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Latest Game - ROYAL CAPE GC - 17 MAY 2018

Latest Game - ROYAL CAPE GC - 17 MAY 2018

The Captain's Report


We were blessed with incredible weather for our monthly game at Royal Cape GC. It was great to be back at the course that saw us lift the Bert Hunt trophy as winners of our national tournament earlier this year.

I had the pleasure of playing with a true legend of WP Nomads, George Bowes, who received his 45-year tie, and the gentleman who proposed him all those years ago, Past National Chairman Mervyn Minnaar. We were joined by the captain of Royal Cape, Ken Aitken. It was an absolute honour to be part of this incredible fourball in my first outing as captain.

The golf course was in magnificent condition and thanks must go to Cassie Viljoen and his team for preparing and setting up the course. It truly was a great day and a very memorable occasion.

I had the special privilege of inducting no less than seven new Nomads. It really was a special occasion for me and one that I won’t forget. Welcome to all of the inductees - we wish you well in your Nomadic journey. We are blessed to have so many new players lining up to join our magnificent club.

I was extremely honoured to present George Bowes with his 45-year tie. What an incredible achievement. George is a past-captain of WP Nomads and a true stalwart. I look forward to many more games together.

Thanks again to everyone for a wonderful outing and especially to our ladies, Lisa Pappin and Pauline Heath.

Our next game is at Atlantic Beach on 21 June 2018. I look forward to seeing you there.

Ed Jearey

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