Updated: Jul 6, 2020
Hail the D.O.G.S.!!!!!,
64 players came out for the D.O.G.S. and Tee Set day where teams from each society competed for the Jurgen Degert Trophy. The D.O.GS. were led by Captain Dougy McQuater and Tee Set was behind Captain Simon Reynolds. For those not in the match play competition there was still the Little Dog to chase down.
The coveted Juergen Degert Trophy
Prior to teeing off players gathered for a photo opportunity. Craig Edwards sent Kevin Dobson off to the Driving Range to look for stragglers and then quickly formed everyone up for the photo. We still managed to get Kevin into the shot.
Following the group photo it was off to the tee boxes and the competition was underway.
It doesn't happen often but Rob Nicholls managed a birdie and even caught it on video.
The final result is a bit misleading of how tough the competition was as all the matches were hard fought and close.
In the end the good guys came out on top with the D.O.G.S. retaining the trophy 7 to 3. Well done D.O.G.S.!
While the results were being tallied everyone enjoyed a poolside barbecue and swapped stories about their day. Thank you to Roger Finnie for arranging and Riverside Golf Club for making everything run so smooth.
The team competition wasn't the only excitement on the day. The chance to win the Little Dog brought out more good golf with several players getting above 40 Stableford points. In the end Tee Set got some form of revenge by one of their own winning the Little Dog. Compliments to our Weekly Champion Michael Seabrook.
Congratulations to all of our winners! Full results can be viewed on our Leaderboard.
At the halfway point of our tournament we have seen a lead change each week and nobody has started to run away from the pack. With 3 rounds to go there is lots of golf to be played to determine who will be taking home the Big Dog at the end.
Grab a friend and come join us for our next round.
Where: Riverside Golf Club
When: Saturday, June 20, 2020
Tee Off: 11:34
Green Fee + Golf Cart: 800.000 IDR/person
As we need time to arrange groups and be prepared for the possibility of an early start we request players are at the course 1 hour early.
There are several ways to register:
If you are delayed please let us know and we will make arrangements for when you arrive at the course. Similarly, please let us know if you decide not to play.
Forgot to sign up or made a last minute decision to play? No problem, last minute guests are always welcome but please WhatsApp us and let us know you are on the way.
Looking for a weekday round?
ISCO is having their monthly charity round this week. Come on out and support this worthy cause on what is always a good day. Check out details here.
Each player is responsible for their own safety and is expected form their own judgement as to whether or not they are comfortable to join.
There is adequate information available publicly to inform players of the risks of playing and what steps can be taken to protect oneself and playing partners.
The course has asked that while players are waiting to tee off they maintain proper social distancing and not congregate in the starter area.
We have added a new page on Etiquette and updated our Rules page. Please take time to visit so everyone is on the same page and there are no surprises for anyone.
We have 2 WhatsApp groups for players to keep up with us.
Clicking the link below on your mobile will take you to our group D.O.G.S. Updates where game related information is shared. https://chat.whatsapp.com/F07F1JuH1lE0fpEatwKlCQ
This link is for D.O.G.S. Chatter. Members use this to share anything they feel may be of interest to other members. https://chat.whatsapp.com/BW3TjAhQy0GAgojS1nF7iv
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