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2010 Gauteng Golf Tournament

Thirty-three competitors assembled last Saturday on a grey drizzly morning. The rain was never bad enough however to stop play and all the planned matches were finished. In total contrast Sunday was a beautiful Highveld autumn day and it was pleasing to see all four lawns crowded with players.

With one more day to go, the results are beginning to take shape. In the Open Singles, Alfred Makhobo caused an upset by beating his coach and mentor, Victor Dladla, 7-6 and looks set to win his block. Victor still has a good chance of making the semi-finals as the best loser. Mike Corcoran is through and Meshack Mazibuko is also progressing well.

Alfred has also made the Lower Handicap Singles final while on the other side of the draw, Chris Wakeham is progressing well.

Anne Weiss, Henry Watermeyer and Christine Wakeham have made the Higher Handicap Singles semi-finals, but the best loser place is undecided.

Some of the Open and Handicap Doubles games are still to be played on Saturday, 8 May before the finals.  

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