St Cathryn’s news

2018-03-14 06:01

A SMALL but competitive field of players took part in the Farmers Agri-care Monthly Mug on Saturday, March 10 and we were well supported by golfers from our neighbouring club, Greytown.

Some of the golfers took this as a practice round in an attempt to see any changes and where the nooks and crannies are in preparation for this coming weekend’s Arcadia Golf Tournament taking place at St Cathryn’s and Greytown’s courses.

Early indications are that lots of rain can be expected in the coming week.
RESULTS:

1st, Tienie Muller nett 73

2nd, Marius Muller nett 74

3rd, Fanie van Wyk nett 75 o.c.o

4th, Piet Nel

5th, Merwin Rabe nett 76

Nearest to pin 9/18th: Mike Harrison

Best stableford: Maruis Muller o.c.o Piet

33points

Captains Putter: Flip Botha

Marius Muller is leading the Grand Prix with 39 points and is closely followed by Tienie on 37 points.

Both Mullers are members from Greytown Golf Club and are currently chipping towards the R500 meat hamper up for grabs at the end of the season.

Final race will be held at the December mug.

Other scores to take note of: local members Mike Harrison on 33 points and Fanie van Wyk on 32 points.

The Grand Prix race is a format where golfers who play in the monthly mugs receive points for playing.

UPCOMING FIXTURES:

March 17/18: Arcadia Golf Day Greytown and St Cathryn’s — Better Ball competition.

March 25: The Triangular against Mandeni and Darnall here at St Cathryn’s — Individual Stableford

April 14/15: Tuta Carriers Club Championships — Medal

May 26: St Cathryn’s Classic — Better Ball competition.

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