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What’s happening at the KGC – April 26 to May 5 2024

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Kimberley Golf Club results for the week of April 17-20 and a look ahead to the period of April 26 to May 5.

NC Senior Society players defended the Blacklaws Cup against Free State. Picture: Supplied

KIMBERLEY Golf Club results for the week of April 17-20 and a look ahead to the period of April 26 to May 5.

Results for the week of April 17 to 20 2024 are:

The Wednesday, April 17 KGC IPS was won by Phillip Maritz on 21pts with Barend Burger 2nd on 20pts and Nigel Page 3rd with 19pts.

The Thursday, April 18 KWV Niner was won by André Williams on 19pts with Johan Herselman 2nd on a count-out also on 19pts. Third was Braam Botes on 18pts also on a count-out.

NOCCI had a successful golf day on Friday April 19th.

The Saturday, April 20 KGC IPS was won by Kevin Wakeford on 39pts with Ghaalid Norman 2nd on 37pts on a count-out over 3rd placed Johan Herselman also on 37. Johan Herselman also won the Charlies outing prize as did Kevin Wakeford the monthly Seniors Society outing.

The Northern Cape Seniors Society (pictured) convincingly beat the Free State Seniors in their annual Blacklaws cup match. The Northern Cape Union Senior and Super Seniors teams played in the annual Inter Provincial (IPT) tournament at San Lemeer on the South Coast, KZN. Results were unfortunately somewhat disappointing.

The following is planned for April 26 to May 5

Friday, April 26: Flamingo Casino golf day

Saturday, April 27: Club BBS, New Vaal sponsored Business League and weekly Charlies outing

Sunday, April 28: Sunday League with social golf to follow

Monday, April 29: Club closed but office open for business

Tuesday, April 30: Social golf with special rates applying

Wednesday, May 1: Public holiday, KONICA Minolta BBS

Thursday, May 2: KWV sponsored Niner with power play options

Friday, May 3: Flamingo Niner

Saturday, May 4: Royal Spa Monthly medal

Sunday, May 5: Junior series, Social golf, NC Seniors leave for Durban to play in the annual Seniors National tournament at Royal Durban and Durban Country Club courses.

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