KGC Report 10 July 2016
In Saturday’s annual Senior President’s Golf Day three betterballs posted 46 points. The count out deemed Willie Delport and Dave Wilson first, Denver van Heerden and Donald Whitebooi second, Herby Woodbridge and Leon Blom third. Five betterballs followed on 44 points. Way out in front, 25 points in the count out, were Johan and Joanie Herselman, deemed fourth.
Tenderson Manyetsa returned 20 points to win the Sun Flamingo Niner Friday. Eddie Barkhuizen and Joanie Herselman were second and third, each on 19 points. Flex Rantoa and Andries Kori were fourth anf fifth, each on 18 points.
OJ Maimane returned 22 points that included a big six at the 15th and the better count to win the Thursday KWV Powerplay Niner. On the same score, losing that count out and posting a big six at the 17th, was the runner up Machiel Cronje. Bonolo Modise was third on 18 points, sans a powerplay advantage. Herby Woodbridge, Hermus Venter and Dave Wilson also enjoyed a ticket in the draw compliments of a big six.
OJ Maimane carded a gross 73 for 41 individual stableford points to win the Darsha Insurance Brokers IPS on Wednesday. Kevin Collings was the runner up on 39 points. Barend Burger was third on 38 points. Three players returned 37 points – Gavin van Zyl, John Lankester and Kassie Potgieter.
This week the KGC hosts the Interforces Championships Tuesday and Wednesday that includes the SA teams from the Correctional Services, the SAP and the SANDF. A Ryder Cup style event it features singles, foursomes and betterball matches. They will commence with a practice round Monday, however, the course will still remain closed to the public.
Wednesday afternoon it is the Konica Minolta Business League. On Thursday it is the KWV Powerplay Niner. On Friday it is the Sun Flamingo Niner and the snowball draw. On Saturday St Albans Church host their annual golf fundraiser. On Sunday it is the Sealing Solutions League, the format greensomes.