Uploaded ToSA sign off with solid salvo in Ireland

MAYNOOTH, Ireland (8 September 2018) – Malcolm Mitchell and Wilco Nienaber went six under in the final round of the Eisenhower Trophy to seal a top 30 finish for Team South Africa in the 2018 World Amateur Team Championship in Ireland on Saturday. After a spate of setbacks in the first two rounds, Nienaber and…

Read More
Team SA sprints on moving day at Eisenhower

MAYNOOTH, Ireland (7 September 2018) – A couple of setbacks left Team South Africa on the back foot at the World Amateur Team Championship, but the feisty trio rebounded in Friday’s third round at the O’Meara Course to rescue their Eisenhower Trophy campaign in Ireland. Having lost Jovan Rebula to injury on the eve of…

Read More
Team SA optimistic despite setbacks in Ireland

MAYNOOTH, Ireland (6 September 2018) – Team South Africa suffered another setback on a wet and windy second day at the World Amateur Team Championship, but the spirit in the camp remains high and the team is determined to come out fighting in the final two rounds of the Eisenhower Trophy at Carton House Golf…

Read More
SA trio with work to do at Eisenhower

MAYNOOTH, Ireland (5 September 2018) – South Africa will have to pull out all the stops in Thursday’s  second round at Carton House Golf Club to catch up to Eisenhower Trophy leaders Denmark in the World Amateur Team Championship in Ireland. The host union delighted the home crowd with the early lead at 10-under on…

Read More
Mitchell replaces Rebula in Eisenhower Team for SA

MAYNOOTH, 5 September 2018 – A World Amateur Team Championship that held so much promise for reigning Amateur champion Jovan Rebula went up in smoke after the George golfer was forced to withdraw on Wednesday. Malcolm Mitchell from KwaZulu-Natal is being flown to Ireland to step Rebula and join fellow GolfRSA National Squad players Wilco…

Read More

28 June 2018 – GolfRSA National Squad members Jovan Rebula, Wilco Nienaber and Matt Saulez will represent South Africa in the Eisenhower Trophy at the 2018 World Amateur Team Championship in Maynooth, Ireland in September. In announcing the team today, South African Golf Association President Geoff Taylor said high expectations would follow the trio to…

Read More