Month: February 2009
Women's Golf President Erica Lefson this week announced the opportunities for international travel by South African amateur golfers during 2009.
It could be argued that the heavens smiled upon the South African amateur golf team who, after a one and half hour rain delay, managed to overcome a resilient young French team at the end of the second and final day of the eight man test match played at Euphoria Golf Estate, Waterberg, today (Thursday).
The International Team competition being played as the same time as the 36 hole Qualifying Round, of the Glacier South African Amateur Championship, could turn out to be a closely fought affair.
The South African team of eight amateur golfers enjoyed their last practice round at Euphoria Golf Estate, in the Waterberg, today in preparation for the test match against France. This will be the venue for two day test match starting tomorrow (Wednesday).
Click here to see the equipment breakdown from the SA Amateur Stroke Play Championship played at Pearl Valley Golf Estates bewteen the 10-13 February 2009.
Young Bertine Strauss was awarded Women's Golf South Africa's Player of the Year at the prestigious Compleat Golfer Awards dinner held at Vodaworld, Midrand on 19 February 2009. At the same ceremony, a special award was presented to Vivian Horak who served Womens Golf for 11 years subsequent to serving her Province on their Executive and as President.