Updated: Sep 5
Hail the D.O.G.S.!!!
Another good turnout for our fourth round at Bogor Raya with 47 players. Once again the weather was good and play started on time. Steady pace meant that all were finished in good time which was just as well as we were treated to a very heavy storm not long after we were all enjoying the fun in the restaurant - what a storm!
Some newcomers and welcome backs: Mike Garwood, Robert Bellavance, Andrew Doran and Dan Brod. Always good to see new faces.
So to the play: Bobby Cangkrama showed us his accurate approach shots taking both the Drive & Pitch prizes with Hitoshi Maruyama and Michael Mueller showing us their accuracy off the tee taking the Nearest to the Pin honours. Ezra Alexander and Alberto Gonzales got the big stick working winning the Longest Drive prizes.
The Booby Prize went to James Nicholson - this time a table tennis paddle! and Aknes Berkenhoff had the Most Exercise taking home that prize - your scores are slowly getting better though!
Rod Williams had his putter working becoming this week's Putting Champion and Andrew Deane was very much on target taking this week's Lowest Gross prize.
Leon Bivolaru took the Runner Up prize on a count back and for the second week running Rod Williams took his lower handicap following last week and still managed to take the Little Dog home becoming this week's Champion. He promises not to do the same next week - like hell he does!
As always, congratulations to all our winners.m
Now we must mention the events of the previous day at Jagorawi Golf Club where the 8th Annual Asian Tigers 45 Hole Challenge took place. The D.O.G.S. were well represented as can be seen in the photo at the top of this post and below.
Bill Lloyd is behind this as he supports the charity to help protect the Sumatran Tigers. This is the charity we supported in our charity donations from our Rancamaya tournament earlier this year so we took the opportunity to present the check for the money we raised for the Animal Sanctuary Trust Indonesia - a total of IDR 6.152.000. A big thanks to all who contributed!