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Wednesday, 19 September 2018





  DGC would like to congratulate John Hamilton on being chosen as vice-captain of the Western Province Seniors. It is well-deserved and we know you are going to be a great asset to Western Province.



Well done Chris Wicks!
Congratulations to Chris Wicks for winning the St. Andrew's Club Match-play Event that ended yesterday! Well done to Sean Howell who came second in the event and to all the players who competed.


John Ekermans (Match & Handicap: Committee)
handing over the shield to Chris Wicks
 
Chris Mugno, receiving the
Captain's Trophy

Well done Chris Mugno!
Well done, Chris Mugno, for winning the Captain's Trophy last Saturday with a score of 42 individual points.


Well done to all the DGC players that played in the WPGU Rondebosch Open yesterday! They are: Chris Wicks, Ayden Senger, Tyran Snyders, Sean Howell, Joshua Smedema, Connor De Groote, Petrus Kleinbooi and Albert Johan van Zyl.

Well done to Chris Wicks who tied for 4th position overall and to Ayden Senger who tied for 10th position overall. Click here for the final scoring.



Congratulations, Sean Howell and Ayden Senger, for making the Western Province Challenge Inter-Provincial Team for 2018!




Congratulations to Pamela Jones on winning the Joan Parks Memorial Trophy on Tuesday, 3 April 2018.


Florence Harding (DGC lady Captain), Wally Parks and Pamela Jones



Congratulations to Durbanville Golf Club's Juniors who participated in the Kind David Mowbray Open yesterday!

The players who represented Durbanville are: Sean Cronje, Lourens Loubser, Connor De Groote, Thomas Bezuidenhout, Louis - JNR Loubser, Heinrich Appel, Travis Procter and Joshua Wiese.

A special well done to Sean Cronje and Lourens Loubser who tied for second place and Connor de Groote who placed 4th overall. We are proud of you all and look forward to what the future holds for you! Keep up the hard work.

Click here for the final results.

From the 2nd to the 4th April, Ayden Senger, Tyran Snyders, Sean Cronje, Joshua Smedema and Connor De Groote competed in the NOMADS SA Boys U19 Championship.

A special well done to Ayden Senger and Tyran Snyders who tied for 20th position overall. Congratulations boys, keep up all the hard work!

Click here for the final results.



     

Click on images to watch

Have a look at Jordan Rothmn and Tyran Snyders participating in the Bridge Junior series on the 15th April.

Here are the final results. Well done to Ayden, Tyran and Jordan!




Click here for WPGU’s February and March Newsletter
Click here for the Addendum to Income Statement
Click here for the Annual Report of the Executive
Click here for the Audited Financial Statements WPGU - Signed
Click here for the Minutes of the WPGU 104th AGM 2017
Click here for the NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Click here for the WGWP AGM Minutes - May 2017 DM
Click here for the
WP Golf Resolution
 



  Click here for April's Competition Results thus far.

Click here for the April Course Report.

Stay Tuned: New scorecards are being designed and printed and are on their way!





Andrew Landry won his first PGA Tour title at the Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio. He entered the final round tied for the lead alongside Zach Johnson and Trey Mullinax and shot a 4-under 68 to win by two on 17-under 271. Sean O’Hair, shot a 66, and Trey Mullinax a 69 to tie for second. Jimmy Walker was 4th on 14-under and Zach Johnson was 5th on 13-under. Retief Goosen and Dylan Frittelli were in a group tied for 20th on 5-under and Erne Els tied for 30th on 3-under

Alexander Levy won his fifth European Tour title in the Trophee Hassan II at the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam’s Red Course. His final round 70 saw him win on 8-under 280, one-shot clear of Alvaro Quiros who finished with two birdies. Erik van Rooyen was tied for the lead at one stage but his round of 73 saw him tie for 7th on 5-under. Richard Sterne, Brandon Stone and Christaan Basson were in a group tied for 22nd on level par after rounds of 74; 75 & 78 respectively.

• Sweden’s Jenny Haglund won her first LET title at the Lalla Meryem Cup in a three-way play-off on the Blue Course at the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Golf Club in Morocco. Haglund; Czech Republic’s Klara Spilkova (2017 winner) and Australian Sarah Kemp tied at the top of the leaderboard on 3-under 285. Haglund won with birdie on the second play-off hole. Lynn Carlsson finished second one shot back on 2-under while Xi Yu Lin; Julia Engstrom and Karolin Lampert tied for 5th on level par. Stacy Bregman finished 11th on 2-over and Nicole Garcia tied for 22nd on 4-over.

Moriya Jutanagarn joined her younger sister Ariya, as a winner on the LPGA Tour with her maiden win at the HUGEL-JTBC LA Open at the Wilshire CC in Los Angeles. While her sister has seven wins, it’s taken Moriya 156 starts to bag her first. She started the final round tied for the lead and was surrounded by some tough competitors, but shot a 68 to win by two on 12-under 272. Inbee Park (who moved back into 1st on the Rolex World Rankings) and Jin Young Ko, tied for second on 10-under. So Yeon Ryu was fourth on 7-under.

Bryce Easton soared up the leaderboard with a course record equaling 9-under 63 in the final round of the Zimbabwe Open at Royal Harare Golf Club. He won by one over Daniel van Tonder on 16-under 272. Van Tonder shot 65 in the final round while Peter Karmis and Christiaan Basson tied for third on 13-under. Overnight leader and defending champion, JC Ricthie fell into a tie for 5th on 12-under after a round of 73.

• India’s Rahil Gangjee won for the first time since 2004 on the Asian Tour at the Panasonic Open Golf Championship. He shot a 3-under 68 on Sunday on the West Course at Ibaraki CC in Japan to win by one over Korea’s Hyungsung Kim and Junggon Hwang on 14-under-par 270. Scott Vincent shot a final round 5-under 66 to finish in a six–way tie for 4th on 10-under and Keith Horne tied for 23rd on 6-under.

Eric Axley was on top of the leaderboard after three rounds of the Web.Com's North Mississippi Classic at The Country Club of Oxford in Mississippi. Little did he know that he would be delared the winner the next day when play was suspended due to heavy rains making the course unplayable. He had shot rounds of 71-65-68 to take pole position, three strokes clear of Willy Wilcox, Sebastian Munoz and K.H. Lee.

Kirk Triplett and Paul Broadhurst won the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge in a play-off with Bernhard Langer and Tom Lehman. The 36-team event is a favourite on the Champions Tour, which sees a mix of alternate-shot and better-ball formats being played on three courses. They tied on 24-under after Broadhurst and Triplett closed with a 6-under 48 on the Top of the Rock par-3 course. Langer and Lehman had a 5-under 47. Triplett holed out from a bunker for birdie on the first playoff hole to win. Miguel Angel Jimenez and Jose Maria Olazabal tied for third with last year’s winners Vijay Singh and Carlos Franco. Roger Chapman & David Frost finished 21st on 14-under.

Dylan Mostert had his maiden win on the Big Easy IGT Challenge Tour #1 at Silver Lakes. He had a three-shot lead going into the final round after a 5-under 67 in round two and followed that up with a 72 to win by one on 8-under 208. Cameron Moralee and Ruan Korb tied for second on 7-under and Hendrikus Stoop was third on 6-under.

• Congratulations to Karabo Mokoena from Modderfontein Golf Club in Johannesburg, who won the Boland Strokeplay at Worcester Golf Club. He shot rounds of 69-69-67 to win by one over Hennie O’Kennedy Jnr from Stellenbosch and Keegan Mclachlan from Silver Lakes on 11-under 205. Christo Lamprecht Jnr finished fourth on 8-under.

• The Sanlam South African Women's Amateur Stroke Play Championship 2018 is underway at Port Elizabeth Golf Club. Cassandra Hall leads by two over Kaylah Williams after the first round on 3-under par.

• LET stalwart and 14-time champion, Gwladys Nocera, has officially retired from tournament golf. She won the Order of Merit in 2008 and has played on four Solheim Cup teams, but at 43-years of age she is four months pregnant and has decided to embark on a new path which includes assisting the new up and coming French players.

Who’s up this week? (Please note that this is the entry list as at Monday & is subject to change)
PGA TOUR - Zurich Classic of New Orleans – John Daly & Rory Sabbatini; Brendon de Jonge & Troy Merritt; Retief Goosen & Tyrone van Aswegen; Louis Oosthuizen & Charl Schwartzel.
EUROPEAN / ASIAN TOUR – Volvo China Open – • EUROPEAN TOUR – Volvo China Open –Shaun Norris; Dean Burmester; Erik van Rooyen; Haydn Porteous; Scott Vincent; Brandon Stone;
LPGA - LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship – Ashleigh Buhai; Lee-Anne Pace; Paula Reto



For a great read about Social Golf in New Zealand written by Johan Slabbert, click here!






  Click here for more details about Water Restrictions on Level 6B.

Please note: In order to contribute to the water saving, our showers will be switched off until further notice. We thank you, in advance, for working with us to save as much water as possible!

Click here for water saving tips to avoid Day zero.



Our girls did so well this past Sunday in the SA Kids Junior tournament held at Durbanville GC!

In the girls 9 to 10 age group three of our young girls ended on the same score but due to a count out the results were as follows:

1st Caitlyn Van Ballegooyen
2nd Kirsten Byren
3rd Zimkhita Ndube

In the girls 7 to 8 age group Hannah van Heerden finished 3rd.

Girl power! Proud of you.

 
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We wish a very Happy Birthday to all those members who celebrated their birthday this month. They are:

  Rob Burns, Tara Griebenow, Dennis Lamminga, Luke Mostert, Petri Steyn, Chesney Long, Tara Nieuwoudt, Chris Roux, Nat Bickerstaff, April Bosch, Richard Bouwer, Mike Chemaly, Paddy Cobb, Patricia Gerth Van Wyk, Gareth Fox, John Sim, Antonio Ferreira, Jonathan Musikanth, Lozaan Steyn, Philip Van Schalkwyk, Monica Botha, Ourtney Groener, Gary Kalt, Eter Theron, Engela Olivier, Kevin Smith, Linden Deon Trueman, Andre’ Wainwright, Brian Crighton, Jaco Esterhuizen, Pierre Goussard, Craig Kotze, Bianna Van Blerk, Rocco Van Wyk, Fanus Ackermann, Pieter Rademan, Heinrich Reinders, Jacques Schreiber, Johannes Steyn, Joe Van Rooyen, Carina De Kock, Adriana Glover, Andrew Rich, Johannes De Lange, George Farmer, Marga Liebenberg, Nick Mastres, Frederick William Van Ieperen, Crystelle Herholdt, Karen Palm, Johan Rankin, Alfie Schneeberger, Tanya Wicker, Ursula Cloeter, Glenville Spencer, Ian Collins, Christy Smith, Jemma Louw,

Izaan Smit, Craig Jared Jacobs, Chris Feinauer, Christian Liedtke, Wilfred Mostert, Fiona Sangster, Greg Boucher, Hendrik Collins Gerryts, Pieter Daniel Nieuwoudt, Nadine Pieters, Wade Van Heerden, Anthony John Bulman, Helena Higgins, Nico Knoop, Bradley Roy Rawlings, Eckhardt Visser, Rita Wilbert, Johannes Human, Cecelia Meiring, Anneri Booysen, Sandra Cowper, Jean Gallienne, Debbie Hibbert, Nico Koch, Pieter Venter, Jason Dai, Riaan Vlok, Lehan Botha, Kyle Robin Butler, Rudolph Buys, Jan O’kennedy, Charmaine Pretorius, Candice Beaton, Carine Coetzee, Ingrid Going, Roelou Slabbert, Dewald Francois Engelbrecht, Douglas Mcaslan, Brent Werener, Christelle De Wet, Eben Fivaz, Jd Maree, Gordon Simmons, Hardy Van Der Walt, Gavin Barrett, Robert William Daniel Dunster, Anton Louw, Eduan Van Der Merwe, Joe Van Zul, Gerdre Ferreira, Anel Botha, Johan Botha, Elmari De Villiers, Japie De Wet, Irmelind Van Zyl, Riaan Anton Engelke, Gordon Nel, Kim-Lee Paliman, Tracy Phillips-Bryant, Conradt Van Wyngaardt.

We hope you had a wonderful day!



  Dear Members,

It is with sadness that Dave Bell announces that his brother, Alec Bell passed away on April 16th 2018 in Jeffreys Bay.

His ashes will be brought to Cape Town next week to be interred next to those of his beloved wife Sandra, who passed away two years ago after a short illness.

Those members who remember Alec, from his days as a member of DGC, are invited to join us at the Durbanville Memorial Park for the interment on May 2nd 2018

Sincerely, Dave
 

It is with great sadness that we hear the news of Roger Greaves’ wife’s passing on the 24th April 2018. Our sincerest condolences go out to you, Roger.
 



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The Fairway Wood is probably
as difficult a club to hit as
any in the bag.

It’s hugely useful if you
can hit it consistently,
but almost a waste of space in
the bag if you can’t.

So improvements in face technology to
increase forgiveness across
the face are welcome.
 

 
The fitting and setup of this
club is critically important.
Everything you can do to
make sure the ball launches
easily and accurately,
should be done. That includes
investing time to find the shaft that translates difficult into easy.

An assessment and fitting is of paramount importance.

 

Make sure the Fairway Woods and Hybrids in your bag are as easy to use as possible, and integrated
so that you have no big distance gaps or overlap from the clubs at the top of your bag.

 

 
Whether we’re coaching them, or you’re out with your child on the course or Range, never forget the need for FUNdamentals.

Yes, we want to teach the FUNdamentals of balance,
movement and coordination.

Yes, we want to make sure they
grasp the FUNdamentals of
hitting a golf ball.

Sure, we want them to
have the FUNdamentals of
how to play the game.

But, we want it to be
always FUN. 

But actually, it shouldn’t be different for anyone coming to learn the game. There are four steps,
and each child, or golfer, can decide where is far enough for them.

 
 

Whether it’s introducing golf to your child, helping them master the fundamentals,
or taking them to new levels of expertize, 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.

 
 


Yours in Golf,
The DGC Team


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