From Pierre's Desk

Dear members,

Just like that, the IPT week is upon us and teams are starting to arrive on the Estate. The 12 teams will be staying on site for the week which is really good for the estate. It's a feather in our cap that GOLF RSA decided to bring such a prestigious event to our beautiful estate. 

We have been working so hard to get the course in the best possible condition through out a cold and rainy winter.  Clinton and his team continue to deliver and we can be very proud of our golf course and the condition it is in at the moment. 
See below some of the pictures of our course and the fantastic condition it is in at the moment.

The new Nike range is in store and I took the time to do a quick video on some of the items. 


Please remember that our member braai and monthly medal will be played on Wednesday, 22nd of September. This is due to the 4x4 taking place during the last week of September. I would also like to encourage all of our members to book ahead for Wednesday 29 September, it will be a very busy day as it will also be the practice round for the Men's 4x4 Team Challenge.
Also don't forget, our burger special is back due to popular demand. So pop down to the club for a delicious meal.

Enjoy the weekend and happy golfing

In the winners' circle

Wednesday, 8th September
Competition results
Individual Stableford

1st: P. Troder – 36 pts (15HC)
2nd: Peter Wright – 35 pts C/i (24HC)
3rd: N. Peterson – 34pts C/o (7HC)

Nearest to the pins
Hole 4: Robert Mavundla
Hole 16: Sabelo Moola


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