Talk of the Town - - Sport - ... the re­sults

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.

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