It was a full field of 100 golfers putting in support of South Coast Hospice and the special work they do in the community.
Golfers who have witnessed the care and service given to loved ones during their painful time of illness eagerly expressed their gratitude through generous donations and support.
“Port Shepstone Country Club is our home away from home,” said Diane van Dyk, CEO of South Coast Hospice, as she recognised the club for their support over many years.
Van Dyk thanked the golfers for their ongoing kindness and generosity towards enabling South Coast Hospice to continue rendering caring and compassionate service.
“Everything you do matters. Everything you do goes towards patient care,” said van Dyk.
Preggie Perumal (chairperson) and Kevin Govender (treasurer) donated R5000 on behalf of Pro-Vision to South Coast Hospice.
“I don’t think there is a more deserving organisation on the coast in terms of care, than South Coast Hospice,” said Port Shepstone Country Club golf captain Santosh Baskali in appreciation of the service given to a member of his family.
The hamper sponsored by Vic’s Enterprises went to Christo van Vuuren, while visiting golfers from Pretoria Palooka Classic won the Goodwill Ambassador Award for Highest Contribution floating trophy, giving them bragging rights for a year.
1st: Bevis Fairbrother and Jimmy Parsons 46 points
2nd: Christo van Vuuren and Gavin van Wyk 43 points
3rd: Gerald Kock and James Coull o.c.o
4th: Raj Naidoo and Sanjay Singh 43 points o.c.o
5th: Justin Naidoo and Preggie Perumal 42 points
Birdie on the 18th (men): James Coull and Justin Pillay
2 club on a par 3 (ladies): Yzelle Greyling
Photos by Joy Moodley