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KGC’s Poonawassy books her spot in national championship

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Gladys Poonawassy was the sole KGC winner, first in the C division. As such she is invited to play in the National Finals at the Glendower Golf Club.

THE Upington Golf Club hosted the Provincial Champion of Champions finals at the weekend which included the winners of the various divisions in both the Men’s and the Women’s Club Championships.

Gladys Poonawassy was the sole KGC winner, first in the C division. As such she is invited to play in the National Finals at the Glendower Golf Club.

Two outstanding betterball matches were recently played. In both matches the winners, Lenong and Mr. Delivery each gained an additional 17 points. The latter is now top of the log, the former the runner-up on the log.

The Saturday morning field at the KGC field had three players return 39 individual stableford points. The count-out placed Connor McNamara first, Mietie Aysen second and Peter Jansen third.

The Saturday afternoon field had Parks Mashabao first on 40 points. He was followed by Stephan Le Roux and Flexx Rantoa, each on 38 points.

Herbie Woodbridge and Peter Jansen were first and second in the Sun Flamingo Meat Niner on Friday, both players on 20 points. Three players followed on 19 points, Susan Alexander, Bernie Turton and OJ Maimane.

Peter Jansen carded a six pointer at the 11th on his way to a winning 23 points in the Thursday KWV Powerplay Niner. Dave Wilson was the runner-up on 20 points, a six pointer at the sixth.

Dave Benade opened with a six pointer at the 10th and closed with a good count-out to take third spot on 17 points. Denver van Heerden and Nico Ross also recorded six pointers, while Willie Uys enjoyed an eight pointer at the 15th.

Playing partners Angelo Rodrigues and Nick Graivanis each returned 40 individual stableford points in the Wednesday Sundowner Lodge sponsored IPS.

The count-out deemed the former first and the visiting Kansas City player the runner-up. A formidable pairing, together they produced 52 betterball points. Harry Welham was third on 38 points.

The Coming Week

On Wednesday it is the Leon’s House of Liquor IPS, with the KWV Powerplay Niner on Thursday.

On Friday it is the annual Sun Flamingo Golf Day, a betterball stableford with prizes valued at R16 000. The entry fee is R280 per player.

Saturday sees is the OBC Chicken supported monthly medal taking place.