Wednesday August 30: Sibuya Game Reserve/Arabella Wine Individual Stableford, with 67 players. President’s Putter – Don Broedelet Results: 1st: Don Broedelet – 42, 2nd: Noel Stötter – 42, 3rd: Brian Reid – 41, 4th: Alan Corrans – 40, 5th: Paul Fryer – 39 Two Clubs: 8th: Rob Turner, Ockie Pieterse 11th: D Broedelet, L Nell 13th: Don Broedelet Best gross: 74 – Dave Painting Best nett: 65 – Noel Stötter Nearest the Pins: Debonairs Pizza – 6th: Don Broedelet Kowie River Cruises – 8th: Ockie Pieterse The Wharf Street Brew Pub – 11th: Nick Fox Thymes 2 Catering – 13th: Trevor Taylor Wimpy longest drive – 14th: Melvin Mbabela Kingsley Beverages – Nearest the pin for two on the first: Dave Painting Saturday September 2: Viv Jordan Golf Day, a 2 Ball Alliance with 72 players. Results: 1st: Steve Brit, Rob Wilmot – 55 2nd: Geoff Bladen, Norman Smith – 54 3rd: Ockie Pieterse, Dennis White – 54 4th: James Wilding, Hugh Holmes – 53 Two clubs: 6th: O Pieterse, H Horne, N Menary 8th: R Acton, A Klopper, O Pieterse, R Dowding, A Sap, J Bessenger, E Tsolekile 11th: A Reed Best gross: 73 – Tom Wagner Best nett: 64 – Adriaan Reed Nearest the pins: Mooifontein Quarry – 6th: Neil Menary Auto Smart Body Shop – 8th: Brian Gibson Sibuya Game Reserve – 11th: Peter Longhurst The Wharf Street Brew Pub – 13th: Corrie van Zyl Wimpy Longest Drive – 18th: Carl Bradfield Royal St Andrews – Nearest the pin for two on the first: Butch Lee 1820s Golf Monday August 28: in ideal conditions. Winners on 36: Windsor Bagley, Derick van Harmelen, John Dell, Noel Heale. Moosehead on 44: Lionell Timm, Mike Reid, Ken Banks. Good scores: 49 – Ted Baines, Kevin Reid, 48 – Windsor Bagley, 40 – John Dell. Two clubs: 6th Stan Weyer, 8th Dallas Cowie. Thursday August 31: 19 players in ideal conditions. Winners on 40: John Lardner-Burke, Lawton Amos, Dennis McElwee, Juan Southey. Moosehead 0n 46: John Heather, Roy Pople, Ram Piers. Good scores: 48 – Windsor Bagley, 46 – John Dell, 45 – Juan Southey. Two clubs: nil. Ladies’ Results August 29: The wind did pick up a bit on Tuesday afternoon, but generally the 21 players enjoyed pleasant golfing conditions. The competition was a better-ball Stableford sponsored by the Ocean Basket. Ingrid Griffiths and Bridget McNelis counted out Helen Lockyear and Kirsten Dales, both twosomes carding 41 points. Sandy Fryer and Maureen McGarvie came home third on 40. Glynnis Renecle birdied the only two-club of the afternoon after her drive was closest to the pin on Rosehill Driving Range’s 8th. Maureen was closest on Top Carpet’s sixth and Glynnis again on Wimpy’s 11th. Pogs Smith was “nearest-for-two” on River Spa’s 13th. The longest drive competition was held on the 17th. Margie Siegers hit the ball the furthest for those with handicaps less than 22 while Maureen did likewise for those with higher handicaps. The next competition will be on September 12. FRESH STOP PORT ALFRED MIXED September 2: Magnificent weather for golf dawned on Saturday morning, so it was disappointing to receive a small turnout of 19 players. The field was drawn into four 4-balls and one 3-ball to play Fresh Stop’s usual two-to-count Stableford alliance. Martin Lambrechts, Heather van Harmelen, Maureen and Donald McGarvie counted out Sally Greasley, Ingrid Griffiths, Nick Oosthuizen and Terry Harris into 26 players second place, both covies carding just 84 points. Only four points in arrears, Guy Cash, Tim and Greg Shanks scored just 75 +5 = 80 points for the lowest score of the morning. As is tradition, they became the recipients of recuperative energy drinks supplied by the sponsors. Mick (13th) and Martin (sixth) both made 2-clubs on the holes indicated. Martin and Ingrid both shot nett 69 for the best rounds of the day. Brian Reid’s tee shot was closest to the pin on the eighth to claim the sponsor’s bottle of wine. KGB RESULTS Tuesday August 30: After early morning drizzle, a perfect day for golf had emerged by 7am, but disappointingly only 27 players turned out to enjoy it. The field was drawn into six four-balls and one three-ball to play the usual two-to-count Stableford alliance. Ninety-one points were carded by Jimmy van Rensburg, Martin Lambrechts, John Muggeridge and Heinz Czepluch to win the competition by a country mile. In fact runners-up Neil Loundar, John Abbott, Martin Weaver and Colin Mavusa were all of nine points in arrears on 82. The much to be avoided Hamer en Sukkel adorned the 19th hole table of Alistair Kennedy, Phillip van der Byl, Paul Fryer and Roger Kidson after the latter had to prematurely retire injured having hurt himself with his first shot on the first hole. The covey mustered just 72 points. The morning saw neither any two-clubs nor sub 70 individual nett rounds. Colin did manage to shoot 73 off his scratch handicap. Friday September 1: Another beautiful day for golf saw just 25 players turn out for the early morning draw. Four four-balls and three three-balls fought it out in the usual two-to-count Stableford alliance. John Muggeridge, Andy Barnes and Heinz Czepluch carded a fine 84 + 5 = 89 points to win the morning’s proceedings. Paul Fryer, Peter Longhurst, Alistair Kennedy and Brian Reid came home second with 88. The not so jolly old Hamer en Sukkel became the temporary property of John Abbott, John Ralph and Cliff Roberts who could only muster 76 + 5 = 81 points, the lowest of the morning. Alistair (sixth) and Paul (11th) won the two-club kitty for their covey by holing the only two two-clubs of the morning. Heinz shot a great nett 65 and both Paul and Brian Reid would have gone home happy after netting 69.