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Month: November 2008

SA lying 4th after rain delayed second round

Derik FerreiraThe South African amateur golf team, of Derik Ferreira and Adrian Ford, edged up the team leaderboard, to 4th place, tied with the Netherlands, after the conclusion of the rain delayed second round in the Juan Carlos Tailhade Cup being played at Los Lagartos Country Club, outside Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Friday’s play called off after heavy rain

Los Lagartos Country Club water logged after morning rainThere was no play on Friday, in the Juan Carlos Tailhade Cup, due to heavy rainfall over the Los Lagartos Country Club, situated outside Buenos Aires in Argentina.

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SA two shots off the pace after the first round

Spainish leaders, from the left, Sarasti and ArrayaThe South African amateur golf team pairing of Derik Ferreira and Adrian Ford, finished yesterday's first round of the Juan Carols Tailhade Cup team competition two shots off the pace. Both players recorded rounds of 73, two over par, to record a team score of 146, four over par.

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Ford and Ferreira tee up for South Africa

From the left, Adrian Ford and Derik FerreiraDerik Ferreira (Gauteng North) and Adrian Ford (Western Province) will tee up for South Africa in the international amateur team event, known as the Juan Carlos Tailhade Cup, which starts tomorrow (Thursday) at the Los Lagartos Country Club, outside Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Ferreira follows in brother’s footsteps

It is not often that two brothers win golf tournaments within a calendar year but 2008 has seen both Tyrone Ferreira and now Stephen Ferreira lifting trophies albeit Tyrone's win was on the Sunshine Tour and Stephen's was in the Central Gauteng Open over the weekend.

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Davidse lost to amateur golf

Keenan Davidse, 19 year old Stellenbosch Golf Club member, one of South Africa's most talented amateur golfers, said he will be turning professional later next month.

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Blaauw loses exemption into SA Open

The Glacier SA Amateur and SA Stroke Play Champion, Jacques Blaauw, has lost his exemption into the prestigious South African Open Championship being played at Pearl Valley Golf Estates from 18 to 21 December, announced the South African Golf Association (‘SAGA') today.

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Kyle Scott becomes an All American as his college wins Nationals

Several West Florida players earned national awards to finish out the 2008 National Championship season. On the strength of five consecutive tournament team victories, the Argos captured some top honors as a result of the impressive season. Both Kyle Scott of South Africa and Tobias Rosendahl were awarded First Team GCAA Division II Ping All-American honors, with Matthew Galloway earning Second Team All-American honors.

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