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Month: July 2015

Hall of Fame celebrates SA golf legacy

The South African Golf Heritage Trust is delighted to announce that legendary Grand Slam champion Gary Player and LPGA Major winner Sally Little assisted avid golf supporter, the Honorable Patricia de Lille - Mayor of the City of Cape Town - at the opening of the Mercedes-Benz Southern African Golf Hall of Fame and Heritage Centre at its new home in the Clock Tower precinct of the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town.

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SAGA steps up R&A Working for Golf programme

Following the successful introduction of the Level One Rules Courses in South Africa last year, the South African Golf Association (SAGA) further extended its commitment to the R&A Working for Golf campaign with the launch of the Level Two course in July.

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Junior quartet primed for international action

An exciting fortnight awaits leading South African juniors Ivanna Samu, Kaleigh Telfer, Woo-Ju Son and Danielle du Toit, who will make their debut in prestigious international championships in Europe this August.

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SA junior quartet to challenge in Italy

Wilco Nienaber from Free State will be taking his cue from Open champion Louis Oosthuizen in his debut at the Reply Italian International Under-16 Championship and Nations Cup from 1-3 September. Nienaber will line up in the prestigious international championship with reigning Nomads SA Boys U-17 champion Herman Loubser, Luke Mayo and Luca Filippi.

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SA bows out to France in Bordeaux

France’s national mid-amateur team edged out South Africa by one point in the final to lift the prestigious International Team Mid-Amateur Championship title at the Golf Du Medoc Resort near Bordeaux on Sunday.

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SA and France to face-off for glory

South Africa’s four-man Mid-Amateur team will go head-to-head with France for the prestigious International Team Mid-Amateur Championship title at the Golf Du Medoc Resort near Bordeaux on Sunday.

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SA in driver’s seat in France

South Africa’s Mid-Amateur team took the first round lead in the prestigious International Team Mid-Amateur Championship at the Golf Du Medoc Resort near Bordeaux.

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Van Buynder clinches Tshwane Junior Open

Otto van Buynder defeated fellow Gauteng North player Keegan McLachlan at the first play-off hole to lift the inaugural Tshwane Junior Open title on Friday.
The pair ended regulation play tied at four-over-par 148 after Von Buynder signed for a 78 and McLachlan carded a 77 at Pretoria Country Club. Van Buynder produced a superb four at the par-four 10th to seal his first national junior victory in extra time.

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SA takes France in Test

South Africa’s Mid-Amateur team is upbeat ahead of the prestigious International Team Mid-Amateur Championship on Friday after defeating France 5.5 – 2.5 in a two-day Test at the Golf Du Medoc Resort near Bordeaux.

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Opperman leads Tshwane Junior Open

Dawid Opperman took a leaf out of Tshwane Open champion George Coetzee’s book and employed his home course knowledge to take control in the first round of the Tshwane Junior Open at Pretoria Country Club on Thursday.

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