Question marks loomed over the weather in the days leading up to the event with showers predicted to arrive in the late-morning and continue for much of the afternoon. Fortunately, however, the rain stayed away and instead cloudy skies and a light breeze were the order of the day.
The course was in fantastic shape despite the water-crisis gripping the Cape at present. The greens, running at a slick 11.5 on the stimp-meter, provided a stern test for the golfers as many came to rue untimely 3-putts. On the whole though, the scoring was impressive with Brandon Shaw signing for 41 points to claim victory in the disabled section.
As always, the FSP saw to it that the day was a resounding success. Emcee of the prize-giving, Ignation Douries, expressed the Association’s delight at having SADGA chairman Enver Hassen in attendance. Details of a SADGA fundraiser which takes place on the 25th of October at Devonvale Golf Club were also announced.
Our thanks to Milnerton Golf Club for their great hospitality and continued support of the SADGA. Thanks to the City of Cape Town for the donation of equipment for use by our FSP members and to the Western Province Golf Union for their unwavering support of the SADGA provincial days.
Winners of the day:
1st Brandon Shaw 41 points
2nd Shaun Vos 33 points
3rd Dean Howes, Ignation Douries 33 points
1st Shane Le Roux 41 points
2nd Charles Williams 34 points
3rd Albie Louw 33 points
1st Lawrence Steyn 37 points
2nd Enver Hassen 36 points
3rd Henry Voight 34 points