St Cathryn’s News

2017-08-16 06:01

THE Farmers’ Agri-Care Monthly Mug played on Saturday 12 August drew the winner all the way out from Germany, back to home soil to win the Mug with an excellent score. Merwin Rabe has been unable to play much at his home course this year, and put all his work, travelling between South Africa and Germany and other “attractive distractions” to one side, but showed what it takes to win the Farmers’ Agri-Care Monthly Mug.

Results:

1st Merwin Rabe nett 67

2nd Tienie Muller nett 68

3rd Brent Barkhuizen nett 69

4th Henrico Corbett nett 70

5th Flip Botha nett 71

Captains putter: Paul Els

Nearest to pin 9/18th: Flip Botha

Sunday saw an influx of golfing visitors from Greytown. The Bruss brothers, Peter Hardy, there was brother and sister Rob and Linda Tarr, as well as Pete and Joanie Koller. One of St Cathryn's home owners, Malcolm Bigger and his two sons also played in the social rounds of golf and all the support was appreciated.

The next golfing fixture for our members is the next round of the Sanlam Cancer Challenge to be played at Victoria Country Club on Sunday 20 August.
St Cathryns will be represented by Fanie van Wyk, Brent Barkhuizen and Mike Harrison. Good Luck and enjoy your golf. The next Farmers’ Agri-Care Monthly mug will be held on Saturday 9 September and two weeks later the Hermannsburg School Golf Days will be held on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 September.
The format is BBS and tee off from 11h00 on Friday and 09h00 on Saturday. Please contact Piet if you would like to enter on 083 269 1661.

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