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Thabo Shingange who playe the longest drive at number 1.

Club challenge draws many entries


73 enthusiastic golfers who entered Polo­kwane Golf Club’s individual Stableford challenge on Saturday were not in te least perturbed by the loud noise coming from activities hosted by the South African Defence Force at the Polokwane Cricket.
Willie Opperman emerged as the winner after completing the challenge with 41 points. He was followed by Harshad Mistry also with 41 points. Anton van Vuuren made the jackpot lucky draw at holes two, three, 15 and 16 but none of the golfers managed to win 1 300 units payable on the day.
Last Wednesday’s golfing competition saw Nelson Marais taking the lead with 41 points, followed by Piet Fourie with 39 points while Liano Viviers settled for the third spot with 38.
George Mawere claimed the prize for playing the longest drive at number seven, Thabo Shingange played the longest drive at number one and Eddie Baloyi nearest to pin 11.

Story and photos: ENDY SENYATSI

Peter Masehela takes careful aims to sink the ball.

Adam Milanzi celebrates while watching his ball move closer to the hole.