Greytown Country Club news

2017-09-27 06:00
Golfers line up to register for the inaugural Glow in the Dark hole-in-one at the Country Club last Friday.PHotoS:supplied

Golfers line up to register for the inaugural Glow in the Dark hole-in-one at the Country Club last Friday.PHotoS:supplied

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THE inaugural Glow in the Dark Hole-in-One golf event was held on Friday, September 15 at the Greytown Country Club.

The prize was a car which could be won by any entrant who hit the golf ball in the hole from 120 metres­. Amid great excitement Jack Ridl came closest when his ball stopped less than 30 cm from the hole. Talk about close but no cigar. Finally, the car was not won, but Sven Bruss hit the ball in the hole afterwards, but could not win the car as he was part of the organising committee.

The event was well organised and our congratulations and thanks to Sven Bruss, Peter Hardy, Gareth Larkan and their team for top-class fun and entertainment.

Our gratitude to the sponsor, Mascor Toyota. We are looking forward to a repeat of this event next year. The third Mascor-NLC Golf Business League match of 2017 was played on Saturday, September 16 with seven teams participating.

The teams were Mascor, Just Cheese, Bracken, Pannar, Kombat, Gtn Development and GTN Umvoti.

GTN Umvoti was the winning team on the day with 110 points.

The September Mascor-NLC Monthly Mug was also played simultaneously­, and the winner of the A division and the Mug oco was Oscar Ndawonde with a 66 net, second was Boy Zuma 68 net. B-division - first was Henrico Corbett 66 net oco, second was Fanie van Wyk 66 net.

 

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