TODD ​​Parker and Celonika Robinson were the main winners of the Golf Club Championship held by the Windhoek Golf & Country Club last weekend.

The competition consisted of 18 holes on Saturday and another 18 on Sunday, with Parker winning the men’s class with an overall gross score of 142, while Sesilia Nkoshi had the best net score of 132.

In the men’s A division, Charles Lohmann had the highest gross score of 157, while Paul Adkins had the highest net score of 142.

Sakeus Matheus had the highest gross score of 167 in the men’s B division, while Lukas Hamata had the highest net score of 139, and in the men’s C division, Lee Haraseb had the highest gross score of 186, while Dewald Coetzee had the best nett score of 145.

Robinson won the women’s category with a top gross score of 194, while Jolene van Schoor had the top net score of 162.

Quade Beukes had the highest gross score for juniors with a total of 211.

Closest pin prizes sponsored by Borris Erasmus and Fanie Oosthuizen were also on offer with Rochel Celliers winning on the 9th hole and Lee Haraseb on the 13th hole on Saturday; and Wessel Louw (3rd hole), Laban Malule (9th hole), Toady Gurirab (13th hole) and Corneels Jafta (17th hole) on Sunday.

A prize worth N$1,000 for golf lessons sponsored by Joe Nawanga was awarded to Jolene van Schoor for playing the most golf.

All of the division’s gross winners also won season tickets for 2023.

A total of 44 players took part in the competition.

The club will host the Jack Daniels Gold Cup over two days this weekend.