Port Shepstone Country Club celebrated Heritage Day with a festive golfing feast.
Over 100 players teed it up in the morning competition before over 40 players participated in the Wozani Fun Dash in the afternoon.
A great, fun day was had by all and the weather was superb.
Cecelia Verster and Barbara Rousseau won the morning competition on 50 points, with Rob Vogt and Barry van der Veen finishing second on 48 and Mark Smith and George Bowie third on 47.
Winning the Wozani Fun Dash were Kim Strauss, Chris, Conner and David Small.
“Thank you to everyone who supported our Heritage Day event,” said Sandy Danckwerts, the club’s advertising, media and marketing co-ordinator.
“We had some visitors from Bloemfontein playing golf as well as so much support from our regular members and other golf players.
“Events like these can never be so successful without the participants who join in and also our loyal sponsors who help us in every way possible to get our event off the ground.
“Thank you to our wonderful ladies golf committee and ladies golf captain Jenny Hulley who worked hard in putting this heritage fun day together.
“Thanks also go to Eddie Ringo, our men’s golf captain, for his assistance towards the day and to Howard, Wynona and Nadine Crouch and Armand Wessels as well for all their organising that went into the Wozani Fun Dash. Once again and always a big thank you to Wozani Berg Gasoline for their support and sponsorship with the prizes.
“Thanks to our Pro Shop and club staff who do so much behind the scenes in ensuring that a day like this is successful. Thanks to our music maestro DJ STOPPY too for assisting and playing some music for us at such short notice…the tunes were great.
“A very big thank you to all our sponsors of the day and a special mention and thank you to those who manned tees and provided the necessary and most welcome refreshments: Umthunzi Hotel & Conference on the 1st, Halfway Ford on the 10th, Halfway Toyota on the 14th, Comfort Cool Airconditioning on the 15th and the Lions Club/Curnow KZN on the 17th.”