Julia takes out Awhitu’s open day tournament

The major prizewinners for Awhitu golf’s monthly open day tournament from left to right: Andre Rautenbach, Cliff Hobbs, Julia Kuggeleijn and Mike Conroy.

A good number of golfers assembled for Awhitu Golf’s August Open Day tournament. The event was generously sponsored by club members Ernst and Daniela Schwarz.

Julia Kuggeleijn was the major prizewinner of the day taking away the leading lady golfer award with a 72 net score, longest drive and nearest the pin on the tenth, which she converted into the only two of the day and claimed all of the golf balls in the prize pool.
Mike Conroy, with a 67 nett score, and Cliff Hobbs with a 64 net, were the leading players in division one and two respectively.
Andre Rautenbach continued to lead the gross score category at these events with a solid 75. Glenn Harper, as well as taking the longest drive title, was the leading stableford scorer in division one with 37 points, with Waiuku golfer Cam Fleming taking out the division two stableford prize with 39 points.
The next Open Day is on Sunday 24 September.
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