SAGAlogoFA_Colour_300dpi
WGSA LOGO 2
Menu

Month: January 2016

Myeki takes page out of Dlamini’s book

Most golfers would be seriously frustrated to shoot 20 over par in a 54-hole championship and even more so if you are ranked among South Africa’s top three amateurs. Yet, Zethu Myeki from Border wore a great, big smile after a tie for 30th in her debut in the Ladies Joburg Open on the Sunshine Ladies Tour in early January.

Read More

Samu seals hat-trick at Chase to Investec Cup for Ladies

South Africa's Ivanna Samu defeated Swiss amateur Azelia Meichtry in a count-out on five-over-par 221 for the leading amateur honours in the Sunshine Ladies Tour's Chase to the Investec Cup for Ladies.

Read More

Steyn eyes SA Stroke Play Championship success

Marco Steyn is three for three in starts and wins after his recent Free State Open victory and the diminutive Modderfontein golfer hopes to extend his purple patch with another podium finish in the South African Stroke Play Championship at Blue Valley Golf & Country Estate from 2-5 February.

Read More

Dreyer does it in style at Central Gauteng Mid-Amateur Open

Ryan Dreyer won the first Mid-Amateur Open for the 2016 season when he defeated Elton James and Neil Fusedale in a play-off for the Central Gauteng Mid-Amateur Open title at Ruimsig Country Club in January.
The former Sanlam SA Amateur champion clinched the victory with a birdie at the first play-off hole.

Read More

Samu clinches Amateur prize at Ladies Joburg Open

South Africa's reigning Sanlam SA Women's Amateur Stroke Play champion Ivanna Samu claimed the leading amateur prize in the Sunshine Ladies Tour's Ladies Joburg Open at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club.

Read More

Son breaks through in Western Province

Central Gauteng junior Woo Ju Son rose to the number one spot in the Womens Golf South Africa Junior Rankings in 2015 without visiting the winner’s circle even once. A string of top three and top five finishes boosted her rise and the achievement was a measure of her incredible consistency.

Read More

Galletti back to winning ways

Royal Johannesburg and Kensington’s Eleonora Galletti celebrated a welcome return to the winner’s circle when she claimed a one stroke victory in the Boland Junior Championship in early January.

Read More

Naidoo leads amateur quartet at Joburg Open

Central Gauteng junior Dylan Naidoo will lead the four-strong amateur challenge in today's second round of the Joburg Open at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club.

Read More

SA’s rising stars primed for Joburg Open start

Marco Steyn, Dylan Naidoo, Karabo Mokoena and James du Preez are primed to start the first round of the Joburg Open at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington this morning.

Read More

Amateur quartet hope to impress at Joburg Open

Redemption for reigning Nomads SA U-19 Boys Stroke Play champion Dylan Naidoo. Experience for Karabo Mokoena and James du Preez. A chance at more success for Joburg Junior Open champion Marco Steyn.
They may have different expectations for the R16.5-million Joburg Open, but all four Golf RSA National Squad amateurs who will join a world-class field on Thursday at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club share one goal.

Read More

Archives