The second CMASA Africa Inter Club Challenge at Fancourt was another resounding success.

Congratulations to the winning team of Rob Moodie and Phillip Wolk from East London Golf Club who were victorious on overall points of 146. Their prize is an all-expenses paid entry for them to defend their title next year, valued at R24 000.

The purpose of this event is to promote CMASA as the representative body for all sports and recreational clubs in Southern. CMASA offers members access to information on international and local best practice material relating to the management of their clubs as well as seen as the preferred partner in education, training, resources and recruitment solutions for the club industry.

Today's club manager may be expected to manage a complex and sometimes large property of several hectares; maintain multiple buildings and facilities; provide sports and leisure services for members and visitors; manage a team of employees and contractors; promote the business to the local, regional, national and in many cases international communities and of course manage the club's finances efficiently and prudently

The event is open to general club members, to educate them on the services and benefits that we provide to the club industry, and to network and interact with members from other clubs, by means of an annual golf event.

Grateful appreciation is expressed to our main sponsors; SAB (Stella Artois) and Louis57 Wines for quenching the players constant thirst. THANK YOU for assisting us in creating and delivering this memorable event.

A select group of 20 teams from across South Africa participated this year and they were:

Glendower Golf Club  

3 teams

Durban Country Club     

6 teams

Somerset West Golf Club     

1 team

Bryanston Country Club 

2 teams

Randpark Golf Club 

1 team

Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club

2 teams

East London Golf Club 

3 teams

Umhlali Country Club  

1 team
CMASA - one team to make up the numbers and provide tournament administration.

The teams played a betterball stableford competition on Day-1 on Outeniqua, combined betterball stableford on Day-2 on Montague and final day was betterball stableford on The Links.

Grateful thanks are extended to the Fancourt management team for their generous sponsorship of the first prize (all expenses paid entry into next year’s event) and lucky draw prizes.

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Below are the daily and overall results from the challenge;

Day 1
1st Place Sean-Drummond Hay - Durban CC 43 pts
Walter Luyt - Durban CC
2nd Place Markus Fritz - Durban CC

42 pts

Neresh Maganlal - Durban CC

Day 2
1st Place Mitchell-Hall Haikney - Randpark 57 pts c/o
Connor Foley - Randpark
2nd Place Dave Orchard - Durban CC

57 pts c/o

Jaco van der Merwe - Durban CC

Day 3
1st Place Barry Steen - Glendower GC 43 pts
Walter Angelucci - Glendower GC
2nd Place Paul Wilson - Somerset West GC

42 pts

Graham Paine - Somerset West GC

Overall Tournament
1st Place Rob Moodie - East London GC 146 pts
Phillip Wolk - East London GC
2nd Place Derick Reinke - Umhlali CC 145 pts
Anthony de Agrela - Umhlali CC
3rd Place Kenny Munsamy - Royal J&K GC 137 pts
Prabashen Govender - Royal J&K GC
4th Place Craig Allan - Durban CC 136 pts c/o
Andre Cornelius - Durban CC

5th Place

Clinton Heap - Durban CC

136 pts c/o

Paul Conlon - Durban CC

We would also like to thank the below CMASA Member Clubs for sponsoring complimentary fourballs as an addition to the great prizes;

  • Glendower Golf Club
  • Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club
  • Bryanston Country Club
  • East London Golf Club
  • Umhlali Country Club
  • Durban Country Club
  • Paarl Golf Club
  • Elements Private Golf Reserve
  • Steenberg Golf Club
  • George Golf Club

Special thanks to Royal JHB & Kensington GC for sponsoring 4 x golden circle tickets to Lauryn Hill, as a lucky draw prize.

This was an outstanding challenge and not one to be missed!

We look forward to welcoming new participants for next year’s CMASA Africa Inter Club Challenge.