If you haven't heard yet


Handicap changes came into effect 1 October 2019

Dear Golfer

Further to the recent communications on the changes to the Handicap Rules, effective from the 1st October, attached please find a printable Summary of the Handicap Rules.

The full version of the Handicap Rules can be viewed here.

Please remember the following key issues:
1. If you are using the HNA phone App, please update it so that it is compatible with the new GolfRSA Handicap Rules, effective from 1st October 2019.

2. Please remember to make sure your round is Registered/Opened on the system by your club prior to play. If it has not been opened by the Club, you can Open/Register the round on the system using your phone App or the Club Terminal before you play.

3. You have to register/open a round on the system before you can enter a score. If you have already played the round and wish to enter a score, you still need to register/open the round first before entering the score.

4. There is a new 24-hour maximum time limit to enter a score, after which you will incur a penalty. The 24 hours starts from 23h00 on the day of play to 23h00 the following day.

Handicap changes include:
1. Maximum Score - Net Double Bogey

2. Average of the best 8 Differentials of the last 20 Rounds.

3. Exceptional Score Changed

4. 9-Hole Course Handicap and revised 9-Hole calculation

5. All Match Play scores must be entered into the Handicap System

Please read through the summary manual to familiarise yourself with the changes.

Kind regards
Handicaps Network Africa
 

AGM


Both the 71th AGM of the Golf Club and the 72th AGM of the Club is tonight, Thursday, the 3rd of October 2019.


The Golf AGM will start at 18:00. Click here to see the agenda for the evening. Here are the minutes from last year's Golf AGM (6 September 2019).

The Club AGM will start at 19:00. Click here to see the agenda for the evening. Here are the minutes from last year's Club AGM (6 September 2019).

We hope to see you all there!

Are you ready for it?


We have our WPCC Pro/Am coming up the 7th of October. Shotgun start at 11:30.

Pros: R450
Amateurs: R700

Contact 012 997 1547 to enter.

 

Who will take home the trophy?

 

Get in touch >

Another great day of golf

 
 

Get your kids into golf

 
 

Welcome to the family

 

Tennis anyone?

 
 

 Play tennis with friends

 
 

Treat yourself

 
 

Who's been winning?


Saturday 28 September 2019
Betterball Stableford
 
Pos Player A + Player B Score Voucher
       
1st  
2nd  
3rd  
4th  
5th  
M Figueira & T Wright
Norman Lansdell & Peter Goodman

G Potter & D Muntingh

R Anderson & W van Rooyen

T Carstens & Gustav (MW)
47 Points
46 Points c/o
46 Points c/o
45 Points c/o
45 Points c/o
R700
R600

R500

R400
R150

Betterball
       
Pos Player A + Player B Score Voucher
       
1st
2nd
3rd
Doron Goldstein & Walter Marques
Riaan Gerber & Hennie vd Merwe
Doron Goldstein & Zash Ebrahim
49 pts
46 pts (c/o)

46 pts (c/o)
R600
R500
R400

Sunday 29 September 2019
IPS
 
Pos Player Score Voucher
       
1st
2nd
3rd
Mike Figueira
Shane Lange
U Reyneke
39c/o
39 c/o

38 c/o
R600
R500
R400
 
 

What are you buying?

 
You want confidence that your Iron is going to help you hit a solid and accurate approach shot.
 
 
 
Why wouldn’t you want to play with a lie angle that HELPED you hit solid accurate golf shots? Why wouldn’t you play with a lie angle that GAVE YOU confidence? You should always get fitted.

 
Check your equipment
Let’s get your Irons checked. Let’s help you build confidence in your approach shots. Come and see us. Call us, or
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Champ the champion


PGA Tour’s longest player wins with Srixon Z-STAR

Cameron Champ has won his second PGA tour trophy within two years of switching to the Srixon Z-STAR XV golf ball.

  On his way to victory at this year’s Safeway Open, Champ topped the Driving Distance and Scrambling rankings. An achievement no doubt helped by playing a ball that’s long off the tee and soft around the green.

Consistently better

 
 
 
What part of your body controls your swing?  Too many golfers struggle with consistency because their hands (and arms) are too involved in their golf swing.
 
 
 A swing controlled by the hands and arms depends too much on the finer, smaller muscles. Swinging on plane becomes difficult. Consistency of ball striking is impossible. And it's much more difficult to create power.

You need to let the large muscles control the swing to create consistency and power.
 


 
 Test it out on the range
On the range, feel what part of your body starts your backswing and what part starts your downswing. Controlling the first movement of both the backswing and downswing with the correct part of your body can be a big pay-off for most of you.
Contact us >

A career in golf

 

 

 


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