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KOTA PERMAI CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS july-sept 2016 oasis permai • 1

Champions of 2016

message – club captain/club info


Mr.Tang Meng Loon Hello once again, my esteemed fellow members of Malaysia’s
Senior CLUB MANAGER best golf club!

Ms. Sheren Yong I know I may sound like a broken record but
Head of Accounts congratulations are due once again to KPGCC for being

Ms. Lee Ai Ling nominated as one of the Top 3 Best Golf Courses in Malaysia
HEAD OF GOLF for the 2016 Asian Golf Awards! The awards ceremony will
be staged this October during the Asia Pacific Golf
En. Ungku Ghazni Summit in Hua Hin, Thailand, and I am sure we will do
head of golf course well. To Mr Tang and his hardworking management
team, keep up the good work!
Mr. Lee Chee Keen I was glad to see the Club Championships take
HEAD OF FOOD & BEVERAGE place successfully in May. It was indeed heartening to

Mr. Jagatheesan witness the enthusiasm and exuberance of members, so thank you all for helping
HEAD OF SPORTS & RECREATION make KPGCC the amazing club that it is.

En. Ismail Ibrahim To the worthy winners, congratulations on your victories which I am sure are the
HEAD OF HR & ADMIN result of not only skill but much hard work and mental strength as well. And of course
to the management, on behalf of all members, thank you so much for the effort and
Ms. Jasmine Young dedication that went into making the 2016 Club Championships a truly memorable

Mr. Stephen Sinniah Speaking of golf events, one of my favourite ones is coming up – you guessed it,
HEAD OF marketing the annual Captain’s Trophy! This year’s event takes place on September 4, so please
come and join me for a great day of golfing and friendship in true KPGCC style!
Ms. Kong Ai Lin
While we are on the topic of golf, it gives me great pride to see that good etiquette
LIAISON COMMITTEE is now becoming second nature to KPGCC members. As members of the top golf club
Chairman in Malaysia, we should behave with dignity and decorum not only at KPGCC but at
Mr. Albert Loh Chee Wee other clubs as well, so please rake the bunkers at other clubs too!
Deputy Chairman
En. Ali Bakri Borhah Before I sign off, let me wish all Muslim members a blessed ‘Eid Mubarak’ and
Secretary Happy Holidays to everyone.
Mr.Yong Saul Pin
Liaison Committee – Golf Remember, drive safe on the fairways and highways!

Liaison Committee – Social

Mr. Eddie Tham Yeow Phing


Mr. Ng Say Hoe
Deputy & Disciplinary Committee

En. Imran Gulcharan Abdullah
Handicap Sub-Committee Chairman

Mr. Gilbert Low Kam Wong
Ladies Captain

Ms. Deborah Wong
Committee Members

Mr. Palsamy Mayalaga

En. Johanuddin Othman

Mr. Frankie Choo

Mr. Ng Oon Keat



Mr. Lim Ming Lee
Deputy Chairman

Mr. Charles Ong Theng Chiang
Committee Members

Mr. Ching Hong Seng

Mr. George Pua Siong Hui

Mr. Helsinki Lim San Sui

Mr. Desmond Lim Yee Han

Ms. Jueanne Tan Voon Kien


Mr.Tang Meng Loon

Ms. Sheren Yong

Ms. Kong Ai Lin

Mr. Nick Loh

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message – general manager/club info

general manager
Swimming Pool 7.00am – 9.00pm
Greetings KPGCCians and friends!
Wow … that’s the first thing that comes to mind when (Closed on Mondays)
Badminton 7.00am – 10.00pm
I look back at the KPGCC Club Championships in May.
Not only was the standard of play amazing but, Tennis & Squash 7.00am – 10.00pm
once again, the organising committee and operations
staff have outdid themselves in what has truly become Table-tennis 7.00am – 10.00pm
the best club championship in the country – so kudos
to all for their commitment and dedication for Gymnasium 7.00am – 10.00pm
successfully organising the event.
Driving Range 7.00am – 12.00am
My heartiest congratulations to Men’s Champion
William Cheah, Senior Champion Khoo Gee Seng and Pro Shop 7.30am – 8.00pm
Ladies Champion Chong Yong for their outstanding
performances. We witnessed some outstanding golf (Tuesdays – Sundays)
but more importantly, the event once again drew tremendous response from Sports Shop 10.00am – 9.00pm
members. Thank you so much for your support and participation. Also, our utmost
appreciation to all the sponsors for their kind contributions which went a long way Health Centre 10.00am – 11.00 pm
towards making the championships a huge success.
RestfoRest Pub 4.30pm – 12.00am
As some of you may know, our budding golf talent Raeysha Surendran recently
won the 30th KGC Amateur Open at Kinabalu Golf Club in Sabah. Well done, (Closed on Sundays)
Raeysha, and keep the KPGCC flag flying high!
Golfers’ Terrace
KPGCC is about more than just golf and I am happy to see other sports events 11.00am – 7.00pm (Mondays)
going from strength to strength. Congratulations to the winners of the recent 6.30am – 9.00pm (Tuesdays - Sundays)
swimming and badminton championships and thank you to all the participants.
I truly laud the excellent sportsmanship and camaraderie displayed during the Poolside Café
events. 8.30am – 9.30pm (Weekends & Public Holidays)
11.30am – 9.30pm (Tuesdays - Fridays)
I’m sure many of you watched the recent US Open where Dustin Johnson won
despite being penalised a stroke for causing his ball to move on the fifth green. Chinese Restaurant
If you want to learn more about the Rules of Golf, sign up for the R&A’s Level 1 11.30am – 2.30pm & 6.00pm – 10.30pm
Rules School on July 16 at KPGCC organised by the management and golf
committee. I strongly urge all golfers to participate so they can learn the basic (Mondays - Fridays)
rules of golf, which will be useful in daily play – especially when you are betting! 10.30am – 2.30pm & 6.00pm – 10.30pm

I’m proud to announce that KPGCC has been nominated in the Malaysia’s (Saturdays)
Best Golf Course category of the World Golf Awards 2016, so please spare some of 9.30am – 2.30pm & 6.00pm – 10.30pm
your precious time to cast a vote for your beloved club.
(Sundays & Public Holidays)
While we continue to earn accolades and awards, rest assured that course
improvements will continue unabated. Recently, landscape enhancements have contact Us
been made at Hole 7 teebox and Hole 13 drink hut area to improve the visual General Line 03-5122 3700
aesthetics. We have also constructed new teeboxes on Hole 7 and installed Duty Manager 012-228 3700
additional subsoil drainage on the 12th fairway to further enhance the course General Manager (ext 106)
conditions. Club Manager (ext 115)
Golf Manager (ext 164)
Off the course, we have added an air purifier and installed a new rubberised Golf Counter (ext 101/102)
floor mat in the gym for members’ enjoyment. Sports Counter (ext 133)
Banquet (ext 122)
Finally, I warmly wish all our Muslim members ‘Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri’ and Golfers’Terrace (ext 125)
to those who are travelling to ‘balik kampung’, drive safe and have a wonderful Chinese Restaurant (ext 126)
celebration! Poolside Café (ext 127)
Golf Academy (ext 160)
Tang Meng Loon Membership (ext 140)
Accounts (ext 138)
HR & Admin (ext 143)

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july-sept 2016 oasis permai • 3

june monthly medal

Action-Packed Outing

June 5 proved to be a wonderful golf outing for KPGCC
golfers as they came together for a lovely morning tee-off at
our scenic course. The strokeplay event, played in pleasant
weather conditions, eventually saw Mohd Isa Abas being
named the Overall Gross winner, while the A, B and C Medal
categories were won by Lio Chee Hong, Loo Chay Leong and
Thum Kam Yew respectively. Over in the Ladies category,
it was Gan Meng Fung who claimed top spot.


Placing Name Hcp Score
12 66
Winner Lio Chee Hong 11 68
10 70
1st Runner-Up Johanuddin Othman 12 71
10 72
2nd Runner-Up Charlie Lau Thean Chye

4th Ng Thin Poh

5th Mohd Ariff Mohd Shukry


Placing Name Hcp Score
14 70 ocb
Winner Loo Chay Leong 16 70
13 71
1st Runner-Up Kok Hong Wai 16 74 ocb
13 74
2nd Runner-Up Heng Gu Wei

4th Tan Shye Chong

5th Tee Tuan Leong

C MEDAL A Medal champion Lio Chee Hong receiving the winner's trophy from GM Tang

Placing Name Hcp Score
22 68
Winner Thum Kam Yew 22 72 ocb
23 72
1st Runner-Up Tung Beng Lee 20 73 ocb
22 73
2nd Runner-Up Eric Liew Poh Foh

4th Shafi’aee Hassan

5th Koe Soo Seong


Placing Name Hcp Score

Winner Gan Meng Fung 22 64

1st Runner-Up Ellyza Lee Seu Eng 18 69

2nd Runner-Up Deborah Wong Moey Hua 16 70

Overall Gross

Placing Name Hcp Score
5 75
Winner Mohd Isa Abas

Always a good time on course!

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april Monthly Medal

Magnificent Duo

The morning of April 10 saw clusters of eager golfers
coming together for a game of 2-Ball Better Ball. After
an engaging day out on the course complemented
by lovely sunny weather, the pair of Ho Siew Choong
and Ng Siew Kee topped the standings with 48 points
on countback. The first runners-up were the pair of
Dato’ Nigel Ng Meow Giak and Tan Siew Koon, while
coming in third were Albert Loh Chee Wee and
Norshid Ali on a score of 47 on countback.

Placing Player Hcp Points

1 Ho Siew Choong 23 48 ocb
Ng Siew Kee 20

2 Dato’ Nigel Ng Meow Giak 10 48

Tan Siew Koon 17

 3 Albert Loh Chee Wee 24 47 ocb
Norshid Ali 19

 4 Sallehudin Othman 8 47

Mohd Roslee Abdul Ghani 12

5 Ching Wee Chun 14 46 ocb
Ng Kok Keong 10

 6 Kevin Chan Chee Chun 12 46 ocb GM Tang flanked by winning duo Ho Siew Choong and Ng Siew Kee
Chan Heng Voen 8

7 Frankie Choo 8 46 ocb
Khoo Gee Seng 8

8 Soo Sa Tiong 18 46
Alan Chong Chek Fei 4

Geared for fun!

july-sept 2016 oasis permai • 5

media golf

Jolly Good Time

One for the album!

L-R Senior Club Manager Sheren Yong, Gamuda Berhad Director Flights ready for tee-off
Dato Goon Heng Wah, Imran Mohd Nor (champion) and GM Tang Mingling over fine food and drinks

Played on May 25, the Media Golf tournament saw a turn-out of
74 golfers representing the print and electronic media, along with
guests as they took on KPGCC’s stimulating course.

The golfers teed off at 8am that lovely Wednesday morning,
and at the end of play, an elated Imran Mohd Nor – playing off a
14 handicap – topped the Media category with 38 points.
In second and third spots respectively were Yazid Abd Mahat
and Aziz Abd Hassan with 36 points on countback.

Over in the Invitational category, 12-handicapper Frankie Choo
emerged the winner with 38 points. Second and third spots had to
be determined via countback as both Imran Gulcharan and
Roy Chandra scored 36 points, with the latter settling in third.


Placing Name Hcp Points
14 38
Winner Imran Mohd Nor 13 36 ocb
17 36 ocb
1st Runner-Up Yazid Abd Mahat

2nd Runner-Up Aziz Abd Hassan


Placing Name Hcp Points
12 38
Winner Frankie Choo 8 36 ocb
11 36 ocb
1st Runner-Up Imran Gulcharan

2nd Runner-Up Roy Chandra

Awesome prizes!

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golf committee chairman message/world golf awards

Message from the Greetings to all members! I hope all of Next, with regard to club events, KPGCC members
you have been enjoying our beautiful now no longer need to register for tournaments in
golf committee course and in the process improving your person at the Golf Counter; instead you can do so
Chairman scores whilst reconnecting with old friends, online. It is quite a good system, so do take
business associates or fostering new advantage of it. We hope this easy, convenient system
relationships. will get more and more members to participate in our
golf events as our tournaments always show golf
As you all know, the club held the aficionados a great time out on the course.
highly-anticipated Club Championships in
the month of May. It was altogether an Speaking of our course, I urge all members to
outstanding affair with our talented seriously be more conscientious while treading it on
members showing off their fairway skills, your rounds. Smoking is strictly prohibited on the
at the same time building more confidence in their course – please help adhere to this rule, and help
game and inspiring others. Congratulations to the protect our greens.
Men, Senior and Ladies Champions! You all did an
amazing job out there! Also, I would like to thank Also, a player should ensure that any turf cut or
each and every one of you who had participated in displaced by him/her is replaced at once, pressed
the annual events. Of course, a huge ‘thanks’ goes down, and sanded by their caddies. Ball marks must
out to the management for putting together such be carefully repaired on sight. Damage to the putting
wonderfully-organised championships – and for green caused by golf shoe spikes should be repaired
making available a variety of lucky draw prizes and on completion of the hole.
providing lovely entertainment in the form of a live
band performance during the prize-presentation In closing, I would like to wish all Muslim members
and dinner. 'Selamat Hari Raya'!



in the following category:
Malaysia's Best Golf Course

july-sept 2016 oasis permai • 7

Senior Club Championship

Seniors Keep Shining On

The 2016 Senior Club Championship, played amidst lovely,
sunny conditions from May 7-8, rounded up 76 senior golfers
eager to show off their fairway aptitude.

At the end of play, it was last year’s winner Khoo Gee Seng
who clinched the Gross title again – with a two-day total of 157,
six shots ahead of runner-up Abdul Razak Yahya. Third place
went to 11-handicapper Gilbert Low Kam Wong, with a total of

In the Nett category, Wong Fook Long claimed the top prize
with a two-day total of 139. In second place just one shot
behind was Lok Ming Fatt, while Mohamad Fawzi settled for
third spot on 141.

Senior Gross Name Hcp Score

Placing Khoo Gee Seng 8 157 (81-76)
1st Runner-Up Abdul Razak Yahya 9 163 (80-83)
2nd Runner-Up
Gilbert Low Kam Wong 11 164 (85-79)

Senior nett Name Hcp Score Winner Khoo Gee Seng, a picture of joy!
Wong Fook Long 17 139 (70-69)
Placing Lok Ming Fatt 23 140 (71-69)
Champion Mohamad Fawzi 24 141 (66-75)
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up

I am the champ! Ready for fun in the sun!

Lim Hoi Seng, Best Dressed – Day 1 Gilbert Low Kam Wong, In the heat of action!
Best Dressed – Day 2

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Ladies Club Championship

Women Rock The Fairways

Played from May 7-8, the 2016 Ladies Club Championship
proved to be an outstanding showcase of golfing prowess,
backed by hardy perseverance and a never-say-die attitude.

A total of 14 KPGCC lady golfers came together for a
morning tee-off, taking to the fairways in bright sunny
conditions. At the end of play, 2-handicapper Chong Yong
clinched the Gross title with a two-day total of 148.
Second-place honours went to last year’s winner
Raeysha Surendran, who scored a two-day total of 155.
In third place was Dato Azlina with a score of 166.

In the Nett category, meanwhile, Judy Kong Keng Joo
topped the standings with a total of 147, while five shots
behind was Ellyza Lee Seu Eng. Settling for third spot was
Yong Soo Kuan, who scored a total of 156.


Placing Name Hcp Score
Champion Chong Yong 2 148 (73-75)
5 155 (81-74)
1st Runner-Up Raeysha Surendran 7 166 (76-90)

2nd Runner-Up Dato’ Azlina


Placing Name Hcp Score
Champion Judy Kong Keng Joo 16 147 (70-77)
19 152 (72-80)
1st Runner-Up Ellyza Lee Seu Eng 26 156 (79-77)

2016 Ladies champ Chong Yong 2nd Runner-Up Yong Soo Kuan

Ok, stop right there! Chong Yong, Fong Poh Choo,
Best Dressed – Day 1 Best Dressed – Day 2

Girls just want to have fun! Raeysha strategising her next shot Girl Power!

july-sept 2016 oasis permai • 9

Men’s Club Championship

Thrilling From Start To Finish

Always a hit with KPGCC members, the annual Club Champ William Cheah flanked by GM Tang and Golf Committee Chairman
Championships brought together golf enthusiasts for some riveting Ng Say Hoe
golfing action in the month of May.

The highly-anticipated Men’s Club Championship was played
from May 13-15, just a week after the Senior and Ladies
Championships. It featured 108 of the club’s most talented golfers
eager to take to the fairways and give it their best shot.

The event, which was played based on Strokeplay format,
saw the golfers teeing off on a pleasant morning as they showed
off their golfing aptitude around KPGCC’s gorgeously-maintained

It was 5-handicapper William Cheah who eventually claimed
the champion’s trophy – and the ‘Green Jacket’ – with a three-day
gross total of 232. In second place was Jimmy Chia Kee Joo, who
was three strokes behind, while Foo Hwa Peng settled for third
place with a score of 237.

Meanwhile in the Nett category, it was 11-handicapper
Chew Kek Kuen who clinched pole position, carding a three-day
score of 216. In second spot was Charlie Lau Thean Chye, three
points behind, while third place went to Wong Yuen Teck,
who scored 222.

The prize presentation ceremony on the 18th green saw the
Men’s, Senior and Ladies Champions being presented with their
customary green jackets, made even more special by the
presence of good friends and fellow golfers who were on hand to
cheer on the winners.

Congratulations to all the Champions – we look forward to
another sensational edition next year!


Placing Name Hcp Score
Champion William Cheah 5 232 (81-74-77)
4 235 (76-82-77)
1st Runner-Up Jimmy Chia Kee Joo 3 237 (84-76-77)

2nd Runner-Up Foo Hwa Peng

nett Name Hcp Score

Placing Chew Kek Kuen 11 216 (76-67-73)
1st Runner-Up Charlie Lau Thean Chye 11 219 (73-75-71)
2nd Runner-Up
Wong Yuen Teck 13 222 (72-79-71) William Cheah celebrating his win with fellow golfers

Great golf outing! Reading the line
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Men’s Club Championship

Eric Bong, Best Dressed – Day 1 Dzahaman, Best Dressed – Day 2 Loo Chay Leong, Best Dressed – Day 3

Ready for a jolly good time! Good shot!

july-sept 2016 oasis permai • 11

Club Championships Prize-Presentation & Dinner

Exceptionally Electrifying!

The 2016 Club Championships concluded with a
Prize-Presentation & Dinner which saw everyone
having an enjoyable time mingling with each other
whilst indulging in a delightful buffet feast prepared
by KPGCC’s skilled chef.

The highlight of the evening certainly was the
prize and trophy presentation to the Champions of

Celebrating champions! (L-R) Ng Say Hoe, Ladies champ Chong Yong, Men's champ
William Cheah, Senior champ Khoo Gee Seng, GM Tang and Sheren Yong

A night of fun with good pals Lovely ladies in blue
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social committee chairman message/14th KPGCC Swimming Championship

Message from the Firstly, I would like to wish all Muslim and winning attitude. To those who failed to bring
members of KPGCC ‘Selamat Hari Raya’. their A-game on course, don’t lose heart – remember,
social committee May all of you be blessed with plenty of the important thing is not to win but to participate.
Chairman cheer, good health and prosperity this
auspicious season and through the The Club had recently carried out some minor
coming year. refurbishment to various sporting venues. Surfaces of
the tennis courts have been improved, the squash
In the last few months, we have court has been repainted and new starting blocks
coordinated a few sporting events. for the swimming pool have been installed.
In May, the highly-anticipated Annual
Club Championships were successfully We are also actively addressing some pertinent
organised – ie the Senior and Ladies Club issues that had been brought to our attention with
Championships in early May, followed by the regard to the gymnasium. As a result, the gym now
Men’s Club Championship a week later. has a new rubberised floor matt, sanitisers, air
I’m happy to say that the number of participants purifiers, etc. However, unauthorised entry, improper
for these events have been on a steady rise – year attire and inappropriate handling of gym equipment
on year. This is extremely encouraging as it clearly are still issues that have yet to be taken care of.
demonstrates that our members aren’t just social I truly hope that all members will abide by the rules
players, but are also active competitors. and regulations with regard to the care of the
I wish to congratulate the Men’s, Ladies and gymnasium to ensure the safety of all.
Senior champions for their outstanding performance.
May you keep on inspiring others with your aptitude I'd like to take this opportunity to wish all Muslim
members 'Selamat Hari Raya'!

Lim Ming Lee

KPGCC Swim Team – Fearless
& Determined

The 14th edition of the KPGCC Swimming Championship, held on
April 17, proved to be an outstanding success with a whole load of
swimmers from the KPGCC Swim Team bagging top spots in various
events that were competed, such as the 50m Freestyle, 50m Backstroke,
50m Breaststroke, 50m Butterfly, 100m Freestyle and 100m Breaststroke.

With participants from other teams, such as Seremban 2
Swimming Club (S2SC), Klang Executive Club (KEC) and SWP being
represented, this year’s edition was an impressive test of endurance
and skill for our young, determined swimmers. Well done,Team KPGCC!

A highly gifted bunch – the pride of KPGCC

CATEGORY GROUP/ AGE AGE 8 & u nder AGE 9 -10 AGE 11 - 12 AG E 13 - 14 AGE 15 - 17

50M FRE ESTYLEG IBORYLSS Yap Rong Yi Chong Zheng Yew U Chun Yin MuhD Arif Amir Husain Wang Jin Jun
Chong Yi Shin
Anis Nur Sorfina Hassan Jayna Goh Yi Qi Chen Shin-Ni Meera Kumaran

50M BRE ASTROKGE IBORYLSS Yap Rong Yi Chong Zheng Yew Muhd Mohd Nor Hisham Luqman Mohamad Ali Javen Tan Xia-Zhe

Anis Nur Sorfina Hassan Jayna Goh Yi Qi Cherilynn Pua Jia En Chen Shin-Ni –

5 0M BAC KSTROKGE I BORYLSS Yap Rong Yi Chong Zheng Yew U Chun Yin Muhd Haziq Azwan Pneh Lib Kai
Chong Yi Shin
Anis Nur Sorfina Hassan Jayna Goh Yi Qi Chen Shin-Ni Meera Kumaran

5 0M BU TTERFLY G IBORYLSS Yap Rong Yi Muhd FayyadAminuddin U Chun Yin MuhD Arif Amir Husain Chong Yi Siang

Anis Nur Sorfina Hassan Jayna Goh Yi Qi Cherilynn Pua Jia En Natasha Ngan Shan Wei Meera Kumaran

1 00M FR EESTYLGE IBORYLSS Yap Rong Yi Chong Zheng Yew U Chun Yin Muhd Haziq Azwan Chia Vern Kye

Anis Nur Sorfina Hassan Jayna Goh Yi Qi Cherilynn Pua Jia En Chen Shin-Ni

1 00M BR EASTROGKE I BORYLSS Hoo Ming Zhe Chong Zheng Yew Muhd Mohd Nor Hisham Luqman Mohamad Ali Lai Wenhang

Anis Nur Sorfina Hassan Jayna Goh Yi Qi Chong Yi Shin Natasha Ngan Shan Wei –

INDIVIDU AL 200MGMEDLEIY BORYLSS U Chun Yin Muhd Haziq Azwan Chia Vern Kye

Cherilynn Pua Jia En Natasha Ngan Shan Wei –


july-sept 2016 oasis permai • 13

ramadan charity event

Message Of Love Through

Group shot

Club officials along with PEYAKIN representatives

With Hari Raya just around the them totally captivated. Senior Club Manager Sheren Yong and GM Tang
corner and in hopes of spreading KPGCC committee members handing hamper to En Wan of PEYAKIN
love and cheer in the spirit of the Welcoming the special guests
Muslim celebration, KPGCC played were also present during the
the gracious host to a total of 36 dinner, chatting with the children
underprivileged children from whilst gifting the delighted kids
Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Yatim with Hari Raya packets and
Miskin Klang (PEYAKIN). goodie bags.

The evening of June 14 saw the The charity event was part of
kids, whose age ranged between the club’s Corporate Social
13 and 17 years old, treated to a Responsibility initiatives, which also
sumptuous buffet dinner at the serves to spread festive joy to the
Poolside Pavilion. Not only that, less fortunate by giving and
they were also kept entertained sharing. Such charity drives have
with a magic show, which had become a hallmark of the club as
part of its CSR drive since 2008.

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ramadan charity event


L-R Senior Club Manager Sheren Yong, GM Tang, committee members KPGCC committee members Desmond and Jueanne
Ali Bakri and Deborah handing out Raya packets to the children distributing goodie bags to the kids

Happy faces Celebrating birthdays of June babies!

Kids enjoying the magic show

Great goodies! Thank you, KPGCC! Abracadabra! Senior Club Manager Sheren Yong posing
with the girls of PEYAKIN

july-sept 2016 oasis permai • 15

liaison committee chairman message/Badminton Championship

Message from the Good day, fellow Members! I hope all of maintained, improved and/or enhanced. New air
you are in the best of health. purifiers have been installed at the gymnasium,
liaison committee and soon rubberised flooring will be installed at the
Chairman It’s hard to believe we have already weights section.  
passed the year's half-way mark – time
indeed flies when you’re having fun! Next, we move on to sports and social activities.
Golfers, please note that the course is Of late, numerous events have been organised by
currently undergoing maintenance to get the club such as tennis, squash and badminton
the greens to be of the highest standard interclub matches to help foster friendships and
as possible; play will thus be affected for expand your network with members of other
a while. The firmness and speed of our greens are a clubs. You are all encouraged to support these
hallmark of our course, and the maintenance crew events by participating as this will only prove
strives to preserve its status as one of the best in this beneficial to you in the long run.
Aside from the commendable effort and focus Lastly, I would like to take this opportunity to wish
given to golf course maintenance, the management all our Muslim members ‘Selamat Berpuasa’ and
is also making sure our club sports facilities are ‘Selamat Hari Raya’!

albert loh

Superb Showdown

Held from May 6-8, the 2016 Badminton Championship saw pumped-up shuttlers eager to
battle it out on our courts as they vied for top spots in their respective events.

Men’s Doubles Open (MDO)

C hampions Khoo Say Lock 8 + 1 pts
R unners-Up Khoo Boon How 8 pts
Hew Sin Mee
Semi-Finalists Tony Wong
Terence Eng
Helsinki Lim
Wong Chak Yee
Dave Tan

Men’s Doubles Combined Age 90 & Above (MD90)

C hampions CK Lim 4 + 1 pts What a fantastic showdown!
Lim San For 4 pts

Runners-Up Helsinki Lim Men’s Singles Open (MSO)
Khoo Ong

Yap Kah Hin Champion Khoo Boon How 8 pts
Terence Eng Runner-Up Amri Yie 6 pts
Semi-Finalists S emi-Finalists Willy Tan
Danny See Tony Wong 6 pts
Wong Voon Chien 4 pts

Men’s Doubles Combined Age 100 & Above (MD100) Ladies’ Doubles Open (LDO)

C hampions Khoo Say Lock 8 pts Champions Wong Mee Hai
Khoo Ong 6 pts Chan Kam Sim

R unners-Up Goh Say Ban R unners-Up Jovince Lim
William Koo Phua May Ling

Yap Kah Hin Lina
Semi-FinaliDsts  SiamnonnyTSaene Semi-Finalists Ching Li Li
Nicole Thum
Chan Tat Kong

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Tennis Friendly: KPGCC vs Jade Hills Resorts/1st ASUM/NSC/MILO/MADWAVE Junior Swim Splash 2016

Time Flies When You're Having Fun!

The tennis community of Group shot
KPGCC organised its second
friendly for 2016 against sister KPGCC JADE HILLS SCORE
club Jade Hills Resorts (based 8–3
in Kajang) on April 16. EK Lim / Sebastian Eng Dato / Azahar 2–8
KPGCC played host to Scott Hsu / Raymond Chai Shahil / Azlan 8–1
Dato Sahak and his Jade Hills 4–8
tennis warriors; all 12 of them Alex Ong / Goh Reza / Kelvin 3–8
turned up brimming with 8–4
enthusiasm and heaps of Dr Lim / KY Pun Haziq / Azim 8–5
energy ready to kick it off. 8–1
Following a quick photo Chang / Wong Kelvin / Masoudi 5–2
session to memorialize the
event, the all-men doubles match started at around 4.00pm and Alvin / Gabriel Reza / Azlan
featured a total of 8 ‘pro sets’.
Darren / Alex Zaf / Saiful
It was a Saturday filled with action and fun with competitors from
both clubs displaying great sportsmanship whilst showing off their Alvin / Dr Lim Azahar / Azlan
skills on our courts. The weather had held up well, allowing almost all
matches to be completed – before the clouds opened up around KY Pun / Sebastian Haziq / Masoudi
6.30pm and suspended play of the final event.
Chang / Wong Albert / Reza
After some impressive forehands, backhands, serves and aces,
KPGCC emerged victorious this time around. Congrats Team KPGCC!

The evening concluded with a poolside dinner as the players
enjoyed a fantastic spread as well as each other’s company.

Lil’ Swimmers, Big Splash

Juniors with their swim coaches Overall Champs Jayden & Eunice

Held at Kompleks Renang Kuala Lumpur on March 12-13, Other proud medallists include Henry Goh, who captured
the 1st ASUM/NSC/MILO/MADWAVE Junior Swim Splash one gold (meet record), one silver and three bronze medals, as
competition saw passionate swimmers from across the country well as Yap Rong Yi, who bagged one bronze. Swimmers such
battle it out for swimming glory. as Yap Inn She and Cherilynn Pua also contributed valuable
winning points towards the overall ranking of the swim teams,
The event, which pooled together 722 young swimmers with Team KPGCC finishing in the Top 6.
(age 12 & below) from 24 teams, brought out the best in
KPGCC’s junior swimmers who showed off their aquatic The meet was also highly memorable in that Team KPGCC’s
prowess, especially in the ‘8 & Under’ age-group category. youngest swimmer,Yap Inn Xuan (age 5), completed her first
official race with a respectable personal best time.
Jayden Goh Li Jie and Eunice Pua Jia Hui (both age 7)
made a clean sweep in their age category events, winning five Our swim coaches were also delighted that our young
gold medals each. They were also crowned the Overall swimmers were able to create/break their personal best times
Champions in their category. With this significant success, they in spite of the extreme heat during the day as well as night.
each also created five meet records.
Bravo, Team KPGCC! Keep it up!

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tee talk


In addressing the ball, there is a best nearer than the right foot to the line of your swing, the feeling we want you to
stance for every shot in golf, and the flight. This stance is assumed when achieve is by rolling the inside of your left
stance may vary from player to player. desiring to draw or hook the ball. foot over to the inside of your right foot
There are three types of stances in golf: which is braced.
Square, Closed and Open. Open stance
The Open stance has the left foot drawn This movement is minimal, yet very
Square stance back farther away from the line of flight important as it will initiate the cycle of
The Square stance is that in which both than the right foot. This stance is best establishing the proper reaction in your
feet are equally distanced from the line utilised to fade or slice the ball to the swing in the correct sequences.
of flight which is the imaginary line right of your intended target.
between the ball and the target. This is
your basic standard stance which is In addressing the ball, the heels Wong Hon Mun
recommended for overall control. should be placed at approximately the Teaching Professional
width of the shoulders. The weight should
Closed stance be distributed evenly from the ball to the
The Closed stance has the left foot heel of the feet. Now as we begin to start

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know the rules/KGC Amateur Open Golf ChampionshiP


with deborah wong

Why Learn The Rules Of Golf

To enjoy the great game of golf, all • S tepping stone to becoming a • D o not arrive late for tee times
players need to be aware of three Referee (Those who aspire to • H it only when golfers ahead are out
important facets of the game – Keeping advance to Level 2 or Level 3,
Pace, Rules of Golf and Etiquette. It is for ultimately to qualify as a Rules of range
these very reasons that the Golf Official) • Be ready to play when it is your time
Committee will be organising the R&A’s
Level 1 Rules School on July 16, • A void conflicts and unpleasant to hit
conducted by well-qualified and arguments on and off the golf course • D o not stand behind a player or
experienced Rules Officials from the MGA
to raise the level of such awareness • Save time and not delay the game make noise while they are taking their
amongst club members. • Know options to get out of difficult shot
• Avoid stepping on another player’s
Level 1 Rules School is an introductory situations (eg hazard, lost balls, OB, putting line
rules seminar that covers Etiquette, the etc) • Keep pace with the group in front of
Quick Guide to the Rules of Golf and the • K now how and where to drop a ball you at all times
Definitions section of the Rules of Golf. under the Rules • R epair your own ball marks and
This is held over the course of one day • A void signing for an incorrect others
with a mix of presentations, on-course scorecard or DQ • W alk briskly between shots and be
practical sessions followed by a short • Play with integrity and honesty and ready to play when it is your turn
exam. Participants could learn the basics being fair to others  • Watch other player’s balls to avoid
and most-commonly-encountered Rules • Avoid violating a simple Rule, which time spent looking for lost balls
of Golf to be used in daily play. may shock and upset
others • C ompliment good shots,
Many of you may ask why learn the • Knowing the Rules make yourself fun to be
Rules. I have been a Rules Instructor for and using them can with and to play with.
the MGA for the past four years and make the game more
have conducted numerous Level 1 and fun. Yes, there are many
Level 2 Rules School seminars for different other important lessons
groups of golfers coming from various The Rules Seminar you can learn from the
golfing fraternities. The following are some also focuses on pace of experienced instructors
of the attendees’ reasons for taking time play and golf etiquette so who will be using video clips
out of their busy schedules to attend the that you don’t annoy or and course demonstration,
Rules schools: upset fellow golfers; some so why wait, head to the
common ones are: golf counter to sign up for
it now.

Raeysha Conquers
Amateur Open In KK

Raeysha Surendran conquered her nerves to clinch the Ladies Overall title
during the 30th KGC Amateur Open Golf Championship, which was played
at Kinabalu Golf Club in Sabah.

The 17-year-old, whose coach Duncan Moodie passed away suddenly on
March 2 (after contracting leptospirosis and malaria), managed to keep her
emotions in check throughout the three-day tourney to finish with a 240 total
(78-83-79), beating Jackie Glen Nickel by six shots (81-88-77) with Rokia Daud
coming in third on a total of 255 (88-82-85).

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f&B – tai thong

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F&B – poolside café

Let your taste buds delight in authentic, skilfully prepared, mouth-watering Asian fare at the
Poolside Café as you soak in the ‘chillaxing’ ambience.


Nasi Goreng Tomyam MEMBER RM15.90 nett Sup Ayam Berempah MEMBER RM15.90 nett
with Ayam Goreng visitor RM19.90 nett with Nasi Putih visitor RM19.90 nett


Nasi Ayam Penyet With MEMBER RM15.90 nett Sizzling Yee Mee MEMBER RM15.90 nett
Condiments visitor RM19.90 nett visitor RM19.90 nett


Sup Kambing Berempah MEMBER RM15.90 nett Paprik Campur MEMBER RM15.90 nett
Merah with Nasi Putih visitor RM19.90 nett with Nasi Putih visitor RM19.90 nett

22 • oasis permai july-sept 2016 Prices quoted are inclusive of 6% Goods & Services Tax

f&B – golfers' terrace

Looking to re-fuel and recharge? Head to the Golfer’s Terrace and tantalise your palate
with delightful flavours that’ll have you coming back for more.


Indonesian Stir Fried MEMBER RM12.00 nett Indonesian MEMBER RM18.40 nett
Noodle visitor RM15.00 nett Curry Chicken visitor RM23.00 nett


Mutton Varuval MEMBER RM22.40 nett Puthina Chicken MEMBER RM18.40 nett
visitor RM28.00 nett visitor RM23.00 nett

Crepes With Red Bean Paste MEMBER RM10.40 nett Guangdong Duck MEMBER RM20.00 nett
with Vanilla Ice Cream visitor RM13.00 nett With Mango Salsa visitor RM25.00 nett
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Prices quoted are inclusive of 6% Goods & Services Tax

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