take third place on 44. Ronel made the only two-club of the afternoon sinking her putt on the sixth after being closest to the pin on this Top Carpets’ hole. Glynnis Renecle was both closest to the pin on Rosehill Driving Range’s eighth and closest-for-two on River Spa’s 13th. Ingrid Griffiths’ drive was nearest on Wimpy’s 11th. The longest drive competitions were held on the sixth hole and driven by Ingrid Griffiths and Heather van Harmelen in the low and higher handicap sections respectively. Some good nett scores were recorded, the best being carded by Jane Bladen, Glynnis Renecle (67), Maureen McGarvie (68) and Cindy Claasens (69). The competition on October 31 will be the annual Picture match against the Ladies section from Grahamstown and will be played at the Belmont Golf Club. KGB RESULTS Tuesday October 24: A great morning for golf weather wise cajoled 32 players to rise early and head for the RPAGC to enter the draw for KGB’s two-to-count Stableford alliance. The field was drawn into eight four-balls and the Portuguese Convention was applied where 1 bonus point was available for any team shooting three net birdies or better on any hole. Making the best of both the rules and the conditions, Andy Manson, Dale Wisener, Matt Chadwick and Gavin Richards carded a match winning 99 points to outplay their competition. Bryan Robinson, Russel Warren, Mike Stadler and Hugh Holmes came home second on a rather distant 94. It was a particularly awkward day for Martin Lambrechts, Richard Farndell, John Dell and Eugene Erasmus as they carded an ultra-low 74 points to finish up way behind the rest of the field. Their punishment was to share their 19th hole table with the much to be avoided Hamer en Sukkel trophy. Par three birdies were sunk by Roger Kidson (eighth) and Cliff Roberts (sixth), the latter winning the 2-club kitty for his covey. Russel Warren shot a superb nett 65 with both Matt Chadwick and Gavin Richards just one shot behind on 66. Other good nett scores were carded by Tom Tagg, Cliff Roberts (68), Peter Reed and Kevin Reid (69). A massive 97 points was carded by Colin Armstrong, Wilton Adcock, Johny Johnston and John Muggeridge to win the competition. Second placed Vino Bearzi, Mike Stadler, John Crandon and Peter Longhurst were all of 6 points in arrears on 91. Even the fair Rosie Calmeyer-Leach could not rescue her partners Cecil Grobler and Len Bohnen from the infamous Hamer en Sukkel at the 19th Hole. The three-ball carded a lowly 73 + 5 = 78 points. Par three birdies were holed by Colin, Wilton (sixth), Rosie and Derick van Harmelen (eighth). The best individual nett scores were shot by Derick, Colin, Johny Johnston (67) and Paul Fryer (69). Friday October 27: A rather drizzly, grey morning saw 30 players drawn into six four-balls and two three-balls in a two-to-count Stableford alliance. As the rain persisted soaking every one on the course, 10 players returned to the drier climes of the clubhouse without finishing the competition. These ten collectively were awarded the Hamer en Sukkel “in absentia”. Of the twenty finishers, the best scores were shared by (1) Sonia Reynolds, Mike Stadler, David Groenewald and Martin Lambrechts and (2) Tommy Meyer, Bryan Connack, George Lake and Rosie Calmeyer-Leach, both teams carding 89 points. Tommy, Russell Warren (sixth), Len Bohnen (eighth) and Paul Fryer (13th) all sunk par three birdies on the holes indicated. The best nett rounds were recorded by Mike Stadler (65), Bryan, Andy Manson (67), Gavin Richards (68), Neil Loundar and Paul Fryer (69).