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Month: November 2007

South Africa Finish 5th

Johannesburg South Africans Tyrone Ferreira, 70, and Louis de Jager, 74, recorded a final round of 144, two over par, to finish 5th on 583, fifteen over par, in the International Team Competition of the 36th annual Copa Juan Carlos Tailhade. The amateur 72 hole golf tournament was played at the Los Lagartos Country Club…
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South Africa Drop Back

Johannesburg The South African team of Tyrone Ferreira and Louis de Jager dropped three positions to 10th place at the end of the second round of international team competition in the 36th annual Copa Juan Carlos Tailhade Amateur Stroke Play tournament taking place at the Los Lagartos Country Club in Buenos Aires. The Australian team…
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Australia Set The Pace

Johannesburg Rohan Blizard, of Australia, set a course record equaling 63, eight under par, in the first round of the Copa Juan Carlos Tailhade Amateur Stroke Play tournament taking place at the Los Lagartos Country Club in Buenos Aires. Leading the international team competition, two players from the same country to a team, is the…
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De Jager and Ferreira Tee up for South Africa

Johannesburg Louis de Jager and Tyrone Ferreira will represent South Africa in the 72 hole Copa Juan Carlos Talihade amateur stroke play tournament, starting today at the Los Largartos Country Club, Buenos Aires, Argentina. This annual tournament has attracted entries from 16 international teams, including defending champions England. De Jager, the Sanlam South African Amateur…
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South Africa Lose to New Zealand

South Africa went down 2.5 points to 3.5 points against New Zealand in the opening round of the 2007 Southern Cross Cup, a biennial amateur golf competition played between four countries, the others being Argentina and Australia. The event is being staged at the Martindale Country Club situated approximately 55 kms outside Buenos Aires. Four…
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England and Korea Win

England won the mens international and the mens better ball medal competitions at Spirit International, played at Whispering Pines Golf Club just outside Trinity some 130 kms north of Houston, Texas. Korea triumphed in the womens better ball medal competition. The 72 hole stroke play competition, that attracts entries from 24 countries, encompasses a number…
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South Africa Wins Comfortably

South Africa won the 4th African Amateur Golf Team Championships comfortably, by 28 shots yesterday. The biennial event, played over 72 holes, was staged over two days at th e Rossmund Golf Club outside Swakopmund in Namibia. 13 African countries participated in the event, four more than in the event last held in Uganda two…
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