North West Province Golf Union
NOMADS IMPERIAL AUTO / MFC NORTHERN PROVINCES JUNIOR INTERPROVINCIAL
the Nomads Imperial Auto / MFC Northern Provinces Junior Interprovincial is being played at Orkney Golf Club in the North West Province.
For results of the tournament click here.
NW News 6
NORTH WEST GOLF TEAMS
The following events are planned in the North West Golf Programme over the the next couple of weeks:
20 July Rustenburg Winter Classic
27 July North West Mid-AmateurOpen (Orkney)
27 July Klerksdorp Junior Open
3 August Seasons (Brits) Junior Open
10 August North West Foursomes Open (Pecanwood)
NW news 5
POTCHEFSTROOM COUNTRY CLUBS WINS SCRATCH LEAGUE!
Potchefstroom Country Club again won the North West Scratch League in 2014. The season were very competative with Klerksdorp Golf Club as well as Potchefstroom Country Club B team finishing on the same point. Only game point made the difference between the teams. Potchefstroom will now defend their tittle at the Northern Provinces Scratch League finals to be played at Modderfontein Golf Club during July. The NWGU Executive wishes all of the best.
The Potchefstroom Country Club team that won the league are: (fltr) Back row: Coenie Schoonhoven (NWGU), Martin Botha (Capt), Albert Britz, Riaan Swart, Ruaan Prigge, Aubrey Beckley.
Front: Louis Botha, Francois Kruger, Christo Peens. The Manager, Mr Hannes Botha is absent.
Nw News 4
NORTH WEST GOLF RESULTS
The North West County District Golf team narrowly missed out in their defence of the S.A County District title after successfully beating Mpumalanga 9-3, Free State 9½-2½, and Ekhureleni 6½-5½.They were narrowly pipped at the post by eventual winners Boland 5½-6½ Eduard Van Den Berg (Klerksdorp) was the only player who was unbeaten in all 8 matches for the week.
Rustenburg Golf Club defeated Potchefstroom in the final of the handicap league. The Leopard Park Junior Open was won by Andre Van Dyk (Orkney) followed by Phillip Niemand (Potchefstroom)
NW News 3
The North West U/23 and Senior teams returned from their respective inter-provincials maintaining their A division status after being promoted last year when winning the B division. Participating against the larger provinces was tough, but avoiding relegation was a goal accomplished. The Super Senior team fought fiercely but was relegated.
The North West Count District team, who are the A division defending championships, leave to Fish River to participate in the IPT from 10-17 May. The team includes Hugo Malan, Eduard Van den Bergh, Aldré Terblanche, Martin Walsh (all Klerksdorp), Albert Britz, Francois Kruger (both Potchefstroom), Eben Zietsman (Lichtenburg) and Gary Church (Rustenburg) with team manager Leon Bevan.
The Betterball league finals are to take place soon between Rustenburg and Potchefstroom whilst the North West Mid-Amateur Open (over 35’s) is booked for 27 July at Orkney.