New year for golf

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

WEL­COME to 2016 at Isis Golf Club, a so­cial and friendly place to have a round of golf.

The so­cial club wel­comes new mem­bers, what­ever grade you are.

“You don’t all have to be Tiger Woods,” said Club Cap­tain Leigh Hart.

All the mem­bers help each other out with the lo­cal rules as well as the rules of the sanc­tioned golf.

The first Sun­day of each month the club holds Mug day, the over­all win­ner re­ceives an en­graved mug which goes to a point score for an end of the year tro­phy.

This day is an 18-hole event. At each mug day, a lunch is pro­vided.

On other Sun­day morn­ings they play a leisurely nine-hole event.

For a small do­na­tion you can start the day with an egg and ba­con sand­wich with the funds go­ing back to the club.

The yearly fees are pos­si­bly the low­est you will come across.

You only need to play one day a week to re­cover the cost.

The club would like to men­tion some of its most val­ued spon­sors who have of­fered to sup­port in­di­vid­ual days of golf.

Bill Long Club Cars, Bill Kirch­hof Plas­ter­ing and Bob and Rose Cochrane are just a few.

The golf club ap­pre­ci­ates the sup­port of the vol­un­teers who each week put in the ex­tra ef­fort to en­sure the on­go­ing suc­cess of the club.

The greens and fair­ways are all cared for by vol­un­teers as well as the bar which ex­em­pli­fies the pas­sion of the peo­ple look­ing af­ter the course.

The club also thanks the out­go­ing so­cial club com­mit­tee and con­grat­u­lates mem­bers on the great job that they have done and ac­knowl­edges the high level of com­mit­ment they have dis­played in the past year.

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