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SA AMATEUR QUALIFIER                                      NOMADS CGGU U23 OPEN

RESULTS                                                                                              ENTRY FORM

Central Gauteng Golf Union

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Gerlou Roux takes CGGU Mid Amateur Open 2015 Title

Gerlou Roux Trophy

Gerlou Roux won this year’s 2015 Mid Amateur Open Stroke Play event held at the beautiful Ruimsig Country Club this Sunday, 11 January 2015.

With a field of 96 players, the competition was strong, but the 2012 winner managed to shoot a consistent 69 and 69 to finish on 138 and once again take the title.

In second place was Elton James on 140, followed by Gerhard Scheepers and Gareth Clements on 142. Gareth was our top CGGU player and took the closed trophy.

Local Ruimsig player, Johan Nel finished in fifth place with a score of 143.


For final results CLICK HERE

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Central Gauteng A win International Teams


CGGU A Team won this year's International Teams Champs which is held annually at Maccauvlei Golf Club. Unfortunately due to inclement weather, the tournament had to be reduced to 36 holes. CGGU finished on a total of 413 and managed to pip Ekuhurleni A by 1 shot. This year saw an entry of 21 teams consisting of 4 players each.

The Individual title was shared by Gareth Clements of CCJ, Matthew Spacey of Dainfern and Tristen Strydom of Serengeti who all finished on -8 for the two rounds.

A big thank you to the Pro Shop who contributed towards the prizes for the event and to Maccauvlei Golf Club for hosting the event. CGGU would also like to thank all participating Unions and organizations for supporting the event.

Pictured here - from left: Marco Steyn, Michael Dixon, Matthew Spacey and Darin De Smidt

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Strydom wins 2014 Harry Oppenheimer Trophy
Tristen Strydom

Tristen Strydom, from Ekurhuleni,was consistent in this week's Harry Oppenheimer trophy being under par in all 4 rounds with scores of 68, 69, 71, 71 to finish on a total score of 279 for the 72 holes to win the Harry Oppenheimer trophy. This event is held annually at the magnificent Maccauvlei Golf Club and dates back to 1959.

The joint runners up were Western Province's Luke Trocado and Ekurhuleni's Stefan Cronje both on 280. Stefan also won the Vaal Amateur Trophy which is the lowest total after 36 holes and is played concurrently with the Harry Oppenheimer Trophy.

Darin De Smidt was the top Central Gauteng player finishing in 5th place on 282.

CLICK HERE for the final results sheet

Pictured here is Tristen Strydom with the trophy

Matt Spacey wins CGGU Open and Closed title

Matthew SpaceyDainfern golfer Matthew Spacey won the Central Gauteng Open and Closed event at The Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club, East Course. Matthew who was part of the victorious CGGU IPT side at Westlake, fired a flawless 65 in the final round to edge fellow CGGU player Ludovic Bax and a further shot ahead of IPT team mate Marco Steyn.

Matthew finished the event on 9 under par and follows up a recent win at the IGT event at Wanderers.

Pictured here is Matthew Spacey with the CGGU Open and Closed trophies

CGGU would like to thank Royal Johannebsurg and Kensington Golf Club staff and participants for taking part.

For results click HERE

Eagle Canyon win 2014 Nomads CGGU Junior Interclub

Nomads Winners 2014

The annual Nomads CGGU Junior Interclub was once again hosted at Modderfontein golf club, who have retained the trophy for the past four years, this year saw a new winner in the form of Eagle Canyon. This event which uses the unique Nomads scoring system of playing Individual Stableford off scratch and then adding your handicap on afterwards uses the best six of the teams eight scores to count.

Eagle Canyon this year won the event with only six players entered, which must be the first time in the events 23 year history that this has happened.

Pictured here is part of the winning Eagle Cannyon team.

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