Westville Boys’ High School recently held their annual Golf Strokeplay Championships at Kloof Country Club.

The day boasted a field of 35 golfers who battled it out in extremely hot conditions in order to eventually crown the WBHS 2020 Golf champion.

Winning the A Division was WBHS top ranked Golfer and team captain Jack Cubitt (pictured below) who defeated Grade 9 Golfer Keagan Horner in an exciting sudden-death playoff after they both signed for a Gross 74.

The B Division winner was Grade 8, Blake Sutherland on 41 Individual Stableford points.

“Golf over the past eight years at WBHS has been fortunate to have had a South African representative every year.  We look forward to monitoring the progress of Mitchell Hampson and Jack Cubitt in their future golf careers as they will both be studying at USA colleges in 2021.  We wish them and all our outgoing matric golfers well,” said MIC of Golf, Pam Hayward.

WBHS would also like to thank Warren Demmer and John Dory’s for sponsoring the golfers playing kit.

WBHS would also like to thank Warren Demmer and John Dory’s for sponsoring the golfers playing kit.

Headmaster Mr Graham Steele handing over the award to Westville boys high Strokeplay champion Jack Cubitt

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