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What’s happening at the Kimberley Golf Club – November 3-11

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Kimberley Golf Club results for the week of October 25-28 and what’s happening next week.

Results for the week of October 25-25 are:

The Wednesday, October 25 John Dory’s sponsored 18-hole IPS competition was won by William Wepener with 38pts. Second was Gavin van Zyl on 36pts and 3rd Dee Kidson with 35pts on a count-out.

The Thursday, October 26 KWV sponsored Niner with power play options was won by Andre Williams on 20pts with Keith Brown 2nd on 19pts.

The Friday, October 27 Flamingo Niner was won by Andries Kori with 18pts. Second was Zayhied Suliman with 15pts on a count-out over 3rd placed Eugene Snyman also on 15pts and Donald Witbooi 4th with 12pts.

The Saturday, October 28 Club sponsored 18-hole IPS and St Andrews Presbyterian Golf Day was won by Kobus Dippenaar with 41pts. Second was Cedric Ross on 39pts with Francois Schwartz 3rd with 37pts on a count-out over 4th placed Ghalied Norman also on 37pts as well as 5th placed Pete van Zyl also on 37pts. Sixth was Stefan van Heerden on 36pts.

The weekly Saturday Charlies outing was won by Kobus Dippenaar.

Please note that the visitor fee for 18 holes has been reduced to R350. Except for corporate and other special days.

The following is planned for November 3 to 11 2023

Friday, November 3: MVD Construction Golf Day

Saturday, November 4: KGC sponsored 18-hole BBS, the weekly Charlies and monthly Seniors outings.

Sunday, November 5: Social golf with special rates applying.

Monday, November 6: Course closed but office open for business.

Tuesday, November 7: Social Golf with special rates applying.

Wednesday, November 8: Darsha sponsored IPS 18 holes.

Thursday, November 9: KWV sponsored Niner with power play options.

Friday, November 10: Newton School Golf Day.

Saturday, November 11: Club IPS and the weekly Charlies outing.

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