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Month: October 2016

Winter powers clear at SA Women’s Mid-Amateur

Two-time champion Sandra Winter got her bid for a hat-trick in the South African Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship off to a flying start at George Golf Club on Monday. The Kingswood golfer took full advantage of the perfect conditions and hurtled straight to the top of affairs with a two-over-par 74.

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No place for discrimination or violence in SA golf

The South African Golf Association (SAGA) today stated that any acts of discrimination or violence by its members will not be tolerated.
“The SAGA does not discriminate on the basis of race, religious, sex or national origin, nor does it condone any form of violence from its members,” said SAGA Acting President Geoff Taylor.

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Local pair eye SA Women’s Mid-Am Champs success

Southern Cape duo Sonja Bland and Sandra Winter will spearhead the local challenge in the Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship that tees off at the magnificent George Golf Club today.

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R&A Rules School in Cape Town a huge success

The comments varied from tough and tricky to entertaining and fun, but all the delegates who attended the R&A Level 3 Tournament Administrators and Referees Schools (TARS) this past week agreed that the three-day event at Steenburg Golf Club was well-constructed and highly informative.
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R&A Rules School in Cape Town a huge success

The comments varied from tough and tricky to entertaining and fun, but all the delegates who attended the R&A Level 3 Tournament Administrators and Referees Schools (TARS) this past week agreed that the three-day event at Steenburg Grow Club was well-constructed and highly informative.
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SA eight named for India Test

The South African Golf Association (SAGA) is pleased to announce the eight players that will represent South Africa in a historic first foray to Calcutta, India this December.

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Historic win for Williams at SA Senior Champs

South Africa’s number one ranked Steve Williams became the first player in the country’s golfing history to hold both the senior national titles on the amateur and pro circuit concurrently after he closed out a wire-to-wire victory in the 28th Indwe Risk Services SA Senior Stroke Play Championship at Kyalami Country Club on Friday.

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Gobel eyes breakthrough at SA Senior Champs

Thanks to four rounds on some of the toughest Links courses in Scotland at the recent Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, unheralded Rurik Gobel will be gunning for the 28th Indwe Risk Services SA Senior Stroke Play Championship title on Friday.

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Madalas fire at Kyalami

First round leader Steve Williams and former champion Mellette Hendrikse steered the Madala team to a 13 point lead in the first round of the Madala Challenge at the 28th Indwe Risk Services SA Senior Stroke Play Championship on Wednesday.

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Williams starts with a bang at SA Senior Champs

Top ranked Steve Williams from Modderfontein Golf Club in Gauteng made a superb start in the 28th Indwe Risk Services SA Senior Stroke Play Championship at Kyalami Country Club on Wednesday.

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