Greytown Country Club news

2018-11-07 06:02

OUR premier event on the golfing calendar, the Greytown Golf Classic, was played on Saturday.

Sixty-seven golfers, from as far afield as Port Elizabeth and Ballito, participated in good golfing conditions.

The prize giving was slipped into half time of the Springboks/England test, and a delicious supper was served afterwards by Jabu and her team.

The winners of the Greytown Classic floating trophy for 2018 was Patrick O’Sullivan and John Kinghorn on 48 pts. Second was Bheki Mlangeni and Sizwe Dlamini on 47 points oco. The general consensus amongst the players was that the course was in good shape, despite the drought, thanks to very hard work by greenkeeper Wally and his able assistant Humphrey, as well as wonderful support from our local farmers when it was critically needed. We would like to thank all our sponsors and the golfers for their support, and the golf committee of GCC who did a lot of hard work.

The proceeds of the Classic will go towards the cost of maintenance of our golf course during the year.

Please keep a lookout in the ads in the Gazette this week for our “ad of gratitude” to our magnificent sponsors, courtesy of Plennegy Printing. Thank you Megs!

We would like to remind our golfers about the Moth Golf Day which will take place on November 17.

The entry list is up on the board at the club. Please support this very worthy cause.

The Happy Hour draw was won by Harry Drury and Nick Corbishley won the Chivas Regal.

Pam and Bryan Paul won the first out and halfway prizes. Thank you to Daisy Creek Festival for sponsoring the event.


November 9 — Members Attendance Draw R2 400

November 17 — Moths Golf Day


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