World Class Soccer Clinic
Dainfern Golf Estate was very proud to host the 4-day Jarrad Ince Clinic proudly brought to the players by Global Soccer School International. This world-class coaching clinic was offered to students from 8 – 16 years by Jarrad Ince and his team from Manchester United Academy and JNS Football.
It was wonderful to witness young people who are passionate about soccer receiving coaching from an international group to enhance their skills. Such an opportunity can have a significant impact on their development as players and provide them with valuable insights and techniques.
Paint your own masterpiece!
We hosted such a successful paint night at the end of June that we booked a second one for July!
It was a huge success, and the attendees had a wonderful time. The event was filled with fun, laughter, delicious food, and some painting in between. With close to 100 participants, it’s evident that the event was well-received and enjoyed by many.
Special thanks to SIX33 for their assistance and support in making the paint night a memorable experience for everyone involved. Events like these play a vital role in bringing the community together and fostering a sense of camaraderie among residents.
For #Mandela Day this year a decision was taken to support our local organisations.
1. Our maintenance department installed a jungle gym at the Ikemeleng Foundation in Diepsloot and took through many donated items that they in desperate need of.
2. The administrative ladies from the DHA and Trafalgar supported the Dainfern KnitWits for Madiba at Dainfern Square for their 67 minutes.
3. The Golf Department collected donations for the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
It was wonderful to actively participate in all these activities and to support Madiba’s goal
of giving back to the world around us and contributing to global humanitarianism.
Exciting new operational asset for the Dainfern Nature Association (DNA)
With the assistance of the Board, Management, and Turfnet, the Dainfern Nature Association purchased a commercial grade “golf bakkie” for use by Olivia Denny (who is the interface between Dainfern Management, the Dainfern Nature Association, and Turfnet) as well as Youngson Thawi who has worked in Dainfern for 13 years.
The cart is an operational asset and will be used in the day-to-day maintenance and development of the nature areas that the DNA is responsible for, moving people and materials to places that are not easily accessible.
We are looking forward to …
hosting a Blood Drive on 5 August, the Masters and Senior Masters on 19 and 20 August and a special Women’s Day breakfast with Nikki Bush on 26 August.
By Peet Trollip – Operations Manager
The first month after our AGM has been very successful. Working with our new Chair, Ms Geraldine Harris has ensured that we are concentrating on many areas within the Estate and embarking on a journey to...