Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Weekly Newsletter 10 November - 16 November 2015

Kimberley Golf Club Report 12 November 2015
Molinaris 10, the Playas 9 - the results of a Sealings Solution League catch up game Sunday morning saw the former move towards the top of the log in the A league, with just one round to go.

Allen Grootboom returned a net 66 for 42 individual stableford points to win the Club Competition on Saturday. Ivan Coetzee was second on 40 points. A count out on 39 points placed Neil Langley third and Johan Oosthuizen fourth.

In the Saturday Senior outing Francois Maritz, playing the pivot, came first with Don Fielding on 46 betterball points and second with Daan Fourie on 42 points. Machiel Cronje and Pat Ansley were third on 41 points on the age count out. The outing included, too, the Ladies section and mixed betterballs in which the leading competitors were presented with the Cleopatra Trophy. It was Hannes Le Roux and Susan Ferreira who posted a winning 40 points.
Ivan Coetzee returned the top score, 20 points, in the Sun Flamingo Niner Friday afternoon. Shane Arthur was second on 19 points. Alan Meyer, Gavin Oliver and Bernie Turton were the final three prize winners, each on 18 points.

Thursday’s Petra Diamonds Golf Day, with a field of 160 golfers, brought a new dynamic to corporate occasions. The format, played from a scramble drive, was a fourball alliance with two scores to count. Ultimately it was Team Trentyre who was first on the day on 111 points. A count out on 107 points deemed Workwear Depot second and Finsch Diamond Mine third. Team Multotech Manufacturing was fourth on 105 points and Team Brinks Global was fifth on 104 points on a count out.

All historical KGC stableford records, individual and betterball, were shattered in the final round of the Konica Minolta Business League on Wednesday afternoon. The covey in which it all happened included OJ Maimane and Duece Leburu (Team OJM Consultants) and Tinus and Hermus Venter (Team KGC). And, it was Deuce Leburu who delivered the El Nino like devastation. Playing off a 15, and never having broken the 80 barrier, he unleashed a personal best 74 gross (36, 38) - a net 59 - for a sum total 49 individual stableford points. In the team event his partner OJ Maimane still managed to add an additional four points, a full return therefore, of 53 betterball points.
In the IPS for the day Deuce Leburu was first, with Kevin Collings second on 41 points and Barend Burger third on 39 points.
In the team event, the BBS, OJM Consultants were first with Burgers Brokers second on 45 points.
In the overall 2015 individual results OJ Maimane topped the table on 320 points, with Barend Burger second on 318 and Tinus Venter third on 317.
In the overall team results for 2015 OJM Consultants were the leading business on an aggregate 394 points, Burger Brokers second on 392 points, Darsha Insurance Brokers third on 382 points and the Halfway House Hotel fourth on 381 points.    

OJ Maimane (15), Francois Schwartz (14) and Hein Voight (12) were the top scorers in
Tuesday’s Cleveland Golf sponsored Super Six Tournament.

Young Chante de Lange was crowned both the 2015 Northern Cape Ladies Open Champion and the Northern Cape Junior Champion after 36 holes at the Sishen Golf Club last Saturday, her gross score 156. Magdel du Toit (171) claimed the Silver Division, Magda van Jaarsveld (197) the Bronze Division and Mica Poonawassy (211) the Copper Division. The Best Net Overall was won by Magdel du Toit on 143 while the Junior Best Net Overall was won by Mica Poonawassy on 147. Northern Cape Prime Time (over 45 years) played over 18 holes was won by Linda Steenkamp.    

This week the KGC offers the Cleveland Golf Super Six Tournament on Tuesday, the Darsha Insurance Brokers IPS on Wednesday, the under 23 Spur Challenge and KWV Powerplay Niner on Thursday and finally the Sun Flamingo Niner and CTCS draw on Friday. On Saturday it is the Adamantia High School Golf Fundraiser.

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