St Cathryn’s news

2016-04-06 06:00

ST Cathryn's hosted the first leg of the triangular on Sunday in a tournament played between ourselves, Darnall and Mandeni.

Darnall club arrived on Friday to acclimatise, and acclimatise they did because not only did they turn the weekend into a golfing weekend away, but also fishing and cycling in the forests.

The weather on Sunday started off with low cloud cover and slight drizzle and cleared occasionally, but overall the conditions were wet.

A total of 32 golfers took part and the results were worked out as follows.

All the players play individual stableford and all points are then added together and then divided by the number of players. The team with the highest average is the winning club on the day and they take the trophy. St Cathryn's are the current trophy holders after ending the year as the team with the most points at Darnall in October.

Results:

1st: St Cathryn's 29.3 points nine players

2nd: Mandini 28 points eight players

3rd: Darnall 25.4 points 15 players.

Best individual scores:

1st: Rafique Kalid 37 points

2nd: Zane Padoa 36 points

3rd: Shane Ramkoor 34 points oco Fanie van Wyk.

Nearest to pin 2/11th: Shane Ramkoor

Nearest to pin for 2 on the 12th: S. Buthelezi

Longest drive: 10th Jason Roberts.

Lunch after prize giving was enjoyed on the deck, a chicken potjie well prepared by Kevin and Annette Williams.

All golfers are reminded of the Tuta Carriers Club championship to be played over the weekend of 16 and 17 April. Another important fixture for of April is the St Cathryn's classic to be played on 30 April. We invite all golfers and companies to be part of this special fund-raiser for our club. As sponsors we will give you advertising space out on the golf course.

Contact Piet Nel on 083 269 1661 for golf.

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