Month: April 2010
Lloyd du Preez (Centurion, South Africa), a junior on the Arkansas State men’s golf team, was named the Sun Belt Conference Co-Golfer of the Month on Wednesday for his performance during March that included three top-15 finishes and a nine-round stroke average of 71.8.
The South African Golf Association (SAGA) and Womens Golf South Africa (WGSA) today announced that they had finalised the purchase of the handicap business of the company National Golf Network (Pty) Ltd (NGN).
Port Elizabeth Golf Club last hosted the South African Women’s Amateur Championship in 1998 and this week women’s golf returns to the friendly city and the golf course that bears its name. This prestigious championship which was first played in 1906, will take place in Port Elizabeth from 11 to 16 April 2010.
Host nation South Africa will start as the favourites to win the 72 hole Toyota World Junior Golf Teams Championship African Qualifying tournament which starts at Glendower Country Club in Bedfordview, Johannesburg on Monday.
University of Texas sophomore (second year student) Dylan Frittelli registered his second career collegiate victory on Thursday 18 March when he fired a 2-under 70, in the final round, and secured a three-stroke win at the 83-player 54 hole National Invitational Tournament at the par 72, Omni Tucson National Golf Course, in Tuscon, Arizona.