Sardine festival golf day to draw 120 players

2011-07-18 00:00

THE South Coast Tourism Sardine Festival golf day will be held at the Port Shepstone golf course on July 31.

The annual event, in its fifth year, is expected to draw 120 golfers playing in a four-ball alliance format.

Festival organiser Bobby Naidoo said there will be a shotgun start at 9 am and the day promises to be an exciting one for the golfers.

Naidoo said the event, which is open to pros and amateurs, will take applications until the morning of the festival or until it is filled up.

For details or to book to play, call the Port Shepstone pro-shop at 039 695 0140 or Bobby Naidoo at 082 890 9283.

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