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Month: November 2015

Lewthwaite & Meichtry surge at San Lameer

Ekurhuleni amateur Lejan Lewthwaite will have to stave off top ranked Swiss amateur Azelia Meichtry to secure the Jackie Mercer Trophy at the SA Women’s Open on Tuesday. Lewthwaite from The Lake Club Benoni overturned three bogeys in the testing conditions on the Hibiscus Coast for a one over 73 and a share of second on seven over at San Lameer Country Club with Kim Williams.

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Little Son surprises at SA Women’s Open

Pintsized Woo-Ju Son sparkled in her debut at the SA Women’s Open at San Lameer Country Club on Sunday. The 14-year-old braved the strong, swirling wind that coursed over the stunning Hibiscus Coast layout to open with a six-over-par 78 in testing conditions.

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Henriques edges clear in Mpumalanga

Gauteng junior Symone Henriques will sleep on a three stroke lead in the Mpumalanga Championship after edging clear of Brittney-Fay Berger from KwaZulu-Natal at the 36-hole mark on Saturday.

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Shaping swings, changing lives in Mpumalanga

It is not uncommon to see a football field in most rural areas around South Africa. But it is uncommon to see a football field being used by the local children to practice golf on. From the football field at the Riverside Farm near Malelane to the world-class practice facility that has been built at Leopard Creek, the young golfers of the South African Golf Development Board’s (SAGDB) Mpumalanga chapter are immersing themselves in their passion for the game.

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Myeki primed for final Mpumalanga push

Zethu Myeki from East London hopes to put the seal on a watershed season with another top performance in the Mpumalanga Open at White River Country Club this weekend.

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Pace & De Lange fired up to defend at SA Women’s Open

South Africa’s top female golf export Lee-Anne Pace will headline the field in the 2015 South African Women’s Open on the Hibiscus Coast alongside Shawnelle de Lange, who shared the Jackie Mercer Trophy as the leading amateur with France’s Mathilda Cappeliez last year.

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Samu and Son sets sights on SA Women’s Open

Two of South Africa’s brightest amateur talents - Ivanna Samu and Woo-Ju Son – are heading to the Hibiscus Coast to join the battle for the Jackie Mercer Trophy in the 2015 South African Women’s Open.

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PGA of SA honours Rupert

Johann Rupert has been awarded Honorary Membership of the PGA of South Africa, becoming the first amateur golfer in the 90-year history of the PGA of South Africa to receive this award.

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Farewell to Lol Jones

Womens Golf South Africa expresses its heartfelt condolences to Bob and friends of former Boland Ladies Golf president Lol Jones, who passed away on Friday 20 November.

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SA duo’s run ends in Argentina

Top ranked South African pair Teaghan Gauche and Tristen Strydom were both eliminated in the 120th Argentine Amateur Championship in Argentina on Thursday.

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