Tuesday, 17 December 2019

Putt putt golf under shade sails

The wonderful Woodlands Garden area at Ron Smith Care Centre has become even more inviting with the addition of a shade sail over the putt golf green and croquet lawn.

“These sails not only complete the aesthetics of the area but provide much needed protection and shade from the sun for our residents and staff, enabling greater usage of the area by our care centre community,” says Debbie Christen, Rand Aid Manager: Recreational Programmes.

The lovely landscaped area includes a beautiful lapa with braai facilities, a jungle gym for children visiting their loved ones and a pavilion overlooking the Astroturf. Croquet and putt-putt golf can be played in the Garden.

A short stroll from the Garden is the wheelchair-friendly bridge that crosses the Jukskei River and leads to sister Rand Aid villages Tarentaal and Inyoni Creek.

Eleanor Motsepe on the move through the course.

Josephine Kew with volunteer Janine Tuson.

Lorraine Lowden lines up her shot. Looking good! 

Joy Smith, volunteer Jenny Holzberg and Gladys Rosenberg enjoy the golf and sunshine.

Phyllis Glass and her carer Emily.

Peggy Roberts with volunteer Dugald Paterson.

Volunteer Helen Dix with Christine Kincaid-Smith.

Looks like it’s going to be a hole-in-one for Eleanor Motsepe!

RSCC residents watching the action.

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