The NetOne classic first leg played at Leopard rock was won by Mark Cayeux, a Zimbabwean professional who also plays in the Sunshine Tour.
Generally, golfers enjoyed a good course but unfortunately most participants felt that the prize money for professionals was far below their expectations.
The Hillside Masters which was played last Sunday was won by the current Zimbabwe top amateur golfer, Scott Vincent.
Ali-Bin Hassim playing off a handicap of 7, scored a hole- in-one on hole number 5 at Norton Country Golf Club during the Bushwhackers monthly golf tournament.
This is a rare feat and the winner is expected to celebrate through buying a round of drinks for all golfers present on the day.
Joe Sithole, from the Zimbabwe Golfers Association (ZGA) clarified the procedures to be followed after a hole-in-one.
He advised that a fresh card has to be neatly rewritten, signed and indicated clearly on which hole the player achieved a hole in one.
The card is submitted to ZGA who will in turn submit to the world sponsors for hole-in one.
A certificate is issued and the players name is recorded in the world’s hole-in-one achievers book.
Police Golf Club are leading the B-League log table with six points ahead of Chapman and are the likely winners of this year’s B-league Trophy.
The log standings are as follows
Country Club 23
Mt Pleasant 9