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Open Amateurs

Myeki’s season of smiles

18 December 2017 – You rarely see Zethu Myeki without a smile these days and it was there again when she stepped up to the first tee at the Eagleton Golf Resort in Bangalore, India on Monday morning. “I have so many reasons to smile,” said the 24-year-old Myeki from East London. “I’ve had a…
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Introducing Marvelous Caitlyn Macnab

It has been a season to remember for 15-year-old Caitlyn Macnab, who was named the Under-19 Player of the Year by Ekurhuleni Women’s Golf in November. The petite Ekurhuleni golfer – who packs a huge drive and a lethal short game – racked up eight top three finishes since March and one felt it was…
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Mistry marches to Ackerman glory

16 October 2017 – South Africa’s top ranked Kajal Mistry continued her dominance of the women’s amateur golf circuit as she raced to her third victory in as many months in the prestigious Ackerman Championship on Sunday. The 16-year-old from Parkview defied gale force winds and sweeping rain to construct a four stroke victory on…
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Open season at Ackerman Championship

14 October 2017 – Defending champion Kaylah Williams will lead a strong field of local and national players into battle in the prestigious Ackerman Championship at Atlantic Beach Country Club this weekend. Twelve months ago, the Fairmont High School learner eclipsed the A-Division field at Clovelly to lift the Gus Ackerman Trophy, while Iman Adams…
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Womens Open

Introducing GolfRSA rising star Woo-Ju Son

With the Nomads SA Girls Championship less than a week away, we take a closer look at one of this year’s prime contenders, Woo-Ju Son. With the Nomads SA Girls Championship fast approaching, we take a closer look at one of this year’s prime contenders, Woo-Ju Son, who has made a strong case for more…
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Top pair head strong field at Nomads SA Girls

All eyes will be on Womens Golf South Africa’s number one ranked junior Woo-Ju Son and number two Kajal Mistry, who will spearhead the challenge in this year’s Nomads SA Girls Championship at Orkney Golf Club from 2-4 July. The pair have been going toe-to-toe for the last 18 months but earlier this month, Son…
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Trio split Nomads SA Girls first round lead

South Africa’s top ranked Woo-Ju Son, Chante van Zyl from Free State and Western Province’s Kaylah Williams are the joint leaders in the Nomads SA Girls Championship at the end of day one in Orkney. Williams set the clubhouse target at Orkney Golf Club with a one-over-par 73. However, when the first round action wrapped…
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Son set sights on Nomads SA Girls

South Africa’s top ranked Woo-Ju Son firmed up her bid for Nomads SA Girls Championship title when she pulled clear of the pack in the second round at Orkney Golf Club on Monday. The 16-year-old Country Club Johannesburg junior was tied for the lead at one over with Chante van Zyl from Free State and…
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Stylish Son romps to Nomads SA Girl’s victory

Gauteng teenager Woo-Ju Son put an exclamation mark behind her rising star status when she strolled to a seven stroke victory in the Nomads SA Girls Championship in Orkney on Tuesday. Exactly 12 months since she lifted the Under-16 title, the country’s top ranked junior came full circle at Orkney Golf Club. Going in search…
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Happy Brabazon Birthday for McClatchie

Statistically, June 23rd is the happiest day of the year, but 28 May will definitely be the happiest day for Kyle McClatchie for years to come. South Africa’s top ranked amateur spent the best part of his 20th birthday on the Hotchkin Course at the Woodhall Spa Golf Club in England on Sunday, but it…
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