St Cathryn’s news

2017-04-26 06:00

THE Farmers’ Agri-Care monthly mug played on 15 April drew members and visitors from Greytown, Richards Bay, Mooi River and Durban.
The Greytown members are becoming regular visitors to St Cathryns and by looking at the results they are becoming regular winners as well, this time on a count-out.
In the field were brothers Travis and Gregan Aherin, our new member Martin Christophe and Zane Padoa who made a welcome return to St Cathryn's all the way from Durban.


1st Tienie Muller nett 70 oco

2nd Piet Nel

3rd Fanie van Wyk nett 73

4th Marius Muller nett 74

5th Deon van Dyk nett 75.

Nearest to pin and Best stableford: Piet­ Nel 36 points.

Longest drive: Deon van Dyk.

Captains Putter: Stephen van der Merwe.

Preparation of the course is ongoing, but now more so because this coming weekend's St Cathryn's Classic, the 16th classic, is the main fund-raiser for the club.

The competition is a Better Ball and all golfers are welcome to enter.

There will be a limited field entry and spaces are still available. So if you would like to bring your company's business to the platteland, or if you have family and friends visiting bring them out to St Cathryn's this coming weekend.

The mountain bike track is also now marked and ready for riding. Entry of R30 allows you to do as many loops as you can around the approximately 15km course, through plantations, grass fields and farm roads. You are reminded that at the end of the ride a warm shower and a cold beer awaits.

Please contact Piet on 083 269 1661 to book for golf or the bike ride - we would love to see you on the course.

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