Month: January 2015
South Africa has stretched their lead to 10 – 2 in the test against France at St Francis Links on Wednesday.
Overnight rain caused a delayed start to the final day’s proceedings, but the South African juniors was quick out of the blocks and stretched their five point overnight lead to eight points after another whitewash in the Foursomes.
South Africa enjoyed a productive first day against France at St Francis Links and will carry a five point lead into the final of the two-day Test on Wednesday.
The South African six-pack scored a clean sweep in the morning Foursomes and claimed four points in the afternoon Singles to lead the Test 7 – 2.
Southern Cape junior Jovan Rebula will lead South Africa against France in a two-day Test that kicks off at St Francis Links on Tuesday. The local six-pack will be looking to extend South Africa’s winning record to two after the country’s success in the first Test at Serengeti Golf & Wildlife Estate last year.
South Africa’s Bertine Strauss claimed a top 10 finish to make match play field in the Australian Women’s Amateur, but Yumi Matsubara from Japan ended the Rustenburg golfer’s campaign after an epic second round tussle at the Australian Golf Club in Sydney on Thursday.
The South African Golf Association (SAGA), in association with the South African Golf Development Board (SAGDB), will launch a South African National Golf Squad programme following a crucial and timely sponsorship of a R10-million from business leader, Johann Rupert.
South Africa’s Bertine Strauss, Lora Assad and 16-year-old juniors Ivanna Samu and Eleonora Galletti are primed defy the weather at the Australian Amateur Open and attack the two challenging championship courses at the Australian Golf Club in Sydney on Tuesday.