Greytown Country Club news

2018-06-27 06:02

ON Saturday, June 23, the annual Sanlam Cancer Golf Challenge took place at Greytown Country Club.

For a number of years Sanlam, partnered with 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 that this is a very worthy cause, a field of 15 players participated to show their support.


A div — Oscar Ndawonde (33 pts)

B div — Tubby Larkan (35 pts)

C div — Tienie Muller (34 pts)

The winners of the inaugural Davids Midas Development Golfers Monthly Compo which was played on the 16th of June was A div — John Mlangeni 67 net and B div — Bigboy Ngonyama 73 net.

Our sincere gratitude again to David’s Midas for sponsoring this new competition aimed at providing an opportunity for our development golfers to run their own monthly competition.

The Sunday 9@9 was won by Y.M. Sewraj. Congrats to all the winners! Ian Hill, no. 160, was not present for the members draw which is now R1 000 for this Friday! Please put your entries in for the Plennegy Golf Day on July 21 — the list is on the board at the club.


July 7 — Mascor Monthly Mug

July 14 — Development Golfers Monthly Compo

July 21 — Plennegy Golf Day

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