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Posts Tagged ‘Espirito Santo Trophy’

Team SA celebrate top 15 with closing salvo in Ireland

Team SA celebrate top 15 with closing salvo in Ireland

MAYNOOTH, Ireland (2 September 2018) – Inspired charges from Caitlyn Macnab and Kaleigh Telfer in the final round of the World Amateur Team Championship in Ireland ensured a strong top 15 finish for South Africa in the 28th Espirito Santo Trophy on Saturday. The United States returned to the winner’s circle for the first time…

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Team SA chasing top 15 at Espirito Santo Trophy

Team SA chasing top 15 at Espirito Santo Trophy

MAYNOOTH, Ireland (1 September 2018) – They promised to make the most of moving day at the World Amateur Team Championships, and thanks to a sublime effort from Caitlyn Macnab and Kaleigh Telfer, Team South Africa will start today’s final round of the Espirito Santo Trophy in joint 20th at Carton House in Ireland. On…

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SA trio off to solid start at Espirito in Ireland

Uploaded ToSA trio off to solid start at Espirito in Ireland

30 August 2018 – South African trio Kajal Mistry, Caitlyn Macnab and Kaleigh Telfer tied for 24th at the World Amateur Team Championship as Japan shot to the top of the first round leaderboard in Ireland on Wednesday. A record total of 57 nations teed off at Carton House in County Kildare in the 28th…

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SA trio ready to fire in Ireland

SA trio ready to fire in Ireland

KILDARE, Scotland (28 August 2018) – All eyes in the world of South African amateur golf will be Kajal Mistry, Caitlyn Macnab and Kaleigh Telfer when the GolfRSA trio join a host of international teams for the first round of the Espirito Santo Trophy at Carton House Golf and Spa Resort in Maynooth, Ireland. The…

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WGSA names Espirito Santo Team for Ireland

5 June 2018 – Womens Golf South Africa (WGSA) has selected Kaleigh Telfer, Kajal Mistry and Caitlyn Macnab to represent South Africa in the Espirito Santo Trophy at the World Amateur Team Championships in Ireland later this year. The South African trio will compete against more than 50 teams from across the globe at the O’Meara…

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