St Cathryn’s news

2017-06-21 06:03

GOLFERS who started early to play the Farmers’ Agri-Care Monthly Mug on Saturday 17 June were met with severe Berg wind conditions, while those opting for the later tee-off due to work commitments, benefitted from the calm conditions in the afternoon.

The greens were slick and fast and quite hard. Our development golfers, unfortunately, failed to send golfers to play despite transport being offered.

Results:

1st: Dieter Meyer nett 67

2nd: Fanie van Wyk nett 71

3rd: Marius Muller nett 75

4th: Piet Nel nett 80

5th: Travis Aherin nett 83

Captains Putter: Brent Barkhuizen

Nearest to pin 9/18: Dieter Meyer

Best Stableford: Fanie van Wyk 36 points

This weekend our players are hoping to support Greytown when they play their Sanlam Cancer Challenge, please contact Greytown directly.

St Cathryns will be playing their Sanlam Cancer Challenge on Saturday 8 July.

To book for golf, contact Piet on 083 269 1661.

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