THE Farmers Agri-care Monthly Mug and Mug of Mugs was only played late, on December 21 and December 22, but there was “no stopping” Dieter Meyer that weekend. Not only was Meyer voted the “Players’ player of the year” at the report meeting, but he also received the “Player of the year” award, was the Grand Prix winner, he secured the Farmers Agri-care monthly mug prize for the December Mug, and he also won the 2019 Mug of Mugs.Farmers Agri-care Monthly Mug Results:First: Dieter Meyer nett 71Second: Merwin Rabe nett 74Third: Owen Naidoo nett 77Fourth: Josh Meyer nett 80 o.c.oFifth: Steven van der MerweNearest to pin 9/18th: Gareth LarkenNearest to pin for two on the 17th: David CunninghamBest Greytown golfer: Owen NaidooBest senior golfer: Kelvin PriceCaptain’s Putter: Mariaan van Wyk.The next Farmers Agri-care monthly mug will be played on January 25. With the Mullers on holiday in George, a depleted Mug of Mugs had the following results:First: Dieter Meyer nett 74Second: Merwin Rabe nett 76Third: Fanie van Wyk nett 80The family day played at Gowrie GC was played in misty, wet, Midlands weather on December 27. Golfers from Greytown joined us for the day and this lead to an unofficial test against Greytown. The format was betterball and the individual player’s scores were added together and then divided by the number of players. Mike Barrow was the wild card in the Greytown team and was cause for much laughter and comments. He really enjoyed his outing.Family Day Results:First: Merwin Rabe and Deon Hellberg 40 pointsSecond: Piet Nel and Thuba Mzila 36 points St Cathryn’s: 164 points and 27,33 individualGreytown: 158 points and 26,33 points individual.Mention must be made of what happened on Boxing Day on the course. There were seven father and daughter golfers/caddies/helpers on the course.Tubby Larkan played with daughter Stephanie caddying. Erwin Brunkhorst had daughter Minette (and granddaughter Mia) spectating. Richard Robins played with his daughter Amanda Barton and husband Calvin Barton. Then there was Rob Tarr and daughter Emma caddying with birthday boy brother Matt playing golf with his father. Mark Scott and daughter Jemma, assisting with driving the cart, were also on the scene while Dawie Pieterse with daughter caddy Mary-Kate and Dawie junior helping. Then Louise Nel had to help her father, Piet, pull in a broken down golf cart. Thank you to all the young ladies and for your assistance in making St Cathryn’s a truly fun-filled, family golf course.To book for golf please contact Piet at 083 269 1661. — Supplied.