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The Leonay Golf Club News

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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Aerating Greens

Members are advised some greens were aerated this week ( 2,7,9,13 ) The rest of the greens will start to be aerated next Monday followed by rolling next Thursday or Friday. We realize this is not ideal but due the moisture underneath and the lack of sunshine to dry them out the aerating process needs to be carried out. Ross Butcher On Behalf of the Course Super.

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Sat 20th May – Golf Carts

A decision on golf carts for tomorrow’s play will be made at first light tomorrow. This will largely depend on the volume of rain received overnight tonight. Regards On behalf of Andrew Moon Course Superintendent

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Changes to How Members Book Tee Times for a Monday and Thursday Competitions

Dear Members Over the past few months with Corinne joining us as golf professional we have identified a few issues with the booking of tee times on our Monday and Thursday competitions. Over the years the system for booking your tee time has evolved with the staff that have looked after the Proshop. Unfortunately this has created a situation where some members are not looking after their own bookings. This is creating problems and frustrations on competition days with Members not turning up when expected, constant changes to groups of players and in some very isolated cases inappropriate behaviour and blame being shown to our staff in the Proshop. The system needs to be reset to a standard way of doing things. Like all golf clubs, bookings are the responsibility of the member(s) who wish to play. The club also understands we have a number of members who may not have access to the internet. The new system needs to be able to cater for all members and attempt to meet everyone’s needs From Monday the 8th of May 2017 the Proshop will be implementing a new booking system for Monday and Thursday competitions. There will be a printed blank…

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