St Cathryn’s news

2017-05-10 06:02

THE Zimela Golf Development golfers played a tournament at St Cathryn’s last Monday - many of the golfers had played here before, and there were four who were just 11 years old.  
They had the opportunity to play holes 2 and 11 over and over, before attempting some of the other holes, without interfering with the older experienced golfers.

Golfers came from Mandeni, Cato Ridge, Greytown, Darnall, St Cathryn’s and Umhlali, and the format they played was individual stableford.  Mandla Dlamini and Tim Chisale drew up the four balls and a good mix of players from coastal and inland golfers enjoyed the day.



1st: Thembinkosi Mtetwa 38 points (Darnall)

2nd: Zandile Ngcobo 34 points (Cato Ridge)

3rd: Lyanda Daniels 29 points oco (St Cathryn’s)

4th: Anyanda Gwala (Cato Ridge)


1st: Jabulani Mafuleka 37 points (Umhlali)

2nd: Thami Myeni 36 points (Umhlali)

3rd: Sipiwe Dlamini 34 points (Umhlali)

4th: Njabulo Gina 32 points (Greytown)

Nearest to pin 9/18th: Sbusiso Mchunu

Longest drive 10th: Sbusiso Mchunu

Nearest to pin for 2 on 17th: Mzwandile Thusi

We will be playing the Farmers Agri-Care Monthly Mug on Saturday 13 May, and this is open to all players. The format is medal for the mug, but one can also play individual stableford, or both.
Our golf course has still got a green tinge to it, bearing in mind that we are in the middle of a serious drought, and we are awaiting the first bad frost.

This Friday we will bring and braai, so bring your meat and join us for pap and sous, breads and salad. Contact Piet to book for golf and/or meals on 083 269 1661.


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