Learners from different schools participated in the 18-hole challenge and put their golfing skills to the test.
The angling of the day started slow with fish hard to come by. The underwater vegetation left anglers frustrated, as they had to overcome stuck lines and in the process lost fish and traces.
This was for the purchase of school shoes which will be distributed to children across Africa.
“I bowled against the Proteas and England’s national team and it was really an awesome experience, as I was able to learn from the best in the world, and they really helped me a lot,” Jordan Kinsley claimed.
Monty Slabbert claimed the individual honours with 10 points, earning himself the orange cap, trophy and prize money as Angler of the Day.
There is no entrance fee and a meal will be supplied at no additional cost – contact the club on 034 310 6690 for more details.
The evergreen team of the Putt Putts ended off its good season with a victory to finish top of the pops, followed by Wesbank in second place, Ay Saaba (We Are Here) in third spot and in fourth, Safari Geezers.
Entrance was restricted to employees and their families who arrived in their droves, and a total of 137 adults and 27 children attended the event.
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Played in the better ball format, the first and third positions both came down to the count-out.
During this camp, a cheque for the amount of R1 500 was handed over to the owners and managers of Sanjos Home for the Aged in Vryheid, as part of the circle’s social responsibility programme over 14 years.