Updates Improvement of Driving Range
Front Page Golfers Hit the Greens to Celebrate SAF Day
Food Watch Celebrate Oktoberfest at the Terrace Cafe
A bi-monthly publication by National Service Resort & Country Club
Sep I Oct 2013
Kranji Sanctuary Golf Course?
Kranji is nestled in the heart of Kranji’s tranquil countryside. Rediscover Northern Singapore’s past with sounds of nature, lush greens, and serenity. This venue is perfect for groups who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and experience a memorable setting. NSRCC Member NSRCC Family Member Non-Member
$45+*/pax $50+*/pax $92+*/pax (U.P $114+)
Package buy is inclusive of: 40 - 80 pax : Complimentary lunch with cordial drinks
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81 - 100 pax:
Complimentary lunch with cordial drinks and 1 complimentary flight
101 pax & above:
Complimentary lunch with cordial drinks and 2 complimentary flights
Valid through 31 December 2013. Promotional rates only applicable on Weekdays (Mon to Fri) excluding PH. Mineral water will be provided in buggies. Only valid at Kranji Sanctuary Golf Course. Prices are subject to prevailing GST. Terms and conditions apply. For more enquiries and booking, please contact us at 6795 2300.
50 Neo Tiew Lane 3, Singapore 718828 Tel: 6795 2300 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Website: http://www.nsrcc.com.sg/
Sep I Oct 2013
Contents Seen & Heard 4 5
Upcoming Events & Promos
Randy Lam Edges Lloyd Lam NSRCC’s Young Guns in Tennis Kranji Country Side Run Offers Runners Close to Nature Encounter
20 Cartoon Snowskin Mooncake Making Class Rainbow Cupcake Baking Class Flea Market 21 Motivate Kids’ Growth through LEGO Practise Good Etiquette 3D2N Vietnam Getaway 22 Santa Buddies’ Fun Marshmallow Pops for Kids Cute Q Dumpling Making for Kids Vocal Class 5th Intake 23 English Creative Writing Speak to Shine Great and Powerful Little Ozzie Magician 24 KTV Packages Senior Citizen Bowling Promotion Festive Bowl 25 Family Fun Golf 2013
Updates 6 7 8 9
Club Enhancement and Upgrading Improvement of Driving Range Relocation of Designated Smoking Area at Driving Range Poolside Cafe Now Open - MoMo Hut Bug off Insects!
On Par 10 11 13 16 17 18 19
Latest: Team NSRCC wins SGA Inter-Club League 2013 NSRCC and SCC Committees Friendly Game National Level Championship 2013 Attracts 329 Juniors Trouble Shots - Time to Step Up to the Plate Golf 101: What Happens if the Ball is Found in a Water Hazard? Growing the “Gotong Royong” Spirit HIO Achievers
26 Celebrate Oktoberfest at the Terrace Cafe
In every issue
2 Office Bearers At your service 3 The Editor Speaks 27 Calendar of Events 2013 28 Affiliated Clubs 29 Facilities Directory
14 Golfers Hit the Greens to Celebrate SAF Day 2013
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 email@example.com
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office bearers Patron Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Hsien Loong Board of Directors Chairman Chan Yeng Kit 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 (NS) 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
ENGAGEMENT Committee Chairman Kwa Hian Djoe Andrew Members Seah Chin Aik Winston Toh
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
at your service GENERAL MANAGER Ng Heng Chew firstname.lastname@example.org
HR & Training Joey Leau email@example.com
MANAGERS Kranji Sanctuary Chan Lee Hock firstname.lastname@example.org
Facilities David Ho email@example.com Course Maintenance James Sua, CGCS firstname.lastname@example.org Resort Stanley Ho email@example.com Membership, Marketing & Communication Jeffrey Low firstname.lastname@example.org Finance Joanne Tan email@example.com
Officer (Credit) Quck Lian Chuan (Payment & Statement of Accounts Enquiries) MEMBERSHIP firstname.lastname@example.org Senior Executive (Membership) Tan Ei Kheng 6540 8552 CSO Membership Faezah 6540 8556 Norazuana 6540 8555 Corporate Communication email@example.com Executive (Corporate Comm) Goh Ying Ying 6540 8550 Officers (Corporate Comm) Ivy Ho 6540 8557 Nurazura 6543 5732
Resort Bowl @ NSRCC firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Executive (Golf) Derrick Tay 6540 8546
Executive (Resort) Dennis Chew 6540 8567
Executives (Golf) Jammy Chang 6540 8547 Ong Eng Peng 6540 8544
CORPORATE/PRIVATE EVENTS email@example.com
Asst Executive (Golf) May Lim 6540 8545
Executive (Event Management & Jackpot) Yam Chung Wai 6540 8566
Asst Executive (Driving Range) Hadi Putra 6543 1726
Executive (Event Management) Patrick Soong 6543 5735
SPORTS/RECREATION sports&recreation @nsrcc.com.sg
Executive (Business Development) Hanz Lim 6543 5082
Executive (S&R) Mark Ong 6543 5737 Senior Officer (S&R) Juhainiemasra 6540 8564 Asst Officer (S&R) Ernawaty 6540 8563
Executive (Marketing) Alix Chu 6543 5733 KRANJI SANCTUARY firstname.lastname@example.org Executive (Golf) Henry Thang 6795 2310
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Editor Tan Sze Wah
theeditorspeaks Our SAF Day Golf Tournament is held in the same month as Singapore Armed Forces Day every year without fail. This year, the event took a twist. Instead of giving vouchers for free meal upgrades or discounts for participating, three lucky members walked away with a unique Claude Bernard timepiece each. We will be sharing photos on the highlights of the tournament on our Facebook page, so do keep a lookout! At the same time, we’d love to hear your feedback and suggestions for SAF Day Golf 2014. Also read about our NS Day golf tournament on Page 18 where our golfers participated in “Gotong Royong” to repair the golf course before teeing off!
rooms. You can read about this and the other golfing improvement works at Changi Resort from page 6. For our Golf 101 topic, we find out how to deal with water hazards and the proper way to drop a ball in the hazard zone. Learn more on page 17. How about making your own snow skin mooncakes for your family this year for Mid-Autumn Festival? We have several baking and culinary classes for young inspiring chefs over the year end holidays. Find out more from page 20 onwards.
It was not an easy game for the participants of our recent Snooker BiMonthly Medal 2013. After an intense competition, it finally came down to two players. Find out who emerged as the winner on page 4.
For food lovers, read about our new Changi Poolside Cafe on page 8. We also celebrate Oktoberfest at Kranji Terrace Café. Dine and bottom ups! Enjoy the German cuisine specially prepared for this season. Read under Foodwatch section.
Tough weather also came upon our members who participated at the first Kranji Country Side Run which we hosted. Not a dry soul around, you can read on page 6.
Last but not least, I want to take this opportunity to wish you well as you go on to enjoy yourself with family and friends. Go soak up the atmosphere as Formula One comes to town.
I hope golfers have enjoyed using new mats and balls at the driving range and carpeting in the changing
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Randy Lam Edges Lloyd Lam R
andy Lam triumphed over Lloyd Lam in the recent Snooker Bi-Monthly Tournament finals held on 29 June. 12 participants between the ages of 16 to 60 years competed for the title of Snooker Champion. Eventually Randy won the best-of-two frames and walked away with the medal and $150 cash prize. Lloyd received his runner-up medal and $50 cash prize.
NSRCCâ€™s Young Guns in Tennis L
ook out for NSRCCâ€™s young guns in tennis who played in the Junior Tennis Open Tournament on 6 July. Congratulations to our winners!
Under-14 Boys: L-R Winner - Kevin Poh, 2nd position - Ivan Lim, 3rd position - Jonathan Chang and Justin Chua
Under-16 Boys: L-R 3rd position - Cyan Koh, Winner - Kevin Poh and 2nd position - Ivan Lim
Under-12 Boys: L-R David Lee, Tennis Convenor with 2nd positionSherman Yeo and Winner - Skanda
Under-12 Girls L-R 2nd position - Nicole Ng, 3rd position Rachel Chia and Winner - Anne Chui
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Kranji Country Side Run Offers Runners Close to Nature Encounter
ranji Sanctuary Golf Course played host to the inaugural Kranji Country Side Run 2013 organised by the Kranji Country Side Association (KCA) on 11 August 2013. More than 1,600 people turned up despite the heavy downpour before the start of the run. Although the 8km competitive run was cancelled due to safety reasons, the 4km fun run and farm tours went on as scheduled with Guest-of-Honour, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Law K Shanmugam flagging off the race at 8.50am. The route had begun at Kranji Sanctuary Golf Course which took participants past Neo Tiew area, a paved jungle trail along Turut track and through Bollywood Veggies.
An air of euphoria as the Guest-of-Honour flagged off the race
A sea of runners never seen before at Kranji Country Side
Ivy Singh-Lim and Chan Lee Hock, Manager of Kranji Sanctuary Golf Course
KCA President, Ivy Singh-Lim said that the importance of the run was about community and togetherness. She said that the run offered participants a chance to explore and appreciate Kranji’s precious and lush scenery. “It is critical for people to realise that the countryside still exists despite them living in the city.” Members and guests were satisfied with the event. Merey Tan, who signed up for the race with her family of two said, “It was a good event for family bonding and brings people to the countryside. You get to take a step back from our modern comfort and appreciate nature.” Another member, Mohammed Ridhwan added, “It was fun, interesting and the scenery is beautiful!”
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Club Enhancement and Upgrading I
n our continuing efforts to improve members’ overall experience at NSRCC, we are constantly renewing our facilities to ensure that they are up-to-date and in good overall condition. We have recently completed several and are also undertaking new enhancements and upgrading works, at various areas of the club. The projects are summarised as follows:
Completed Upgrading Works: i) Resort Bowl - New Bowling Console keyboard pads ii) Karaoke Rooms (VIP Room) - New KTV system cabinet - New Wireless Microphone - Lightings – Stand and Table Lamp - Glass Décor Ongoing and Scheduled Upgrading Works: i) Male Golfers’ Changing Room @ Changi - Replacement of carpet tiles, ceiling panels, floor and wall tiles, vanity tops, mirrors, urinal slabs, w.c bowls and cubicle panels - Conversion of main wooden door to automatic sliding glass door - Re-varnishing of all existing wooden lockers ii) Kranji Sanctuary Golf Course - Re-painting on the external and internal walls of the main clubhouse - Defects and rectification works to the walls and columns iii) Replacement of Roof Tiles at Changi Buggy Park The V-roof tiles at the Changi Buggy Park will be replaced with interlocking roof tiles, to preserve the facade and to enhance the structural condition of the building.
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Improvement of Driving Range
New Range Balls and Mats
Additional light fittings on 1st and 2nd storey corridors and a new coat of paint for interior and exterior walls
Relocation of Designated Smoking Area at Driving Range The newly designated smoking area at the driving range can be found behind the driving range office as seen in the picture. For the comfort of members and guests, smoking is permitted only at designated smoking areas.
Above photos are for illustration purposes only
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EAT • POOL • BAR
3pm ~ 11pm Daily
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Latest: Team NSRCC wins SGA Inter-Club League 2013 W
e relive all the action at the 8th and 9th-legs of the SGA Inter-Club league competition on 16 and 30 June in Sentosa Golf Club and Raffles Country Club, respectively. Our team scored victories over Tanah Merah Country Club (8th leg: 8.8-6.5) and Singapore Island Country Club (9th leg: 9.5-5.5). Look out for next issue, as we take a look at their journey to the final of the Inter-Club league and emphatic victory at Warren Country Club.
The Fabulous Five - Peter, Freddie, Yee Kok, Henry and Lawrence
Angelica gives High Five!
“Double J” - Jen and Jo Ee with rivals from SICC Nimble nineteen
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NSRCC & SCC Committees Friendly Game N
SRCC hosted Sembawang Country Club (SCC) Greens Committee to a friendly golf game on 21 July to commemorate the friendship between the two clubs. Both sides displayed excellent sportsmanship and skills and most importantly everyone enjoyed a Saturday afternoon game with great spirits and bonding. Looking forward to the next friendly away game at SCC! L-R Tan Kah Han, Club Captain; Ng Heng Chew, GM; Maureen Teo, Member of Greens Committee and Derric Low, SCC, Club Captain
Photo op before the game
L-R Ralph Aeria, SCC Competition Convenor; Andrew Lee, Kwek Hyen Chee, SCC Vice Captain and William Tay, Member of Greens Committee Ladies have a blast despite the blazing heat
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National Level Championship 2013 Attracts 329 juniors
An event aimed at nurturing junior golfers
or the second consecutive year, the 11th Tiger Cubs Championship 2013 held on 15, 16 and 22 July attracted an unprecedented 329 junior golfers from 59 schools. The 3-day competition held at NSRCC’s Executive Par3 course was organised by Naval Base Primary school and supported by the Ministry of Education (MOE).
Our future national players
Over 60 members who registered their children for the competition were beaming with delight as they watched their children receive prizes. Among them were Mr Ng Aik Leong and his son Wei Jun and Mr Joseph Chia and his son Neal. Mr Ng said the young golfers demonstrated enthusiasm and competitiveness in the event and he was impressed with his son, Wei Jun’s positive attitude and discipline. “I am pleased with Wei Jun. He has played with consistency for the two days and has improved his game and become more mature.” Joseph complimented the perfect course condition and felt that his Primary 3 son performed well among the older boys in spite of his young age. “This is an exciting event that can reinforce juniors’ skills and also enable them to make new friends”. Ng Heng Chew, General Manager, NSRCC receiving a token of appreciation from the organiser
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Bug off Insects! “Can’t anything be done to eliminate insects on the golf courses?” No, but measures are in place to control them in NSRCC. One common insect known as the common Ant Alate (Flying Alate) - winged ant is found especially after rain. An uncommon insect is the Sandfly (Leptoconop) recently sighted during the months of June, July and August. It is a major pest in coastal areas and can inflict painful bites that may cause itch and bleeding wounds.
The club is monitoring the situation and is working hand-in-hand with pest controller Rentokil to conduct surveillance and fumigation from time-to-time at the affected areas. Golfers will find the Flying Insect Control (FIC) Traps at our three halfway houses in Changi that emit fluorescent Ultra-violet lights drawing insects and trapping them on adhesive film.
Protection and Prevention
Golfers especially those with sensitive skin or allergies are advised to wear protective gear to cover exposed skin. For added protection, golfers can wear long pants, long sleeved tops, bring a towel to cover the back of the neck and put on sunscreen on the face and spray insect repellent.
Do you have an insect remedy tip or experience to share?
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Images of pesky sandflies captured under the microscope provided by pest controller - Rentokil
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Golfers Hit The Greens To Celeb
It has almost been two decades since the first SAF Day Golf was organised in 1994.
ver 300 golfers competed in hope of winning the coveted challenge trophy. Despite no free upsize meals or discounts given for participating, three lucky members each walked away with a unique timepiece. RADM Ng Chee Peng, Chief of Navy graced the event as Guest-of-Honour and presented prizes to the winners of the competition.
L-R Ng Heng Chew, General Manager, NSRCC; Tan Kah Han, Captain, NSRCC; RADM Ng Chee Peng, Chief of Navy; Avinder Singh, Director CSI Mobile
Share with us what you would like to see at SAF Day Golf 2014 on our Facebook page.
All for one and one for all?
Lady golfers Rosaline, Elizabeth, Faye and Rachel looking their best
Nicholas Lim, Joshua Ho, Cody Lim and Frederick Toh
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ay 2013 “C” Division Winner, Poon Heng Wah
Andrew Kwa, Chairman, Engagement Committee; Ho Kian Guan, Executive Chairman, Keck Seng (S) Pte Ltd; Seah Chin Siong, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Singapore Pools Pte Ltd and Brian Tan, Member, Greens Committee
“A” Division Winner, Yit Kong Seng
Relax, we are here to golf L-R David Huang, Member, Greens Committee; David Tay, Vice Captain; Dennis Lim, General Manager, Associated Rental Tools Company Pte Ltd and Lewis Tan, Chairman, Techmat Synergy Pte Ltd
Overall Winner, New Say Ping
Our lucky draw winners, Jeremy Khoo (top), Teow Kok Hing (centre) and James Ong (bottom) Intense looking Nicholas Lim takes a swing
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Trouble Shots – Time to Step Up to the Plate Pulling off trouble shots requires creativity, imagination and knowledge of what is possible. You have to be fearless, you have to be committed. Many golfers shy away from trouble shots as the shots present too much of a risk. What if I don’t pull it off? A lot of times because of their own cash on the line, they will never find out whether they have the skill to pull off the recovery shot simply because they were reluctant to try. Whilst the list is long, let’s take a look at one trouble shot that is common.
Plugged ball in bunker (up the face) Players always freak out when they see this lie. It is possible (with practice of course) to be able to control your ball to hit it near the hole but let’s just start with getting it out of trouble first. It’s easy to dive in and go for the miracle recovery before carefully weighing up the situation. I see it too often when players are in trouble - they go from the frying pan into the fire! Here’s how to play a plugged ball that is up against the face, in the bunker. Stay calm, this is not as difficult as it looks. Firstly, make sure you secure your feet in the sand with more emphasis on the back foot being secure. You cannot afford to slip. Set up with a slightly open club face (normal bunker shots will be more) but lean the shaft forward (Photo 1) so the leading edge becomes the first thing that will come in contact with the sand in your swing. The key thought is to thump the club into the hill/slope under the ball with controlled acceleration.
Backswings are usually only between 8 to 10 o’clock swings (in other words, about half swings for those who are not familiar with the swing time concept) depending on the distance to your target, not wild haymakers (Photo 2). Downswings need to accelerate into the hill so the volume of sand is deep and your follow-through obviously becomes stifled (Photos 3 and 4), like a stabbing motion. Reminds me of the NIKE symbol, the tick (the follow-through represents the short side of the tick).
The ball “magically” pops and lands with hardly any spin and from an upslope lie, will come out reasonably soft. Normal plugged ball lies off flat sand will come out with far more roll. But the main thing here is not to panic. You’ve got to practise this lie before you realise it is not as difficult as it looks and you can even be clever and develop a feel on how the ball will react. Take the challenge. Try this out and see whether you can add it to your repertoire of shots. Who knows, you may just save yourself some shots out there on the golf course next time. Phil Brew Director Phil Brew Golf Academy
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Rule 26-1B: What Happens If the Ball lands in the Water Hazard?
The player may drop a ball behind the water hazard under penalty of one stroke.
* Yellow stakes or lines are used to define the hazard and hazard margin respectively.
Point at which original ball last crossed the margin of the water hazard
The player must keep the point at which the original ball last crossed the margin of the water hazard directly between the hole and the spot on which the ball is dropped. There is no limit to how far behind the water hazard the ball may be dropped.
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Growing the “Gotong Royong” Spirit
Say ‘Gotong Royong’!
National Service Day Golf is organised every year in recognition of our National Service men’s contribution towards National Defence.
n the spirit of ‘Gotong Royong’, golfers were armed with sand bottles and divot repairing tools.
With an estimated 15,000 rounds of golf played per year at Changi, this annual exercise of repairing divots and ball marks certainly drives home the message to keep the golf course healthy. Upon the first siren, buggies were dispatched to the different holes. Despite the scorching sun, golfers were seen repairing divot and ball marks very diligently. The second siren sounded soon after, marking the start of the tournament.
Train of buggies just before the first siren
Gracing the dinner and prize presentation was BG Tung Yui Fai, Director of National Service Affairs. We would like to extend our heartiest congratulations to all winners and Norman Hoe, who bagged the Overall Champion this year. We look forward to seeing you next year! A simple act goes a long way
Ladies are also seen delicately repairing divots
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2nd Runner-up, Jimmy Tan with BG Tung
1st Runner-up, Max Aw receiving trophy and golf club from BG Tung
Catching a breather amidst the hot weather
Grinning from ear to ear is our overall champion, Norman Hoe
Hole-In-One Achievers S/N
Wong Ee Choon
Jurong Country Club Hole 17
Lim Tiam Yew
Navy Hole 3
Alex Tan Choong Liang
Sembawang Country Club Hole 15
Cheang Mi Yin
Army Hole 3
Loo Kek Chew
Airforce Hole 8
Lee Chuck Theem
Airforce Hole 8
Lim Kay Khoon
KSGC Hole 17
Lau Chor Kwang
Airforce Hole 6
KSGC Hole 2
Ng Boon Kheng
Navy Hole 3
Joseph Yeo Chuan Chye
Airforce Hole 8
For results of Monthly Medal, please go to http://www.nsrcc.com.sg/posting/golf
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Cartoon Snowskin Mooncake Making Class
NSRCC Flea Market
Rainbow Cupcake Baking Class 28 September, Saturday 2.00pm – 4.00pm
26 October, Saturday 2.00pm - 4.00pm
1 December, Sunday 9.00am - 5.00pm
*Fees (Individual): $45 (Member) / $55 (Guest) *Fees (Pair): $65 (Members) / $75 (Guests) Age Group: 7 years and above Register by: 13 September, Friday
*Fees: $80 (Member) / $95 (Guest) Age Group: 7 years and above Register by: 6 October, Sunday
*Fees (1 Day): $30 (Member) / $45 (Guest) *Fees (2 Days): $50 (Member) / $70 (Guest) Age Group: 16 years and above (For registration purpose only) Register by: 10 November, Sunday
With Mid-Autumn Festival just around the corner, why not learn how to make cute cartoon snowskin mooncakes for the entire family. Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email firstname.lastname@example.org *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants or eight pairs for Parent & Child class.
Learn to bake Rainbow cupcakes for any special occasions. It is really quick and easy to make and fun to eat for both adults and kids. Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email email@example.com *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.
Join our bazaar for people to sell and trade clothes, bric-a-bracs, jewellery, collectibles and much more. You never know what you might discover! Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email firstname.lastname@example.org *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Rental of tables are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability of tables.
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3D2N Vietnam Getaway
Motivate Kids’ Growth through LEGO
Practise Good Etiquette 30 November, Saturday 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
1 December, Sunday 2.00pm – 6.00pm
*Fees: $ 65 (Member) / $ 75 (Guest) Age Group: 4 - 12 years old Register by: 10 November, Sunday
*Fees: $100 (Member) / $115 (Guest) Age Group: 16 years and above Register by: 10 November, Sunday
Let your children explore their imagination and develop motor skills through this Lego building blocks workshop delivered by qualified trainers from Bricks4kidz.
Often, people are judged by their table manners, especially when eating out or attending formal functions. Get tips on certain ways you should behave and niceties to observe during a business conversation or formal dining.
Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email email@example.com *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 20 participants.
Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email firstname.lastname@example.org *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 30 participants. Light refreshments will be provided.
6 - 8 December, Friday - Sunday *Fees: $459 (Member) / $499 (Guest) / $399 (2 - 12 years old) Register by: 27 September, Friday Visit Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital during this December school holidays and experience its nature reserves, culture and people. Package includes: -Return Flight to Hanoi -Return Airport Transfer -2 night accommodation (Twin /Triple Sharing) -Half day Hanoi City Tour -Daily Breakfast Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email email@example.com *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Tour will proceed with a minimum of 30 adults or equivalent. Itinerary is subject to changes. Participant with special meal requirement can request for Halal or Vegetarian meal upon registration. All packages exclude personal insurance, personal expenses, entrance fee, visa fee (where applicable).
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Vocal Class (5th Intake 2013)
Santa Buddies’ Fun Marshmallow Pops for Kids
Cute Q Dumplings Making for Kids 21 December, Saturday 2.00pm – 4.00pm
30 November, Saturday 10.00am - 12.30pm
*Fees: $50 (Member) / $60 (Guest) Age Group: 7 – 12 years old Register by: 29 November, Sunday
*Fees: $40 (Member) / $50 (Guest) Age Group: 7 - 12 years old Register by: 10 November, Sunday
If you are looking for some fun activity to do with your children, join in this marshmallow pop class. Transform plain marshmallows into adorable animals with colourful sprinkles and Voilà! you now have your very own unique sweet treats.
Make traditional looking dumplings with kids but with a twist. A kidfriendly recipe that is so irresistible, children will find it hard to resist!
Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email firstname.lastname@example.org *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.
Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email email@example.com *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.
21 October – 9 December (Every Monday) 6.30pm – 8.00pm *Fees: $180 (Member) / $200 (Guest) Age Group: 16 years and above Register by: 6 October, Sunday Don’t like the sound of your voice but really love to sing? Join this class and learn proper singing and breathing techniques. Sign up now for this limited promotional offer which includes entry fees for the Mini-Karaoke Contest in December. Contact Waty at 6540 8563 or email firstname.lastname@example.org *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.
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Speak to Shine
The Great and Powerful Little Ozzi Magician
English Creative Writing Programme 21 November - 20 December (Every Thursday and Friday) 1) Primary 1 & 2: 10.00am - 11.30am 2) Primary 3 & 4: 12.00pm - 1.30pm *Fees: 1) $160 (Member) / $170 (Guest) 2) $170 (Member) / $180 (Guest) Age Group: 7 – 10 years old Register by: 11 November, Monday Help your children to hone their writing ability using imagery through the use of powerful expressions, effective one liners, metaphors and personification. Programme topics include: - Six thinking hats to plan your story - Adjectives and descriptive phrases, idioms - Repeated sentence structures, proverbs and sensorial writing structures
Contact Juhainie at 6540 8564 or email email@example.com *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.
16, 23, 30 November and 7 December (Every Saturday) 2.00pm - 4.00pm *Fees: $90 (Member) / $95 (Guest) Age Group: 12 - 19 years old Register by: 4 November, Monday Learn the elements of good speaking and present your skills in an enjoyable and light hearted setting. Understand how the effective use of body language and planning can aid you in successfully delivering your speech. Contact Juhainie at 6540 8564 or email firstname.lastname@example.org *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.
25 November, Monday 2.30pm - 5.00pm *Fees: $35 (Member) / $45 (Guest) Age Group: 7 - 10 years old Register by: 18 November, Monday Learn to perform magic tricks in minutes without requiring any skill, just with the use of logic and science. Contact Juhainie at 6540 8564 or email email@example.com *Fees are subject to 7% GST. Class starts with a minimum of 10 participants.
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Student & Senior Citizen Bowling Promotion Children’s Day 4 October Hari Raya Haji 15 October Deepavali 3 November Come on down to Resort Bowl and enjoy special packages during this festive season and sing to your favourite hits. Contact 6545 6365 or email firstname.lastname@example.org All rooms come with a 4-hour package including a bottle of wine, drinks and tidbits.
Monday – Thursday Before 6.00pm Senior Citizen Rate: $1.50 per game (excluding Peak & Super Peak periods) Senior Citizens aged 60 years and above can enjoy bowling at special concession rate. Contact 6545 6365 or email email@example.com
2.00pm – 4.00pm Fees: $5.00 (Member) / $6.00 (Guest) No of games: Two
Children’s Day 4 October Hari Raya Haji 15 October Deepavali 3 November Bring your whole family down for some family bonding and fun. Contact 6545 6365 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Pair up for a
family golf event of the year!!!
When? Where? Closing Date:
27 December 2013, Friday From 7.40am NSRCC Par-3 Executive Course 20 December 2013, Friday Categories
13 - 16
7 - 12
Contact 6540 8500 or email email@example.com for more details.
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Till 31 October 2013
Celebrate at the Terrace Cafe Coleslaw Criss-Cross Fries
Pork, Turkey Sausages
Try our Mixed Grilled German Sausages ** Set with one Jug of Beer @ $30.00+ (Member)/ $34.00+ (Non - Member) ** Set without Beer @ $18.80 (Member)/ $20.80+ (Non - Member) The Terrace Cafe Kranji Sanctuary Golf Course 50 Neo Tiew Lane 3 Tel: 6791 1948 Email: nsrcc@JunHang.com.sg
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28 Sep (Sat)
Planning Your Will Cartoon Snowskin Mooncake Making Class
sep 5 (Sat)
Cream & Chocolate Puff Baking Class
Rainbow Cupcake Baking Class
21 Oct - 9 Dec (Every Mon)
Vocal Class (5th Intake 2013)
oct 2 (Sat)
NSRCC Annual Tennis Double Tournament (Closed)
Cute Q Dumplings Making for Kids Motivate Kids Growth through LEGO
The Great and Powerful Little Ozzi Magician
nov Information correct as at time of printing. Please call 6543 5725 for enquiries on Sports & Recreation Activities or 6540 8500 on Golfing Events.
Clubs m a l a ys i a
Johor Tanjong Puteri Golf & Country Club Tel : 02-07-271 1888 (Office & Club) 6338 2828 / 6339 7266 (S’pore Office) Fax : 02-07-271 1333 (Office & Club) 6339 5128 (S’pore Office) Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Wesite : www.tpgr.com Malacca
A’Famosa Golf Resort Berhad Tel : 02-06-552 0888 / 0555 Fax : 02-06-552 0695 Website : www.afamosa.com Email : email@example.com
Orna Golf & Country Club Tel : 02-06-521 0333 Fax : 02-06-521 0222 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Negeri Nilai Springs Golf & Country Club Sembilan Tel : 02-06-850 8888 Fax : 02-06-850 3388 (Golf) 02-06-850 3005 (Admin) Email : email@example.com Penang
Staffield Country Resort Tel : 02-03-8766 6117 / 8 / 9 Fax : 02-03-8766 7173 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Bukit Jambul Country Club Tel : 02-04-644 2255 Fax : 02-04-644 2400 Email : email@example.com Website : www.bjcc.com.my
Bukit Jawi Golf Resort Tel : 02-04-582 0759 Fax : 02-04-582 2613 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Website : www.bukitjawi.com.my
Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort Tel: 02-05-366 7433 Fax: 02-05-366 7434 Email : email@example.com Website : www.cwsgolf.com.my
Kelab Golf Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Tel: 02-03-5510 5872 Fax: 02-03-5510 5860 Website : www.kgsaas.com.sg
Penang Golf Resort Tel : 02-04-578 2022 Fax : 02-04-575 0228 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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 www.nsrcc.com.sg 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 : email@example.com Jakarta Padang Golf Modern & Country Club Tel : 62-21-552 9228 Fax : 62-21-552 9177 / 87 Website : www.moderngolfcc.com 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 : firstname.lastname@example.org
Guangzhou International Golf Club Tel : 001-8620-8293 3888 Fax : 001-8620-8293 3168 Email : email@example.com Website : www.gigc.com.cn
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 : firstname.lastname@example.org Website : www.lakewoodclub.com.cn
brunei Royal Brunei Golf & Country Club Tel : 673-2-611 582 Fax : 673-2-610 499 Email : email@example.com Website : www.jerudong-park.com
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: www.sembawanggolf.org.sg Filghts Available: Weekdays only Thailand Phuket Country Club Tel: 660 76 3192004 Fax: 660 76 319206 Website: www.phuketcountryclub.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Gassan Khuntan Golf & Resort Gassan Lake City Golf & Resort Gassan Marina Golf Club Tel: +65 6547 1229 Fax: +65 6841 8809 Website: www.gassangolf.com Email: email@example.com South Africa Spier Country Club, Cape Town Tel: 27-21809-1100 Fax: 27-21881-3634 Website: www.spier.co.za Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Vodacom, World of Golf, Johannesburg Tel: 27-11802-5864 Fax: 27-11802-7491 Website: www.golfersworld.co.za Email: email@example.com
facilitiesdirectory main lobby reception Tel: 6542 8288 6543 5725 (booking of facilities) 8 am to 8 pm (daily)
Weekday Golf In-person, Telephone - 9.30 am to 5 pm (daily) Internet - 9.30 am onwards (from Mon)
squash court 10 am to 10 pm (daily)
driving range Tel: 6543 1726 7 am to 11 pm (daily, except Mon: 2pm to 11 pm)
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
Tel: 6540 8555/8556 8.30 am to 5.30 pm (Mon to Fri) 10.30 am to 2.30 pm (Weekends & Public Holidays)
phil brew golf academy Tel: 6545 1601
tennis courts 7 am to 10 pm (daily)
nsrcc - Pan-West Tel: 6542 0878 7 am to 7 pm (daily, except Mon: 11 am to 7 pm)
Tel: 6542 2036 Fax: 6545 6544 Opening Hours: 9 am to 8 pm (daily) Booking Hours: 9 am to 7 pm (daily)
appetizer (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 4688 email: firstname.lastname@example.org 12 pm to 12 am (Sun to Thu) 12 pm to 1 am (Fri, Sat & eve of Public Holidays) jumbo seafood @ nsrcc Tel: 6552 3435 11.30 am to 3 pm (lunch daily) 6 pm to 10.30 pm (dinner daily) the deck (golfersâ€™ terrace) Tel: 6214 3136 6.45 am to 7.30 pm momo hut (poolside cafe) Tel: 6542 4688 3pm to 11pm (Sun to Thu) 3pm to 12am (Fri, Sat & eve of Public Holidays) 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: email@example.com For bookings of The Sanctuary I & II at KSGC and F&B catering, call 6795 2300 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
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
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 www.nsrcc.com.sg. 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 Tel: 6214 9168 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)