SUPER 18 HOLE AMBROSE TEAMS GOLF DAY
All welcome to enter Golfers, Non Golfers, Hitters and Hackers
Join us for a fun day out at
Waitikiri Golf Club - Burwood
Friday 27th September: 12-30 shotgun start
Entry Fee: $50 per player including a meal after the game & two’s.
Food and Prize Table to follow.
Entries Close: Wednesday 18th September, the field will be limited to the first 120 paid entries.
Conditions of entry: The tournament is open to all full time workers in the Electrical Industry and those now retired.
MEN - LADIES - NON HANDICAP - START UP YOUR OWN INTERHOUSE CHALLENGE TEAM
NOTE: Team entries will not be accepted unless payment is received within three working days of sending
You will be notified if payment is not received in the allocated time and you may make alternative arrangements if this is the case
Please ensure that payment is made in one payment for all players registered in this form
ie: One cheque or all cheques included in postal payment
Post Cheque to:
Electrical Trades Golf Club, C/- Fitzwilliam Electrical, 57 Nursery Road, Phillipstown, Christchurch
You can pay by Direct Debit to our Bank Account as follows:
Please ensure your name is included in the payment details and your entry form is filled out correctly via online method or via post.
Or use the secure online credit card feature.
There are two features of Waitikiri that stand out for visiting golfers: - the serene beauty of the parkland setting, which is at its best in early spring and the extraordinary variety of trees, both young and old which distinguishes Waitikiri from other courses in Canterbury.
The course was designed and built around 1937-39 by A.R. Blank. He considered dog-legs the golfer's best friend or worst enemy, whichever way you prefer to look at it. There are no fewer than thirteen dog-leg holes of varying severity.
The four par 3 holes are highly regarded by golfers. Both the 3rd and 9th holes require a well struck longer club with no room for error. The 12th and 17th are shorter holes which require accurate tee shots to well guarded greens.
The three par 5 holes offer a variety of conditions and layout. The fourth is highlighted by a superbly designed green. The tenth is a risk and reward par 5 which longer hitters may get close to but beware of the difficult up and down if your ball strays left or right. The barrelling long eleventh presents many difficulties.
There are over thirty bunkers on the course. Some are shallow; others like craters. They are judiciously placed and not always obvious from the tee.
The greens are a strong point at Waitikiri, often running at 10.5-11 on the stimpmeter and provide a truly superb test to the golfer's putting abilities.