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Wed­nes­day July 19: Spon­sor Pick n Pay. Four Ball Al­liance with 99 play­ers. 1st: Kevin Heny, Rob Dowd­ing, Terry Couni­han, Mark Shel­ton - 96 2nd: Colin Mavuso, Des­mond Mjimla, Earl Tsolek­ile, Gideon Veto - 96 3rd: Guy Cash, Ross Grainger, Eric Segers, Greg Shanks - 94 4th: Ian Saw­ers, An­ton Gouws, Andy Alt­son, Ger­hard Stry­dom - 94 Two clubs: 6th: R Marx 8th: K Banks, F Vi­dale, T Tay­lor, N Stöt­ter, H Holmes. T Couni­han, E Tsolek­ile, G Veto 11th: R Wright 13th: T Tay­lor Best gross: 67 – Colin Mavuso Best nett: 62 – Greg Shanks Near­est the pins: De­bonairs Pizza – 6th: Bob Shaw Kowie River Cruises - 8th: Earl Tsolek­ile The Wharf Street Brew Pub – 11th: Paul Grif­fiths Thymes 2 Cater­ing – 13th: Rus­sel Dales Wimpy long­est drive – 14th: Si­mon White Kings­ley Bev­er­ages Near­est the pin for two on the first: Tommy Webster

Sat­ur­day July 22: Spon­sored by Pam Gold­ing, Bet­ter­ball Stable­ford with 70 play­ers. Re­sults: 1st: Wendy Couni­han, Jean Austin - 46 2nd: Ri­aan v.d. Merwe, Roy v.d. Merwe - 46 3rd: Rob Hoar, Ross Grainger - 45 4th: Ge­off Bladen, Mike Moss - 45 Two clubs 6th: N Loundar 8th: E Tsolek­ile, A Schultz 11th: D Mjimla 13th: K Heny, R Hoar Best gross: 72 – Colin Mavuso Best nett: 66 – Jean Austin Near­est the pins: Mooi­fontein Quarry – 6th: Neil McCune Auto Smart Bodyshop – 8th: Arnie Schultz Sibuya Game Re­serve – 11th: Jonathan Bouwer The Wharf Street Brew Pub – 13th: Kevin Heny Wimpy long­est drive – 18th: Nick Fox Royal St. An­drews Near­est the Pin for two on the first: Colin Mavuso


Mon­day July 17: With 17 play­ers: in cold and windy con­di­tions Win­ners on 41: Ted Baines, Barry Scarter­field, Den­nis McEl­wee, Dud­ley Kieser Moose­head on 52: Mick Parker, Law­ton Amos, Roy Po­ple Good scores 49: Barry Scarter­field Two clubs: 6th: Den­nis McEl­wee

Thurs­day July 20: 15 play­ers in windy con­di­tions Win­ners on 39: Ted Baines, Den­nis McEl­wee, Dal­las Cowie Moose­head on 49: Roy Po­ple, Lionel Timm, Mike Reid Good scores 49: Ernie Allen, Stan Weyer Two clubs:None


July 18: Yielded an ex­ceed­ingly cold af­ter­noon and only 17 play­ers at­tended the an­nual Match­play tour­na­ment be­tween teams rep­re­sent­ing the Lady Pres­i­dent, the Lady Cap­tain and the Lady Vice-Cap­tain. The Jean­nette Brother­ton Cup was at stake for the win­ning team. The cup was won by the Lady Cap­tain’s team rep­re­sented by Cap­tain Wendy Couni­han, Ronel Hough, Pat Halse, Jane Bladen, Sheena War­ren and Margie Reid. They re­turned home hav­ing cap­tured 13 of the 24 points avail­able. In the course of the match, Wendy, Margie and Cindi Claasens all holed two-clubs on the eighth. Carol Lee hit the long­est drive on the sev­enth for those in the lower hand­i­cap sec­tion whilst Joy Alt­son did sim­i­larly for those whose hand­i­caps are more gen­er­ous. Sandy Fryer’s tee shot was clos­est to the pin on Wimpy’s 11th, Cindi’s on Rose­hill Driv­ing Range’s eighth and Shirley Heny’s on Top Car­pets’ sixth. Carol was “near­est-for-two” on River Spa’s 13th. The com­pe­ti­tion on the Au­gust 1 will be an In­di­vid­ual Stable­ford spon­sored by Viv Jor­dan.


Tues­day July 18: A bit­terly cold morn­ing with tem­per­a­tures scratch­ing around freez­ing point’s zero re­sulted in 29 heav­ily at­tired play­ers turn­ing out to play the usual two-to-count Stable­ford al­liance hav­ing been drawn into three three-balls and five four-balls. Chris Niebieszczan­ski, James Lob­ban, Dale Wisener and Jimmy van Rens­burg shrugged off the win­tery con­di­tions by scor­ing 90 points to heat up the course and win the com­pe­ti­tion. John Ab­bott, Eric Segers, Martin Weaver and Brian Shirley’s 87 points earned them the run­ners-up slot. The weather did, how­ever, get the bet­ter of Bryan Robin­son, Andy Man­son and Eu­gene Eras­mus as their frozen bod­ies could only muster 74 + 5 = 79 points earn­ing them the du­bi­ous dis­tinc­tion of shar­ing the 19th hole with the no­to­ri­ous Hamer en Sukkel tro­phy. Some com­pen­sa­tion was made by the fact that birdies were holed by Bryan and Eu­gene on the sixth to win the funds avail­able in the 2-club kitty for their team. Eric Segers made birdie on the 11th. The best nett rounds were shot by Chris (68) and Neil Loundar (69). Fri­day July 21: A pleas­ant morn­ing weather-wise saw 31 play­ers turn out for the early morn­ing draw of one 3-ball and seven 4-balls in the usual two-to-count Stable­ford al­liance. David Groe­newald, Matt Chad­wick, Cliff Roberts and Brian Reid com­bined well to card 91 points to win the morn­ing’s pro­ceed­ings. Sec­ond placed Colin Arm­strong, Ge­orge Lake, Andy Barnes and John Mug­geridge were just one point in ar­rears on 90. It was a tougher out­ing for Guy Cash, Nic Oosthuizen, Mark and Rus­sell War­ren as they bat­tled to card just 79 points and con­se­quently end the morn­ing at the 19th hole shar­ing their ta­ble with the in­fa­mous Hamer en Sukkel tro­phy. Martin Lam­brechts holed the only two-club of the morn­ing (11th). Good net scores were forth­com­ing from David (67), Brian, Andy and John Cran­don (69).


July 22: A chilly morn­ing’s start did warm up slowly to yield mild, pleas­ant play­ing con­di­tions. Nev­er­the­less, the on­set of win­ter has lim­ited the field and just 21 play­ers turned out to be drawn into three mixed three-balls and three mixed four-balls in the usual two-to-count Stable­ford al­liance. Gra­ham Find­lay played out of his socks to break gross 90 for the first time in his life and lead his part­ners Pogs and Bruce Smith to vic­tory with 91 + 5 = 96 points. Run­ners-up Sandy Fryer, He­len Lock­year, vis­i­tor Joe Buys and Terry Har­ris were all of six points be­hind on 90. The team of mar­ried cou­ples Tony and Pat Halse play­ing along­side Martin and Lizzie Lam­brechts had only what can be de­scribed as an av­er­age day on the course card­ing 83 points and come bot­tom of the points list los­ing out on a count-out. As is tra­di­tional they were the re­cip­i­ents of en­ergy boost­ing drinks com­pli­ments of the spon­sor. Andy Man­son made a two-club on the 13th and He­len Lock­year chipped in a birdie from well off the green on the par three eighth. Nev­er­the­less it was Glyn­nis Renecle’s drive which was clos­est to the pin on this hole to claim the spon­sor’s bot­tle of wine. Good nett scores were recorded by Gra­ham (64), Terry, Lynn West, Martin (68) and Andy Man­son (69).

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