Monday, 9 November 2015

Weekly newsletter - 4 -8 November 2015

Kimberley Golf Club Report 8 November 2015
Sunday’s Sealing Solutions League saw Molinari’s record the biggest gain in the A League, 17 points. Similarly Pinseekers recorded the biggest gain in the B League, also 17 points.
With just one round to go Happy Hookers and the Golf Shop hold a slender lead in the A League. However, there remains a catch up game outstanding by the Playas and Molinari’s, the results of which might well affect the log table.
C-PAC comfortably head the B league, with Kimberley Motoparts second.  

Alan Doherty returned a net 68 to win the November Monthly Medal sponsored by the Wesley Methodist Church on Saturday. Christo Swanepoel and Tinus Venter were first and second in the A division, each on net 69. While Quinton Schaefer and Pieter van Niekerk were first and second in the B division, each on net 70. Andries Kori carded the best gross on the day, a three under par 69. 
Friday’s 2015 NC Construction Golf Day format was a Fourball American Scramble (Medal Net). This annual tournament included a field of some 180 players representing over 40 teams. OJ Maimane, Thuso Dichaba, Deuce and Kabello Leburu, under the banner OJM Construction, broke the magical 50 barrier in returning a net 49.4 to win the 26th anniversary of the event. Team RMS, that included Hendrick Britz, Jan van der Walt, Charl Kruger and Donavan de Soussa, was the the runner up on 50.6. CAT Security, represented by Dow Jacobs, Johan, Joanie and Jolene Herselman, was third on 50.8 points. In all the prizes went down to 17th position.

A birdie three for a powerplay eight pointer on the nominated 9th propelled Evan Painting to the front of the field in Thursday’s KWV Powerplay Niner. Nico Ross posted a powerplay six pointer on the 16th for an aggregate 21 points and second place. Dave Wilson, following a powerplay six pointer on the 9th, was third on 20 points. The Roodeberg draw was not underservedly won by OJ Maimane who comfortably recorded the highest number of powerplay successes through the past six weeks.

Mike Vigne posted 38 individual stableford points to take first place in the Leon’s House of Liquor monthly competition on Wednesday. Johan Herselman was the runner up, two points behind. The final prize went to Ronnie Engelbrecht on 35 points.

This week the KGC offers the Cleveland Golf Super Six Tournament on Tuesday. On Wednesday it is the Konica Minolta Business League. On Thursday the course will be closed to the Petra Diamonds Golf Day. On Friday the APK hold their golf fundraiser.
On Saturday the KGC offers an IPS and the NC Seniors and the Ladies play for the Cleopatra Cup.

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