There’s excitement in the air ahead of this weekend’s Sheppie Beekman Classic.
A full field will tee it up in the annual competition on Saturday, with friends and family set to join in on the festivities, which will start on Friday evening after the morning’s Business Day Bowls Challenge, which will also be sponsored by The Beekman Group.
The club will celebrate its 103rd birthday with a “Wild Hogs” biker-themed party after the golf classic on Saturday night, where The Tequila Twins will be providing the soundtrack.
Food tickets cost R100 per person. Contact Port Shepstone Country Club on 039 695 0141 for bookings.
Ahead of the big weekend, Jimmy Parsons, Rob Piers and Charles and Jenny Hulley (pictured) emerged as the winners of the Passport 4 Golf Business Day on 89 points.
The team of Rob Calder, Jacky van Heerden and Ewald and Juliana Ziervogel placed second on 87 after counting out Koko Zithumane, Ndumi Ncemane, Abe Sidumo and Ronnie Mtshaka.
Charles Hulley and Terry Kotze, meanwhile, won the most recent betterball stableford competition on 47 points. Bryan Lind and Hendrik Janse van Rensburg were second on 45 and Tony Fairbairn and John Beekman third on 44.