Walvis Bay Golf Club news

13 June 2021 | Sports

Round Table 36 invites golfers to enter one or more teams in the Walvis Bay Round Table 36 Golf Day on 9 July 2021 in support of its Administration Fund.

The fund is a necessary tool in assisting the community, so please show your support. The format will be a 3-Ball Alliance Scramble Drive.

Participation per team (3 players) is N$1 500, which includes green fees, the prize giving, where the top three teams as well as nearest to pin will be awarded. There is also a lucky draw.

The day’s programme and teeing off times will be communicated closer to the event.

Companies are also welcome to sponsor and brand one of the 18 tee boxes or one of the nine greens, at N$500 each. Other sponsorship options include a donation for a team prize (3 players/team) or donation of lucky draw prizes.

Entries will be limited to 24 teams for this fundraising event and will be handled on a first come first serve basis.

Take note!

All members are required to wear a mask while inside the club and to sanitize when you enter.

The club is required to have an attendance book and you need to enter your name, contact number as well as your temperature when visiting.

The club will continue to function normally, but requests members that are not feeling well or show signs of Covid to not come to the club until you have your result and are feeling better.

Due to the current situation, the club has decided that there will be no members draw or joker, so that they can monitor the situation and hopefully all will be more or less back to normal soon.

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