go to our sponsors! Your kindness has not gone unrecognized!

 

Ladies only


Ladies Section

The Met ladies played for the Hudson Cup last Tuesday.

Lexi Swanepoel won the Singles Medal competition with a 75 nett.
 

Lexi proudly showing off her silverware.
 

Time for golf!


Hollowtining is finished!


The hollowtining process in full effect.

Thank you for your patience and understanding last week! The greens are finished and will soon recover back to their original excellence!


Contact us now to book your round this week!
 

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Reminder!

 
Remember to book for the Monthly Mixed Competition on the 14th of April!
R295 p/p

Includes golf, a snack, and prizes!


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Results from the past few weeks

           
Tuesday 12th March - Ladies Day   
Individual medal
The Hudson Cup
Lexi swanepoel 75
           
Wednesday 13th March - Members Competition   
4ball alliance – 2 x scores to count
Colin Justus, Trevor Pothecary, Glenn Gonsalves and John Worsley 90pts
            
Thursday 14th March - Members Competition
Betterball bogey plus
Steve Newlan and Luis Rosa +11
            
Saturday 16th March (AM) - Members Competition
Betterball medal
Thys de Beer and Nick Robertson   60
           
Saturday 16th March (PM) - Members Competition
Betterball medal
Dave Gordon and Tony Dunn  62
      
Thursday 21st March - Members Competition
4 ball alliance – 2 x scores to count
Kevin Botha, Stan Gorman, Arnold Aichinger and Colin Bell 90pts C/I
   
Saturday 23rd March (AM) - Members Competition
Betterball stableford
Lee varie and Sam Roets 48pts

Saturday 23rd March (PM)
- Members Competition
Betterball stableford 
Arthur Bisig and Billy Hughes 48pts C/I

Your fitting survey

 
Don’t neglect your options
 
We’d like you to give us 3 minutes of your time to complete a survey that will allow us to provide you with a better and more personal service. With your individual responses, we get a much better idea of
how we can help you. This is a win-win survey.
 
Give us your answers now >

 
Too many golfers carry clubs in their bags they very rarely use and then don’t have clubs they’d use on at least a third of the holes (if they
were in the bag). How many
wedges do you carry?
 
And while we’re on the subject of clubs used on every hole; most golfers play with a putter
that has a shaft length that was probably never validated as being the right length for them.
 
 
Was your putter fitted or was it trial and error?
 
Fill in your survey
That’s why we’d like you to complete this survey and
let us know what’s most important to you and your
playing experience.
You want it now
Are you one of the many with a handicap between
12 and 17 who could easily be single figures if only
you had a better short game? Let’s see.
 
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The Par 3 Advantage

 
Knowing how to use hybrids
 
The hybrid was invented to provide regular golfers with distance and consistency with longer shots. More forgiving and easier to use.
 
 
 But we’ve picked up a lot of uncertainty amongst golfers on how to use hybrids. From the fairway, is it played like an iron or a fairway wood? And, is it the same when you tee up the ball?
 
 
You’ll find a lot of Par 3’s that are in the long iron/hybrid distance area. It’s deliberate. On at least one or more of the holes the course designer wants to test the longer end of your approach-shot-bag. Make your hybrids your favourite clubs by learning how to use a hybrid from the tee and the fairway. It changes the game.
 
Make Par 3 improvement a priority
 
Technique matters. It helps to make your playing experience as enjoyable as possible. Golf becomes more fun. Be proud of your technique. Be as good as you can be.
 
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