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Associated Equipment Division
Associated Equipment Division
Kompleks Kejuruteraan Tractors, 1, Jalan Puchong, Taman Perindustrian Puchong Utama,
47100 Puchong, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. Tel: 03-80601002 Fax: 03-80602002
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Contents
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Management Committee
Editor’s Message
Vice-President’s Message
Captain’s Message
Introduction Night
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Club Updates
• Club Car Stickers
• Indiscriminate Parking
• Lightning & Siren
• A Friendly Reminder
• No Smoking Area
• Notice
• No Entry
• National Handicap System (NHS) Card
• Golf Insurance Card
• Lost & Found
• Rules Book
• KGS One Ringgit Charity Fund
• News from Caddy Committee, Captain’s Committee 2006
• Caddy Charity Fund
• To Serve You Better
• Registration of Buggy
• 2-Ball or 1-Ball Matches on Weekends/Public Holidays
• Forfeiture of Tournament Prizes
• Dress Code During Prize Giving Lunch
• Kelab Golf Sarawak Goes Online
• Important Telephone Numbers
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Ongoing & Upcoming Events
• September Events
- 20th Merdeka Cup
- PGABS Classic 2006
• November Events
- Sarawak Closed Golf Championship 2006
- Naim Cendera Sarawak Masters
- Sarawak Chief Minister’s Cup
- Sarawak Club President Deputy President & Ladies Trophies
- DBKU Datuk Bandar Trophy
• December Events
- QC-KGS Club Championship 2006
- Captain’s Trophy
• The Ace Club
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Club Happenings
• Purefit Sportexcel National Circuit
• Ngiling Tikai 2006 / Agong Visit
• KGS 12th Annual Gym Night
• Staff Dinner 2006
• Sarawak Classic 2006
• Learning Visit From Institut Perguruan Tun Abdul Razak, Sarawak.
• Hyundai Classic 2006
• Transview Classic 2006
• Reciprocal Trip to Singapore and Johore
• Agong’s 2nd Visit to KGS
• KGS Transview Junior Monthly Medals
• Colouring & Drawing Competition
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Lady Golf
Golf Rules
New Reciprocal Clubs
Health & Fitness
The Library
Golf Jokes
Club Facilities
MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Management Committee
PRESIDENT
YAB Pehin Sri Dr. Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud
Membership & Establishment
YBhg. Tan Sri Datuk Amar (Dr) Haji Hamid bin Bugo
SBS, DP, PSM, SPMJ, SSDK, DGSM, SSAP, SSSA, SPMT, SPDK, DPPN,
Kt. WE (Thailand), KEPN (Indonesia), SPMB (Brunei),
KOU (Korea), AO (Australia), PCD
Entertainment
Alvin Yong Sze Lung
House & Development
Gani Bin Matahir @ Abdul Ghanie Tahir
DEPUTY PRESIDENT
YABhg. Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr. Wong Soon Kai
Food & Beverage
James Ling Chung
DP PSM DA PNBS PBS
VICE PRESIDENT
YABhg. Tan Sri Datuk Amar (Dr) Haji Hamid bin Bugo
Security & Safety
Harisson Lunsa PPP, PPT
PSM PJN DA PNBS JSM JBK PPB Hon. Doctor of Commerce
Library
Udin Bujang
SECRETARY
Shahary Haji Alias
CLUB MANAGEMENT
General Manager – Bernard Lee Meng Hock
Email : [email protected]
Finance & Administration Manager – Wang Kheng Boi
Email : [email protected]
Activities Manager – Lester Simbas
Email : [email protected]
Assistant Activities Manager – Nisewan Haji Abdul Rahim
Security Manager – Jamali B Fadil
Assistant Golf Course Superintendent – Chiu Nyian Shin
Operations & Maintenance Executive – Stanley Soo
Membership & Activities Executive – Shirleyna Kim Dupo
Email : [email protected]
Administration Executive – Rosnah Said
Accounts Executive – Audrey Edwin
TREASURER
Peter Chin Mui Khiong
CLUB CAPTAIN
Patrick Chieng Ping Ung
COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Haji Abdul Jalil Bin Abdul Rahman
Lee Kui Thiam
Gani Bin Matahir @ Abdul Ghanie Tahir
James Ling Chung
Baijuri Jaujie
Haji Soedirman Bin Haji Aini
Udin Bujang
Harisson Lunsa PPP, PPT
Alvin Yong Sze Lung
Sole Authorized Dealer of DaimlerChryler Malaysia Sdn Bhd (596096-H) in East Malaysia.
Si Khiong Industries Sdn Bhd
(8953A)
Kuching (Padungan Showroom) 082-333 460 • Sibu 084-210 308 • Bintulu 086-332 446 • Miri 085-651 699
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Editor’s Message
Editor’s
Message Message
Editor’s
The 1st, 2nd and 3rd Quarters of The
Golfer revealed one thing: there is a
lot to do to be able to come up with
a 32-page club magazine. Obviously,
it is time to gear up for the 4th Quarter
issue of our magazine. The earlier we
start preparing, the better it is for us
to scale beyond the usual area of
coverage for advertisements and
other matters related to the production of the magazine. Those
outside looking in may not have realised what it entails to
produce a magazine the standard of which The Golfer aspires
to achieve and, thank goodness, has achieved.
small contribution towards The Golfer’s income via an
advertisement.
There is room for improvement in every department, more
particularly so in the advertisement department. Those
entrusted to take up the responsibility to solicit advertisements
from prospective clients must push themselves to the limits to
realise the potential of what can be gained with a little bit of
extra mileage. As editor, I wish to appeal to every member to
chip in to boost our collection of advertisement fund for the
magazine.
Club members having an interest at heart for the growth and
prosperity of The Golfer should use all their influence and
initiative to solicit contributions from among our members in
the form of articles, sketches, cartoons, jokes, etc. The objective
of our club is to make our magazine a piece of club journal equal
to, if not better than, those produced by leading clubs in the
Asean region.
As I have always mentioned, The Golfer should expand beyond
32 pages. Prestigious clubs such as the Singapore Island Club,
to mention just one, has its magazine spreading up to 50 pages.
We may not be able to place ourselves at par with the Singapore
Island Club but it is not impossible for KGS to produce a quarterly
magazine with 35 to 40 pages. To do that, we have to get club
members to be passionate about helping KGS in the enrichment
of its club magazine. They could make literary contributions
covering subjects of family, social, humorous, general and
sporting interests.
The measure of a club with premier status is that its magazine,
monthly or quarterly, reveal the club’s intellectual strength, social
influence and membership prosperity. Reading through the
pages of The Golfer, we are still a long way before we could arrive
at that lofty and developed stage.
It is a pity that The Golfer is still unable to stand on its own feet
from advertisement revenue. For the sake of transparency,
advertisement income per quarter averages RM5,000.00. The
quarterly expenditure for the production of KGS magazine is
RM14,100.00. Hence, the need to subsidise quite substantially
for every quarter. Leading clubs in the region that have taken
full advantage of advertisement revenues pay for the production
of their magazines entirely from the proceeds collected from
advertisements. The management should sit down to work out
strategies to overcome this shortcoming. We should take
advantage of those committee members and club members who
are influential and have business connections to assist us in
procuring advertisement spaces.
If we have succeeded to impress KGS members with our current
effort, we should not be complacent and rest in smug
contentment. Our success should breed more success. With
everyone being conscious of our responsibility, we should make
it our pledge to produce The Golfer solely from income derived
from advertisements.
Datu Dr. Haji Yusoff bin Haji Hanifah
Editor-in-chief
KGS can be proud of the quality of its magazine, its wide
readership covering 3,350 members. All our affiliated clubs
receive our magazine on a regular basis. As I see it, the
opportunities out there are abundant, if not limitless. Personal
contacts among committee members, club members and
individuals with interests in our club welfare and those potential
advertisement donors should do the trick rather than the
traditional method of writing letters to would-be contributors.
We all know that such letters of requests for advertisements in
our magazine have never been answered and will never be. It is
not difficult to understand why. In business dealings there is no
better way to conclude a deal than personal contacts and
personal touch.
Editorial Committee
Chairman: YBhg Datu Dr Hj. Yusoff B Hj Hanifah
Committee Members : Patrick Chieng • Bernard Lee • Wang Kheng Boi
• Sim Kwong Hiong • James Ritchie • Lester Simbas • Nisewan Hj Abdul Rahim
KELAB GOLF SARAWAK
Petra Jaya, 93050 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Tel: 082-440966, 444791, 443398, 443412
Fax: 082-441733, 311935
E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.kgswak.com
I just dropped by at a friend’s office and suggested to him that
his company put up an advertisement in our magazine. His
response was immediate and thank God, it was positive. So we
had for the 2nd Quarter a new client participating in making a
Copyrights ©2006. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be
reproduced in any form or by any means without the written permission
of the publisher.
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Vice-President’s Message
Vice-President’s
Message
I think it is time to congratulate members of the management committee, the staff and others, including members,
on the improvement to the club, particularly the golf courses. Some members and visitors have commented that
they now have no reasons not to have low scores playing at KGS. Many must have worked hard to make the
improvements possible.
I like to believe that there has been a ‘cultural change’ among staff and members of KGS; a change for the better
and I do hope that this change will continue until this new culture becomes established. I note that many members
and staff have been seen replacing divots, raking bunkers and picking up rubbish, such as cigarette butts, pieces of
paper and plastic wrappers which were left behind by others, and throwing them in their proper place, the bins. It
is heartening to see the caterers for the halfway houses stopping to do cleaning up around them. Obviously, there
are still some culprits. Let us hope that these few will become fewer as they become aware that their uncooperative
and inconsiderate habits are not welcome and adding costs and damaging the club.
It is important that the improvements must continue. KGS is more than just a club servicing its members. It is where
visiting dignitaries, right up to Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan Agong, play golf when they visit Sarawak. Our
members include “Who’s Who’ in Sarawak. Our President is the Chief Minister. KGS occupies a central place in
Kuching and what happens at KGS and the state it is in, can be a reflection of what Kuching is all about. We are
obliged to keep the pride of Kuching high. Let us bear this in mind and help make the club a better place - a place
where we can all keep our head high and enjoy our golfing experience and relaxation to the utmost.
Selamat menyambut Bulan Merdeka.
Tan Sri Datuk Amar (Dr) Hamid Bugo
Vice President
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Captain’s Message
Captain’s
Message
in all) comprising a few management committee members and some
of our senior golfers, went to Singapore and played at 4 of the clubs
affiliated to KGS namely, the Singapore Island Country Club, Warren
Golf & Country Club, Seletar Country Club and Orchid Country Club.
Dear fellow golfers,
Traditionally, at KGS, the second and
third quarters of the year are the
busiest times at our club, with all the
major and club tournaments in full
swing. This year is no exception. Our
September calendar is already full,
with the change of venue for the
Merdeka Cup (originally to be held
in Sibu) to KGS. We’ll take a break in
October during the Puasa Month
before we “push on” again in
November with a few more major tournaments to come.
Heading the group was our Deputy President, Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri
Dr. Wong Soon Kai. We played friendly matches against the team put
up by Seletar Country Club and Orchid Country Club respectively.
Not only did our team enjoy the friendly matches and generous
hospitality of the host clubs, we also managed to enhance our
relationship with their committee members whom I’m sure will help
to nurture bi-lateral relationship between KGS and their clubs. We’ve
extended our open invitation for their members to visit us and I’m
sure we’ll be ready to reciprocate their hospitality when they visit us
next.
Almost all our tournaments are over-subscribed, an indication of the
strong support from our golfers. For this, I thank you all. A tournament
can only be as good as participation ... without keen participation of
members, even a well-sponsored tournament will lose its “shine”. With
keen participation and interaction in golf tournaments, we naturally
develop fellowship and goodwill amongst members and fellow
competitors.
Many of you would have noticed the spoon drain that we built over
the past few weeks alongside the buggy track in the Matang and
Santubong course. With the occasional onset of heavy showers during
the past week, we had the opportunity to test the effectiveness of
these spoon drains, and the feedback seems very positive indeed. We’ll
be installing more such spoon drains alongside a few more stretches
of the buggy track which are more prone to be water-logged, to
prepare ourselves for the coming landas season.
This is the spirit that gives a club, our club, the oomph! We can see the
spirit of goodwill and friendship clearly exhibited around the club
house especially at the golfers’ terrace. We tend to take this for granted,
but often the scene was “picked-up” and noticed by our visitors who
often commended us on this, the “KGS Clubbing Spirit”, the spirit that
we need to continue to nurture and build on, to make our club ... a
place like no other!
Lastly, it gives me great pleasure to report the recent successes of 3 of
our own junior golfers. Leonard Chin won the Mercedes Trophy Masters
Tournament in Bangkok and the victory earned him a place in the
Teens on the Green World Championship to be held in Atlanta, Georgia,
USA in October 2006. Well done Leonard! We wish you every success
at the Championship!
KGS played host to a VVIP twice during the past 3 months! We are
deeply honoured by the visit of Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan
Agong Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Ibni Al-Marhum Tuanku Syed Putra
Jamalullail, first on 18 th June, 2006 for the Ngiling Tikai Golf in
conjunction with Hari Gawai Celebration and again on 31st August
2006, when His Majesty was in Kuching to grace the National Merdeka
Celebration in Kuching. Unfortunately, the game was cut short due to
inclement weather.
12-year-old Abdul Rahim Abang Abdul Rahman emerged the A Medal
Champion in the recent Astro Masters played at Damai Golf & Country
Club. This win earned him a place in the Astro Masters Grand Final to
be held at Pantai Indah Kapuk Golf Club, Jakarta on 15-18 November
2006. 14-year-old Amanda Chin won the Sarawak Classic Ladies
Section held at KGS recently.
Yang Di-Pertuan Agong was generous in his comments regarding our
course (ref. to page 15 and 22 for a reproduction of his comments in
our Visitors’ Book). We are very grateful for His Majesty’s
encouragement and will strive to continuously improve on the
maintenance and upkeep of our course. We eagerly await His Majesty’s
next visit to KGS.
Congratulations to all the Juniors for their recent successes and I am
sure we’ll hear more of them in the future.
I made mention of the inter-club visit to Singapore in the last issue of
The Golfer. I’m glad to report that in August, a group of us (22 golfers
Patrick Chieng
Club Captain
Happy Golfing!
C A P TA I N ’ S C O M M I T T E E C H A I R P E R S O N S
Club Captain
Patrick Chieng
Green
Lu Su Ket
Lady Captain
Tengku Intan Morni
Swimming
Tommy Lau
Deputy Captain &
Rules and Handicap
Chairman
Haji Abdul Jalil Abdul Rahman
Tournament
Lee Kui Thiam
Junior Golf
Clarence Chin
Snooker
Haji Dawi Drahman
Caddy
Sim Kwong Hiong
Racket
Alvin Yong Sze Lung
Gym
Dr Lee Hua Seng
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Membership
I ntroduction n ight
The second introduction night for the year 2006 was held on Friday, 4 th August 2006. The KGS
Management would like to extend a warm welcome to the new members of the Club.
K
Chieng Tiong Mee
K
David Chia Chee Hwa
K
Chai Min Hian
K
Goh Tze Wee
K
Khairul Ariffin Bin Abdul Aziz
K
Loh Ing King
K
Ling Ing Tung
K
Timothy Lau Khur Tat
K
Lee Lit Fung
K
Loh Leh Ching
K
Lau Sie Kwong
K
Anastasia Ng Suan Kim
K
Mohd Yusri Jusmail
K
Dr. Ngenang Ak Jangu
K
Ng Soo Ye @ Ng Thin Sung
K
Osman Bin Imbun
K
Rakayah Hamdan
K
Sarbjit Singh Khaira
K
Solomon Tan Yiin Yuh
K
Tang Su Fan
K
Andy Wong Sing Yong
K
Anie Wong Muk Ngiik
K
Raymong Wee Seng Bin
K
Vincent Yii Wei Kheng
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Club Updates
Club Car Stickers
Collect your new car stickers at the Golf Registration Counter. The first two (2) stickers will be
charged at RM 1.00 per piece. Additional stickers are charged at RM 50.00 per piece.
Indiscriminate Parking
The Management would like to seek members’ full cooperation to observe parking
regulations to ensure the smooth flow of traffic within the Club premises. A fine of
RM 30.00 shall be imposed on members who park indiscriminately around the club vicinity
(i.e. yellow line and restricted areas).
Lightning & Siren
A Friendly Reminder
For safety reason, all golfers are advised to stop play
immediately once the siren for Discontinue Play is
turned on.
Disciplinary actions will be taken against those who fail
to observe the instruction.
Golfers are advised not to leave any
valuables / personal belongings
unattended inside the buggy to avoid
occurrence of any untoward incidents.
No Smoking Area
Notice
With immediate effect, members who are found to
smoke at non-smoking areas will be fined
RM 100.00 for each offence committed.
Cross over from Siol and
Demak to Matang and
Santubong is strictly
prohibited.
NO ENTRY
The Management has put up about 20 signages to warn trespassers / ball
pickers from entering the Club.
Golf
Insurance
Card
le of
Sasmurpance
in card
National
Handicap
System
(NHS) Card
Golfers registered under the National Handicap System
(NHS) may collect their handicap cards on the 1st day
of each month.
&
Lost
Golfers insured under the Royal & Sun Alliance may
collect their golf insurance cards at the Activities Office.
Found Rules Book
A list of “Lost & Found” items is
posted at the Club’s Notice Board.
Please contact the Security Section
to make any claim.
FREE
Collect your
copy from the Activities
Office today.
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Club Updates
KGS One Ringgit Charity Fund
On the 20th June, about 5 charitable organisations
in Sarawak received donation from the Club
amounting RM 2000.00 each. Representing the Club
were Shahary Alias, Club Secretary and Bernard Lee
Meng Hock, KGS General Manager to hand over the
cheques to the representatives of the charitable
organisations. The five charitable organisations were
Malaysian Red Crescent Society, Kuching Chapter, Persatuan Hospis Sarawak,
Rumah Seri Kenangan, Sarawak Cheshire Home and Sarawak Society For
The Deaf.
KGS Charity Fund was started in the year 1999. The main objective of the
fund is to provide financial assistance to charitable organisations in Sarawak
particularly in Kuching.
News from Caddy Committee, Captain’s Committee 2006
The Caddy Committee has taken steps to look into the performance of the caddies as well as their welfare.
Caddy Evaluation Form
Caddy of the 2nd Quarter of 2006 Wan Hamdan
Caddy evaluation forms are provided for golfers to assess the performance of their caddies during the round of golf. Assessment
shall be based on their knowledge, skill and attitude as caddies.
Every caddy before caddying shall be given a caddy evaluation form and he shall hand it over to the golfer at the end of the round
for assessment. The evaluation form must be deposited into the Caddy Assessment Box provided.
Awards will be given out quarterly to the best caddy assessed. This evaluation will also provide some basis for upgrading of
caddies. This year the award for the best caddy of 2nd Quarter went to Encik Wan Hamdan.
Caddy Charity Fund
The Caddy Charity Fund was started in June 2006. The objective of the fund is to provide
financial assistance to caddies who are in need of help due to any unfortunate
happenings. In the months of June and July, with the generous contributions from
the members, guests and staff of KGS, we were able to collect about RM 2000.00 for
our long time serving caddy, Minggu Wee who had served KGS since 1990 until the
unfortunate incident last year which caused him to be paralysed.
The fund will be given to him in three stages, the first of which consisting cash
RM 500.00 and daily goods worth RM 300.00 was delivered to Minggu at his house on Friday, 11th August 2006 by a delegation
headed by the Deputy Club Captain, Caddy Committee Chairman and the Club Management.
The Caddy Committee would like to thank all the members, guests and staff for the contributions towards the fund.
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Club Updates
TO SERVE YOU BETTER
To all members,
To serve you better the club management aims to continually improve the services and facilities that the club
has to offer. These are some of the changes made for improvement.
Golf Course Rectification Work.
Installation of spoon drain, manhole and PVC subsoil pipe
for drainage improvement at Hole 1, Matang.
Installation of spoon drain, manholes and widening of the
buggy path at Hole 2 and 3 Matang.
Eugenia oleana trees newly planted at boundary between
Filicium decipiens trees newly planted at the new car
Hole 5 and 6 Matang
park.
A
nd for that, the club
management would like to seek
cooperation from all members to
take care of our facilities and not
to vandalise or litter them.
This is what happened at our
course recently due to the
destructive littering habit of
certain members, a tiny cigarette
butt causing a fire and a scare.
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Club Updates
Registration of Buggy
With immediate effect, all buggy registrations must
be done at the Golf Registration Counter at the main
clubhouse. Cash transaction is not allowed at the
Buggy Centre.
1.
The golfer using the buggy must undertake
to return the said buggy at the end of play in
as good condition as received.
2. The buggy user shall not hold KGS/ Buggy
Centre responsible for any damages or claims
whatsoever arising from the golfer’s use of
the said buggy, and shall be solely
responsible to pay for
all the damages
incurred while the
said buggy is in the
golfer’s possession.
3. Buggy users must be
over 18 years of age.
2-Ball or 1-Ball Matches on Weekends/Public
Holidays
With immediate effect, 2-Ball or 1-Ball matches are allowed on Siol/
Demak nines before 8:00 a.m. and after 5:00 p.m. on weekends and
public holidays. Walk-in registration is 30 minutes before tee-off time.
Booking in advance is not permitted.
Forfeiture of Tournament Prizes
Winners of all golf tournaments organised by the club are required to
be present at the prize giving function to collect their prizes, failing
which the prizes will be forfeited. Those who are unable to be present
must submit a written explanation to the Tournament Committee for
exemption.
Dress Code During Prize Giving Lunch
As a gesture of courtesy and respect for our sponsors,
fellow members and guests, all golfers must be smartly
dressed when attending the prize giving ceremony
for all club competitions. Singlets and sleeveless shirts
are not allowed.
Important Telephone Numbers
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102
103
104
105
106
107
109
110
111
112
113
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114
115
116
117
118
120
123
127
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443499
311368
General Manager
Finance and Admin Manager
Activities Manager
Accounts
Accounts
Membership
Administration
Library
Assistant Activities Manager
Badminton/Squash
Swimming Pool
Golfer’s Changing Room
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Personnel
Snooker
Gymnasium
Proshop
Activities Office
Security Guard
Operation & Maintenance
Poolside Bistro
Golfers Terrace
Golf Course Maintenance
Buggy Centre
Important Telephone Numbers
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Ongoing & Upcoming Events
September Events
20th Merdeka Cup
2nd - 3rd September 2006
PGABS Classic 2006
16th September 2006
September Events
November Events
Sarawak Closed Golf Championship
4th - 5th November 2006
Naim Cendera Sarawak Masters
17th - 19th November 2006
Sarawak Chief Minister’s Cup
21st - 23rd November 2006
Sarawak Club President Deputy President
& Ladies Trophies 25th November 2006
DBKU Datuk Bandar Trophy
26th November 2006
November Events
December Events
QC-KGS Club Championship 2006
1st - 3rd December 2006
Captain’s Trophy
10th December 2006
December Events
* The above dates are subject to change
The Ace Club
“The Golfer” would like to congratulate the following members who have achieved
the illustrious hole-in-one:
1. Jong Wee Khiong
Demak 17
5th June 2006
2. Tang Get Meng
Matang 17
22nd June 2006
3. Francis Ting Hing Hua
Matang 8
13th August 2006
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Club Happenings
Purefit Sportexcel National Circuit
About 40 junior golfers from all over Malaysia competed to be the
best in the Purefit Sportexcel National Circuit golf competition
which was held on the 7th & 8th June 2006. The two-day event
witnessed Alex Tiong from Sibu emerged as champion in Boys
Group A. Meanwhile KGS junior golfer, Oh Sea Joon proved himself
by winning the first place in Boys Group B. Amanda Chin also
grabbed number one spot in Girls Group C. For the combined Boys
Group D and Girls Group D, Leonard Chin beat the entire rivalry by
winning the first place in the group.
SCOREBOARD
Gross
Gross
Boys Group A
Girls Group C
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Alex Tiong
Oh Sea Ho
Ahmad Nazrin Shah
Innurizam Bin Alim
Henry Yeo
150
153
170
173
178
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Amanda Chin
Kathryn Joanna Sim
Kelly Tan
Melissa Liu
Dayang Zuriati
163
168
171
173
236
Gross
Gross
Boys Group B
Combined Boys Group D & Girls Group D
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Oh Sea Joon
Ting Sing Teck
Nelson Liu
Kendrick Chin
Samuel Goh
152
162
168
172
175
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Leonard Chin
Abd Rahim Abg Abd Rahman
Chan Tuck Soon
Jeremiah Kim
Malcom Adam Tay
153
155
161
166
175
Club Happenings
Ngiling Tikai 2006 / Agong Visit
On the 18th of June, once again
the club was greatly honoured
by the visit of Seri Paduka
Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan
Agong Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin
Ibni Al-Marhum Tuanku Syed Putra Jamalullail to
grace the Ngiling Tikai Golf 2006. Another Guest Of Honour was our Tuan
Yang Terutama Yang di Pertua Negeri Sarawak, Tun Datuk Patinggi Abang
Haji Muhammad Salahuddin. The event, which started at 8.00 a.m.
sharp witnessed more than 100 participants.
In the main event, Jack Karin received the championship trophy
from His Majesty when he became the overall champion with a
score of 67 nett. Roslan Salleh grabbed first place in the gross
section with the score of 77. Meanwhile in the Invited Guests
category, Mr. Vincent Tan and YBhg Tan Sri Dato’ Ahmad Johan won
the first place in the nett and gross section respectively.
SCOREBOARD
Main Event
Nett
1. Jack Karin
2. Andrew Peter
3. Lucas Lai
4. Alias Bujang
5. James Jawat
Gross
1. Roslan Salleh
2. Mohd. Ashari
3. Albert Tanon
4. Zainuddin Akup
5. Abdul Wahab Majid
Invited Guests
Nett
1. Vincent Tan
2. Hoan Kee Hock
3. Peter Sawal
4. Hj Len Talif Salleh
5. Winsel Ahtos
67
68
69 (OCB)
69
70
Gross
1. YBhg Tan Sri Dato’ Ahmad Johan
2. Lee Kui Thiam
3. Hyginus Kevin
4. Dr. Penguang Manggil
5. Abdul Aziz Ismail
77
79
80
81
82
15
68 (OCB)
68
69 (OCB)
69 (OCB)
69
80
82
85
87
88
Club Happenings
KGS 12th Annual Gym Night
On the 12th of June, KGS held its 12th Annual Gym Night in
appreciation of its gym members. Lots of activities were
prepared for the night event such as introduction of new gym
members, dance performances, games and much more. With
Mr. Clarence Soh, Mr. Alenge as hosts for the night, all gym
members, not forgetting our Gym Chairman, Dr. Lee Hua Seng,
attended the function and enjoyed themselves throughout
the night.
Staff Dinner 2006
On 24th June 2006, the Club organised its annual
staff dinner. The objective of the annual dinner was
to strengthen the relationship among the staff and
the management. The dinner which started at 8.00 p.m.
was attended by our Deputy President, DPTS Dr. Wong
Soon Kai who also kindly contributed RM 1000.00 for the
lucky draw. Many exciting entertainments such as live
band performance, games and lucky draws were offered. The
night also witnessed the presentation of awards for long service and
outstanding performances of KGS staff.
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Club Happenings
Sarawak Classic 2006
(YB Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr. George Chan’s Challenge Trophy)
On 29th & 30th July, the Club organised the Sarawak Classic 2006
golf competition. More than 100 golfers from all over Sarawak
took part in this event. The two-day event tested the golfers’
skill and endurance and the best was declared the proud
winner for the YB Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr. George Chan’s
Challenge Trophy 2006.
Lee Ka Tung From Sibu
proved to his opponent
that he was still the top
golfer in this region
when he carded a
two-day gross score of
143, beating Alex Tiong
and Oh Sea Ho by six
and seven strokes
respectively. In the nett
category, Joseph Wong
emerged winner with
the nett score of 145. For
the Ladies, Amanda
Chin was declared the ladies overall winner in the gross category and
Melissa Liu for the nett category.
Meanwhile, in the Invited Guests section, YB Francis Harden won the nett
and KGS evergreen golfer, T C Ong emerged as the winner for the gross
category.
SCOREBOARD
Men Gross 36 Holes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Lee Ka Tung
Alex Tiong
Oh Sea Ho
Kelana Ibrahim
Abdul Aziz Sahari
Men Nett 36 Holes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Joseph Wong
Lim Tiong Hai
Terence Chai
Alias Bujang
Zainuddin Akup
Day 1
71
74
73
73
79
Day 1
76
75
72
76
74
Day 2
72
75
77
77
72
Day 2
69
70
73
70
72
Ladies Gross 36 Holes Day 1
Total
143
149
150 (OCB)
150
151
1. Amanda Chin
2. Dianne Luke
3. Joanne Sim
Ladies Nett 36 Holes
1. Melissa Liu
2. Norzan Bujang
Total
145 (OCB)
145
145
146(OCB)
146(OCB)
Invited Guests Nett 18 Holes
1.
2.
3.
4.
YB Francis Harden
George Tang
Jackson Lim
Vincent Bong
5. Polit Hamzah
82
86
84
Day 2
77
76
81
Total
159
162
165
Day 1
76
76
Day 2
70
75
Total
146
151
Invited Guests Gross 18 Holes
65
66
69 (OCB)
69 (OCB)
1.
2.
3.
4.
69 (OCB)
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T C Ong
Brian Chien
Francis Then
Michael Lim
77
78
80 (OCB)
80 (OCB)
Club Happenings
Learning Visit
From
Institut
Perguruan
Tun Abdul
Razak,
Sarawak.
On 31st July 2006, about 40 students from Institut
Perguruan Tun Abdul Razak visited our Club. The visit was
part of the curriculum for their subject. The Club
management welcomed them and later briefed them
about KGS. After that, they were brought around the
vicinity of the clubhouse to see our facilities and to the
golf course to enlighten them on the operations and
maintenance of the golf course. The students were
treated to lunch towards the end of their visit.
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Club Happenings
Hyundai Classic 2006
The ever popular Hyundai Classic was held on Saturday, 12th August 2006. The
event, which has been two years in existence, attracted so many golfers that it
was well over subscribed. Hyundai Classic 2006 offered 1 unit of Hyundai Sonata
and 1 unit of Inokom Matrix as the hole-in-one prizes.
This year, Salim Pai carded a nett score of 67 to be the winner on count back in
the nett category followed by Awang Ibrahim and Gilbert Tan in second
and third placing respectively. For the gross category, Muas Sebli with
the score of 76 secured the first placing followed by Mohamad Ashari
second with 78 and Kho Hua Sin third place with 79.
SCOREBOARD
Nett
1.
Salim Pai
67 (OCB)
2.
Abang Ibrahim
67
3.
Gilbert Tan
68
4. Ha Sang Ryong
69
5.
Hariffin Awg Bini
70 (OCB)
6.
James Sung
70 (OCB)
7.
Abd Rahim Abg Abd Rahman
70
8.
Azlzn Mohd Salleh
71 (OCB)
9.
Ismail Ali
71 (OCB)
10. Robin Fong
71 (OCB)
Gross
1.
Muas Sebli
76
2.
Mohamad Ashari
78
3.
Kho Hua Sin
79
4.
Herman Bulang
79
5.
Abd Aziz Sahari
81 (OCB)
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Club Happenings
Transview Classic 2006
The 5th Transview Classic 2006 was successfully held on the
19th August 2006. More than 200 participants took part in
various categories and played at Matang/Santubong and Siol
/Demak courses.
For the Group A gross category, our junior golfer Leonard
Chin took the first place with an impressive score of 76
followed by Muas Sebli and Herman Bulang in second and
third respectively. Meanwhile, Robert Elone Sireng scored 66
nett to emerge as winner in the Group A Nett. In Group B,
Alex Chan Soo Kiat won the nett category with a 67 while
Abang Marani shot 89 to win in the gross category.
SCOREBOARD
In the Invited Guests category, Lucas Lai took home the first
prize after beating Kong Chee Kwong and Madzlan Mohd
Salleh to second and third place in the nett event. Meanwhile
Sylvester Ajah won the gross category with a score of 82.
Group A
Gross
1. Leonard Chin
2. Muas Sebli
3. Herman Bulang
76
78 (OCB)
78 (OCB)
Nett
1. Robert Elone Sireng
2. Wilfred Landong
3. Vincent Wong
66
67 (OCB)
67 (OCB)
Group B
Nett
1. Alex Chan Soo Kiat
2. Robin Fong
3. Ismail Ali
Gross
1. Abang Marani
2. Lokman Jaafar
3. Joseph Liu
67
68
69
89
90
90 (OCB)
Invited Guests
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Nett
1. Lucas Lai
2. Kong Chee Kwong
3. Mazlan Mohd Salleh
65
68
69 (OCB)
Gross
1. Sylvester Ajah Subah
2. Sukiman Aini
3. Abdul Ghani Tahir
82 (OCB)
82 (OCB)
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Club Happenings
Reciprocal
Trip to
Singapore
and
Johore
Our Deputy President, DPTS Dr. Wong Soon Kai presenting a
memento to Captain of Seletar Country Club, Mr. Keith Sim during
prize presentation lunch
Our Club Captain, Mr. Patrick Chieng presenting a
memento to Miss Sri, representative from Austin Hills Golf
and Country Club, our new reciprocal club.
On the 21st to 26th August,
about 22 golfers from our
Club joined the golfing
trip to some reciprocal
clubs in Johore and
Singapore. The group, led
by our Deputy President,
Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr.
Wong Soon Kai played a
round of golf at Austin
Hills Golf and Country
Club, Seletar Country
Group photo with some of the Singapore Island Country Club members after the golf game
Club, Warren Golf &
Country Club, Orchid
Country
Club
and
Singapore Island Country
Club. Friendly matches
were arranged by some of
the host teams and
attractive prizes were
offered. Members were
well treated. Mementos
were
exchanged.
Friendships
established.
were
Group photo taken with members of Orchid Club after the friendly game.
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Club Happenings
Agong’s 2nd Visit to KGS
On the National Day 31 st
August 2006, the club was
once again honoured by
the visit of Seri Paduka
Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan
Agong Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Ibni Al-Marhum
Tuanku Syed Putra Jamalullail. The Royal visit to KGS by His Majesty
was done after officiating the 49th Merdeka Celebration which was
held at Padang Merdeka. Tuan Yang Terutama Yang di-Pertua Negeri
Sarawak together with our Deputy President Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri
Dr. Wong Soon Kai and other Management Committee members
were at the club to welcome His Majesty.
After some light lunch, His Majesty began his round of golf game at
our Matang / Santubong course. Unfortunately the game was cut
short to nine holes due to bad weather. During tea time, the Club
represented by our
Deputy
President
handed over a souvenir
to His Majesty to
commemorate
his
second visit to KGS.
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Club Happenings
KGS Transview Junior Monthly Medals
The Junior Monthly Medals was introduced in the month of July 2006. The main objective
of the programme is to encourage junior members to play golf as part of their sports
activities and to sharpen their skills. This programme also aims to nurture future golf talents
from KGS.
The first monthly medal was held on the 15th July 2006. The monthly medal was divided
into 3 categories consisting of Group A (Handicap 18 & below), Group B (Handicap 19-40)
and 9 holes game. For the month of July, Joanna Sim, Goh Chee Chen and Laura Goh were
the winners for their respective categories.
The August monthly medal was divided in two categories comprising combined group A,
B & C and 9 holes game. This time, Brenner Goh won the combined group category while
Celine Goh won the 9 holes game. Congratulations to all the winners and keep it up.
15th July 2006
July Winner
13th August 2006
Group A (Handicap 18 & below)
Joanna Sim
1st Gross
2nd Gross
Amanda Chin
1st Nett
Nelson Liu
70
83
78
Group B (Handicap 19 – 40)
Goh Chee Chen
1st Nett
1st Gross
Derrick Teo
66
99
9 Holes Game
Laura Goh
1st Nett
2nd Nett
Celine Goh
35
47
Combined Group A, B & C
Brenner Goh
1st Nett
2nd Nett
Samuel Goh
1st Gross
Kathryn Joanna
61
67
76
9 Holes Game
Celine Goh
1st Nett
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August Winner
On Sunday, 25th June, the Club organised a
KGS Colouring & Drawing competition. The
event was divided into 4 categories open
to all children of KGS members. The main
objective of the event was to provide some
activities for the children and to uncover
their talents. More than 30 children took
part in this joyous event which also saw the
chairman and members of the Library
Committee giving a helping hand and not
forgetting the parents, who came to give
full support to their children. All the best to
the participants! Nervous expressions on
the faces of the young participants while
smiles and satisfaction on the faces of the
parents were what you could see that day.
Joys and cheers during the prize
presentation. See you all again next year!
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Lady Golf
With seven teams, we had our game also
at Siol and Demak on the 22nd of July 2006.
Based on three best scores of each team
members, Camelia was all out playing well
and managed to oust last year’s champion
Poison Ivy who managed to get third place
this year. Camelia’s team member Sofia
Bujang was on heat returning six under
from her given handicap. The Runner-Up team was Heliconia. Wooden Spoon
team went to Yellow Alamanda. As usual we had our prize giving lunch at
the Club’s Bistro.
Winnner .......
1. The Lady Captain has used
her magic wand to change
the Flowers into Monkeys .....
2. Last year’s champion, Poison
Ivy now 3rd placing
June 2006
Nett Winner
1st 9
2nd 9
Gross Winner
2
1
Sofia Bujang
Lim Soh Hua
Lim Boon Chun
Norzan Bujang
Nett 73
Nett 33
Nett 35
Gross 92
Sofia Bujang
Irene Lian
Chan Siew Yan
Norzan Bujang
Nett 64
Net 32
Nett 33
Gross 90
July 2006
Nett Winner
1st 9
2nd 9
Gross Winner
DAME’S CUP (Ladies’ match play)
BUZY BEES BALLSWEEP RESULTS
June 2006
Lim Soh Hua was given the task to organise
the game. Dame’s Cup was simultaneously
played on the same day as the Flower Power
Team event. It was played only on Siol/Demak
courses and handicap played would be of July’s
official handicap. The cut off qualifiers was
sixteen players and Lim Soh Hua had her chart
displayed at the Ladies Changing Room.
Second round was played on August. Buzy
Bees monthly ballsweep but for those who
cannot make it would have to make
Early Birds winner June &
arrangement to play on any days of their and
July 2006
their opponent’s day of convenience. Losers
from the second game will be dropped to the loser’s pool. The games have
so far gone as planned with the last match to end on Tuesday 22nd of August
2006. A promised Lamb BBQ sponsored by Norzan still stand even though
earlier arranged dinner at Sarawak Club has to be relocated. The committee
would also like to say thank you and our utmost gratitude to Celine Foo for
her time to look for a sponsor of RM200.00 to the Dame’s Cup event. We
sincerely hope all ladies could give us full support in any event that we
organise in the near future.
Flower Power
EARLY BIRDS BALLSWEEP RESULTS
This year’s team members
JASMINE
Sandra Chai
Dany Nebb
Cecilia Wee
Rosalind Kang
YELLOW ALAMANDA
Christian Teo
Janet Smith
Noreen Wong
Livan Deng
LILY of the VALLEY
Biba Djumic
Latifah Bujang
Martina Sim
Noi Wong
HELICONIA
Ong Mooi Lian
Chan Siew Yan
Annie Boon
Marana Mohd Sahari
POISON IVY
Tengku Intan
Norzan Bujang
Nancy Munjan
Irene Lian
LAVENDER
Celine Foo
Daisy Tan
Teo Whye Siew
Teo Whye Jin
There was no game.
July 2006
Nett Winner
1st 9
2nd 9
Gross Winner
August 2006
Nett Winner
1st 9
2nd 9
Gross Winner
Lim Wui Ling
Christina Teo’
Teo Whye Siew
Latifah Bujang
SWINGING COUPLES
The Ladies’ Committee has once again organised ‘The
Swinging Couples’. As usual many factors have brought
husbands to join forces with the wives to outdo other couples
It was played on June 16th and the battle was at Siol and
Demak. About 20 couples took part and that morning there
was a lot of ‘huh hah’ among husbands that they were
threatened by their wives if they decided to change their mind
not to play because they were invited to join the Agong at
Matang-Santubong (The Ngiling Tikai event). The husbands
were quite tempted to abandon the wives but a little
persuasion did go a long way. Thank you ladies for your stand
to support us. We would like to say thank you to all husbands
for making time to spend their weekend with their wives. A
big BRAVO to all of you.
Winners for the Swinging Couples Competition
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
Prize Giving Lunch
at KGS Bistro
Livan Deng
Chan Siew Yan
Pauline Gan
Josephine Kong
Norzan and Andre
Chan Siew Yan and Daryl
Annie Boon and John Bong
Ong Mooi Lian and Clarence Chin
Lim Vui Ling and Hong Siong
-5
+6
+7
+8
+9
Wooden Spoon
Rita and John Sammy
Hooray to Chan Siew Yan for organising the event.
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Golf Rules
GOLF RULES BRIEFING AND PRACTICAL/TEST SESSION
SCHEDULE 2006
MONTH
GOLF RULES BRIEFING
GOLF RULES PRACTICAL / TEST SESSION
PERSON IN-CHARGE
NOV
9:00 AM, 04/11 (SAT)
3:30 PM, 11/11 (SAT)
Peter Lee K C
Bernard Kiew
* The above schedule is subject to change.
Golf Lesson Times
Monday
Tuesday to Friday
Saturday
Sunday
-
Night Driving Range
12 noon to 6.30pm
6.30am to 6.30pm
6.30am to 2pm
10.30am to 2pm ; 5pm to 6.30pm
Opening Hours
Monday - Friday
6:45 pm - 9:00 pm
Junior Lessons
O Saturday
O Sunday
- 2pm to 5pm
- 7.30am to 10.30am ; 2pm to 5pm
Note - Night teaching lessons will be posted at the range
notice board at a later date.
Lesson Fees
DAVID JEST
Golf Professional
1 2
/ Hour
RM
45.00
Member of British Professional Golfer’s Association
H/P 012-8555425
1 Hour
RM
80.00
Package 6 x 1 Hour
RM 450.00
New Reciprocal Clubs
Great news to all KGS members, we have 3 new Reciprocal Clubs added to our list.
AUSTIN HILLS GOLF RESORT
Austin Hills Country Resort Bhd.
P.O. Box 155, Pos Malaysia Majidee,
81100 Johor Bahru.
Email : [email protected]
Tel : 07-3524300 Fax : 07-3538500
Facilities Available
Two championship 18-hole golf course
66 exclusive suites
Swimming pool
Tennis court
8-lane bowling alley
Sauna, Jacuzzi Karaoke Banquet facilities
Term of payment : By cash or credit card only
KENINGAU GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
Jalan Luagan, Kampung Pasir Putih,
P.O. Box 990, 89008 Keningau, Sabah.
Tel : 087-331113
Fax : 087-333002
Facilities Available :
18 Holes golf course
Snooker
Karaoke
Gymnasium Pro Shop Driving Range
Term of payment : By cash or credit card only
Tennis
ZHAOQING RESORT AND GOLF CLUB
Huilong Town, Gaoyao City,
Zhaoqing Guandong Province, China.
Email : [email protected]
Tel : 86-758-8162168
Fax : 86-758-8162078
Facilities Available
18-hole golf course Tennis Billiard Table tennis Exercise trail
Gymnasium Driving range Western & Chinese restaurant Fishing
port Children playground Massage , Beauty Mahjong & Card
room Conference & Exhibition
Term of payment : By cash or credit card only
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Head Office
Lot 378, 1st Floor, Kheng Chew Building,
Blacksmith Road, 93174 Kuching, Sarawak.
Tel: 082-235328, 429675 Fax: 082-251032
Showroom
Ground Floor, Crown Square,
88, Jalan Pending, 93450 Kuching.
Tel: 082-330668 Fax: 082-251032
Sibu Branch
No.20, Jalan Ding Lik Kwong 4
96000 Sibu, Sarawak.
Tel: 084-334498 Fax: 084-334443
Miri Office
Lot 96, Block 9, Ground Floor,
No.5B, Merbau Road,
98000 Miri, Sarawak.
Tel: 085-422042, 013-8359766
Fax: 085-422044
Kuala Lumpur Office
44B, 1st Floor, Jalan
Petaling Utama 9,
Off Jalan Klang Lama,
46000 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor
Tel: 03-77835088
Fax: 03-77835688
Health & Fitness
DEXTER BONG
By : Clarence Soh
Gym Instructor
Dexter Bong, an 18-year-old undergraduate at Swinburne Kuching, joined
KGS Gym in August 2005. A keen basketball player at the time, his main
intention for joining our KGS Gym was to improve his speed, physical
endurance, jumping ability and overall power. It was easy to see that just
after a few weeks of regular gym sessions, Dexter was increasing his muscle
mass exponentially. Seeing as though Dexter was growing so well, I felt it
was my duty to suggest that he should take up bodybuilding. I knew he had
great potential to be one of the greats, as I could see from his body structure,
growing ability and obvious ‘Body Builder Genetics’. Taking into account his
age, he would make a great body builder.
I discussed this with him, but he seemed uncertain and claimed to only be
interested in basketball. After a long conversation, I managed to convince
him to give bodybuilding a chance. But there was a catch, in order to record
and view his own progress, he would have to stop playing basketball, as it
would affect his muscle growth. Many intense, restless months of consistent
training and dieting passed, whilst his physique changed and evolved, until
he decided to join his first professional bodybuilding competition, the Mr.
Kuching Juniors Under 21 Body Building Competition, which was held at the
Kuching Civic Centre, on the 24th of June 2006. He entered an ordinary guy,
but left a champion. Taking only a few days to rest and celebrate his victory, he quickly moved on to prepare for his next
competition, the Mr. Sarawak Juniors Under 21 Body Building Competition at Rajah Court Hotel on the 15th of July 2006,
where again he ripped through all of the contenders in his category. His victory can only be described as ‘perfect’ as everybody
in the audience could clearly tell who the victor would be from the moment Dexter walked to centre stage. The result of his
victory in the Mr. Sarawak Junior Under 21 Bodybuilding competition did not only end with Dexter receiving the Mr. Sarawak
title, but also an invitation to represent Sarawak in the Mr. Malaysia Juniors Under 21 Body Building Championship on the
29th July 2006 in Penang.
This will be his hardest competition yet as we are all certain that he will again, be victorious. We wish him all the best and
hope that he returns to us as the Champion of Malaysia, bringing glory to the State. Win or lose, Dexter will still be our
rightful champion.
Good luck Dexter, we’re with you, buddy.
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The Library
Title: The Parisian Affair
Author: Judith Gould
Allegra Sheridan is a jewellery designer in Manhattan. Though far from rich and famous, the young jeweller has made a name for
herself designing one of a kind pieces for a small but elite clientele one of whom has offered allegro an extraordinary opportunity.
Wealthy software entrepreneur Hilton Whitehead has a mistress he’s eager to please. What Kitty wants, Kitty gets. And this time
Kitty wants the legendary Princess Karima emeralds coming up for auction in Europe. Whitehead’s proposition: he’ll pay Allegra a
small fortune to travel to Paris and bid anonymously for him.
Once in Paris, Allegra successfully completes her mission. However, ownership of the extraordinary jewels invites threats from a man
willing to murder for the secret that the Karima gems hold. For Allegra has in her possession a treasure worth far more than anyone
imagined-one that contains a dangerous mystery and a scandalous past of international conspiracy that could mean death to anyone
who discover it ...
Title: The Dragon’s Pearl
Author: Sirin Phathanothai
Sirin Phanthanothai was born into one of Thailand’s most privileged and politically prominent families. But at age of eight, her life
changed dramatically. She and her brother were sent to be brought up in Beijing under the direct auspices of Premier Zhou Enlai as his
wards. She went swimming with Mao, was privy to major political and historical events and lived through Mao’s economic Great Leap
Forward.
Then, during the Cultural Revolution, her world as torn asunder. Her brother was expelled from China and she was saved only by
joining the People’s Liberation Army deep in the countryside. But unlike many of her friends, she survived and went on to play a
pivotal role in China’s opening to the West.
Sometimes harrowing, and always highly illuminating, Sirin Phathanothai’s story is a unique historical document as well as a startling
testament to the human spirit.
Title: Iron Coffin
Author: John Mannock
Far below the surface. Far from the fatherland and too close to the enemy for comfort ...
Military veteran and former commercial driver John Mannock delivers a powerful and compelling novel about a German submarine
crew caught on American ground ...
At the height of World War II, a Nazi U-boat preys upon Allied shipping along the southeast coast of the U.S. But its days are
numbered. Caught refueling in the open Atlantic off Cuba, the U-113 is strafed and depth charged by American patrol bombers and
narrowly avoids a fatal plummet into the abyss ...
Severely damaged and with supplies running low, the U-boat limps northward toward the coastal bay of Louisiana where the crew’s
only chance of survival rests in the hands of an isolated clan of wary Cajun trappers whose dangerous leader recognizes no government
and no war.
There ,in the heart of the enemy homeland, Nazi gold can buy temporary sanctuary. But gold can also buy
betrayal ...
Title: Fatal Care
Author: Leonard Goldberg
A veteran seaman drowns within yards of his yacht. A Russian immigrant is shot dead while digging an illegal grave. A politician
succumbs to a rare cancer after receiving the best medical treatment money and power can buy. The cases seem unrelated –except that
the brilliant Joanna Blalock is investigating them all, with her uncanny ability to pry secrets from the dead.
One autopsy defies medical logic. Another defies nature. But the separate strands of evidence seem to be leading to the same chilling
end- a state of the art genetics lab where an experimental miracle cure may be medicine’s worst nightmare...
Title: Sesuai Cinta
Author: Aina Emir
Nuraina, gadis biasa yang tidak punya apa- apa. Dia pernah terluka dan kerana itu pelarian adalah satu cara untuk mengembalikan
harga diri yang telah dirobek dan dihina. Walau setinggi mana cintanya pada Armand, dia sedar cinta tanpa tidak ke mana.
Bertahun lamanya di rantau orang, jauh dari keluarga tercinta, akhirnya apa diimpi jadi nyata. Kepedihan dan kekecewaan terubat
dengan kehadiran Behzad yang dapat menerima dia sadanya.
Namun manusia... sehebat mana pun merancang, tapi TUHAN yang menentukan. Lambaian Istana Al-Hambra membawanya ke
Andalusia, Sepanyol. Tanpa terduga, dia bertemu kekasih lamanya, Armand.
Pertemuan yang tidak disangka-sangka itu lantas mengetuk hatinya semula. Dia tahu yang dikasihi itu tidak pernah bersalah. Dialah
yang sebenarnya beralah terlalu mudah. Kini dia keliru! Antara kasih dan kasihan. Antara cinta barunya dengan nostalgia cinta pertamanya.
Cuma manusia sering terlupa, realiti tidak seindah mimpi. Cukuplah dengan lafaz sahaja boleh menjanjikan bahagia? Cukupkah...?
Title: The Viking – Quest for Faith (Saga Two)
Author: Christoper Tebbetts
Zack Gilman is not your ordinary high school freshman.
The mild-mannered son of a football-obsessed father, Zack has always been happier staying home and playing with his inventions
than sitting in a crowded stadium watching a Minnesota Viking game. But recently Zack’s world was turned upside down when he
was unexpectedly thrown back in time to ninth-century Scandinavia where he met some real Vikings.
Now Zack is back in this wild and dangerous ancient world and on his way to the mysterious Jotunheim, the norse land of tha giants,
in search of the object that will fulfill the first of his duties as the legendary “Lost Boy”. Only this time, he arrives to find that Viking
friends have all mysteriously disappeared and he’s on his own.
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Golf Jokes
To break the monotony of serious writing,“The Golfer” includes jokes in this issue for your entertainment.
KGS members are welcome to contribute jokes to help enrich our collection. They will be credited (or
blamed) for whatever jokes they sent in and are published in this section. “The Golfer” reserves the
right to edit any joke submitted. We will make sure that jokes published are decent and acceptable
humour.
Jokes
Jokes
Johnny’s Tee Time
Johnny was an avid golfer. He played golf every chance
he got; in the rain, in the cold, he even used black balls
to play when there was snow on the ground. His wife
joked, half in jest, that she was a golf widow and she
really wouldn’t miss her husband all that much if he
died before her, for he was never around anyhow. He
spent all his spare money on golf items and gadgets;
trick exploding balls, tees with no indentation on the
top so the golf ball would roll off it, towels with witty
golf sayings on them and all kinds of golf hats.
“Good gracious, Johnny, no one has ever asked me that
question before. I’ll have to go back and check on it. Go
back to sleep and I’ll be back in about 20 minutes.” With
that, the angel disappeared. Johnny rubbed his eyes
and opened them again. The angel was gone and Johnny
wondered if he had just had a weird dream. He rolled
over on his side and was soon snoring softly again.
True to his word, the angel reappeared within 20 minutes.
“Johnny,” the angel called.
One night he was in bed asleep after having played 36holes of golf that day. He was tired but he dreamed of
replaying the whole round. Suddenly his dream was
interrupted by the appearance of an angel. It was an
angel like he had seen in Bible drawings and other art
work depicting angels. He was instantly awake.
Johnny woke up to see the angel again standing at the
foot of his bed. “Oh, you’re back.”
“Yes, Johnny, I’m back and I have the answer to your
question. But before I tell you, I have to advise that the
answer is in two parts, good news and bad news. Which
do you want first, the good news or the bad news?”
The angel, with a full set of wings and wearing a long
flowing white robe, stood at the foot of his bed.
“Johnny,” the angel said. “Yes, what is it? You are an
angel, aren’t you?” Johnny asked. “Of course I’m an
angel. In fact, I’m your guardian angel” the angel replied.
“Does that mean I get three wishes?” Johnny asked.
“Oh dear, I suppose give me the good news first,”
responded Johnny. “Okay, the good news is, there are
golf courses in heaven. All the courses have been
designed by Bobby Jones, Jene Sarazan and Sam Snead.
There are no green fees and electric carts are provided
at no charge. You have the choice of any brand of clubs
you desire. Each course has 36-holes. The greens are
always freshly mowed, the sand traps freshly raked, the
roughs aren’t too high and you never lose a ball in the
water for the balls float. When you hit a ball into the
woods they always ricochet back into the middle of the
fairway. And on every par three hole you will score a
hole-in-one. Yes, you will have a wonderful time playing
golf in heaven.”
“No, I’m not that kind of guardian angel,” the heavenly
being answered. “As you know, Johnny, you’re getting
on in years and you don’t have as much time left on
earth as you once did. Although I can’t grant wishes
for you, I can answer question you might have about
the hereafter. You do believe in the hereafter, don’t
you, Johnny?”
“Oh yes and I’ve been good, with maybe the possible
exception of having played too much golf in my lifetime,”
Johnny replied. “Playing golf is like going fishing,”
replied the angel. “There is no such thing as playing
too much golf or going fishing too often. Do you have
any questions about heaven?” “As a matter of fact, I
do,” answered Johnny. “I’ve often wondered if there
are any golf courses in heaven. Can you answer that
question for me?”
“Oh, that sounds wonderful. With all that good news
what could the bad news possibly be?” Johnny
wondered aloud.
“The bad news is you have a nine o’clock tee time
tomorrow morning.”
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Golf Jokes
Down to Earth Again
A keen golfer died upon reaching his 52nd year. He had been known as a notorious golfer during his
lifetime. He would not have any qualms breaking golf rules and altering his scorecard to improve his
scores especially during competitions. In other words, he would cheat at all costs. So notorious was he
that the golfing fraternity gave him a nickname: “Mr. One Cheat One Putt”.
Members of the golfing fraternity paid their last respect at his house. Among them were a woman and
his 3-year-old son.
As they were standing by his casket, the woman’s 3-year-old son asked, “Mommy, what happened to
him?”
She replied, “He died and went to heaven.”
The child thought for a moment and said, “And God threw him back down?”
A Hokkien Joke ..... Look After Your Head When Playing Golf
While playing golf, Louis Lim, one of the senior golfers, was hit on the head by a golf ball that ricocheted
from the branch of a nearby tree. He had a concussion and was hospitalised for treatment. Dr. Quek
was assigned to be his doctor. Soon after Louis was discharged from the hospital, Dr. Quek made a
routine house call. He asked, “And how are you doing today, Mr. Lim?”
Louis replied, “I feel just fine, doc. But you know, it’s the strangest thing. Every night when I get up to
pang jio, the bathroom light goes on for me automatically when I open the door!”
Dr. Quek was worried that the old Louis was getting senile, so he phoned Louis’s son, and the son’s wife
answered.
Dr. Quek told her, “Mrs. Lim, I’m a little concerned about your father-in-law. It seems that when he gets
up to urinate at night and opens the bathroom door, the light somehow goes on...”
At which point, Mrs. Lim yells, “Aiyoh, Ah Seng! Ah Pa pang jio in the fridge again!”
chgfqoy
BAD RELIGIOUS JOKE DISCLAIMER: We recognise that religious humour can be risky. It is our hope that by laughing at
ourselves (and others) we can make this subject more approachable. If you find religious jokes published here objectionable,
we apologise. As with most jokes, the original authors are unknown – but we thank them anyway.
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Note : When visiting reciprocal clubs to play golf, members are advised to produce their membership cards together with an introduction/
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notice of your visit or green fees may be payable. For more information on club reciprocity, please contact the Activities Office at 082-440966.
JOHOR
BUKIT BANANG GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
No. 1, Persiaran Gemilang, Bandar Banang Jaya,
83000 Batu Pahat, Johor Darul Takzim.
Tel: 07-4286001/2 Fax: 07-4286801
DESARU GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
Desaru Tanjung Penawar, P O Box 57,
81907, Kota Tinggi, Johor Darul Takzim.
Tel: 07-8221187/8221935/8221445
Fax: 07-8221855/8222717
KELAB GOLF DIRAJA JOHOR
Jln. Larkin, 80200 Johor Darul Takzim.
Tel: 07-2233322/2238079 Fax: 07-2240729
KEDAH DARUL AMAN
BLACK FOREST GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
Zon Bebas Cukai, Bukit Kayu Hitam,
06050 Jitra, Kedah Darul Aman.
Tel: 04-9222822 Fax: 04-9222798
HARVARD GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
(Harvard Golf Resort (Jerai) Berhad) Bedong, Kedah.
Tel: 04-4586887 Fax: 04-4585888
KULIM GOLF & COUNTRY RESORT SDN. BHD.**
Persiaran Kulim Golf, Kulim Hi-Tech Park,
09000 Kulim, Kedah Darul Aman.
Tel: 04-4032828 Fax: 04-4032888
KELANTAN
KELAB GOLF & DESA KELANTAN
(Kelantan Golf & Country Club)
5488 Jln. Hospital, Kota Bahru,
15200 Kelantan Darul Iman.
Tel: 09-7741547 Fax: 09-7745798
KUALA LUMPUR
KELAB GOLF DIRAJA SELANGOR*
Jln. Kelab Golf, P O Box 11051, 55000 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-92848433/92063333 Fax: 03-92853939/92811440
KELAB GOLF PERKHIDMATAN AWAM MALAYSIA
Bukit Kiara, Off Jalan Damansara, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-79573344/7957531 Fax: 03-79577821/79574484
KELAB TAMAN PERDANA DIRAJA KUALA LUMPUR
P O Box 10642, 50702 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-26985133 Fax: 03-26989889
MELAKA
AYER KEROH COUNTRY CLUB
P O Box 232, 75450 Melaka.
Tel: 06-2332000/2324351 Fax: 06-2323578
NEGERI SEMBILAN
KELAB DIRAJA SRI MENANTI**
Istana Perkasa Alam, 71550 Sri Menanti.
Tel: 06-4979900 Fax: 06-4979600/4979888
KELAB GOLF DIRAJA PALM SPRING**
Batu 13, Km 21, Jln. Pantai, Mukim Pasir Panjang,
71250 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan.
Tel: 06-6619599 Fax: 06-6619651
NILAI SPRINGS GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
PT 4770, Bandar Baru Nilai, P.O. Box 50,
71801 Nilai, Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus
Tel: 06-8508888 Fax: 06-8503388
SEREMBAN INTERNATIONAL GOLF CLUB
P O Box 88, 70710 Seremban.
Tel: 06-6775277/6775787/6772309 Fax: 06-6772309
STAFFIELD COUNTRY RESORT BERHAD**
Batu 13, Jalan Seremban-Kuala Lumpur,
71700 Mantin, Negeri Sembilan.
Tel: 03-87666117, 87667173
PAHANG
AWANA GENTING HIGHLANDS
GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
8th Mile, Genting Highlands,
69000 Genting Highlands, Pahang Darul Makmur.
Tel: 03-61013015 Fax: 03-61013535/61023080
KELAB GOLF DIRAJA PAHANG
P O Box 53, 25700 Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur.
Tel: 09-5675811/5675812 Fax: 09-5671170
PERAK
DAMAI LAUT GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
WD No. 21, Pejabat Pos Lumut,
101-107 Jalan Titipanjang, 32000 Lumut, Perak.
Tel: 05-6181019, 6181020 Fax: 05-6181018
KELAB GOLF DIRAJA PERAK
Tiger Lane, 33150 Perak Darul Ridzuan.
Tel: 05-5473266/5453266/5465560 Fax: 05-5476688
MERU VALLEY GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
Jln. Bukit Meru, 30020 Ipoh.
Tel: 05-5293300/5263333 Fax: 05-5293311
TELUK RUBIAH COUNTRY CLUB**
P O Box 27, 32040 Sri Manjung, Perak.
Tel: 010-5014000, 019-5702666 Fax: 05-6886539
PULAU PINANG
PENANG GOLF RESORT BERHAD**
Lot 2462, MK. 6, Jln. Bertam,
Seberang Prai Utara, Pulau Pinang.
Tel: 04-5782022 Fax: 04-5750226
PENANG TURF CLUB GOLF
Batu Gantong Road, 10450 Penang.
Tel: 04-2266701 Fax: 04-2266535
SABAH
BORNEO GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB*
Borneo Golf Resort Bhd.
Km 69 Papar-Beaufort Highway,
Bongawan, Sabah, Malaysia.
Tel: 087-861888, 861750 Fax: 087-861333
KINABALU GOLF CLUB**
P O Box 10654, 88807 Kota Kinabalu.
Tel: 088-251615 Fax: 088-240166/232162
LABUAN GOLF CLUB**
P O Box 297, 87008 Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan.
TeL 087-412810/711/712 Fax: 087-416260
SABAH GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
Reservoir Road, Bkt Padang, 88820 Kota Kinabalu
Tel: 088-247533 Fax: 088-225243
SANDAKAN GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
P O Box 541, 87008 Sandakan, Sabah.
Tel: 089-660557 Fax: 089-660584
TAWAU GOLF CLUB**
P O Box 697, 91008 Tawau, Sabah.
Tel: 089-772776 Fax: 089-762904
SARAWAK
KELAB GOLF BINTULU**
P O Box 1072, Tg. Kidurong Road, 97008 Bintulu.
Tel: 086-253213 Fax: 086-253754
KELAB GOLF MIRI
P O Box 101, 98107, Lutong, Miri.
Tel: 085-416787 Fax: 085-417848
KELAB GOLF SIBU**
Mile 101/2, Oya Road, 96000 Sibu.
Tel: 084-801119 Fax: 084-801120
SELANGOR
KELAB GOLF NEGARA SUBANG**
P O Box 151, 46710 Petaling Jaya.
Tel: 03-78760388/643/227/742/692 Fax: 03-78749796
KELAB GOLF SULTAN ABDUL AZIZ SHAH*
Peti Surat 7267, 40708 Shah Alam.
Tel: 03-55105872/55191512 Fax: 03-55105860
KELAB RAHMAN PUTRA MALAYSIA**
Batu 13.5, Jalan Kuala Selangor, Bukit Rahman Putra,
Sg. Buloh, 47000 Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Tel: 03-6566870 Fax: 03-61560280
KELAB REKREASI TENTERA UDARA
Pengkalan Udara TUDM, Subang, 46740 Petaling Jaya.
Tel: 03-78463200 Fax: 03-78464393/78464415
MONTEREZ GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
MWE Golf & Country Club Berhad (208507 - P)
P O Box 7477, 40716 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Tel: 03-7465989 Fax: 03-78467881/78467343
PALM GARDEN GOLF CLUB
101 Resort, 62502 Putra Jaya.
Tel: 03-89487160 Fax: 03-89489992
PERANGSANG TEMPLER GOLF CLUB**
Templer Park Golf Resort Berhad,
No. 1, Templer Park Resort, 48000 Rawang.
Tel: 03-60910022
Fax: 03-60910023/60914770/60914310
TEMPLER PARK COUNTRY CLUB**
KM21, Jalan Rawang, 48000 Rawang.
Tel: 03-6091911/9630 Fax: 03-60919807/9164
TERENGGANU
TUANKU MIZAN GOLF & COUNTRY RESORT
(Formerly Known as Ibai Golf & Country Club Bhd.)
969, Kg. Tok Adis, Kuala Ibai,
20400 Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu.
Tel: 09-61635000 Fax: 09-61637000
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ibaigolf.com
KELAB DESA RANTAU PETRONAS
24200 Kemasik, Kemaman, Terengganu.
Tel: 09-8640232/8640259/544 Fax: 09-8640233
KUALA TERENGGANU GOLF RESORT**
Tok Jembol, Mukim Kuala Nerus,
21300 Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu.
Tel: 09-6665836/6666412 Fax: 09-6666493
AUSTRALIA
DARWIN GOLF CLUB
Links Road Marrara, N.T. 0812,
Northern Territory, Australia 0801.
Tel: 08-8927-1322 Fax: 08-8927-2567
INDOOROOPILLY GOLF CLUB
Meiers Road, Indooroopilly 4068,
P O Box 188, Indooroopilly, Queensland, 4068.
Tel: 07-3721 2121 Fax: 07-3870 5013
Website:www.indooroopillygolf.com.au
Email:[email protected]
LONG ISLAND COUNTRY CLUB**
Dandenong Road, Frankston North,
Victoria 3200, Australia.
Tel: 97864122 Fax: 97867717
OATLANDS GOLF CLUB LIMITED
A.C.N.000 265 531, Bettington Road,
Dundas, New South Wales.
Tel: 630-1260/630-1269 Fax: 630-2586
BRUNEI
PANAGA GOLF CLUB
BSP Co. Sdn Bhd., Seria. Bandar Seri Begawan.
Tel: 0803-373142 Fax: 0803-333607
PANTAI MENTIRI GOLF CLUB
KM 151/2 Jln. Kota Batu, Peti Surat 1646,
Bandar Seri Begawan.
Tel: 0802-791021/792014/5 Fax: 0802-790773
PHILIPPINES
APO GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
Bago, 8000 Davao City, Philippines.
Tel: 63-82-297-2150/297-20290/298-2851
Fax: 63-82-297-2036
NEW ZEALAND
GULF HARBOUR COUNTRY CLUB LIMITED*
P O Box 205, Whangaparaoa,
Hibiscus Coast, Auckland, New Zealand.
Tel: 64-9-4245450 Fax: 64-9-4245459
RUSSLEY GOLF CLUB
428 Memorial Avenue, P. O. Box 14-045,
Christchurch, New Zealand.
Tel: 03-3584748 Fax: 03-3587480
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.russleygolfclub.co.nz
SINGAPORE
ORCHID COUNTRY CLUB**
1, Orchid Club Road, Singapore
Tel: 02-67559811 Fax: 02-67557972
SELETAR COUNTRY CLUB
101 Seletar Club Road, Singapore 798273.
Tel: 02-64814812 Fax: 02-64813000/64810311/64813111
SINGAPORE ISLAND COUNTRY CLUB**
P O Box 50, Singapore 9157
Tel: 02-64592222 (Island Location) Fax: 02-64559649
Tel: 02-64662244 (Bukit Location) Fax: 02-64690344
THE KEPPEL CLUB**
Bukit Chermin, Singapore 0410
Tel: 02-62735522 Fax: 02-62781448
THE WARREN GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB**
No. 81, Choa Chu Kang Way
Tel: 02-65861245 Fax: 02-65861235
Website: www.warren.org.sg
* No signing facilities and 50% Discount on Green Fee ** No signing facilities