2014 IMSSA President’s Cup

May 13th, 2014, Published in Articles: PositionIT

 

The Institute of Mine Surveyors of South Africa (IMSSA) President’s Cup Golf Day 2014 was held on 11 April 2014 at the Randfontein Golf and Country Club. The weather on the day was perfect and the event was well attended with a field of 91 golfers. The format for the golf day was individual IPS Stableford with a shotgun start.

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AAM, Aciel Geomatics, Afgen, CSS Precise GeoSystems, Optron and VI Instruments supported the IMSSA President’s Cup 2014 by contributing to the prizes and providing much welcome support at the watering holes. Prizes up for grabs on the day included 1st to 4th place; nearest to the pin on holes 5, 7, 15 and 17; nearest the pin in two shots on hole 4; longest drive on hole 18; straightest drive on hole 1; an eagle on hole 11; and a hole-in-one on hole 17. The results for the day are outlined in the table below.

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IMSSA President Nape Mojapelo (right) with 1st place winner T. Nkomo (left).

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After a day of fun in the sun, the prize giving ceremony was held back at the club house where the players were treated to refreshments and a buffet lunch. A watch donated by Autobuild Africa was also auctioned off during the lunch.

IMSSA President Nape Mojapelo handed out the prizes to the golf day winners as outlined in the results table. Prizes were also awarded to the best female golfers as follows: Amanda Mojapelo, 1st; Lizelle Espach, 2nd; Nolwazi Africa, 3rd; Phindi Mlandu, 4th; and Thabitha Machaba, 5th. In closing, the president thanked the players and sponsors for supporting the golf day and for helping to make it a success.

More photos from the IMSSA President’s Cup Golf Day can be viewed in the photo gallery:  Click here

Contact Veruska Bates, IMSSA, Tel 011 498-7682, imssa@vodamail.co.za

 

 

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