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.