Tue 5 th Nov: In keeping with recent weather a strong easterly arrived to wreak havoc amongst the
37 players drawn in three 3-balls and seven 4-balls to play to play a 2-to-count Stableford Alliance.
Finishing in joint first place on a surprisingly low score of 80 points was the 3-ball of Mark Warren,
Bryan Connock and Bob Shaw along with the 4-ball of Tom Tagg, Dave Curran, Andy Manson and
Paul Fryer.
The inglorious battle for the Hamer & Sukkel turned into a stiff competition and was eventually
shared by three coveys consisting of Danny Tarpani, Peter Reed and Eugene Erasmus as well as
Arnie Schultz, John Dell and Heinz Czepluch and finally Neil Loundar, Ian Gatenby, Barrie Brady
and Graham Finlay who all recorded 75 points.
No individual scores of note were recorded illustrating conditions.
The 2-club pool was captured by Tom, Andy and Paul, all playing in the same covey, and achieving
something rarely witnessed as they all birdied the par three 8 th . No other 2-clubs were recorded.

Fri 8 th Nov:
A marked improvement in weather conditions a field of 38 players turning up to play in the
combined KGB and NSRI golf day, the field consisting of 8 four balls and two three balls.
Contesting the 4-ball alliance two scores to count the winners on 92 points George Lake, Arnie
Schultz, Maureen McGarvic and Don McGarvic.
Runners up on 90 points Jimmy van Rensburg, Advian White, Nick Oosthuizen and Brian Reed.
Someone had to win the Hamer & Sukkul, and the honours went to John Dell, Eugene Erasmus,
Andy Barnes and Peter Reed on 76 points.
Ladies walked away with the best nets of the day of 68 carded by Liz Gatenby and Gaby Tarpani.
There were 2, two clubs on the 8th by Martin Lambrecht and Cecil Grobler and the pool was carried
over to next Tuesday.
Sadly, KGB said goodbye after 20 years to Chris Nibs who is relocating to George, we wish him
well and all the best in his George golfing endeavours.