It gives us great pleasure to announced the following teams, who have been selected to represent Gauteng North at the upcoming WGSA 72 Hole Teams Championship taking place at Plettenberg Bay CC 26 – 29 April 2020.
A Team (in no particular order) –
Larissa du Preez (Captain) Silver Lakes CC
Bronwyn Doeg Pretoria CC
Holly Lau Woodhill CC
– Managed by Joey Prinsloo
B Team (in no particular order) –
Heidi van der Berg Zwartkop CC
Kaylin van der Merwe Wingate Park CC
Hannah Venter Waterkloof GC
– Managed by Thea Nel
Non Traveling reserve – Karin Watts Services GC
We would like to with both the teams the best of luck with their preparations and we know you will do us proud!
It gives us great pleasure to announced the following teams, who will be selected to represent Gauteng North at the upcoming Senior and Super Senior A Section IPT taking place at Stellenbosch CC 21 – 24 April 2020.
Senior Team (in no particular order): –
William Skinner (Captain) Zwartkop CC
Gordon Wessels Wingate Park CC
Pieter Cooper Wingate Park CC
Gerhard Strydom Waterkloof GC
Derik Piek Waterkloof GC
Neil Goosen Zwartkop CC
Corne Basson Zwartkop CC
Leon Scheepers Zwartkop CC
– Managed by Morne Engelbrecht
Super Senior Team (in no particular order):-
Dirk Swanevelder (Captain) Woodhill CC
Adrian Kriel Wingate Park CC
Phillip Viljoen Wingate Park CC
Phillip Bierman Akasia GC
– Managed by Petrus Pieterse
We wish both teams the best of luck for the tournaments and hope you bring the trophies home!
The 2020 GNGU Mid Amateur Open was held at Pretoria Country Club this weekend.
The course was in magnificent condition and proved a true test to all the players. After round 1, 2019 GNGU Premier IPT Captain and winning
Mid Am IPT team member, from Waterkloof Golf Club, Jacques van Tonder held a 2 shot lead over Clive Palm and Etienne Karsten. Jacques kept his cool and with rounds of 69, 68 won the 2020 title by 6 shots ahead of Clive Palm and Travis Fraser.
A huge thank you to Pretoria Country Club’s Committee and members for giving up the course for the day. We also thank management and staff for their hospitality.
For full results CLICK HERE
Wingate Park Country Club was in absolutely magnificent condition and it was great to host the 2020 GNGU Nomads Junior Girls and GNGU Women’s Mid Am and Senior Open there.
Defending her 2019 title, Kiera Floyd once again lifted the Nomads Junior Girls trophy. We are privileged to have Nomads Northerns support the Junior Girls tournament annually – Nomads do incredible work for Junior golf throughout South Africa.
The Mid Am Trophy for 2020 was won by Gina Da Silva from Centurion Country Club. A prize was also awarded to the best Senior, Patricia Swarts from Modderfontein Golf Club.
Both tournaments saw prizes awarded to players in A, B and C Division as well as net prizes. We are hoping to grow this event annually and thank all players for their support.
We also thank Wingate Park CC for their hospitality and their Committee and members for giving up the course to host the event.
For all the tournament results go to www.gngu.co.za/draws/ and click on the name of the relevant tournament to download the results
We recently sent out a note to the Handicap and Senior Scratch League Co-ordinators stating that temporarily league players must enter a No Return for league fixtures into the handicap system due to some queries raised with regard to capturing scores for match-play into HNA. We have subsequently received feedback from GolfRSA and can confirm the following: CLICK HERE for Memo
The 2020 GNGU Open was held at Centurion Country Club from 24 – 26 January. Even with some rain and very wet conditions on the first 2 days, the players seemed to enjoy the course and after 36 holes, 67 players made the cut, with Casey Jarvis leading by 2 shots.
Round 3 saw Jarvis have a second bogey free round and extend his lead by another shot going into the final 18. But in between the excitement of 2 hole in one’s during the tournament (Andrew Inggs and Ernie Els & Fancourt Foundation’s Letsoso Letsai), as well as an albatross by Ernie Els & Fancourt Foundation member, Siyanda Mwandla, Casey Jarvis kept his stride and ended up winning the tournament on 259 (-25) a fantastic 8 shots ahead of nearest fellow competitor Ryan van Velzen.
A huge thank you needs to go to Centurion Country Club management and staff for all their hard work on ensuring the course was in great condition, considering the flooding a month ago. Thank you also to the Committee and members for giving up the course and allowing us to host this tournament here.
For full results CLICK HERE