New General Committee 2013/2015
SICC VS Royal Selangor Interport
Christmas Day Celebrations
School Holiday Programme
THE GENERAL COMMITTEE 2013/2015 TAY JOO SOON PRESIDENT
r Tay is a practising Chartered Accountant of his own firm, which he started M in 1971. He is a Board Member on a number of Singaporean public-listed companies, and has served as the Commercial Representative for the State of the South Australian Government. The 2013/2015 term is Mr Tay’s second term as Club President, having served the same position in the 2011/2013 term. He has also previously served as SICC’s Treasurer and Club Captain. Having been a Member for over 40 years, SICC holds a special place in his heart.
r Low has, over the years, dedicated his time, passion and M commitment to SICC. He has served on various committees, working closely with many Committee Members and over six
r Yeo is a Group Managing Director for the Aladdin Group of M Companies, a packaging and food manufacturing company. He has been a Member for about 20 years. From 2001 to 2007,
r Thomas has an active Member of SICC for over 20 years, M and had served as a Member on the General Committee, Editorial Committee, IT Committee and Tender Committee.
r Kwek is a banker of over 38 years, with the last 21 years M in Wealth Management. He has significant management, organisational and leadership experience and skills which are
Presidents. He was Club Captain 2003/2005, Vice-President 2001/2002, Vice-Captain 1995/1998, House & Bar Convenor 1991/1994, and Bowling Convenor 1988/1991. He was also a Member of the Member and PR Committee 2011/2013, Greens Committee 1998/2001 and Bowling Committee 1986/1988. Mr Low was the Honorary Secretary of the Singapore Golf Association 1998/2001, and is currently the Independent NonExecutive Chairman of eSun Holdings Limited.
he was an active member in various sub-committees, including the Tender Committee, House & Bar and Project & Development Committees, and was the House & Bar Convenor in 2003 and from 2005 to 2007. Mr Yeo was Chairman of the House and Bar Committee in the previous term 2011/2013 and was Chairman of the May Day Charity Committee in 2013.
Being a frequent user of the Club, his passion includes bowling and has previously served as the Bowling Convenor. Mr Thomas was also a former SICC President and Chairman for the Projects Committee.
directly relevant to the Treasurer position. An active golfer with a handicap of 4.8, Mr Kwek has been a Member for over 20 years and participates actively in SICC events and activities.
eing a passionate and motivated individual, Ms Woo previously served in the SICC House & Bar Committee from 1998-2001 and 2004-2006. She was a founder, owner and operator of a chain of Korean, Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese restaurants. Presently, she is a real estate marketer.
n avid squash player, Ms Choo has been a member of A SICC’s Cosmopolitan Interclub Squash team since 2007. She participates actively in doubles squash competitions both
KENNETH HW KOH
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r Koh served as an elected Treasurer in SICC from 2005- 2007. He was a member of the Executive Committee, Chairman of the Finance and Investment Committees as well as a member of the Projects and Tender Committees during that term. He had a 33-year career in international banking and in 23 of those years, his overseas assignments included appointments as Regional Treasurer in Hong Kong; Managing Director in Tokyo and Senior Vice President in Los Angeles.
r Tan joined SICC in 1972 and participated in many club activities and M Interport matches. He has led the SICC Inter-Club League team as Captain and also participated as a player many times in the SGA Events
GENERAL COMMIT TEE MEMBER/LADY CAPTAIN
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locally and overseas. She has also represented SICC in various Interport golf competitions in 2011 and 2013. In addition to her contributions in the sports arena, Josephine intends to bring her management experience in hospitality and service to assist in the raising standards of service in SICC.
with good achievements. Mr Tan was elected into the General Committee for eight years. He was appointed as Vice-Captain for 6 years during those terms and was in charge of the construction of the Buggy Track in Old Course during his first Vice-Captain appointment. Participating actively in the Senior Golfers Society (SGS) since 1965, Mr Tan also holds the Senior Vice President title at SGS. Mr Tan is also the Chairman of Sin Heng Heavy Machinery Limited, a listed company in Singapore.
r Quek is a Member of over 40 years, and has served in various sub-committees within SICC for many years. He was also a General Committee member in 2011/2013, an elected Bowling Convenor 2003/2005, and an appointed Bowling Captain from 2007 to 2011. As bowling is his passion, Mr Quek is often seen with his family in SICC at the Island Bowl.
TAN CHIN SENG
r Hazra has been a member since 2003. Being an avid golfer M and a frequent user of the Club’s facilities with his family, he is passionate about SICC’s place in the lives of members and their families. A former banker by profession, with an education in law, he is presently an independent financial consultant. Mr Hazra has been co-opted as a General Committee Member.
r Chen has been a Member for over 40 years. An architect by profession, he is presently a retiree. Mr Chen has been co-opted as a General Committee Member.
r Tan Ching Seng is a Senior Consultant at Tan Rajah & Cheah. He practises in the areas of Corporate and Commercial law, Company M law, Joint Ventures and Cross-Border contracts, Intellectual Property and Research Commercialisation agreements. He served as President on the Court Martials Boards. Mr Tan is a Notary Public and a Commissioner for Oaths, as well as a serving member of the Board of SJI International and Loke Scholarship Foundation. Mr Tan served in the Tennis & Squash Sub-committee from 1989 to1992. He was co-opted into the GC in the previous term and served as a member of the Constitution and Law Sub-committee. Mr Tan is once again co-opted as a General Comittee member for this term.
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by Chia Siang Pio, Lady Golf Captainâ€™s Committee Member
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here were the shouldn’t-have-missed short putts, heartbreaking lip-outs, inexplicable stray drives and occasional hostile opponents. But there were also clutch putts, miraculous chip-ins, intimidating drives, remarkable sand saves and most of all, an incredible team spirit which was infused with a never-say-die fighting attitude throughout the league season. The ladies’ league team shared only one goal - to win the ladies’ Division title. The competition was intense and the pressure unbearable sometimes, and yet as a team, we showed that we had the mental fortitude to play fearless, inspired golf not for ourselves but for the club. What had started as frustrating first rounds - no thanks to the weather which appeared to have conspired with our opponents - ended with a nail-biting finish with a margin so narrow, we were holding our breaths as we waited for confirmation of our win. We were half a point behind the Keppel ladies who were the leaders after the penultimate round. We knew that to secure an outright win, we needed to win all three matches on our last round and then ride on the condition that the Keppel team lost at least one match. The euphoria which broke out on the 18th green at OCC was in fact premature as the Keppel team’s round against NSRCC was not over. The wait which transpired for almost an hour was agonizing. When news finally confirmed that our nearest rival had only managed to win one match and squared another, we broke out in cheers on a well-deserved, hard-fought victory.
What was new this year were the round robin matches against all the golf clubs and playing without any stroke allowance. We had to field only our best players who could play off the stick against our opponents. For the A Div, the toughest matches were against the junior national players. For the B Div, they were the veteran players whose games stayed as sharp. There were new friendships forged within our team and with our opponents - a camaraderie built over a long season. Before and after every round, there were exchange of words of encouragement or congratulatory messages. Then, there were the celebration parties, high-fives, showers of beer on our heads and warm hugs to each other. Even if the season was almost too exhausting - 12 rounds played on alternate Sundays over a period of almost 6 months (there were only 5 rounds previously under the SLGA league), the experience was exhilarating - the overwhelming adrenalin rush, the tears of relief, the chemistry of good partnerships and ultimately, the thrill of the final triumph. Our league captains, Meg Koh and Margaret De Luna believed in us and we did not want to disappoint them. They were there at every round, delivering not only the muchneeded words of encouragement and pats on our backs but also surprise snacks. In return, we delivered what they knew we could for SICC - the glory of being the ladies’ champions in our inaugural SGA Inter-Club League 2013!
There were four rounds which we could have won, but could only square as they were called off due to inclement weather. But once the course stayed dry, we were a dominating force - with easy victories and some unexpected come-from-behind wins even as there were tight matches that were pushed all the way to the last hole. The final tally - seven wins, four AS and only one loss for a total of 23.5 points - one point ahead of first runner-ups, Keppel.
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HOLE-IN- O NE ACHIEVEMENTS Mr Jerry Soh Kee Lean Hole 17, 122 metres, Bukit Course 28 September 2013
Mr Wynne David Edmund
Mr Chin Soon Chye
Hole 8, 148 metres, Lake Course Raffles Country Club 2 October 2013
Hole 2, 126 metres, Tampines Course, Tanah Merah Country Club 8 October 2013
Mr Kelvin Wong Boon Kok Hole 3, 137 Yards, Red Mountain Golf Club 4 October 2013
Mr Malik Ankur Dev Hole 14, 178 metres, New Course 12 October 2013
Mr Loh Wai Meng
Soh Kee Lean
Wynne David Edmund
Chin Soon Chye
Malik Ankur Dev
Hole 14, 169 metres, Bukit Course 6 October 2013
Mr Chew Sun Huat Hole 6, 136 metres, New Course 8 October 2013
Wong Boon Kok
Loh Wai Meng
Chew Sun Huat
October MONTHLY MEDAL WINNERS Men’s Medal “A” Medal (Stroke): Andre Chan Kwai Onn (HI 5.4)(CH 6)
Chan Kwai Onn
“B” Medal (Stroke): Shen Qiong (HI 19.6)(CH 24)
“C” Medal (Stroke): Tai Yoko Hirahara (HI 23.8)(CH 29)
Wong Mooi Kooi
“B” Medal (Stroke): Lim Choo Beng, Frankie (HI 16.4)(CH 19)
Lim Choo Beng
“C” Medal (Stroke): Toh Peng Hui (HI 22.0)(CH 24) Toh Peng Hui
“A” Medal (Stroke): Emily Wong Mooi Kooi (HI 14.7)(CH 18)
65 Nett Tai Yoko Hirahara
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Left to Right: Ben Woo, Alan Lo, Yeo Eng Seng, Paul Kwek (Senior Team Captain), Lian Ah Hian, Victor Tang. Not in picture: Ames Teo and Douglas Ooi
Bad weather and tough competition could not deter SICC’s Senior team from clinching the first runner-up position at this year’s SGA Inter Club League (ICL) 2O13. We sat down with Senior Team Captain Mr Paul Kwek to find out more about this hard fought game.
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What was the key to your success? It has to be the commitment of all the players. Despite their own busy schedules, everybody on our team managed to stay committed by coming for regular training sessions and games throughout the fivemonth long tournament.
How confident were you about winning the game? We were pretty confident in the beginning because we had some of the best senior golfers in Singapore with us, and we won last year.
What were some of the challenges you faced during the match? Due to a slightly smaller pool of talents we had to draw from this year, we were a little shorthanded. Last year, we had the help of two guys who were in very good form, unfortunately, they have both returned to their home countries.
Was there anything special you did to prepare yourself for the game? There was no special preparation, but we did put in a lot of effort into training and were committed towards winning the game.
Do you feel that the team performed well throughout the entire game? We performed well, but there were couple of games where we let ourselves down.
What happened? We expected to perform well but it did not turn out as well as we hoped. It didn’t help that we had bad weather at the start of the series – which we could not control. During the series, the first three to four games were washed out; there was an instance when we were playing at Jurong Country Club and we were seven up seven to go when heavy rain and thunderstorm came, causing the game to be called off for the day. There were two to three games where we were leading by a good margin before the game was called off because of bad weather. As per tourament rules, since the game was called off, our points were reduced by half.
Are you happy with being the firstrunner up? Yes, we will come back next year and put our best team forward. There’s a great camaraderie and excitement that comes from overcoming every challenge we face as a team - which is why we keep coming back for a great game every time.
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â€“ Stroke Play Champion
What was the key to your success in this championship?
espite juggling between intensive school schedules and golf practices after school hours and on the weekends, Kucz Mateusz managed to clinch the Stroke Play Championship 2013 trophy. He made sure to have comprehensive golf training and personal gym time to ensure that he was fully-prepared. He might have a slow start in the beginning but nonetheless he gained back his pace and momentum and performed to the best of his ability for the rest of the match. He may be the champion, but he thinks that could have performed better, we spoke to him to find out why.
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Playing golf regularly, trying to make as few mistakes as possible and big numbers are all key factors. It is easy to earn a big score but it is tedious and time consuming to make up with birdies. I made some key putts on Bukit in the fourth round to keep my momentum and my lead up. To stay at the top of the game. I made sure to keep my tee shots in play on the third and fourth rounds which were the tougher courses and made sure that each of my shots was in focus. The short length of the game was another key that kept me afloat for the remaining rounds.
How confident were you about winning the tournament? I practiced and played golf consistently so I was confident in playing in the Stroke Play Championship. I knew that I would encounter bad holes in my rounds but I kept my spirit up despite every swing. I know it is essential to focus on the next shot and post a good score hence I do not want to make a bad swing that will ruin my game.
GOLF What were some of the challenges you faced during the game? My first two rounds of performance did not meet my expectation; I was hitting the golf ball quite poorly, especially off the tees. This caused wayward tee shots and stressed me a little. Unfortunately, my putting, especially the short putts were not good. I missed a few putts inside eight feet and this made me lose confidence. During the first two rounds, I was able to post reasonable scores by using a conservative strategy. I played much better during the third and fourth rounds mainly due to a better tempo in my swing. I hit my driver and irons better, albeit a few miscues in both rounds. Unfortunately I could not get the putter hot otherwise it could have been a couple of low rounds.
November GOLF FIXTURES
What inspired you to learn to play golf? My father first introduced me to the game but I now push myself to be better. I also enjoy playing against friends who are good players to test my limits. I really enjoy the individuality of golfers, competitors, the uniqueness of the sport, the competitive and exciting nature of the game.
• Sime Course Sat 2
“C” Medal (Stableford)
How did you do to prepare yourself for this tournament?
Private Competition (40 golfers)
Senior Medal (Men & Ladies)
Private Competition (144 golfers)
I try to play or practice every day, around three or four hours on weekdays after school and ten or eleven hours on weekends. As practice, I did try to play at least all four courses, especially at the New and Bukit courses to familiarize myself and formulate a game plan. It is always important to have a good game plan or an idea of how you will play a course on the day of the tournament. I also went to the gym twice or three times a week because it is important to keep yourself strong, flexible and healthy to play good golf.
Private Competition (16 golfers)
Senior Mixed Foursomes Competition
Sun 3 PM
Junior & Adult Foursomes
Did you feel any stress to perform well?
Mon 18 PM
Private Competition (40 golfers)
I wanted to perform well on my home courses so there was definitely some stress. It was great that I was playing against my good friend Jesse Atlas for all four rounds, which helped to keep the pressure off.
Any advice for other golfers? Some golfers spend too much time on the range and rarely go out and play. If you want to play good golf you have to spread your time between practice and play. You can never practice your short game enough. With regards to playing, you must always keep a confident positive attitude and have a good tempo and rhythm to your swing.
• Bukit Course Sat 2
“A” Medal (Stableford)
• Millennium Course
• Island Course Sat 2
Ladies Medal Stroke
• New Course Sat 2
“B” Medal (Stableford)
Private Competition (60 golfers)
Private Competition (144 golfers)
Private Competition (144 golfers)
Thu 14 PM
Private Competition (48 golfers)
Private Competition (144 golfers)
Tue 26 – Thu 28
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SICC VS Royal Selangor Interport
n Saturday and Sunday, 19 and 20 Oct, our friends at the Royal Selangor Golf club came to play at the SICC courses. Unfortunately because of the bad weather, much of the game on Saturday was washed off and the game came to a draw. Sundayâ€™s weather picked up a little and SICC came in as the winning team. The bad weather failed to dampen spirits and that weekend was a particularly memorable and fun one.
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International Christmas Extravaganza A Cosmopolitan Night to remember
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Thursday, 5 December 2013 Island Course (Individual Stableford) Dinner Venue: Grand Ballroom, Level 3 Dress Code: International Costume (Dress up to the theme for a special treat!) Member: $60* (Golf & dinner, excluding buggy fees & GST) Guest: $75* (Dinner only, excluding GST)
3 Prizes to be won: • Golf competition prizes • Novelty event prizes • Lucky draw prizes Closing Date: Friday, 22 November 2013 (Cancellations after closing will be charged accordingly)
Sign up before 10 November to get a chance to enter the Early Bird Lucky Dip! Register now at Island or Bukit ladies’ changing rooms.
*Full fees will be charged if Member participates in either Golf or dinner.
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22 ND SICC/DBS Junior Invitational Golf Championship 2O13 9 to 12 December 2013
PRACTICE ROUND: Monday, 9 December 2013 ENTRY FEE: SICC Members: S$150 Others: S$250 CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES: Monday, 11 November 2013
For enquiries, please call (65) 6215 9370/1, or visit www.sicc.org.sg Presented By
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Practice Like You Play By Tim Ressa, USPGA CP, TPI Certified Here are four suggestions to get the most out of the time you have to practice:
1. Practice picking out a target and going through your preshot routine with each shot.
o you ever wonder why you hit it way better on the range than on the golf course? It probably has as much to do with how you practice as with what you practice. Most people I observe come to the range, get their bucket of balls, warm up with hitting some irons but with no target and then start bashing their driver for the remainder of their practice balls - that is not practice. That is closer to a cardio workout than practicing the movement patterns of your golf swing.
Going through your routine will make it similar to the golf course and let you refocus in between shots. Have a target and change it repeatedly. Never aim where the mat is pointing. There are no mats on the course so you will not be able to rely on them. Take ownership of your practice environment and pick a target and align to it.
2. Work on your weaknesses, not you strengths. Don’t be afraid to look bad and work on what you have trouble with. Real improvement comes with stepping outside the box and working on your weaknesses.
3. Make more practice swings than actually hitting balls. If you are working on something in your swing, practice making really deliberate movements or work on the position you are trying to achieve. The mirror gives you feedback visually and the deliberate movement helps you build myelin in your brain to be able to repeat these movements. For every five deliberate swings you make, you can try it once with a real golf ball. So in an hour of practice, you only need to hit forty actual golf balls. That’s 200 swings for learning a new pattern of motion and forty actual golf balls.
4.Take breaks. People can only focus intensely for a short amount of time, before they lose focus and go back to what feels comfortable. After every five minutes of high intensity practice, don’t forget to take a break - get a drink or check your phone. After your break, refocus your energy on what you have set to accomplish and get back to it. Most of us have a limited time to practice, but if you use the time wisely, you can and will improve.
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SICC JUNIOR NEWSLETTER By Stuart Holmes
ave you ever noticed how you feel before the “Big Game”? Players often feel a wide range of emotions, which can affect how the body reacts once you start your competition. Determining factors may include the weather conditions on the day, which course will you be playing, your playing partners, your recent form, or even parent pressure. All of these factors can make or break your day.
Feelings of anger, frustration, nervousness or even resentment towards other players can cause overwhelming stress to the player. Rarely do these feelings produce strength, confidence, determination or offer any other positive effect…except perhaps if you are a world class players. When a player enters a competition they must want to challenge themselves and achieve a higher standard. During a competition the mind can think up some crazy scenarios, however as a player you have to embrace these feelings and learn to overcome them or learn to ignore them. During a normal round of golf the player’s brain is more at ease, allowing itself to think that this is just a casual round, but once the competition word is mentioned the brain fires off signals to stay focused. Becoming mentally stronger is not often talked about since it often seems like a sign of weakness to admit that you are scared or not confident. The turning point starts with how you think and what you tell yourself when playing.
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Here`s a scenario for you: during the last two months that you’ve played in the Junior Medal, you’ve been paired with the same person each time, and guess what? He has beaten you on both occasions. Once again the big game comes around and can you believe it - you are paired with that same person that you can’t seem to beat. After five holes you are two shots behind him and your mind starts to think, “oh gosh, here it goes again, he is going to beat me yet again!” Before you panic, breathe in and try and plant a positive seed in your mind by saying, “ there are still four holes to go and, as the saying goes, third time lucky for me!” Believe that beating them can be done. It’s your turn to win today, and you deserve it because you’ve put in extra effort for this game. Whatever the end result, a player must thrive in the competitive arena and love being able to take on a challenge on the golf course. Remember: when playing out in the hot sun and facing a difficult game, smile and think ‘its better than…’
JUNIOR MONTHLY MEDALS 6 to 9 Years Old Boys Division Gross Boey You Wen Ryan 38 Jake Thomas Foley 45 Lee Chih Yuan Lewis 47OCB Girls Division Rachel Sim 41 10 to 12 Years Old Boys Division Gross William GC Austen 32 Tan Jia Wei Craig 34 Teppei Ono 38 Girls Division Chua Kai Ting Melissa 52 OCB 13 Years and Older Boys Division Gross Rahil Bhatia 38 Girls Division Gross Devika Gabriella Singh 38 U30 Gross Fabian Lefan Fernandez 31 Ho Weng Shing John 33 Sim Li Jia Rebecca 35 islander November 2013 19
THE GROUND UNDER REPAIR RULE CAN BE TRICKY
Robin on Rules
My ball is stuck between those branches but I can take a free drop under the GUR rule.
his situation, which arose during a social game at the Club, is covered under Rule 25, Abnormal Ground Conditions, which includes the Ground Under Repair (GUR) rule; under Rule 251.b, a player may take a free drop within one club length of and not nearer the hole than the nearest point of relief. But in this situation, the other player is referring to the Exception to this which says, “A player may not take relief under this Rule if interference by anything other than an abnormal ground condition makes the stroke clearly impracticable …”
For the solution to this, we need to refer to the definition of GUR in Section ll, Definitions, at the front of the Rules book, which includes “All ground and any grass, bush, tree or other growing thing are part of the GUR”. Therefore the offending bush that is holding the player’s ball is part of the GUR; the Exception does not apply and the player is entitled to free relief.
No, the ball is clearly unplayable. so you will have to take a penalty drop from the unplayable lie
There are 22 decisions about GUR situations and some of the more interesting are: 25/7 A fallen tree in the process of being sawn up and stacked is “material piled for removal” and hence GUR. 25/8 A tree stump that is not marked as GUR and is not in the process of being unearthed or cut up for removal does not constitute “material piled for removal”, and so is not GUR. 25/9 A tree that has fallen onto a fairway due to a windstorm and is still attached to the stump, is not GUR unless so marked. However, a player could request relief from the Committee, which would be justified in declaring the area covered by the tree to be GUR. 25/10.5 A player’s ball is found through the green in a tree that is rooted in an area marked as GUR. The spot on the ground directly under where the ball lies is outside the white-lined area
defining the GUR. The player is entitled to free relief because according to the definition, the tree, being rooted in the GUR is part of the GUR. 25/10.7 A player’s ball lies against a root, outside the GUR, of a tree that is within the GUR. The player is not entitled to relief from the GUR because according to the definition the margin of GUR extends vertically downwards, but not upwards, so the root, at or below ground level is not GUR. 25/13 If an entire bunker, under repair, is designated by the Committee as GUR, it loses its status as a hazard and is automatically classified as “through the green”, and is treated as GUR. 25-1a If a player’s ball is outside GUR but a tree within the GUR interferes with his swing the player can take free relief from GUR.
Members are welcome to email Rules queries to email@example.com to stimulate more interesting articles. EXTRACTS FROM THE RULES OF GOLF AND DECISIONS PRINTED WITH KIND PERMISSION OF THE R&A. COPYRIGHT 2013 R G LANGDALE. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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NOVEMBER 2013 GOLF
Junior & Adults Foursomes PM, Millennium Course
Senior Mixed Foursomes Competition PM, Sime Course
26 TUE - 28 THU
Senior Medal (Men & Ladies)
PM, Sime Course
Whole Day, New Course
For Bukit course enquiries, please call 6215 9370/1, For Island courses enquiries, please call 6431 8371/2
9 SAT & 10 SUN Wine Fair 2013 12:00nn to 5:00pm, Bukit Location
For F&B enquiries, please call 6215 9363
NOVEMBER 2013 LIFESTYLE
14 THU & 29 FRI Cook with Kirti
10:30am to 1:30pm, Brassie, Bukit Location
6 & 20 WED Dance Practice Night 7:30pm, Ballroom 1 & 2
15, 16 &17 Fast & Furious 6 (PG13)
Friday 8:30pm, Saturday & Sunday 2:30pm, 5:00pm & 8:30pm, Bukit Location
Chef Satish’s All-time popular dishes 10:30am to 1:30pm, Brassie, Bukit Location
For registration and enquiries, please contact Joanne Neo at 62159353 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bukit: 6466 2244 • Island: 6459 2222 • www.sicc.org.sg
Usher in the year of the Horse at Silk
ith just a few more months before the year of the Horse, there’s no better time than now to start planning your reunion dinner. Starting from noon of 12th November 2013, Members can start making reservations for 30 January 2014 till 14 February 2014 (eve till the 15th day of Lunar New Year). Booking details - For booking of private rooms during the Chinese New Year period, there is a minimum spending requirement of $600 for lunch and $1000 for dinner (prices are exclusive of GST) - For bookings on Lunar New Year Eve, a deposit of $150 per table is required. For the rest of this festive period (31 Jan to 14 Feb 2014), a deposit of $100 per table is required. - A cancellation fee applies. If reservation is cancelled before 14 days, no cost will be incurred. For cancellation made within 14 days before the reserved date, 50 percent of the deposit is chargeable. For cancellation made within 7 days before the reserved date, the total cost of the deposit is cheargeable.
Christmas Light Up 2013 S
tart your Christmas festivities with this magical light-up session! Join our carolers, as they perform your favourite Christmas carols and greet Santa and his Santarinas as they distribute goodies to the children. When night falls, watch the tree light up and the new island Clubhouse lobby sparkle with fairy lights. Following that, continue with us in the spirit of Christmas by making your way to Island Swimming Pool Café for a traditional X’mas buffet, delicious X’mas cake and other desserts, and fun entertainment for you and your family.
Sunday, 1 December 2013 6:00pm to 10:00pm New Island Clubhouse – Main Lobby Adults: $10, Child: $5 For reservations and enquiries, please contact Jenny at 6431 8432 or Carmella at 6215 9363.
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food&beverage X’mas Pull-out Special
Christmas Day Celebrations Christmas just isn’t the same without traditional flavours, and these epicurean feasts held at SICC will fulfill all your festive cravings.
Christmas Eve Dinner Buffet On Christmas eve, a festive dinner spread will be laid out at Windows. On. Bukit and the Bowling Alley. This Christmas feast will include freshly shucked oysters, steaming pasta, meat carvings, a salad bar with freshly picked garden greens, and tempting desserts amongst the many traditional favourites.
Windows.on.Bukit & Bowling Alley Date: Tuesday, 24 December 2013 Time: 6:30pm to 10:30pm Price: $60.00 per Member* $70.00 per Guest $30.00 per Child (Ages from 6 to 12 year olds) *SICC Members with Gold Card are entitled to a 15% discount off total bill (Not applicable for child’s price)
Christmas Day Brunch Buffet Not only will there be ‘live’ stations that will allow you the visual pleasure of seeing your food being prepared, there will also be an international array of culinary creations and desserts you won’t be able to resist. Free flow of soft drinks and fruit punch will be served to compliment your meal, or you can choose to indulge in champagne and wines priced at a special rate.
Grand Ballroom Date: Wednesday, 25 December 2013 Time: 11:00am to 2:30pm Price: $95 per Member, $110 per Guest $38 per Child (ages from 6 to 12 years old)
For reservations at Bukit , please contact Carmella at 6215 9363 For reservations at Island, please contact Jenny at 6431 8432
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2013/14 NEW YEAR’S EVE COUNTDOWN PARTY
nother year is coming to an end and everyone wants to end it with a bang! Come join us and welcome another fabulous year ahead. Remember those ‘A go-go’ dance moves, bell-bottom jeans and tie-tyred shirts? Travel “Back to the 60s” and reminisce those good old times at the 2013/14 New Year’s Eve Countdown Party.
Theme: Nostalgia Night, SICC 50th Anniversary Back to the 60’s Venue: Grand Ballroom, Island Location Date: Time: Price:
Tuesday, 31 December 2013 7.00pm onwards $168.00 (Member) / $188.00 (Guest) Inclusive of 6-course Western set dinner, door gift, novelty pack and more.
Dress code: Formal
menu COCKTAIL RECEPTION Highlights: • pre-activities during cocktail. • Be entertained by five piece live band - “3 Sets” during dinner. • Emcee’s fun and games on stage and attractive prizes to be won. • Lucky draw with a top prize of travelling voucher worth $500. • Immerse in a party atmosphere.
APPETISER From Heat Lamp Oyster Rock feller, Oyster Americaine Louisiana crab cake, crayfish au gratin On Ice Prawn ceviche, salmon rillettes, oyster cocktail Truffle mixed lentil Soba noodles on fork, farfalle pasta with feta cheese Mesclun greens with dressing, condiments Iberico Ham with brioche, sundried tomato Western Set Dinner
Booking form can be obtained online or reception counters. Members can return the form via fax, email or drop off at the reception counter. Things to note: If you are unable to attend the event after confirmation, the following cancellation fees apply. Less than 14 working days – 50% of the total cost. Less than 7 working days – 100% of the total cost. Kindly be advised that a written notice (email or fax) must be presented upon cancellation. Registration opens from 1 November 2013 to 26 December 2013. For reservations at Bukit , please contact Carmella at 62159363 For reservations at Island, please contact Jenny at 64318432
To Start Chawanmusi with Lobster, Caviar, white truffle oil, sakura sprouts, Sauvignon Blanc dressing Experience Crusted Cumin Kurobuta Pork Belly with blueberries gastrique Cool off with Champagne Granita MAIN Grilled Alaska Cod Fillet With scampi on white gazpacho spuma, winter vegetables New Year’s Sweet Ending Glazed Chocolate Praline Mousse With passion fruit sauce and mango ice cream Tea or Coffee Gourmet Petite Fours islander November 2013 29
GASTRONOMIC DELIGHTS Check out all the promotions for November 2013!
Crabmeat & Avocado Salad $13.90 With spicy cognac sauce
Warm Smoked Lamb and Orange Salad $14.90 Served with birch syrup and pepper dressing
Pan-fried Monk Fish $18.50 Served with capers butter sauce, sweet potato croquette & vegetables
Fillet Mignon of Veal wrapped with bacon $25.90 Served with potatoes, vegetables and red wine sauce
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food&beverage Island Swimming Pool Café and Bowling Alley Snack Bar
Back to the 50’s Crispy Giant Grouper Fillet with Sweet Sour Sauce and Pinenuts $88.00 per fish (1kg)
Available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
ABC Booster $5.90
Oxtail Stew with Pasta $17.00
CAKE OF THE MONTH Available at Gourmet@Bukit and The Lookout Pastry Counter
Pistachio Mascarpone Chocolate Cake $42.00 (whole), $4.40 (piece)
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food&beverage Bukit Location
LOCal Delicacies Available only for weekend lunch
Claypot Rice with Roasted Duck and Hongkong Choy Sum $13.50
Western Corner Available daily during lunch and dinner from 6 to 28 November 2013
Oxtail Stew with Toasted Loaf $17.80
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Smoked Salmon and Avocado Salad $12.80 (Daily) Teochew Fish Porridge $12.50 Only available for lunch on Friday, Saturdays and Sundays.
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food&beverage Lamb Shank Masala
Indian Delights Available during lunch and dinner from 6 to 24 November 2013
Lamb Shank Masala
Premium quality lamb shank stewed with flavourful spices and accompanied with plain naan Australian venison simmered in spicy onion and pepper gravy
Punjabi Fish Tandoori $14.80
Roasted buttered fish cubes marinated with yoghurt masala and coriander leaves
Amritsari Fish Kadhai $13.80 Chicken Sang Wala
Dory fish cubes tossed with garlic, onions and tomato sauce
Chicken Sang Wala
Chili Cheese Naan
Boneless chicken cubes cooked with fresh spinach leaves Tandoori naan stuffed with green chili, cheddar and mozzarella cheese Chilled yoghurt drink blend with strawberries
Pan-fried “Pipa Toufu” with Abalone sauce $40.00 (L), $30.00 (M), $20.00 (S)
Braised Chicken with Chestnuts and Mushroom in Claypot $34.00 (L), $26.00 (M), $17.00 (S)
Stir-fried Shredded Pork with Spicy Sauce $32.00 (L), $24.00 (M), $16.00 (S)
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CARELIANCAVIAR food&beverage Premium product of Finland Harvested from freshwater Siberian sturgeon CITES certified No additives or preservatives
Now available at
Special creation by
Executive Chef Roberto Galetti
SICC JOHNNIE WALKER GOLF 2014 Are anticipating the Johnnie Walker Golf Invitational 2014?
Hokkaido Scallops Carpaccio
Cold Angelâ€™s Hair and Oysters
Join us on the 20 February 2014 for a great game of golf followed by a sumptuous dinner whilst being entertained by a live band and stand a chance to win attractive prizes in the lucky draw! And of course â€“ savour Johnnie Walker throughout the entire day! To participate, simply purchase 8 bottles of Johnnie Walker Black Label and 4 bottles of Johnnie Walker Platinum Label 18 Years Old at $1,032.
Burrata Cheese Frisee Salad and Avacado
36 Purvis Street #01-02 Singapore 188613 For reservations, please call: 6837 1468 For Carelian Caviar home delivery:
Elite Food Company Pte Ltd. Jenny Chung (65) 9634 3953 / Dennis Mah (65) 8268 1128 Email: email@example.com or visit www.careliancaviar.com
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Wines of the month $36.00 per Bottle, $8.50 per Glass Grand Bateau Blanc 2009, AOC Bordeaux 75% Sauvignon, 25% SĂŠmillon and harvested 100 percent by hand. A whiff of this will fill your nose with notes of buttery vanillin-oak and exotic fruit. Palate-wise, this offers powerful flavours but does not overwhelm your tastebuds, thanks to the nice balance between oak and fruit.
Grand Bateau Rouge 2010, AOC Bordeaux 75% Merlot, 25% Cabernet and harvested 100% by hand. This offers a nose of ripe red fruits, spices and an elegant touch of new oak. The round fruit flavours such as those from the ripe tannins meld together in tasteful harmony and leaves a lingering savoury finish on the tongue.
Wine Fair 2013 @ SICC
2 & 3 November 2013, Saturday & Sunday 12:00nn to 5:00pm, Island Location 9 & 10 November 2013, Saturday & Sunday 12:00nn to 5:00pm, Bukit Location Wine Fair season is just in time for the end-of-year season. There is no better time to stock up your wines for the merry-making. Donâ€™t miss out on the great deals!
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An enchanted evening with Cloudy Bay wines
n Friday 4th October, 153 privileged members and a few other distinguished guests gathered together at a sold-out event to savour the newly released Cloudy Bay 2013 Sauvignon Blanc. They dined with culinary creations that were artfully matched with iconic wines such as Pelorus Brut, Te Koko Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Late Harvest Riesling from the Cloudy Bay stable. Winemaker extraordinaire Sarah Burton extolled the chartacteristics of the wines during the evening as well.
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Thinking like a winner Mr. Christopher Yeo and Mrs. Wendy Neo both emerged winners on 14 September at the Men & Ladies 3-6-9 Bowling Tournament. We spoke with them find out what goes behind a winner’s mind. Ladies winner: Wendy Neo
What was the key to your success at this bowling tournament? I told myself to stay focused, relaxed and forget the stress of the tournament. How confident were you about winning this game? I didn’t expect to win anything. As per usual, I treat all games like a training or leisure session. What were some of the challenges you faced during the game? I was afraid that I would let stress take over my thoughts and I was a little worried about losing focus as well. Christopher Yeo
Men’s winner: Christopher Yeo
What was the key to your success at this bowling tournament? During this tournament, I went in really relaxed and tried not to expect anything, so I guess that helped a lot. I just concentrated on throwing good shots and nothing else.
What inspired you to pick up bowling? My family. Bowling is a game we all enjoy playing. We will make it a point to get together to play at least once a week. What did you do to prepare yourself for this game? It’s all about practice and more practice. Any advice for fellow bowlers? Practice make perfect. Have an open mind and try to take in others’ comments on your mistakes.
How confident were you about winning this game? I was pretty confident but really didn’t think about it. What were some of the challenges you faced during the game? As with any bowling competition, changing lane conditions are always the biggest challenge. Knowing when to adjust the target or when to change bowling balls is a skill that bowlers should learn to master. What inspired you to pick up bowling? My father introduced me to bowling at the old Wan Tho bowling alley at a very young age, and I have loved it ever since. What did you do to prepare yourself for this game? I didn’t do anything special to prepare myself. I bowl quite often usually, so I just thought of it as any other day. Did you feel stressed during this game? No, I didn’t feel stressed at all. Perhaps towards the end, when I noticed the young guns were bowling very well, but I took it as a challenge and seeing that just spurred me on to bowl better. Any advice for fellow bowlers? My advice to fellow bowlers would be to just relax and enjoy the game!
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EVENTS Hi bowlers!
hristmas is here once again! It is time to carry some weight and minor stretching. It will be a month of feasting in December, so we have arranged several bowling sessions starting in November to prepare and tone your curve before the Christmas atmosphere kicks in early for you. So come and join us now!
Bowling Christmas Party 2013
14 December 2013, 7.30pm; Open to all the bowlers who participated in the Christmas Turkey Shoot Events and all current league players.
Christmas Turkey Shoot - Men
Friday, 6 December 2013, 7.00pm, based on monthly handicap; games; $40 (excluding game fees)
Christmas Turkey Shoot - Ladies
Saturday, 7 December 2013, 2.00pm, based on monthly handicap; 10 games; $40 (excluding game fees)
Christmas Turkey Shoot – Juniors (15 Years & below)
Saturday, 7 December 2013, 7.00pm, based on monthly handicap; 6 games; $30 (excluding game fees)
Junior Bowling Clinic (Beginner)
Every Tuesday for 4 weeks; 26 November 2012; 2.00pm – 4.00pm; $60 per person (To re-run)
Men’s Moonlight Bowling
Saturday, 9 November 2013, 7.00pm, based on monthly handicap; 10 games; $40 (excluding game fees)
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SICC Ladies Tennis Club Championships: A Full Win!
hese ladies on the tennis team came out victorious during the annual Ladies Tennis Club Championships (3rd to 6th October 2013). Clare Fong emerged as Champion in the Singles Category and continued her winning streak with her partner Yim Foo Pin in the Doubles Category, where they beat all their opponents to become the winners. Not too far off behind were Leong Shieh Yen and Sin Su-Wen who came in as runner ups.
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Interport game with RBSC
he heavy downpour on the afternoon of 20th October 2013 failed to dampen the spirits of some 45 tennis players from the Royal Bangkok Sports Club (RBSC) and our members. Our visitors from Bangkok were very glad to find that our club has three covered tennis courts so that the games could continue despite the rainy weather. Many were impressed with the design of the covered courts and even urged their committee members to consider building one in RBSC. The official score of the Interport match was 7-3, which was in favour of our club. A number of social matches were also arranged so that there could be better interaction between members of both clubs. After the games, the players came together to have dinner at our Tennis & Squash Complex. Old friends caught up with each other and new friendships were made. islander November 2013 41
Cosmopolitan Squash League
fter a 2 to 3 loss to the Hollandse Club last month, the Club got back on itâ€™s winning streak by chalking up 4-1 wins against the Tanglin Club and the American Club. The team also continued on this winning momentum by beating the Serangoon Gardens Country Club 5-0 to take the lead in the league standings. With midseason fast approaching, weâ€™re hope the team can continue to chalk up more wins.
Raintree Club Jumbo Doubles winners
rom 4 to 6 October, a number of members made the trip up to Kuala Lumpur to take part in the annual Raintree Club Jumbo Doubles Squash Tournament. In the Open category, Patrick Thio and Joannah Yue managed to get into the Semi-finals and in the Veterans Category, Danny Sim and Zainal Abidin combined well to secure the championship. A very hearty congratulations to Danny & Zainal on securing their first championship in the Raintree Club Tournament!
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DanceSchedule Check out the different genre of dances available at the SICC!
Jazz for Ladies by Stefanie Leong 11:30am to 1:00pm, Dance Studio $150 (Member), $170 (Guest) for 8 sessions Dancercise by Betty Low 3:00pm to 4:00pm, Bukit Aerobics Studio $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 8 sessions Salsa – Beginner by Joshua Low 8:00pm to 9:30pm, Island Dance Studio $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 8 sessions Ballroom by Lucy Wang 8:45pm to 9:45pm, Bukit Aerobics Room $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 8 sessions
Ballroom by Gilbert Khoo 11:00am to 12:30pm, Dance Studio $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 7 sessions Foxtrot and Viennese Waltz by Joshua Low 8:30pm to 9:30pm, Island Dance Studio $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 8 sessions
Ballet for Children by Cherie Tan For 3 to 5 years old 2:30pm to 3:30pm, Dance Studio $128 (Member), $148 (Guest) for 8 sessions Dancercise by Betty Low 3:00pm to 4:00pm, Bukit Aerobics Studio $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 8 sessions
Jive 2 by Joshua Low 11:30am to 1:00pm, Island Dance Studio $100 (Member) $120 (Guest) for 6 sessions
Waltz by Joshua Low 7:30pm to 8:30pm, Dance Studio $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 8 sessions Rhumba – Beginner by Joshua Low 8:30pm to 9:30pm, Dance Studio $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 8 sessions
Swing with Calvin 2:00pm to 4:00pm, Island Dance Studio $160 (Member), $180 (Guest) for 8 sessions
Ballroom by Anthony Price Session 1: 2:00pm to 3:00pm, Beginner Latin Session 2: 3:30pm to 4:30pm Island Dance Studio $140 (Member), $160 (Guest) for 8 sessions
Ballroom by Lucy Wang 1:30pm to 2:30pm, Dance Studio $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 8 sessions Ballroom (Latin) by Lucy Wang 2:30pm to 3:30pm, Dance Studio $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 8 sessions Advanced Ballroom by Melvyn Low 3:45pm to 4:45pm, Island Dance Studio $150 (Member), $170 (Guest) for 8 sessions Foxtrot 1 by Joshua Low 5:30pm to 7:00pm, Dance Studio $150 (Member), $170 (Guest) for 8 sessions Beginner Waltz by Joshua Low 7.15pm to 8.15pm, Island Dance Studio $100 (Member), $120 (Guest) for 8 lessons
Dance Practice Night
NEW CLASS ALERT!
Get ready to boogie the night away to your favourite tunes spun by our hot DJ Klason this month.
The annual Christmas ball is back once again and there is no better time to show off your dancing skills on the dance floor. Savour the festive delights from our Christmas spread, dance your heart out to DJ music late into the night and win attractive prizes by dressing up in the Christmas theme.
New dance class by Anthony Price every Saturday.
Date: 6, 20 November and 11 December 2013 Time: 7:30pm Fees: $18 (Member), $25 (Guest) Location: Ballroom 1 & 2
Date: Saturday, 21 December 2013 Time: 7:30pm Venue: Grand Ballroom Price: $65 (Member) $75 (Guest)
Time: 3:30pm to 4:30pm Location: Island Dance Studio
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THE LOVE FOR COOKING COOK with Kirti
ith years of experience in teaching cooking, Kirti will demonstrate how you can make delicious restaurantstyle Indian food quickly and easily in the comfort of your own kitchen. Kirti has been globetrotting since the start of the year, learning cooking secrets from chefs all over the world and is now ready to share them with you. Her recipes have been published in the Straits Times and she has appeared on the popular Indian Zee TV cooking show, Khane Kazana. Through her workshop, you will get insights into the role of herbs and spices in cooking and learn how to modify dishes for vegetarians and eaters with food allergies or intolerances. Easy-tofollow recipes will be given at the workshop and you will be able to sample the dishes after the demo.
DATE: TIME: VENUE: FEE:
Thursday, 14 November 2013 10:30am to 1:30pm Brassie, Bukit Location $45 (Member) / $50 (Guest)
KASHMIRI PRAWNS Fresh prawns cooked in a gourmet creamy curry sauce with exotic herbs, spices, fruits & nuts. COCKTAIL SAMOSAS Homemade flaky samosa pastry is wrapped around a delicious curried potato-&-pea filling to form these crisp, savory, golden and petite cocktail appetizers. MINT CHUTNEY DIPPING SAUCE A cool, delicious, mild & minty relish for the samosas. HOME-STYLE SAMOSA PASTRY WRAPPERS Kirti’s secret recipe for homemade crisp, flaky pastry. FRAGRANT BASMATI RICE WITH CUMIN Long-grain basmati rice infused with cumin.
DATE: TIME: VENUE: COST:
Friday, 29 November 2013 10:30am to 1:30pm Brassie, Bukit Location $45 (Member) / $50 (Guest)
BUTTER CHICKEN Kirti’s signature dish. Boneless pieces of chicken marinated with exotic tandoori spices and cooked in a delicious gourmet sauce.
FRAGRANT LEMONGRASS & GARLIC RICE Heart-friendly rice dish infused with holistic herbs, garlic & lemon grass. PUNJABI DAAL A mouth-watering combo of 3 types of lentils simmered in an aromatic curry and tempered with a medley of herbs & spices. MANGO LASSI Refreshing chilled yoghurt drink made with homemade yoghurt and flavourful mangoes.
For registration and enquiries, please contact Joanne Neo at 62159353 or email email@example.com
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Chef Satish’s All-time popular dishes
ICC’s resident cooking maestro, Chef Satish shares with you his secrets to his all-time popular dishes; • • •
Masala lamb shank with basmati pilaf rice Bhindi chatpati Okra filled with tangy spices and tossed with onion masala
Come, join us and unveil the secrets!
DATE: TIME: VENUE: COST:
Masala Lamb shank
Monday, 25 November 2013 10:30am to 1:30pm Brassie, Bukit Location $45 (Member) / $49 (Guest)
NOVEMBER JACKPOT LUCKY DRAW
ear the Jackpot machine ringing in! Lucky draw coupons will be issued from 1 to 30 Nov 2013. In addition, a $300 F&B voucher will be given for every jackpot strike of $2,000 and above.
1st Prize: $1,228.00 2nd Prize: $728.00 3rd Prize: $538.00
The draw will be held on Monday, 2 December 2013 at the Bukit Jackpot Room at 5.00pm.
Plus! 8 Consolation Prizes of $188 each.
BRIDGE AT THE NIBLICK EVENT
Nancy Yung & Yoshino Naoko
Social Duplicate Bridge Social Bridge
Tan Swan Jeng
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
9:30am to 12:00nn
Sign up for our Annual Christmas Bridge to be held on Saturday, 7 Dec 2013. Call Joanne at 62159353 for registration. Limited to first 60 players only.
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Despicable Science (For 6 to 10 years olds only) DATE: Monday, 9 December 2013 TIME: 9:30am to 12:30pm COST: $36 (Member) / $40 (Guest) VENUE: Spoon room, Bukit location
Breaking news! “A mad scientist has invented a Despicable Disaster Machine which can create disastrous tsunamis, ferocious tornados, and terrible earthquakes. If he is not stopped in time, there will be widespread destruction and casualties.” Time is running out. Can you help Mr Guru and his minions stop the mad scientist? Come join us for this exciting workshop where students will learn about Disaster science (Earth science and Weather science) in a fun and interactive environment.
For registration and enquiries, please contact Joanne Neo at 62159353 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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hristmas is around the corner and there is no better time than now to capture those memories. During this photography lesson, you and your family can take 40 to 45 images. Out of these, 15 of these beautiful memories will be selected, processed and sent to you for you to keep forever!
DATE: TIME: COST:
Saturday, 7 December 2013 10:00am to 6:00pm Depend on the size and requirements
obody likes a bad hairday. It is time to pamper yourself and indulge in the latest Mucota treatment from Japan, which is currently popular in Japan and Korea. It will be the perfect solution for super damaged hair conditions, frizzy hair or split hair ends. Get $30 off your Mucota treatment in the month of November and enjoy that soft and silky hair after your treatment.
Quick Fix Hit-the-Spot Targeted Training Program
his program is designed for super active individuals with busy schedules who expect better results. The Hit-the-Spot Targeted Training Program consists of three 10-minute routines, each targeting a different area. The first regimen enables the participant to build lean and firm leg muscles. The second regimen constitutes a cardio workout that burns fat at a dramatic rate while the third regimen is designed to sculpt.
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Upper body Lower body A.B.T Cardio
• Stretching • Functional or Sport Specific related Program
By Wan and Azmi, Island A-Frame Gym Trainer
A Member doing squats and lifts - moves which will not only target the calves, shoulders and legs but also offer a cardio blast.
A Member doing the functional ladder workout cardio blast
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For registration and enquiries, please contact Azmi Sam or Wan from the Island A-frame Gym at 6431-8277. Walk-in registration can be done as well.
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How VibroGym OR FITvibe Whole Body Vibration Work (WBV) works! By Wan, Island A-Frame Gym Trainer
it vibe or Vibrogym fitness is a form of vibration training that works by transferring vibrations to muscles causing them to contract 30 to 60 times per second. The vibrations also creates a reflex contraction of the muscles that produces higher levels of muscle activation than can be achieved in normal exercise. WBV only takes up only a small amount of space but yet almost any body part can be targeted on the machine by standing, sitting, kneeling, lying, placing your hands on it. It also provides an array of muscle relaxation, massage and circulation building functions. It is highly recommended for Golfers and rehabilitative candidates. Research shows that 15 to 20 minute workouts on the WBV deliver benefits equivalent to one-hour of conventional training and can improve body toning, accelerate fat loss, reduce cellulite, flatten the abdominal, create muscle relaxation, improve circulation and improve flexibility.
What are the Benefits? •
Promotes weight loss, since you explosive strength, muscular endurance
Gives body muscles a 100 percent workout
Increases muscle mass
Increases flexibility and power
Stimulates your metabolism
Improve balance and proprioception
Builds physical strength
Provides effective training without stress on joints
Less injuries prone
What you can achieve? •
Improve muscle strength
Improve balance and coordination
Increase jumping ability
Improves your health: reduce Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) •
Improve recovery rate
Reduce muscle tension
Buddy training at $100/session Per session at $55 30 min session at $35
Accelerate fat loss
Increase testosterone and growth hormone
For registration and enquiries, please contact Wan, our certified Vibrogym Instructor at Island A-Frame Gym at 6431 8277 or Bukit Gym at 6215 9413.
Each session lasts 20 minutes and includes using the machine, floor stretching and massage.
Walk-in registration can be done as well.
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Fast & Furious 6 (PG13) 15 November, Friday - 8:30pm 16 November, Saturday & 17 November, Sunday - 2:30pm, 5:00pm & 8:30pm
Despicable Me 2 (G)
Fast & Furious return for itâ€™s the sixth installment with main crew. Dominic Toretto and Sang are back in action. In exchange for their clean records, Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) agent Luke Hobbs requests them to help him track down a Russian military convoy by former British Special Forces soldier Owen Shaw and his crew. At the same time, Dominic Toretto was informed that his supposedly long-dead former girlfriend, Letty Ortiz is still alive.
8 November, Friday - 8:30pm 9 November, Saturday & 10 November, Sunday - 2:30pm, 5.30pm & 8:30pm Get ready for more Minion madness in Despicable Me 2! Chris Meledandri and his acclaimed filmmaking team create a fun comedy adventure featuring the return of (former?) supervillain Gru (Steve Carell), his adorable girls, the unpredictably hilarious Minions...and a host of new and outrageously funny characters.
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Parental Guidance (PG13) 22 November, Friday - 8:30pm 23 November, Saturday & 24 November, Sunday - 2:30pm, 5:30pm & 8:30pm Old school grandfather Artie, a long time announcer for a baseball team is fired because he does not know how to use new technology. Artie who is accustommed to calling the shots, meets his match when he and his eager-toplease wife Diane agree to babysit their three grandchildren when their parents go away for a work-related vacation. Artie has a tough and yet wonderful experience with his grandchildren and at the same time, he manages to salvage his relationship with his daughter.
Ticket Booking Book your movie tickets on www.sicc.org.sg under eClub or any of our self-service kiosks. Movies are open for booking one week before the first screening of the selected movie, at the following times: • Online/Self-Service Kiosks – from 7:00am • Phone/Walk-In – from 7:30am You may also call 6466 2244 for bookings and enquiries. A noshow charge of $10 applies. Notice of cancellation must be given to the Bukit Receptionist
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World War Z (PG13) 29 November, Friday 6:00pm & 9:00pm* - Last Friday of the month. 30 November, Saturday & 1 December Sunday 2:30pm, 5:30pm & 8:30pm Gerry Lane, a former United Nations investigator was living a peaceful life with his family till the world was hit by a strange epidemic – a mysterious infection that is able to turn the human population into rampaging mindless zombies. After Gerry Lane and his family escaped, he was persuaded to go on a mission to investigate this disease.
at least 24 hours before showtime, failing which $5 will be charged. Please note Children under 12 are not permitted at any evening show unless it is a G/PG-rated show specially catered for them. Patrons are to be seated 10 minutes before showtime. If the seats are not occupied by then, they will be released to Members on the waiting list. Once the show commences, admission is not allowed and free seating is permitted.
Mixed Aerobic & Dance (M) 8:15am to 9:15am; Bukit Aerobics Studio
Taiji Long Sword & Taiji Cudgel (I/A) 7:00am to 9:00am Taiji Quan (I) 9:30am to 11:00am; Open Deck Outside The Eagle
Yogasana (M) 7:30am to 8:30am; Bukit Aerobics Studio
ZUMBA Fitness (M) by Suhaimi 9:30am to 10:30am; Bukit Aerobics Studio Bridge Sessions Practice Session – 9:00am to 1:00pm; Duplicate Bridge – 7:30pm to 11:00pm; The Niblick (Bukit) Club Night 7.00pm to 11.00pm; Island Billiards and Pool Room Taiji Quan (I) 9:00am to 10:30am; Open Deck Outside The Eagle Oil Painting & Chinese Calligraphy by Tan Khim Ser 10:00am to 12:00nn; The Brassie (Bukit) Singing Lessons 10:30am to 12:30pm; Music Room (Island) Jazz for Ladies by Eric 11:30am to 1:00pm; Island Dance Studio Taiji Quan and Taiji Fan (I) 11:30am to 1:00 pm; Bukit Aerobics Studio Dancercise Class by Betty Low 3:00pm to 4:00pm; Bukit Aerobics Studio Infants’ Swimming Lessons 3:30pm to 4:00pm; 6:00pm to 6:30pm; Island Swimming Pool Swimming Lessons 4:00pm to 7:00pm; Island Swimming Pool Hips-Abs-Butt-Thighs (M) 5:30pm to 6:30pm; Bukit Aerobics Studio Junior Development Tennis Programme (Elite Squad) 7:00pm to 9:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Social Dance Class by Joshua Low 8:30pm to 9:30pm; Island Dance Studio Ballroom by Lucy Wang 8:45pm to 9:45pm; Bukit Aerobics Studio
Yogasana (M) 7:30am to 8:30am; Bukit Aerobics Studio Swimming Lessons 8:00am to 10:00am; Island Swimming Pool Pre-Beginners’ & Infants’ Swimming Lessons 9:45am to 10:15am – Bukit Swimming Pool 3:30pm to 4:00pm; 6:00pm to 6:30pm ; Island Swimming Pool
Deep Water Training 8:00am to 9:00am; Island Swimming Pool Swimming Lessons 8:00am to 10:00am; Island Swimming Pool Ladies’ Morning Tennis 9:00am to 12:00nn; Bukit T&S Complex Zumba Fitness(M) by Suhaimi 9:30am to 10:30am; Bukit Aerobics Studio Bridge Sessions (Practice Session) 9:00am to 12:00nn; The Niblick (Bukit)
Bridge Sessions Practice Session – 9:00am to 12:00nn; Duplicate Bridge – 1:00pm to 4:00pm; The Niblick (Bukit)
Pre-Beginners’ & Infants’ Swimming Lessons 9:45am to 10:15am; Bukit Swimming Pool 3:30pm to 4:00pm; 6:00pm to 6:30pm; Island Swimming Pool
Step Aerobics (I/A) 9:30am to 10:30am; Bukit Aerobics Studio
Slimming Yoga (B) 9:30am to 10:30am; A-Frame Aerobic Studio
ZUMBA Fitness (M) by Suhaimi 10:30am to 11:30am; Bukit Aerobics Studio
Chinese Brush Painting by Cham Tau Soon 10:30am to 12:3pm; The Brassie (Bukit)
Ballet for Children by Cherie Tan 2:00pm to 3:00pm; 3:00pm to 4:00pm; Island Dance Studio Ladies’ Singles Bowling League 2:30pm to 4:30pm; Island Bowl Oil Painting & Chinese Calligraphy by Tan Khim Ser 3:00pm to 5:00pm; The Brassie (Bukit) Swimming Lessons 4:00pm to 7:00pm; Island Swimming Pool Tennis Veterans Club Evening 5:00pm to 8:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Squash Club Night 7:00pm to 10:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Men’s Bowling League 7:00pm to 10:30pm; Island Bowl Social Dance Free Practice Night 8:00pm to 10:30pm; Island Dance Studio
Swing by Calvin 11:30am to 1:00pm; Island Dance Studio Men’s Mixed Bowling League 7:00pm to 10:30pm; Island Bowl Mixed Aerobics & Dance (M) 10:45am to 11:45am; Bukit Aerobics Studio Swimming Lessons 4:00pm to 7:00pm; Island Swimming Pool Junior Development Tennis Programme (B/I/A) 6:00pm to 8:00pm; 8:00pm to 10:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Squash Lessons (A) 6:30pm to 8:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Social Dance Free Practice Night
Swimming Lessons 8:00am to 10:00am; Island Swimming Pool
Swimming Lessons 8:00am to 10:00am; Island Swimming Pool
Bridge Sessions (Social Duplicate Bridge) 9:00am to 2:00pm; The Niblick (Bukit)
Pilates 9:00am to 10:00am (I/A); Bukit Aerobics Studio
Taiji Quan (I) 7:30am to 9:00am (I/A); Open Deck Outside The Eagle 10:00am to 11:30am (I); A-Frame Aerobics Studio
Open Air Yoga (B) 9:00am to 10:00am; Island Poolside
Social Dance Class by Joshua Low 11:30am to 1:00pm; Island Dance Studio
Pilates 9:00am to 10:00am (I & A); 10:05am to 11:05am (B); Bukit Aerobics Studio
Infants’ Swimming Lessons 3:30pm to 4:00pm; 6:00pm to 6:30pm; Island Swimming Pool
Yoga Therapy(M) 9:30am to 10:30am; A-Frame Aerobics Studio
Swimming Lessons 4:00pm to 7:00pm; Island Swimming Pool
Chinese Brush Painting by Lee Peng Koon 10:00am to 12:00nn; The Brassie (Bukit)
Squash Club Night 7:00pm to 10:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex
Infants’ Swimming Lessons 3:30pm to 4:00pm; 6:00pm to 6:30pm; Island Swimming Pool Swimming Lessons 4:00pm to 7:00pm; Island Swimming Pool Squash Club Night 7:00pm to 10:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Tennis Club Night 7:00pm to 10:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Social Dance Class by Joshua Low 8:30pm to 9:30pm; Island Dance Studio
Tennis Club Night 7:00pm to 10:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Bridge Sessions (Duplicate Bridge) 7:30pm to 11:00pm; The Niblick (Bukit) Taiji Quan (B) 9:00am to 10:00am; New Club House @ Open Deck Taiji Simplified 24-Movements 9:00 am to 10:30 am; Open Deck Outside The Eagle Retro by Eric 3:00pm to 4:30pm; Island Dance Studio Social Dance Class by Joshua Low 8:00pm to 10:00pm; Island Dance Studio
aquaDucks Pre-Beginners Swimming 2:00pm to 6:15pm (half hourly); Bukit Swimming Pool Squash Club Afternoon 3:00pm to 7:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Swimming Lessons 4:00pm to 7:00pm; Island Swimming Pool Tennis Club Afternoon 4:00pm to 8:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Taekwondo (M) 5:00pm to 6:00pm – Beginners; 6:00pm to 7:00pm – Intermediate; 7:00pm to 8:00pm – Advance; A-Frame Aerobics Studio Junior Singles Bowling League 5:00pm to 6:30pm; Island Bowl
Sunday Junior Development Tennis Programme 8:00am to 12:00nn; Bukit T&S Complex Ballroom Dance by Lucy Wang 1:30pm to 2:30pm; Island Dance Studio
Ballroom by Gilbert Khoo 11:00am to 12:30pm; Island Dance Studio
Zumba Fitness(M) by Melvyn 12:45pm to 1:45pm; Bukit Aerobics Studio
Swimming Lessons 8:00am to 10:00am; Island Swimming Pool aquaDucks Infant Swimming From 9:00am to 12:00pm (half hourly); Bukit Swimming Pool PeeWee Tennis 9:00am to 10:30am; 10:30am to 12:00nn; Bukit T&S Complex
Aikido (M) 2:30pm to 3:30pm – Kids; 2:30pm to 3:45pm – Adults; A-Frame Aerobics Studio Ballroom (Latin) by Lucy Wang 2:30pm to 3:30pm; Island Dance Studio Karate (M) 4:00pm to 5:00pm – Kids; 5:00pm to 6:00pm – Adults; Bukit Aerobics Studio Squash Club Afternoon 3:00pm to 7:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex Tennis Club Afternoon 4:00pm to 8:00pm; Bukit T&S Complex
Bridge Sessions (Social Bridge) 9:00am to 2:00pm; The Niblick (Bukit)
Advanced Ballroom by Melvyn Low 3:45pm to 4:45pm; Island Dance Studio
Infants’ Swimming Lessons 9:45am to 10:15am – Island Swimming Pool 3:30pm to 6:00pm (half hourly)– Island Swimming Pool
Social Dance Class by Joshua Low 5:30pm to 7:00pm; Island Dance Studio Sing-a-long Karaoke 7:00pm onwards; Bukit Bar
Japanese Intermediate Level II 10:30am to 12:00nn; Bukit T&S Meeting Rm Muay Thai (M) 10:00am to 11:30am; Bukit Aerobics Studio Pilates (B) 11:30am to 12:30pm; Bukit Aerobics Studio Aikido 2:15pm to 3:15pm – Kids; 2:15pm to 3:30pm – Adults; Bukit Aerobics Studio
For registration and enquiries, please contact the respective departments found in the Club Directory on the following page.
(B) – Beginners; (I) – Intermediate; (A) – Advanced; (M) – Multi-level
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Members are required to produce their passports as well as membership cards together with an Introduction / Handicap card when visiting reciprocal and affiliated clubs. Introduction / Handicap cards are available at the golfing offices of both locations. Some reciprocal clubs may require advance notice of your visit or green fees may be payable. For more information on club reciprocity, please call 6215 9369 (Bukit) or 6431 8370 (Island). AUSTRALIA The Australian Golf Club R 53 Bannerman Crescent, Rosebery, NSW 2018. Tel: (612) 9662 2484 Fax: (612) 9662 6096 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.australiagolfclub.com (No credit card facilities available; Only cash is accepted) Manly Golf Club R 38-40 Balgowlah Road, Manly, NSW 2095. Tel: (612) 9948 0256 Fax: (612) 8350 3274 e-mail: denise.Darby@manlygolf.com.au website: www.manlygolf.com.au Glenelg Golf Club (Inc.) R James Melrose Rd, Novar Gardens, SA 5040. Tel: (618) 8295 3793 Fax: (618) 8294 8894 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: glenelggolf.com Royal Adelaide Golf Club Inc. R 328 Tapleys Hill Road, Seaton, SA 5023. Tel: (618) 8356 8508 Fax: (618) 8235 1064 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.royaladelaidegolf.com.au Huntingdale Golf Club R Windsor Avenue, South Oakleigh, Melbourne VIC 3167. Tel: (613) 9579 4622 Fax: (613) 9579 3280 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com website: www.huntingdalegolf.com.au Peninsula Country Club R Skye Road, Frankston, VIC 3199. Tel: (613) 9789 2244 Fax: (613) 9789 2200 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.peninsulagolf.com.au Indooroopilly Golf Club R Meiers Road, Indooroopilly. QLD 4068. Tel: (617) 3721 2122 Fax: (617) 3870 5013 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.indooroopillygolf.com.au Lake Karrinyup Country Club R North Beach Road, Karrinyup, WA 6018. Tel: (618) 9422 8222 Fax: (618) 9422 8282 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com website: www.lakekarrinyupcc.com.au Royal Perth Golf Club R Labouchere Road, South Perth, WA, 6151. Tel: (618) 9367 1059 Fax: (618) 9367 5219 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.rpgc.com.au Royal Canberra Golf Club R Bentham Street,Yarralumla, Canberra 2600. Tel: (612) 6282 7000 Fax: (612) 6285 2742 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.royalcanberra.com.au Royal Hobart Golf Club R 20 Regal Court, Seven Mile Beach Road, Hobart, Tasmania 7170 Tel: (613) 6248 6161 Fax: (613) 6248 1224 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.rhgc.com.au Royal Fremantle Golf Club A 359 High Street, Fremantle, WA 6160. Tel: (618) 9335 3866/7/3696 Fax: (618) 9335 1578 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.royalfremantlegc.com.au Pro-shop Tel: (618) 9335 3696 Cambodia Grand Phnom Penh Golf Club A Grand Phnom Penh International City Street 598, Phum Khmuonh, Sangkat Khmuonh, Khan Sen Sok, Phnom Penh Capital, Kingdom of Cambodia Tel: (+855) 23 6900 777 Fax: (+855) 23 997 883 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.grandphnompenhgolf.com CHINA Chung Shan Hot Spring Golf Club R Sanxiang Commune, Zhongshan City, Guangdong Province, 528463, China Tel: (86) 760 8669 0055/0108/760 8668 3888 Fax: (86) 760 8668 3990 Hongkong Office: Rm. 1403, 14/F, Tower 1, New World Tower, 18 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong Tel: (852) 2521 0377 Fax: (852) 2868 4642 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.cshsgc.com.cn Enhance Anting Golf Club R 6555, Bo Yuan Road, Jia Ding District, Shanghai PRC, 201804. Tel: 86 21 61401055 Fax: 86 21 61401099 e-mail: Diederik.Brinkman@ihg.com
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website: www.enhancegolf.com Guangzhou Dragon Lake Golf Club A Dragon Lake Village, Huadong Town, Huadu District Guangzhou, China 510897. Tel: 86 20 3690 9098 Fax: 86 20 3690 9788 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.dragonlakegolf.com.cn HONG KONG Hong Kong Golf Club R Fanling Lot No. 1 Fan Kam Road, Sheung Shui, N.T. , Hong Kong. Tel: (852) 2670 1211 Fax: (852) 2679 5183 19 Island Road, Deepwater Bay, Hong Kong. Tel: (852)2812 7070 (Deep Water Bay) Fax: (852) 2812 7111 (Deep Water Bay) e-mail: email@example.com (Golf) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Accommodation) e-mail: email@example.com website: www.hkgolfclub.org INDONESIA Finna Golf & Country Club Resort A Jl. Raya Barsari, Prigen, Pasuruan 67157, East Java, Indonesia Tel +62 343 634888 Fax +62 343 632156 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.finnagolf.com Jakarta Golf Club R Rawamangun Muka Raya, No. 1, JI Jakarta 13220, Indonesia. Tel: (62) 21 475 4732 Fax: (62) 21 475 4740 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.jakartagolfclub.org Pondok Indah Golf & Country Club R Jalan Metro Pondok Indah, Kebayoran Baru Selatan, Jakarta Selatan. Tel: (62) 21 769 4906 Fax: (62) 21 769 8966 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.golfpondokindah.com Damai Indah Golf & Country Club R BSD Course JI. Bukit Golf I, Sektor VI Serpong, Tangerang 15310, Indonesia Tel: (62-21) 537 0290 Fax: (62-21) 537 0288 PIK Course Marina Indah, Penjaringan, Kapuk, Jakarta 14470, Indonesia Tel: (62-21) 588 2388/537 0285 Fax: (62-21) 537 0282 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.damaiindahgolf.com Rancamaya Golf & Country Club A Jl. Rancamaya Utama Ciawi - Bogor 16720, Indonesia Tel (62) 251 8242 282 Fax (62) 251 8242 283 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.rancamayaestate.com INDIA Delhi Golf Club R Dr Zakir Hussain Road, New Delhi 110003. Tel: (91) 11 2430 7100 Fax: (91)11 2436 5104 email: email@example.com website: www.delhigolfclub.org Royal Calcutta Golf Club A 18 Golf Club Road, Tollygunge, Kolkata 700 033, West Bengal, India. Tel: (91)-332473 1352/1288 Fax: (91) 33 2473 3315 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / website: www.rcgc.in JAPAN Teihoo Country Club R 8 Teihoo-Cho, Toyota-shi, Aichi-ken 471. Tel: (81) 565 311 601 Fax: (81) 565 992 900 Website: www.teiho.com The Three Hundred Club R 441 Amanuma, Chigsaki-shi City, Kanagawa-ken, Japan. Tel: (81) 467 530 300 Fax: (81) 467 530 109 Biwako Country Club R 513 Misono, Ritto-Shi, Shiga Prefecture 520 - 3005, Japan Tel: 077 558 0121 Fax: 077 558 2637 Email: email@example.com Website: www.biwakocc.com KOREA Anyang Country Club R 1 Bugok-Dong, Gunpo-Si, Gyeonggi-do Korea, 435737 Tel: (82) 31 460 3332 Fax: (82) 31 460 3310 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.golfsamsung.com Haevichi Country Club (Jeju location) R Haevichi Hotel & Resort Jeju 40 – 69 Pyoseon-ri Pyoseon-myeon Seogwiposi, Jeju Special Self Governing Province, South Korea Tel: (82) 64 780 8000 Fax: (82) 64 780 8115 e-mail: email@example.com
website: www.haevichicc.com Haevichi Country Club (Seoul location) R Haevichi Country Club San 111-1 Chasan-ri, Hwado-eup, Namyangju-si, Gyeonggi-do 472-847 Namyangju, South Korea Tel: (82) 31 579 3017 Fax: (82) 31 579 3009 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.haevichicc.com Pinx Golf Club R San 62-3 Sangcheon-Ri Andeok-Myeon, Seogwi-si, Jeju Special Self-governing Province, South Korea. Tel: +82 64 792 5200 Fax: +82 64 792 4901 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.thepinx.co.kr Seoul & Hanyang Country Club R San 38-23 Wondang-Dong, Duckyang-Gu, Goyang City, Kyounggi-Do, Korea 412030. Tel: (82) 31 969 0810 Fax: (82) 31 964 6900 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org MALAYSIA Ayer Keroh Country Club R Jalan Ayer Keroh, Malacca 75750, Malaysia Tel: (06) 233 2000/1 (General Line) Ext. 127 (Inquiry)/105 (Sports Executive) Fax: (06) 233 2007 (Admin Office) (06) 232 3578 (Golf & Sports) e-mail: email@example.com website: www.akcc.com.my Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club R 10 Jalan 1/70D Off Jalan Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel: 603 2093 1111 Fax: 603 2093 3393 email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.klgcc.com Royal Perak Golf Club R Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, 31400 Ipoh, Perak Darul Ridzuan. Tel: (05) 547 3266 Fax: (05) 546 2563 email: email@example.com website: www.royalperak.com.my Sarawak Golf Club R Petra Jaya, 93050 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. Tel: 02 6082 440966, 443398, 444791 Fax: 02 6082 311935 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.kgswak.com Royal Selangor Golf Club R Jalan Kelab Golf off Jalan Tun Razak, 55000, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel: (03) 9280 4245 Fax: (03) 9282 3370 e-mail: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.rsgc.com.my Seremban International Golf Club R 3¼ Mile, Jalan Kuala Pilah, 70400 Seremban, Negri Sembilan, Darul Khusus, Malaysia Tel: (06) 677 5787 Fax: (06) 677 2309 email: email@example.com Kelab Golf Negara Subang R Jalan SS 7/2, Kelana Jaya 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. Tel: (03) 7876 0388 Fax: (03) 7874 9796 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.subanggolf.com NEW ZEALAND Auckland Golf Club R 30 Hospital Road, Otahuhu, Auckland, New Zealand, Tel: (64) 9276 3722/9145 Fax: (64) 9276 1529 e-mail: email@example.com Website: aucklandgolfclub.co.nz Christchurch Golf Club R 45 Horseshoe Lake Road, Shirley, Christchurch 8061, NZ. Tel: (64) 385 9506 Fax: (64) 385 4892 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.christchurchgolf.co.nz Hutt Golf Club R Renamed as Boulcotts Farm Golf Club Boulcott’s Farm 2010, Military Road, Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand. Tel: (64) 567 4722 Fax: (64) 4 567 4260 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.huttgolfclub.co.nz Royal Wellington Golf Club R 28 Golf Road, Heretaunga,Upper Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand. Tel: (64) 4528 4590 Fax: (64) 4528 2008 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.rwgc.co.nz PHILIPPINES Baguio Country Club A Country Club Road, Baguio City. Philippines. Tel: 632 746192050 Fax: 632 744427674 e-mail: email@example.com Website: www.bcc.com.ph Valley Golf Club A Don Celso Tuason Avenue, Antipolo, Rizal Manila. Tel: (63) 2 6584901/2/3 Fax: (63) 2658 4919 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: www.valleygolf.com.ph Wack Wack Golf & Country Club R Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila. Tel: (63) 2723 8558 Fax: (63) 2721 4613 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.wackwack.com TAIWAN Taiwan Golf & Country Club R No. 32 Lane 6, Section 1, Chung Cheng Road, Tamsui, Taipei, Taiwan. Tel: (886) 226 212 211 #52 Fax: (886) 226 283 143 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.golf.net.tw THAILAND Amata Spring Country Club A Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate, 700/3-9 Moo 6 T. Nongmaidaeng, A. Muang, Chonburi 20000 Thailand. Tel: +66 (0)38 468 888 Fax: +66 (0)38 468 808 e-mail: email@example.com Website: www.amataspring.co.th Banyan Golf Club A 101 Moo 9, Tab Tai, Hua Hin Prachuabkirikhan 77110, Thailand. Tel: +66 (0) 32 616 200 Fax: +66 (0) 32 616 222 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.banyanthailand.com Loch Palm Golf Club A 38 Moo 5 Vichitsongkram Rd., Kathu District, Phuket 83120, Thailand Tel: 66 76 321 929 - 34 Fax: 66 76 321 928 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.lochpalm.com Red Mountain Golf Club A 119 Moo 4 Vichitsongkram Rd.,Kathu District, Phuket 83120, Thailand. Tel: +66 (0)76 321 929/1201 Fax: +66 (0)76 322 009 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.redmountainphuket.com Riverdale Golf and Country Club A 123/5 Moo1 Tiwanon Road, Bang Kadi Sub District, Muang Pathum Thani District, Pathum Thani 1200, Bangkok, Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2501 2789 Fax: +66 (0) 2501 1833 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.riverdalegolfclub.co.th The Royal Bangkok Sports Club R 1 Henri Dunant Street, Pathumwan, Bangkok,10330, Thailand Tel: (662) 652 5000 Fax: (662) 255 4158 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.rbsc.org UNITED KINGDOM Royal North Devon Golf Club R Golf Links Road, Westward Ho, Devon EX39-1 HD, England. Tel: (44) 1237 473 817 Fax: (44) 1237 423 456 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.royalnorthdevongolfclub.co.uk Royal Wimbledon Golf Club A 29 Camp Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19-4UW. United Kingdom, Tel: (44) 208 946 2125 Fax: (44) 208 944 8652 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com website: www.rwgc.co.uk Saunton Golf Club R Saunton, NR, Braunton, Devon EX33 1LG. Tel: (44) 1271 816778 Fax: (44) 1271 814241 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.sauntongolf.co.uk Woodsome Hall Golf Club R Woodsome Hall, Woodsome Road, Fenay Bridge, Huddesfeild, HD8 OLQ. Tel: (44)1484 602 971/034/739 Fax: (44) 1484 608 260 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.woodsome.co.uk VIETNAM Ocean Dunes Golf Club A 1 Ton Duc Thang Street, Phan Thiet, Vietnam. Tel: +84 62 382 3366/1995 Fax: +84 62 382 1511 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.oceandunesgolf.vn Vietnam Golf & Country Club R The Club house Long Thanh My Ward District 9 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Tel: +848 6280 0125 Email: email@example.com Website: www.vietnamgolfcc.com Dalat Palace Golf Club A 12 Tran Phu Street, Dalat City, Vietnam Tel: 84 63 382 5444 Fax: 84 63 382 5666 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.dalatresorts.com
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Bukit Location Main Reception 6466 2244 Golf Assistant Manager Golf Operations Kimberley Lee (6215 9367) Golfing Office/Time Sheet Booking 6215 9370/1 Caddie Booking Office 6215 9373 6:30am to 7:00pm daily Bukit Course Opening Hrs 7:00am to 7:00pm daily; Closed on Mondays & Fridays from 6:30am to 12:00nn for maintenance Sime Course Opening Hrs 6:30am to 7:00pm daily; Either first or back nine will be closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30am to 12:00nn for maintenance Driving Range Opening Hrs 6:30am to 10:30pm daily (Last sale of balls at 10:00pm); Closed on Wednesdays and Fridays from 6:30am to 12:00nn for maintenance Open on PH Bukit Pro Shop 6215 9443 Opening Hrs 7:00am to 10:00pm daily Located at Bukit Driving Range Managed by Transview Golf Pte Ltd
FOOD & BEVERAGE F&B Office - 6215 9363 (Carmela) F&B Operations Manager - 6215 9415 (Allen Chang) Bukit Room 6215 9425/6 (Restaurant closed on Tuesdays except eve of PH & PH) Restaurant Manager - Sally Ng Lunch 11:30am to 2:30pm daily Dress Code: Casual (Round-neck shirt and bermudas allowed for men) Dinner 6:30pm to 10:30pm daily except 6:30pm to 11:00pm (Fri, Sat & eve of PH) Dress Code: Smart Casual - Collared T-shirt/shirt with long trousers and covered shoes (Shorts, slippers and flip flops are NOT allowed) Windows•on•Bukit For Private Event Booking, please contact F&B Executive Kim at 6431 8401. Bukit 19th Hole 6215 9437 Restaurant Manager - William Tay Opening Hrs 6:30am to 10:00pm daily Last order at 9:30pm; Closed at 10:00pm Dress Code: Casual (Sleeveless t-shirt, singlets, bike shorts, jogging shorts, flip flops, leotards and tights are NOT allowed) Bukit Café 6215 9439 Restaurant Manager - William Tay (Indian kitchen closed on Mondays) Opening Hrs 11:00am to 10:00pm (Mon to Fri) 8:00am to 10:00pm (Sat, Sun & PH) Last order at 9:30pm; Closed at 10:00pm Dress Code: Casual (Sleeveless T-shirt, singlets, bike shorts, jogging shorts, flip flops, leotards and tights are NOT allowed) Bukit Bar 6215 9393 Restaurant Manager - William Tay Opening Hrs 3:00pm to 12:00mn (Sun to Thu); 3:00pm to 1:00am (Fri, Sat & Eve of PH) Dress Code: Casual (Sleeveless T-shirt, singlets, bike shorts, jogging shorts, flip flops, leotards and tights are NOT allowed)
Bukit Swimming Pool Café 6215 9433 F&B Operations Manager - Allen Chang Opening Hrs 8:00am to 8:00pm (Mon to Thu) Last order – 7:30pm 8:00am to 9:00pm (Fri, Sat & Sun) Last order – 8:30pm
Island Location Main Reception 6459 2222 Golf Assistant Manager Golf Operations Jimmy Wee (6431 8368) Golfing Office/Time Sheet Booking 6431 8371/2 (6:30am to 7:00pm daily)
Gourmet@Bukit 6215 9439 Opening Hrs 9:00am to 9:30pm (Mon to Sun) (After 9:00pm - 40% discount on selected items only) Main Clubhouse Men’s & Ladies’ Changing Room Opening Hrs 6:30am to 10:00pm daily BSP Men’s & Ladies’ Changing Room Opening Hrs - 11:00am to 10:00pm (Mon); 7:00am to 10:00pm (Tue to Sun & PH)
LIFESTYLE Senior Lifestyle Executive - Joanne Neo (6215 9353) Lifestyle Centre 6215 9436 Opening Hrs - 9:00am to 9:30pm daily Bukit Gymnasium 6215 9413 Opening Hrs 6:30am to 9:30pm (Mon, Wed & Fri); 7:00am to 9:30pm (Tue & Thu); 7:00am to 9:00pm (Sat, Sun, Eve of PH & PH) Bukit Theatrette 6466 2244 Movie Show Times 8:30pm (Friday, Principal & Spouse Member – one guest each) 2:30pm, 5:30pm & 8:30pm (Sat & Sun, Members only) Bridge@the Niblick 6215 9428 Located at Bukit New Clubhouse Hairdressing Salon (Unisex) 6215 9399 Located at Bukit New Clubhouse Opening Hrs 10:00am to 7:00pm daily including PH Stress Ease Sanctuary Massage and Foot Reflexology (Men) 6215 9395 Massage and Foot Reflexology (Ladies) 6215 9394 Opening Hrs 11:00am to 8:00pm daily Bukit Jackpot Room 6215 9403 Located at Bukit New Clubhouse (No admission to persons under 18 years old) Jackpot Executive - Steven Goo Opening Hrs 9:00am to 11:00pm daily
Swimming Bukit Swimming Pool Complex 6215 9407 Opening Hrs 11:00am to 10:00pm (Mon) 7:00am to 10:00pm (Tue to Sun and PH)
Tennis & Squash Bukit Tennis & Squash Complex 6215 9409 Asst Sports Manager - Steven Ng (6215 9408) Booking Office - 9:00am to 9:00pm daily Opening Hrs - 7:00am to 10:00pm daily
Island Course Starter - 6431 8375 Opening Hrs 6:30am to 7:00pm daily; One nine is closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30am to 12:00nn for maintenance New Course Opening Hrs 7:00am to 7:00pm daily; Closed on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 6:30am to 12:00nn for maintenance Millennium Course Starter - 6459 7768 Opening Hrs 6:30am to 7:00pm daily; Closed on Thursdays from 6:30am to 12:00nn for maintenance Driving Range Opening Hrs 6:30am to 10:30pm daily (Last sale of balls at 10:00pm); Closed on Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30am to 12:00nn for maintenance Island Pro Shop Opening Hrs - 7:00am to 10:30pm daily Island Driving Range 6684 5981 Main Club House @ Level 2 Golf Reception 6570 2998 Managed by Pan-West (Private) Limited
FOOD & BEVERAGE F&B Office - 6431 8416 (Margaret Pang) F&B Manager - 6431 8418 (Johnny Wong) Events Manager - 6431 8417 (Zat) Banquet Sales Office Snr Banquet & Sales Manager - 6431 8429 (Joanne Lee) Banquet Operations Manager - 6431 8430 (Bibin Bobby) Banquet Sales Exec - 6431 8432 (Jenny Chong) Banquet Sales Exec - 6431 8401 (Lee Hong Kim) The Eagle 6431 8423 Restaurant Manager - Rajendaran Daily: 11:30am to 3:00pm 6:00pm to 10:00pm Dress Code: Casual (Sleeveless T-shirt, singlets, bike shorts, jogging shorts, flip flops, leotards and tights are NOT allowed) The Lookout 6431 8422 Restaurant Manager - Rajendaran Opening Hrs 6:30am to 10:00pm daily Dress Code: Casual (Sleeveless T-shirt, singlets, bike shorts, jogging shorts, flip flops, leotards and tights are NOT allowed)
Silk 6431 8426 (Restaurant closed on Mondays except eve of PH & PH) Restaurant Manager - Vincent Wong Lunch 11:30am to 2:30pm (Tue to Fri) 11:00am to 2:30pm (Sat, Sun & PH) Dress Code: Casual (Round-neck shirt and bermudas allowed for men) Dinner 6:00pm to 10:00pm Dress Code: Smart Casual - Collared T-shirt/shirt with long trousers and covered shoes (Shorts, slippers and flip flops are NOT allowed) Island Swimming Pool Café 6431 8433 Restaurant Manager - Rajendaran Opening Hrs 10:00am to 9:00pm (Mon to Fri) 8:00am to 9:00pm (Sat, Sun & PH) Island Bowl Snack Bar 6431 8428 Restaurant Manager - Rajendaran Opening Hrs 12:00nn to 11.00pm (Mon to Fri) 11:00am to 11.00pm (Sat, Sun & PH) Last order of food is 8.30pm and beverages is 10.30pm Dress Code: Casual (Sleeveless T-shirt, singlets, bike shorts, jogging shorts, flip flops, leotards and tights are NOT allowed) Island Clubhouse Men’s Changing Room Opening Hrs - 6:00am to 9:00pm daily Island Clubhouse Ladies’ Changing Room Opening Hrs - 6:30am to 9:00pm daily ISP Men’s & Ladies’ Changing Room Opening Hrs - 7:00am to 10:00pm daily
LIFESTYLE Island Gymnasium 6431 8277 Opening Hrs - 7:00am to 9:00pm daily Island Billiards and Pool Room Billiards Marker - Tan Kok Thye (6431 8393) Opening Hrs 3:00pm to 11:00pm (Mon to Fri); 10:00am to 11:00pm (Weekends & PH) Island Jackpot Room 6431 8403 Located at the new Island Clubhouse (No admission to persons under 18 years old) Jackpot Supervisor - Derrick Lim Opening Hrs 9:00am to 11:00pm daily
MEMBERSHIP Membership Admin Office 6431 8334/6/7 Located at the new Island Clubhouse Opening Hrs 8:00am to 5.30pm (Weekdays)
Bowling Island Bowl 6431 8402 Senior Sports Executive Gary William Phua (6431 8412) Opening Hrs 12:00nn to 12:00mn (Weekdays); 10:00am to 12mn (Sat); 9:00am to 12:00mn (Sun & PH)
Swimming Island Swimming Pool 6431 8408 Swimming Exeative - Aaron Tan 6431 8427 Towel Counter - 6431 8407 Opening Hrs 7:00am to 10:00pm daily
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