Greytown Country Club news

2015-05-27 06:00

THE Mascor Monthly Mug was played late this month due to the Pannar Golf Day.

Irrespective, a good field of 24 players enjoyed the late autumn weather on Saturday 23 May. Our guest of honour was Richard Robinson, who was a farm manager for Adrian Hill before he and his family emigrated to Australia. It was good to see him again.

The winner of the mug and B division was Dr Mike Caldicott on 66 net oco. Clearly the quickening up of our greens is suiting him.

On that note our gratitude to Wally who is doing a sterling job despite the drought. Second in the B division was Tubby Larkan on 67 net. A division first was Sizwe Dlamini 66net oco and second was Goodboy Ngubane 69 net. Please look out for our new score cards. Thank you to Mascor for sponsoring them.

Combined with “happy hour” this month will be the next quarterly draw. Happy hour meal is sponsored by Umvoti Repairs. Get your R50 ticket and you could walk away with the prize money up to the value of R4 500. First prize is R2 500 then R1000, R500, R300 and R200. Get your tickets now.

The lady golfers played FNB club champs this week. Overall club champ is Joannie Harrison. B division winner is Shelly March and C division winner is Di Mason.

Sally van Zuydam lost out on the money as she was not present at the time of the draw. Next attendance draw will be on Friday 5 June with R1 300 up for grabs. Be here from 6.30pm and you could be the lucky winner.

Dates to diarise

Friday 29 May - Happy hour and quarterly draw.

Saturday 6 June - Mascor Monthly Mug.

Saturday 20 June - Sanlam Cansa Challenge

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