Tee Set Championships: Saturday this week!

We look forward to the Championships and as of writing, we have just 1 spot open should anyone be interested. Please sign up here: 2020-tee-set-championship-registration/  and will confirm by return with all the details of the day. For all those signed up, you should have received a welcome note and all the details for the day. If not or if you are unable to now join, please let us know asap.

Not to forget that for those missing a Sunday round at Matoa on the last Sunday of November, our friends from D.O.G.S will be having their weekly event the next day having kindly exchanged playing days with us this week to accommodate our arrangements. Your immediate past President will be out supporting them and would be pleased to see many Tee Setters doing the same.

Election of President at Championship: Update

As was previously announced, I’ll be stepping down as of this Saturday as President. We did a call out for members interested and willing to step forward into the role for the coming year but there was nobody ready at this time to take up the mantle. Subsequently, 2 of our former Presidents therefore kindly stepped forward and volunteered to “hold the fort” pending identifying a new recruit to the position. After some discussions as a group, including the current and potential new committee members, we are proposing rather than having a beauty contest on Saturday for the role of President, that we move back to a flatter structure with more committee positions and members sharing the work load of running the Society and making decisions collectively as a group.

We will therefore be proposing this structure to the membership on Saturday with the initial slate of committee members. So far, Craig Ewers, Geoff Thwaites, Ric Wymer, Bill Lloyd and David Baglivo have agreed to form the nucleus of the new committee but we would also like to add a few more members to cover roles which we feel could usefully be filled. Please let Roger, Ric or Bill know by return if you are interested to join the committee so we can add you to the slate on Saturday; if there are still positions open after Saturday, and assuming the membership concurs with the proposal, the new committee will be looking to tap a few of you on the shoulder to help out.

Other Events & Activities

  1. BWA Charity Auction: In light of the social restrictions and cancellation of events, BWA are running an on-line auction for the SeaTrek sailing adventure to help raise funds for their charities. Please see the Classified’s Page for more details and the link for bidding.
  2. ISCO Charity Event: The next event will be on 4th December at Riverside. Please see the Classified Page on how to sign up if you are interested.
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Sunday 22nd November 2020 Gading Raya

The Day

Officially the last event of the Tee Set calendar for the current presidential year as the statistics for the Championships go into the next year and it was good to see a healthy turn-out of regulars join us for the day. We kicked off the day with the presentation of October’s Monthly Medal to Juju Juhairiah having finally got her, the shield and the medal all in one place. September’s winner, Mark Johnson was on hand to pass it over…. with the out-going president not armed with the Tee Set camera, no other shots of the day were taken but we are grateful one which was sent over for the post …

                

We arrived under sunny skies but sat at the first tee waiting our turn, the heavens opened and we were subjected to a heavy deluge and some thunder. Sensible precautions were taken by all and the course closed down for 40 minutes whilst the storm passed, following which we were able to get out and enjoy a relatively smooth round. Having got to the starter hut 20 minutes early, the delay did not affect our ability to be around well before dark and enjoy some refreshments as we dried off in the clubhouse afterwards.

Welcome backs to Patrick Wasler, Stefan Thiele and Manfred Borer… and a warm thank you to Mark Johnson and Bill Lloyd for their assistance with the administration and presentations on the day.

The Play

The softer greens after the rains ensured that we had no Monster Putter this week but this was more than made up by the 6 way tie for Most Strokes involving Dimitri Burge, Fred Papachristidis-Bove, Patrick Wasler, Stefan Thiele, Timo Karonen and Tom Grace. A modest return of 2 skirts also kept the Treasurer happy too, thanks to Detlef Bluemke and Philip Shaferdieck.

First Sandy went to Mark Johnson and First Birdie to Richard Mau whilst Roger Finnie had a shocking day tee to “not quite the green” and so cleaned up on Low Putts to complete the skills prizes of the day. Low Gross went to Dave Prosser.

Our Low Net winners were Andy Coop, Bill Lloyd and on a count-back from Vanco Pop-Petrovski, Philip Shaferdieck.

Congratulations to all our winners and thanks again to Gading Raya management for their arrangements on the day. Detailed results are here: Gading Raya results 2211

Tee Set Championships: Saturday this week not Sunday!

Despite many messages that we thought would have provided relative clarity including most recently, an email to all confirmed participants, that we had moved the Championships to Saturday this year, various players signed up for the event have been noted organizing their Saturday games for this week…. we trust its clear now – its on Saturday … also the event is full with a waiting list so if anyone does decide to make other arrangements or cannot play, please let us know asap by replying to the welcome mailer sent out yesterday.

Not to forget that for those missing a Sunday round at Matoa on the last Sunday of November, our friends from D.O.G.S will be having their weekly event the next day having kindly exchanged playing days with us this week to accommodate our arrangements. Your immediate past President will be out supporting them and would be pleased to see many Tee Setters doing the same.

Other Events & Activities

  1. Thanksgiving Golf Event: In the absence of the traditional AMCHAM event this year, a Thanksgiving Golf event is being arranged at Jagorawi New Course on Thursday 26th November with a 9.00am tee off followed by an optional lunch. Cost for golf is Rp600k in a shared cart and if enough people opt for lunch, then a turkey lunch will be ordered in for an additional Rp300k. Anybody interested please contact Bill Lloyd at bill.lloyd@asiantigers-indonesia.com
  2. BWA Charity Auction: In light of the social restrictions and cancellation of events, BWA are running an on-line auction for the SeaTrek sailing adventure to help raise funds for their charities. Please see the Classified’s Page for more details and the link for bidding.
  3. ISCO Charity Event: The next event will be on 4th December at Riverside. Please see the Classified Page on how to sign up if you are interested.
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Message from the President

To All Tee Setters, Sponsors, Committee Members and Supporters

You are receiving this as I am starting to play my last round as Tee Set President, weather permitting, after an enjoyable and rewarding 3 1/2 years. We now have at least one nomination for the role of President in 2020/21, the appointment of which will be formally anointed by the players present at the Championships next Saturday; I look forward thereafter to stepping back into the playing ranks as our new President and his/her Committee takes Tee Set forward to its next chapter.

It has been a pleasure to meet so many keen fellow golfers, to welcome new arrivals to Jakarta on behalf of the Society and to enjoy good golf with good people, on great courses at great prices. It never ceases to amaze me how far and wide the Tee Set legend has spread and that so many people already have us on their “to do” list by the time they arrive in Jakarta.

It has also been an honour to have been entrusted for these last few years to be a part of Tee Set’s enduring legacy. A couple of highlights of this time for me are the strengthening of our connections with the wider golfing fraternity here in Jakarta, including helping make handicaps more consistent across several of the week-end and mid-week golfing groups, and to have finally set down a fairly accurate version of Tee Set’s history on the website: click here if you have not yet read it https://teesetgolf.wordpress.com/tee-set-history/ ….. the rest I will leave to you all to gossip about….

There are a great number of people who step up to make Tee Set tick and they are a regular source of inspiration. A heartfelt and huge thank you to all the committee members, our fantastic and ever supportive sponsors, the golf course managers, the members who step in week to week to help with on-course administration and our band of secretaries who help out behind the scenes – it all happens due to your support and I am very appreciative of the contributions you have all made to make Tee Set run so smoothly. I would also like to thank the former Tee Set Presidents who have all made themselves available for guidance and to share ideas with so that we keep true to the spirit of the Society as the baton is passed from one period to the next.

I am not going anywhere, although I may be spending a few more Sundays with my family in the coming months as Jane has supported me, and therefore all of you, in allowing me the latitude and not inconsiderable time it takes to run Tee Set. I look forward to another grand event at our Championships next week and to rejoining the back benches thereafter…

All the best and happy golfing

Roger Finnie

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Next Up Gading Raya Sunday 22nd November 2020

Back to one of our favourite courses as we head out down the Tangerang-Merak toll to Gading Raya where we are well looked after. This Graham Marsh design is a nice but challenging parkland style course and we usually see some good scores returned as it offers plenty of scoring opportunities for those playing well. Equally, the strategically placed bunkers and gentle turns in the fairways can present a challenge for the unwary. With our good tee times, we’ll be finished nice and early leaving plenty of time to enjoy the service and refreshments in the clubhouse afterwards.

Tee times off 1 & 10 at 11.30am have been confirmed along with the attractive pricing of Rp850,000 with carts. If you are able to join us please sign up here and we look forward to seeing all who can make it on Sunday.

Thanksgiving Golf Event

In the absence of the traditional AMCHAM event this year, a Thanksgiving Golf event is being arranged at Jagorawi New Course on Thursday 26th November with a 9.00am tee off followed by an optional lunch. Cost for golf is Rp600k in a shared cart and if enough people opt for lunch, then a turkey lunch will be ordered in for an additional Rp300k. Anybody interested please contact Bill Lloyd at bill.lloyd@asiantigers-indonesia.com

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Sunday 15th November 2020 Imperial Golf Klub

The Day

What looked like a strong turn-out as we woke up Sunday morning became a healthy one by tee off as various commitments for work, injuries and good Saturday night outs accounted for 7 or 8 sign-ups during the morning. Imperial unusually presented an early logistical challenge as the car park was overly full on arrival leaving several players needing to undertake a short hike from an over-flow area outside the course grounds after dropping off their bags. Less unusually was the late in the day discussion on starting time which after some negotiating assistance remained at 11.55am off both tees… an issue we were to discover they resolved by sending 5 balls and 6 balls off ahead of us from the 1st tee making it painstakingly slow going for those starting on the front 9 including our match play finalists … frustrations then further exasperated by a lack of beer at the drinks huts whilst we waiting for our turns to tee off….!!

These irritations aside, we were to enjoy excellent weather and a course playing in good condition. The fairways were well presented and greens running smoothly, whether they were fast or slow seemed to be based on where Saturday’s round had been played but nobody was to be caught out with a fine either way.! Overall always a good golfing challenge reflected by only 2 players shooting under their handicap on the day.

A warm Tee Set welcome to Pongsak Dejmark (pictured above 2nd right) and a welcome back to Geoff Thwaites after 39 weeks. A thank you to VP Ric Wymer for the scoring and presentations and to Craig Edwards and Jens Roestel for their assistance with the mornings administration.

The Play

No Monster Putter and a solitary skirt to Indar Dhaliwal belied a course which caught most players out at least once in the round, evidenced by the long list of Most Strokes contenders headed by Craig Edwards and David Baglivo.

 

A difficult front nine saw David Prosser roar home to take home Most Improved whilst Michael Mueller and Warut Waramit shared First Sandy. Newcomer Pongsak Dejmark was awarded First Birdie and Jari Antikainen Low Putts.

Channeling his inner Bryson DeChambeau, our own long hitting Gaurav Shirke took home Low Gross whilst our Low Net winners were  Steve Sutton, Srinivas Murthy and Indar Dhaliwal.

Congratulations to all our winners and detailed results are here: Imperial 1511Results

Tee Set Match-Play Championships: Final

Sunday saw the final of this year’s Match-Play played out between 2 of Tee Set’s stalwarts in the Inter-League team and refereed by 2019 Champion Roger Finnie. The match was a long one as it got held up by the slow groups in front which made for a disjointed round but the final result saw Arnold Castillon win 4&2 over Mark Johnson. Congratulations to both players for reaching the final of a competitive competition this year and to Arnold who received the Ric Wymer Match-Play Trophy from the man himself during the prize-giving.

Tee Set Championships: Saturday 28th November 2020 at Cengkareng Golf Course –Full so Waiting List is Open

With just 13 days to go, we are in the home stretch with arrangements for the 2020 Tee Set Championships. Registrations are open here: 2020-tee-set-championship-registration/. A thank you to the Cengkareng management who allocated a few extra spots so we could accommodate 112 players but we are already fully subscribed so any further sign-ups will go onto the waiting list on a first come first reserved basis. A list of those signed up is here so those who think they have signed up can check we got your registration… if you signed up but don’t see your name please contact Roger asap: Sign Up tracking 2020 by name

We will be providing the groups to Cengkareng on Friday this week for their preparation and so if anyone has a major objection to their proposed group allocation please contact Roger Finnie asap – because of the knock-on effects to other groups, we will not be making further changes after Friday other than to accommodate drop-outs and reserve players. To more easily see your assigned grouping please check here: Sign Up tracking 2020 by flight

President Election: Nominations are now closed and a new President will be appointed by those Tee Set members present at the Championships on 28th November.

Next Up: Gading Raya Sunday 15th November 2020

Back to one of our favourite courses as we head out down the Tangerang-Merak toll to Gading Raya where we are well looked after. This Graham Marsh design is a nice but challenging parkland style course and we usually see some good scores returned as it offers plenty of scoring opportunities for those playing well. Equally, the strategically placed bunkers and gentle turns in the fairways can present a challenge for the unwary. With our good tee times, we’ll be finished nice and early leaving plenty of time to enjoy the service and refreshments in the clubhouse afterwards.

Tee times off 1 & 10 at 11.30am have been confirmed along with the attractive pricing of Rp850,000 with carts. If you are able to join us please sign up here and we look forward to seeing all who can make it on Sunday.

 

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Next Up: Imperial Sunday 15th November 2020 11.55am

 

Sunday sees us return to our local “K”  klub, Imperial. Imperial’s layout is always a strong golfing challenge and the Club House offers excellent views over the course to enjoy along with the good service and your chosen refreshment.

Tee time is 11.55 a.m. and the price Rp995,000 with carts. We will need to provide names to the course on Saturday morning latest so please sign up as soon as you can to help us with the administration with Imperial. Those that can join us please sign up here.

Tee Set Championships: Saturday 28th November 2020 at Cengkareng Golf Course – 5 slots remaining

With just over 2 weeks to go until the last week-end in November, we are in the home stretch with arrangements for the 2020 Tee Set Championships. Registrations are open here: 2020-tee-set-championship-registration/. A thank you to the Cengkareng management who allocated a few extra spots after we hit 100 sign-ups so we can now accommodate 108 players. With 103 players already signed up, there are just 5 slots remaining….any extras go onto the waiting list on a first come first reserved basis. A list of those signed up is here so those who think they have signed up can check we got your registration… if you signed up but don’t see your name please contact Roger asap: Sign Up tracking 2020

President Election: Last Call Nominations close 15th November 2020

Last call for any candidates as we will close the nomination window on Sunday. If you are willing to take on this prestigious position and wish to put your name in the hat for the election which will be held at the Championships, with the results available within the day :-), please contact our election convener, Keith Miller at keith.steuart.miller@gmail.com

Call for sponsors

Thank you to those sponsors Hot Hed, Asian Tigers, LF Logistics, Asia Serv, PT Delta, Mayapada Healthcare, JIIB, Loesche, JS Luwansa, Sumo Caddy and Schenck Process who have all confirmed their sponsorship for this year’s event. Not unexpectedly, a few of our regular sponsors have also been challenged by the current situation are not able to renew so we are looking for a couple of new sponsors to ensure we can make the day run as smoothly as ever. Please contact Ric Wymer if you can help out at any level.

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Sunday 8th November 2020 Jagorawi New Course

Blood Request: Thank you on behalf of Chris Whaley

A huge thank you to everyone who answered the call last week for blood donations, we had over 15 responses offering assistance and the support is much appreciated. The call was sent out by many of the golf groups here and it is heartwarming to see the community pulling together in an hour of need. Chris has since had a successful surgery and is recovering.

The Day

Sunday saw 33 Tee Setters turn-out to test their skills on the challenging Jagorawi layout. Everything was well prepared for the group with a mini-shot gun arranged so we could start not too late after the morning groups had finished so our main decision to make on the morning being whether to play the Old or New layout. After some discussion, the recent coring on the Old Course finalized our decision to tackle the New Course although having an Old Course score card did confuse a couple of groups for a little while…

Having gathered for the shot-gun start, we headed out to the assigned tee boxes just as the thunder clapped and the heavens opened. Fortunately, the rain did not last long and by the time most groups finished their opening holes it had given way to a fairly still, cloudy afternoon which brightened up as the day wore on. We were to finish fairly quickly and under sunny skies; the prize-giving was held on the terrace and several groups enjoyed a late finish as we relaxed after all the announcements and put the world to rights.

A warm welcome to Guillaume de Gantes who joined us for the first time and welcome back to Vanco Pop-Petrovski who was back after a couple of years away last week but as we did not have individual results, we picked it up this week instead.

Many thanks to VP Ric Wymer who conducted all the administration and announcements on the day and to Jens Roestel who managed all the card collection pending Ric’s finish on the course.

The Play

The slower than usual greens did not catch any errant putters so the Monster Putter went unawarded but there was a distinctive Germanic flavour to the skirt photo with Detlef Bluemke being joined by Jens Roestel and Philip Schaferdieck whilst Grant Lutz was our Most Strokes awardee. Most Improved went to Jari Antikainen whilst Jens was back in credit with his First Sandy prize.

First Birdie was secured by Malcolm Hines whilst we had a 3 way tie for Low Putts with Samret Raungret, Warut Waramit and Ronald Lim all being awarded the prize whilst Roger Finnie showed his recovery is on track securing Low Gross.

Our Low Net winners on the day were Bill Lloyd on a count-back from Riche Tiblani, Robert Watt and Philip Schaferdieck.

Congratulations to all our winners and detailed results are here: Jags 0811 Results

Tee Set Championships: Saturday 28th November 2020 at Cengkareng Golf Course – 7 slots remaining

With just over 2 weeks to go until the last week-end in November, we are in the home stretch with arrangements for the 2020 Tee Set Championships. Registrations are open here: 2020-tee-set-championship-registration/. A thank you to the Cengkareng management who allocated a few extra spots after we hit 100 sign-ups so we can now accommodate 108 players. With 101 players already signed up, there are just 7 slots remaining….any extras go onto the waiting list on a first come first reserved basis. A list of those signed up is here so those who think they have signed up can check we got your registration… if you signed up but don’t see your name please contact Roger asap: Sign Up tracking 2020

President Election: Last Call Nominations close 15th November 2020

Last call for any candidates as we will close the nomination window on Sunday. If you are willing to take on this prestigious position and wish to put your name in the hat for the election which will be held at the Championships, with the results available within the day :-), please contact our election convener, Keith Miller at keith.steuart.miller@gmail.com

Call for sponsors

Thank you to those sponsors Hot Hed, Asian Tigers, LF Logistics, Asia Serv, PT Delta, Mayapada Healthcare, JIIB, Loesche, JS Luwansa, Sumo Caddy and Schenck Process who have all confirmed their sponsorship for this year’s event. Not unexpectedly, a few of our regular sponsors have also been challenged by the current situation are not able to renew so we are looking for a couple of new sponsors to ensure we can make the day run as smoothly as ever. Please contact Ric Wymer if you can help out at any level.

Next Up: Imperial Sunday 15th November 2020 11.55am

 

Sunday sees us return to our local “K”  klub, Imperial. Imperial’s layout is always a strong golfing challenge and the Club House offers excellent views over the course to enjoy along with the good service and your chosen refreshment.

Tee time is 11.55 a.m. and the price Rp995,000 with carts. We will need to provide names to the course on Saturday morning latest so please sign up as soon as you can to help us with the administration with Imperial. Those that can join us please sign up here.

 

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Blood Type A+ve Call for Urgent Donations

Following a bad bicycle accident, Chris Whaley will require an emergency operation but the hospital is in urgent need of donations of A+ve blood. If anyone is of the right blood type and can donate blood please contact Kevin Moore (0816998860) or donate directly at PMI or the Indonesian Red Cross on Jln Kramat Jati no 47. Thank you for your assistance in this matter.

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Next Up: Jagorawi Sunday 8th November 2020

This week we make our third visit of the year to Jagorawi Golf and Country Club which, in addition to being an excellent day out, will give us the opportunity to get some practice in ahead of our 6th December visit when we are slated to take up the challenge laid down by JAWS in parallel to our weekly game. We will be playing the excellent but tricky golfing challenge of the New Course due to the fact that Old Course (our original booking) is under repair after some recent and serious rain damage on holes 1 and 2.

Tee time is 12.00pm officially but we are expecting to get off a little earlier and possibly with a shot-gun start so we ask all of you to be at the course before 11.00am please. We will play white tees this week for men and if you are interested to join us please sign up here. Price is Rp950k with carts.

Tee Set Championships: Saturday 28th November 2020 at Cengkareng Golf Course – 7 slots remaining

With just over 3 weeks to go until the last week-end in November, we have launched sign-ups and other arrangements for the 2020 Tee Set Championships which will be on a Saturday this year as a change in schedule to go with the change in venue. Registrations are open here: 2020-tee-set-championship-registration/. The event field is limited to 100 players, so with 93 players already signed up, meaning we are already 90% reserved and there are just 7 slots remaining….any extras go onto the waiting list on a first come first reserved basis. A list of those signed up is here so those who think they have signed up can check we got your registration… if you signed up but don’t see your name please contact Roger asap: Sign Up tracking 2020

President Required!: in case we have been too subtle up to now …. 

With the existing President reaching his 4th Championship at the head of the Society and not standing for re-election, we are calling for new blood to step-up and take Tee Set forward. If you are willing to take on this prestigious position and wish to put your name in the hat for the election which will be held at the Championships, please contact our election convener, Keith Miller at keith.steuart.miller@gmail.com

Call for sponsors

Thank you to those sponsors Hot Hed, Asian Tigers, LF Logistics, Asia Serv, PT Delta, Mayapada Healthcare, JIB, Loesche and Schenck Process who have confirmed their sponsorship for this year’s event. Not unexpectedly, a few of our regular sponsors have also been challenged by the current situation are not able to renew so we are looking for a couple of new sponsors to ensure we can make the day run as smoothly as ever. Please contact Ric Wymer if you can help out at any level.

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Sunday 1st November 2020 Riverside

Sunday saw us head out to Riverside for the final event in the JIL calendar on the 2020 season, the ever popular modified scramble team event. The day was merged with the Tee Set regular Sunday, followed by an excellent BBQ and the prize-giving awards.

Overall we had 59 players which was a little down on expect numbers after a few late call offs and some no-shows on the day but those who came were blessed with a course in fine condition and a very relaxed evening in club house afterwards. The rain largely stayed away with only a couple of holes affected by a light shower and the journey home was quick and smooth so fears on both counts were unfounded despite it being the rainy season and the end of a long week-end.

For the daily prizes, Long Drives went to Santi Miller and Srinivas Murthy whilst Terrance Martin was our NTP winner.

In the scramble, we had some excellent results and winners on the day were the team of Srinivas, Terrance, Indar and Gaurav whilst Fernado/Kees/Jens/Willi pipped Giancarlo/Cecilia/Siti/Zahren for 2nd on a back 9 count-back, the top 2 teams receiving a bottle of wine for their efforts.

We also handed out the JIL 2020 season prizes with 2018 & 2019 Champions not going home empty handed after collecting the wooden spoon this year whilst Pocksia picked up the 2nd place prize.

2020 Champions Cloggies then stepped forward to receive the trophy.

A big thank to all the Riverside team who again worked closely and tirelessly with us to fit in the matches after the disruptions caused by the social distancing requirements early in the season and to all the Captains and Players who turned out during the year to make the competition an enjoyable one as usual. Lastly a thank you to Jack Calcote for his support to the prize-giving event with smoothies and beers both going down well during the evening.

Tee Set Championships: Saturday 28th November 2020 at Cengkareng Golf Course – 10 slots remaining

With just over 3 weeks to go until the last week-end in November, we have launched sign-ups and other arrangements for the 2020 Tee Set Championships which will be on a Saturday this year as a change in schedule to go with the change in venue. Registrations are open here: 2020-tee-set-championship-registration/. The event field is limited to 100 players, so with 92 players already signed up, meaning we are already 90% reserved and there are just 8 slots remaining….any extras go onto the waiting list on a first come first reserved basis. A list of those signed up is here so those who think they have signed up can check we got your registration… if you signed up but don’t see your name please contact Roger asap: Sign Up tracking 2020

President Required!: in case we have been too subtle up to now …. 

With the existing President reaching his 4th Championship at the head of the Society and not standing for re-election, we are calling for new blood to step-up and take Tee Set forward. If you are willing to take on this prestigious position and wish to put your name in the hat for the election which will be held at the Championships, please contact our election convener, Keith Miller at keith.steuart.miller@gmail.com

Call for sponsors

Thank you to those sponsors Hot Hed, Asian Tigers, LF Logistics, Asia Serv, PT Delta, Mayapada Healthcare, JIB, Loesche and Schenck Process who have confirmed their sponsorship for this year’s event. Not unexpectedly, a few of our regular sponsors have also been challenged by the current situation are not able to renew so we are looking for a couple of new sponsors to ensure we can make the day run as smoothly as ever. Please contact Ric Wymer if you can help out at any level.

Next Up: Jagorawi Sunday 8th November 2020

This week we make our third visit of the year to Jagorawi Golf and Country Club which, in addition to being an excellent day out, will give us the opportunity to get some practice in ahead of our 6th December visit when we are slated to take up the challenge laid down by JAWS in parallel to our weekly game. We will be playing the excellent but tricky golfing challenge of the New Course due to the fact that Old Course (our original booking) is under repair after some recent and serious rain damage on holes 1 and 2.

Tee time is 12.00pm officially but we are expecting to get off a little earlier and possibly with a shot-gun start so we ask all of you to be at the course before 11.00am please. We will play white tees this week for men and if you are interested to join us please sign up here. Price is Rp950k with carts.

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