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The count placed Phillip Maritz, Susan Alexander, Bernie Turton and Helena Janse second to fifth respectively.

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The Saturday Club IPS had the best three players as Adrian McLaren (39), Bradley Slingers (37) and Nico Ross (36).

Saturday’s “A Business Spring Golf Day” presented by Dirty Birdies and hosted by Heinrich du Preez, World and Guinness Book of Golf Records holder, added another 64 players. The format was a BBS played from a scramble drive, all players receiving a prize.

Top score on the day belonged to Doctors Muzapher Allie and Mohammed Belim, with 48 points. Andries Kori and Jackie Beukes were the runners-up, just one point behind. Hein and Christiaan Voight were third on 46 points.

Helena Janse and Venetia Salo were the best of the 42 pointers.

LJ Thomane claimed the Friday Sun Flamingo Meat Niner, alone on 21 points. Four players followed on 20 points.

The count placed Phillip Maritz, Susan Alexander, Bernie Turton and Helena Janse second to fifth respectively.

Evan Painting’s two birdies on the nominated holes ensured not only eight pointers, but, a hard to beat 27 points for the Thursday KWV Powerplay Niner. Kevin Wakeford (24) and Neil Langley (23) were second and third, also with several powerplays to their credit.

Gerrit Roux returned the best score in the Wednesday John Dory’s IPS, 40 points. A count-out on 39 points deemed Melvyn Haai the runner up and Gavin van Zyl third.

The coming week

This week, tomorrow it is the Darsha Insurance Brokers IPS. On Thursday it is the KWV Powerplay Niner, immediately followed by the 3 lt. Roodeberg draw.

On Friday the KGC hosts the annual Kimberley Boys High School Golf Fund-raiser. This will be followed by the Sun Flamingo Niner and the snowball draw.

On Saturday it is the annual Trinity Methodist Church Golf Fund-raiser.