SATURDAY WILLIAM PESCOD HIGH SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY GOLF DAY
A two under par gross 70, 42 individual stableford points and a successful count out saw Steven Turner the winner of the annual William Pescod High School Anniversary Golf Day Saturday. Brandfortd Golf Club visitor, Schalk van der Merwe, was the runner up also on 42 points. Four players followed on 41 points; Ricky Samuels, Peter Salo, Yusuf Kana and Cedric van der Ross. Tinus Venter and Christo Botma, who returned gross 74 and 71 respectively, were the final prize winners, each on 40 points.
FRIDAY ARABIAN COLLEGE RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB GOLF FUNDRAISER
On Friday Zahied and Mo Suliman returned 52 betterball points to win the Arabian College Rugby Football Club Golf Fundraiser, the format betterball stableford played from a scramble drive. Willie Delport and Jolene Herselman were the runners up on 50 points in a count out from third placed Naleem Saiman and Fazic Aysen.
FRIDAY SUN FLAMINGO NINER
A count out on 19 points decided the Sun Flamingo Niner Friday. Andries Kori was deemed first and Parks Mashabao second. Donald Whitebooi was third, alone on 18 points. Daryll and Neville Alexander were fourth and fifth respectively, each on 17 points.
THURSDAY KWV POWERPLAYY NINER
Two players returned 22 points in Thursday’s KWV Powerplay Niner in which each secured a much sought after “Big Six”. Flexx Rantoa was adjudged first and Noreen-Anne Crozier second. Neville Alexander, who also achieved a six pointer, was third on 20 points. A further three six pointers were also made by Dave Benade, Keven Wakeford and Susan Alexander.
Johan Herselman and Willie Delport posted 46 betterball points to win the Wednesday
WEDNESDAY HALFWAY HOUSE HOTEL BBS
Halfway House Hotel sponsored monthly competition. Barend Burger and Bennie Claasen were the runners up on 45 points. Gary Hepburn and Derek Potgieter were the final prize winners on 44 points.
GUNFIRE ON THE GREENS
On the same day, back at the ranch, the gunfire finally subsided on the 17th green. When the dust had settled and the smoke had cleared it was America two down with one to play. Still some bullets left, but, no more play-ground. The real difference, one or two jerky putts, the fault, the San Andreas Syndrome, but, nothing that a good golfer can’t shake off. So it’s back to the California, San Fransisco and Napa Valley, back to the range – the driving range for the return match is just two months off.
TUESDAY CLEVELAND GOLF SUPER SIX TOURNAMENT
OJ Maimane won the Cleveland Golf Super Six Tournament on Tuesday on 13 points. Danie Liebenberg and were second and third on 12 points.
THE COMING WEEK
This week the KGC offers the Adreach Advertising Golf Day, a BBS, on Wednesday; the KWV Powerplay Niner on Thursday and the NG Kerk Kimberley Golf Fundraiser on Friday. At the weekend, Saturday, it is the October monthly medal.