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Greetings from Meyer Tuesday, 24 April 2018

Dear Homeowners, Members and Guests,

We are extremely excited to inform you that for the first time ever San Lameer has now entered a men’s SKZN Handicap League Team. It will be challenging finding enough players but with the support from the regular members I am confident that we will fill a team and fly the San Lameer flag with great pride.

There are 6 teams playing 5 games a year, all played at different clubs
Three teams will get three home games and two away games.
Three teams will get two home games and three away games.
(This is then reversed the next year.).

The team will consist of 8 players. Maximum handicap is 16 but this does not stop a player with a higher handicap playing (as long as he plays off the maximum of 16).

All league games will be played on a Sunday, in the morning a Betterball and in the afternoon a Singles.

Herewith the proposed dates:

Proposed fixtures (Home team mentioned first)

Round 1 - 30 April
Margate vs Selborne
Port Shepstone vs Umdoni Park
San Lameer vs Southbroom

Round 2 - 21 MAY
Southbroom vs Umdoni Park
Port Shepstone vs Margate
Selborne vs San Lameer

Round 3 - June 11
Selborne vs Southbroom
Umdoni Park vs Margate
San Lameer vs Port Shepstone

Round 4 - 16 July

Port Shepstone vs Selborne
Margate vs Southbroom
Umdoni Park vs San Lameer

Round 5 - 13 August

Selborne vs Umdoni Park
Southbroom vs Port Shepstone
San Lameer vs Margate

Carts to be charged at R250 for the day, as per agreement with clubs. Green fees are complimentary. This is a great way to build camaraderie en make new friends with our neighbouring clubs. This year we didn’t budget for team uniform but should you or your business be interested in sponsoring the first league uniform, please feel free to contact me.

Should you be interested to play please send me an e-mail for us to put your name down.

Windhoek Pairs
Don’t forget to enter for the popular Windhoek Pairs on
Wednesday, 22nd of March.

Please note a compulsory R60 competition fee will be charged over and above your normal playing fees.

Expired pro shop vouchers
Please note that as per our auditor's request all vouchers must be claimed within 12 months from date of issue. Should you have any vouchers that have already expired, we will be more than happy to still honour expired vouchers until 30 September 2017 but unfortunately thereafter they will be on a strict 12-month validity from date of issue. We thank you for your understanding in this regard.

Please take note that May 2017 is an exceptionally busy month at the Country Club and therefore want to bring it to everyone’s attention well in advance should you be planning to visit San Lameer.

We are hosting the following tournaments:

Bargain Wholesalers - 9 May 2017
Tee for Two - 11 – 13 May 2017
SA Country Districts - 14 – 19 May 2017
Data Centrix - 20 May 2017
Wild Coast Challenge - 22 May 2017
Rhino Cash & Carry -  25 May 2017

We apologise if this may cause any inconvenience to anyone who had trips planned already but trust that you will recognise the importance of these tournaments and corporate days at San Lameer. As mentioned above, we will be closed from 11-20 May so I will arrange reciprocal rates with our neighbouring courses. Please e-mail me the your preferred date, course and tee times so I can book this for you. We are blessed to have Wild Coast, Southbroom, Margate and Port Shepstone to choose from, so please do not hesitate to contact me to make alternative bookings for you.

This week we continue to spray for foreign grasses on fairways, so yellowing is expected. Greens continue to improve in density and smoothness.

-Albertyn Sauerman –

15 March 2017 - Individual Stableford

1st Kobus De Lange 37 Points
2nd Alexandra Huber 36 Points
3rd Ursula Spoerri 34 Points
4th Karl Mosburger 33 Points c/I

Nearest to the pin on hole 9
Ruth Mosburger
Nearest to the pin on hole 14 Ursula Spoerri

Longest drive on hole 3 (Men) Karl Mosburger
Longest drive on hole 3 (Ladies) Ruth Mosburger


Property on the Estate

SAN LAMEER, the Golf Estate that set the precedent for all Golf Estates that followed. Set on the South Coast of Kwa-Zulu Natal. San Lameer has approximately 1.2 km of private beach-frontage, two Blue Flag Bathing Beaches and 200 hectares of Sanctuary. Take a look below at the properties available on the estate for sale. You’ve earned it. Make it yours!

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We’ve had a couple of enquiries from people who’d like to rent on the estate on a semi-permanent basis. Should you be interested in doing this on a 3-6 month basis, please send me a mail so I can pass your details on to requesting visitors.

Golf, what a strange game?

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Motivational quote of the week

Life is about laughing & living in good & bad times. Getting through whatever comes our way & looking back with a smile. - Unknown

I'm gonna make the REST of my LIFE, the BEST of my LIFE. - Unknown

Golf quote of the week

"The difference between golf and government is that in golf you can't improve your lie."
- George Deukmejian

"If I hit it right, it's a slice. If I hit it left, it's a hook. If I hit it straight, it's a miracle." - Unknown

Are you going longer and feeling good?

A while ago, those who didn’t want to play with a premium priced golf ball, had to play with a brick if they were looking for distance, or a golf ball that went nowhere, if they wanted a softer feel. That has changed, and each year we see more and moreimprovement in the combination of feel and distance in 2-pce golf balls. The Srixon Soft Feel has improved year after year and
now you get tremendous ball speed and carry, along with a much softer feel.

Srixon cores provide faster ball speeds
with a softer compression.

Covers have become thinner
(without losing durability) and softer.
A big, big plus on the shorter shots.

Advanced construction techniques have
allowed different areas of the Srixon core
to react differently. That means lots of
energy transfer on shots with long clubs,
and a greater feel on the short shots.


The Srixon SoftFeel today is a real marvel of technology: materials, design, and construction.
But that matters much less than the impact it has on your enjoyment every time you make a golf shot.
If you want advice on which golf ball will offer you which benefits, then please come and chat to us.

Keeping another scorecard to tell another story

 A tip to improve
your percentages

Obviously the lie and shot you have from 40 metres in or less has a large impact on your average score from this range.

Better players influence the chance of a tough greenside shot by making sure that, when planning their approach shot, they reduce the chances of missing the green “on the wrong side”.

Shouldn’t the rest of us, who’re less accurate with our approach shots be doing that?

If your average shots from 40 metres in is over 3, then set out to make an improvement. Everyone of you should be under 3. Most of the time it’s a chip, short-pitch or greenside bunker shot onto the green and 2 putts. Sometimes it’s 1 putt. Those are the three shots you need to master by the way: chip, short-pitch, greenside bunker. Gain the fundamentals, then become a master.

Happy golfing!

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