Thursday, 20 October 2016
10:30 – 20:30
Durban Country Club
The conference will ‘kick start’ with a golf day on 20 October 2016 from 10:30 – 20:30 at the prestigious Durban Country Club, situated only 1 kilometre north of Durban's "golden mile" beachfront and in the heart of Durban's thriving sporting precinct - opposite the iconic Moses Mabhida stadium.
Golfers can get back to swing on the day as they T’ and network in the greens. The 2013 conference saw a successful golf day with more than 60 players, it
is anticipated to have the number of players doubled in 2016. The day will end with prize giving ceremony in the evening. We will be more than grateful for your participation to make this golf day an unforgettable event.
To book, select the option on the conference registration form. If you have already registered but did not book for the golf,
ACCEPTABLE GOLF ATTIRE
THE FOLLOWING IS CONSIDERED TO BE APPROPRIATE GOLFING ATTIRE FOR THE GOLF COURSE AND DRIVING RANGE
- Shirts with collars & sleeves to be tucked in at all times
- Traditional long or short golf trousers with belt or clasp
- Drawstring and cargo pants are not allowed
- Traditional knee-length or short socks may be worn with short trousers
- Traditional golf hats or peaks to be worn with the peak forward
- Short socks and anklets must be predominantly white when worn with shorts
- Golf shoes with soft spikes
- No denim fabrics allowed
ANY PERSON DRESSED INAPPROPRIATELY WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ACCESS TO THE GOLF COURSE OR DRIVING RANGE GOLF COURSE ETIQUETTE
- Please repair all divots & pitch marks
- Please make sure you are on the tee at least 5 minutes ahead of your allotted time
- Sandbags with sand are compulsory to fill divots
- Rake all bunkers correctly
- Speed of play is of great importance to the enjoyment of your round & those behind you
- Strictly two persons only per golf cart
- When driving a cart do not cross the white ropes and follow the cart signs at all times
- Keep golf carts off all tee boxes
- Cellular telephones are not allowed to be used on the course or on the driving range
- The regulation dress code of the Women`s Golf Association of South Africa applies.
- Fashionable golfing attire is encouraged, but should be of a modest nature.
- Garments with low necklines, bare midriff or made from denim fabric are not permitted on the golf course.