St Cathryn’s news

2018-07-11 06:01

THE Farmers’ Agri-Care Monthly Mug will be played on Saturday, and with the Grand Prix running concurrently, with points scored for playing in the mug, it seems there is a jostling for top honours at this stage of the race.

Dieter Meyer is on leave and can’t play in the mug and is in joint first position with Marius Muller on 59 points.

Mike Harrison is lying third with 58 points and should he win this Saturday, it could also be a good-luck charm for England in the Soccer World Cup — “... it’s coming home, Mike”.

Dutch supporter Fanie van Wyk is in fourth position and Tienie Muller in fifth position on 54 points.

On July 15, Grenville Manton, a visiting golfer from Richmond, is bringing some golfers to share in his excitement because he will be playing his 100th golf course and he will be doing it on St Cathryn’s golf course.

An update of their results and golfing experience will be placed in next week’s report.

An update on the new slope rating that will be implemented in September on all golf courses in South Africa is that the permanent markers have been painted in their new official colours, the stroking on the cards are in the process to be verified with records kept, and valuable input from the members has also been taken into consideration.

Visitors are always welcome to play in our Monthly Mug. Should you not wish to play Medal, you are welcome to enter the Best Stablford Competition.

To book for golf, please phone 083 269 1661.


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