Pescanova and Novanam Golf day


The Rossmund monthly “feeshing” competition sponsored by Pescanova and Novanam was held on Saturday (22 June).  This golf competition count among the most popular and it is always a pleasure when sponsors join for a round of golf and afterwards for the prize giving and socialising.

The weather also played along fine for a most enjoyable competition and a few good scores were posted.
The results:
Overall Winner: Kevin Wentzel 70 nett,
“A” Division: Andrew van Schalkwyk 72 nett,
“B” Division: Willie van Zyl 70nett,
“C” Division: Graham Louw 84 nett,
In the Ladies division Rina Knight emerged as the winner with a 81 nett.
Daniel van Wyk was the junior winner with a 104 nett.
Sunday 23 June saw the SAGES in action with an excellent field of golfers arriving in thick mist to support one of our long time sponsors, Stainless Engineering.
Only one 2-club was recorded by Tony Boesch on Number 7 with Des Benson securing the nearest to the pin and Sigi Baumgartner on Number 12. Overall Winner was Des Benson with a brilliant round of 42 points (75 gross), with runner up Tim Botha 35 points, Dougie Smith (31 points) was third, fourth place went to Gerhard Byleveld 30 points and John Horne 29 points winning a count out over Tony Boesch and Sigi Baumgartner. As always Cashbox and Johan van Wyk were on hand to ring the bell and assist with the prize giving – this time the grandchildren stood by with a helping hand.
Wednesday 19 June: the Engen – Swakopmund Service Station Golf Day 30 golfers took to the course despite the hectic east wind conditions.
Marco Swarts and Johnny Flook took on Fanie Terblanche and Fritz Coetzee in the Doubles Match, with the latter winning 1UP.
Eleven Pairs competed in our last qualifier for the International Pairs Final, to be held in Windhoek – the laurels went to the duo of Andrew van Schalkwyk and Kevin Wentzel with 43 points. This means that a total of 4 men’s and 2 ladies pairs will compete for a place for an all expenses paid trip to Portugal.
Well done to the qualifiers and thanks to all the golfers who supported the initiative.
The Individual scores from all the days’ participants were thrown in the hat for the Wednesday competition.
Results: – 18 Holes: Achmet Abrahams 37 points, Andrew van Schalkwyk 36 points. 9 Holes (Back 9): Fritz Coetzee 18 points. Longest Day winner was Peter Bass. Win or lose – whichever way you want to look at it on a count out over the Par 3’s.
This coming weekend in the 2019 NALGU Namibian Open Championship and the Namibian Junior Championships at Rossmund. The club will also host a small competition sponsored by Destination Swakopmund for those of you who cannot get through the weekend without your “shot “of golf.
Remember: Golf is a non-violent game played violently from within. Real golfers go to work to relax. Real golfers don’t cry when they line up their fourth putt.

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