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Course update

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Drought The impact of the drought on the course is apparent on some fairways. In general the tees and greens are holding up well despite the relatively poor quality of the water from the spike and sump. Trees are not being watered due to restrictions and watering of tees and...
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Members v. Caddies & Staff

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At 8.30am on Sunday 21 May the annual match between the Members and Caddies & Staff took place at Knysna Golf Club. The format was better-ball matchplay with 20 players on each side making a total of 10 matches. The Caddies & Staff started well winning both their opening matches...
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Course update

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Work on the course has continued over the last few weeks with the completion of the new bunker along the left side of the 6th fairway. It was extended back towards the 200 metre marker. Also landscaping has been put in short of the bunker and at a future date...
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Championship results

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Congratulations to all those who took part in the Knysna Golf Club Championships for 2017 and in particular this year's champions. The list of winners for this year is: 36-hole medal, gross scores MEN  A-DIVISION Winner – Stephen Lee 149 Runner-up – Steve Rumball 150 B-DIVISION Winner – Steve Twycross...
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Congratulations to Rob & Tanya

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The first ever Mixed Club Championships took place on Sunday 5 March. A completely full field of 64 pairs (including some visitors) battled it out to be awarded the new glass salver trophy and hold title of Mixed Club Champions for 2017. The usual format for monthly mixed competitions is an alliance...
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Nesting Spotted Thicknee on the 4th hole

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Photo: Peter Oosthuizen The Spotted Thicknee (Burhinus capensis) is known by various names, including Spotted Dikkop or Cape Thick-knee, or Gewone Dikkop. The spotted thick-knee, which can reach up to 45.5 cm (17.9 in) in height, has long legs and brown-and-white speckled plumage which provides camouflage, making it difficult to spot the…

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