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Farewell to Jarryd

Dear Metropolitan Members,

It is with great sadness that my time at the Met has come to an end. I have made some great friendships and met some wonderful people during my journey. I would like to thank my team, De Waal and Lexi for the wonderful work experience we had together and I wish them all the best for the future. To my boss, Brad Forge, I would like to thank you for the opportunity I was given and all of the knowledge gained which I can take further into my career.

I look forward to still having a game or two at The Met! Thank you for all of the laughs, fun, guidance and support during my time here.

All the best,

Jarryd Frauenstein

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League news

Metropolitan Ladies League

The Metropolitan Ladies played in their first league match on Tuesday.


The Silver Team lost to Somerset West at Rondebosch 5 to 1.
The Bronze League lost to Westlake at Durbanville 2 ½ to ½ .

Jill Rabie, Brigitte Schubert, Heather Stewart, Gill Cowan,
Lizzy Du Pisanie, and Lexi Swanepoel

Metropolitan Men’s Mid Am League

The men played their first Mid Am League match on Saturday.

The Metropolitan Men lost to Durbanville at Home 5 ½ to 3 ½.

Who's been winning at the club?

Monday School 4 Ball Alliance
2 X Scores To Count
Craig Smith, Spiro Bouloukos, Rick Liebman, and Roberto Regasto
Members Competition
Betterball Stableford Koos Spangenberg and Coenraad van Graan 47pts
Members Competition
Betterball Medal Michael Liebrecht and Steven Liebrecht 62pts
Saturday (AM)
Members Competition
4 B.B.B  Bogey Plus
Roberto Regasto and Eugene Malaan
+10 c/i
Saturday (PM)
Members Competition
4 B.B.B Bogey Plus Traci Riemer and Phil Gullan +12 c/i

Revealing the lie

Too many are living with the lie
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Lie angles can be altered.
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