The Trophy Presentation Dinner is on Saturday 14th Febuary 6:30 for 7pm. The format will be similar to last year but this year we will acknowledge and call up the winner and winning teams to be presented with the appropiate trophy and the runners up will be acknowledged. This should result is a more streamlined evening. Last years format was very well received. Click here (it's been updated) to see those that have won free admission to the presentation night. Please note that the A, B and C grade winners each receive 2 dinner entries - all other winners and runners-up receive 1. As noted prizes from Legacy Day, RPEYC, St Andrews Day and Whales Tooth have already been awarded at separate events.
We reached and have now exceeded our target thanks to the generous donations of our members. Some donations came from people that don't even play golf. Money was received from 36 donors.
The first two contracts have been let. For the new bridge on the first the succesful bidder was AJM Landscaping & Bricklaying who will be starting next week (weather permitting). The new bridge will be constructed slightly to the left of the existing bridge and will have a carriage way 2.4 metres wide. Ultimately the side of the bridge will have a facade of stonework over the structural core filled with concrete blockwork which forms the side of the bridge.
Aquaman Irrigation will be extending of the irrigation on the 16th which will enable extending the fairway on the 3rd (The irrigation of the 16th irrigates the 3rd in the section thatt we want returned to fairway. This will enable the existing path to be removed once the fairway has grown. Where there is a masonry bridge on the 3rd this will be removed and a concrete causeway made through the hazard. That small section of hazard on the 3rd (where the existing bridge is) will be converted to an ephemeral waterway
February 03rd, 2015 - Presenation Night (UPDATED) - White Horse Cup - 4 hole comp - Don't try this at home - Course Improvement fund Target Exceeded
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