Greytown Country Club news

2017-06-28 06:00

ON Saturday 24 June the annual Sanlam Cancer Golf Challenge took place at the country club.
For a number of years Sanlam, partnered by Ernie Els, has been supporting the fight against cancer by organising this golf competition to promote awareness of the ever increasing prevalence and dangers of cancer-related diseases, as well as raise funds to combat it.
Seeing this is a very worthy cause a fine field of 20 players participated to show their support.
The winners, who go through to the regional finals, were: A division: S. Buthelezi (42 pts), B division: Flip Botha (39 pts) C division: Marius Muller (44 pts).
The winners of our ladies section will be determined at a later date. We remind our golf members of the Moths Golf Day on Saturday 1 July. Again we have the opportunity to support a worthy cause.

Arvin Aheer lost out on the draw as he was not present at the time of the draw. The next attendance draw will be on Friday, R400 up for grabs.  

Happy Hour this month will be on Wednesday 28 June. R50 tickets available at the bar. Prizes worth up to R4 500 cash can be yours as well as the Chivas and a meal are also included. Thank you to Greytown Build it for sponsoring the meal.

Dates to diarise

Wednesday 28 June – Happy Hour

Saturday 1 July – Moth Golf Day

Saturday 8 July – Mascor Monthly Mug

Saturday 29 July – Plennegy Golf Day


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