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Month: November 2010

Bertine returns to represent SA after completion of her matric exams

Former top ranked Bertine Strauss ends her school days tomorrow when she writes her final matric exam. She will join Tiffany Avern-Taplin in representing South Africa at the Mexican Women’s Amateur Championships and International Pairs Tournament to be played in Mexico City from 5 – 8 January 2011.

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Kim wins her final amateur tournament on 8 under

Determined to play well at her last amateur tournament this weekend, Kim Williams finished on eight under par, carding 67 and 69 (136), to win the Mpumalanga Women’s Championships by seven strokes from Swaziland’s Nobuhle Dlamini on 143 (74, 69). Gauteng’s Michelle Leigh, playing consistent golf, signed for 75 and 74 (149) to finish in third position.

Kim Williams is well-prepared and her low rounds will stand her in good stead as, together with Iliska Verwey, Henriette Frylinck and Nicole Becker, she leaves tomorrow for Spain where the girls will try to qualify for the professional Ladies European Tour in 2011. They will be in Europe for a month, playing in the various qualifying events. Connie Chen who has already turned professional will join them.

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Dreyer loses in the second round

Ryan Dreyer lost two and one to Thomas Baik of ArgentinaRyan Dreyer produced another strong display of golf on Friday, in the second round of the 115th Argentine Amateur Championship match play, however it was not enough.

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Dreyer through to second round

Ryan Dreyer won his first round match 5 and 4 in the 115th Argentine Amateur ChampionshipRyan Dreyer produced his best golf so far in Argentina to thump Neil Raymond, of England, five and four, in the first round of the 115th Argentine Amateur Championship match play.

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Hammond and Dreyer qualify in Argentina

Daniel Hammond recorded the best round of the SA players, a 73, in the second round of qualifying in the Argentine AmateurBoth Danilel Hammond and Ryan Dreyer successfully negotiated their way through the 36 hole Qualifying to enter the match play stages of the 115th Argentine Amateur Championship.

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SA players well placed to qualify in Argentina

Ryan Dreyer's 71, one under par, was the leading South African after the first round.The two South African amateur golfers, in the field for the 115th Argentine Amateur Championship, Ryan Dreyer and Daniel Hammond, look well placed to qualify for the match play stages after the first round of the thirty six hole qualifying round.

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Orton is runner-up to Dlamini in Nigerian Ladies Open Championship

2009 SA Match Play Champion, Swaziland's Nobuhle Dlamini won the Ladies Open Amateur Championship of Nigeria on a two-over par 148 from South Africa's Lumien Orton on 150 when the event was played at Abuja on Friday and Saturday 12 and 13 November. Nobuhle is seen here with the High Commissioner of Zambia and the President of LGAN.

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Finland win Tailhade Cup; SA in 9th

Winning Team, Finland's (from the left) Miro Veijalainen and Tapio PulikkanenFinland literally ran away with this year’s Juan Carlos Tailhade Cup winning the International Team Tournament by a handsome eleven shots.

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Dreyer shines as SA play fo pride

Ryan Dreyer recorded the best round by a South African player so far with a 69 in the third round.It was Ryan Dreyer who stepped up to the plate for South Africa in the third round of the 72 hole stroke play Juan Carlos Tailhade Cup. Playing in windy conditions the thirty eight year old Killarney Country Club amateur golfer recorded a two under par 69.

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Hammond improves; SA still well off the pace

Daniel Hammond, whose second round of 72 helped South Africa improve their position on the team leader board.Daniel Hammond’s one over par 72, in the second round of the Juan Carlos Tailhade Cup, an improvement of seven shots on his first round score, helped the South African two man team to a second round team score of 147.

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