When Martin Vorster thanked his physiotherapist & biokineticist for his 23-under win, he had good reason. After missing over 5 months due to injury, South Africa’s highest ranked amateur celebrated a remarkable comeback to lift the 2021 SA Stroke Play Championship title in style at Randpark Golf Club.  

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2 February 2021 – Mossel Bay’s Martin Vorster stepped up his bid to win the South African Stroke Play title in Tuesday’s second round at Randpark Golf Club. Vorster opened his campaign on the Firethorn course with flawless 64. On another day of heavy rain, the GolfRSA National Squad member picked up where he left off…

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13 February 2020 – Casey Jarvis etched his name into the record books as the youngest winner in South African Stroke Play Championship history when he claimed the prestigious title in dominant fashion at Randpark Golf Club on Thursday. At 16 years, 6 months and 17 days, Jarvis broke a record that had been held…

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12 February 2020 – Overnight leader Casey Jarvis held steady during round three to take a commanding four-shot lead into the final round of the South African Stroke Play Championship at Randpark Golf Club. The fearsome Firethorn Course had proved scoreable in the first two rounds after torrential rain on the eve of the event…

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11 February 2020 – Casey Jarvis continued his love affair with the Firethorn Course at Randpark Golf Club as he carded a second-round 65 to surge into a two-shot lead on day two of the South African Stroke Play Championship on Tuesday. Jarvis and Irishman Rowan Lester began the day on six-under, two shots behind…

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Dr Andrew Mlangeni remembers the day during the 26 years and four months that he was incarcerated on Robben Island when he found three golf balls that gave him hope. Three golf balls, hidden away in the long grass of a field he and his fellow political prisoners were clearing on the island. When he…

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RANDPARK, 5 December 2018 – The South African Open Championship has always enjoyed a rich history of amateur participation and the 2019 tournament at Randpark Golf Club from 6-9 December will once again feature some of South Africa’s most promising amateur talents. Current number one Wilco Nienaber will spearhead the seven-strong amateur challenge in the prestigious…

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Amateurs announced for new-look SA Open

The cream of South Africa’s amateur golfing crop will tee it up in the revamped 2019 South African Open Championship in December, looking to build on the positive results achieved in the 2018 tournament. In January this year Kyle McClatchie claimed the Freddie Tait Trophy after delivering a remarkably mature performance for rounds of 68,…

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