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Month: December 2010

Tiffany and Bertine head off to Mexico on 1 January

Tiffany and Bertine head off to Mexico on 1 January

Tiffany Avern-Taplin

WGSA celebrates the start of 2011 by sending two top players to compete in the Mexican Women's Amateur Championship and the International Pairs tournament to be played at the Club de Golf Vallescondidi in Mexico City.

Tiffany Avern-Taplin and Bertine Strauss leave on New Year's day to compete in the championship which will be played from 5 to 8 January.

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Scholtz appointed as Junior Golf Co-Ordinator

Johan Scholtz, the SAGA's new Junior Golf Co-OrdinatorJohan Scholtz, fifty year old Boland Junior Golf President and Tournament Director, has been appointed to the new full time position as Co-Ordinator: Junior Golf for the South African Golf Association, it was announced today.

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Final Prize Giving at 100th SA Open 2010

Ernie Els holding the trophy and flanked by the SAGA Officials at the Prize Giving on the 18th green after the 100th playing of the South African Open Championship held at Durban Country Club.

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Closing Date for the 2011 Sanlam SA Amateur is January 10, 2011

Entries have closed for the 2011 SA Stroke Play Championship while the closing date for the Sanlam SA Amateur Championship is 12h00 on 10 January 2011.

Any incomplete entry forms or entries receive without proof of payment will not be accepted.

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O’Riley wins closely contested Freddie Tait Cup

President of the SAGA, Colin Burger, presenting Dean O'Riley with the Freddie Tait CupDean O'Riley overcame Dylan Frittelli by one shot to claim the Freddie Tait Cup as the leading amateur in this year's 100th South African Open Championship played at Durban Country Club.

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Frittelli looks to make it two in a row

Dylan Frittelli who shot a round of 72 to finish four under par and make the cutDylan Frittelli (72) finished on a four under par thirty six hole aggregate to make the halfway cut in the South African Open Championship being played at Durban Country Club. If he manages to hold onto the Freddie Tait Cup on Sunday this will be the first amateur in forty eight years to win it in successive years.

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Frittelli, leading amateur after rain delayed first round

Dylan Frittelli shot a 68, four under par, to be the leading amateur after the first roundDylan Frittelli’s four under par sixty eight was the leading score by an amateur in the rain delayed first round of the South African Open Championship on Friday. The twenty year old Irene Country Club golfer is lying tied in twenty first place.

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First round rain delayed; recommence on Friday

Durban Country ClubDURBAN (16 December 2010) – Denis Hutchinson hit the ceremonial drive opening the 100th South African Open in what he described as “swinging in the rain” on Thursday, and a little over two hours later he was still one of the few to have played any golf at this year’s championship.

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Ernie Els to treat SA Open as a major

Ernie ElsDURBAN (15 December 2010) – The South African Open tees off its 100th playing at Durban Country Club on Thursday, with Ernie Els declaring he is treating this one as he would a Major.

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Seven amateurs in SA Open starting line-up

Laurie Canter (England) current SA Amateur Champion tees up with Richie Ramsay and Retief Goosen on ThursdaySeven amateur golfers are in the field of one hundred and fifty six players who tee up in the South African Open Championship on Thursday at Durban Country Club.

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