Seartec hosts the Cape Town Tens Sharp International Team

Seartec golf challenge

Wednesday the 4th of February saw the inaugural golf challenge between the “Beer Guzzlers” and the “Teetotalers” hosted by Seartec. The teams comprised of International rugby legends, crickets legends and friends of Seartec. This event was held just before the Cape Town Tens tournament, an event where the Sharp International Team were set to dominate the Veterans category. A light shower greeted the players upon arrival but sunshine soon followed, the players were divided up into their teams and the friendly chat soon became competitive banter. Justin Kemp’s tee shot set the tone, landing on the adjacent fairway, from there on in high fives and cheers could be heard from all around the course.

The Beer Guzzlers ended up being 4-2 victors on the day. Darren Cooke, captain of the winning team could be seen grinning from ear to ear till late into the evening. The highlight of the day was without a doubt the camaraderie between old friends and legends of the sporting world.

Cricket legends facing a golf challenge

The SHARP International Team manager Doug Worth (left) takes the time out from strategic planning to pose with ex South African Cricket captain Graeme Smith (centre) and All Rounder Jacques Kallis.

A competitive four ball, ready to fight for the win

The extremely experienced team of Ex England International Former England rugby player Chris Sheasby and BWW Finance’s Terry Preyser in green went down to the evergreen Charl Blom and Jambles Charton.

Another team ready to face off in this golf challenge hosted by Seartec

Arguably Rugby’s greatest ever fullback Christian Cullen and Seartec CEO Mark McChlery made light work of ex South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis and ex Springbok centre Robbie Fleck.

Seartec golf challenge at its absolute best

Jacques Kallis deep in thought as he takes time out to study his next putt, at this late stage of the round, the Beer Guzzlers’ pairing of Christian Cullen and Mark McChlery were starting to open up a rather considerable lead.