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Archive for June, 2017

BT Kitchen – Message from CEO

Hello Members On Monday the 19th of June 2017, the Club assumed control of B’Tees Kitchen as the owner engaged as our Contract Caterer declared he was leaving immediately due to personal financial hardship. The owner had two weeks earlier shut the Tornado’s Bar and grill located in Emu Plains. Since then, my focus has been on continuing our catering operations as usual for our members & guests and to look after the staff who worked in B’Tees to ensure they continued to be employed. I am currently working on how our catering business will operate in the future and will keep members informed as things progress. Please be assured that we will continue to provide the quality of food and service that you have come to know from B’Tees kitchen. Your continued support and patronage during this period is appreciated by the staff and I. Yours Sincerely Andrew Gardner CEO Ph: 02 4735 5300

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3rd Hole Bunker GUR

Please note that the bunker on the right hand side of the 3rd green will be out of play tomorrow and Sunday. Relief is available under GUR rule 25.1 Regards Ross Butcher Club Captain

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Working Bee

The working bee scheduled for next Tuesday (20th June) has been deferred for one week and will now take place on Tuesday, 27th June. If you are available, could you please meet in the vicinity of the course staff shed from 7.30 a.m. Cheers Ross Butcher

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Golf Results – Sat 10th June

30 brave golfers ventured out onto a wet Leonay course today. Winners of the 4Ball Multiplier were: Chris Blakely (2) & Ian Barnes (6) with 65pts Singles winners were: Div1 – Chris Blakely (2) 35pts c/b Div 2 – Harry Drew (22) 34pts NTP – 2nd Eric Summers & 13th Chris Blakely Balls to 34pts c/b Regards David Grosse President

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Golf Carts Thursday 8th June

The Course Super will allow carts onto the course tomorrow Thursday 8th June however, it’s is very wet and all members are requested to ensure that carts remain in the rough and on the high side of fairways. When you have to cross a fairway pick a dry spot and cross at a 90 degrees angle. Course staff will be around the course please follow any direction given, failure to stay in the rough may result in you being asked to leave the course. Ross Butcher On Behalf of the Course Super

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