Frits van Dyk returned the top score on Saturday, 40 individual stableford points, to win the Adamantia High School Golf Fundraiser. Leon Blom was the runner up on 39 points.
Four players followed on 38 points – Kevin Collings, Nico Jacobs, Shane Arthur and John Callender-Easby.
Saturday also saw the final match in the 2015 Bob Klemp Shield, the Club Matchplay Championships, contested for by the top 16 players in the Strokeplay Championships. Defending champion Nico Jacobs enjoyed a comfortable five and four win against Stiaan Hugo. In doing so he set a KGC record by winning three consecutive strokeplay championships followed by three consecutive matchplay championships.
Friday’s events were cut short by lightning and rain, a total of 17mm measured.
On Thursday afternoon Cedric van der Ross posted 24 points for an outright win in KWV Powerplay Niner. A six pointer on the nominated par five 12th assisted. A count out, that included an eight pointer on stroke one, saw Wade King the runner up on 21 points. Third placed Flexx Rantoa, on the same score, enjoyed a six pointer on the 13th. Outside of the prize winners Mali Manana gained a ticket in the draw with a six pointer on the 14th.
On Wednesday afternoon Bennie Claasen carded a gross 77 for 39 points and a win on the count out to take first place in the Darsha Insurance Brokers sponsored monthly competition. Losing that count out and the runner up was Garth Lee. Mike Vigne reversed a modest start with a one over par gross 37 on the home nine to post 38 points and to take third place.
The top three players in Tuesday’s Cleveland Golf sponsored Super Six Tournament were Garth Lee (15), Francois Schwartz (12) and Andre Thuysma (12).
The coming week the KGC offers the Cleveland Golf Super Six Tournament on Tuesday, the Halfway House Hotel BBS on Wednesday, the under 23 Spur Challenge and the KWV Powerplay Niner on Thursday and the Sun Flamingo Niner plus the CTCS draw on Friday. On Saturday it is the 2015 Husqvarna Kimberley Amateur Open played over 36 holes. The format is an IPS, the draw will be seeded by handicap. The entry fee of R250 includes the halfway house meal between 18’s. It will be followed by a braai and DJ Garth. On Sunday it is the final round of the 2015 Sealing Solutions League.