Nominations for the Board of Governors

Nominations for Board of Governors (Word Doc)

AGM Nomination to the Board of Governors (Word Doc)

Road Closures


The Dusi canoe race finishes at Blue Lagoon on the 17th February 2018. Whilst at this stage there are no road closures there is always traffic congestion and members are advised to allow for this when travelling to the Club.


Please note that although there are no road closures for this concert, there may well be a delay in accessing the Club from NMR road. People's Park East - Saturday 17th of February - 12h00 to 00h00

Super Rugby

Super Rugby starts again on the 17th February with the first game at Kings Park on 3rd of March @ 15h00 against Waratahs. It is essential that you have your membership card to produce at the entrance.

No card - no entry. We wish to remind all that on days where there is a match being held at Kings Park, ONLY members are permitted to park within the Club’s grounds.

Non-members accompanying members must travel in the same vehicle as the member. The exception is persons who have confirmed golf bookings.


I had dinner at the Club yesterday evening and feel I need to compliment you on your amazing Valentine’s evening. The room décor was gorgeous and the food was truly out of this world. The presentation was exquisite and the blend of flavours mouth-watering!

Please pass on well-deserved compliments to your team!

Kind regards,

Beachwood Plan

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Golf News


Bob Daya has joined the handicap committee and he will be checking scorecards in future.

We request that all golfers complete their score cards correctly, using their full name and filling in the date and player handicap.

League Results

2nd round - results as follows:

Prem 1 - Bye
Prem 2 - Postponed - Rain
A Side - Lost 4.5 v 7.5
B Side - Lost 4.5 v 7.5
C Side - Lost 1 v 11
Allerton 2 - Won 7 v 5
Allerton 1 - Bye

Club Champs

SA Amateur Tournament

Fixture List

DayDateDurban Country ClubBeachwood
Sat17 FebClub Competition - Windhoek Pairs BB Medal (AM) Monthly Mug (PM) & Captains PutterClub Competition - Betterball Stableford
Sun18 FebOpen To AllOpen To All
Mon19 FebOpen To AllClosed
Tue20 FebOpen To AllLadies Alliance
Wed21 FebClub Competition - Windhoek Pairs - Fourball Alliance (Hyundai Sponsor Day)Club Competition - Individual Stableford
Thurs22 FebOpen To AllOpen To All
Fri23 FebLadies WGSA 2 Challenor Cup QualifierOpen To All
Sat24 FebSA AmateurClub Competition - Dick Skinner Sramble
Sun25 FebSA AmateurOpen To All

Good Golfing Fitness Tips

  • Do you take a golf cart?
  • Do you carry your bag?
  • Do you push/pull your bag?
  • Apart from taking a caddy, which I believe is the best possible outcome, which means of transport is safest and best for your golf?

Carrying your bag: Poor posture, carrying the bag on one shoulder only, increased fatigue and the constant picking up and putting down of the bag all lend themselves to increased chance of injury. Try to avoid.

Taking a buggy: Although a better alternative to carrying, we inevitably slip into a slouched posture between shots and become reliant on the buggy for transport. If you have to take a buggy, try walk as often as you can in between shots.

Push vs pull cart: Pushing a well-designed cart is definitely the preferred means of getting around. Pushing is more symmetrical compared to pulling, which would be one side dominant. Pushing a cart makes it much easier to stay in a good posture whilst taking advantage of forward momentum, thus limiting muscular fatigue.

Have a great weekend,
Clinton Shum

Director | Strength and Conditioning Specialist | TPI Certified Instructor
Isaiah Ntshangase Road, Durban
Logical Golf Lab, Durban Country Club
Cell: 072 784 8698
Work: 031 303 1829
Twitter: @shum711

Bridal Fair

Quiz Night

Seniors' Lunch

Italian Dinner

Enjoy your Italian family night while your children play at the KIDZONE. Open until 9pm.


Bridge at the Club