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Month: April 2010

Strong SA presence in Botswana Open

Thabo Maseko, Northern Amateur winner, one of the players to watch in the Botswana Open starting on SaturdayThe eight players representing South Africa in next week’s Zone VI, some of whom are the country’s most exciting young players, have entered the Botswana Open, a 54 hole stroke play tournament, which commences at Gaborone Golf Club on Satruday.

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SA players at colleges in the USA continue to shine

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.

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SAGA, WGSA and NGN formalise purchase of club agreements

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).

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SA win and Qualify for World Finals in Japan

The winning team from the left Luke Jerling (EP), Haydn Porteous (CG), Brandon Stone (GN), Teagan Gauche (GN) and coach Gavan LevensonThe South African junior team’s dominance in the African Junior Golf Challenge turned to victory today and in so doing qualified to play in the Toyota World Junior Golf Team Championship in Japan later this year.

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Porteous & Jerlilng shine as SA extend their lead

Haydn Porteous, 69, three under par today, puts him on top of the individual leaderboard going into tomorrow's final roundHaydn Porteous and Luke Jerling both recorded fine rounds of 69, three under par, to help move South Africa twenty shots clear of the field after the third and penultimate round of the African Junior Golf Challenge.

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SA Lead; Namibia Challenging

Luke Jerling, a 73 today which counted for the SA Team scoreAlthough the rain abated, a wet Glendower Golf Club provided for testing conditions in today’s second round of the African Junior Golf Challenge. Only three of some of Africa’s best juniors managed to break par.

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Champions to defend their titles and Sanlam SA Women’s Championship

Champions to defend their titles and Sanlam SA Women’s Championship

Match Play Champions Nobuhle Dlamini with Gary van Loggerenberg

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.

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SA lead in rain interrupted first round

Brandon Stone, the best performing player in the South African team when rain stopped play. He was three under par for his round with one hole to play.On level par and with a couple of holes to play, hosts South Africa lead in the first round of the Africa Junior Teams Challenge played at Glendower Golf Club, Johannesburg. The first round is to be concluded tomorrow morning.

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SA favourites to win World Junior Teams Qualifying

Brandon Stone, current SA Boys Stroke Play ChampionHost 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.

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Frittelli wins second Collegiate Title

Frittelli (left) receiving the Freddie Tait Cup from SAGA President Enver Hassen at the end of the SA Open Championship in December 2009University 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.

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