Dear All,

The course this morning was in a good condition. It was quieter than usual because of the Ramadan month, which also meant that we could take the buggies on the fairway! Early in the morning at registration, we were informed that the greens were all sanded and aerated, so we were prepared to have difficulties on the green. It was however well done, and the greens were fast, and not really bumpy. So no excuses there…..
The course is always a pleasure to play on, well maintained, and challenging. The scores certainly reflect that. Everybody had to give in on his handicap, except Bernhard. He was the winner with 39 points! The second and third were Josef and Mike, both with 35 points.
During a well-deserved lunch at East of Highway, the winner’s prize could not be given as Bernhard was not present. The mystery prize, a sleeve of balls, went to the second-highest gross score, to Robert. Next week again a challenging course on the program!
Below are the scores for Impian and also the standings of the April competition. A tight race for the top!

See you all next week at Rahman Putra.



Dear All,

A real challenging course. That is the quick summary of Glenmarie Valley playing today. At the “right” places water in play and at the same time enough holes without water but challenging enough through the combination of distance and needed accuracy. The greens were in good shape, and the weather was friendly as well, although later the humidity started to play a role. In spite of the rain the last couple of days, the fairways were good, in some places a bit soggy, but not too bad. So all in all a good course to go to, in times like this when we have good offers for the green fee.
During a very good lunch at La La Chong in Ara Damansara we welcomed two guests: Michael who played his second game and Neil Fenwick of whom we still don’t know whether he played his first, second, third, or even fourth game. The more we talked the more games he played (an effect of the beers….?). Anyway, welcome Michael and Neil!
The scores of today were good, Tony ended up in a third-place with 34 points and Mike and Siggy both on 36 points. On countback on 9 still the same. The countback on the last 3 holes gave the difference in the advantage of Mike, who was today’s winner and also had the lowest gross score of 83. Siggy, still got his bonus of last week, as he was the March competition winner.
The mystery prize went to our (first, second, third, fourth time) guest Neil, also because he scored 44 (!!) points. Well done Neil! Below final results table and April Monthly competition standings.

See you all at Impian G&CC


Pictures of the day

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Dear All,

Amverton Cove always is a nice, well-maintained course to play. Enough challenges around with a lot of water in play, and at the same time good opportunities to score. But… as well a lot of places where you can lose your balls! The weather was great and the course relatively quiet when we started. We teed off nice and well, with one three-ball and two full flights. Some last-minute cancellations whatever the reason for this. The last two flights took a bit of time to get to the restaurant, but it was worthwhile waiting. The restaurant was again a good choice. Isuka may be a bit more expensive, the quality of the food is certainly better than the restaurant where we used to go.
The scores of today were again very good with 5 of us played their handicap or better. We welcomed two new guests, Simon and Michael. Welcome to the club!
The highest Stableford was scored by Simon, one of our guests, and the winner of the day was Ricardo with 40 points, with a gross score of 79, just 7 over the par of the course! Well done! The mystery prize of a sleeve of balls today went to John, as having the highest gross score on the first nine.

See you all back next week, at Glenmarie.


Thanks Jan for the report and Ricardo for the photos.

Dear All,

The course was in a good condition, certainly when taking into account the rain of the previous day. The greens a bit changing, form fast to less fast to slow, some damage in the fairways, but on the whole, a good course to play. The weather started nice, but you could feel the heat approaching. The last holes were therefore for some of us a struggle to get through.
Lunch was in a new restaurant, and, combined with three of us ordering, it gave us a new variety of food! In the right combination with some beers, it was a good experience.
And then the scores…….. We know that you have to score well to have a chance to win here, but today you needed a real monster score. Ricardo had the lowest gross score of 83. Six players played their handicap or better. The fourth-place of Iain with 39, two-second places of Jan and Robert with 40 points, and the winner was Andrew Morrow with 48 (!!!) points, Well, his lower handicap will reflect this next time. His handicap was based on games last year with the last game played in July. We welcomed a new player, Bipan Kapur, who joined us for his first game in the Loose Cannons. Welcome Bipan, the mystery prize was for you.
Most of the attention went of course to the real golf player in our midst. Tony Morris with 500 games, the fastest player in Malaysia, was honored with a special LC shirt. Tony, congratulations on this real milestone. A very faithful and consistent player, who keeps the speed in the game. Up for the next jubilee! Thanks to his very generous gift, the costs for this copious lunch were kept within nice limits. Many thanks, Tony!
The results of today’s game, the monthly competition of March, and the standings of the 2021 competition are below:

Cartoon of the Month:
Pictures of the day:

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