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Monday, March 30, 2020



Etiquette is an integral part of the game, defining golf's core values. It describes the manner in which the game of golf should be played to ensure all players gain maximum enjoyment.

In short, it’s about respect:
• Respect for the course - leave the course as you would like to find it by repairing pitch-marks, replacing divots and raking bunkers.
• Respect for your fellow players – be sportsmanlike and polite, stay by the green to watch them hole out, and avoid distracting them.
• Respect for the game – by knowing the Rules and etiquette of golf.

Respect for Myself
I will dress neatly and wear golf or athletic shoes.
I will always try my best when I play or practice.
I will keep a positive attitude and catch myself doing something right regardless of the outcome.
I will be honest with myself, including when I keep score and if I break a rule.
I will use proper etiquette and maintain my composure even when others may not be watching.

Respect for Others
I will follow all instructions and safety rules.
I will keep up with the pace of play on the golf course.
I will be friendly, courteous and helpful.
I will remain still and quiet while others are playing and have fun without being loud and rowdy.
I will be a good sport toward others whether I win or lose.
I will encourage others to be safe and physically active.

Respect for my Surroundings
I will keep the golf course and practice areas clean and in as good or better shape than I found them.
I will clean and take care of my and others’ golf equipment.
I will be careful not to damage anything that belongs to others.

 
Respect the Course
Divots
Sand bottles are positioned on the back of your golf carts, filled with Silica Sand.


Before
 
After

Pitch Marks


Before
 
After

Raking Bunkers


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After



April – Monthly Medal

There were no results due to the afternoon storms that suspended play.
The competition fees will be carried over to the next round – 12th May 2018.

Saturday 21st April – Betterball Multiplication.




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




Is your game not showing improvement, no matter how many hours you spend on the driving range?
Ever thought that your clubs might be the problem?

Whatever the case may be, we have something coming up that could just be the solution to all your golfing problems...

Cleveland will be joining us for a Demo Day on Friday, 20 April, from 14h00 - 17h00, showcasing their latest products. That's right, we’re giving you the opportunity to try out the latest and the greatest from some of the best in the business. There will be experts to help you find your perfect fit, and this is your chance to book your spot before it’s too late. The best part? It's totally free! Bring along your current clubs for comparison, we can guarantee you faster speeds, longer distance and total control like you've never seen it before.


Get your hands on this April special!




Please note that the golf course will be hosting 2 big events in May, and the golf course will be closed to play for Members and Visitors.

7th – 10th May: PGA Nationals
13th – 16th May: Woodlands Junior Masters






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



Happy birthday to all our Members celebrating their birthday in April!


Denadasen Naicker – 22nd April
Darryn Hall – 23rd April
Andre Watson – 24th April
OG Molefe – 25th April
Mark O’Donoghue – 25th April
Craig Smith – 26th April
Giep Le Grange – 28th April
Mark Fraser – 29th April
Mark Miatovic – 30th April




Mid-Am League VS Reading
14th April 2018
Draw 4-4




Over the next several weeks, I will take you all on a journey to show you some before and after pictures of our golf course.

Hole 4: 2008 vs 2018 

 
 
Hole 5: 2008 vs 2018

 

Hole 6: 2008 vs 2018
 
 






Most golfers would benefit from a slightly higher launch and less spin on their tee shots.
The Launcher HB, as its name suggests, is designed to get the ball onto a higher and longer ball flight.
But that’s only part of the story.

 
 
Absurd ball speed from everywhere
The whole head is designed to flex along
with the face. That allows maximum
COR (or spring) to be delivered from
a much larger area.
 
Faster from everywhere
The added forgiveness is exaggerated further
by how the face cup is used to join the face
to the head. That allows the area towards
the edges to flex and offers spring
and ball speed.
 
 

 

We’ve been talking about the radical improvements in face technology and how they help your golf game.
If you want to challenge your performance off the tee, then now is the time to come and see us.

 
 

Some children can go on to be elite golfers. Some children may develop a competitive instinct.
Some children may get real social and personal value out of participating with friends.
That’s why in the pathway of golf, there are two very large parts of the plan
we should never ignore for your child.

 
 
 
Whether it’s introducing golf to your child, helping them master the fundamentals,
or taking them to new levels of expertise, we want to help. Come and talk to us about the best way to
introduce golf to your child or how to develop their ability.

 
 

 

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