Thursday, 24 November 2016
Monday, 21 November 2016
Kimberley Golf Club Report 20 November 2016
The final round of the 2016 Sealing Solutions League was played out on Sunday. Kimberley Batteries finally put paid to the Golf Shop so dominant through recent years. The aggregate results in the A league reflected Kimberley Batteries 83.5 points, the Golf Shop 74.5 points and C-PAC 57 points. In the B league it was Pinseekers 92 points, Molinari’s 78 points and Lenong 65 points.
A near perfect course with weather conditions to match ensured an exceptional return in scores on Saturday. An individual stableford the top scores included four 40 pointers, five 41 pointers, two 42 pointers and a winning 43 points. It was Braam Botes, in the final covey, who returned the top card. Cedric van der Ross and Kariem Anderson were second and third respectively, just one point adrift. The final prize winners, all on 41 points, were William Orton, Joshua Edwards and Rudi Dexter. Joshua Edwards carded the lowest round of his career, a four under par 68 (32/36).
OJ Maimane carded a gross 34 for 23 points and a clear win in Friday’s Sun Flamingo Meat and Slots Niner. Andries Kori, who carded a similar gross 34, returned 21 points for second place. Shane Arthur and Allen Meyers were third and fourth, each on 20 points. Gavin Oliver was the final prize winner on 19 points on a count out.
Dave Wilson returned 24 points to win the KWV Powerplay Niner on Thursday. Dave Benade was the runner up, just one point behind. Nico Ross was third on 21 points. All three posted a big six as did Neville Alexander and Herby Woodbridge.
Gavin van Zyl (36 points), Mike Doherty (35 points) and Gavin Schafer (35 points) were the top scorers in Wednesday’s Leon’s House of Liquor IPS on Wednesday.
This week the KGC will host the Horseshoe Inn Betterball Stableford on Wednesday, the KWV Niner on Thursday and the Sun Flamingo Niner along with the snowball draw on Friday. This Saturday the Club will host the final major for the year – the Husqvarna Kimberley Amateur Open, an individual stableford over 36 holes played from a seeded draw. Recognition will also be given to the top stroke play returns in the tournament. The entry is on the notice board or phone Mike on 053 8410127.
Horseshoe Inn BBS
KWV Niner and Spur U/23 9er
Sun Flamingo 9er
Husqvarna Kimberley Amateur Open
Final round Sealing Solutions Sunday League