Dulux paints better ball

The past weekend saw 44 players turn out for the first of two qualifying rounds for the Dulux paints Better ball Stableford competition where the top teams from both rounds will compete at Omeya later in the year for big prizes.

Johan le riche [kanna] was at the club on the day to hand out the club prizes and it was Sergio Figuerero and Willie Venter winning the day with a solid 47 points. Second place went to Wouter van Wijk and Kurt Brits on 45 points and third Amandio Sardinha and Johnny Borges on 44 points. Simon Celliers won nearest the pin on the 18th.
Darryl won the draw last week so it is back to 1 000 this week.
The Sages competition on Sunday was well supported and at the AGM held afterwards, Carlos de Gouveia was elected as new captain of the ever increasing number of over 50’s and ou toppie Frans Grobler will be the second in charge. Thanks to Jerry for the many years of looking after our sages and for sorting out the samoosas and kususters.
This weekend is the first of a number of monthly medals scheduled for 2019. This year jointly sponsored by PISCES (JJ Fourie) and FOX DESIGNS. The list is on the board.
On 16 Feb is our annual Club Fundraiser. The format is Better ball Stableford with a bit of a twist – 4 holes can be discarded, 7 better ball holes and 7 holes with two scores to count. You need to decide after each hole which option you are going to take.
The list is on the board so get your names on soonest and entry is 1 000 per team, which is not too much more than what you would pay for a normal round on a Saturday. We are trying to get prizes for all team so if you can sponsor a prize or two please contact me.
They don’t have to be big prizes.
The past weekend saw Dulux Paints as sponsor of for the first of two Betterball Stableford qualifiers at club level Johan le Riche. Overall winning teams from all Clubs will later in the year compete in a final at Omeya. The overall value of the Dulux nationwide sponsorship is around N$200 000.
We had our committee meeting this week and there were a few points which need to be pointed out
∙ There will a bar price increase from 1 march following increases from the sup-pliers. We did not increase last year and we can’t pass this year.
∙ We have an incident book at the bar and if you as a member note anything or you are unhappy with something please note it in the book. We can’t get things sorted if we don’t know of them
∙ The ATM has become an issue and with immediate effect we are terminating the contract with the suppliers, so sorry, no more atm.
∙ We have continued to have issues with water and water pressure hence the greens taking a bit of a beating. Added to this the mowers have also given pro-blems. We are attending to both issues as best we can so we can only ask for pa-tience while we sort these issues out.
The other competitions for the next few weeks are as follows:
9 February First 2019 PISCS monthly medal
23 February MOBILE SOLUTIONS locally / KIt Pairs in Whk
9 March KWV with piggy Bank Windhoek Lager pairs and central open in Windhoek.

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