The annual GNGU Closed tournament is taking place on 15 April 2018 at Akasia Country Club.
This event is now open to both male and female golfers, who are affiliated members at a Club within Gauteng North and have a valid handicap of 36 or less.
There will be 3 different divisions: –
A = handicaps <9 : Stroke Play
B = handicaps 0 – 18: Stroke Play
C = handicaps 19 – 36: Individual Stableford
This event will take place over 36 holes.
CLICK HERE for more information and to enter
It gives us great pleasure in announcing our Senior and Super Senior IPT Teams that will be participating in the A Section IPT’s at St Francis Links from 23 – 26 April 2018.
In no particular order:
Chris Delport Zwartkop CC
Gordon Wessels Wingate Park CC
Derik Piek Centurion CC
William Skinner Zwartkop CC
Pieter Cooper Wingate Park CC
Henry Roodt Silver Lakes CC
Phillip Bierman Akasia CC
Conrad Rauch Pretoria CC
Super Senior Team:
Etienne Groenewald Centurion CC
Adrian Kriel Wingate Park CC
Rinus van Niekerk Wingate Park CC
Philip Viljoen Pretoria CC
Denis Dreyer will be the team manager.
We congratulate all players on their selection and wish them the very best of luck for the tournament ahead!
The 2018 GNGU Mid Amateur Open was held on 4 March 2018 at Wingate Park CC.
The course was in immaculate condition and proved to be a tough test for the players. However, unfortunately for the second year in a row, inclement weather resulted in the 36 hole tournament being reduced to 18 holes.
With a bogey free round of 70 (2 under Par), Ruimsig’s Tyran van Lieshout won this year’s trophy, one shot ahead of Louis Moolman and Ernest Botha. GNGU’s top players were Alex van Heerden and Jacques van Tonder, both who finished level par for the round.
GNGU would like to thank Wingate Park Country Club’s Executive Committee and members for giving up their course for the day, as well as their Management and staff for their assistance with the event. We would also like to thank all the entrants for participating in the event and look forward to seeing them again next year.
For full results CLICK HERE
On Sunday the 25th of February we had the
honour of hosting the 2018 Tshwane Open Junior Tournament at Irene Country Club. The juniors
were treated like royalty with each of them receiving a commemorative Tshwane Open shirt, cap and 2 meals through the day.
We had a full field of players teeing it for a chance to get an invite to play in Tuesday’s Tshwane Open pro-am at Pretoria Country Club.
With a great score of 70 two under par, Alessio Graziani was crowned as champion of the day which got him a spot in the Pro-am. The other two players who qualified were Michael Hempel (B-div winner) and William Reyneke (u/13 winner).
At prize giving we had the privilege of having the Executive Mayor of City of Tshwane Councillor Solly Msimanga and MEC of Community and Social Development Services Councillor Ntsiki Mokhotho handing over the prizes to our winners.
A great thank you to the City of Tshwane for making this event possible and creating fond memories for our junior players.
*Photo Credit Perfect Exposure.
Centurion Country Club hosted this year’s GNGU Nomads Junior Girls as well as inaugural Women’s Mid Amateur Open.
Each age section had an A (handicaps up to 9 playing stroke play), B (handicaps 10 – 18 playing stroke play) and C (handicaps 19+ playing individual stableford) division.
For the Junior Girls 2018 trophy, Kiera Floyd from Ekurhuleni went into round 2 with a 1 shot lead over Ladies Golf Gauteng’s Symone Henriques. However, in round 2 Kaiyuree Moodley from Ladies Golf Gauteng shot a magnificent 68, to total 4 under for the event and take the A Division trophy.
B Division was won by Kyra van Kan of Ekurhuleni on +12 and C Division by Gizelle van der Westhuizen of Zwartkop cc, with 62 points for the 2 rounds. Pictured above David Peerless, with Junior Girls winner Kaiyuree Moodley and Centurion Ladies Captain, Sue Smith.
It was with excitement that WGSA introduced ranking points for the Mid Amateur section and after round 1, Karin Watts from Services was leading by 1. However, Adele Beytell from Woodhill cc, shooting rounds of 80 and 81 managed to win this first GNGU Women’s Mid Amateur trophy on a total of 163.
Valda Ford from Ladies Golf Gauteng won the B Division on 166 and Franci Coetzee from Silver Lakes had 65 stableford points to win the C Division. Pictured above Women’s Mid Amateur winner Adele Beytell with Centurion Ladies Captain, Sue Smith.
Thank you to the Club for the special touches, including pink flags, pink cups and chocies given to players. Also a big thank you to the committee and members for giving up their course for the day, as well as staff and management for their assistance.
Finally, thank you to Northern Nomads who once again sponsored the Junior section of this event – their support assists in adding great value to the juniors and is greatly appreciated.
It is with excitement that WGSA have now introduced an SA Mid Amateur Ranking for WGSA mid-amateur affiliated golfers.
CLICK HERE to view the explanatory document.
The GNGU Women’s Mid Amateur Open is taking place at Centurion Country Club on Sunday, 11 February 2018. Entries close on Friday, 2 February at 12h00. Please go to the Entries / Draws / Results tab for more information and to enter.
The 2018 GNGU Open was held 26 – 28 January 2018 at the beautiful Waterkloof Golf Club.
With 186 players in the field, it was always going to be well contested. After round 1 Kyle McClatchie from Ekurhuleni shot 65 and had a 1 shot lead over 3 players tied for second. In round 2 McClatchie overcame a triple bogey and a double bogey during his round to finish level for the day, leaving him 4 shots behind tournament leader James du Preez from Pretoria Country Club. However, a 64 in round 3 took McClatchie into a 1 shot lead ahead of du Preez, who had rounds of 66, 67 and 69 to leave him lying 2nd going into the final round. A birdie free final round, shooting 62 and ending with a birdie on the last hole was a fantastic way for McClatchie to end as an amateur, as this was his last amateur tournament before he turns professional.
The GNGU would like to thank all players for their participation and enthusiasm. We would also like to thank Waterkloof’s members, management and executive committee for giving up their course to host this prestigious event.
For full results CLICK HERE