Golfers from across Africa converged on Margate to celebrate Southern KwaZulu-Natal Nomads’ 30th anniversary at the weekend.
The festivities kicked off with a function at Margate Sports School on Saturday night which hosted 220 Nomads and their wives.
The event was given an African Theme and the hall and tables were decorated accordingly.
A three-course meal was provided and various entertainment events were organised.
The evening was formalised by Nomads national chairman Greg Clack, who was the guest speaker, and went off exceptionally well.
On Sunday, a field of 207 golfers from Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Botswana, Gauteng, Mpumulanga, Western Province, Eastern Province, Free State and KwaZulu-Natal took to the fairways at Margate Country Club.
Southern KwaZulu-Natal Nomads ruled the roost in the A Division where Simon Lee took the spoils on 39 points and Dave Stevens was the runner-up on 36 points.
Anthony Scribante (Easterns) counted out Neville Blum (Lowveld) to win the B Division, while Southern KwaZulu-Natal’s Doug Milne won the C Division on 36 points after edging Ron Sinclair (Easterns) by one point.