St Cathryn’s news

2016-07-20 06:00

THOSE who watched the British open will agree, Stenson is good, in fact he is a "Sweedse doring".

He didn’t show much emotion even when Michelson was level with him during certain stages. In fact Phil took the early lead on the first hole on the final day of play, when Stenson dropped a shot. Stenson became a deserving winner, his first major.

A very interesting fact to all green keepers who read our report, is that on the Saturday the greens were not mowed to slow the greens down, so don't feel bad if at the British open they can skip a day in cutting the greens - you can also have a rest day in between major tournaments. We will however make sure the greens are mowed this Saturday.

This coming weekend we invite golfers, members and non-members to play in our Farmers’ Agri-Care Monthly Mug and Sanlam Cancer Challenge.

The winners of the Sanlam Cancer challenge, in the four divisions, will play the next round and should you win there, you get to play at Sun City in the finals.

Let's support this worthy fund-raiser, because all funds raised will go towards cancer and cancer research. We all know someone who has cancer and or has died from this disease. It will also be the opportune time to collect your new national handicap card as we have just been issued with new handicap cards.

Supper this Friday at the book club will be roast chicken and vegetables. To book for golf and/or meals, phone
083 2693 1661 or 082 555 2661.

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