Nominations for the Board of Governors
The Club’s Annual General Meeting will take place on 23rd April 2018 at 6.00pm. This important meeting provides members with the opportunity of electing candidates to the Board of Governors. There will be three vacancies on the Board. Applications are sought from individuals who may wish to make themselves available for election to the Board of Governors.
Nominations for Board of Governors (PDF)
AGM Nomination to the Board of Governors (PDF)
NOMINATIONS FOR THE BEACHWOOD TRUST FUND
Final date to receive nominations for the Beachwood Trust Fund will be on Thursday the 1st March 2018 by 12h00.
Nominations for Board of Governors (PDF)
AGM Nomination application form BW Trust Fund (PDF)
The Ultra marathon is on the 4th of March and the M4 will be closed for most of the day. Please access the club via Masabalala Yengwa road (NMR)
COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLUB
Thank you for hosting a well-planned evening. The food was delicious and adequately catered for the number of guests present. The staff was helpful and efficient at carrying out all my requests for the evening. My father and his guests had a wonderful evening. I will definitely consider DCC for my next function hire.
Dr Lauren Daniels
On behalf of my family and myself we would like to convey our congratulations to one and all for the exceptional St Valentines Evening we experienced last week. To the Master Chef your cuisine was innovative, exquisitely presented, and a taste sensation. Couldn't have wished for a finer evening. Great promotion for the Club!
SA Amateur Tournament
|Day||Date||Durban Country Club||Beachwood
|Sat||24 Feb||SA Amateur||Club Competition - Dick Skinner Scramble
|Sun||25 Feb||SA Amateur||Open To All
|Mon||26 Feb||SA Amateur||Rovos Rail (AM)
|Tue||27 Feb||Open To All||Ladies Alliance / Members Comp - Individual Stableford Competition
|Wed||28 Feb||SA Amateur||Club Competition - Members Alliance
|Thurs||1 Mar||SA Amateur||Club Competition - Members Betterball Stableford
|Fri||2 Mar||SA Amateur||Ladies Alliance / Members Comp - Alliance With Scramble Drive
|Sat||3 Mar||Club Competition - BB Medal & Monthly Mug||Club Competition - Fourball Alliance
|Sun||4 Mar||League||Open To All
WEEKEND COMP - AM RESULTS
AM LADIES COMP -16/02/2018-4 BALL ALLIANCE
1ST PLACE ON 88PTS
J.SHAW, J. CLOW, M.JARVIS, R POPAT
2nd PLACE ON 84 PTS
M.GILLMER, L.FIELD, A JAMME, L FIELD
3RD PLACE ON 80PTS
S REEVES, V STYLIANOU, A ROBERTSON, M FORBES
LADIES COMP WGSA MEDAL & PUTTING - 17/02/2018
WINNER - KAY MAGUIRE C/I 78 NETT
RUNNER UP - ALINE JAMME 78 NETT
BEST GROSS - ALINE JAMME 93 GROSS
WINNER - SHIRLEY GOVENDER 87 C/I NETT
RUNNER UP - NETT KAREN PREIS
BEST GROSS - SHIRLEY GOVENDER 111 GROSS
ALINE JAMM 33 PUTTS
MENS BETTER BALL STABLEFORD WINDHOEK PAIRS
1ST PLACE - 49 PTS BASIL THOMAS & JASON BIRD
2ND PLACE - 48PTS GRANT LISTER– JAMES & CHRIS MOLLER
3RD PLACE - 46 PTS C/I WYAND GREEFF & SEAN DRUMMOND - HAY
4TH PLACE - 46 C/O DOUG LITTLER & MARK ADDISON
WEEKEND COMP- PM RESULTS
PM RESULT MONTHLY MUG - A DIV
WINNER - KEITH FORDE 71-2=9
RUNNER UP - JONO BROOMHEAD 70-0=70 C/I
LANCE WHITEFORD 78-8=70 C/O
PM RESULT MONTHLY MUG – B DIV
WINNER - SOLLY ISMAIL 78-9=69
RUNNER UP - IAN LOUBSER 81-9=71C/I
CEDRIC MNGADI 83-12=71 C/O
PM RESULT MONTHLY MUG - C DIV
WINNER - RAKESH AMBARAM 44PTS
RUNNER UP - DR THAVAN PADAYACHE
JONO BROOMHEAD - 70
LANCE WHITEFORD 70.
WINNER - VIV RAJAH & CHRIS JACK 45PTS
RUNNER UP - SOLLY ISMAIL & JACK MOODLEY 43PTS C/I
CHOOKIE GOVENDER & THAVAN PADAYACHI 43 PTS C/O.
Golf Fitness Mythbuster #1
There are certain misconceptions in the golf world around fitness. Over the next 5 weeks I hope to provide clarity on some of the most prominent misunderstandings.
#1- I’m too old for this!
This is a valid question. As a 50 plus year old male/female, aches and pains creep in and the body stiffens up. Naturally, the doubt is that you’re an old bag of bones that is too far gone to benefit from any physical training. In fact, I believe that the fear of many elderly golfers is that training will actually make it worse! The golf swing is a highly explosive and rotational movement by nature. If a 15 handicap golfer plays twice a week, he/she will make between 55 and 60 swings in that round. Add onto that 2 practice swings per shot and you’ve got between 165 and 180 rotations per round! After playing twice a week, that is approximately 360 rotations (assuming you’re playing around your handicap). Now add one driving range session of 50 balls every week. That brings your grand total of rotations to over 400 in one week! Now if you plan on playing golf long into retirement, logic would dictate that you need to take proactive measures to allow your body to continue making those rotations, pain free, and to the best of your ability. Most of the time, what you would cover in the gym is a lot less explosive in nature than that of a golf swing.
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
St Patrick's Day
Enjoy your Italian family night while your children play at the KIDZONE. Open until 9pm.
Bridge at the Club