Month: September 2016
Southern Cape made a solid start in the fight for glory against Gauteng North to lead the final round foursomes 2.5 – 1.5 at the 56th South African Inter-Provincial Championship, but the Garden Route side had to dig deep after Gauteng North fought back hard on the back nine at the Fish River Sun Country Club. Ekurhuleni and Central Gauteng drew 2-all and Western Province set up a second successive victory with a 3 – 1 lead over Boland.
Log leaders KwaZulu-Natal edged out Eastern Province in the final round foursomes to take a one point lead into the last eight singles at the 56th South African Inter-Provincial, while North West will need to dig deep if they want to stay alive in the promotion battle after drawing with Free State. Mpumalanga made the most of the calm start to the final day to claim 3.5 points against Limpopo.
The battle for promotion at the 56th South African Inter- Provincial will come down to a scrimmage between log leaders KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Province and North West on Friday.
While KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Province are enjoying their fourth round bye, Border made the most of the windy conditions at the Fish River Sun Resort to take the lead against Free State and hold Mpumalanga to a draw in the foursomes the 56th South African Inter-Provincial Championship, sponsored by Tempest. Free State got the early edge on Free State and the foursomes between North West and Limpopo ended in a draw.
Southern Cape and Boland both made a promising against Central Gauteng on day four of the 56th South African Inter-Provincial Championship, sponsored by Tempest, while Gauteng North and Western Province drew 2-all in the foursomes at the Fish River Sun Resort.
Scotland opened with a 10-under-par 134 lead Australia by one stroke, while South Africa tied for 22nd with Finland, Iceland, Italy and the host nation Mexico in the first round of the Eisenhower Trophy at the 30th World Amateur Team Championship (WATC) on Wednesday.
Southern Cape and Gauteng North came through a real battle of attrition in the three-club westerly wind to come out on the winning side at the 56th South African Inter-Provincial Championship, sponsored by Tempest, at the Fish River Sun Resort, on Wednesday, while a heated scuffle between Boland and defending champions Central Gauteng ended in a 6-all draw.
Top ranked Jovan Rebula, Marco Steyn and Dylan Naidoo are primed to hunt South Africa’s first victory in the Eisenhower Trophy at the esteemed biennial World Amateur Team Championship (WATC), which tees off at Riviera Maya near Cancun in Mexico on Wednesday.
Coming off a first round victory, Southern Cape made a confident start at the Fish River Sun Resort to lead Western Province 3 – 1 going into the singles on day two at the 56th South African Inter-Provincial Championship. Gauteng North and Ekurhuleni drew 2-all, as did Boland against the defending champions Central Gauteng.