IT was with sadness we learnt of the passing away of one of St Cathryn’s most ardent supporters and most loved golfers, Liekie Steyn, who was a member from 2003 and also Ladies Club Champion from 2004 to 2016.We will remember Steyn for her wit, comments, aggressive golf fighting spirit, and the most delicious baked cakes for the golfers.Steyn was diagnosed with cancer during 2017 and fought a hard battle with this dreaded disease, but she couldn’t par this tough course.Steyn will be missed by all — our golfers, the fellow home owners of St Cathryn’s, her colleagues, and friends.A celebration of her life will be held at St Cathryn’s on Sunday, December 16 at noon for 12.30 pm.All golfers are reminded of the first Farmers Agri-care Monthly Mug that will be played this coming Saturday, December 15, with the members report back meeting at 5 pm and members dinner thereafter. The new subs for the coming year are R1 650 for men and ladies, students and pupils are R1 150. All golfers will play with a black arm band in honour of our member Steyn. Saturday’s Farmers Agri-care Monthly Mug will be the first in the 2019 golfers Grand Prix.On Sunday morning the 2018 Mug of Mugs will be played with an early tee off from 7 am and the golfers are: Marius Muller, Merwin Rabe, Tienie Muller, Dieter Meyer, Deon van Dyk, Henrico Corbett, and Fanie van Wyk. The current Mug of Mugs champion is Tienie Muller.Our family day is planned for Thursday, December 27, and is to be played at Simbithi Golf Club with lunch afterwards at Siggi’s at Salt Rock. We have booked for three fourballs and early tee-off from 7.40 am, 7.50 am and 8 am. We have four spots available for the first tee at 7.40 am. Cost is R500 per golfer for golf, cart, and competition. To book please contact Piet at 083 269 1661. Please also let us know about families joining for lunch as we need to book.