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Month: April 2009

South African Team Arrives in Swaziland

South African Team Arrives in Swaziland

Marne, Ashleigh and Pam

News from Ashleigh Holmes (Beaut), Pam Hayward (Tannie) and Marne Roos (Boxer) who will play the first round of the Regional All Africa Challenge Trophy at the luxury Inkonyeni Golf Estate near Manzini tomorrow, 1 May 2009.

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Presidents Team no pushover

Calvin Coelho, of Kwazulu Natal, member of the Presidents TeamGone are the early days of amateur golf development when disadvantaged players, who were selected to participate in the South African Golf Association's (SAGA) Presidents Team, in the Challenge Cup Team tournament, were easy prey for opposing teams.

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SA’s World Amateur Team receives colours

SA Protea colours were awarded to the players who represented SA at the World Amateur Teams Championship in 2008 SASCOC's Patience Shikwambana with the team

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van Wyk finishes runner up in the New Zealand Amateur

Nicol van Wyk, New Zealand Amateur Championship FinalistFor the second time in four days, Nicol van Wyk finished runner up. This time he lost to Matt Jager, of Australia, 6 and 5 in today's 36 hole match play final of the New Zealand Amateur Championship at the Titirangi Golf Club in Auckland.

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Nomads SA Girls Championships change venue to Orkney

Orkney Golf Club will once again host the Nomads SA Girls' Championships to be played from 27 to 30 June 2009.

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Changes to Handicap System

The SAGA continuously reviews its handicapping and course rating system. At the National Executive meeting held on 7 March 2009 at Benoni Country Club, detailed discussions took place led by the Handicap and Course Rating Sub Committee. In this discussion stakeholders' recent comments about the system were taken into account. Some salient points and decisions arising out of the meeting are the following:

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SA win Zone VI

Jake Redman recorded the biggest singles win of the South AfricansSouth Africa won the 2009 Zone VI International Amateur Golf Team competition after scoring 6, out of a possible 8 points, from their 8 singles matches played during today's final round at Chapman Golf Club, Harare.

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van Wyk through to New Zealand Amateur Final

Nicol van Wyk, the 24 year old Durbanville Golf Club and Western Province amateur golfer, won both his quarter and semi finals matches today to reach the final of the New Zealand Amateur Championship.

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O’Riley & van Wyk meet in the Quarter Finals

Nicol van Wyk, through to the quarter finals in the New Zealand Amateur ChampionshipBoth Dean O' Riley and Nicol van Wyk successfully negotiated their way through the first two rounds of the New Zealand Amateur Championship, being played at the Titirangi Golf Club in Auckland, to set up an all South African quarter final tomorrow.

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van Wyk finishes Runner Up

Final three ball in the final round of the New Zealand Stroke Play Championship, from the left Bryden Macpherson (AUS), Nicol van Wyk and Scott Arnold (AUS)Nicol van Wyk, 24 year old Western Province amateur golfer, finished runner up, on conclusion of today's final round, in the 72 hole New Zealand Stroke Play Championship played at the Titirangi Golf Club in Auckland.

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