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Golfing Galant brothers dominate in Rondebosch

It was a proud day for the Galant family of Belhar as teen brothers Tristan and Jaydon dominated the u19 and u13 divisions respectively of the prestigious Bridge Fund Managers Junior Series tournament at Rondebosch Golf Club on Tuesday 11 December 2018. Tristan, who recently turned 17, bookended his round with a birdie on the…

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Mweli goes wire-to-wire at Magalies Park

Thembelani Mweli held off final-round challenges from Usher Manel and Sandile Shange to claim a two-point victory in the 2018 Canon SA Deaf Junior Interprovincial at Magalies Park Golf Club (GC) on Thursday. Mweli had been the man to beat throughout the event, having held sole possession of the lead over the first two days,…

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Mweli dominates opening day at Junior Deaf Inter-Provincial

Thembelani Mweli seized a commanding four-point lead after round one of the 2018 Canon South Africa Deaf Junior Inter-Provincial Tournament at Magalies Park Golf Club (GC) on Tuesday. With three spots in the 2019 Canon SA Disabled Golf Open up for grabs, it was all to play for in the 27-hole event. For many of…

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SA teams gain ground at Junior World Cup

13 June 2018 – Both South African teams made a positive move towards the leaders in the second round of the 2018 Toyota Junior Golf World Cup, supported by JAL, in Japan on Tuesday. The GolfRSA Boys gained three spots in the Boys Competition, moving into a tie for seventh with Mexico and Sweden on…

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SA Junior quartet Jakarta bound

2 June 2018 – Four of South Africa’s rising junior talents have left for Indonesia to fly the flag for the country in the Himbara World Junior Golf Championships, presented by Ciputra. Western Province’s Jordan Rothman and Kiera Floyd from Ekurhuleni will compete in the Girls Division, while Rorisang Nkosi from North West and Western…

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Mokoena on top in Boland Amateur

Buoyed by a new set of clubs, Karabo Mokoena eagled the final hole to claim his first open amateur title, the Boland Amateur Stroke Play Championship, by a stroke. The 20-year-old member had been contemplating take a break from the game following a series of disappointing results, but the arrival of a new set of…

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