Selborne Classic - a class of its own

2016-08-18 06:00
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THE fifth Selborne Classic Tournament was held over the weekend with loads of prizes up for grabs.

The toughly contested tournament witnessed golfers bringing out their best, however, it was Pennington­ residents, Brendan McIntosh, Ryan Johnson, Devin Hartley and Scott Mitchell from Team Grip It and Sip It, who eventually­ took the Selborne Classic­ trophy­ for 2016 with 269 points.

Each team was made up of four players on Friday and Saturday, following a better-ball format, and Sunday a four-ball alliance. The majority of players were from KwaZulu-Natal, with some from out of province, but all with a spectrum of handicaps.

Results:

1st: Team Grip It and Sip It (269 points)

Brendan McIntosh, Ryan Johnson, Devin Hartley and Scott Mitchell­.

2nd: Team Never Jami (263 points)

Veronica Greyvenstein, Janey King, Neil Shearer and

Mike King

3rd: Team Milkwood (258 points)

Joan Thomson, Peter Thomson, Helene van Zuydam and

Eugene van Zuydam

4th: Team P12B (257 points)

Brian Pomroy, Jenny Pomroy, Peter Anderson and

Jeannie Anderson

5th: Team County Ford (255 points) Hartwieg du Rand, Tim McGregor, Stuart McGregor and Craig Pitt.

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