US Masters Draw
Our 2019 US Masters Draw will take place from 9 April - 18 May 2018.
A huge thank you to all who have purchased tickets over the years. The money raised has been spent in the following ways:
- Upgrading the pupils and staff toilets
- Upgrading the tennis courts
- Refurbishing the kitchen in the pavilion
- Upgrading the College reception area
- Upgrading the staff room
- Purchasing gazebos
- Equipping the Brother Alpheus Sciences Centre
- Security gates
- Office and classroom furniture
- White boards
- Interactive data projectors
- Repainting, new carpets, new curtains in the pavilion
Previous US Masters Draw Winners
2017 - Our 12th US Masters Draw winner:
2016 - Our 11th US Masters Draw winner:
Oliver Webb and his fourball at the 2017
US Masters tournament.
John Robbie announcing the winner.
2015 - Our 10th US Masters Draw winner:
Our 2016 US Masters winner Alastair Reid and his four-ball - John Cairns, Dave
Donald & Jan Pienaar - in Augusta and ready to watch some golf!
The winning ticket was drawn by John Robbie - and we were delighted
that our winners were at the Draw!
Mr Alastair Reid (second from left) with his very happy four-ball
2014 - Our 9th US Masters Draw winner:
Our 2014 winners at the 2015 US Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta
2013 - Our 8th US Masters Draw winner:
Our 2013 winners at the 2014 US Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta
2012 - Our 7th US Masters Draw winner:
Our 2012 winners at the 2013 US Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta
2011 - our 6th US Masters Draw winner:
Our 2011 winners at the 2012 US Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta
2010 - Our 5th US Masters Draw winner:
Our 2010 winners at the 2011 US Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta
The winning ticket was drawn by John Robbie, who called Mrs Van Den Ende immediately!
John Robbie calling Gareth Joubert to give him the good news!
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The annual DLSHCC Highland Gathering is a wonderful event at the College!
This is just the place if you wish to get a little taste of what Scottish heritage is all about. There are only a few schools in the city that have their own pipe bands, and this is your chance to hear and experience them for yourself.
The De La Salle Highland Gathering takes place on the high school’s rugby fields, providing guests with ample space to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of the bagpipes and dancers. To keep everyone thoroughly entertained, there is a market with a wide variety of stalls as well as plenty of entertainment for the children, a beer tent, food stalls, tea garden and much more!
To round off the day, all 25 competing bands and some of the highland dancers join together for a performance which is a 'goose-bump' event.