Greytown Country Club news

2016-09-21 06:00

SPRING treatment started on Monday 19 September, the course is now closed until Monday 3 October. Thank you for your co-operation during this time.

Pieter Rossouw lost out on the money as he was not present at the time of the draw. The next attendance draw will be on Friday with R700 up for grabs. Be here from 6.30pm and you could be the lucky winner. Robin Furniss won the brandy from the lucky draw that also took place on Friday.

The Cook-Off competition on Saturday was very well supported. Thank you to all the seven teams that entered and who enthusiastically lit their fires. The aromas in the air made it unbearable to wait for the judges to finalise the results.
The competition was very close and the judges had a hard time deciding. The food was of a very high standard, but unfortunately, we could only have one winner.
Team “Spit braai” took the prize and the “boozers” got the burnt pot award. Thank you to Wendy the Clown for keeping the children busy with face painting. Our judges did a sterling job. Thank you to Mike and Trish Barrow and Eve Drury for being available for this difficult job. Lastly, thank you to everybody that supported us in the cold and rainy weather.

Spar is sponsoring two kilograms of Spar boerewors that can be won by entering the boerie run.
Timings for this nine-hole initiative are posted at the club.
Please support this and enjoy playing golf.
The next boerie run is on Friday 7 October.

Dates to diarise

19 September – 3 October court closed for spring treatment

30 September – Happy Hour.

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