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Month: January 2010

Connie Chen wins first event of the year

With consistent rounds of par 72 and one over 73, Waterkloof's 17-year old Connie Chen won the first women's event of the year - the Gauteng North Junior Championships - played at Service golf Club on Sunday 24 January.Connie with Dot van Ryneveld

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Kim reports on the Mexican Women’s Amateur Championship

Kim Williams and Iliska Verwey represented South Africa at the Mexican Women's Amateur Championship played at Club de Golf, Vallescondido in Mexico City from 10 to 14 January and we include her unabridged report on the event.Proud South Africans Kim and Iliska

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Greta Badenhorst passed away today

WGSA regrets to advise that Greta Badenhorst, Past President of Western Province and who served on the SA National Executive from 1995 to 1996 passed away suddenly today at the age of 77.Greta Badenhorst

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Courtenay James is top kid at Eagle Canyon

12 year-old Courtenay James came first in the U.S. Kids World Qualifier at Eagle Canyon Golf Club in JHB on the weekend. This is the third year in a row that she has won her age division.Courtenay James

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Frittelli misses the cut in Joburg Open

Dylan FrittelliDylan Frittelli did not capitalise on his excellent first round score in the Joburg Open, played at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club, in Johannesburg over the weekend. He recorded a second round of 76, five over par, and missed the 36 hole cut.

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SA’s First Referees School announced

The first-ever Referees School to be hosted by the South African Golf Association (SAGA) will be held at Alphen Country House and Steenberg Golf Club in Cape Town next year, from Friday the 12th to Sunday the 14th of March.

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Kim finished up runner-up in Mexico

South Africa's Kim Williams finished runner-up in the Mexican Women's Amateur Championship after scoring a 79 in the final round. The event was played at the Club de Golf, Vallescondido, Mexico City this week.

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Frittelli leading amateur in Joburg Open

Dylan Frittelli, left, with Freddie Tait Cup and SA Open winner Scot RamsayA fine 68, three under par, by nineteen year old Dylan Frittelli made him the leading amateur after yesterday’s first round of the Joburg Open being played at the Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club.

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SAGDB girls accepted for residential scholarships at HPC, Pretoria

14 Year old Zanele Mazibuko and 17 year old Ntsoaki Mokoena from Phuthaditjhaba in Qwa-Qwa, Free State have been accepted on the Department of Sport & Recreation’s residential scholarship at the High Performance Centre Academy in Pretoria.Zanele Mazibuko, Ntsoaki Mokoena and Cynthia Rayner

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Sherratt wins; Claassen best of SA players

JG Claassen, again the best performing South African in the championshipJordan Sherratt, the 21 year old South Australia, won the 72 hole stroke play NEC Master of the Amateurs Championship after a playoff against Bud Cauley of the United States. JG Claassen finsihes 25th tie, the best performing South African player.

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