Scorching, not only the weather, that was the golf on Saturday. The top players on the day, Christo Botma and Alan Doherty, carded a gross 69 and a gross 74 respectively. Both players returned 42 individual stableford points in which the count out deemed the latter first and the former second. The third and fourth placed players were just one point behind on 41 points each, Oban Cronje adjudged third and Neil Langley fourth.
Eddie Barkhuizen, the only player on 20 points, enjoyed a clear win in the Friday Sun Flamingo Niner. Virgil Fredericks, Carlo Alexander and Fareez Alexander all followed on 19 points. The final prize went to Darian Fortune on 18 points.
It was a powerplay six pointer that ensured each of the winners a spot on the rostrum in the KWV Powerplay Niner last Thursday. Gerhard Buys returned a big six at the par three 11th and an aggregate 21 points for first place. The runner up, Nico Ross, enjoyed a big six at the par four 15th and an aggregate 20 points. Finally third placed Jaco Buys, made a big six at the par three 14th and an aggregate 19 points.
Three players returned the top score, 39 individual stableford points, in the Darsha Insurance Brokers final 2015 Wednesday Competition. The count out deemed Siewert Wiid first, Gerhard Buys second and Christo Botma. Jaco Buys was fourth on 37 points with Kobus Strydom fifth on 36 points on a count out.
Allan Meyers claimed the Cleveland Golf Super Six Tournament on Tuesday evening.
This was on a count out from Peter Salo, each scored 14 points for the 6 holes. Garth Lee
was third on 13 points.
This week sees the start of Monday play for December. On Tuesday it is the Cleveland Golf Super Six Tournament. On Wednesday, the Public Holiday, there will be a betterball stableford, with morning and afternoon times available. On Thursday it is the KWV Powerplay Niner. On Friday it is the Sun Flamingo Niner and the CTCS draw. On Saturday it is the annual Greenkeepers Revenge.