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D.O.G.S. Final Round at Sedayu Indo Golf

Updated: Oct 26, 2022

Hail the D.O.G.S.!!!

Happy Diwali!

So we came to our final round at Sedayu with the Big Dog coming out to play. Another great turnout with 54 players. This has resulted in 287 rounds of golf over the 6 weeks - a great turnout and a big Thank You for supporting the D.O.G.S.

The weather was nearly kind to us but we were unfortunately hit with a brief storm near the end of the round which meant that some players missed out of the last one or two holes - otherwise we have had a very good weather series.

Some new faces this week, so a big welcome to Alessandro Perciante, Anna Eriksson, Giacomo Broli, Jimmy Ward and Neil Hallett. Always good to see new faces and we hope you will become regulars to the D.O.G.S.

So with a lot at stake this week let's get right to the play: Anirudh Katre and Eric Mary showed us how get close taking the Nearest to the Pin prizes and similar accuracy was shown by Terence Martin and Alessandro Perciante with them taking the Drive & Pitch honours. Srinivas Murthy and Anna Eriksson had their drivers working well taking the Longest Drive prizes and Michael Mueller had his putter working becoming this week's Putting Champion.

Sami Kekonen felt the stress having been in contention for the Big Dog but instead had to settle for this week's Booby Prize with Christian Berkenhoff adding to his collection of Most Exercise trophies - you'll get there one day!

Sarah Brown had a great day taking the Lowest Gross with a 79 - wow! - and Michael Mueller went back-to-back on the Little Dog being this week's Champion again! - your handicap is coming down Sir!

Congratulations to all our winners - as always !!!

So now we come to the final Eclectic results which can be checked out fully through our Leaderboard page or in the mygolf2u app as usual.

Richard Mau showed very consistent golf throughout the series taking the Lowest Gross Champion Trophy.

However, history was made with Sarah Brown becoming the first ever lady to win the Big Dog and take the Blue Jacket - well done indeed. In fact we had 3 ladies in the top 10 - somehow I think the ladies will want to come back next year!

It has certainly been a great series!

Our Charity collection totalled IDR5,207.000 this series so a big thank you to all contributors.

So now we move to our final Eclectic Series for 2022 which will be held at Riverside. The first round will be on Sunday but all subsequent rounds will be on Saturdays with the final round including our End of Year Party - more details on that to follow.

So, as we always say; grab a friend, please sign up early and let Rod know your preferred playing partners.

  • Where: Riverside Golf Club

  • When: SUNDAY, October 30, 2022

  • Tee Off: 12:30

  • Green Fee: 900.000 IDR. Includes cart and caddie fee

To register:

See you on the course, Rod & jb

PS. That is not a typo, this week we are again playing SUNDAY.


The Rules and what it means when we play.

Courtesy of fellow Dog, Jens Roestel, R&A First Grade Umpire.

This New Local Rule About the Lost Ball Or Ball Out Of Bounds Is A Local Rule And Must Be Announced, Prior To The Start Of The Game (Either By The Course Management Or The Committee)

Play The Ball As It Lies

One of the central principles of golf is to play the ball as it lies. Therefore, if your ball at rest is moved, you must generally replace the ball. Whether or not a penalty applies depends on who moved the ball, how it was moved, and where on the course the movement happened. If the ball is moved by another player in stroke play or by anyone while searching for it, there is no penalty. However, when not searching, you are expected to be careful around your ball and will usually get a one-stroke penalty if you cause it to move. However, the putting green is a special case where there is no penalty for any accidental movement of a ball by the player or anyone else. In match play, if your ball is moved by your opponent (other than on the putting green or during search), the opponent will get a one-stroke penalty.

If your ball is moved by an outside influence, such as an animal or a spectator, there is no penalty to anyone, and the ball must be replaced. If your ball is moved by a natural force, such as wind, water, or gravity, you will usually play the ball from its new location without penalty.

When your ball in motion is accidentally deflected or stopped, there is no penalty, and you will normally play the ball from wherever it lies. This includes when your ball accidentally strikes your body or your equipment.

If the player’s ball comes to rest and is then moved by natural forces such as wind or water, the player normally must play it from its new spot.

If a ball at rest is lifted or moved by anyone or any outside influence before the stroke is made, the ball must be replaced on its original spot.

Players should take care when near any ball at rest, and a player who causes his or her own ball or an opponent’s ball to move will normally get a penalty (except on the putting green).

The wind moved my ball on the putting green – do I replace it?

If you haven’t touched your ball yet (by marking and lifting it or accidentally causing it to move), then you must play from where the ball came to rest. If you have marked, lifted and replaced your ball, or you replaced it because you or someone else caused it to move, and then it later moves for any reason including by wind, you must replace your ball on its original spot before making your next stroke.



ANZA Student Sponsorship Program.

Last year we sponsored 7 students in the ANZA Student Sponsorship Program with donations from our tournament at Modern. ANZA has shared that the four little ones are all doing brilliantly, especially Qisya, but the older three also did well and all passed the Elementary Certificate, which is awesome!

Sidiq, Ardi and Danela all gained places at local Negeri schools which means that this together with the Kartu Jakarta Pintar (KJP) now covers all their school fees for Junior High and they no longer need to be in the program. All student's reports can be seen in the file below.

Student Reports
Download PDF • 2.81MB

The cost to support 1 student for a year is 1,050,000 IDR.

Sarah, Zahir, Qisya and Riyan will continue at elementary and still require support.

The proceeds from our upcoming Riverside tournaments will be donated to ANZA to support this program

More information can be found on our Charity page.

We thank Ruth Lajousky for connecting us with this program.

WhatsApp Group

We have 2 WhatsApp groups for members; our Chatter group which is used for sharing jokes and non-D.O.G.S. related information and our Updates group where we share information specific to D.O.G.S. rounds. If you would like to be added to either or both of these groups please send us an email with your cell phone number to

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