GLOBAL warming was not to be found on the golf course on Saturday during the Farmers Agri-care monthly mug when temperatures dropped to 12 degrees for October, but the rain we experienced was most welcome. Some of the golfers went off on the fifth hole, after the later than normal start, when the driving rain made golf very difficult and dangerous — imagine a club slipping out of your hand to damage your partner?The higher than normal scores proves that the rain and colder temps had an effect on the game. RESULTS First — Fanie van Wyk nett 78Second — Dieter Meyer nett 84Third — Marius Muller nett 84Nearest to pin 9/18th — M MullerCaptains putter — Fritz VolkerAll golfers received the new rule books as a consolation prize.The Plennegy St Cathryn’s inter-club teams have been announced and they take to the South Coast this coming weekend. This is to take part in the biggest amateur golf tournament in South Africa when they play in KZNGU interclub tournament.Senior Frog team is Piet Coetzee, Mike and Gerald Harrison and the other Frog team is Brent Barkhuizen, Dieter Meyer and Fanie van Wyk. To book for golf please contact Piet at 083 269 1661.