Friday 21st December 2021
“Hockey is a sport for white men. Basketball is a sport for black men. Golf is a sport for white men dressed like black pimps.”
– Tiger Woods
JAWS returned to the Gunung Geulis Golf resort for the first time in over a year, to play the challenging Mountain Course: Gunung Geulis West Course. Famous in Indonesia as the host venue for the Credit Suisse Matchplay Championship. With wet and windy weather ever present for the whole week, the course was still very damp and light rain on the day produced tough playing conditions with the mountain course playing even longer then usual.
Hitting from the Blue tees, the conditions favoured the ‘longer hitters’ with ‘Bam Bam’ Bram Sostenes ripping up the course with a Gross 81 and Nett 66 to secure Best Nett I by a 9 stroke margin, well played Bram! Clearly taking advantage of his length off the tee backing it up with some solid short game play.
Robson Drummond enjoyed a great day on the course and clearly liked the course posting a nett 75 a pretty decent score on his first time playing GG and especially in the wet and damp conditions, keep it up Robson!
A warm welcome back to the original ‘Bandit’ Divya Ahuja, from his travels in the Middle East posting a respectable 77 nett to share Best nett III tied with 2021 JAWS Matchplay finalist Chris Lever.
The Challenging Course was enjoyed by all players and we look forward to our return hopefully to play the neighbouring East Course with its Wicker Basket Pin Flags.
Congratulations to the Winners:
- Best Net I: Bram Sostenes – Nett 66
- Best Nett II: Robson Drummond – Nett 75
- Best Nett III – tied: Chris Lever & Divya Ahuja – Nett 77
Join us for our next game and last game of 2021!
Friday 31/12: Cengkareng Golf Club for an 8am tee time…