Kit yourself out for summer

It won’t be long before we break down the wall to our new Pro Shop! Look out for the signs in the shop and take advantage of these unbelievable prices before it’s too late!

Polos from R300
Shorts from R399
Trousers from R499
Golf bags from R1850
15% off all hats


Do you feel lucky?

It’s that time of the year again! Enter for the MET Ladies Open Raffle for a chance to win big! Remember, it’s for a great cause!

League results

The Cape Met League Team won their second match on Saturday 4 ½ - 3 ½ against Erinvale.

Way to go guys!


Who's been winning?

Monday School
4Ball Alliance – 2 x scores to count

Kevin Botha, Clifford Mijlof, Dave Heron, and Johan de Villiers   

Ladies Day

Debbie Gibb 73 nett

Members Competition
Betterball Stableford

Yves Moutier and Colin van Wyk 40 pts

Members Competition
Betterball Medal

Roberto Regasto and Steve Moubray 58 pts

Saturday (AM)
Members Competition
4Ball Alliance – 2 x scores to count

Sam Roets, John Laskarides, Ivan Stone and Clinton Mitri 90 pts

Saturday (PM)
Members Competition
4Ball Alliance – 2 x scores to count

Richard Lemkus, Julian Dallamore, C. Jansen, and C. Van Tonder 89 pts

Spin: friend or foe?

The impact zone and launch
In the last weeks we’ve described how a simple swing fault (the angle of attack) can lower launch angle and increase spin, robbing you of 20+ metres of tee shot distance. Miss the sweet spot, and you lose more than ball speed, you also impact your launch DNA.
A common error we see is golfers consistently making contact below the sweet spot. It might still feel solid, but tests run by Golf Magazine revealed a likely loss of up to 4° of launch angle and an increase of nearly 800rpm. For the regular golfer that’s a loss of between 10 and 15 metres.

Most manufacturers are now working hard to release new drivers that protect launch and spin, as well as ball speed away from the sweet spot. That helps make significant improvements to average distance as well as increasing the distance on your perfect strikes.


Don’t let spin rob you
Book an assessment with us and let's find your personal launch DNA: the perfect match of launch and spin for the ball speed you’re creating.
Contact us >

It’s time to do something

Everyone benefits
Scientific research indicates that, despite the medical advances that are curing many diseases, the life-expectancy of the latest generation is going to be 5 years less than we currently live!
Last week we reported on the alarming rise in type-2 diabetes in children, youths, and teens.
We promoted golf as part of an active lifestyle. Well guess what?
“Golf is proven to be great for your health over your whole lifetime.”
Golf and Health and the University of Edinburgh published an infographic that highlighted the level of reduced risk of chronic health conditions if you have an active lifestyle.
If you didn’t think that golf was an active lifestyle then note
just how active it is.

Help your family live an active lifestyle
So, as well as improving the life of a child or grandchild, introducing golf to a spouse or sibling whatever their age will improve their lifestyle and contribute to a longer and better life. It’s time to do something.
Contact us for an assessment >



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