Travis Procter (Durbanville) returned to the winner’s circle with an empathic victory.

Overcast skies and light rain dominated the morning session with glimpses of sunshine.

Course conditions were wet, muddy, and slippery underfoot, with greens running slower than usual.

Cooper (Clovelly), the PAT champion for 2022, has regained his form following some swing modifications that have proven to be successful over the past two weeks. His resurgence has seen him reclaim the top position in the PAT order of merit after a runner-up position.

There were no blemishes on his scorecard until he reached the challenging 18th hole, which was one of the most difficult of the day. Cooper birdied holes 2, 6, 7, 8, 11 and 14.

The weather forecast for the afternoon was spot on when the heavens opened up late in the afternoon. The second round was cancelled due to waterlogged greens.

Procter accepted the challenge from the start and posted the lowest round of the day with teammate Matthew.

It is noteworthy that the Durbanville champion lifted the trophy following a count-in ruling following seven birdies on holes 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 13, 14, offset by two bogeys on holes 3 & 18.

David Thompson (Clovelly) clinched the Mid-Amateur Section with a steady round of 70 (-2). It was a second consecutive win for Thompson. The round included two eagles (holes 2 & 11), two birdies, four bogeys, and the remainder were all pars.

The Durbanville native, Jordan Rothman, showed no signs of jet lag when she outwitted and outplayed her female opponents, putting together a well-deserved victory. Rothman shot 74.

Click here to view the final results. Golf Tournaments & Results | Western Province Golf Union

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