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Published by TPC Kuala Lumpur, 2019-01-04 03:48:41

Signature (January 2019) Issue #29

Signature is an electronic magazine that will be email out to all TPC Kuala Lumpur members. The readership profile comprises Captains of Industries, Senior Corporate Executives, Professionals, Travel Agents, Golf Clubs, and Reciprocal Clubs overseas.

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January 2019 Issue 28 EXCLUSIVELY FOR MEMBERS KDN: PQ/PP7738/2017(031989)
CO.REG.NO 196581-v

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NOTICE

In line with our efforts towards a greener and Eco-friendly future, TPC
Kuala Lumpur has made it compulsory for all members to receive
E-statement only, effective 1 January 2019 onwards.

We would like to encourage all members to update your email at the
membership department.

Kindly note that for members who still wish to receive the hard copy bill,
there will be a nominal monthly fee of RM2.

Effective 1 January 2019 onwards, the Membership monthly subscription
fee will be revised by 5%. Hence, the new rates are as follow:

Standard member : RM328.05
Term (Social) member : RM156.25
Family Golf Privilege : RM141.70 / pax

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CLUB OFFICIALS / COMMITTEE

SIGNATURE is a monthly CLUB PRESIDENT CORPORATE GOLF
Tun Musa Hit am Nor Anita Shaharin
newsletter published by TPC Kuala Direct Line 03 – 2011 9107
Lumpur. No part of this bulletin CLUB CAPTAIN
can be reproduced in part or whole Dato’ Mustafa Mohd Ali PR & COMMUNICATIONS
without prior written consent from Loh Chyi Jen
TPC Kuala Lumpur. E D I T O R I A L Direct Line 03 – 2011 9211
Lim Joo Eey
TPC Kuala Lumpur welcomes the F I N A N C E
submission of articles, comments LIAISON COMMITTEE Syahrina Karim
and contributions from Members. Donny Kwa Soo Chuan Direct Line 03 – 2011 9131
However, we reserve the right to Anthony Tong Fook Hin
edit all materials in accordance Captain Azlan Bin Mohd Isa HR & ADMINISTRATION
with our publication guidelines. Paul Ong Teng Kek Azhan Abdul Kadir
The views of our contributors do Mohamad Bin Ismail Direct Line 03 – 2011 9112
not necessarily reflect or represent
those of TPC Kuala Lumpur. DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE FA C I L I T I E S
Abdul Murad Che Chik Amiruddin Mohamad Nazar
For more information on Dato’ Sulaiman Yusof Direct Line 03 – 2011 9154
advertisements in the SIGNATURE, Aru Chellappan
suggestions and submissions of FOOD & BEVERAGE
news, please e-mail to HANDICAP COMMITEE Ramiriz Osman
tpckl@simedarby.com Dato’ Tan Yan Fatt Direct Line 03 – 2011 9170
Datin Elaine Kua
SALES & MARKETING
MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE Noor Hashimah Othman
Dato’ Mustafa Mohd Ali (Chairman) Direct Line 03 – 2011 920 0
Steven Allan Thielke
S E C U R I T Y
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Sunther Ayangar
Steven Allan Thielke Direct Line 03 – 2011 9129
General Line 03 – 2011 9188
CONTRACTS
GOLF SUPERINTENDENT Alice Ganang
Mohd Nizam Othman Direct Line 03 - 2011 9125
Direct Line 03 – 2011 9255
HOUSEKEEPING
CLUB MANAGER Ariff Hasmanizar Che Ahmad
Farroul Hossey Direct Line 03 - 2011 9156
Direct Line 03 – 2011 9105

GOLF OPERATIONS,
SPORTS & RECREATION
Abel Tam
Direct Line 03 – 2011 9105

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CONTENTS

5 CAPTAIN’S MESSAGE
7 CEO’S MESSAGE

Snapshots

9 DECEMBER MONTHLY MEDAL
15 PRESIDENT’S TROPHY

Rules of Golf

19 MODERNISED RULES OF GOLF


Maintenance

22 SURFACE ALGAE ON GOLF
COURSE PUTTING GREENS
AND TEES

25 Order of Merit
27 Reciprocal /
Affiliated Clubs
31 Sports & Recreation

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CAPTAIN'S MESSAGE

MoreAnd More GolfTournaments

The President’s Trophy which was originally due to take place on Saturday,
15 December 2018 had to be postponed to 22 December on the West
Course. There was a record number of players registered never been seen
before at TPC Kuala Lumpur and some 15 golfers could not take part as the
competition had to be limited to 120 only.

Dato Mustafa Muhammad Ali Unfortunately, I was not able to participate due to a problem of a “Frozen”
Club Captain shoulder but I attended the prize giving ceremony. Our President, Tun
Musa Hitam also did not participate but he was present at the prize giving
ceremony to give an appreciation speech and to present some of the prizes.

The Champion of the Tournament is Tay Ah Kam (20) who returned a NETT
score of 67 beating Justin Chan (6) by 1 stroke and Wong Ah Chiew (20) by
2 strokes. The results of the Novelty holes are also very interesting with
Donny Kwa, the Chairman of the Liaison Committee, hitting his ball on the
line at the 9th hole to win the nearest the line prize, whilst Jordan Ooi
pocketed RM750 to win the bull’s eye at the 15th hole.

All in all, it was a very competitive Tournament with lots of valuable prizes
and lucky draws.

I have just studied the 2019 Calendar of Golf Events at the Club and of
course I was very disappointed that there will not be a CIMB Classic or
Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia anymore. However, I am very pleased to see
that there will be a Juniors’ tournament every month and I hope that the
youngsters will one day become outstanding Golf Professionals following in
the footsteps of Gavin Green, Ben Leong and Kelly Tan.

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CAPTAIN'S MESSAGE CAPTAIN'S MESSAGE

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a Happy New Year toaalHl oapf pyyouN.ew Year to all of you.

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CEO'S MESSAGE

“TimeAndTideWait For No Man”
-AnotherYear Has Begun

Steven Thielke It’s hard to believe that 2018 has already passed by – and what a momentous year it
Chief Executive Officer was with a brand new West Course and more welcomed compliments from every
quarter about TPC Kuala Lumpur. At the same time, it is essential that we continue to
TPC Kuala Lumpur raise the bar and strive to improve every aspect of our service to YOU the Members,
whether with more activities or re-vitalised facilities, as we want to be known as a
“family” orientated Club not just for our unique golfing offering.

Although we will all miss the hosting of our two stellar golfing events, it will enable
us to concentrate on the needs of Members and provide golf for you almost every
day of the year. At the same time our previous valuable experience will ensure that
we will be frontrunners should another opportunity arise in the future. It will also
enable TPC Kuala Lumpur to derive income from more Corporate events that we are
frequently being asked to arrange.

Whether in the Country’s interest or that of our Membership, it is incumbent on
a Club of our stature to concentrate our energy on Junior Development and in so
doing, the value of having a National idol was very well illustrated with the recent
announcement of the Gavin Green - Sports Excel Junior Amateur Tournament which
was initially planned for 120 participants but, due to an overwhelming response
attracted 226 players from all over Malaysia and was still oversubscribed. We are
proud to have been associated with this Event and we applaud the initiative of Sports
Excel which has encouraged us to expand the times which our own juniors can use
the two Courses and accompanying facilities.

By holding the Tournament at TPC Kuala Lumpur, Gavin also gives due
acknowledgement not only to the quality of our two golf courses but also to the
capability of the entire team to handle the organisation.

In keeping with our resolve to be Eco-Friendly, we will be guided by any legislation
relating to smoking whilst we will also be sending out all financial statements online
and, in future, there will be a RM 2 charge for hard copies of your monthly bill. As you
know, we have already stopped the use of plastic straws at the Golfer’s Terrace and
we will continue to look for other ways to protect our unique environment.

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CEO'S MESSAGE CEO'S MESSAGE

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SNAPSHOTS | DECEMBER MONTHLY MEDAL

NOVELTIES HOLE NAME
#5
NOVELTY # 16 DATIN SERI ROZITA
#3 DATUK ABDULLAH KASIM
NEAREST TO PIN #3 SHANKER VELU
NEAREST TO LINE ARIANNA CHAN
LONGEST DRIVE (MEN) # 15 DATO’ ZURAIMI MUSTAPHA
LONGEST DRIVE (LADIES) RYAN LEE WEI JIAN

A MEDAL (0 - 12) NAME HCP SCORE

PLACING DATO MOHD ZULKIFLEE SALEH 10 39 OCB
AZLI JAMIL 9 39 PTS
WINNER RYAN LEE WEI JIAN 6 37 PTS
1ST RUNNER - UP
2ND RUNNER - UP

Dato' Mohd Zulkiflee Saleh (A Medal
Winner) & Donny Kwa

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SNAPSHOTS | DECEMBER MONTHLY MEDAL

B MEDAL (13 - 18) NAME HCP SCORE
ANDY CHAN KOK HENG 13 36 PTS
PLACING SHARIFFUDDIN KHALID 13 35 PTS
WINNER AKMAL BIN HASSAN 18 34 PTS
1ST RUNNER - UP
2ND RUNNER - UP NAME HCP SCORE
MOHAMAD BIN SULONG 23 42 PTS
C MEDAL (19 - 24) NG BOON KUAN 24 34 PTS
ISLAHUDDIN IBRAHIM 19 31 PTS
PLACING
WINNER
1ST RUNNER - UP
2ND RUNNER - UP

Andy Chan Kok Heng (B Medal Winner) Mohamad Bin Sulong (C Medal Winner)
& Donny Kwa & Farroul Hossey

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SNAPSHOTS | DECEMBER MONTHLY MEDAL

LADIES (0 - 36) NAME HCP SCORE

PLACING ARIANNA SU YIN CHAN 12 38 PTS
CATHERINE OH 24 35 PTS
WINNER PAULINE NGUI KUI TSHIN 23 33 PTS
1ST RUNNER - UP
2ND RUNNER - UP

Arianna Su Yin Chan (Winner Ladies)
& Farroul Hossey

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SNAPSHOTS | DECEMBER MONTHLY MEDAL

Dato' Abdul Rahman Rahim, Wong
Pau San, Abdul Razak Jamaludin,
Dato' Zuraimi Mustapha
Datuk Fariz Nazrul, Dato' Shamsudin
Ismail, Idzuan Hashim, Dato' Amin
Rafie Othman

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SNAPSHOTS | DECEMBER MONTHLY MEDAL

Junya Konishi, Noreffendi Nordin,
Sannusi Ngah, Amir Hamzah

Khairul Razman, Mohd Khairul naem, Muhd Azad Razique, Ramani Velu,
Shamsul Harris, Mohd Najib Abdul Aziz Andy Chan, Mohammad Adzri

13


SNAPSHOTS | DECEMBER MONTHLY MEDAL

Rayn Lee, Tan Man Hee, Richard
Farrand, Shaun Yap

Wan Pauzi yahya, Shariffuddin Bin Khalid, Mohd Fareez Ramli, Sameer Raj,
Roseman Hassan, Dr Santhakumar PK Jordan Ooi, Shanker Velu

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SNAPSHOTS | PRESIDENT'S TROPHY

NETT CATEGORY NAME H'CAP SCORE

PLACING TAY AH KAM 20 67
JUSTIN CHAN MANN SHEN 6 68
NETT CHAMPION WONG AH CHIEW 20 69
1ST RUNNER UP TAN SHYE CHONG 19 71
2ND RUNNER UP IDZUAN MOHD HASHIM 8 71
4TH PLACING ANDY LOW CHIN SENG 16 71
5TH PLACING RYAN LEE WEI JIAN 5 72
6TH PLACING KHAIRUL ANUAR BIN ALI 13 73
7TH PLACING JUNE EUI LEE 0 73
8TH PLACING STEVEN TAN MOON TEIK 9 73
9TH PLACING MOHD MAHADI BIN YAACOB 19 73
10TH PLACING MOHD AZALI ABD RAHMAN 15 73
13TH PLACING PAULINE NGUI KUI TSHIN 23 73
11TH PLACING
12TH PLACING

Tay Ah Kam (Nett Champion) &
Tun Musa Hitam

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SNAPSHOTS | PRESIDENT'S TROPHY

NOVELTIES HOLE NAME DISTANCE

NEAREST TO PIN #8 RAJENDER SINGH 6 FEET 11 INCHES
NEAREST TO PIN # 15 JORDAN OOI 3 FEET
NEAREST TO LINE #9 DONNY KWA ON THE LINE
LONGEST DRIVE - MEN # 18 RYAN LEE WEI JIAN 277 METER
LONGEST DRIVE - LADIES # 18 NORLIZA MOHD 202 METER

Dato Wan Asmadi, Haji Azmi Abdul
Ghani, Ramesh Khanna, B K Ng

Joseph Chong, Rajender Singh,
Thomas Rapp, John Choi

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SNAPSHOTS | PRESIDENT'S TROPHY

Seo Aik Leong, Dato' Nasarudin Md
Idris, Muhammad Zulazhar, Abdul
Malek Mohamed Amin
Tan Shye Chong, Wong Ah Chiew,
Yang Kian Lock, Tay Ah Kam

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SNAPSHOTS | PRESIDENT'S TROPHY

Zamakhshari, H P Lee, Razman
Adam, Dato Amos Siew

Lim Chee Khoon, Lee Lip Chee, Rohana Chik, Faridah Hussain,
Mohd Azman Yakim, Mohamad Norliza Mohd, Datin Norlia Shukri
Azan Sulaiman,

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RULES OF GOLF

Modernised Rules Of Golf

Dato Tan Yan Fatt The 2019 edition of the Rules of Golf, effective from 1 January 2019,
Datin Elaine Kua whilst preserving golf's essential principles, brings about changes that
are fundamental and far-reaching. Notwithstanding the above, the Rules are
made easier for all golfers to understand and apply.

Here are some of the major fundamental changes in the Rules, which are of
interest to golfers:

a. PERMISSIBLE ACTIONS

1. Accidentally moving ball during search
No penalty unless action exceeded what was reasonable for a fair
search.

2. Ball in motion accidentally hits the player, his caddie or equipment
No penalty and ball played as it lies.

3. Repair damage on putting green
May repair almost all damages including spike marks, indentations
caused by any equipment etc except natural imperfections, aeration
holes and natural wear of the hole.

4. Removing loose impediments in bunkers and penalty areas
No penalty.

5. Grounding club in penalty area and touching sand in bunker
No penalty except touching sand in front or behind ball or testing
condition of bunker.

6. Leaving flagstick in the hole
When a ball played from on or off the putting green hits an
unattended flagstick left in hole, there is no penalty and the
ball must be played as it lies.

7. Caddie marking and lifting ball
A caddie may mark lift and replace ball on putting green without any
authorization by player.

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RULES OF GOLF

8. Unplayable ball in bunker
Player may take unplayable relief option outside bunker with a 2
stroke penalty.

9. Ball holed
A ball is treated as holed if any part is below the surface of the
putting green. Player may pick up.

10. Use of distance measuring device
Permitted at all times except prohibited to use it to measure slopes/
gradient or local rule adopted prohibiting its use.

11. Hitting the ball more than once
No penalty.

12. Accidental movement of ball / ball marker on the Putting Green
No penalty but replace ball on its original spot.

13. Ball embedded
A player may take relief without penalty for embedded ball
anywhere in the general area except when embedded in sand in
areas not cut to fairway height.

b. PROHIBITED ACTIONS

1. Replacing damaged club
Not permitted unless damaged by outside influence or natural
forces or by any other person. But player may continue using the
damaged club.

2. Caddie helping to align player
Caddie is not permitted to stand on player’s line of play behind the
ball when player is taking stance.

3. Ball lost / Out of bounds
Player may search for his ball for 3 minutes. He may be penalised
for undue delay if he continues to search after 3 minutes.

4. Lateral relief red penalty area
Elimination of lateral relief on opposite side unless provided by local
rules.

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RULES OF GOLF

c. HOW TO DROP WHEN TAKING RELIEF
A player may use the original or another ball each time he drops or
places a ball under the Rule. The ball must be dropped from knee
height (refer image 1) and in a relief area (refer image 2). The relief area
is 1 or 2 club lengths from the reference point and the ball must come
to rest in the relief area. A club-length is defined as the length of the
longest club in the bag excluding putter.

Image 1 – Dropping from knee height

Image 2 – Ball must be dropped in and come to rest in relief area

d. RELIEF PROCEDURES
Relief procedures are clearly illustrated by diagrams in the Players’
edition of the Rules handbook, which are freely available at the golf
registration counter.

The central theme of the changes is to speed up play. Players are encouraged
to play ready golf.

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MAINTENANCE

Written by SurfaceAlgae on Golf 1) excessive moisture, due to
A. Collins Welensky, Course Putting Greens rainfall or irrigation
Senior Executive
Golf Course Superintendent and Tees 2) soil surface exposure to sunlight,
3) adequate nutrients.
22 Algae occur in nearly all terrestrial
environments on earth, so it should It can also be related to shady
not be surprising that they are part areas where the surface remains
of the soil microflora on golf courses. excessively wet, even under normal
As with any naturally occurring rainfall or irrigation patterns. Shade
group of organisms, algae have combined with excessive moisture
the potential to create problems, is probably the primary cause of
especially when environmental surface algae. Shade does not have
conditions favor growth of the algae to be in the form of trees as a cloudy
over the turfgrass. day results in the entire green being
shaded.
Conditions Favoring Algae
A study at Mississippi State
Algae that live in soil are often University has confirmed that the
referred to as edaphic algae and in algae species causing surface algae
general, terrestrial algae species are problems are not coming from
different from aquatic algae irrigation water sources but as noted
above, the algae are simply a natural
Conditions that favor surface algae part of the soil microflora. The algae
growth are: cannot be eliminated but their
growth can be controlled. We are
always concerned about irrigation
water and algae should be focused
on nutrient and pesticide run off
from the golf course and how that
effects irrigation water quality, which
in turn effects turfgrass and algae
growth on greens and tees.

Types of Algae

1. Green algae
2. Bluegreen algae.

The green and blue-green algae
differ not only in color but in some
very basic life characteristics as
Blue-green algae are actually a type


MAINTENANCE

of pigmented bacteria (prokaryote) not need much sunlight compared to
whilst Green algae are eukaryotes, turfgrass, especially the bluegreen
which means that they are more algae that turfgrass requires to thrive.
similar to fungi than bacteria. Both A healthy crop of blue-green algae
algae types have photosynthetic can be grown in the laboratory under
capabilities, just like the turfgrass. a single fluorescent light bulb which
is a situation in which turfgrass would
Examples of green algae associated become thin and elongated. This
with greens and tees surfaces include means the shady, wet conditions
Chlamydomonas, Cosmarium, and that are detrimental to turfgrass
Cylindrocystis. Blue-green algae growth are perfect for algae growth.
are often found to include Lyngbyay Add in the readily available nutrients
Nostoc, Oscillatoria and Phormidium. on greens and tees, and the algae
are set to "bloom".
Blue-green algae prefer neutral to
alkaline conditions whereas green Cultural Controls
algae prefer acidic conditions. Of the
two groups of algae, the most likely Surface algae growth is a secondary
group to be found on our TPC greens problem and we, as a Golf Course
and tees surfaces are the blue-green maintenance team, always first
algae because our soil test result try to solve the original problem of
showed pH normally in alkaline shade and excessive moisture to
conditions. prevent or cure the problem. If these
conditions are not due to weather,
The soil pH does not determine the then it is essential to initiate a
algae population on the surface as it program to correct these conditions
is the surface soil pH or the soil pH by removing or thinning trees and
in the thatch that will determine the shrubs as well as reducing irrigation
algae population. in problem areas which may require
hand watering non-affected areas
When the weather condition has until the algae-infested areas have
minimal sunshine and excessive dried out.
rainfall it can lead to a weakened
turfgrass stand that starts to thin, Install TurfBreeze fans to increase
exposing the algae on the soil air circulation but if the conditions
surface to light. If the grass was are due to weather, then a proactive
being cut below optimum height approach, that may include the use
(3.2mm for any turfgrass species), of pesticides, must be initiated.
the grass was already in a stressed Frequent sand topdressings should
state. Since the algae species are be heavy enough to cover-up the
capable of photosynthesis, they do algae growth that helps to absorb

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TPC KUALA LUMPUR

Order of Merit 2018

Gross Score

Position Name January February March April May July Carlsberg Captain's Ladies & Senior Men's Club December President's Total
Total Played Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Golf Classic Trophy Club Championship Monthly Medal Trophy Points
Medal Medal Medal Medal Medal
Medal Championship 222

1 AIDI ABDULLAH 9 53 48 3 33 3 53 23 0 0 3 03 221
189
2 DATO' ABDUL RAHMAN BIN ABDUL RAHIM 7 43 43 0 48 0 43 0 3 0 0 18 23 187
170
3 WONG PAU SAN 8 0 0 0 18 48 0 33 53 3 3 3 28 144
4 SAMEER RAJ KUKREJA 142
5 JUNE EUI LEE 4 0 0 0 53 0 0 28 0 0 53 53 0 119
6 LEROY CHIAM SZIN CHOU 117
7 DATO' MOHD ZULKIFLEE BIN SALEH 5 0 0 0 23 0 48 0 43 0 3 0 53 102
8 DATO' SHAMSUDIN BIN ISMAIL 98
9 SHANKER KATHIR-VELU 3 0 0 53 43 0 0 0 0 0 48 0 0 97
10 RYAN LEE WEI JIAN 94
11 IDZUAN MOHD HASHIM 9 3 38 0 3 38 0 0 3 18 3 33 3 89
12 WILSON LIAN KOK WAH @ LIN KOK WAH 88
13 TEH WEE YANG 8 18 0 0 3 53 3 0 33 3 0 33 85
14 AIDIL ZUHAIRY AZMAN 78
15 AZLI BIN JAMIL 4 0 0 0 0 0 33 0 13 0 43 28 0 78
16 CHEAH CHEE TEONG 74
17 DATUK FARIZ NAZRUL BIN CHE NOH 4 030000 0 0 0 8 48 43 72
18 SANNUSI BIN NGAH 65
19 ZAHARIN BIN ZULKIFLI 6 0 33 0 3 0 8 0 0 0 3 13 38 62
20 ABDUL RAZAK BIN JAMALUDIN 62
21 SHAUN YAP WEI-SHENG 4 0 13 0 0 0 3 48 0 0 33 0 0 61
22 AZRIL BIN AB GHAUS 60
23 MOHAMMAD ADZRI BIN OTHMAN 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 48 43 3 00 59
24 DATO' IR DONNY HIEW FOOK SANG 59
25 JAMES KUI JEE YENG 3 0 0 48 0 0 3 0 0 0 38 0 0 58
26 MURALITHARAN A/L P SUBRAMANIAM 53
27 SYAUQAT BIN MOHD SUHAIMI 11 3 18 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 3 43 3 53
28 EUGENE LOKE MING TZI 48
29 JAYDON PANG JI KING 5 3 0 0 38 0 0 0 8 0 28 0 8 48
30 MUZANEE BIN MOHAMED 47
31 JENEATH WONG 6 33 8 0 0 28 0 0 3 0 0 33 46
32 JUSTIN CHAN MANN SHEN 46
33 DATO IR SAHRUDIN BIN AMINUDIN 6 0 3 0 28 0 3 0 3 38 0 30 45
34 ABU BAKAR BIN KEPRAWI 43
35 MOHD ZAID OSMAN 3 0 0 0 0 33 38 0 0 0 3 00 41
36 DATO' HANS ISAAC 41
37 LEONARD YEE YUKE DIEN 4 000300 0 3 28 0 38 0 40
38 DATO' MOHD SHU'AIB BIN HJ ISHAK 40
39 WONG KHANG WEI 5 030000 0 3 0 23 3 33 39
40 ABU RIZAL BAKRI BIN SULAIMAN 38
41 DR SANTHAKUMAR PK 9 3 0 23 3 3 3 18 3 0 3 03 33
42 RICHARD FREDERICK FARRAND 33
43 SELVAN A/L SUBRAMANIAM 9 3 3 0 13 3 28 3 3 0 3 30 31
44 DATO' HAZALI BIN MANSOR 30
45 IMRAN ASHOK ABDULLAH 7 0 3 3 0 3 23 3 3 23 0 00 30
46 PATRICK TAN WAH YEW 30
47 FARIDAH BT HUSSAIN 5 330000 0 3 48 3 00 30
48 JOSEPH CHONG WAN PING
49 MOHD KHAIRUL NAEM BIN MOKHTAR 3 000000 0 3 53 3 00
50 SHAMSUL HARRIS BIN AHMAD MARZUKI
3 3 0 0 0 0 0 53 0 0 3 00

6 0 3 3 0 3 3 43 0 0 3 00

1 0 53 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00

6 3 0 38 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 03

1 48 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00

1 000000 0 0 0 0 0 48

4 3 23 0 0 0 3 0 18 0 0 00

2 0 0 0 3 43 0 0 0 0 0 00

2 0 0 0 0 23 0 0 23 0 0 00

5 23 0 3 0 0 13 0 0 0 3 03

1 0 0 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00

2 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 00

2 0 0 0 0 3 0 38 0 0 0 00

4 3 28 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 3 00

10 3 3 3 0 3 3 13 3 0 3 33

3 28 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 80

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 0 0 00

1 0 0 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00

1 000000 0 0 33 0 00

7 3 0 13 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 03

10 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 3 3 0 33

10 3 3 3 3 3 0 3 3 3 0 33

10 3 3 0 3 3 3 3 3 0 3 33

5 0 3 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 33

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TPC KUALA LUMPUR

Order of Merit 2018

Nett Score

Position Name Total January February March April May July Carlsberg Captain's Ladies & Senior Men's Club December President's Total
Played Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Golf Trophy Club Championship Monthly Trophy Points
Medal Medal Medal Medal Medal Medal Classic Medal
Championship

1 AIDI ABDULLAH 9 43 43 3 3 3 43 3 0 0 3 0 3 147

2 MOHAMMAD ADZRI BIN OTHMAN 9 3 3 0 43 3 53 3 3 0 33 3 0 147
3 DATO' MOHD ZULKIFLEE BIN SALEH
4 JAYASANGARAN A/L DHANAPAL 938033003 3 53 48 3 127
5 TAY AH KAM 0 3 3 0 126
6 DATO' SHAMSUDIN BIN ISMAIL 7 38 28 0 3 48 0 0 3 23 0 0 53 108
7 DATO IR SAHRUDIN BIN AMINUDIN 3 0 3 3 104
8 DATO' ABDUL RAHMAN BIN ABDUL RAHIM 6 3 23 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 97
9 DR SANTHAKUMAR PK 0 0 3 3 95
10 PATRICK TAN WAH YEW 8 3 0 0 3 53 3 0 33 0 3 3 3 95
11 WONG AH CHIEW 0 3 0 3 91
12 SANNUSI BIN NGAH 4 8 33 0 0 0 3 0 53 0 0 0 43 79
13 DATO' IR DONNY HIEW FOOK SANG 28 0 3 0 78
14 AZLI BIN JAMIL 7 13 38 0 12 0 23 0 3 13 0 0 0 76
15 MOHD KHAIRUL NAEM BIN MOKHTAR 0 3 43 3 73
16 MOHAMAD BIN SULONG 10 3 3 3 0 3 38 33 3 0 0 3 3 72
17 RAMESH KHANNA A/L RATNASAMY 3 0 53 3 71
18 LIAN XIANG WEI 7 3 0 43 3 0 33 0 3 0 0 0 3 71
19 WONG PAU SAN 0 48 0 0 69
20 RYAN LEE WEI JIAN 3 0 0 0 33 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 3 69
21 ALVIN SIM THIAM FATT 0 3 38 23 67
22 JAMES KUI JEE YENG 6 0 3 0 38 0 3 0 3 0 28 0 0 66
23 ABU RIZAL BAKRI BIN SULAIMAN 53 3 0 0 65
24 ANTHONY TONG FOOK HIN 7 0 3 3 0 3 48 3 3 0 3 0 0 60
25 RAZMAN ADAM BIN ZAINUDIN 3 0 0 0 60
26 FOUAD ADAM BIN MOHD IDRIS 11 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 3 3 60
27 JAMES WEE KEE HONG 0 0 0 0 59
28 KHAIRUL ANUAR BIN ALI 9 3 3 0 48 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 3 59
29 DATUK FARIZ NAZRUL BIN CHE NOH 0 18 0 18 59
30 WONG KHANG WEI 703030033 0 0 3 3 58
31 ALEX WEE SHEE CHOW 0 0 0 0 56
32 LEONARD YEE YUKE DIEN 7 0 53 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 53
33 MUZANEE BIN MOHAMED 0 0 0 0 53
34 TAKAFUMI YAMAWAKI 3 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 3 0 0 0 3 53
35 DATO' MOHD SHU'AIB BIN HJ ISHAK 0 3 3 0 52
36 MURALITHARAN A/L P SUBRAMANIAM 8 0 0 0 3 3 0 3 48 0 0 0 0 51
37 SYAUQAT BIN MOHD SUHAIMI 43 3 0 0 49
38 DATUK ABDULLAH SANI BIN ABDUL KARIM 403000000 0 3 0 0 49
39 IDZUAN MOHD HASHIM 48 0 0 0 48
40 JUDY KONG KENG JOO 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 0 3 3 33 48
41 JUSTIN CHAN MANN SHEN 0 0 0 0 48
42 KHAIRUL RAZMAN BIN RAMLY 533000003 0 0 0 48 48
43 WILSON LIAN KOK WAH @ LIN KOK WAH 0 0 3 0 47
44 ANDY CHAN KOK HENG 5 3 48 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 38 0 0 47
45 ANTHONY LIM CHOON ENG 0 3 23 0 44
46 AW LAI YAW 5 0 3 48 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 44
47 TEH WEE YANG 0 0 0 0 44
48 RYAN CHIA WERN JIEN 5 33 18 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 13 0 0 44
49 SELVAN A/L SUBRAMANIAM 0 43 0 0 43
50 DATO' WAN KAMARUZAMAN BIN WAN AHMAD 3 0 0 0 53 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 43
0 0 0 3 42
26 7 3 3 18 0 3 3 23 3

3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23

6 18 3 0 0 28 0 0 3

2 0 0 0 0 3 0 53 0

1 53 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 53 0 0 0 0 0

6 3 0 38 3 3 3 0 0

4 0 0 3 0 43 0 0 0

2 48 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

300000003

3 3 0 0 0 0 0 43 0

100000000

603030300

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 48 0

100000000

4 0 0 0 23 18 0 0 3

403000330

833033303

3 0 0 3 0 38 3 0 0

3 0 0 0 0 0 3 38 3

3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28

100000000

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43

4 0 0 33 3 0 0 0 3


RECIPROCAL / AFFILIATED CLUBS

RECIPROCAL CLUBS

AUSTRALIA
HUNTINGDALE GOLF CLUB

Windsor Avenue, Oakleigh South, Victoria, Australia 3167
Tel: +6135704133 Email: proshop@huntingdalegolf.com.au
• Maximum 12 rounds of golf per calendar year.
• Weekdays: May reserve a max of 5 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 1 visiting member.
• Weekends & Public Holidays: Maximum 4 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 1 visiting member. No guests are allowed on
Saturday.

LAKE KARRINYUP COUNTRY CLUB

North Beach Rd, Karrinyup WA 6018, Australia
Tel: 0061 89 4228222 Email: craig@lkcc.com.au
• Maximum 12 rounds of golf per calendar year.
• Weekdays: May reserve a max of 5 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 1 visiting member.
• Weekends & Public Holidays: Maximum 4 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 1 visiting member.

THE LAKES GOLF CLUB

Corner King St. & Vernon Ave, Eastlakes 2018, New South Wales, Australia
Tel: +61 (02) 9669 3544 Email: golfshop@thelakesgolfclub.com.au
• Maximum 12 rounds of golf per calendar year.
• Weekdays: May reserve a max of 5 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 1 visiting member.
• Sundays & Public Holidays: Maximum 4 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 1 visiting member. No guests are allowed on
Saturday.
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

BRUNEI
THE EMPIRE HOTEL & COUNTRY CLUB

Jerudong BG3122, Negara Brunei Darussalam
Tel: (673) 241 8888 Fax: (673) 241 8999 Email: countryclub.reception@theempirehotel.com
• Maximum twelve (12) rounds of golf per calendar year
• No green fees on weekdays/weekends and PH
• Weekends and PH limited to two (2) flights only, subject to availability
• Booking shall be made at least one (1) week in advance and cancellation 48 hours before
•Visiting members may invite up to three (3) guests at Member’s Guest Rate
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

CHINA
FOSHAN GOLF CLUB

The Canton Place, Zhu Jiang New City, Guangzhou, People’s Republic of China
Tel: +86 0757 8118 8222 Email: teetimes@foshangolfclub.com
• Maximum 12 rounds of golf per calendar year.
• Weekdays: May reserve a max of 5 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 2 visiting members.
• Weekends & Public Holidays: Maximum 2 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 2 visiting members.

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RECIPROCAL / AFFILIATED CLUBS

INDONESIA
FINNA GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

Jl. Raya Barsari, Prigen, Pasuruan 67157, East Java, Indonesia
Tel: (62) 343 634888 Fax: (62) 343 632156 Email: reservations@finnagolf.com
• Maximum twelve (12) rounds of golf per calendar year
• Visiting members may invite up to three (3) guests at Member’s Guest Rate

TAMAN DAYU GOLF CLUB & RESORT

Jl. Raya Surabaya Malang KM 48, Pandaan 67156 Pasuruan, Jawa Timur, Indonesia
Tel: +(62) 3436 33411 Fax: +(62) 3436 33402 Email: marcom@tamandayu.com
•Reciprocal rights are restricted to any time in any one calendar year
•Visiting members may invite up to three (3) guests at Member’s Guest Rate
•Booking shall be made at least three (3) days in advance
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

JAPAN
TAIHEIYO CLUB

(consists of 17 courses across Japan)
105-0013, Bunka Hoso (Nippon Cultural Broadcasting) Media Plus, 6F, 1.31, Hamamatsu-cho, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Tel: +(81) 3 6430 2031 Email: i-saga@taiheiyo.co.jp Website: www.taiheiyoclub.co.jp
•Visiting members of TPC Kuala Lumpur can make a reservation at any of the seventeen (17) Taiheiyo courses up to three (3) months in advance
•Maximum twelve (12) rounds of golf per calendar year
•Reciprocal members may introduce guests and visitors shall pay the normal visitor rate
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

MAURITIUS
FOUR SEASONS GOLF CLUB MAURITIUS

Coastal Road, Beau Champ, Mauritius
Tel: +(230) 4023100 Fax: +(230) 4023120 Email: golf.anahita@fourseasons.com
•Maximum twelve (12) rounds of golf per calendar year
•Visiting members may invite up to three (3) guests at Member’s Guest Rate
•20% discount at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita from the published rate
•10% discount on purchases at the Four Seasons Golf Club golf shop
•10% discount on lessons at the Four Seasons Golf Club Golf Academy
•10% discount on food and beverage at the II Forno Restaurant & Bar
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

MYANMAR
PUN HLAING GOLF CLUB

Pun Hlaing Golf Estate Avenue, Hlaing Tharyar Township, Yangon, Myanmar
Tel : + 95-1 684020 Email: phgc@spa-mm.com
•Restricted to twelve (12) rounds of golf calendar year
•Weekdays: May reserve a max of five (5) flights per day. Each flight four (4) balls must include one (1) visiting members
•Weekends and public holidays: May reserve a max of four (4) flights per day during weekends and public holidays. Each flight of four (4) balls
must include two (2) visiting members

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RECIPROCAL / AFFILIATED CLUBS

PHILIPPINES
THE MANILA SOUTHWOODS GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

Southwoods Boulevard, Carmona, Cavite, Philippines
Tel: + (63) 46 430 0236/ + (63) 46 419 8190 Email: frontdesk.manilasouthwoods@gmail.com
• Maximum 12 rounds of golf per calendar year.
• Weekdays: May reserve a max of 5 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 2 visiting members.
• Weekends & Public Holidays: Maximum 2 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 2 visiting members.
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

SINGAPORE
LAGUNA NATIONAL GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

11 Laguna Golf Green, Singapore 488047
Tel: +(65) 6542 6888 Fax: +(65) 6542 1132 Email: csa@lagunanational.com
• Maximum twelve (12) rounds of golf per calendar year
• Visiting members may invite up to three (3) guests at Member’s Guest Rate
• Booking shall be made at least seven (7) days in advance
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

SOUTH AFRICA
ATLANTIC BEACH GOLF CLUB

1, Fairway Drive, Melkbosstrand, Atlantic Beach Golf Estate, Cape Town, 7441, South Africa
Tel: +27 (0) 21 5532223 Email: bookings@atlanticbeach.co.za
• Maximum 12 rounds of golf per calendar year.
• Weekdays: May reserve a max of 5 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 1 visiting member.
• Weekends & Public Holidays: Maximum 4 flights per day. Each flight of 4 balls must include 2 visiting members.
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

VIETNAM
SKY LAKE RESORT & GOLF CLUB

Van Son Lake Area, Chuong My, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: + (84) 43371 1234 Fax: + (84) 43371 1231 Email: booking@skylakegolfclub.com.vn
• Restricted to twelve (12) rounds of golf calendar year only
• Weekends & Public Holiday: Maximum two (2) flights on the Lake Course
• Weekdays: May reserve a max of five (5) flights per day. Each flight of four (4) balls must include one (1) visiting members
• Weekends and Public Holiday: May reserve a max of four (4) flights
per day. Each flight of four (4) balls must include two (2) visiting members

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RECIPROCAL / AFFILIATED CLUBS

AFFILIATED CLUBS

CHINA
SHESHAN INTERNATIONAL GOLF CLUB

Lane 288, New Linyin Avenue, Sheshan National Tourism Resort, Songjiang District, Shanghai 201602, PRC
Tel: (8621) 5765 5765 Fax: (8621) 5765 4599 Email: reservation@sheshangolf.com
• Maximum six (6) rounds of golf per calendar year
• Visiting members shall pay green fee at ’ Guest Rate
• Weekdays: Visiting members may invite up to three (3) guests to play at Member’s Guest Rate
• Play on weekends/PH at Member’s Guest Rate are based on approval basis
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

THAILAND
THAI COUNTRY CLUB

88 Moo 1, Bangna-Trad Km. 35.5, Thambon Pimpa, Bangpakong District, Chacheongsao 24130, Thailand
Tel: (6638) 570 234 Fax: (6638) 570 225 Email: bookings@thaicountryclub.com
• Visiting members may invite three (3) guests to play at Member’s Guest Rate during weekdays only during high season (Nov–March) and up to
seven (7) guests during low season (April–Oct)

AMATA SPRING COUNTRY CLUB

Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate, 700/3-9 Moo 6, T. Nongmaidaeng A. Muang Chonburi 20000, Thailand
Tel: (66) 38 468 888 Fax: (66) 38 468 808 Email: tasamon@amataspring.co.th proshop@amataspring.co.th
• Maximum six (6) rounds of golf per calendar year
• Visiting members shall pay green fee at Member’s Guest Rate
• Weekdays: Visiting members may invite up to three (3) guests to play at Visitor’s Rate
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

WESTERN AUSTRALIA
JOONDALUP COUNTRY CLUB

Country Club Boulevard, Connolly, Western Australia, 6027 PO Box 263, Joondalup Business Centre, Western Australia, 6919
Tel: (618) 9400 8888 Fax: (618) 9400 8889 Email: info@joondalupresort.com.au
• Maximum fourteen (14) rounds of golf per calendar year
• Weekdays: 50% off Guest Green Fee
• Weekends/PH: Guest Rate

Reciprocal / Affiliated Club
For TPC Kuala Lumpur Reciprocal bookings and latest rates, please contact our Golf

Registration at 03-2011 9111 / 2011 9269 or email us at
golf.registration@simedarbyproperty.com

* Info is valid at time of publication
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SPORTS & RECREATION

CLASSES & PROGRAMMES

BADMINTON

• RM60/hour for 1 pax • RM38/hour for 2 pax • RM33/hour for 3 pax • RM28/hour for 4-5 pax • RM23/hour for 6-8 pax
Schedule: Timing & availability to be confirmed by management and coach Venue: Badminton Courts
Person-in-charge: Mr. Yap Yee Hup (Yap Twins Sports Management) – 019-275 8479/03-780 65218
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

TAEKWONDO

• RM75/month for aged 16 and above • RM65/month for aged 15 and below
Venue: Aerobic Room Schedule: Sunday, 10.30am – 12.00pm or Thursday, 4.00pm – 5.00pm
Instructor: Master Loo/Mr. Tony Wong – 019-351 7947/019-225 0427
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

TAI CHI

• RM45/month
Schedule: Sunday, 7.00am – 8.00am Venue: Aerobic Room Instructor: Mr YT Foong/Mr Eric Lim (Taoist Tai Chi Society) –
012-332 3979/019-332 8589
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

KARATE ADULTS
Time: 12.00pm - 1.30pm Fee: RM100 / month / pax
CHILDREN & TEENS
Time: 10.30am - 12.00pm Fee: RM60 / month / pax

Venue: Aerobics Room (Every Saturday) Instructor: Sensei Ganesha 012-6203 404
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

FITNESS & TRAINING

PERSONAL TRAINING
• 1 session RM215.20 • 10 sessions RM1855 • 15 sessions RM2465.55 • 20 sessions RM2968
Schedule: 30 - 60 minutes / session
Note: Each member is required to purchase his/her own inner wear for personal hygiene reasons; RM284 per piece.

BUDDY TRAINING
• 10 sessions RM2782.50 • 15 sessions RM3697.50 • 20 sessions RM4452
*Prices above are for 2 trainees with 1 trainer

Venue: Gymnasium Instructor: Ms Wenisa Ng Foong Kwan – 016-452 0904 O/Hours: 7.00am – 9.30pm (Monday – Sunday)
______________________________________________________________________________________________________

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SPORTS & RECREATION

SWIMMING

BEGINNER’S CLASS – OPTION A (45 MINS)
• Member – RM170 per person per month • Member‘s Guest – RM190 per person per month

BEGINNER’S CLASS – OPTION B (45 MINS)
• Member – RM65 per person per lesson • Member’s Guest – RM80 per person per lesson

Frequency Once per week, every Saturday & Sunday Morning session 9.00am/10.00am Evening Session 4.00pm/5.00pm/6.00pm

COMPETITIVE TRAINING – OPTION A (>90 MINS)
• Member – RM330 per person per month • Member’s Guest – RM390 per person per month

COMPETITIVE TRAINING – OPTION B (>90 MINS)
• Member – RM80 per person per lesson • Member’s Guest – RM85 per person per lesson

Frequency 4 times per week Day/Time Monday/Wednesday/Friday – 6.00pm or Saturday – 5.00pm

PRIVATE LESSON (4 TO 5 PAX) (45 MINS)
• Member – RM250 per person • Member’s Guest – RM270 per person
* Provides 4 sessions by appointment

PRIVATE LESSON (2 TO 3 PAX) (45 MINS)
• Member – RM320 per person • Member’s Guest – RM360 per person
* Provides 4 sessions by appointment

INDIVIDUAL LESSON (45 MINS)
• Member – RM500 per person • Member’s Guest – RM550 per person
* Provides 4 sessions by appointment

Instructor: Ms. Yu Leong – 012-797 1183

BABIES & TODDLERS
Group Classes
• Member – RM600 / term • Member's Guest – RM640 / term

Private Classes
• Member – RM480 / term • Member's Guest – RM520 / term

*4 months to 5 years old
Instructor: Ms. Kai Xin – 016-2121 096

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SPORTS & RECREATION

TENNIS

Packages Private Class / Semi - Private Class / Group Class
Member
Visitor RM 550 / 5 hours RM 1,000 / 10 hours Pax / hour Member Visitor
RM 660 / 5 hours RM 1,200 / 10 hours
1 pax / hour RM 120 RM 140

2 pax / hour RM 70 X 2 RM 80 X 2

3 pax / hour RM 60 X 3 RM 70 X 3

4 pax / hour RM 50 X 4 RM 60 X 4

Junior Programme (Squad)

Programme Number of Member Visitor

Clasess / Week RM 135 RM 150
RM 240 RM 270
Mini Tennis 1 class / week RM 40 RM 50
RM 335 RM 370
2 classes / week RM 610 RM 700
RM 95 RM 110
Drop in

Intermediate 1 class / week

2 classes / week

Drop in

Schedule: Timing and availability to be confirmed by management and coach
O/Hours: 7.00am – 11.00pm (Monday – Friday), 7.00am – 10.00pm (Weekend & Public Holiday)

a) Adult & kids private lesson e) Fun double tennis;
(b) Cardio tennis; f) Holiday programmes; and
c) Special programmes for specific technique improvement; g) Tennis Camps
d) Ladies tennis morning;

Venue: Tennis Courts
Instructor: Tennis Town Academy
Guest Charges: RM21.20 per guest/hour Booking: 1) Court may be booked for a maximum of two (2) hours per booking. Booking may be
made in person at the Sports Counter or by telephone at +603-2011 9188 ext 165/162/161 during operation hours; 2) Booking has to be made
up to three (3) days in advance. Each member is permitted to book only one court for each session of play; 3) Any member wishing to cancel
his/her reservation must do so at least four (4) hours prior to his/her playing time. Failure to do so will result in a cancellation fee of RM25
charged and debited to his/her account.

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(KUALA LUMPUR GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB BERHAD)196581-V
10 • Jalan 1/70D Off Jalan Bukit Kiara • 60000 • Kuala Lumpur • Malaysia

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