The majority of Saturday’s golfers received more than one good soaking on the day. Eddie Barkhuizen and Willie Gerber, first off, first in and around the course in three and a half hours, were only required to vacate the front patio. Their 46 betterball stableford points remained the leading score throughout the competition. Susan Ferreira and Charles Malherbe, next in, but, recipients of the first shower, were the runners up on 45 points. Keanan Aysen and Shane Boughan were third on 44 points. For the day the total registered golfers 99, the total registered rain 8 mm.
Henk Visser carded a gross 35 for 20 points and an outright win in Friday’s Flamingo Casino Meat and Slots Niner. Stiaan Hugo, who carded a level par 36, was second on 19 points on a count out from third placed Luchmen Poonawassy. Adrian McLaren was fourth on 18 points in a count out from Andries Kori, the latter also carded a level par gross 36.
Mali Manana returned 18 points for a clear win in the KWV Niner Thursday. There were three players on 16 points, the count out determined Ian Crozier second and Braam Botes third.
Wednesdays IPS Jackpot entry produced unit value vouchers of R100 each.
The three sixes saw Siewert Wiid win the opening six on 17 points, Gary Hepburne claim the second six on 14 and Pieter Botes take the final six on 16. Siewert Wiid also won the outward nine on 22 points with Pieter Botes and Bennie Claasen sharing the inward nine on 21 points each.
This week the KGC offers the Leon’s House of Liquor IPS Wednesday followed by the Spur Junior Challenge and the KWV Niner Thursday. On Friday, by invitation, it is the annual Mercedes Benz Trophy. On Saturday it is the annual Mickey and Friends Golf Fundraiser.