St Cathryn’s news

2016-04-27 06:00

THE past weekend was
quiet on the golf course with only visitors staying over having the course to themselves.

Mowing is now slowing down with the fairways been cut once in two weeks or so.
The disease factor on the course is also slowing down with irrigation water being the biggest problem. The berg winds, although not very strong, have also made their presence felt.

This coming weekend we will be holding our 16th St Cathryn's classic and invite golfers and companies to be part of this special day. Entrance fee covers green fees, half time, supper and prizes. Tee-off is set for 9.30am and with the format of better-ball stableford and with golfers expected from Johannesburg and Durban it promises to be a fun-filled golfing weekend.

Our next Farmers’ Agri Care Monthly Mug is to be played on Saturday 21 May and by then winter should have really set in, which means its back to 10am tee-off times.

For golf bookings, phone Piet Nel on 083 269 1661.


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