Marile Van Zyl was one of the big winners in the Stuart Lake Golf Club icebreaker tournament.

Icebreaker golf tournament

There were around 40 golfers out on the greens of the Stuart Lake Golf Club for the Icebreaker Tournament recently.

There were around 40 golfers out on the greens of the Stuart Lake Golf Club for the Icebreaker Tournament recently.

The event included prizes for everything from the shortest putt to longest drive to closest to the pin and low net scores.

Teams of four played for low net, using best ball, and Pieter Van Zyl, Marile Van Zyl, Anthon Meyer and Lydia Meyer were the big winners overall.

The ladies longest drive was also won by Marile Van Zyl and the men’s longest drive was by her father Anthon Meyer.

The tournament play was followed with a steak dinner at the club house.

“A good time was had by all,” said Dave Burgess, golf club manager.


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