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D.O.G.S. Second Round at Imperial Klub Golf

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

So we came to the second round in this Eclectic Series where TeeSet joined us for a Sunday round. The morning was absolutely beautiful as can be seen in the photo taken at around 10am - but things were unfortunately to change!

A total of 52 players from both societies turned out with some newcomers and a few faces we haven't seen for a while: Welcome to Anirudh Jain and Steve Cox and welcome back to Shivansh and Shashvat Pandey, Slok Rajeev, Sam Westen, Ronald Lim, Arnold Castillon, Sanjeev Bansal, Robbie Crozier and Albert Davidson. Hope to see you all again before too long!

So, as you see from the photo the morning was bathed in sunshine and we were hopeful it would stay that way. However, just as we started on time with the usual shotgun the rain came and gave us all a good soaking. It lasted just long enough to make sure the course and ourselves were well and truly wet! The weather did improve and managed to almost dry us out by the end of the round! When will the dry season start, we wonder?

So, to the play: Albert Smith - his back seems a lot better - and Richard Mau - home course advantage - managed to show off their accuracy by taking the Nearest to the Pin prizes with Ronald Lim and Sam Westen doing the same with their approach shots taking the Drive & Pitch honours. Robbie Crozier and Shivansh Pandey - congrats on graduating high school - took the Longest Drive prizes.

A count back was needed to determine that Chris Anderson would be this week's Putting Champion. Marc Desilets took the Booby Prize honour whilst Dewi Wardoyo won her second-in-a-row Most Exercise Trophy but with a significantly improved score from last week - keep it going Dewi, at this rate you'll be winning the Little Dog next!

Sam Westen showed that the damp conditions didn't distract from his golf taking the Lowest Gross with an impressive 3 over par round. Richard Mau had to settle for the Runner Up prize for the second week in a row leaving the way clear for Daniel Park to win his first Little Dog and be this week's Champion.

Carter Cross had missed out on receiving one of his Drive & Pitch prizes from Rancamaya, so we took the opportunity to set that right.

A big congratulations to all our winners this week!

So, with only 2 rounds complete, Richard Mau is starting to pull away from the chasing pack in the race for the Blue Jacket with a 4.4 lead over the second place contender. He only has one bogey to get rid of then he will need more birdies to improve. It's going to be tough to hold on to that lead Richard!

Full results can be seen on the Leaderboard page or in the myGolf2u app as usual.

Not sure what Bill Lloyd had done to deserve this!

Everyone will recall during our EoYP we announced there would be 2 special golf weekends this year; the first is coming up in June. A weekend away at the Royale Krakatau Golf Club & Hotel. Full details can be found here. This also links to a form to be filled in and returned to us as soon as possible please.

So now we come to the third and half way stage in this Eclectic Series. Grab a friend and please sign up early to avoid disappointment and don't forget to let Rod know your preferred playing partners. Please also make sure you have confirmed that your preferred playing partners are their preferred playing partners!

  • Where: Imperial Klub Golf

  • When: Saturday, 25 May 2024

  • Tee Off: 12:30

  • Green Fee: 1.050.000 IDR. Includes cart.

To register:

See you all on the course.

Rod & jb


Rules Information

You know you are entitled to free relief but there's no room; what do you do? Check out this video for the answer.



Imperial Charity

Donations collected during our Imperial tournament will be to support Ypai Indriya, a special needs school located in Bogor. More information can be found on our Charity Page.

Upcoming Golf Tournaments

ISCO Foundation is having a memorial tournament for the late Josef Fuchs on May 31. Josef played frequently with the D.O.G.S. in the early days. More importantly he founded the Indonesian Street Children Organization which has brought education to over 2,500 disadvantaged children in Indonesia. The D.O.G.S. support ISCO through donations to our charity barrel; most recently our Riverside tournament.

Fiona Unity Foundation, another one of the charity's we regularly support, is having their annual tournament on June 7th. Registration is still open.

Asian Tigers has just announced the date of their annual tournament; for those who like a challenge there is the 45 Hole Challenge and for those who can't spare the entire day to play golf there is the 18 Hole Competition. Proceeds from this tournament go to helping with the preservation of the Sumatran Tiger. The D.O.G.S. are also supporters of this effort through charity barrel donations.

Our Upcoming Tournaments page has more details on these tournaments.

Royale Krakatau Challenge

Registration for the weekend away at the Royale Krakatau Golf Club & Hotel is open and filling up. Full details can be found here. This also links to a form to be filled in and returned to us. For those of you who have already signed up there is no action required for now. Details for payment will be sent to you in the coming weeks.


If you would like to purchase a D.O.G.S. shirt please get in touch with John Brown or send an email to

WhatsApp Groups

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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