Hankey players dominate on 2nd day of Calamari Classic Golf – photo gallery

The second day of the Calamari Classic at the St Francis Bay Golf course was punctuated with wind and dampness, but the golfers drove on and the camaraderie and great spirit was still very much alive at prize giving.

Wimpie Rautenbach from Hankey Golf Club, was the winner of Day 2 of the Calamari Classic Golf at St Francis Bay Golf Club today with 40 pts. He is seen here with Andre from South African Breweries – the main sponsor today.

Wimpie Rautenbach and his team mates, Jaco Bothma, plus Martin and Arno Ferriera, won the team competition with 109 pts. 

The winner of the day was Wimpie Rautenbach from Hankey with 40 pts. He and hs team mates, Jaco Bothma, plus Martin and Arno Ferriera also took the winning team of the day slot with 109 pts.

Runner up to Wimpie was Jacques Colanani from Humewood with 38, pts. Jacques came first yesterday with 41 pts.
Sponsor for the day was South African Breweries that was promoting its Castle Lite brand of beer.

Heather Rabie won a prize for 12th place today.

Dave Kettlewell won a prize for 11th place. He is seen here with Andre from SAB

Norman Pretorius won a prize for being placed 7th today. He is seen here with Andre from SAB

Dave Callaghan won a lucky draw prize

Golfers relaxing and having fun at prize giving

The great oganisation by all the St Francis Bay Golf Club staff and condition of the course was again praised today. After supper, St Francis Bay’s popular muso, Johan, wowed the crowd with hs singing and had the crowd dancing and siging along.

See article on Day 1 of the the Calamari Classic Golf:


Other placings today were: 3rd: Andy Baker with 38 pts; 4th was Louis de Villliers with 37 and 5th was Jaco bothma with 37.
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