November 2018 Tue 6st Nov: Gale force westerlies and really cold conditions which ultimately led to the ladies canceling
their competition in the afternoon did not deter 34 hardened, slightly crazy KGB stalwarts turning out to
be drawn into two 3-balls and seven 4-balls to play the usual 2-to-count Stableford alliance.
Scores reflected the level of difficult playing under such conditions and the winners, Arnie Schultz,
Russel Warren and Tom Tagg did so with a lowly 76 +5 =81 points. Second placed Peter Longhurst, Eric
Segers, Mark Warren and Dave Curran did so with a sub eighty 79.
The Hamer en Sukkel trophy adorned the 19th hole table of John Muggeridge, Steven Daly and Quinton

Hogge who came home with an unimpressive 64 points. Heinz Czepluch’s birdie on the 8th was the only 2-club of the day.

Fri 9th Nov: A record number of 54 players turned out for Friday’s KGB 2-to-count Stableford
competition played in excellent weather conditions. The field was drawn into twelve 4-balls and two 3- balls.
Andy Barnes, Eugene Erasmus, Sandy Fryer and Graham Findlay carded a winning 90 points, thus
beating (1) Dave Curran, Peter Reed, Nick Oosthuizen and Heinz Czepluch and (2) Neil Loundar, Tom
Tagg, Russell Warren and Theresa Loundar into joint second place with 87 points each.
The dreaded Hamer en Sukkel trophy spent time on the 19th hole table of Matt Chadwick,

Richard Laing and James Weisters who came home with a lowly 73 + 5 = 78 points.
Both Arnie Schultz and the fair Rosie Calmeyer-Leach made 2-clubs on the 8th. The best individual nett

scores were recorded by Eugene Erasmus (66), Barrie Brady (68) and Arnie Schultz (69).