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Published by TPC Kuala Lumpur, 2019-04-01 00:06:48

Signature (April 2019) Issue #32

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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March 2019 Issue 31 EXCLUSIVELY FOR MEMBERS KDN: PQ/PP7738/2017(031989)
CO.REG.NO 196581-v

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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
[email protected] 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
6 CEO’S MESSAGE

Snapshots

9 FEBRUARY MONTHLY MEDAL

Rules of Golf

16 STROKE INDEX (STROKE PLAY
& MATCH PLAY)
17 MODERNISED RULES
OF GOLF

Maintenance

19 FAIRY RINGS ON THE
GREENS

Snapshots

22 FEBRUARY JUNIOR
TOURNAMENT

Chinese New Year 2019

27 CHINESE NEW YEAR EVENT

32 Order of Merit
34 Reciprocal /
Affiliated Clubs
38 Sports & Recreation

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CAPTAIN'S MESSAGE

Chinese NewYear Celebrations at
TPC Kuala Lumpur

As usual TPC Kuala Lumpur celebrated Chinese New Year with decorations and
illuminated lanterns, in addition to which the Club also organised several food
promotions and the Golfer’s Terrace was well patronized throughout the period.

Dato Mustafa Muhammad Ali The climax of the celebrations ended with a Wushu and Acrobatic Lion Dance
Club Captain performed by Siong Loong Dragon and Lion Dance Associates on Saturday, 16
February. The show commenced at 9am with the blessing of the Clubhouse, starting
at the East wing, then the Main Entrance and finally ending at the West Lobby. I
must state that it was a very good show with some 150 to 200 Members, children
and guests present.

Unlike last year, the performance also included seemingly dangerous stunts, such as
hitting each other on the back of their partners with a sugarcane trunk, lying on a bed
of nails and trying to bend an iron pole from the throat of one performer against the
throat of another one. However, everything went well, and the spectators enjoyed
the show. There was also a kid’s colouring contest which the participants enjoyed
very much and took home some prizes.

At about 11am, a give away session was held at the West Lobby with questions and
answers about TPC Kuala Lumpur. There were 5 questions and those who answered
the questions correctly won a prize. It turned out that 3 adults and 2 children won
the 5 prizes and I told the organisers that in future, we should consider only allowing
children to answer the questions.

The Acrobatic Lion Dance performance started at 11.40am and this was followed by
the Lions throwing the “good luck” coins for the children, all of whom managed to
get a coin and a few had more than one.

I am sure Members and their children will look forward to future Chinese New Year
celebrations.

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CEO'S MESSAGE

“MARCH - ING onTogether”

Steven Thielke It’s hard to believe that we are over half way through the first quarter of 2019 and
Chief Executive Officer the Chinese New Year is already behind us, with the very popular Lion Dance
celebrations well attended by at least 150 Members again illustrating that we are
TPC Kuala Lumpur indeed a family Club.

Preparations are already in place for the month of Ramadan which this year falls in
May and once again we will be using this to illustrate that we are a Caring Club by
donating to local welfare homes, RM 1 from every purchase of the special meal,
which are available now. Our “Buffet of the Year” menus are always popular with
Members whether as part of Family or Company celebrations.

It is truly encouraging that many of our world class facilities are being patronised by
increasing number of Members, whether at the Swimming Pool, with the Running
Group on alternate Sundays, the Tennis Academy on Saturdays or daily at the
Gymnasium which now has nearly 3,000 members working out either individually or
as part of the Let’s Get Fit workout programme.

The Golfer’s Terrace now serves over 11,000 meals each month and our Banquet and
Function facilities are increasing in patronage especially with the recently opened
“The Gallery”.

On the Golfing front the Maintenance Team under our highly experienced Head
Agronomist, Mohd Nizam Othman are to be congratulated with the condition of
the newly upgraded West Course as well as the East Course, which is proven by
the patronage of both increasing each month despite some unpredictable weather
conditions.

In line with the PGA and R&A’s determination to reduce the time of play, Speedgolf
is attracting more and more golfers to play on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and
Sundays whilst acceptance of the new rules has proved popular with everyone.

This was endorsed by our visitors from the Taiheiyo Club who were highly
complimentary of the Club, the golf course and TPC Kuala Lumpur’s hospitality

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CEO'S MESSAGE

when they played last month although they narrowly lost a hard-fought contest
which was witnessed by TPC Kuala Lumpur Club Captain, Dato Mustafa Muhammad
Ali who greatly encourages such encounters between reciprocal Clubs which fosters
goodwill and camaraderie as well as creating lasting friendships with visitors from
overseas. More such events are planned in the months ahead and Members will be
kept well informed especially as playing host is a vital part of the day to ensure our
guests feel truly at home during their stay.
Our Social Media activities continue to be updated on a daily basis and may we
encourage Members to tune in to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube as
well as use our WhatsApp by sending “YES TPCKL” to 0192636548 for first-hand
information on any special promotions.
Finally, may I again appeal to all Members to let us know your views on the service
you receive as it not only helps us monitor our planning but is also a big incentive
to staff when they know that their efforts are recognised whist at the same time
keeping them on their toes if they should fall behind. The “WOW” cards are available
at the Golfer’s Terrace or from the Business Centre.
Looking forward to meeting up with you at the Club.

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SNAPSHOTSSNA|PSHFEOBTRSUA|RYFMEBORNUTAHRLY MOENDATHLLY MEDAL

NOVELTIES NOVELTIES

NOVELTY NOVELTY HOLE NHOALMEE NAME

NEAREST TO PINNEAREST TO PIN # 15 Z#A1K5RY YAHYA ZAKRY YAHYA
M# 9OHD ZAID OSMMAONHD ZAID OSMAN
NEAREST TO LINNE EAREST TO LINE# 9 A# B1U8 ZARYM ABU ZARYM
Z#A1T8Y UMAIRAH BZTATHYAULIMMAIRAH BT HALIM
LONGEST DRIVE L(MONENG)EST DRIVE (M#E1N8)

LONGEST DRIVE L(LOANDGIEESS)T DRIVE (L#AD18IES)

A MEDAL (0 - 1A2)MEDAL (0 - 12)

PLACING PLACING NAME NAME HCP SCOREHCP SCORE

WINNER WINNER RYAN SINGH RYAN SINGH 8 37 8 37
37 OCB
1ST RUNNER - UP1ST RUNNERAH- MUPAD RUJHANAHMAD RUJHAN 11 37 OC11B 36

2ND RUNNER - U2PND RUNNEDRA-TUUPK IR MOHDDDAOTMUKBIRNMAHOMHDADOM1B2IN AHMAD36 12

Ryan Singh (A MedRaylaWn Siningehr)(&A Medal Winner) &
Anthony Tong Anthony Tong

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SNAPSHOSTNSAP|SHFOEBTRSUA|RYFEMBORNUATHRLYYMMOENDTAHLLY MEDAL

B MEDAL (13 -B1M8)EDAL (13 - 18)

PLACING PLACING NAME NAME HCP SCORHE CP SCORE
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WINNER WINNER ROSEMAN BIN HRAOSSSEAMNAN BIN HASS1A4N 37 14 35
35 15 34 OCB
1ST RUNNER - U1PST RUNNER - LUEPE ENG LEONGLEE ENG LEONG 15 34 O1C7B
SCORE
2ND RUNNER - U2PND RUNNER -AURPFIZ ARIF AB GAHRAFUIZSARIF AB GHAU1S7 37
35
C MEDAL (19 -C2M4)EDAL (19 - 24) 35 OCB

PLACING PLACING NAME NAME HCP SCORHECP

WINNER WINNER KHAIRUL RAZMAKNHARIARMULLYRAZMAN R1A9MLY 37 19

1ST RUNNER - U1PST RUNNER - MUPOHD ISKANDAMROZHUDLKIASKRANNADINAR ZU1L9KARNAIN35 19

2ND RUNNER - U2PND RUNNER -AUNPTHONY TONGANTHONY TONG 22 35 O2C2B

Roseman HassanR(BosMemedaanlHWaisnsnaenr)(B Medal Winner) Khairul Razman (CKhMaeirduallRWazinmnaenr)(C Medal Winner)
& Anthony Tong & Anthony Tong & Anthony Tong & Anthony Tong

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SNAPSHSONSTANSPASP|HSOHFTOESBTSRU| A|FREYFBEMRBUORAUNRATYHRYLMYMOMNOETNDHTALHYLLYMMEDEADLAL

LADIES (0 -L3A6DL)AIEDSIE(0S (-03-6)36)

PLACING PLAPCILNAGCING NAME NAMNEAME HCP SHCOCPRHECP SCOSRCEORE

WINNER WINWNINERNER DATIN FAZILADHATSDIEANNTFIANAPZIFIALAZIHLASHENSAENPIA3P3I 3333 33 33 33
3126 16 32 32
1ST RUNNER1-SUT1PSRTUNRUNNERNE- RUP- UGPYOTOKU MIGHYOOGKTYOOOKTUOKMUIHMOIKHOKO 16 3214O2C4B 31 O31CBOCB

2ND RUNNER2N- UD2NPRDUNRUNNERNE- RUP-PUAPULINE NGUPIAKUPULAIUNTLESINHNIEGNNUIGKUUI IKTUSIHTIS2N4HIN

Datin Fazilah SDeantDainpaFitia(nLzaFildaizheilsSaeWhnSianepnniea(rLp)ai d(LieasdiWesinWneinrn) er)
& Dato' Tan Ya&n DF&atDto'aTtoa'nTYaannYFaanttFatt

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SNAPSHOTS | FEBRUARY MONTHLY MEDAL

Datin Fazilah Senapi, Norliza Mohd,
Catherine Oh, Datin Norlia Shukri
Gurdip Singh, Prabakaran, Tan Sri
Vincent Lee, Raymond Lee

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SNAPSHOTS | FEBRUARY MONTHLY MEDAL

May Tung, Mihoko, Nor Haslina,
Jesica Chan

Redhuan Mahiddin, Benson Tan, Koh Jae Ho, Sim Jungwoon, Dato' Ramli Kalam,
Arfiz Arif Dato Nasarudin, Datin Roi Hanah Hassan

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SNAPSHOTS | FEBRUARY MONTHLY MEDAL

Zaty Umairah, Annie Chin,
Cecilia Yap, Ireen Teng
Fariz Zain Zahedi, Abu Zarym Fidzry,
Dato' Wan Asmadi

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SNAPSHOTS | FEBRUARY MONTHLY MEDAL

Yukio Hosokawa, Muhammad Hazazi, John Choi, Anthony Tong, Ali Shaqeel,
Muhamad Zulazhar, Tan Shye Chong Mahamad Bin Dan

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RULES OF GOLF

Stroke Index (Stroke Play & Match Play)

Dato Tan Yan Fatt In golf, players of different gender and playing skills are able to compete against
one another on a level playing field because the USGA handicap system provides
16 for a player of lesser skill to receive handicap stroke / strokes at allocated holes.
Each of the 18 holes is allocated a stroke index ranging from 1 to 18, where a
player of lesser skill is given a handicap stroke.
There are 2 types of index: one applicable to stroke play and the other to match
play. In computing the stroke index, 200 scores from players with a handicap of
less than 8 and 200 scores from players with a handicap between 20 and 28,
are collected for the computation.
Stroke Play Stroke Index
Each of the holes is rated in order of difficulty. The most difficult of the 18 holes
is ranked as index 1 and the easiest ranked as index 18. A player takes their
handicap stroke starting with the most difficult hole, i.e. hole with index 1.
The stroke play index applies to handicap stroke play formats such as stableford
and four-ball stroke play.
Match Play Stroke Index
The basic principle in allocating the match play index is to equalize the playing
abilities of players with different handicaps. The handicap stroke should be
an equaliser rather than a winning stroke and should be given to a higher
handicapper to allow him to be competitive.
The match play index applies to all formats of handicap match play competitions.
The stroke and match play stroke index for both the East and West Course are
as shown on the new scorecards.
The previous scorecards only showed the index for match play as most of the
daily matches played by Members are in the match play handicap format. On the
new scorecards, the index for stroke play is included so that handicap strokes
are properly applied in stroke play where the handicap is relevant.
It will also be noted that the index for match play on the new scorecard shows
some difference from that on the previous scorecards.This is due to the changes
created by the renovation of the course which also resulted in changes to the
course/ slope rating.
Happy Golfing!!!
#TPCKCL Handicap Committee


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 RULES OF GOLF

8. Unplayable ball in8.bunUknepr layable ball in bunker

Player may take unplaPylabyeler rmelaieyftoakpetiounnpoluatysaibdleebreulniekferopwtitohnao2utside bunker with a 2
stroke penalty. stroke penalty.

9. Ball holed 9. Ball holed

A ball resting against Athbeafllargessttiicnkginagtahienshtotlheeisfltargesattieckd iansthoelehdolief is treated as holed if
any part of the ball is abneylopwarthoef sthuerfabcaell oisf btheelopwutthinegsgurefaecne. of the putting green.

10. Use of distance m10e.asUusreingofddeivsitcaence measuring device
Permitted at all timesPeexrcmeiptttepdroaht iabliltteimd teosuesxeceitpttopmroehaibsiutered stolopueses/it to measure slopes/
gradient or local rule agdraodpiteendt porolhoicbaitlirnugleitasduospet.ed prohibiting its use.

11. Hitting the ball m1o1r.e tHhiattninogntchee ball more than once

No penalty. No penalty.

12. Accidental move1m2e. nAt occf ibdaelnl t/ablamll omvearmkeernot nofthbealPl /ubttainllgmGarrekenr on the Putting Green
No penalty but replacNeobaplel n/ ablatyll bmuatrrkeeprloacneitbsaollri/gbinaalllmspaorkt.er on its original spot.

13. Ball embedded 13. Ball embedded
A player may take reliAefpwlaiytehroumtapyetnaakletyrefolireef mwbitehdoduet dpebnaalllty for embedded ball
anywhere in the genearnayl warheearexicnetphtewgheennereaml abreaddeexdceinptswanhdeninembedded in sand in
areas not cut to fairwaaryeahseingoht.cut to fairway height.

b. PROHIBITED ACTbI.ONPRSOHIBITED ACTIONS

1. Replacing damag1e. d cRluebplacing damaged club

Not permitted unlessNdoatmpaegremditbteydouuntsleidses idnaflmueangceed obrynoaututsriadle influence or natural
forces or by any othefroprecerssoonr. bByutanpylayoethremr apyercsoonnt.inBuuet upslainygerthmeay continue using the
damaged club. damaged club.

2. Caddie helping to2.aligCnapdldayieerhelping to align player
Caddie is not permitteCdadtodisetaisnndootnppelramyeitrte’sdlitnoesotfanpdlayonbephlainyedrt’sheline of play behind the
ball when player is takbianlgl wsthaenncep.layer is taking stance.

3. Ball lost / Out of 3b.ounBdasll lost / Out of bounds
Player may search forPhlaisyebramll faoyr s3emaricnhuftoers.hHisebmallafyobr e3 pmeinaultiseesd. He may be penalised
for undue delay if he fcoornutinnduuees dtoelsaeyaifrchheacftoenrt3inumeisnutotese. arch after 3 minutes.

4. Lateral relief red4p.enaLlatytearraelarelief red penalty area

Elimination of lateral rEelilmiefinoantionppoofslaitteersaidl ereulienfleosns oppropvoidsieted sbiydeloucanless provided by local
rules. rules.

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Written by Fairy Rings OnThe Symptoms of fairy rings on greens
A. Collins Welensky, Greens have ranged from small green
Senior Executive patches, small green rings, yellow
Golf Course Superintendent Fairy rings have become a severe depressed rings, dead patches in
problem on golf greens in recent hot weather and to large dead rings.
years, especially on greens with a Mushrooms are not usually present
high sand-content. The disease has in the rings and many of the rings
developed on many new greens and will continue to enlarge over the
on some older greens where fairy years and some will grow together
rings were not observed in previous and result in large irregular rings.
years. They can cause serious They may continue to enlarge for
damage during very hot and dry several years or, in some cases, may
weather and have been difficult to suddenly disappear. Some develop
manage on many courses. into half-circle rings because the
fungus does not continue to grow in
part of the ring. The symptoms are
the most severe during hot weather
when the soil in the patches or in the
rings is usually dry and hydrophobic.

The dry and hydrophobic soil that
often develops in the rings appears
to cause the most damage. The
hydrophobic soil can be diagnosed
by placing a drop of water on the
soil or thatch and will remain on

the hydrophobic surface, often
evaporating before wetting the soil.
Mycelium of the fungi that causes
the fairy ring will usually grow on the
thatch layer if a plug of the turf from
the ring is placed in a moist chamber
for a few days whilst the greener
grass in the rings is probably caused
by the release of nitrogen from the
decomposition of organic matter in
the thatch and soil.

Mushrooms or puffballs of the

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different genera of fudnigffietrheant cgaeunseera ofafruenagihtahsatbceaeunserecoamremaenhdaesdbefoern recommended for
fairy rings are usuallfyairnyotrinpgressearnet usulaarlglye nfoatiryprreinsegnst in llaawrgnes fbauirty trhinisgs in lawns but this
on the greens but oansmthaell gwreheitnes buptraactiscme ailsl uwshuitaelly noptrapcrtaicceticisal uosnually not practical on
puffball, a Lycoperdonpusfpfbeaclile, sa, Lthycaot perdgonlf spcoeuciresse,s.thaRtototgilloinlfg ctohuersesso.il Rototilling the soil
turns brown and firmtwurinths abgroewisn aannd firwmithwiniththaegerinisgaans wewllitahsinotnhee froinogt as well as one foot
exception and may ebxecepprteiosnentanidn maoyn beeithperessideen,t inat theonsaemitheetrimsiedea,s at the same time as
fairy rings on golf grefeanirsy. Friunnggsiothnagtolf grreepelannst.inFguntghiethtuartfgrasresphlaanstingmthaneyturfgrass has in many
cause the fairy ringscaaurseectohmemfaoinry rincgasseasreelicmoimnamteodnthe cfaaisryesrineglims.iTnhateed the fairy rings. The
inhabitants of woodedinahraebaistaanntds othfewoodroetdotairlleinags aanpdptahreentlyrodtoistrilulipntgs atphpearently disrupts the
fungal spores probabfulyngbalowspoornetso profbuanbglyusblionwthoentsooil afnudngaullsowins tthhee soil and allows the
the greens or were inththeegsreoeilnws hoernweregrinastshetosgoriol w.hen grass to grow.
the golf course was cothnestgruoclftecdo.uTrhse was constructed. The
thatch layer on greensthaaltscoh plaroyevirdoens greeSnosmaelsounpursouvaidlesympStoommse fuonr ufsauirayl symptoms for fairy
an adequate source ofaonrgadaneiqcumataettseorurcerionfgosrgandic mloactatelizred rdinrygsspaontds laorcealized dry spots are
needed for these fungnieteodgerdowfo.r these fugnregei ntopgartocwh.es of gragsrseesnurrpoautnchdeesd of grass surrounded

by large areas of hybdyrolpahrgoebicarseoaisl of hydrophobic soil
Management of fairy rMinagnsasgheomulednbt eof fairayndrinlgoscaslhizoeudlddbrey spaontsd olofcsaoliziledondry spots of soil on
considered even durincgoncsoindsetrreudcteiovnen dumrianngycognrseteruncstiomnay bmeancyaugsreedenbsy may be caused by
and large sources of oanrgdanlaircgme astotuer,ces ofafiroyrgrianngicfumnagtit.eMr, anyfoafirtyhreinsge fsupnogtsi. Many of these spots
such as tree stumpssu,chshaosuldtrebee stuhmapvse, besheonuoldbsebreved thoavdeevbeeloepn ionbtoserved to develop into
removed from the turrefmaorevae.dSforomme thetytupricfaal rfeaair.ySroinmges onetyoprictawl ofaiyryearrisngs one or two years
types of organic matyttpeer,s soufchorgasanic lamteart.ter, such as later.
sawdust, incorporatedsianwtodsuositl,minicxoersporated into soil mixes
have been associatehdavewitbheemn oaressociMataendagwemithenmt porraecticeMs tahnaatgaerme uesnet dpractices that are used
fairy ring problems wfhailrsyt rsintegriplizroinbglemsfowr hliolsctalsizterdilizdinryg spofotsr tlocaplirzeevdendt ry spots to prevent
the soil may increaseththeesmoilomn anyewincreatshee thseomil ofrnomnewbecomthiengsodirl y fraonmd becoming dry and
golf greens becausegomlfangyreeonf sthbeecauhsyedrmopahnoybiocfinththee rinhgysdrwopillhhoeblipc tino the rings will help to
antagonistic microorgaanntiasgmosnistoticthmeicroorergdaunciesmthse tdoamthaege threatduthceeythcaeudsaem. age that they cause.
fairy ring fungi are kilflaeidry. Trihneg lfouwnegri areAkeilrliefidc.aTtihoen alonwdewraterAinegriofifctahtieonrinagnsd watering of the rings
level of microbial activlietyveinl ohfigmhicsraonbdial acttoiviwtyeitnthhieghssoailnids effetoctiwveetinthseomsoeil is effective in some
mixtures may explain mwihxytufraeirsymrinaygsexplacinasweshywfahiirlystriningsmostcacsaesseswdhuilsritngin most cases during
are usually more damargeinugsounalltyhemsoere dahmotawginegatohner,thfreesqeuenthuostewoefawtheettr,infgrequent use of wetting
types of greens. Alsot,ypseosmoef ogfretheens. Aalsgoe,nstsomheelposf ttohereducaegethnetsdhaemlpasgeto reduce the damage
new fungicides that naerew lafubnegleicdidteos thfartomarehlyadbreolpehdotboic sofrilo. mWhiylsdtronpohtobic soil. Whilst not
control fairy rings maycoevnetrnolinfacirreyarsinegs minayaellvceansiensc,rethaseefungiincidaell sc,aPsreoss,tathr e fungicides, Prostar
some types of fairy sroinmgeprtoypbelesmosf faiaryndrinHgerpitraogbele,masre laabnedledHefroitragteh,e are labeled for the
because many of thbeecaanutasgeonmisatnicy of ctohnetroalnotafgfoaniriystricings caonndtrhoalvoef hfaivrey rings and have have
fungi may be killedf.unRgei mmovaayl boef killseudc.ceRsesmfuollyvadlonoef so wsuhcilcset lsoscfaullilzyindgone so whilst localizing
the soil in the fairythreingsoailffeinctethde fadirryy srpinogt parfofebcletemds, budtrtyhsepyomt payronboletms, but they may not

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control all types of fungi that can belief that fairies danced inside the
cause the rings as the materials circle of mushrooms. Mushrooms
may not penetrate deep enough into are a type of fungus, and fairy rings
the soil where most of the fungus form as a result of the way certain
is located. In some cases the fairy types of fungi grow.
ring symptoms disappear soon after
treatment with the fungicides, but Besides being unsightly, fairy
appear again the following year. rings can cause serious damage to
The green effect of fairy rings can the green. Often the disease will
be masked sometimes by applying produce a thick fungal mat that
extra nitrogen at times of the year prevents water from reaching the
most favorable for the growth of the grass roots below and once the soil
grasses. becomes dry it is very difficult to wet
and the grass roots eventually die.
What causes a fairy ring to form? The fungus may also deplete soil
nutrients and, in some cases, will
The circular pattern of mushrooms is release a toxic by-product that can
known as a fairy ring from the old directly kill the turf within a ring.

Treatment
1. Remove excess thatch and aerate compacted soils.
2. Keep green well-watered.
3. Encourage beneficial soil microbes by top dressing with a humus

builder such as well aged manure or finished compost.
4. Once the disease appears it is very difficult to eliminate - there is

NO natural control.

Although Fairy rings have been observed for hundreds of years in turf with
many different effects on turfgrasses, relatively few studies have been done
on this disease on turfgrasses with most of the information in recent years
only being observations. These are difficult diseases to study and manage
because the disease development can be variable from year to year.

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CATEGORY A - BOCAYTSE(GHOARNYDAICA- PBO0YTSO(H2A4)NDSITCAABPLE0FTOORD24) STABLEFORD

PLACING PLACING NAME NAME HCP POINTSHCP POINTS
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WINNER WINNER JEREMY HOO KUOJKERMEIMNY HOO KUOK20MIN 40 20 40
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RUNNER - UP RUNNER - UPMUHAMMAD HAZMIQUAHEAMMAMNAD HAZ9IQ AEMAN 40 9 39
37
1ST RUNNER - UP1ST RUNNERS-HUAPRVISH RAVINDSRHAANRVISH RAVIND2R3AN 39 23 36
36
4TH PLACING 4TH PLACINGNIK MUHD YUSUFNIK MUHD YUSUF 22 39 22
POINTS
5TH PLACING 5TH PLACINGPAN CAL VIN PAN CAL VIN 13 37 13 55
44
6TH PLACING 6TH PLACINGZAIRUL AFIQ ZAIRUL AFIQ 24 36 24 42

7TH PLACING 7TH PLACINGRIZQ ADAM RIZQ ADAM 5 36 5

CATEGORY B - BOCYASTE(GHOARNYDBICA- PBO2Y5ST(OHA36N)DISCTAAPB2LE5FTOORD36) STABLEFORD

PLACING PLACING NAME NAME HCP POINTSHCP

WINNER WINNER RAHUL VENKAT RARVAIHSUALNVKEANRKAT RA3V3ISANKAR 55 33

RUNNER - UP RUNNER - UPDARSHEAN RAJ MDAANRISHEAN RAJ M2A5NI 44 25

1ST RUNNER - UP1ST RUNNERL-EUEPKEN LEE KEN 36 42 36

Jeremy Hoo Kuok MJienre(BmoyysHoAo-KWuoinknMeri)n (Boys A - Winner) Rahul Venkat RavisaRnakhaurl (VBeonyksaBt R-aWvisinannekra)r (Boys B - Winner)
& Abel Tam & Abel Tam & Abel Tam & Abel Tam

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SNAPSHOTS | FEBRUARY JUNIOR TOURNAMENT

CATEGORY A - GIRLS (HANDICAP 0 TO 30) STABLEFORD

PLACING NAME HCP POINTS
14 48
WINNER ONG YEN XUAN 6 41
8 39
RUNNER - UP FOONG ZI YU 22 38

1ST RUNNER - UP JUNG JI HYO HCP POINTS
34 49
4TH PLACING EMILIE KATE MAY 36 22
36 16
CATEGORY B - GIRLS (HANDICAP 31 TO 36) STABLEFORD

PLACING NAME

WINNER LEE ANNE

RUNNER UP DALIA TANG BINTI IMRAN

1ST RUNNER - UP NUR YASMIN BINTI JAFNAR

Ong Yen Xuan (Gilrs A - Winner) & Lee Anne (Gilrs B - Winner) & Abel Tam
Abel Tam

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SNAPSHOTS | CHINESE NEW YEAR 2019

Chinese NewYear Event

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#TPCKL LOCAL RULES

1. Out of bounds (Rule 18)

a. Beyond any wall; in or beyond any ditch; any dots / line or fence. White stakes show

where the boundary edge is.

b. Where boundary objects as per 1(a) do not exist, then the white stakes define the

boundary.

2. Penalty Areas (Rule 17)

a. Penalty areas are marked with Yellow / Red (lines and / or stakes).

b. Where the edge of the penalty area is defined by lines, stakes show where the

penalty area is.

c. If any penalty area is unmarked (such as concrete drains, ditch and etc), it is treated

as a Red penalty area and its inner sides define the edge of the penalty area.

3. Drop Zones for Penalty Areas (East: Holes 13,15,17 / West: Hole 11, 15)

Drop zones are provided as an additional option.

4. Abnormal Course Conditions (Rule 16)

a. Any area encircled by a white line.

b. Rained washed crevices in bunkers and deep tyre ruts in general areas. Relief is

available for lie of the ball and area of intended swing only.

c. Landscaped areas that are surrounded by cart paths are treated as a single

abnormal course condition.

d. Newly turfed areas.

e. Protection of young trees. Such trees are identified by white stakes.

f. Other areas considered by a Rules official as abnormal course condition.

5. Edging grooves around putting greens (Rule 16)

If a ball lies in or on a groove around the putting green, the ball may without penalty, be

lifted, cleaned and placed out of the groove, whether on or off the putting green, no nearer

the hole.

6. Integral Parts of the Course

a. All landscaped areas (in general areas) including natural rocks and flowerbeds;

except those described in 4(c).

b. Concrete retaining walls, timber pilings and rocks located within penalty areas.

c. Areas covered by wood chips, but individual wood chips are loose impediments.

7. Suspension of play (Rule5)

Immediate stop : One prolonged note of the siren (Penalty for breach is

Disqualification)

Normal stop : Three consecutive notes of the siren.

Resume play : Two short notes of the siren

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RECIPROCAL / AFFILIATED CLUBS

RECIPROCAL CLUBS

AUSTRALIA
HUNTINGDALE GOLF CLUB

Windsor Avenue, Oakleigh South, Victoria, Australia 3167
Tel: +6135704133 Email: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
•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: [email protected] 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: [email protected]
•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
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MYANMAR
PUN HLAING GOLF CLUB

Pun Hlaing Golf Estate Avenue, Hlaing Tharyar Township, Yangon, Myanmar
Tel : + 95-1 684020 Email: [email protected]
•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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected] [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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
[email protected]

* 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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TPC Kuala Lumpur
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Check out the latest copy
and read her story about
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TPC KUALA LUMPUR

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

T 603 - 2011 9188 F 603 - 2011 9288 W tpckl.com


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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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: [email protected] [email protected]
• 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: [email protected]
• 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
[email protected]

* 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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