Before we go to the day at Emeralda GC , have you signed up yet for the JAWS ANNIVERSARY CUP 2021?
Since spots are filling up fast , please sign up at the earliest.
🏆 OVERALL WINNER CATEGORY 🏆
A Flight 1-15 hdcp – Best Nett 1 and 2 and B Flight 16- 28 hdcp – Best Nett 1 and 2
Other Prizes – Lowest Gross Overall
Match Format : Best Nett based on Jaws HC or other system handicaps like Grint or club handicaps but only after they are cross verified by JAWS admins,
🏆 JAWS MEMBER ONLY PRIZES 🏆
- Most improved JAWS SHARK in the last 6 months
- Most rounds played by a JAWS SHARK in 6 months
- Loudest JAWS SHARK
- Gentleman/Lady JAWS SHARK (One who follows all the USGA Rules and Golfing etiquettes)
- Clubman of the Year- the SHARK who lives and embodies the JAWS spirit
- Great White SHARK on the year – winner of highest amount of Best Nett scores in 2020
🏆REGISTRATION DETAILS 🏆
Participant Details/ Who can join – This JAWS event is an open event , open to all and any golfer, from any and every society, as long as they are able to produce a verifiable USCA HC either from their Golf Club or their Golf Society or from Golf Apps like Grint or mygolf2u or any other such golf handicap application.
Tee Time – 12 noon but for golfers that will be praying tee off will be 12.30 pm
Entry Fee – Rp 950,000/- per golfer, this amount includes- 1 round of Golf , Dinner, a Golf T-Shirt , Goody bag and participation in the Lucky Draw on the day
Your Booking Slot – for the Anniversary Cup only confirms post JAWS receiving the payment at the below banking details
Bank – BCA
Name – Mahwati
Number – 4971691705
Branch – KCU BUMI SERPONG DAMAI, Indonesia
To confirm your slot for the AMS presents , JAWS 1st Anniversary Cup , please make the payment to the above BCA account and send the proof of payment to Mr Chris Lever by whats app at Mr Chris +62 87878714019
The day that was ….
The tension in the air was thick enough to cut with an Indonesian Kris as 19 Sharks set off Tuesday morning for a round at Emeralda Golf Estate.
Despite big early morning rain, the weather held up for the round with the fairways staying slightly soggy but manageable.
The tension was palpable as most players in the five flights were eager to hone their skills for the myriad of JAWS events coming up in the weeks ahead.
From the kick off of the JAWS World Cup Matchplay to the first JAWS Anniversary Cup, there is lots of competition in the air and most players looked ready with net scores ranging from 67 to 85. A big thanks to all who made it out for a fun day and good luck!
Geoff, Aleksi, Divya and John all found moments of brilliance and agony on the day. Geoff was his consistent self most of the day finishing the very strong on the last three holes of the front nine.
While he stayed steady for most of the back nine, he found just enough trouble to keep him out of contention. Aleksi found some of his amazing long shots off the tees and fairways but way too many errant shots had him searching the jungle for balls a good part of the day.
Divya, the Megalodon, keep on his normal pressure hitting pars on the first two holes and then an impressive birdie on the 10th hole. A few double bogies kept him off the top spot but 8 pars and a birdie still placed him joint 5th on the JAWS Leaderboard.
John found some great moments particularly on the greens but inevitable bad holes turned to disaster holes and resulted in a score higher than he would have liked.
Second Flight off Hole#1 Lake consisted of Emil Marcelo, Bobby Cangkrama, Willy Noronha and Simon Reynolds. Looking sharp in his JAWS Golf apparel, Emil stripped his opening drive long and straight down the middle. After an easy 2-putt par on Hole#1, Emil struggled to find consistency especially with his long game, perhaps he was trying too hard to find distance, when clearly: good contact and a smooth transition clearly reaped better results.
On hole #8 Lake, the down then up Par 5 at 420 m, Emil (Wolff) demonstrated his class and strength. He hit a solid drive followed by a rescue that left him a few metres short of the green. A ‘casual’ chip denied him of what should have been an easy birdie settling for a par. With some work on his second shots and chipping Emil will be tough to beat. A warm welcome back to JAWS stalwart and low-handicapper Bobby ‘Money Man’ Cangkrama after some time off away from the course nursing knee trouble. His opening drive being one of very few off centre strikes, as he went about quietly and confidently making 8 pars and 9 bogey’s and a lone double, to put together a solid 83, net 71 and tied Best net 2 with one of his fellow flight members for the day.
Tee off’s were solid, irons were sharp and several putts grazed the whole, A great display of solid ball striking, welcome back Bro Bobby! Willy also had a great day at the office. His first nine of 45 will give him great confidence and vision towards his potential to improve his game and handicap. It was all the more impressive as he used only a 5 wood off the tee which he consistently hit 220m straight. Once he develops his confidence with his 3 wood and driver, with shorter second shot’s to the green, his putts and chips in theory will be shorter also.
He was playing the River Course 9 layout for the first time put the brakes on a potentially very low score but none the less a net 73 and a tied best net 5 shows promise. Expecting great strides and much improvement this year Willy! Admin Simon had a solid round at Emeralda.
Despite a few errant tee shots, he successfully took advantage of the short par 4’s and par 5’s recording 3 birdies for the round and was whiskers away from 2-3 more. His scorecard was colourful to say the least: 3 birdies, 9 pars, 3 bogey’s, 2 double’s and 1 triple resulted in a net 71 and a tied best net 2 with fellow flight member Bobby C. On two occasions, Simon bounced back well recording individual birdies after both his double bogey’s on the card. Proving a point that, don’t let a bad hole get to you as golf gives you plenty of chances to claw back a bad hole or two.
Willy, Fernando, Yasin and Carlo started off on Lake hole 2. All four were solid on the front nine. Willy played a very solid front nine with four pars and only one double bogie. He found some trouble on the tail end of the back nine finishing up with a double par and triple bogie that kept him out of contention.
Fernando stayed consistent on the front and back nine with no major blow-up holes but too many double bogies. Yasin also stayed relatively consistent on the front and back but didn’t find his normal array of pars to keep him in contention. Newcomer Carlo, unfortunately acquainted himself with the evils of Rivers course to which JAWS players are all too familiar.
He also found some solid play especially on Lake where he hit impressive pars on the 4th and 8th holes.
The round started on the 3rd hole at for Jens, Jim, Iris and Chris. The fairways were wet but in beautiful condition the greens were fast and hard to stick. Unfortunately Jens couldn’t see fit to finish his game and left after 7 holes.
Then there were 2. Iris played well on the course but the slow play on the back nine was so bad it took a toll on both players. Jim played well from the tee box but struggled with his short game. All and all the it was good day and a great round.
WELL PLAYED TO THE WINNERS
1* Weekday Golf Vouchers
|Fernando Gaggino||Pondok Cabe voucher|
|Yasin Pradjadisastra||Pondok Cabe voucher|
|Aleksi Tiihonen||Pondok Cabe voucher|
IN OTHER NEWS
The 2021 JAWS member T-shirts are here and are being distributed over 130 plus shirts have been already give out to all JAWS members , balance 60 left for players to collect on the next round they play, please collect your T-shirt from Divya Ahuja
⛳️ JAWS COVID GUIDE⛳️
It is highly recommended that all JAWS SHARKs please
1. Wear a face mask ideally wherever possible. This is not only for your own protection but also for the protection of all around you.
2. Make sure you wash your hands regularly.
3. Lastly , If you have been in close contact with a confirmed case: *get tested ASAP* or stay home and self isolate for minimum 10 days.
We believe that most golfers and definitely all SHARKs will behave as responsible adults and will take sensible precautions to prevent themselves or others from getting Covid-19.
The JAWS member FACE MASKS are also here , please collect your free (Origami , 4D) face mask at the next game
VIA.COM-MATCHPLAY SHARK 2021
58 Sharks have already signed up , Please pay your registration fees to Chris Lever no later than 4th February 2021, Match play Draws will be done on the 5th February post the first Round of the World Cup
If you are keen to participate in this to win the SHARK of the Year please click on the link to join this group. https://chat.whatsapp.com/FebzwyFlEnU2lWpAccSy7Q
May the best SHARK win
SINGGASANA JAWS WORLD CUP 2021 FIRST ROUND FEBRUARY 5TH , SENTUL HIGHLANDS
The JAWS WORLD CUP is finally here and the chatter is off the charts, both teams ready , final touches on strategies being put, planned sneaky practice rounds being played , 5 cases of SAN MIGUEL beers ready to be chilled, this world cup has the promise to be a cracker !
ASIA Vs ROW
ROUND 1 – 5th February , Format Singles with 20 players a side
Each match features one player from each team. The player with the lower score on each hole wins that hole. If their scores are tied, the hole is halved.
|Flight 1. Nick R HC 4 vs Divya A HC 12 and Simon R HC 7 vs Fitrat A HC 6|
|Flight 2. Mark HC 16 vs Hilzon M HC 14 and Willi G HC 17 vs Arnold HC 16|
|Flight 3. Chris L HC 17 vs Taufik B HC 21 and James B HC 10 vs Bobby C HC 11|
|Flight 4. Aidan L HC 14 vs Vijay S HC 16 and Aleksi T HC 12 vs TPS HC 12|
|Flight 5. Fernando G HC 15 vs Gaurav S HC 12 and Giles T HC 9 vs Tarlok S HC 13|
|Flight 6. Iris R HC 12 vs Randy A HC 10 and Richard B HC 6 vs Subash A HC 13|
|Flight 7. Will A HC 28 vs Pras S HC 19 and Ola J HC 28 vs Audie K HC 21|
|Flight 8. Geoff T HC 18 vs Willi N HC 18 and Albert S HC 25 vs Parman F HC 14|
|Flight 9. Jens R HC 14 vs Emil M HC 17 and Eric HC 18 vs Imran H HC 9|
|Flight 10. Jim K HC 21 vs Marvin A HC 12 and Kevin HC 28 vs Diana S HC 28|
May the best team of Sharks win !! , the race to 61 points in on !!!
SCORECARDS FOR HANDICAPS
It is VITAL that at the end of a round that all scorecards are checked by at least 2 people in the group.
NET scores MUST BE CLEAR and the card given in must be signed by 2 people.
BEHAVIOUR AND RULES
JAWS is a golf society promoting camaraderie and fun on the course but abiding by our societies rules of etiquette we can assure you of a much better and valuable golfing experience for your playing partners and yourself.
Not only must we uphold our reputation as a society at golf courses, don’t forget to value your own reputation as a golfer on and off the golf course.
For more details on JAWS GOLF ETIQUETTES please click the link below.
Finally, next up is the first round of the SINGGASANA JAWS WORLD CUP @ SENTUL HIGHLANDS GC, on Friday the 5th February 2021 , 12 noon tee off, 42 players have signed up, if you are keen to join this event please sign up asap.
See you there !!!! 🦈⛳🦈