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Updates Welcome our New General Manager

Front Page “FUNdraising All in the Name of Charity

Golf 101 What is the Maximum Number of Clubs Allowed in the Bag

A bi-monthly publication by National Service Resort & Country Club

Jul I Aug 2013



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Jul I Aug 2013

Contents Seen & Heard 4 5 6

16th Annual Swimming Carnival 2nd NSRCC Flea Market Brandon Emerges as Snooker Champ Judges Declare Abigail as Winner

Updates 7 8 9

Welcome our New General Manager Kranji Sanctuary Golf Course Promotion Performance Sailing on a J/29 Practise your Powerboat Driving

Front Page

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12 “FUNdraising” All in the Name of Charity

On Par 10 11 16 17

Successful Second Year for Hot List Demo Day KinderGolf - Super Juniors 2013 HIO Achievers Support in Motion Golf 101: What is the Maximum Number of Clubs allowed in the Bag

Upcoming Events & Promos

Assorted Chocolate Making Class Cream & Chocolate Puff Baking Class Karaoke Promotions Vocal Class (Beginner - 4th Intake) NSRCC Flea Market School Holiday Flea by the Pool Kids Dance Sessions Kids Ride on Racing Cars Yoga Class (Adult) Planning Your Will NSRCC Annual Tennis Singles Tournament (Closed) NSRCC Annual Tennis Double Tournament (Closed)

In every issue 2 3 23 24 25

Office Bearers At Your Service The Editor Speaks Calendar of Events 2013 Affiliated Clubs Facilities Directory

18 Bowling Camp (Bowling & Bungalow) Quarterly Medal Festive Bowls

8 Editor Tan Sze Wah Editorial Team Looi Wan Hui, Teo Whee Sian Maureen, Jeffrey Low, Stanley Ho, Goh Ying Ying, Ivy Ho and Nurazura is published bi-monthly by National Service Resort & Country Club 10 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499739 Tel: 6542 8288 Fax: 6545 6508 MICA (P) No. 125/10/2011 Email Address


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office bearers Patron Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Hsien Loong Board of Directors Chairman Chiang Chie Foo Deputy Chairmen Tan Tee How LG Ng Chee Meng Directors Lai Chung Han Teo Eng Dih Disciplinary Committee Chairman Hui Choon Kuen Members Keok Tong San Leong Chun Kong Steven Low Soon Heng Rajan s/o Sankaran Nair Siva Shanmugam Toh Eng Kian Kelvin Yong Eng Wah

General Committee President LG Ng Chee Meng Vice President Comr Yap Wee Teck Eric Teo Eng Dih Captain Tan Kah Han Members BG Tung Yui Fai Goh Eng Yau Laurence Hui Choon Kuen Kwa Hian Djoe Andrew Lee Chee Peng Leong Chee Keen Edward Tan Sze Wah Wong Liang Chin Jeffrey

Resort & Facilities Committee Chairman Lee Chee Peng Vice Chairman Too Chee Keong Patrick Convenor (Bowling) Richard Soh Convenor (Tennis/Squash) Lee Cher Tong David Convenor (Family Recreation) Florence Khemlani Members Looi Wan Hui Kuek Chiew Peng Tang Ing Koon Derrick Quek Siew Liang Editorial Committee Honorary Editor/Chairman Tan Sze Wah Members Looi Wan Hui Teo Whee Sian Maureen

Greens Committee Captain Tan Kah Han Vice Captains Chong Chin Wah Jenny Tay Kian Hwee David Members Chew Chong Aun Shaun Chua Ling Ling Sally Chua Yam Seng Huang Mee Foh David Lim Cher Meng Henry Tan Yong Hui Brian Tay Siak Meng William Teo Whee Sian Maureen HANDICAP Committee Ng Kim Teck Vincent SPECIALIST ADVISORY Committee Kwa Hian Djoe Andrew ENGAGEMENT Committee Chairman Kwa Hian Djoe Andrew

at your service GENERAL MANAGER Ng Heng Chew

HR & Training Joey Leau

MANAGERS Kranji Sanctuary Chan Lee Hock


Facilities David Ho Course Maintenance James Sua, CGCS Resort Stanley Ho Membership, Marketing & Communication Jeffrey Low Finance Joanne Tan

Officer (Credit) Quck Lian Chuan (Payment & Statement of Accounts Enquiries) MEMBERSHIP


Resort Bowl @ NSRCC

Executives (Golf) Derrick Tay 6540 8546 Jammy Chang 6540 8547 Ong Eng Peng 6540 8544

Executive (Resort) Dennis Chew 6540 8567

Asst Executive (Golf) May Lim 6540 8545 Asst Executive (Driving Range) Hadi Putra 6543 1726

Senior Executive (Membership) Tan Ei Kheng 6540 8552

SPORTS/RECREATION sports&recreation

CSO Membership Faezah 6540 8556 Norazuana 6540 8555

Executive (S&R) Mark Ong 6543 5737

Corporate Communication Executive (Corporate Comm) Goh Ying Ying 6540 8550 Officers (Corporate Comm) Ivy Ho 6540 8557 Nurazura 6543 5732

CORPORATE/PRIVATE EVENTS Executive (Event Management & Jackpot) Yam Chung Wai 6540 8566 Executive (Business Development) Hanz Lim 6543 5082 Executive (Marketing) Alix Chu 6543 5733

Senior Officer (S&R) Juhainiemasra 6540 8564

Account Executives (Business Development) Patrick Soong 6543 5735

Asst Officer (S&R) Ernawaty 6540 8563

KRANJI SANCTUARY Executive (Golf) Henry Thang 6795 2310

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Editor Tan Sze Wah

theeditorspeaks There is a saying, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.� Every day, we hear news stories of people making a difference.

Assorted Chocolate Making Class or Cream Puff Baking Class.

Back in our own club, the spirit of giving was no less, as 800 golfers teed off on 18 & 19 May at Changi and Kranji locations for charity. Unfortunately, no one managed to ace the Mercedes but I saw that all participants had an enjoyable outing!

Tennis fans, keep a lookout for our Singles and Doubles Tournaments, which happen to fall in the months of August and September coinciding with the US Open Championship.

The event raised $358,000 for six beneficiaries aiding elderly Singaporeans and disabled national servicemen through the delivery of quality services and schemes. Read about the live auction, as members and supporters really took charity giving to their hearts. The framed photograph donated by Dr Ng Eng Hen, Minister for Defence garnered a final bid topping $12,888! See pages 12-15. At the recent 16th Annual Swimming Carnival, we saw our very own golden boys and girls make spectacular swims, bidding to be the next Jocelyn Yeo and Ang Peng Siong! Splash over to page 4. In the third quarter of 2013, we have piled up lots of activities for you and your family. Those of you wanting to be a Pastry Chef can register for the

For water sports enthusiasts, charter and experience powerboat or keelboat driving with your family and friends for a great day out at sea. Have a good time and enjoy exploring both indoor and great outdoor activities lined up for you at the club. Fellow golfers, did you know that you would be penalised for carrying more than a certain number of clubs in a round of golf? Find out the magical number in Golf 101 on page 17. In the month of August, Singapore will celebrate its 48th Birthday; I wish all Singaporeans Happy National Day and Happy Holiday to all! Till next issue, stay healthy, happy and watch out for cyclists.


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16th Annual Swimming Carnival P

articipants from the 16th annual swimming carnival were greeted with warm bright skies as they arrived early for registration on 2 June, Sunday. A total of 42 participants took part in the various categories - Kickboard, Freestyle, Butterfly, Breaststroke and Backstroke, with the Kickboard event kick starting the competition at 9.30am. The highlight of the event had to be the Parent & Child Relay which saw great teamwork and family bonding. Overall, it was a very competitive event as everyone had their eyes on the first prize. Winners Podium

Patrick Too, Vice-Chairman of Resort and Facilities Committee did the honours of medal presentation for the prize winners. Congratulations to all the winners and see you next year! Results 50M Freestyle 8 – 10 Years (Girls)

Dawn Koh

Jamie Ong

Tan Le Zhen Lecia

50M Freestyle 11 – 12 Years (Girls)

Natalie Koh Yuan En

Nicole Hong

Yap Tzi Shuan Adrienne

50M Butterfly

Matthew Ng

Ewan Oh

Sherman Yeo Jun Yi

50M Kickboard

Tan Yun Ting Shirleen

Joelle Lui Hui Wen

Megan Kwok Yee Teng

2 X 50M Parent & Child Relay

Nicole Kon Su-Ann & Mr Kon

Ethan Oh & Mr Oh

Dawn Koh & Mr Koh

Warm handshake between organiser and Guest-of-Honour L-R Mark Ong, Executive (Sports & Recreation) and Patrick Too

Swimmers start in 50m backstroke


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Flea Market O

ver 100 bargain hunters and vendors thronged The Promenade for NSRCC’s 2nd flea market on 2 June, Sunday.

Among the mix were collectibles, curios, recycled and vintage items occupying 10 tables during the one-day event. It proved to be a family bonding time and a learning opportunity for the young entrepreneurs as both parents and children had a great time selling their wares in a relaxed setting. “I like to bring my kids along to learn ways to attract customers to purchase, as such the sellers should quote reasonable and affordable prices,” shared vendor Judy New. An addition to the market was the introduction of a “Giveaway Items Corner” that encourages people to contribute their recycled items. Goodie bags, ice cream and ice pops samples were among other giveaways. To all our visitors who dropped by our flea market, thank you for making it a success! We hope you had as much fun as we had fun hosting you!

Staying cool

Accessories galore!

There’s something for everyone


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Brandon Chia Emerges as Snooker Champ W

ith four groups of participants battling it out for the trophy, the contest saw closely fought qualifying rounds.

After a few rounds of competitive play, eight players advanced to the quarter-finals followed by a short intermission before the semi-finals were played. Brandon Chia was not only crowned the winner but also credited for having the highest breaks in the game. This marks his third title since his first in 2008. His name will be engraved on the Challenge Trophy and Roll of Honour. Results Champion 1st Runner up 2nd Runner up 3rd Runner up

- Brandon Chia (Highest Breaking Point of 40) - William Tay - Alan Tan - Randy Lam

Brandon’s third win, cements his spot atop the Snooker Championship

Judges Declare Abigail as Winner F

ollowing the success of previous mini-karaoke contests, the fourth singing talent search was on for the next Karaoke King and Queen of NSRCC. During the contest, contestant Abigail gave a knockout performance with her rendition of Beyonce’s “If I were a Boy”. The first runner-up position went to Wendy, who was also awarded the category of Best Performance.

An incredible performance by Abigail 1st runner up, Wendy

Our NSRCC idols


Welcome our New General Manager We are excited to welcome Ng Heng Chew as our new General Manager. Heng Chew joins us this month from The Chevrons, where he played a significant role in improving the club’s financial standing through constant and extensive reviews of the club’s business model as well as creating a conducive environment for the club’s members, families and guests. Prior to his tenure, Heng Chew had held various key command and staff positions in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) including the Commander of the SAF Special Operations Force, Commanding Officer of 2nd Singapore Infantry Regiment, Deputy Commander of the Army Infantry Training Centre and Army Training Evaluation Centre and Commander of the School of Infantry Specialists. He was awarded the Distinguished Allied Graduate Award from the US Army Special Operations Detachment Officer Course and received the Commendation Medal (Military). He is married with three children. With Heng Chew’s valuable experience, we look forward to his leadership to steer NSRCC towards greater success. Welcome, Heng Chew!

* This promotion is only applicable at KSGC for a flight of 4 balls on weekdays, excluding public holidays, with at least one NSRCC member in the flight. Find out more with the QR Code.

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Successful Second Year for Hot List Demo Day T

here is no better place to find a club that fits the degree of your swing than at NSRCC & Golf Digest Singapore’s Hot List Demo Day held at the driving range on 27 April. The one-day event attracted over 100 golfers eager to try out the newest irons, woods and wedges. Crowd favourites and big names that took part this year include Adams Golf, Callaway Golf, Cleveland, Maruman, Mizuno, Nike Golf, Ping, Titleist, Tour Edge and Wilson Staff. “We are delighted to host the event at NSRCC again this year. The team had managed to get our big partners like Taylormade and Titleist to participate in the event. There was also a good response from our registered participants this year,” - Clarice Bong, Assistant Manager, Marketing – Golf Digest Singapore.

Members trying out the latest clubs

“The event is a great way to build awareness about different golf clubs,” - Mr Liu. “Golfers get the opportunity to try the golf clubs and see if it suits them. Trainers were also there to give several pointers,” - Ivan Lim. From the team at Hot List Demo Day, we say thank you and see you next year! Representatives from Puma

Totebag giveaways

One stop for the big brands and latest equipment for any golf enthusiast hoping to purchase a new club and more

Transview Team The Golf Digest Singapore Team


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2013 A unique full format Golf Championship specially targeted at young golfers from ages 4 to 15 all over the world. This tournament allows junior golfers to benchmark their skills according to specific ages and gender. Addition: Special Family Division (1A + 1C) Competition to allow parent-child participation.

REQUIREMENTS Non-KinderGolfers require PC , Handicap OR certification letters from current golf school/coach.

t: +65 6441 3383 e: or visit our KinderGolf centers

Hole-In-One Achievers S/N






Brandon Lee

3 April


Navy Course Hole 6


Ng Soon Gee

3 April


KSGC Hole 14


Lee Nyen Kong

13 April


KSGC Hole 17


Yong Ming Shyan

27 April


Airforce Course Hole 8


Edmund E Peng Sim

2 May


Army Course Hole 7


Michael Loy Teck Seng

11 May


KSGC Hole 2


Mohamed Ali Bin Rais

15 May


KSGC Hole 2


Tay Meng Hong

17 May


TMCC Tampines Course Hole 17


Boo Chik Wing Alan

18 May


KSGC Hole 14


Low Leong Choon

23 May


KSGC Hole 14


Jack Lum Mun Hung

30 May


Army Course Hole 3

For results of Monthly Medal, please go to

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All in the Name of Charity

Beneficiaries receiving the combined cheque amount


ver 800 golf enthusiasts and supporters teed-off on the greens on 18 & 19 May 2013 at SAFRA Resort and Kranji Sanctuary Golf Course, with much of the action centered at Changi location. The Guest-of-Honour for the evening was MG Ng Chee Meng, Chief of Defence Force/ President of NSRCC. The main highlight of the evening had to be the live auction which drew excitement and generous bids from the audience in the packed restaurant. Up for bids were a framed photograph featuring the dashing RSAF Black Knights flying over the Marina Bay area, donated by Dr Ng Eng Hen, Minister for Defence and a replica of a RSAF F-16C fighter aircraft quality resin made model in 1:72 scale, signed by MG Ng Chee Meng, Chief of Defence Force/ President of NSRCC. Bidding started at $500 for the aircraft model and $1000 for the framed photograph. The auction got underway as soon as a number of hands were raised. Despite attracting bids from many big-hearted donors, both the aircraft model and framed photograph were eventually successfully bidded by Dennis Lim for $3,288 and $12,888, respectively. Club President, MG Ng Chee Meng, presented tokens of appreciation to the major sponsors and a combined cheque to the six beneficiaries.

The annual NSRCC Charity Golf successfully raised $358,000 through a two-day friendly golf competition and first live auction for the elderly sick and severely disabled servicemen from six beneficiaries -– Apex Harmony Lodge, Geylang East Home for the Aged, Metta Welfare Association, SAF Benevolent Fund, SAF Care Fund and the Society for the Aged Sick.



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MG Ng making his best swing

“The event was well organised and it was exciting to watch the auction. Metta is definitely thankful and appreciates the support from the sponsors and golfers,” shared Pauline Cheong, representative from Metta Welfare Association. Once again, we would like to express our appreciation to the many volunteers and donors who made this event yet another success. Your contribution and support will go towards helping the needy and underprivileged become more selfsufficient, enjoy better quality health care and lead more dignified lives. Not forgetting our players from Kranji

Mercedes-Benz C-Class C180 Blue Efficiency, Hole-in-one Prize sponsored by Daimler South East Asia Pte Ltd


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Dennis Lim, bidding for a good cause

Who would be the bid winner of the two oneof-a-kind items up for auction?


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Red is the new black

Clockwise from top, representatives from Jet Airways, Financial Alliance and ANSAC receiving their tokens of appreciation David Tay, leading the inaugural live auction


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Support in Motion


he game of golf is about ball control and controlling it is determined by the conditions you create at the point of impact.   The key to controlling impact is through the correct application of the fundamentals in the setup and swing and that is what this piece is about. What you set is what you get! The key movements in the golf swing can be broken down into three key elements or fundamental motions.    Firstly, the hands and arms will swing the golf club, the shoulders will turn the torso and hips will follow. Finally your weight will shift or transfer to the right foot as a natural response to the arms swinging and the upper body turning.    This simple process is evident in most effective golf swings of the past and present. Take one of these three elements away and the swing becomes complete disarray.    Let’s think logically about what’s happening here and why are such moves important to strike the golf ball consistently.    Imagine the following scene: Opening the door

Paul Creasey - British PGA Phil Brew Golf Academy

Which part of your body moved to reach for the handle first? Your hand? Look closely, your arm? Think again, your shoulder?   That’s right, the smaller muscles, the faster moving hands first respond to the task of opening the door. Next, the arm moves followed by the larger body parts. The bigger muscles move to support the hand and arm eventually giving the extra strength to open the door.   In golfing terms, the smaller muscles of the hands and arms govern the swinging of the club and the bigger muscles of the shoulders and torso in support.   Think back to the moment when you first set eyes on the door you wanted to open. What did you do before you reached for the handle to open it?    You first positioned your feet to prepare to open the door. With the balanced position, you were able to turn the handle, pull the door and successfully open it without falling over or wasting any energy in the process. Your hand and arm started the process (swing), your upper body moved to support (turn) and your feet supported any movement of weight (shift). Each of these simple elements combined in the correct order provides maximum potential for power, balance and consistency.

First, adopt and create the correct position then balance body angles and weight distribution in the address. In successfully creating this vital sequence of motion, you have successfully set your body up to create maximum power and ultimate consistency in the down swing. What you set in the address is what you potentially set at the top of the golf swing. When set up correctly, you will begin to experience a natural unwinding of the swing, turn and shift as the golf swing unfolds into and through the ball at impact. The art of striking the golf ball towards a target is a graceful act of speed, supported in motion. Never lose sight of the hands and arms swinging the golf club as freely as possible as the body turns and the weight shifts to support. The hands and arms create speed while the body turns and the weight shifts to add power in support. When you reach the top of your back swing and fail to complete your turn or the weight shifts towards the target, make an appointment with me or fellow PGA Professionals to discover what is lacking. Don’t forget, what you set is what you get, and solving the swing starts by sorting the setup. Enjoy the game.



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What is the Maximum Number of Clubs Allowed in the Bag?

A) Selection of Clubs The player must not start a stipulated round with more than 14 clubs. They are allowed to add any number of clubs as long as the total number does not exceed 14.

B) Addition and Sharing of Clubs The player must not add or borrow any club selected for play by any other person playing on the course. Partners may share clubs, if the total number of clubs carried by the partners so sharing does not exceed 14. C) Penalty (regardless of number of excess clubs carried) Match play: Maximum deduction per round – Two holes Stroke Play: Two strokes for each hole at which any breach occurred; maximum penalty per round – Four strokes

Tip: Always count and keep track of the number of clubs the player is carrying.

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Bowling Camp (Bowling & Bungalow)

Festive Bowls

Quarterly Medal 11 - 12 September Thursday - Friday 13 - 14 November Wednesday - Thursday 20 - 21 November Wednesday - Thursday 4 - 5 December Wednesday - Thursday Register by: 12 July, Friday Our school bowling camps are designed to offer fun, interactive and bonding for children during the school holidays. Contact 6545 6365 or email

25 August, Sunday 10.00am - 6.00pm Fees: $40 per person (Members only) Register by: 22 August, Thursday If you think you have what it takes to emerge as the upcoming Quarterly Medal champion, register now. Contact 6545 6365 or email Tournament starts with a minimum of 25 participants. Check-in by 9.30am for commencement of game at 10am.

2.00pm - 4.00pm Fees: $5 (Member) / $6 (Guest) No of games: 2 games SAF Day Bowl Youth Day Bowl Hari Raya Bowl National Day Bowl

1 July 8 July 8 August 9 August

Mark your calendars for these upcoming festive bowls. Bring your whole family down for some family bonding and fun! Contact 6545 6365 or email


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Karaoke Promotions

Assorted Chocolate Making Class

Cream & Chocolate Puff Baking Class 7 September, Saturday 2.00pm - 4.00pm

5 October, Saturday 2.00pm - 4.00pm

*Fees: $70 (Member) / $85 (Guest) Age Group: 8 -15 years old Register by: 25 August, Sunday

*Fees: $100 (Member) / $120 (Guest) Age Group: 16 years and above Register by: 22 September, Sunday

Learn to make Chocolates in assorted flavours and shapes.

You can be your own pastry chef. Get tips on mastering how to make the light pastry dough and how to pipe pastry cream.

Treat your loved ones to your handmade chocolate creations made with love. Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Â Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.

This light, sweet and fluffy cream is absolutely scrumptious and easy to make, leaving you craving for more. Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Â Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.

KTV Festive Packages SAF Day 1 July Youth Day 8 July Hari Raya 8 Aug National Day 9 Aug Sing with us during our festive seasons and enjoy great privileges! Contact 6545 6365 or email All rooms come with a 4-hour package including a bottle of wine, drinks and tidbits.

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School Holiday Flea by the Pool

Vocal Class (Beginner – 4th Intake 2013)

NSRCC Flea Market 19 August - 7 October (Every Monday) 6.30pm - 8.00pm

31 August – 1 September (Saturday - Sunday) 9.00am - 5.00pm

6 - 15 September (Friday – Sunday) 6.30pm - 8.00pm

*Fees: $180 (Member) / $200 (Guest) Age Group: 16 years and above Register by: 4 August, Sunday

*Fees (1 Day): $30 (Member) / $45 (Guest) *Fees (2 Days): $50 (Member) / $70 (Guest) Age Group: 16 years and above Register by: 11 August, Sunday

*Fees per day: $30 (Member) / $45 (Guest) Age Group: 16 years and above Register by: 18 August, Sunday

Do you have a flair for singing? Learn proper singing and breathing techniques and gain the confidence to sing with family, friends or in public. Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.

The first NSRCC Flea Market was held in December 2012 and has grown into an established event attracting vendors and bargain hunters. Book your tables early to ensure your spot. Choose from two locations and let your children experience running a business. Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email *Fees are subject to 7% GST.

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this flea market, as the school holidays draw in many people to the resort’s swimming pool and bowling centre. You can rent a table and sell new or pre-loved items ranging from T-shirts, caps to food and beverage items. Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Table booking is limited to two per vendor per day.


Kids Dance Family Sessions Karaoke 2013

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Yoga Class Holiday (Adult) Acting Course

Kids Ride on Racing Cars 17 Monday 18 June, August - 15 September 6pm - 10pm (Every Sunday) *Fees (Per $40 (Karaoke 10.00amPair): – 11.30am Kakis/Vocal Class Students) / $50 (Members) *Fees: $30 (Member) / $45 (Guest) Age andold above Age Group: Group: 13 2 - years 12 years Register by: 31 May, Friday Register by: 4 August, Sunday

Choose your favourite duet and sing Help your children improve their along with friends and your family. flexibility, motor skills through the Our professional instructor will teach learning of dance movements and you fun tips and techniques to help coordination. Parents or caregivers you find your inner voice. for children below the age of five are encouraged to accompany their Stand a chance to win attractive children during the sessions till prizes. Light refreshments will be they feel comfortable in their new provided. environment. Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email

*Fees are subject to 7% GST. A minimum of *Feespairs are subject to 7% GST.  Programme starts eight are required with at least one NSRCC with a minimum 10 participants. member in a pair.ofSong selection must be from Karaoke Room song list.

6 - 10 September (Friday - Tuesday) 1.00pm - 5.00pm *Fees: $20 (Member) / $35 (Guest) Age Group: 1.5 – 5 years old Register by: 23 August, Friday Singapore Formula 1 race fever is here again. Children can now take their places behind the steering wheel of a race car and need not worry about parking spaces. Take unlimited rides at 10 minutes per round. (Controlled battery operated cars with tracks for children aged 6-12 years old) Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Programme starts with a minimum of 20 registrations.

15 - 13 July 25 June August - 27 October (Every Saturday) Sunday) 2pm - 4pm 10.00am – 11.30am

*Fees: $200 (Member) / $240 (Guest) Age Group: years and/ $160 above(Guest) *Fees: $140 6(Member) Register by: 16 31 years May, Friday Age Group: and above Register by: 4 August, Sunday

Learn the different styles of acting and techniques memorise scripts. Looking for YogatoClasses? This class is designed to help you relax the Take opportunity to enhance your mind,this body and spirit and help you acting and gain tips how to achieveskills better mental andon physical express emotion and what you are well-being. feeling. Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants. *Fees are subject to 7% GST.  Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.

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NSRCC Annual Tennis Double Tournament (Closed)

Planning Your Will

NSRCC Annual Tennis Singles Tournament (Closed) 28 September, Saturday 2.00pm - 3.00pm

17 August, Saturday 9.00am - 6.00pm

*Fees: $10 (Member) / $15 (Guest) Register by: 16 September, Monday

*Fees: $20 (Member) Age Group: All adults Register by: 5 August, Monday

Making a will is not just for the rich or the old. As people accumulate assets, they should consider making a will to safeguard their assets and provide security for themselves and their families. This talk aims to raise awareness on the importance of making wills and to dispel any misconceptions. It covers the legal and practical aspects of making a will. Contact Juhainie at 6540 8564 or email *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.

It’s the time of the year again for tennis fans. Grab your rackets and showcase your skills in the Annual Tennis Singles Tournament! Battle out to emerge as the new tennis champion of NSRCC! Contact Juhainie at 6540 8564 or email *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Tournament starts with a minimum of 15 participants.

18 August, Saturday 2pm – 4pm

parent wants Saturday their child 28Every September, to score good grades. Discover 9.00am - 6.00pm the elements that are negatively

affecting child’s learning *Fees: $40 your (Member) grades and learn ways to motivate Age Group: All adults them. Register by: 16 September, Monday Key topics covered: Pair up with your partner and double Five elements that can affect the fun. We are inviting all tennis learning grades enthusiasts to take part in the NSRCC Four ways to improve study habits Annual Tennis Double Tournament. and skills Those who register as individuals will For more details, contact be paired with other individuals to Juhainie at 6540 8564 or email form a pair. *Fees areJuhainie subject to 7% Class starts Contact at GST. 6540 8564 or with a minimum of 10 participants. email

*Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 teams.

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calendarofevents 13 (Sat)

SAF Day Golf Tournament

20 (Sat)

Image Makeover (Ladies Only)

27 (Sat)

Kuih Tart & Kuih Makmur Baking Class (Demo & Hands On)

jul 17 (Sat)

25 (Sun)

NSRCC Annual Tennis Singles Tournament (Closed)

Quarterly Medal

18 Aug-15 Sept (Every Sun)

Yoga Class (Adult)

Kids Dance Session

19 Aug-7 Oct (Every Mon)

Vocal Class (Beginner -4th Intake)

31 Aug-1 Sep (Sat-Sun) NSRCC Flea Market

25 Aug-27 Oct (Every Sun) 28 (Sat)

NSRCC Annual Tennis Doubles Tournament (Closed)

aug 6-10 (Fri-Sat)

11-12 (Wed-Thurs)

6-15 (Fri-Sun)

28 (Sat)

Kids on Racing Car School Holiday Flea by the Pool

Bowling Camp

Planning your Will

7 (Sat)

Assorted Chocolate Making Class

sep Information correct as at time of printing. Please call 6543 5725 for enquiries on Sports & Recreation Activities or 6540 8500 on Golfing Events.


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Bukit Jawi Golf Resort Tel : 02-04-582 0759 Fax : 02-04-582 2613 Email : Website :


Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort Tel: 02-05-366 7433 Fax: 02-05-366 7434 Email : Website :


Kelab Golf Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Tel: 02-03-5510 5872 Fax: 02-03-5510 5860 Website :

Penang Golf Resort Tel : 02-04-578 2022 Fax : 02-04-575 0228 Email :

Dear Members,

Please produce your Letter of Introduction, and Handicap Cards to qualify for the discounted/ reciprocal rates. The host club will charge walk-in rates otherwise. You may print your letter of Introduction on our club website at using your members’ PIN. Please check our website for the latest/ current list of affiliated clubs.


Batam SouthLinks Country Club Tel : 62 778 323837 (Batam) 62 21 3190 2070 (Jakarta) 6278 7079 (S’pore Office) Fax : 62 778 323849 (Batam) 62 21 3190 2772 (Jakarta) 6270 0029 (S’pore) Email : Jakarta Padang Golf Modern & Country Club Tel : 62-21-552 9228 Fax : 62-21-552 9177 / 87 Website : Sedana Golf & Country Club Tel : 62-267-644 730 (Club) 62-267-644 733 (Golf Reservation) 62-21-612 8811 (Accommodation) Fax : 62-267-644 728 (Club & Golf Reservation) 62-21-612 8822 (Accommodation) Email :

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Guangzhou International Golf Club Tel : 001-8620-8293 3888 Fax : 001-8620-8293 3168 Email : Website :

Zhuhai Lakewood Golf Club Tel : 086-756-338 3666 / 0452 (Club) 852-2877-1215 / 1128 (Golf Reservation) Fax : 086-756-338 3898 / 086-756-339 9706 (Club) 867-5633 0452 (Hong Kong Office Golf Booking) 852-2877 8770 (Golf Reservation) Email : Website :

brunei Royal Brunei Golf & Country Club Tel : 673-2-611 582 Fax : 673-2-610 499 Email : Website :

special arrangements Members need not apply for an Affiliation Card. Just present your Membership & Handicap Cards. Singapore Sembawang Country Club, Singapore Tel: 6751 0320 / 328 Fax: 6752 0446 Website: Filghts Available: Weekdays only Thailand Phuket Country Club Tel: 660 76 3192004 Fax: 660 76 319206 Website: Email: Gassan Khuntan Golf & Resort Gassan Lake City Golf & Resort Gassan Marina Golf Club Tel: +65 6547 1229 Fax: +65 6841 8809 Website: Email: South Africa Spier Country Club, Cape Town Tel: 27-21809-1100 Fax: 27-21881-3634 Website: Email: Vodacom, World of Golf, Johannesburg Tel: 27-11802-5864 Fax: 27-11802-7491 Website: Email:

facilitiesdirectory main lobby reception Tel: 6542 8288 6543 5725 (booking of facilities) 8 am to 8 pm (daily)

membership centre Tel: 6540 8555/8556 8.30 am to 5.30 pm (Mon to Fri) 10.30 am to 2.30 pm (Weekends & Public Holidays)

f&b outlets appetizer pte ltd (at bowling centre) 12 pm to 11 pm (Mon to Thu) 12 pm to 2 am (Fri, Sat & eve of Public Holidays) 10 am to 11 pm (Sun & Public Holidays) champion sports lounge Tel: 6542 3250 email: 11 am to 1 am (Fri & Sat) 11 am to 12 am (Sun to Thu) jumbo seafood @ nsrcc Tel: 6552 3435 11.30 am to 3 pm (lunch daily) 6 pm to 10.30 pm (dinner daily) the deck (golfers’ terrace) Tel: 6214 3136 6.45 am to 7.30 pm the terrace cafe (kranji sanctuary) Tel: 6791 1948 7 am to 8 pm (daily)

corporate/private events the falcon, the corvette,the larden, oriole 1 and oriole 2, the leaders For booking enquiries, call 6540 8566 / 6543 5735 / 6543 5749 email: For bookings of The Sanctuary I & II at KSGC and F&B catering, call 6898 5168 (Ms Annie Chew) for reservations and enquires.

golf facilities golf reception Tel: 6540 8500 Fax: 6542 7710 / 6545 6525 Opening Hours: 7 am to 5.30 pm Booking Hours: Weekend Golf (following weekend and public holidays) In-person* - 6 pm to 7 pm (Fri) Internet - 6 pm onwards (Fri) Telephone - 9.30 am to 5 pm (Sat onwards)

* currently not available at Kranji Sanctuary Golf Course

Weekday Golf In-person, Telephone - 9.30 am to 5 pm (daily) Internet - 9.30 am onwards (from Mon)

driving range Tel: 6543 1726 7 am to 11 pm (daily, except Mon: 2pm to 11 pm) phil brew golf academy Tel: 6545 1601

golf pro-shops nsrcc - Pan-West Tel: 6542 0878 7 am to 7 pm (daily, except Mon: 11 am to 7 pm) nsrcc - hon shin golf (club fitting & repair) Tel: 6542 2978 2 pm to 9 pm (Tue to Fri) 10.30 am to 5 pm (Sat & Sun) kranji sanctuary - phil brew Tel: 6861 8700 9 am to 6 pm (Tue to Fri) 7 am to 6 pm (Sat, Sun & Public Holidays )

sports & social facilities billiards room 10 am to 10 pm (daily, but extendable to 11 pm upon request) fitness centre Tel: 6543 5715 7 am to 9.30 pm (Weekdays) 7 am to 8.30 pm (Weekends & Public Holidays) jackpot room 9.30 am to 12 am (Mon to Thu) 12 pm to 1 am (Fri) 9.30 am to 2 am (Sat) 9.30 am to 12 am (Sun & Public Holidays) 9.30 am to 1 am (eve of Public Holidays) funzone (video games arcade and pool) 12 pm to 10 pm (Mon to Thu, Sun & Public Holidays) 12 pm to 11 pm (Fri, Sat & eve of Public Holidays) karaoke Tel: 6545 6365 12 pm to 11 pm (Mon to Thu, Sun & Public Holidays) 12 pm to 2 am (Fri, Sat & eve of Public Holidays) kidz corner (indoor playroom) 8 am to 10 pm (daily) kindergolf Tel: 6214 0581 9 am to 6 pm (Mon to Sun) resort bowl @ nsrcc Tel: 6545 6365 / 6545 2059 12 pm to 11 pm (Mon to Thu) 12 pm to 2 am (Fri, Sat & eve of Public Holidays) 10 am to 11 pm (Sun & Public Holidays)

resort bowl @ nsrcc - eastern pro-shop 2 pm to 10 pm (Tue to Thu, Sun & Public Holidays) 2 pm to 11 pm (Fri, Sat & Eve of Public Holidays) Closed on Monday squash court 10 am to 10 pm (daily) swimming pool & wet playground 8 am to 9 pm (Tue to Sun) 12 pm to 9 pm (Mon)* * 8 am to 12 pm are pool cleaning hours tennis courts 7 am to 10 pm (daily)

bungalow reception Tel: 6542 2036 Fax: 6545 6544 Opening Hours: 9 am to 8 pm (daily) Booking Hours: 9 am to 7 pm (daily) Six-month advance bookings are open on a rolling basis. Members can make bookings via phone, in-person or via the Internet at our website Check-in: 2 pm to 7 pm Check-out: 9 am to 10 am

others sparks & shines car grooming services nsrcc Tel: 6285 5655 7 am to 7 pm (Tue to Sun) Closed on Monday & Public Holidays

sea sports centre constant wind sea sports centre & pro shop Tel: 6445 5108 10 am to 7 pm (daily) centre for performance transformation Tel: 6214 9412 belly view cafe 11 am - 10 pm (Tue to Sun & Public Holidays) Closed on Monday stella 12 pm to 10.30 pm (Mon to Thu) 12 pm to 12 am (Fri & eve of Public Holidays) 9 am to 12 am (Sat) 9 am to 10.30 pm (Sun & Public Holidays) gurame indonesian restaurant Tel: 6542 2038 12 pm to 3 pm (daily) 6 pm to 10 pm (daily)

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