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Month: July 2009

Claassen grabs 36 hole lead after a fine 64

JG Claassen. leads in Canada after two roundsA blistering seven under par 64 ensured that 18 year old JG Claassen moved to the top of the leaderboard, with a 36 hole total of 137, five under par, after the second of the Barrett Amateur Championship, which is taking place in New Brunswick, Canada.

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Tanya Tibshraeny wins Hemingways EC and Border Champs

Tanya Tibshraeny wins Hemingways EC and Border Champs

Border players on their way to Port Alfred

Kirkwood Golf Club's Tanya Tibshraeny won the EC and Border Championships played at Port Alfred Golf Club this week on 154 (78, 76) one stroke ahead of Yolanda Duma on 155.

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Frittelli and Knoll share first round lead

Leon Knoll shares the lead using borrowed clubsDefending champion Dylan Frittelli and fellow South African Leon Knoll share the first round lead in the 72 hole stroke play Barrett Amateur Championship with scores of 69, two under par.

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Ambition Argentina 2010 kicks off at KeNako

Ambition Argentina 2010 kicks off at KeNako

Bertine, Henriette, Kim and Marne

The launch of the KeNako Golf Academy in George offered the SA Women's Squad a great opportunity to prepare for a successful WATC in Argentina next year. Nine players attended their first training camp at the Academy this week and were able to engage with high quality professionals in each of the three essential disciplines - physical fitness, mental strength and technical skills - all under one roof.

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SAGA appoints Albatros to manage amateur handicaps in 2010

SAGA appoints Albatros to manage amateur handicaps in 2010

Enver Hassen and Erica Lefson announced the awarding of the Central Handicap Server to Albatros

The South African Golf Association (SAGA) and Women's Golf South Africa (WGSA) has awarded Albatros Golf Solutions (Albatros) the Central Handicap Server tender, it was announced yesterday.

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SAGA awards Albatros Handicap Tender

The South African Golf Association (SAGA) and Women's Golf South Africa (WGSA) has awarded Albatros Golf Solutions (Albatros) the Central Handicap Server tender, it was announced today.

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Laidback Kim wins Gauteng Nomads

Laidback Kim wins Gauteng Nomads

Kim Williams and Nomads Mike Gahagan

Kim Williams recently managed the Gauteng North team at the Nomads SA Girls Championships and after her stressful managerial tasks (see above) she couldn't wait to get back on the course and win an event!


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Rookie Half Term Report

Keenan Davidse, starting to revel in the professional ranksWith the 2009 Sunshine Tour having reached the halfway stage, six months into the year, a review of the rookies performances provide a good indicator of the challenges facing young amateurs keen to make it in the professional ranks.

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Four South Africans to play Canadian Tournament

Dylan Frittelli with trophy and Bill Barrett, CEO of Barrett Corporation sponsors of the eventFour South Africans will be teeing up in the Barrett Amateur, announced the South African Golf Association (SAGA) today, one of whom is the defending champion, Dylan Frittelli.

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Rules of Amateur Status

As you may be aware there has recently been some confusion surrounding the issues of "Amateur Status" and the playing of golf for reward. The South African Golf Association ("SAGA") would like to take this opportunity to offer some clarity in this regard, having taken legal advice from our legal representatives.

DISTRIBUTED 10 March 2009

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