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Month: July 2014

SA’s top women amateurs gather for Sanlam WGSA Champs

For the first time in three years, next week’s Sanlam SA Women’s Amateur Championship will have a maximum field featuring the country’s top amateurs, including those returning from college golf scholarships in America.
One of the most prized trophies in South African women’s amateur golf will be contested by a full strength field of 64 players at Ruimsig Country Club from 3-6 August.

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McClatchie and Telfer set to make Olympic history

SA juniors Kyle McClatchie and Kaleigh Telfer will make local golfing history as South Africa’s first golfing Olympians at the Summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in China next month.
The South African Golf Association (SAGA) and Womens Golf South Africa (WGSA) are proud to announce that McClatchie from Ekurhuleni and Telfer from Gauteng were named to Team SA and will be among the 54 athletes that will represent South Africa in Nanjing from 16-28 August.

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McClatchie and Telfer set to make Olympic history

SA juniors Kyle McClatchie and Kaleigh Telfer will make local golfing history as South Africa’s first golfing Olympians at the Summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in China next month.
The South African Golf Association (SAGA) and Womens Golf South Africa (WGSA) are proud to announce that McClatchie from Ekurhuleni and Telfer from Gauteng were named to Team SA and will be among the 54 athletes that will represent South Africa in Nanjing from 16-28 August.

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SAGA joins R&A in Working for Golf programme

The South African Golf Association (SAGA) has joined the R&A Working for Golf campaign by introducing Level One of the R&A Three-tiered Rules Education Programme at its 14 unions across the country.
The first R&A Level One course was hosted by the Eastern Province Golf Union and was presented by SAGA Assistant Executive Director Neil Homann at the Port Elizabeth Golf Club.

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Naidoo claims top 10 at prestigious Pinehurst

Reigning Nomads SA Boys Under-17 champion Dylan Naidoo has underlined his status as one of South Africa’s rising stars with a couple of solid performances in the United States this July.
The experience is certain to serve well when he lines up with Herman Loubser, Luca Filippi and Luke Mayo at the International Under-16 Championship in Italy in early September.

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SA duo thrives on international experience

Top South African juniors Paul Boshoff and Tristen Strydom are gearing up for their third start in Europe this month at the Belgian International Amateur Golf Championship, which tees off at Royal Antwerp on Wednesday.

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Bezuidenhout and Lombard en route to Chicago

Following a solid showing at the prestigious Porter Cup at the weekend, the South African Golf Association’s top ranked pair, Christiaan Bezuidenhout and Zander Lombard, will fly the flag for South Africa at the 112th Western Amateur in Chicago this week.

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SA six-pack impress at World Junior

Six young golfers from South Africa recently participated at the AAU Junior Olympic Games Golf Championship in the United States, where they joined scores of juniors from all corners of the world in an international junior golf festival, presented by Veritas World Junior.

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Bezuidenhout and Lombard on course in New York

The country’s top ranked amateurs Christiaan Bezuidenhout and Zander Lombard will fly the flag for South Africa in the final two rounds of the prestigious Porter Cup in Lewiston, New York.

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SA junior quartet primed Italian U-16 Champs

Herman Loubser, Dylan Naidoo, Luca Filippi and Luke Mayo will fly the flag for the South Africa at the eighth edition of the prestigious Italian International Under-16 Championship at Golf Club Biella in Italy from 2-4 September.

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