Hello Members, Sponsors & Patron
Please be advised of the changes to the smoking areas at the Club bought in as of 21st February 2016.
No smoking zones at all times
Alfresco area, bowling surrounds and croquet greens.
Designated smoking areas
Artificial grassed area adjacent to the alfresco area, the old tank (rear of A & B greens) and the carpark.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Last Sunday afternoon saw the finals of the Second Division Pennants played at Margaret River with Dunsborough Blue playing off against the Margaret River team.
The two games of this Division were both fiercely contested and provided excellent entertainment as a first class exhibition of bowls was demonstrated by both our teams.
Bill Hitsert and his team of Clive Williams, Wayne Barnett and Ian Creighfinished just one point ahead of their Margaret River rivals.
Rob Prentice, with Heinz Fischer, Norman Gage and Bay Collison drew with Margaret River.
Dunsborough Blue finished ahead by 1 point to win the aggregate.
Well done to both teams.
This event is to be played next week, Thursday 10th March. Men’s social bowls are cancelled for that day.
I am still hoping that further teams will be nominated for this prestigious event. Great cash prizes are offered and the event has attracted several teams from other Clubs.
It’s the final Open Men’s event for the season so nominate and be part of the fun. It’s Mufti dress, BYO lunch and 9.00am start.
The final Tuesday game will be played tonight. Last Wednesday saw the final Wednesday game played.
The annual Corporate Bowls Challenge between Cowaramup and Dunsborough will be hosted by the Dunsborough Club tomorrow evening. Come along and support this final Corporate Bowls event for the season.
The 2015-16 Corporate Bowls season was again a tremendous success and my thanks are extended to Janice Hoover for the exceptional manner in which she has both organised and run the event this season. A great deal of time, effort and planning is required for this event to proceed successfully and Janice has certainly given so much to ensure the obvious success the event has achieved. My appreciation is also extended to Wendell for his ongoing technical support for the week-to-week planning and recording of teams’ progress.So many volunteers are involved both inside and out on both nights to successfully manage the event and I thank them also.
Today will see the final game of this series played at Dunsborough. The event has been well supported throughout the 2015-16 season and my thanks got to Peter Cracknell and John Tucker for their efforts in handling the Dunsborough side of this event.
We are now playing croquet on Saturday afternoon, 2pm – 4.30pm. All are welcome. Equipment available. Please wear flat shoes.
Club Members $3
Free to a Good home
1 small tin shed. Approximately 0.8m x 1.5m. Remove at your leisure (ASAP). Currently standing adjacent to the shelter at the back of Croquet Court 2.
Don’t forget, Ricochet Championship, Friday 11th & Saturday 12th of March.
Get your names on the board for this gathering of the clans. Teams of two (Robin and David are already practicing). We will play set times with dinner together on Friday. Running up to the grand crescendo on Saturday with prizes for the following:
- The most extraordinary shot of the championship.
- The longest hoop shot
- Lucky spot @ specific time
- Most attractive dresser.
- And of course the Champions
You’ve got to be in it to win it.
Men’s Golf Section
Newsletter 1 March, 2016 (Ron Carmody)
Great News for DDCC Golf Course Players
On 29 February, 2016 our Greens Renovation Project was completed . This is a Leap Year and a Leap Ahead for All Golfers.
We now have 18 greens, consistent, complete, ready for all golfers to hone their putting skills.
This is a part of our great year ahead to celebrate the 40 th Anniversary of Golf at DDCC.
One scrape out and one scrape in and then hole your Putt.
The project has taken a little over a year, including many hours of work by a dedicated team of volunteers and sub committee, sourcing and trialling different types of soils and toppings, use of local contractors and suppliers, valuable support from the Busselton City Council and DDCC Management , Men’s and Ladies “ Golf Committees , Members, and other interested helpers, capably chaired by Men’s Golf President, Brian Morris.
Well Done to You All – Now Enjoy Your Golf!
A kangaroo laying an egg
100 CLUB RAFFLE IS HERE FOR EVERYONE!!
The Combined Golf Section are holding a 100 Club Raffle to help fund our
refurbishing of the golf greens. It is different to the 100 Club held a few years ago.
This is a raffle where only 100 tickets are sold and there will be 9 draws conducted
throughout the year from May until September. Hopefully it will create a bit of
interest and bit of fun along the way as well as raise some money!!
Over the coming golf season there will be 8 Regular Draws each with a 1st prize of
$300 and 2nd prize of $200. Then on September 1st there will be a Final Draw with
a 1st prize of $700, 2nd prize of $200 and 3rd prize of $100.
Overall there are 19 chances to win which equates to nearly a 1 in 5 chance of
winning-so pretty good odds when compared to lotto!! All 100 numbered balls will
be placed in the barrel at the start of each draw-therefore, one number could win
more than one prize but NOT in the SAME draw. The winners DO NOT have to be
present to win.
Results of the draws will be published on the DDCC website and in the DDCC
Weekly Newsletter the following Tuesday of each draw and advertised in the Club.
Tickets are for sale now and are $100 each. So get in quick to be able to select
your favourite number/s ticket. Some may wish to form a group of 4/5 people each
paying $25/$20 each-this may be a good way to buy a ticket. It may be good fun to
be in a couple of groups- more chance of a win!! Perhaps there is a birthday
coming up-maybe a ticket as a present?!?! Or maybe you might just want a ticket
all to yourself!!! Whatever suits you -we will be more than happy to sell you a ticket!!
The first draw is on the 7th of May. So if you wish to purchase a ticket please
contact a golf member (male or female) or contact Vicki Frost on 0428649810 at
Thank you for your interest and we wish everyone the Best of Luck!!!
I have new green tags for 2016 to identify current cycle club members. Can you please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to check your expiry dates and to organise collection of new bike tags. Replies may take a week or so!
Hi riders, the recent spits of rain have made the tracks nice and tacky. This was enjoyed by Mon afternoon’s riders.
Ride results are as follows-
Jess 10.8 km in 32 mins 30secs 19.9km/hr
Mike 11.6km in 35 min 30 19.6km/hr
Jon White who was chicked by Jess, and also became lost! Approx 10.8km 38 min 8 sec about 17.4km/hr
Helen 10.8km in 37 min 50 17.1km/hr
Wags 9.1km in 38 min 14.3km/hr
Simon new rider!! about 10km 40 min 50 13.2km/hr
Anthony 7 km in 75 min about 4 km/hr! OK made that up…forgot to record his time.
Amber Nash DNF, did not even start…
Debra Renn DNF also did not start….
Great to have you all along.
Join us for the next ride Monday March 14 5.30pm from Dunsborough Country Club
Dunsborough Cycle Club
Friday Night Dinner
Friday night meals will now be available from 5.30pm with last orders by 8.00pm. Hamish is offering a selection of cooked to order dishes. Tapas style dishes will also be available on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 4.30 pm to 7.30 pm.
Friday Night Dinner Menu
4th March 2016
Bronze whaler, coleslaw, hand cut fries & tartare. $22
Chicken hot roast with yogurt & spices. Pumpkin with morocan spices & fresh herbs $22
Spinach & feta pastries, relish, garden vegetable & quinoa salad. $20
Thai salad of crispy pork neck, fresh herbs, bean shoots and peanut palm sugar dressing. $22
Kids fish & chips. $10
Lime short bread. Chocolate mousse, vanilla ice cream and stonefruit syrup. $7
To book your table Click Here
Friday Night Jackpot
The Members Jackpot was not won on Friday night. This Friday there will be 2 jackpot draws. The first will be for $1000. The second draw will be $100. Members must be financial and present to claim. The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30 pm – 6.30 pm in the Club rooms.