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Month: August 2016

Vorster leads SA junior challenge in Italy

Southern Cape junior Martin Vorster will lead the four-strong South African challenge when the second of the Reply Italian International Under-16 Championship gets underway in Italy today.
Vorster, Christo Lamprecht, Jayden Schaper and Wilco Nienaber were among 144 juniors from a record 20 countries worldwide that lined up in the 10th edition of this prestigious international championship at Golf Club Biella le Betulle.

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McClatchie conquers in KwaZulu-Natal

Ekurhuleni amateur Kyle McClatchie added to his trophy haul this season after denying local favourite Matt Saulez a home victory in the KwaZulu-Natal Championship the past weekend.

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Du Toit drives to victory in Southern Cape

Gauteng North rising star Danielle du Toit edged out local favourite Azelia Meichtry to celebrate a third victory this season in the Southern Cape Championship in George on Sunday. The 17-year-old from Pretoria Country Club staved off a spirited challenge from the top ranked Swiss amateur to clinch a one stroke victory at Oubaai Golf Club.

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Assad, Park & Dlamini through to LPGA Stage II

Sunshine Ladies Tour campaigners Carrie Park and Nobuhle Dlamini and Ekurhuleni amateur Lora Assad both crossed the first hurdle in qualifying for the 2017 LPGA Tour on Sunday.

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Mwandla takes aim at KZN Championship

KwaZulu-Natal’s Siyanda Mwandla made the most of the sunny conditions at Margate Country Club on Thursday to win the 36-hole Stroke Play Qualifier for the eLan KwaZulu-Natal Amateur Championship in wire-to-wire fashion.

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Assad & SLT trio set for Q-School test

Class is in at the LPGA Tour Stage I Qualifying Tournament in California where three of South Africa's former top ranked amateurs - Sunshine Ladies Tour campaigners Nicole Garcia, Carrie Park and Nobuhle Dlamini - have joined Ekurhuleni amateur Lora Assad and 344 other hopefuls looking to play their way onto the 2017 LPGA Tour.

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Mwandla motors into KZN lead

Six birdies on the back nine at Margate Country Club sent Siyanda Mwandla from Mount Edgecombe hurtling straight to the top of affairs in the 36-hole Stroke Play Qualifier for the KwaZulu-Natal Amateur Championship on Wednesday.
The Ernie Els and Fancourt Foundation player opened with five-under-par 66 to lead Malcolm Mitchell from Kloof Country Club by one stroke.

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Strydom seals second IGT Tour title in style

Tristen Strydom continued the amateur dominance of the 2016 IGT Tour season when he swept to a second victory in four weeks at the Wingate Challenge on Wednesday.

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McClatchie chases more success in KZN

After positive forays on the country’s top golf development circuits, Kyle McClatchie is eyeing more success in this week’s KZN Amateur Championship. The Golf RSA National Squad player will start his title bid alongside a strong cast of rising stars in the 36-hole Stroke Play Qualifier that tees off at Margate Country Club today.

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Park’s gold medal performance in Rio captures the world

Arms held over her head in triumph, Inbee Park showed about as much emotion as you are likely ever to see from the stoic South Korean golfer.
Her par putt didn't matter, as she had a big lead walking up the 18th fairway, the gold medal all but secured. But it went in regardless, capping a remarkable week of golf for the LPGA Hall of Famer that was as much surprising as it was dominating.

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