Greytown Country Club news

2017-05-10 06:00

SUNDAY 14 May is Mother’s Day. The lunch special at the club between 12pm and 2pm is Surf and Turf with dessert at R100 per person. Please contact Elmarie on 033 417 2441 to book.

The Mascor/NLC Monthly Mug was played on Saturday 6 May in lovely weather. Some of our greens were very slick for this time of the year, but that is to be expected having had very little rain during April and our bore hole having dried up.

However, a good field of 22 players enjoyed the late autumn weather and some of them loved the quick greens, judging from some of the scores.

Winner of the Mug and B division was Flip Botha on 61 net. Second was André Scheepers on 62 net. André played early and must have thought he had it wrapped up.

A division 1st - Sizwe Dlamini 66 net. Second - Boy Zuma 68 net.

Thank you to Dieter Meyer and Alice Palm from St Cathryn’s who supported our Mug. Dieter won the “Visitor from St Cath’s” prize on 65 net, which would have been  a challenge for the Mug during any other Monthly Mug.

We remind our golfers about the Plennegy Ladies’ Invitation on 21 May, as well as the Pannar Golf Day on 27 May. The entry lists are on the board at the club, or phone Elmarie at 033 417 2441 to enter.

Congratulations to the ladies golf section on winning the Happy Hour money on Friday 28 April. Malcolm took the Chivas and Hayden and Elmarie won the consolation prizes.

Luzaan Cuff lost out on the money from the draw as she was not present at the time. The next attendance draw will be on Friday 12 May with R300 up for grabs

Dates to diarise

Sunday 14 May – Mother’s Day lunch

Sunday 21 May – Plennegy Ladies invitation

Friday 26 May – Happy Hour

Saturday 27 May – Pannar Golf Day

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