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Ladies Classic!

We are gearing up to welcome nearly 100 ladies playing in the 2019 Ladies Classic so the clubhouse is just a buzz with activity! We are closed on Sunday 12th, Monday and Tuesday for the Ladies Classic. Our neighbours, Fred Beaver from the Wild Coast, has offered our Southbroom members a fabulous rate of R275 (cart included) for Sunday and Monday. Sorry not on Tuesday as they have Nomads. And Meyer and his team from San Lameer are giving our members their members rate of R250 cart included!

Other fun happenings are The Southbroom Legends Special Farewell to Mel Evening next Saturday 18th May. Tables are filling fast. Phone the office to book your seat and enjoy a 3 course meal  and have fun on the dance floor.

Play golf for a great cause

The Southbroom Tennis Club is holding their first fundraising Golf Day onFriday 24th May and it promises to be an awesome day.  Book your 4Ball in the Pro Shop.

It’s The Men’s Turn! Southbroom Amateur Classic 1st – 5th July

Field is a max of 180 players. See poster below and the entry link.

100 Club

Congrats to our April 100 Club winners!
1st Chris & Jo Ledden No 45 R2000
2nd Olliver Ransome No 90 R500
Attendance Bob Clark No 57 R1000 (not claimed)
 Next draw   Fri 31 May 2019

Club News

Message from Gavin

Saturday 11 May to Tuesday 14 May 
Ladies Classic – We will be closed for dinners on the above evenings.

Saturday 18 May
Farewell to Mel & Michelle Davies – The Legends Band will be playing. All welcome for only R200 p/p (includes dinner) – starts at 18H30.

Sunday Lunch
19 May: Soup, roast lamb, vegetables, rice, roast potato & gravy for R150 (take-away also available)
26 May: Soup, roast pork, veg, rice, roast potatoes & gravy for R125 (take-away also available)

Friday 24 May
Southbroom Tennis Club Golf Day

Thursday 30 May
Cricket World Cup SA vs England: starts 11H30. Special – bangers & mash for R60.

Saturday 01 June 
Final UEFA Champions League Final
– Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur. Start at 21H00 – The club will stay open. Curry Buffet will be served for R150.

Use your Club cards for 20% discount.

Please book for catering purposes at 039 31 66 026 or via email .

Kind Regards
Gavin Sole

The Score Card

Friday 3rd May
Chicken Run

1st – Jim Cook 19 pts
2nd – Martin Hutton 18 pts
3rd – Daniel McDonald 16 pts

Saturday 4th May
Ladies- BB Stab

1st – Jean Corfe & Jo Ledden 41 pts
2nd – Janet Humphrey & Lynn Blackstock 40 pts
3rd – Lee Mutch & Sharon Turnbull Jackson 38 pts

Men- BB Stab

1st – Brian Blackstock & Bob O’Callaghan 46 pts
2nd – Brian Hoggart & Derek James 45 pts
3rd – John Neaves & Mike Lig 43 pts
4th – Malcolm Greenland & Colin McKay 42 pts

Wednesday 8th May
Ladies Natalia Foursomes

1st – Sandy FitzGerald & Jean Cole
2nd – Michelle Davies & Jeanette Peyios

Men’s Individual Stableford

1st – Johan Wentzel c/o 40 pts
2nd – Derek James 40 pts
3rd – Dave Fox 39 pts
4th – Martin Hutton  & Colin McKay 37 pts
5th – Gurney Matthews & Gary Purtell 36 pts

Everyone wants forgiveness
Take it where you need it
If you describe yourself as a good or solid ball striker, these two shots still provide you with different challenges. You don’t need forgiveness in your irons on the short shot, but the longer #5 or #4 iron shot will test your skills and consistency.
If you’re consistent throughout your set, then a better players iron (more compact, possibly forged) is a great choice. If you start to lose consistency in the mid-irons, then consider blending two iron models through your set. A players iron for the shorter irons, and a more forgiving model for the mid and longer irons.
The shorter irons can be compact with a CoG that is a little higher, and closer to the face, with limited launch assistance. The mid to longer irons can be a different model: one that offers a larger hitting zone and a little more launch assistance.
It’s about the distances
If you want to blend two different models into one set, then it’s not about the numbers on the sole. It’s about the distances you hit each club. As well as finding the perfect fit, we want to make sure you have each distance base covered.
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Knock it down. Knock it close.
Watch the Tour on TV and you’ll see a lot of players finishing like this on wedge shots. It’s a clue that they’ve played a lower trajectory wedge shot. They know its easier to control the distance they’re hitting their wedge if they keep the ball on a lower trajectory.
Want to make the most of opportunities and hit your wedge approach shots close to the hole? Then learn this skill.
Easier control and more spin
You’ll hit your target distance easier. And the ball will have a ton of spin and check really quickly. Then learn to hit lower flighted, higher spinning wedge shots.
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Derek and Sheena