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Month: July 2010

Durban Country Club to host SA Open Championship

Durban Country Club will host the 100th playing of the South African Open Championship from 16-19 December 2010. This was confirmed by the South African Golf Association and Dlamini Weil Communications, the new promoters of South Africa’s flagship golf tournament.

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Tanica van As wins in Durban

Tanica van As

Former Eastern Cape star Tanica van As, now living in KZN, won th36 hole Durban Regional Championships played at Bluff National Park Country Club on Sunday.

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SAGA announces team for WATC

Dean O'Riley receiving SA Stroke Play Trophy from Enver Hassen (SAGA President)The South African Golf Association (SAGA) announced the names of the three players to represent South Africa in the biennial World Amateur Team Championships. The team is Dylan Frittelli, Dean O’Riley and JG Claassen .

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Chen wins at Houghton

SA Junior Champion Connie Chen continued her run of victories when she won the 36 hole Nomads Gauteng Stroke Play Championships at the newly redesigned Houghton Golf Club this week. Her score of 149 (75, 74|) was two strokes ahead of SA Champion Kim Williams 151 (75, 76) and another junior, Lara Weinstein, also having a great year, was a stroke back on 152 (72,80).

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Handicap Calculations

Handicap Calculations

With the Handicap takeover by HNA (Handicaps Network Africa) the changes that were made over the past few years to the calculation of handicaps are also now in affect. To view the details of these changes click here

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Congratulatons Louis

Women's Golf South Africa congratulates Louis Oosthuizen on a fabulous win this week at St Andrews.

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SA Amateur Champion plays Open Championship

Laurie Canter with both Glacier SA Amateur and Proudfoot TrophiesIt is not often that the current South African Amateur Champion’s name appears on the Open Championship leader board. Laurie Canter (England) managed to qualify for golf's premier championship.

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Haydn Porteus wins the Africa Trophy in Scotland

Haydn Porteous, representing South Africa at the Junior Open in Scotland, did his country proud by winning the Africa Trophy.

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De Beer returns from college to lift the Limpopo Amateur Open trophy

The Limpopo Amateur Open was held at Koro Creek from 9 - 11 July 2010. A total of 157 entries were received and a pre-qualifying round was held the day before the tournament proper began.

The Koro Creek golf course played host to its first tournament of this magnitude since it underwent a redesign and a name change from what used to be called the Nylstroom golf club.

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Haydn Porteous is lying tied second at the R & A Junior Open

South African Junior Haydn Porteous is lying tied second after the first round with a one under par 70, one stroke behind Daniel Nielsen of Denmark at the R & A Junior Open being played at Lundin Golf Club in Fife, Scotland.

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