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KELAB GOLF NEGARA SUBANG

Jalan SS 7/2, Kelana Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya P.O. Box 151, 46710 Petaling Jaya Selangor Darul Ehsan Tel: 03-7876 0388 General Fax: 03-7875 5267 Golf Dept. Fax: 03-7874 9796 Email: kgns@tm.net.my Website: www.subanggolf.com

Contents January - March 2009

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Let’s Hear From You!

Have a good suggestion or a story to tell? If you do, please write to the Editor at Berita Subang. The best two letters published in each issue will earn a RM50 voucher from the Reflexology Centre. To be a winner, you must include your name, membership and phone number with your submission. If you do not want us to print your name, please provide a pseudonym. We may edit your letter for length and clarity.

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Love Thy Course Rules of Golf Playing a Provisional Ball Captain’s Note KGNS Sub-Committee Introduction Night Course & Grounds Update on Irrigation Project at Putra Buggies Overtaking on Putra Course - Dos and Don’ts Club Updates Open Day Carnival 2009 New Faces in KGNS Social Bye-Laws Governing Karaoke Members’ Night Gong Xi Fa Cai Mandarin Classes KGNS’ Bit for Earth Hour Computer Class Golf Diary Recreation Line Dancing Table-Tennis Questionnaire Regarding Improvement Plans for KGNS’s Library Golf News Hole-In-One Achievers Competitions & Results Obituary Club Directory & Facilities Affiliated / Reciprocal Clubs F&B Promotions What’s New in F&B ... Daily Delights at Golfers’ Terrace Hawkers’ Fair Italiano’s Pizza & Pasta @ New Extension Happenings @ Bilik Buaya - X’mas Eve Dinner - The Glenlivet Promotion

KGNS - Best Private Members’ Club

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Love Thy Course

Kelana Course Sultan’s Nine Hole No. 11 154 metres (par-3) Blue 154 : metres White 129 : metres Red 105 : metres Index 18 :

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asiest of the short holes but not a push over. This deceiving hole is protected by tall trees and a fence on the right. Its front-right is guarded by a small bunker which is not as close to the green as it looks from the tee. And, the mildly tiered back-to-front sloping large green tends to funnel golf balls into the second bunker that rests partially hidden to the back left.

Rules of golf

Playing a Provisional Ball

Situation 1: One ball is found in a water hazard and the other ball is lost. Solution: The ball which was found must be presumed to be the provisional ball. Situation 2: One ball is found in a water hazard and the other is found in the rough. Solution: You must return to the tee and play another ball. You would be playing 3.

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A provisional ball is a ball played under Rule 27-2 (to save time) for a ball that may be lost outside a water hazard or may be out of bounds. You are allowed to play a provisional ball until you reach the position where your original ball is likely to be. When the original ball is found (which is not out of bounds), you must abandon the provisional ball and continue to play with the original ball. If you have played a provisional ball from the tee and it also went into the same area as your original ball; you then realise both balls have the same markings and you cannot distinguish between them, here are the answers to that (Decision 27/11):

Situation 3: Both balls are found in bounds and (i) both balls are playable, (ii) one ball is playable and the other unplayable, (iii) both balls are unplayable. Solution: If you do not know which one is the original ball and which one is the provisional, accordingly, you must select one of the balls, and treat it as your provisional ball and abandon the other.

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Captain’s Note

Dato’ M. Harris Kudus

We Can Face The Challenges Ahead

We are well into the first quarter of 2009, going through a very tough period as global economic conditions take hold and, without exception, there are certainly affecting Malaysia as a whole. In these trying times our Club has to be very prudent in its financial management, which may affect our membership transferability scheme. Our management must ensure that all systems and procedures are strictly adhered to and embark on cost-saving measures. The Management Committee has taken many steps to ensure that our Club will continue to be managed efficiently. All capital expenditure and future projects are to be scrutinized and implemented accordingly. In this respect, I am pleased to report that the three irrigation ponds project at the Putra Course

Extraordinary General Meeting. Alternatively, it could be tabled at the Annual General Meeting of the Club which is scheduled on 21st June 2009. In the meantime, please be assured that to-date there is no change in the Club’s status and we are in full control. The Management Committee is always concerned with the

have been completed on time with no extra costs to the Club! The final accounts are being prepared and will be soon posted on the Notice Board in front of the reception area. The Management Committee wishes to inform members that the Perbadanan Padang Golf Subang (PPGS), a corporation under the Ministry of Youth & Sports Malaysia, has written to the Club wanting us to continue discussing the status of the Club. They are still saying that certain positions in the Management Committee shall be their nominees. We have informed PPGS that any requests made would have to be agreed on and approved by our members and this would only be possible by holding an

implementation of Club Bye-Laws, especially on dress code while on the Club’s premises. It is hoped that members give their full cooperation and advise their family and guests to be properly attired, especially at the Golfers’ Terrace. Please do not come to the Club in singlets, sleeveless T-shirts for men, slippers/clogs and shorts. Currently the Club allows buggies to go onto the fairways (on the side of the track) when overtaking which, however, has caused damage to the turf. As such, we are appealing to buggy users to overtake by using only the rough areas, either right or left of the track, whichever is applicable, instead of driving over turf. Your co-operation in caring for the course is gratefully appreciated.

Management Committee 08/09 PRESIDENT Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Megat Najmuddin Megat Khas Membership VICE-PRESIDENT Prof. Dr. Jalani Sukaimi Discipline CAPTAIN Dato’ M. Harris Kudus B. M. Yunus Golf Competitions Rules / Handicapping / Club Team COURSE & GROUNDS Lau Ang Khim FINANCE Pattis Naidu

BUGGIES/CADDIES/DRIVING RANGE/ JUNIOR PROGRAMME Dr. Ronnie Yeo FOOD & BEVERAGE S. Kuldip Seine HOUSE / MAINTENANCE Md. Noor Ayob SOCIAL P. J. Murray ADMINISTRATION Ahmad Jamil Hashim RECREATION Dato’ Ir. Abdahir Abdul Majid LADIES GOLF CAPTAIN Viji Anantharajah

EDITORIAL BOARD Dato’ M. Harris Kudus (Captain/Chairman) Chandra Perumal Bernard Yong Janet Lee Sharifah Khatijah

Club Officials GENERAL MANAGER M. Johan Abdullah DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER Alice Foong ADMINISTRATION MANAGER Wan Suhaila Bt. Wan Shamsulbahrin FINANCE MANAGER Esther Khoo GOLF MANAGER K.R. Devindran COURSE SUPERINTENDENT Shamsul Bahrin MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT Azaman Razuki IT MANAGER Irene Tan F&B MANAGER M. Fadhil Abdullah GOLF EXECUTIVE Aaron Chiew CORPORATE AFFAIRS EXECUTIVE Tengku Emy Zarina SOCIAL / RECREATION EXECUTIVE Pamela Looi

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Club Updates

KGNS Sub-Committees Recreation

Terms of Reference

Dato’ Ir Abdahir Abd. Majid CHAIRMAN

Dato’ Hj Zakaria Hashim

Tuan Syed Alwi Al Junid

Low Ai Yun

Sanmugam Ponmugam

Roland Fung

Elise Hong

1. Operational Systems & Procedures adequate documentation, review and, where applicable, dissemination. 2. Preparation on annual budget and control thereof. 3. Regulate related by-laws. 4. Organize and conduct all recreational activities, including indoor and outdoors activities, for members and their families. 5. Gymnasium - ensure facilities and equipment are adequate and in good order at all times. 6. Library - regulate use and ensure adequate and up-to-date reading materials are available. 7. Regulate fees and conditions of use of all recreational facilities.

Disciplinary Terms of Reference

To deal with any complaint concerning the conduct of any member that may constitute an Infringement of the Articles, rules or Bye-Laws of the Club, in accordance with the Bye-Laws Governing Discipline Procedures.

Preliminary Investigation Panel

Prof Dr. Jalani Sukaimi Dato’ Mohd Yusof Mohd Said CHAIRMAN

Datuk Yaacob Mohd Amin

K. Surendran CHAIRMAN

Dr. T. Thurairatnam

Francis Ooi Kean Hin

K. Puspalingam

Tuan Hj. Mohd Sofian YA (B) Ong See Seng

Lau Chee Hong

Ruban Chelliah

Surjit Singh

Tuan Hj. Muhd Zain

Emeritus Prof Datuk Dr. Alex Delilkan

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Club Updates

Introduction Night A record number of 46 newly-enrolled members, of whom 27 were by way of transfer, turned out in formal attire at Introduction Night 2009 held on 31st March at Dewan Tunku. The occasion marked their official induction into the KGNS fraternity and presented the opportunity for the new entrants to meet the members of the Management Committee in person. In his welcoming address, President Y.Bhg Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Megat Najmuddin Megat Khas stressed the need for all to observe the Rules and Regulations of the club, both and off the courses. The areas mentioned by Y. Bhg Tan Sri included golfing and dress code, applicable to members as well as their families. “Infringement, if any”, he remarked, “would lead to disciplinary action.” In reminding the assembly at large that KGNS is a reputable family club, he called on all to put in a collective effort “to foster comradeship and fellowship and to be proud of the Club.” In closing Y. Bhg Tan Sri introduced office bearers of the Management Committee, i.e., Captain and Chairpersons of the various Sub-Committees. as well as members of the Membership Sub-Committee which he heads. Following a video screening of KGNS’ facilities and amenities, Master of Ceremonies, KGNS General Manager, Encik Mohd Johan Abdullah then introduced the key personnel from his management team. On behalf of the KGNS family, Berita Subang wishes all the following new members happy golfing and happy clubbing! Azmir Merican Bin Azmi Merican (A1158) Amer Ezzadeen Bin Ahmad Nazri (!1159) Ang Eng Seng (A1160) Ann-Marie Claudine Sequerah (A1161) Akmalia Binti Mohd Ariffin (A1162) Sunil Abraham (A1163) Mej. Jen ® Dato’ Abdul Rahman Daud (A1164) Dato’ Abdul Aziz Bin Mohd Akhir (A1165) Anuar Bin Omar (A1166) Tan Sri Datuk Ahmad Merican (A1167) Azman Bin Idris (A1168) Azrul Rizal Bin Ruslin (A1169) Prof. Dato’ Dr, Balwant Singh Gendeh (B177) Chan Jin Ming (C593) Chye Kit Khong (C774) Philip Fong Kam Fatt (F208) Fairuz Bin Yahya (F209) Gan Eng Hian (G189) Izuan Bin Abd Rahim (I224) Kua Jit How (K585) Kua Hock Lai (K586) Law Fook Fui (L985) Lim Nyien Leng (L987) Dato’ Lim Heng Suan (L988) Low Swee Eng (L989) Muhamad Adam Bin Ramlan (M1102) Jen. Tan Sri Muhammad Ismail Bin Hj Jamaluddin (M1140) Mary Jane Sta Maria (M1159) Mohd Idris Bin Ahmad Ibrahim (M1160) Ng Ka Keong (N448) Ong Chun-Kiat (O265) Poh Khee Huat (P191) Saiful Ong Abdullah (S770) Shirin Safinas Binti Mohamad (S771) Suresh Kumar A/L Athi Kumar (S772) Dr. Soraya Dato’ Seri Azmi (S773) Tan Kong Joo (T736) Tan Soon Tong (T738) Tam Chiew Meng (T739) Tan Nyee Fatt (T740) Tonny Toh Chee Thin (T741) Wan Heng Choon (W330) Raymond Wong Shu Yoon (W331) Wan Hashim Wan Jusoh (W332) Dato’ Yong Heng Loong (Y433) Yong Heng Huat (Y434)

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Course & Grounds

Update on Irrigation Project at Putra Tabled at the 2008 AGM by the Course and Grounds Sub-Committee, the Putra Irrigation Project, with an approved budget of RM 700,000, was up and running by 9th December 2008. Scope of works included the construction of four (4) water storage ponds and ancillary works at Holes No: 5 and 7, excluding landscaping and creation of an artificial waterfall. Completed on 24th February 2009, and taking into account the existing pond (now called “Pond E”) which lies adjacent to Green No:15, KGNS’ water storage capacity in that area of the Course now boosted five-fold, from 8,000,000 to a total of 40,850,000 litres, as follows:Item Pond A Pond B Pond C Pond D Drain Total Pond E (existing) Grand Total

Area (sq.m) (approx) 12,200 4,200 4,800 2,100 600 23,900

Pond A

View from the bridge on right side of the fairway of Hole No: 5 lateral drain before construction works began.

Construction works for Pond A, culvert on the left side of photo leads to Pond B.

Depth (sq.m) Volume (litres) (approx) (approx) 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

15,300,000 6,300,000 7,200,000 3,150,000 900,000 32,850,000 8,000,000 40,850,000

This Putra Irrigation Project will help us achieve our vision of ensuring constant supply of good quality water from our own reserves for irrigation purposes and solve the following water supply problem for irrigation:

View from the right side of the fairway of Hole No: 5 piping leads to Pond B.

Pond C

Pix 7: Site clearing for Pond C, seen from Pond B, looking in the direction of existing pond next to the green of Hole No: 5. Pix 8: Completed Pond C seen from Pond B.

shortage during dry season; drawing from an unreliable external source of water (Kelana Jaya pond) in terms of quality (deterioration as result of property development) and quantity; maintenance of new pump station, which KGNS built, to draw water supply from MBPJ pond some distance away; paying of electricity to power the two electric pumps. The Course and Grounds Sub-Committee would like to express their gratitudes to all golfers for their patience and co-operation during the construction period, which was completed within both allocated budget and scheduled time frame. 8 Berita Subangby CVISION Technologies’ PdfCompressor. For Evaluation Purposes Only Compression


Pond B

Excavation works for Pond B, view from the green of Hole No: 4 (Par 3)

View of the completed Pond A from the left side of Hole No: 5 fairway.

Completed Pond B, view from the green of Hole No: 4 (Par 3).

Pond D

Pix 9: View of Pond D from the green of Hole No: 5 where 3 jobs were undertaken i.e. installation of rubber-pitching wall on bank nearest to green of Hole No: 5, enlargement and deepening of pond to the depth of 1metre. Pix 10: View from the green of Hole No: 5 of the renovated Pond D.

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Course & Grounds

Buggies overtaking on Putra Course

DOs and DON’Ts Dear Buggy users, when overtaking, please use only the rough areas to avoid damaging our turf.

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Club Updates

New Face in KGNS

The latest addition to the KGNS management team comes in the person of Wan Suhaila binti Wan Shamsulbahrin in the position of Administration Manager with effect from 23rd March 2009. Canadian born, family from Pahang (Padang Tengku) and daughter of a former diplomat, Wan Suhaila is a Bachelor of Business Administration graduate from the University of Toledo, Ohio, U. S.A. majoring in Management and concentration in Human Resource Management. Her curriculum vitae includes stints in the Oil and Gas industry, Media industry, in a head-hunting firm involved in the sourcing and placement of personnel and, latterly, at the Royal Selangor Club, responsible for Administration and Membership. For Wan Suhaila, the paradigm shift from the fast-paced corporate world to the service-biased leisure industry has not been particularly dramatic insofar as both sectors are people-oriented. To a query from Berita Subang as to reason for joining KGNS, she remarked that, “from my experience in the Royal Selangor Club, I have enjoyed working in the leisure industry, where I get to meet and interact with people of various cultures.” She reckons that a healthy balance can be amicably struck between administration of corporate affairs and that of the services or club culture. In settling down to the task in her new appointment, Wan Suhaila’s aspirations are to “improve work processes”, and the culture thereof, in KGNS through teamwork and the collective contribution from a cohesive workforce. Also, she opines that there is a need to install a knowledge-based system in KGNS where events and experiences, past and present, may be documented and archived for future incoming or new KGNS staff.

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Social

Bye-Laws Governing Karaoke 1. VENUE The Karaoke Room or any other venue in the Club that the Committee may designate from time to time. 2. DAY AND TIME OF KARAOKE SESSIONS 2.1 Karaoke will be available every day from 12.00 p.m. to 12.00 midnight. 2.2 The Social Sub-Committee may at its discretion allow Karaoke session at any time before 12.00 p.m. 3. ELIGIBILITY Unless otherwise provided, Karaoke Sessions are STRICTLY for members and family members 12 years old and above. 4.

DRESS CODE No shorts No slippers No caps No sweaty shirts

5. REGISTRATION/BOOKING PROCEDURES TO SING 5.1 A member can register to sing only if the member is present in person at the Karaoke Session and shall complete the Song Request Slip (“Request Slip”) and hand over the Request Slip (preferably with at least 3 preferred songs written therein together with the member’s Discs (if any) to the Attendant/ Person-In-Charge. 5.2 Registration/booking to sing made for and on behalf of a member, or by proxy or by phone calls or verbally or by any other mode or manner, save and except as stipulated in Clause 5.1 above, is strictly prohibited. 5.3 When the name of the member is called upon to sing by the Attendant/Person In-charge as and when that member’s turn arises and in the event that member is not present in person in the Karaoke Room for whatever reason, that member’s right to sing shall be forfeited after the Attendant/Person-In-Charge has repeated that member’s name twice over the microphone. That member’s turn to sing thereafter shall only take place after the completion of the full cycle queue.

5.4 A member who has registered to sing shall render the song himself or with other member(s) (at that member’s invitation only). Under no circumstances whatsoever shall that member be substituted with other member(s) to sing in that member’s place/slot whether by invitation or otherwise. 5.5 The member shall notify the Attendant/Person In-Charge of the member’s intention to cease singing for the evening to facilitate the deletion of the member’s name from the queue-list. 6. MICROPHONE/EQUIPMENT 6.1 The member shall, after singing, return the microphone forthwith to the designated microphoneholder provided. 6.2 A member using the cordless microphone shall after singing forthwith return the said microphone to the Attendant/Person in-charge personally, failing which the member shall be fully responsible for the cost of the microphone if the same is lost or damaged for any reason(s) whatsoever as a result of the member’s failure to comply as herein provided. 6.3 No member shall under any circumstances interfere with or otherwise abuse any of the Karaoke equipment. The member shall be responsible to make good in full to the Club the cost of the loss or damage caused by that member/guest to the Karaoke equipment. The decision by the Management Committee as to the amount/cost of the damage shall be final. 7. RESPONSIBILITY/AUTHORITY OF THE SOCIAL SUB-COMMITTEE 7.1 All activities, events, competitions, socials and such activities relating to Karaoke whether in-house, inter-clubs or otherwise will be organized, conducted and handled by the Social Sub-Committee. 7.2 The Social Sub-Committee is authorized to determine whether a singer is a member. The singer shall comply with the request made to the singer by the Social Sub-Committee. In the event the singer is found to be a non-member, his singing shall cease forthwith unless accompanied by a member as guest/s.

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7.3 No member shall reprimand another member, and/or the Attendant/Person-In-Charge for any infringement of the Bye-Laws. Any dispute, disagreement or complaint whether arising out of these Bye-Laws or in connection with or arising from or pertaining to the Karaoke and/or the Attendant shall be referred to the Social Sub-Committee or any Social Sub-Committee member present who shall decide on such dispute, disagreement or complaint. Such decision by the Social Sub-Committee or the Social Sub-Committee member shall be final unless reversed by the Social Sub-Committee or the Management Committee as the case may be. 7.4 Any matters arising for which no provision has been made by these Bye-Laws shall be determined by the Social Sub-Committee or by any member of the Social Sub-Committee if present. Such decision by the Social Sub-Committee or the Social Sub-Committee member as the case may be, shall be final, conclusive and binding on the member concerned unless reversed by the Social SubCommittee or the Management Committee as the case may be. 8. GUESTS 8.1 Members shall register their guests in accordance with the Rules of the Club.

8.4 The guests are allowed to sing not more than three songs per session, unless there are no members waiting, on designated days as decided by the Management Committee. The members bringing the guests shall be charged at a per guest-singer fee as determined by the Management Committee. 8.5 Members shall be fully responsible for the behaviour and conduct of their guests at all time in and around the Club and/or during the Karaoke Sessions and/or elsewhere. 9. BREACH AND SANCTION Any member who refuses to comply with any of these Bye-Laws or who, after having been warned by a Social Sub-Committee member for a breach of these Bye-Laws, commits the same breach or persists to commit the breach shall be subject to sanction and disciplinary action provided by any of the Rules of the Club with regard to conduct of members. 10. LIABILITY The Social Sub-Committee shall not be responsible or be liable for any personal injuries, death, loss or damage whatsoever or howsoever caused to any person(s). 11. SMOKING Smoking is strictly prohibited in the Karaoke room.

8.2 Each member is only allowed to sign in one guest per day.

12. FOOD Only snack/finger food is allowed in the Karaoke

8.3 The guests are strictly prohibited from singing without the members other than as provided for in clause 8.4 hereof.

13. COMPLAINTS/SUGGESTIONS All complaints and suggestions concerning Karaoke shall be made in the complaint book or in writing to the General Manager.

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Social

Members’ Night

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Although it was a few days passed Chap Goh Mei, the Social Sub-Committee still made an effort to have a Members’ Night to celebrate the occasion on the Saturday, 14th February 2009, which happened to fall on Valentine’s Day. Goody Bags were given out to members who came to join in the party. A special gift of mini cakes with icing of a pink rose were also given out to the delight of all the ladies by the Social Chairman, Mr. Peter Murray. Members were invited to a traditional Yee Sang tossing, which was later served to them. Julie and Adam took to the stage and got everyone on their toes to dance the night away. The gathering at Bilik Buaya was a wonderful success.

Mandarin Class The Social Sub-Committee is organising a Mandarin Conversation Class. Come join us, if you want to learn ‘HUA YU’!

Date: Sunday, 24th May 2009 Time: 2.30 p.m. Venue: Seminar 1 Charge: RM10.00 per person (inclusive of refreshments)

Those who are interested, please register your name on the Registration Form at the Reception Counter.

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On Feb. 2, 2007, the United Nations scientific panel studying climate change declared that the evidence of a warming trend is “unequivocal”, and that human activity has “very likely” been the driving force in that change over the last 50 years. The last report by the group, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, in 2001, found that humanity had “likely” played a role.

- (The New York Times)

KGNS’ Bit For

Earth Hour On 31 March 2007, 2.2 million people and 2,100 Sydney businesses turned off their lights for one hour - Earth Hour – a massive collective effort that reduced the city’s energy consumption by 10.2%, equivalent to the effect of taking 48,000 cars off the road for one hour. With “lights off” for Sydney icons like the Harbour Bridge and Opera House and unique events such as weddings by candlelight, the world took notice. Inspired by Sydney, many major global cities joined in the fray in 2008, turning a symbolic gesture into an international movement. This year’s event took place March 28, 2009 at 8.30pm (Malaysian time). As responsible citizens of the world, KGNS also contributed, albeit in a small way, by closing down the Karaoke Lounge from 8.30pm to 9.30pm. Some members joined in the candle-lit moment next to the Karaoke Lounge for a sing-along session, with the Social Sub-Committee Chairman taking the lead on the guitar, accompanied by Mrs Ederlina Katzengruber, on Lounge Set Drums, Cik Falziah Idrus, on Bongo Drums, and Sandy Nor with tambourine in hand! Participants gave full voice to evergreens like Knock Three Times, My Home Town, Jambalaya, Burung Kakak Tua and many others, ending the night with everyone singing out “We Are The World”.

Computer Class

Every 3rd Tuesday of the month, the Social Sub-Committee is organising Beginners’s Computer Classes for adults to learn the basic computer programmes. Those who are interested, please register your name, age and skill on the Registration Form at the Reception Counter. We will call you back for more information about yourself as we segregate students according to their levels.

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Golf Diary

April 2009

May 2009 Friday - 1

Wednesday - 1

Thursday - 2

Friday - 3

Saturday - 4

Sunday - 5

Monday - 6

Tuesday - 7

Monday - 4

Wednesday - 8

Thursday - 9

Friday - 10

Saturday - 11

Friday- 8

Tuesday - 5

Wesak Day

ABC/Ladies/Junior Monthly Medals Stableford Kelana Course AM

Labour Day

Saturday - 9

Juniors Club Championship Strokeplay Kelana Course AM

Monday - 13

Tuesday - 14

Wednesday - 15

Tuesday - 12

Thursday - 16

Friday - 17

Saturday - 18

Sunday - 19

Saturday - 16

Club Championship (2nd Day) Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Club Championship (Final Day) Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Monday - 20

Tuesday - 21

Wednesday - 22

Thursday - 23

Wednesday - 20

Thursday- 21

Saturday - 25

Sunday - 26

Monday - 27

Sunday - 24

Monday - 25

Sunday - 12 1st Leg Klang Valley Jr. Golf Circuit 2009 Strokeplay Kelana Course AM

Friday - 24

Remarks

Wednesday- 29

Senior Golfers Monthly Medal Stableford Putra Course AM

Wednesday - 13

Ladies Club Championship Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Sunday - 17

KGNS vs RSGC (Home) Stableford Putra Course AM

Ladies Classic Trophy Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Tuesday - 28

Piala Tun Abdul Ghaffar Baba Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Senior Golfers Club Championship Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Thursday - 30

Thursday - 28

Friday - 29

Remarks

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June 2009 Saturday - 2

Sunday - 3

Tan Sri Chong Hon Nyan Trophy Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Medal Partnership Open Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Wednesday - 6

Thursday - 7

Monday - 1

Tuesday - 2

Wednesday - 3

Thursday- 4

Friday - 5

Saturday - 6

Sunday - 7

Thursday - 11

SPB Yang di Pertuan Agong’s Birthday

Inter Sub-Committee Golf Game Stableford Putra Course PM

Monday - 8

Tuesday - 9

Wednesday - 10

Juniors Club Championship Strokeplay Kelana Course AM

Senior Golfers Club Championship Strokeplay Putra Course AM

2nd KGNS Ladies Amateur Open Golf Championship - Practice Round Putra Course AM

2nd KGNS Ladies Amateur Open Golf Championship - Day 1 Strokeplay Putra Course AM

2nd KGNS Ladies Amateur Open Golf Championship - Day 2 Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Thursday - 14

Friday - 15

Friday - 12

Saturday- 13

Sunday - 14

Monday - 8

Tuesday - 19

Tuesday - 16

Wednesday - 17

Thursday - 8

Friday - 22

Saturday - 23

RSGC vs KGNS (Away) RSGC PM

Tun Abdul Razak Trophy - Qualifying Round Strokeplay Putra Course - AM

Saturday - 20

Sunday - 21

Monday - 22

Tuesday - 23

Tuesday - 26

Wednesday - 27

Wednesday- 24

Thursday - 25

Friday- 26

Saturday - 27

Senior Golfers Monthly Medal Strokeplay Putra Course AM

LadiesMonthly Medal Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Tun Abdul Razak Trophy - Preliminary Round 1 Matchplay Putra Course - AM

Monday - 29

Tuesday - 30

Sunday - 10

Ladies Club Championship Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Saturday - 30

Lady Golf Captain’s Prize Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Monday- 11

Club Championship (1st Day) Strokeplay Putra Course AM

The Exclusive S-Yard Challenge 2009 Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Sunday - 31

Captain’s Prize Strokeplay Putra Course AM

Sunday - 28

ABC Medal Strokeplay Putra Course PM

Annual General Meeting

AKCC vs KGNS - MEN (Away) AKCC AM

Monday - 15

Friday - 19

RSGC vs KGNS Ladies (Away) RSGC AM

Remarks

Events 2009

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Recreation

Line Dancing Night

The Recreation Sub-Committee organised a Line Dancing Night recently on the 21 March 2009 at the Multi-Purpose Hall. It was a successful event with 134 participants of all ages from all over Selangor, who enjoyed the night to the line dancing music that was playing the whole night through. Some of the excited participants came as early as 6.00pm. Music was playing more than half hour before the scheduled start with some warming up for the dancers. By 7.00pm, the hall was already packed to its brim. The Emcee, Louis the Maestro, started the ball rolling, calling out the names of the songs as they played and the line dancers packed the dance floor synchronizing in the steps. It was a beautiful sight to behold. Lucky ones walked away with table and lucky draw prizes. Special performance by Lim Sae Min, who danced to two contemporary dances had the crowd awed by his slick dance moves. Louis the Maestro had the room laughing in stitches which his comedy. He also impersonated Stevie Wonder and a few other famous artist which delighted the crowd even more. The Recreation Sub-Committee would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr Lim Sae Mina and Louis the Maestro who did their performance in kind, as well as Ms Alycia Long who sponsored the Table Draw Prizes.

Table-Tennis Friendly Match A good number of table-tennis enthusiasts and supporters turned out at the Squash Courts C and D on 28th February 2009, coming together for a friendly match organised by the Recreation Sub-Committee. The event is yet another in the series to promote the indoor sport among KGNS members and their families, for all to mix it up in friendly competition with a dash of fun, regardless of their standard of play! Participants were divided into teams, with players pitched against others of similar skill. The ensuing match-ups were for singles, doubles, mixed doubles, etc., i.e., something for every paddler, accomplished or otherwise, to get into! Refreshments were served after the games and souvenirs given to all the participants. Our thanks to all who assisted in making the event an enjoyable affair!

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Questionnaire Regarding Improvement Plans for KGNS’s Library The Club’s Recreation Sub-Committee is taking the initiative to upgrade and improve the club’s existing Library facilities so as to provide better service to members and their families. We have observed that the club’s existing Library and Recreation Centre have not been operating in an organised and properly-run manner and are therefore, under such circumstances, unable to provide the standard and quality of service expected of them. In addition to this, the constraints of physical space and a dire need for more current and relevant reading material have literally made it impossible for the library to play a meaningful role as a useful learning centre. It would therefore seem obvious that such state of affair has contributed to the dismal or scant interest in the services that the library currently provides. We believe that by upgrading the library with improved facilities and a wide selection of the latest book titles and magazines, it will not only better serve members and their families, but more importantly, will promote a culture of reading and a quest for knowledge among members of the club’s community. To help us achieve the objective stated above, we would appreciate if you could spare some time to respond to the questionnaire below. This questionnaire is intended to gather information, in the form of feedback and suggestions that will help us plan a library that truly reflects the needs and requirements of the club’s members. Please submit your completed questionnaires by fax (03-7875 5267) or drop them at the Reception counter.

Questionnaire Below are a set of questions for you to respond to. For each of the items please respond by ticking ( 3 ) in the space provided against the answer(s) that you feel is/are the most appropriate to the question. 1. Question: How often do you use the library to read or do your work? Response 1. Often 2. Sometimes 3. Seldom 4. Never 2. Question: If your answer for question 1 is in the negative, please state your reason or reasons for not going to the library? Response 1. Lack of reading materials 2. Place not conducive for reading or doing work 3. Do not have time 4. Lack of space 3. Question How often do your child/children visit the library to read, do their homework or assignments? Response (to be given by members with a child or children): 1. Often 2. Sometimes 3. Seldom 4. Never 4. Question Do you think the library has adequately catered to the needs of members’ children? Response Yes, very adequately catered 1. for Yes, but more can be done 2.

3.

No, very little attention has been given to this group of users

Provide a computer room for those wishing to work on their laptop computers Provide qualified library staff for quality service Extend the library hours during weekdays Create a more conducive environment for reading and working e.g. installing air conditioners Provide a few desktop computers in the computer room for the use of members, upon request Make available copies of daily newspapers

5. Question What is your evaluation of the quality of the service provided at the library? Response: 1. Very good 2. Good 3. Fair 4. Poor 6. Question Do you think there is an urgent need for the library to be upgraded to a proper library? Response: 1. Yes, it needs upgrading now 2. Maybe, but there is no urgency to upgrade now 3. No, the current service and facilities are adequate 7. Question If your response to question 6 is `yes’, please number the steps suggested below, in order of priority with 1 being `highest priority’ and 9 being the `lowest’. Have a wide selection of titles of the latest books and selected magazines and include knowledge based books for reference Provide more space and facilities for reading and working

8. Question Do you think the library ought to be relocated? If your response to the above question is yes, please suggest an alternative location Response: 1. Yes, the present location is not conducive. Suggestion:

2.

No, the library should remain at its current location Suggestion:

Thank you for your time.

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Golf News

Hole-In-One Achievers Rastam Shahrom Bin Haji Abd Rauf 25th March 2009 Hole No: 13 Tun Nine Club used: Cleveland Halo 3i Iron Ball Used: EV 02

Chew Kia Peng 13th March 2009 Hole No: 13 Tunku Nine Club used: 6 - Iron Ball Used: Pro V

Kosnin Bin Suradi 14th March 2009 Hole No: 11 Tun Nine Club used: 6-Iron Ball Used: Srixon

Aidil Zuhairy Azman 15th March 2009 Hole No: 13 Tunku Nine Club used: 7 Iron Ball Used: E6

Abdul Aziz Bin Ishak 24th February 2009 Hole No: 13 Tun Nine Club used: 7-Iron Ball used: Precept

Wahid Mirza 28th January 2009 Hole No : ...Agong Nine Club used: 6-Iron Ball Used: Pro V1

Ong Kim Hoay 29th January 2009 Hole No: 13 Tunku Nine Club used: 6-Iron Ball Used: Wilson

Yew Kim Tong 6th January 2009 Hole No: 4 Agong Nine Club used: Acess 3 Wood Ball Used: Srixon

Woo Yau Khuen 6th January 2009 Hole No; ...Agong Nine Club used: 6-Iron Ball Used: Tour Special

Zairul Participates in Golf Malaysia Champion of Champions Championship KGNS 2008 Club Champion, Zairul Hisham shot 81 and 77 to be placed 13th at his debut in the 23rd Golf Malaysia Champion of Champions Championship held at Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort, Batu Gajah on 27-28 March 2009. “I was unfamiliar with course”, he remarked, “ and that made me a little bit cautious”.

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Competitions & Results

SUBANG CLASSIC 2009 STROKEPLAY – PARTNERSHIP BETTERBALL, SATURDAY & SUNDAY, 10 & 11TH JANUARY 2009 PUTRA COURSE Results Nett Hcp Winning Pair Azharuddin Ismail 9 Mohd Roseli Shah 15 R/Up Pair K.Y. Choke 12 Tam Chiew Meng 16 3rd Pair Zahari Hj Mahfudz 8 Mohd Noor Ismail 16 4th Pair Ann Wan Tee 7 Mohd Amri Sofian 14 5th Pair Abd Aziz Ibrahim 16 Tajuddin Hj Nasir 12 6th Pair Bernard Loh 10 Ranee Bakri 15 7th Pair Gareth Ng 11 Tan Ming Huei 17 Daily Prizes Day 1 Best Pair K.Y.Choke 12 Tam Chiew Meng 16 R/Up Pair Micheal Heng 9 C.K.Teow 16 Day 2 Best Pair Zahari Hj Mahfudz 8 Mohd Noor Ismail 16 R/Up Pair Tajuddin Hj Nasir 12 Abd Aziz Ibrahim 16 Bull’s-Eye: Hole # 13 1st Day Syed Khalil 2nd Day Gen. Mohd Yusoh Tajuddin Hj Nasir Mat Nawi Ibrahim

Score 126 ocb 126 127 ocb

LADIES MONTHLY MEDAL STROKEPLAY FRIDAY, 16TH JANUARY 2009 PUTRA COURSE Results Overall Best Gross 1st Datin Rahmah Arshad Overall Silver Medal 1st Maggie Kok 2nd Alyah Tan 3rd Hani Abdullah Overall Bronze Medal 1st Tunku Datin Anne 2nd Datin Rasimah Pilus 3rd Hjh Noor Nahar 4th Mastura Mohamed 5th Salehah Othman

Hcp Score 6 80 14 11 15

71 72 74 ocb

19 21 32 19 23

68 71 72 74 75

127 128 ocb 128 ocb 128

61 62

59 61

ABC MONTHLY MEDAL STROKEPLAY SATURDAY, 17TH JANUARY 2009 PUTRA COURSE Results Gross Hcp 1st Mohd Hisyam Abd Majid 3 2nd Zairul Hisham 3 3rd Mahrome Mohamad 3 Nett A Medal 1st Joey Azman 10 2nd Kamarudin Yunus 11 3rd Mohd Razali Harun 12 4th Rajan Chitty 12 5th Gen Mohd Yusoh 12 6th Mohd Jamal Sulaiman 7 B Medal 1st Lim Yo-Han 14 2nd Zamli Abdullah 17 3rd Melvyn Joseph Pinto 14 4th Dato’ Rohailan Mohamed 14 5th Mohd Roseli Shah 15 6th Mohd Badry Jaafar 17 7th Che Nordin Yieh 17 8th Ab Aziz Moideen 16 C Medal 1st Nik Azhan 19 2st Kamarudzaman Saad 20 3rd C.B. Lim 22 Novelty Bull’s-Eye: Hole # 13

Score 71 72 76 67 68 69 ocb 69 71 72 ocb 66 68 69 70 ocb 70 71 ocb 71 ocb 71 ocb 70 71 73

SENIOR GOLFERS MONTHLY MEDAL STROKEPLAY THURSDAY, 22ND JANUARY 2009 PUTRA COURSE Results Gross Hcp Score 1st Mahrome Mohamad 3 75 2nd Zahari Hj Mahfudz 8 83 Nett A Medal 1st Minhat Mion 10 69 ocb 2nd Dato’ Hamzah Abdullah 12 69 B Medal 1st Mohd Noor Ismail 16 64 2nd Dato’ Mustafa Mohd Ali 12 69 ocb 3rd Fauzi Hj Omar 18 69 ocb 4th Dato’ Ir Hj Kalid Alias 13 69 5th Misron Yusof 17 70 ocb 6th Ahmad Murad 17 70 ocb 7th Zulkifly Sulaiman 15 70 8th Dato’ Mohamed Said 16 71 ocb C Medal 1st Hamdan Mohd Salim 21 70 2nd Jeremy Nasrulhaq 19 71ocb 3rd Alias Sulaiman 24 71 4th Yusuf Mohd Hashim 20 73 ocb 5th Dato’ Abd Rashid Yusof 21 73 Bull’s-Eye: Hole # 13 Mohd Noor Ismail GREENSOME STROKEPLAY SATURDAY, 31ST JANUARY 2009 PUTRA COURSE Results Gross Hcp 1st Imran Ashok Faridah Hussain 11 2nd Maarof Rahman Siti Aishah 9 Nett 1st Dato’ Muhammad Imran Datin Maria Jadi 14 2nd Gen Mohd Yusoh Norlida Anis 12 3rd Khalid Abu Hassan Datin Rahmah Arshad 9 4th Anantharajah Viji Anantharajah 16 5th Dato’ Zainal Azmi Polen Leong 16 Bull’s-Eye: Hole # 13 Dato’ Ir Hj Kalid Alias

Score 79 80 64 65 ocb 65 67 67 ocb

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Competitions & Results

TUN DR. MAHATHIR TROPHY – STROKE PLAY SATURDAY, 14TH FEBRUARY 2009 PUTRA COURSE Results Gross Hcp Score Winner Mahrome Mohamad 4 73 R/Up Zaidon Omar Baki 5 74 3rd Imran Ashok 5 76 4th Peter William 6 77 ocb 5th Adam Malik 3 77 ocb Nett Winner Mohamed Nasir 12 63 R/Up Mohd Jamil Yahya 13 67 ocb 3rd Dato’ Muhammad Imran 10 67 ocb Novelties Nearest To Pin Zairul Hisham 2 Meters Nearest To The Line K.C. Tai On The Line Bull’s-Eye: Hole # 13 Che Nordin Yieh Shamsul Kamar Ibrahim Samsol Saynan Azrul Iskandar Eagle Achievers Mohamed Nasir Hole #3 Abd Malek Hj Omar Hole #11 AWAY INTER –CLUB MATCH SIGC VS KGNS ( STABLEFORD-BESTBALL) SUNDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY 2009 Results Match KGNS - 71/2 SIGC - 121/2 Hcp Score Overall Best Player Chen Chee Han 11 48 ocb Tan Boon Hock 12 KGNS Team Best Pair Nazri Othman 15 47 ocb Mohd Sahil 21 2nd Best Pair K.B. Lim 12 47 M.H. Tan 17 3rd Best Pair Nasrudin Omar 7 45 Dato’ Zainal Azmi 15 SIGC Team Best Pair Dalbir Singh 12 48 Lee Kim Siew 18 2nd Best Pair Lui Lian Chai 14 47 Gan Ah Kow 17 3rd Best Pair Syed Mohd Zulkefli 13 43 Tunku Nazrin 13 PUAN SRI MAHANI TROPHY – STROKE PLAY SATURDAY, 28TH FEBRUARY 2009 PUTRA COURSE Results Hcp Score Winner Datin Salmah Long 16 69 Runner-Up Alyah Tan 11 70 3rd Place Hjh Noor Nahar 33 71 Nearest To The Line - HOLE #8 Falziah Idrus 0’8” Nearest To Pin - Hole #13 Dr. Fatimah Yakin 25’7”

HOME INTER-CLUB MATCH TAWAU GC VS KGNS STABLEFORD - BEST BALL SUNDAY, 1ST MARCH 2009 PUTRA COURSE

ABC MONTHLY MEDAL STROKEPLAY SATURDAY, 7TH MARCH 2009 PUTRA COURSE

Results KGNS 29 TAWAU GC 29 Best Overall Pair KGNS Ahmad Faiesal 14 48 ocb Abd Aziz Moideen 14 Special Prize Hole-In-One Datuk Kho Choon Seng - Tawau GC

Results Gross 1st Mohd Chudi Hj Ghazali 2nd Wan Abd Aziz Ariffin 3rd Mahrome Mohamad Nett A Medal 1st Joey Azman 2nd Hamdan Nawi 3rd Amran Hj Ibrahim 4th Abd Malek Hj Omar 5th Mohamed Razali 6th Gen Mohd Yusoh 7th Azizul Rahman Kallahan 8th Hj Md Zain Hj Md Yusof B Medal 1st Mohd Amri Hj Md Sofian 2nd Yeoh Keat Chye 3rd Makhzan Hussein 4th Tai Keat Chai 5th Hanipah Bin Yop 6th Khalid Bin Abu Hassan 7th Dato’ Zainal Azmi 8th Stanley Ong C Medal 1st Dr. Loh Tak Seng 2nd M. Shanmugam 3rd Dato’ Abd Rashid Yusof Bull’s-Eye: Hole #13 Misron Yusof

KGNS Team Hcp 1st Pair Mohd Chudi 4 Dato’ Zainal Azmi 14 2nd Pair T. Kanagarajah 8 Harmindar Singh 22 3rd Pair K. Puspalingam 12 S. Ravichandran 14

Points

Tawau Team Hcp 1st Pair Hiew Yit Thiam 12 Lim Yit Kiong 23 2nd Pair Michael Kong 17 Chia Soo Khung 24 3rd Pair Enrique Salazar 21 Wong Kang Foo 23

Points

48 46 45

47 46 ocb 46

Hcp 5 3 4

Score 75 ocb 75 77 ocb

9 10 12 10 11 11 12 11

67 68 69 70 ocb 70 ocb 70 71 ocb 71 ocb

13 14 16 18 18 14 14 14

64 70 ocb 70 ocb 70 72 ocb 72 ocb 72 ocb 72 ocb

23 20 21

69 71 72 ocb

HOME INTERCLUB MATCH (LADIES) - KGNS VS SIGC (STABLEFORD-BESTBALL) FRIDAY, 13TH MARCH 2009, PUTRA COURSE Results SIGC 4 SIGC Team 1st Pair Stephanie Chia Irene Chia 2nd Pair Siti Khalijah Noraini Sulaiman 3rd Pair Datin Robeah Li Li Tan Best Overall Pair Sandy Nor Puan Sri Kamariah

KGNS 18 Hcp Points 10 26

36 ocb

15 25

36

14 25

35

22 33

44

KGNS Team 1st Pair Noormah Mohd Noor Hjh Noor Nahar 2nd Pair Dr. Mastura Wan Raimah 3rd Pair Alyah Tan Viji Anantharajah

Hcp Points 29 33

41 ocb

17 23

41

11 19

38 ocb

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Obituary

TUN DR ISMAIL TROPHY STROKEPLAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY, 14TH & 15TH MARCH 2009 PUTRA COURSE Results Gross H’cp Score 1st Zairul Hisham 3 150 ocb 2nd Mahrome Mohamad 3 150 3rd Wahid Mirza 6 156 Nett Hcp Score 1st Dato Zainal Azmi 15 138 ocb 2nd Dato Md Anuar Sidek 16 138 ocb 3rd Mohd Amri Mohd Sofian 10 138 4th M. Ghiathuddin 10 143 ocb 5th Jamaluddin Mohd 19 143 6th Johan Aly 12 144 ocb Novelties (2nd Day)

AWAY INTER-CLUB MATCH RPGC vs KGNS (STABLEFORD – BALLSWEEP) SATURDAY & SUNDAY, 21ST & 22ND MARCH 2009 Results Day 1 - KGNS 23 RPGC 35 Overall Winner (Ladies) Points Wong Bee Sze & Sally Wong 43 KGNS – Men 1st Anwar Ismail C. C. Chooi 2nd Khoo Hock Lye Song Yam Lim 3rd Mahrome Mohamad Dato’ Zainal Azmi KGNS – Ladies 1st Norzian Joya Siti Khadijah

Day 2 - KGNS 12 Overall Winner (Ladies) Ashvin Kaur & Fadzillah

Nearest To Pin – Hole # 13 Joey Azman

KGNS – Men 1st Mohd Nasir Salleh Nulub 2nd Mahrome Mohamad Dato’ Zainal Azmi 3rd Toh Seet Nee Anantharajah KGNS – Ladies 1st Norlida Anis Shahrifah Nor Ainie

Nearest To Line – Hole # 8 Mohd Razali 0’ 5” Bull’s-Eye: Hole # 13 Day 1 - Nazri Othman Day 2 - Abd Malek Omar

SENIOR GOLFERS PARTERSHIP MEDAL STROKEPLAY THURSDAY, 26TH MARCH 2009, PUTRA COURSE Results Nett 1st Sharkawi Alis Mohammed Abd Malek 2nd Gen. Mohd Yusoh Stanley Ong 3rd Alias Hj Maamur Dato’ Azmel Hj Maamur 4th Dato’ Hamzah Abdullah Tajuddin Hj Nasir 5th Abd Talib Mohd Yatim Sulaiman Salleh Bull’s-Eye: Hole # 13 Dato’ Junus Sudin Sam Ponnurajah

Hcp Pts 12 47 20 15 44 18 3 43 ocb 16 Hcp Pts 10 24 42

Hcp 12 16 11 15 12 17 11 12 14 17

Score 62 ocb 62 63 64 ocb 64 ocb

RPGC – Men 1st Mior Aziz Aznan Abdullah 2nd Tan Chek Seong Wong Jo Han 3rd Saw Khay Chee Michael Cheong RPGC – Ladies 1st Selina Liew Lynnette Ong

Hcp 12 16 14 20 13 17 Hcp 12 23

Pts

RPGC – Men Hcp 1st Dato’ Syed Mokhtar 19 Lim Meng 21 2nd Lee Heng King 15 Simon Tan 22 3rd Wong Sai Mun 11 Ron Lee 14 RPGC – Ladies Hcp 1st Selina Liew 12 Lynnette Ong 23

Pts

46 ocb 46 44 ocb

Pts 40

KGNS members and staff extend their deepest condolences to the bereaved families of the following deceased members.

RPGC 44 Points 46

Hcp Pts 11 46 13 3 41 ocb 16 11 41 13 Hcp Pts 10 23 44 ocb

48 45 44 Pts

44 ocb

TUN HUSSIEN ONN TROPHY STROKEPLAY SATURDAY, 28TH MARCH 2009 PUTRA COURSE Results Nett Hcp Score 1st Viji Anantharajah 19 70 2nd Siti Aishah 16 71 3rd Polen Leong 16 72 ocb 4th Falziah Idrus 10 72

Name: Dr. Mohd Sheffie Abu Bakar M’ship No.: M298 Passed: 6th March 2009 Member Since: 1st November 1977

Name: Haji Albakri Bin Abdullah M’ship No.: A109 Passed: 5th March 2009 Member Since: 15th July 1970

Name: Sivakumar Nambiar M’ship No.: S076 Passed: 3rd February 2009 Member Since: 15th July 1970

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Club Directory & Facilities

Club Directory RECEPTION

Telephone General Fax Golf Dept. Fax Email Website

: 03-7876 0388 : 03-7875 5267 : 03-7874 9796 : kgns@tm.net.my : www.subanggolf.com

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

Gen. Manager : Ext. 49 Deputy GM/Admin Manager : Ext. 12 Membership : Ext. 16 & 20 Accounts : Ext. 21 & 79 F&B : Ext. 70 & 71 Golf : Ext. 61 & 62

Recreation Activities (Lessons)

Day

Activities

Time

Mon Latin Ballroom Dance (MPH)

7.00 p.m. - 8.00 p.m.

Tue

Line Dance (MPH) Cardio Lines (MPH) Tai Chi (MPH) Latin American Beginners (MPH)

9.00 a.m. - 11.00 a.m. 2.00 p.m. - 3.00 p.m. 7.00 p.m. - 9.00 p.m.

Wed Aerobics (GYM) Latin Ballroom Dance (MPH) Line Dance (MPH)

3.00 p.m. - 4.00 p.m. 7.30 p.m. - 8.30 p.m. 8.45 p.m. - 9.45 p.m.

Thu

Tai Chi (MPH) Ballroom Latin Dance (MPH)

7.00 p.m. - 9.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m. - 10.00 p.m.

Fri

Yoga (MPH) Cardio Lines (MPH) Line Dance (MPH) Line Dance - Beginners (MPH) Latin Ballroom Dance (MPH)

9.30 a.m. - 10.30 a.m. 10.30 a.m.- 11.30 p.m. 3.00 p.m. - 4.00 p.m. 6.00 p.m. - 7.00 p.m. 7.00 p.m. - 8.00 p.m.

Sat

Line Dance (MPH) Aerobics (GYM) Swimming (Main Pool)

1.00 p.m. - 3.00 p.m. 2.30 p.m. - 3.30 p.m. 5.00 p.m. - 5.45 p.m.

Sun

Tennis (Tennis Court) Latin Ballroom Dance (MPH)

8.00 a.m. - 10.00 a.m. 10.00 a.m. - 11.00 a.m.

7.00 p.m. - 8.00 p.m.

Golf Facilities Golfing Reception - Open Daily BOOKING PROCEDURES A member is allowed to sign-in a maximum of 3 guests Bookings are accepted on day of play only FEES (inclusive of 5% Govt. Tax) Guests introduced by members: Putra Course & Kelana Course (18 holes) RM126.00 (weekdays) RM189.00 (weekends/public holidays) For an additional 9 holes, the charge is 50% off the above rates. Members of Senior Golfers Society of Malaysia: Weekdays before noon – 50% off the above rates. Green fees for 9 holes after 4.00 p.m. is 50% off the above rates. For Weekends and Public Holidays: Bookings for golf on weekends and public holidays can be made from the Sunday prior to the weekend, or public holiday, beginning at 6.45 a.m. Bookings must be made personally by members. Only 1 guest is allowed per member and bookings are limited to 10 guests per nine. GOLF PRACTICE RANGE Operating Hours - 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. Practice balls – 7 cents each Guest introduction fee – RM10.00 GOLF LESSONS Junior Clinic on Sundays from 9.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. at the Driving Range (RM30.00 per person / per month inclusive of practice balls) FOR OTHER GOLF LESSONS, PLEASE CHECK WITH THE GOLF DEPARTMENT. CADDY FEES 9 holes 18 holes st 1 Class RM15.00 RM30.00 2nd Class RM12.50 RM25.00 The competition rate of RM35.00 for all classes is inclusive of tips. Members who wish to book caddies will be charged an additional RM10 for 18 holes and RM5 for 9 holes as administration fee. Tips for normal play and club competitions are not compulsory and are at the discretion of members but should not exceed the respective caddy fees. BUGGIES (inclusive of 5% Govt. Tax) Hours: 6.45 a.m. – 8.00 p.m. daily Rental: 18 holes Weekdays RM42.00 Weekends & P. Holidays RM47.25 Senior Golfer: 10% discount Use of buggies is subject to ground conditions.

9 holes RM21.00 RM23.63

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Recreation Facilities GYMNASIUM (No guests allowed)

Opens - 6.30 a.m to 10.00 p.m. The gym is closed from 6.30 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. for maintenance every first Monday of the month.

SQUASH COURTS Opens - 6.30 a.m to 10.00 p.m. Guest fee : RM5.00 per person

SNOOKER

Opens - 12.00 noon to 10.00 p.m.

CARD ROOM

Opens - 12.00 noon to 10.00 p.m.

SWIMMING Pool opens - 7.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. daily Guest fee : RM5.00 per person

Swimming Lessons

(45-minute sessions per week x 4 per month) Fees for Lesson : Child - RM40.00 Adult - RM65.00 Swimming Coach : Mr. Cheng Heng Jui Contact No. : 03-7983 2503 (Mon-Fri) 019-226 7909 NOTE: Members are advised not to engage any unauthorised coaches.

AEROBICS

Fee Attire Contact Person Contact No.

: : : : :

Once a week – RM60.00 Twice a week – RM80.00 Suitable sports attire & shoes Ms. Ambika 016-680 6814

YOGA Venue : Days/Time : Fee : : Instructor : Contact No. :

DANCESPORT

Aerobics Room Every Friday - 9.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. RM60.00 per month (1 session per week) RM150 (3 month package - 1 session per week) Ms. Kathy 012- 287 9692

Line Dance Fee : Special package of RM120.00 for beginners for a 3-month course. Instructress : Ms. Rozalynn / Aylicia Long Contact No. : 012-200 0234/012-392 9133 Ballroom Latin Dance Fee : Special package of RM120.00 for beginners for a 3-month course Instructor : Mr. Eric Tan / Ms. Lynn Contact No. : 012-321 2083

TAI CHI CLASS

Venue Days/Time Fee Instructor

TAE-KWAN-DO

Venue Day/Time Fee Instructor

: : : :

Multi-Purpose Hall Tue & Thu / 7.00 p.m. – 8.00 p.m. RM30 per month (8 times a month) Mr. Patrick Chong - 019-215 2863

: : : :

Multi-Purpose Hall Sundays / 4.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. RM30.00 per month Mr. Low Koon Lin - 03-7876 4370

: :

6.30 a.m to 10.00 p.m. RM5.00 per person

TENNIS Opens Member’s guest fee

Junior Coaching Programme (6 – 16 years old) Sat. & Sun. : 8.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. or 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon Fee : RM100.00 (4 days per 2 hour/session) Adults Coaching Programme (by appointment only) Fee : : Instructor : Contact No. :

RM50.00 per hour (individual) RM70.00 per hour (2 persons) Mr. Ong Chit Lai 019-213 1588

Please give ONE MONTH’S WRITTEN NOTICE IN ADVANCE to the coach and accounts department should you wish to terminate any lessons. The coach has to submit claims (to debit your account) by the first week of the month. All rates are subject to Government Service Tax and change without prior notice.

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Affiliated/Reciprocal Clubs

Domestic Golf Clubs

International Golf Clubs

Bukit Jambul Golf Club 2, Jalan Bukit Jambul, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Penang Tel : 04-644 2255 Fax: 04-646 0224 Email: bjcc@po.jaring.my Kelab Golf Putra P.O. Box 6, 01700 Kangar, Perlis. Tel : 04-976 9660 Fax : 04-976 9660 Kelab Kedah Darul Aman DiRaja Pumpong, 05250 Alor Setar, Kedah Darulaman Golf & Country Club Bandar Darulaman, P.O. Box 24, 06007 Jitra, Kedah Tel : 04-917 0001 Fax: 04-917 7890 Email: dgrb@tm.net.my Home Page: www.darulamanrealty.com.my/DGCR.htm Penang Turf Club Golf Section Jalan Batu Gantong, 10450 Penang. Tel : 04-226 6701 Fax : 04-226 6535 Kelab Golf DiRaja Perak Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, 31400, Ipoh, Perak. Tel : 05-547 3266 Fax : 05-545 5046 Seremban International Golf Club 3rd Mile, Jalan Kuala Pilah, P.O. Box 88, 70710, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan. Tel : 06-677 5787 / 06-677 5722 Fax : 06-677 2309 Ayer Keroh Country Club Km 14.5, Jalan Ayer Keroh, P.O. Box 232, 75750 Malacca, Tel: 06-233 2000 / 06-233 2001 Fax: 06-232 3578 Email: akccb@pd.jaring.my Home Page: www.akcc.com.my Royal Johor Country Club No. 3211 Jalan Larkin, 80200 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-223 9130 / 07-223 3322 Fax : 07-224 0729 Kelantan Golf & Country Club 5488 Jalan Hospital, 15200 Kota Bahru, Kelantan. Tel : 09-748 2102 Fax : 09-747 2918 Kelab Golf DiRaja Pahang P.O. Box 53, 25700 Kuantan, Pahang. Tel : 09-567 5811 Fax : 09-567 1170 Kinabalu Golf Club P. O. Box 10654, 88807 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Tel: 088-251615 / 234904 / 263162 Fax: 088 - 240166 / 232162 Email: kgcgolf@streamyx.com Home Page: www.borneo-online.com.my/kgc Sabah Golf & Country Club Reservoir Road Bukit Padang, P.O. Box 11876, 88820 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Tel: 088-247533 Fax: 088-225243 Sandakan Golf & Country Club P.O. Box 541, 90706 Sandakan, Sabah. Tel : 089-660557 Fax : 089-660584 Tawau Golf Club Jalan Kukusan, P.O. Box 697, 91008 Tawau, Sabah. Tel: 089-765 555, 772776 Fax: 089-762904 Email: kgkdt@pd.jaring.my Kelab Golf Kudat Jalan Urusetia Kudat, W. D. T. 18, 89059 Kudat, Sabah. Tel: 088-611002 Fax: 088-611003 Email: kgkdt@pd.jaring.my Miri Golf Club P.O. Box 101, 98107 Lutong, Sarawak. Tel : 085-416787 Fax : 085-417848 Kelab Golf Sarawak Petra Jaya, 93050 Kuching, Sarawak Tel: 082-440 966, 082-443 398 Fax: 082-441 733, 082-311 935 Email: info@kgswak.com Home Page: www.kgswak.com

Western Australian Golf Club Hayes Avenue, Mount Yokine, Perth, WA 6060, Australia Telephone: +61 8 9349 1988 Fax: +61 8 9344 4424 Email: admin@wagolfclub.com.au Home Page: www.wagolfclub.com.au Lake Karrinyup Golf Club North Beach Rd, PO Box 83, Karrinyup WA 6018 Telephone: +61 8 9422 8222 Fax: +61 8 9422 8282 Email: info@lkcc.com.au Home Page: www.lkcc.com.au Waverly Golf Club Ltd 82 Bergins Road,, Rowville, VIC 3178,, Melbourne, Australia Telephone: +61 3 9764 5144 Fax: +61 3 9764 3044 Email: manager@waverleygolfclub.com.au Home Page: www.waverleygolfclub.com.au The Grange Golf Club 2 Grange Road, Papatoetoe, Auckland, New Zealand Telephone: +64 9 278 9777 Fax: +64 9 278 6017 Email: damian@grangegolfclub.co.nz Home Page: www.grangegolfclub.co.nz Mount Maunganui Golf Club (Inc) 15 Fairway Avenue, Mount Maunganui 3030, New Zealand Telephone: +64 (07) 575 3889 Fax: +64 (07) 572 0341 Email: n.a Home Page: www.mountmaunganui.nzgolf.net Pantai Mentiri Golf Club KM 15 ˚, Jalan Kota Batu, P.S. 1646, Bandar Seri Begawan 1916, Negara Brunei Darussalam Telephone: +67 3 279 1021 / +67 3 279 2014 Fax: +67 3 279 0773 Email: infodesk@pantaimentirigolfclub.com Home Page: www.pantaimentirigolfclub.com The Hong Kong Golf Club P. O. Box 1, Shek Wu Hui Post Office, New Territories, Hong Kong Telephone: +85 2 2670 1211 (Fanling) +85 2 2812 7070 (Deep Water Bay) Fax: +85 2 2679 5183 (Fanling) +85 2 2812 7111 (Deep Water Bay) Email: enquiry@hkgolfclub.org Home Page: www.hkgolfclub.org Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club 139 Tai Au Mun Road , Clearwater Bay, New Territories, Hong Kong Telephone: +85 2 2335 3888 Fax: +85 2 2719 4102 Email: golf@cwbgolf.org Home Page: www.cwbgolf.org Jakarta Golf Club Jalan Rawamangun, Jakarta, Indonesia Telephone: +62 21 489 5107 /+62 21 489 0009 Fax: +62 21 489 1208 Bukit Darmo Golf Jalan Bukit Darmo Golf Blok G-2, Surabaya 60226, East Java, Indonesia Telephone: +62 31 732 5555 Fax: +62 31 731 6666 Email: bdgsby@bukitdarmogolf.com Home Page: www.bukitdarmogolf.com Valley Golf & Country Club Antipolo 1870, Rizal Phillippines, P.O. Box 706, Manila, Phillippines Telephone: 6658565- 7 Fax: 6651640 Baguio Country Club P.O. Box 8, South Drive, Baguio City 2600, Phillipines Telephone: (63-74) 619-2050 to 64 Fax: (63-74) 442-6501 / 442-7674 Email: baguiocountryclub@philwebinc.com Home Page: www.baguiocountryclub.com.ph Keppel Club Bukit Chermin Road, Singapore 109918 Telephone: (65) 6375 5569 to 71 Fax: (65) 6278 1448 Email: desmond@keppelclub.com.sg Home Page: www.keppelclub.com.sg Singapore Island Country Club 180 Island Club Road , Singapore 578774 Telephone: (65) 6459 2222 (Island), (65) 6466 2244 (Bukit) Fax: (65) 6458 3796 (Island), (65) 6466 9709 (Bukit) Email: enquiry@sicc.org.sg Home Page: www.sicc.org.sg Jurong Country Club 9 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609078 Telephone: (65) 6560 5655 Fax: (65) 6567 1900 Email: enquiry@jcc.org.sg Home Page: www.jcc.org.sg The Royal Bangkok Sports Club 1 Henri Dunant Street Pathumwan Bangkok 10330, Thailand Telephone: (662) 0 2652-5000-14, 0 2255-1420-7 Fax: (662) 0 2255-4158 Email: sportsclub@rbsc.org Home Page: www.rbsc.org Lakewood Golf Club South Mountain Jin Ding, Zhuhai, China Telephone: +86 (756) 338-3666 Fax: +86 (756) 339-3898 Email: membership@lakewoodclub.com Home Page: www.lakewoodclub.com Song Be Golf Resort 77 Binh Duong Boulevard, Lai Thieu Townlet, Thuan An District, Binh Duong Province, S. R. of Vietnam Tel: 84-0650-755802/3 Fax: 84-0650-755804 Email: info@songbegolf.com Website: www.songbegolf.com Home Page: www.lakewoodclub.com

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F&B Promotions

What’s New in F&B... To serve you better, we are currently scheduling some activities in the F&B section. Read on!

New Caterer for Eagle’s Nest

Emamnel Catering’s contract at the Eagle’s Nest ended on 31 March 2009 and, accordingly, a new tender exercise was conducted by the Club. At the end of the tender exercise, the contract for the dining hall was awarded to a new caterer from the Six Happiness Group of Restaurants. However, please note that the Eagle’s Nest restaurant will be closed from 1st- 29th April 2009 for renovations to be carried out by the House/Maintenance Sub-Committee. Note : The kitchen for the Eagle’s Nest has been found to be in a deplorable condition due to lack of proper maintenance of the premises and equipment in the past. As such, the kitchen is also closed for cleaning and servicing from 1st – 15th April 2009, before the new caterer takes over.

Catering Contracts at other Outlets The contract for the Japanese Restaurant expired on 31 March 2009 and the Committee has decided to call for a new tender for the Japanese Restaurant, as well as for the Poolside Terrace and Bilik Buaya. The Poolside Terrace contract is due to expire in May 2009, while operations at the Bilik Buaya are currently managed by the Club. Advertisements were published to invite qualified candidates to submit tenders for the Restaurant to provide the following authentic cuisines:i) Japanese ii) Malay iii) Indian iv) Western v) Nyonya/Peranakan vi) Fusion The purpose of having a variety of choices instead of just Japanese cuisine is to avoid having to advertise again should there be no taker to run the Japanese Restaurant. This will save time and speed up development. The F&B Sub-Committee is in the process of evaluating all tenders before making any recommendation to the Tender Board. In the meantime, the Japanese Restaurant will continue to operate until a decision has been made.

Renovation of Dewan Tunku

The Dewan Tunku is also undergoing renovation from 1st to 16th April 2009. We regret that functions will be disrupted during this period of closure. Once the renovation is completed, the Dewan Tunku will serve as an alternative dining hall from 23rd April 2009 onwards until such time the renovated Eagle’s Nest is re-opened.

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F&B Promotions

Hawkers’ Fair

Daily Delight at Golfers’ Terrace

Breakfast

Toast Roti Kaya & Butter / Nasi Lemak / French Toast with Coffee / Tea @ RM2.50

Steamboat

RM15.00 per person (min. of 5 pax) (Booking - 1 day in advance) MONDAY Soto Ayam Claypot “Lo See Fun” Claypot Chicken Rice TUESDAY Ipoh Kway Teow Chicken Porridge Claypot Chicken Rice WEDNESDAY Prawn mee Seafood Noodles Claypot Chicken Rice THURSDAY Mee Rebus Fish / Seafood Porridge Claypot Chicken Rice FRIDAY Curry Mee Fried “Lo See Fun” Claypot Chicken Rice SATURDAY Chicken Rice Claypot Seafood Noodles Claypot Chicken Rice Assam Laksa Lontong SUNDAY Chicken Rice Claypot Chicken Rice Sizzling “Yee Mee” Assam Laksa Lontong

RM4.50 RM6.00 RM6.00 (M) / RM9.00 (L)

Sample some delectable Malaysian favourites, from Dim Sum and Yong Tau Foo to tantalising Rojak and Indian fare!

Dim Sum

Daily (except Mondays) from 9.00 a.m. – 9.00 p.m.

RM4.50 RM6.00 RM6.00(M) / RM9.00(L) RM4.50 RM8.00 RM6.00(M) / RM9.00(L) RM4.50 RM8.00 RM6.00(M) / RM9.00(L) RM4.50 RM6.00 RM6.00(M) / RM9.00(L) RM4.50 RM7.50 RM6.00(M) / RM9.00(L) RM4.50 RM4.50 RM4.50 RM6.00(M) / RM9.00(L) RM8.00 RM4.50 RM4.50

All prices are subject to 5% Govt. Tax

Indian Food on the Menu

Daily from 7.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m. Special Lunch on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays Vege Briyani & Curry Crabs

Rojak & Sotong Kangkong Available weekends & public holidays only from 12.00 noon – 4.00 p.m.

Yong Tau Foo Daily from 7.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.

Italiano’s Pizza & Pasta

@ New Extension Monday - Friday 11.30 a.m. - 3.00 p.m. 5.30 p.m. - 10.00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 10.00 a.m. - 10.00 p.m.

The pizza was previously baked at the rear entrance to the Family Terrace. It is now moved to the newly extended pizza cooking area for safety reason.

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F&B Promotions

Happenings @ Bilik Buaya...

X’mas Eve Dinner

It was definitely a night to remember, 24th December 2008, when Bilik Buaya hosted a X’mas Eve Dinner for members of the Club. As early as 7.00 p.m., members started rolling in and by 8.30 p.m., the crowd had swelled to about 74 diners, all dressed and geared up for the night. On the night, diners had the chance to enjoy a delicious set meal of either Italian Goulash or Lamb Shank prepared by the Club’s own in-house caterer, Italianos, whereby the lamb shank took centre stage for the patrons. The ambience for the evening’s entertainment was set when Frankie Tan took to the stage to entertain members as they dined. 30 Berita Subang Compression by CVISION Technologies’ PdfCompressor. For Evaluation Purposes Only


Glenlivet

The

Promotion

There can be no doubt that a fun night was enjoyed by all when “The Glenlivet Promotion”, sponsored by Pernod Ricard, was held on 16 March 2009 at the Bilik Buaya. The cheery gathering was well-patronized by members.

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Look out for our regular promotions for wine/liquor/beer, and live band performances by popular artistes... Wednesday 8pm - 12 midnight Thursday 8pm - 12 midnight Sundays 6pm - 10pm

These three days have been temporarily scheduled for live band performances at the Bilik Buaya. The days will be reviewed depending on the response and availability of the bands.

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The Super Shuttle ...for Super Shots 7+(:25/'u6+,*+(6702,ŜŘŘŘ*

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SUPER MARAGING STEEL FACE The super maraging steel is adopted on the face for the longest distance with the toughest maraging steel and Tungsten on the sole for high trajectory and accurate shots.

INNOVATIVE BACK SIDE STRUCTURE The partially thinner structure generates higher clubhead speed. Enjoy a more forgiving shot as the weights to the rear of the head are trimmed to enhance that perfect shot.

POWER RIB HEAD

Power Ribs are allocated on the top and the inside sole of the head to create the optimum head hardness that is designed to withstand the shock on impact.

Introducing the New Shuttle i4000x, refined with super maraging steel and a Power Rib Head to ensure you that perfect shot of the fairway. Now going the distance has never been this easy. Launch it at your nearest Transview Golf outlet. NO 32, 1st Floor, Jalan Balapan 13/32, Seksyen 13, TADISMA BUSINESS PARK 40100 Shah Alam Selangor Darul Ehsan. T : 03-55132259 F : 03-55192259 E : golf@transviewgolf.com.my

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