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Month: October 2010

French win; SA records credible final round

Dean O'Riley, the leading SA player in Sunday's final roundThe French Team won the 2010 men’s World Amateur Team Championship and the Eisenhower Trophy with a 54 hole team score of 423, seven under par. They finished four shots clear of Denmark. While the South African team recorded a final round of 149, five over par, in very windy playing conditions.

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Lee-Anne Wins second title in China

UZHOU (China) Oct 31, 2010: South Africa's Lee-Anne Pace had the best two weeks in China as she picked up her second victory by winning the Eur200,000 Suzhou-Taihu Ladies Open after being involved in a four-way playoff with USA's Hannah Jun, Paraguay's Julieta Granada and Netherlands' Christel Boeljon at the Suzhou-Taihu International Golf Club.

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WATC reduced to three rounds

JG Claassen, best performing South African so far in the championshipThe Eisenhower Trophy was reduced to a 54 hole tournament by the International Golf Federation after half the field were required to return on Saturday to complete their second round.

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The weather dominates second round of WATC

Conditions not far from that illustrated in this picutre faced players in the World Amateur Team Championships in the second roundRain and lightning disrupted play in the second round of the Eisenhower Trophy being played over two golf courses just outside Buenos Aires, Argentina. This provided for testing conditions in which good scoring was few and far between.

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SA Team well off the pace

JG Claassen was the best SA player in the first roundIt was not the start the South African amateur golf team, made up of Dean O’Riley (74), JG Claassen (73) and Dylan Frittelli (75), were looking for at the end of the first round of the Eisenhower Trophy. With a team score of 147, five over par, they find themselves twelve shots off the pace.

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SA look to top finish at WATC

Frittelli, is the likely anchorman for the South African Team at the WATCA top ten finish in the Eisenhower Trophy, world’s premier amateur golf championship, is what the South African Golf Association (SAGA) are looking to achieve in the men’s competition of the 2010 World Amateur Team Championships (WATC).

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Lee-Anne wins fourth LET event this year and tops the Money List

South Africa's Lee-Anne Pace returned to the summit of European women's golf today when she shot a six-under-par 66 to win the Sanya Ladies Open in China.

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Third in the World!

Buenos Aires, Argentina (23 October) – Korea broke the record for the lowest score and won the 2010 Women’s World Amateur Team Championship by 17 strokes over the USA to claim its second Espirito Santo Trophy at Olivos Golf Club.

The South African team of Connie Chen, Kelli Shean and Kim Williams finish tied third with Sweden and France.

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SA girls strive to improve on 4th position as they head to final round

Val Holland comments "We are in 4th spot on our own on 8 under with Germany on 9 under and USA on 12 under, the Koreans are just amazing 25 under par - their individual scores are 11 under, 11under & 7 under."

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Record-Setting Korea Powers Past USA To Second-Round Lead

Korea fired a record-setting 16-under-par 128 to surge into the lead by one stroke over first-round leader USA in the second round of the 2010 Women’s World Amateur Team Championship while South Africa is tied fifth at the half-way stage of the event.

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