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Top amateurs primed for 72 Hole Teams Championship

2015 GNGUEAST LONDON, 23 May 2015 – In 2013, Gauteng North not only notched their fifth successive Swiss Team Trophy title in the 72 Hole Teams Championship, but also scored an unprecedented double triumph by also winning the Challenge Trophy in the B-Division at Maccauvlei Golf Club.

Yet, despite fielding three teams in the prestigious national event last year, the defending champions were no match for the feisty threesome from KwaZulu-Natal, who claimed a three stroke victory at Mossel Bay Golf Club. Continue reading

SAGA Juniors clinch Challenge Cup victory

DSC_2739_GNGUCAPE TOWN (22 May 2015) – The final outcome of the 2015 Challenge Cup Teams Tournament was poised on a knife’s edge, but when the last putt dropped at Milnerton Golf Club on Friday, the South African Golf Association’s Junior Team were crowned the champions.

Twelve months after Central Gauteng won the final game in the final round at Cullinan Golf Club to edge out the SAGA Juniors for victory, the country’s rising stars reached the winner’s circle. Continue reading

Showdown looms at Challenge Cup

IPT GOLF CHALLENGECAPE TOWN (21 May 2015) – The South African Golf Association’s Junior Team and Western Province are deadlocked heading into the final round of the Challenge Cup Teams Tournament after a thrilling fourth round at Milnerton Golf Club on Thursday.

The SAGA Juniors beat the South African Universities side (USSA) 7.5 – 4.5, while Western Province pulled another rabbit out of the hat to score a narrowly 6.5 – 5.5 victory over a feisty Presidents Team.

The victories left the two sides tied at six points, but the SAGA Juniors will have a huge advantage heading into the final round. Continue reading

Central back on track, but GN struggle at Challenge Cup

AndrewVanderKnaap_GNGUCAPE TOWN (20 May 2015) – Central Gauteng terminated Western Province, while the South African Golf Association’s Junior Team and the South African Universities side (USSA) enjoyed success in the third round Challenge Cup Teams Tournament at Milnerton Golf Club on Wednesday.

Although Central Gauteng still have some work to do, the eight-man side showed incredible team spirit to rally after a second round loss to USSA and score a comprehensive 8.5 – 3.5 victory against the host union. Continue reading

SAGA Juniors & USSA on rebound in Cape Town

Ruan Korb 02GNGUCAPE TOWN (19 May 2015) – The South African Golf Association’s Junior Team and the South African Universities side (USSA) recovered from first round losses with superb performances in the second round of the Challenge Cup Teams Tournament, while Western Province strengthened their title bid in a tightly fought contest at Milnerton Golf Club on Tuesday.

After a narrow one point loss to the host union in the first round, the SAGA Juniors rallied halve one game and win two more in the Foursomes against the Presidents Team. Continue reading

Gauteng North off to solid Challenge Cup start

RossSinclair_GNGUCAPE TOWN (18 May 2015) – Central Gauteng got their title defence in the Challenge Cup Teams Tournament underway with a solid opening round performance, while Gauteng North launched a spirited comeback in the Singles to down the South African Universities side (USSA) and Western Province narrowly edged out the SAGA Juniors on day one of the prestigious national team event at Milnerton Golf Club on Monday.

The defending champions lost a game and halved two others in the Foursomes against the Presidents Team, but positive results from Neal Herman, Jason Rossiter, Werner van Wyk, Rupert Kaminski and Ryan Dreyer put the side 7 – 2 ahead. Continue reading

Smith claims top three in KZN Open

SANLAM AMATURE GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS12 May 2015 – South Africa’s number one ranked Tristen Strydom continued his hot streak, claiming his third podium finish in five weeks at Port Shepstone, while Gauteng North’s Jason Smith cemented his third spot in the SAGA Open Amateur rankings with a top three finish in the KwaZulu-Natal Open Championship title on Sunday.

Strydom carded rounds of 69, 65, 66 and 70 to triumph on 18-under-par 270. He finished five strokes clear of Western Province’s Sean Bradley, while Smith from Irene finished seven strokes off the pace after closing with a six-under-par 66. Continue reading