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... the re­sults

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Wed­nes­day Septem­ber 20: Pick n Pay Four Ball Al­liance, with 82 play­ers. Re­sults: 1st: Trevor Tay­lor, Rick Pryce, Ste­wart Dor­ring­ton, Wouter Hensens - 93 2nd: Bob Shaw, Tom Tagg, Freek van Rooyen, Cor­rie van Zyl - 91 3rd: Chris Grainger, Ross Grainger, Gideon Veto, Earl Tsolek­ile - 91 4th: Rhodes Tre­meer, Ross Wright, Roly Clay­ton, Don­ald McGarvie - 91 Two Clubs: 6th: R Grainger, A Barnes, R Hous­ton 8th: C Mavuso, R Pryce, L Nell 11th: C Grainger 13th: M War­ren, L Nell Best gross: 73 – Ian Mongur Best nett: 67 – Colin Mavuso, Wouter Hensens, Rick Pryce, John Taven­dale Near­est the Pins: De­bonairs Pizza – 6th: John Taven­dale Kowie River Cruises – 8th: Rick Pryce The Wharf Street Brew Pub – 11th: Chris Grainger Thymes 2 Cater­ing – 13th: Leon Nell Wimpy long­est drive – 14th: Zola Mgudwa Kings­ley Bev­er­ages – Near­est the pin for two on the first: Des­mond Mjimla

Satur­day Septem­ber 23: Pam Gold­ing Bet­ter­ball Bonus Bo­gey, with 74 play­ers. Re­sults: 1st: Colin Mavuso, Nathi Mba­bela +13 2nd: Tom Wag­ner, Terry Couni­han +10 3rd: Noel Stöt­ter, Rory O’Neill +9 4th: So­nia Reynolds, Wendy Couni­han +9 Two clubs: 6th: B Fen­ner, M de Sousa, T Wag­ner, P Grif­fiths, T Couni­han, R van Zyl 8th: C Mavuso, W Couni­han, T Wag­ner, R Ac­ton Best gross: 68 – Colin Mavuso Best nett: 65 – Terry Couni­han Near­est the pins: Mooi­fontein Quarry – 6th: Chris Dan­dridge Auto Smart Body Shop - 8th: Colin Mavuso Sibuya Game Re­serve – 11th Wayne Che­maly The Wharf Street Brew Pub – 13th: So­nia Reynolds Wimpy long­est drive – 18th: Grant Ac­ton Royal St Andrews – Near­est the pin for two on the first: Bryan Gib­son

1820s GOLF

Mon­day Septem­ber 18: 26 play­ers in windy con­di­tions. Win­ners on 43: John Heather, Wol­lie Wol­marans, Juan Southey, Dave Page. Moose­head on 47: Kirk Perkins, Ram Pears, Dudley Kieser, Dal­las Cowie. Good scores: 48 - Roy Po­ple. Two clubs: 8th Roy Po­ple.

Thurs­day Septem­ber 21: 19 play­ers in windy con­di­tions. Win­ners on 40: John Heather, Don Howarth, Barry Scarter­field. Moose­head on 47: Ted Baines, Pa­trick O’Kelly, Roy Po­ple, Law­ton Amos. Good scores: None. Two clubs: None.

Ladies’ Re­sults

Septem­ber 19: An­other over­cast, windy af­ter­noon saw 20 ladies take to the course in a bet­ter ball Stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion. Margie Siegers and Jo-Anne Hil­liar teamed up to card a win­ning 43 points. Freshly home from her long stint in Eng­land, Mo Marsay, part­nered with Margie Reid scored a run­ner’s-up 42 to edge Wendy Couni­han and Lynette Har­brecht into third on 40. Mau­reen McGarvie holed the af­ter­noon’s only two-club (eighth), al­though Margie Sieger’s drive was clos­est to the pin on this Rose­hill Driv­ing Range’s spon­sored hole. Lil­lian Neave was near­est on Top Car­pet’s sixth and Kim Gard­ner on Wimpy’s 11th. Jo-Anne’s sec­ond shot was clos­est to the pin on River Spa’s 13th. The long­est drive com­pe­ti­tions were held on the sec­ond and struck by Margie Siegers and Lizzie Lam­brechts in the low and higher hand­i­cap sec­tions re­spec­tively. The com­pe­ti­tion on Oc­to­ber 3 will be a two-to-count Stable­ford al­liance play­ing for the Cap­tain’s Prize.

Fresh Stop Port Al­fred Mixed

Septem­ber 23: Threat­en­ing skies and mois­ture in the air did not de­ter the 18 play­ers, des­per­ate for golf after the pre­vi­ously rained out PAM’s com­pe­ti­tion, drawn in six three-balls to play a Stable­ford al­liance two-to-count. Weather played its part with half the field suc­cumb­ing to in­ter­mit­tent rain and re­tir­ing. Win­ners of golf and per­se­ver­ance on 76 points were Bar­rie Brady, Fanie Smit and Mo Marsay with the run­ners up po­si­tion taken by Glyn­nis Renecle, Don McGarvie and Derek Sin­clair on 74 points. Not un­happy, on this oc­ca­sion, to re­ceive the En­er­gade for their damp ef­forts were Sandy and Paul Fryer with Bryan Robin­son on 69 points. No two-clubs were re­ported while Mo col­lected the bot­tle of wine from spon­sors Fresh Stop for near­est the pin on the eighth. No sub nett 70 rounds were recorded with Bar­rie clos­est with a nett 70 while Paul’s nett 71 was best not in a win­ning covey.

KGB Re­sults

Septem­ber 22: Tues­day Septem­ber 19: A Tues­day that KGB golfers re­late to dawned with the west­erly start­ing mod­er­ately to strengthen in time for the fol­low­ing ladies’ com­pe­ti­tion, as per usual, did not de­ter the 30 play­ers that re­ported to be drawn in three and four-balls to play a Stable­ford al­liance two-to-count. Mak­ing light of con­di­tions and the greens that still re­quired firm and pos­i­tive putting Colin Mavuso, Andy Man­son, Richard Farn­dell and Richard Laing strode away from the rest of the field with 93 points. Neil Loundar, Peter Reed and Gra­ham Fin­lay play­ing as a three-ball took sec­ond po­si­tion with 87 (82+5) points. Sev­eral cov­eys were very pleased to wit­ness Bryan Robin­son, John Ab­bott, Mar­tyn Weaver and Brian Shirley strug­gle to close with 79 points and cap­ture the

Fri­day Septem­ber 22: A turnout of 31 play­ers drawn in 4-balls and one 3-ball com­peted in a Stable­ford Al­liance with an east­erly wind and the greens still run­ning a touch slower after treat­ment pro­vid­ing ad­di­tional chal­lenges. Len Bohnen, Andy Man­son, James Lob­ban and Gra­ham Fin­lay ran away win­ners on 91 points fol­lowed by the cov­eys of John Dell, Bruce Tucker, John Cran­don and Eric Segers as well as Richard Laing, John Ab­bott, Brian Shirley and Heinz Czepluch jointly in sec­ond on 89 points. The only three-ball in the field com­pris­ing Mike Stadler, Andy Barnes and Paul Fryer were no doubt look­ing for­ward to their “fish ‘n chip” lunch after the game and not fo­cused on their golf to post an in­suf­fi­cient 81 points to earn the Hamer en Sukkel. Birdies in the form of two-clubs were recorded by John Dell on the sixth, Martin Lam­brechts on the 11th, with Nick Oosthuizen cap­tur­ing the carry over pool for his covey on the 13th. Nick had the best gross of the day with a for­mi­da­ble 78. Good nett scores un­der 70 were shot by James and Tom Tagg both on 68, Len on 67, Nick on 66 and John Ab­bott lead­ing the way with an ex­cel­lent 65. ig­no­min­ious Hamer en Sukkel. Richard Laing and Bryan both had two-clubs on the par 3 sixth to en­sure the two-club pool was car­ried over. Colin recorded the best gross of the day with an ex­cel­lent 71 and Richard Farn­dell was the only golfer to shoot a nett be­low 70 with his 67.

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