Month: September 2009
DURBAN, 25 September 2009 – Kwazulu-Natal will start the afternoon singles in the final round of the South African Interprovincial at Durban Country Club with a two point deficit after losing the morning foursomes to Central Gauteng 3 & 1.
DURBAN, 24 September 2009 - Kwazulu-Natal applied their home course advantage in the fair weather at Durban Country Club to edge out Free State and Northern Cape in the morning foursomes in the fourth round of the SA Interprovincial Tournament.
Round three of the South African Interprovincial is underway and the fairways at Durban Country Club are still a vision of rain suits and umbrellas but the incessant rain has had no effect on A-Section leaders, Kwazulu-Natal and Free State and Northern Cape.
DURBAN, 21 September 2009 - The Kwazulu-Natal team provided manager Ivan Curlewis the strong start he expected with a near whitewash against defending champions and pre tournament favourites Western Province in Monday’s first round of the 49th South African Interprovincial at Durban Country Club.
As players headed out to play their singles matches at Paarl this afternoon, the Gauteng North Daisies edged ahead of North West when they picked up one match and halved the other two in the fouyrsomes. While their fellow team members all halved matches, Mareli Joubert and Connie Chen had a good 5/3 win over Elru Botha and Tirsa Matthyssen in the A Division of the SA Women's Inter-Provincial.
WGSA top ranked Kim Williams and SA Stroke play champion Yvette du Plessis shared the honours today when they both carded 68, four under par, in the afternoon singles at the Pick n Pay SA Women's Inter-Provincial. The event was played at Paarl Golf Club in overcast conditions with a cold westerly breeze picking up during the afternoon round.
Tied for 27th in her first LPGA tournament, South Africa's Kelli Shea finished one under par
on 212 (76,67,69) and can look back at this event with much pride. The 150 man field included 27 of the world's top 30 golfers and South Africa's Ashleigh Simon.