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GULLANE, Scotland (27 May 2016) – South Africa’s top ranked Jovan Rebula will lead an 11-strong South African pack against a world-class international field from 12 countries in the Carrick Neill Scottish Open Stroke Play Championship, which tees off at Gullane Golf Club today.
Fellow RSA National Squad members Albert Venter, Tristen Strydom, Jason Smith, Aubrey Beckley, Andre Nel, James du Preez and Kyle McClatchie star alongside the George golfer, while Terence Coutinho, Noel Anderson and Tom Watson complete the local challenge at the renowned links of Moray. Continue reading
MIDDELBURG, 25 May 2016 – Ivanna Samu, Kaleigh Telfer and Woo-Ju Son lived up to their star billing when they sealed back-to-back success for Gauteng in the Swiss Team Trophy, while Ekurhuleni lifted the Challenge Trophy with a crushing victory at the 72-Hole Teams Championship on Wednesday.
It was Kajal Mistry (70) and Chiara Contomathios (73) from the B-team that got Gauteng’s title defence underway at Middelburg Country Club on Monday, while the country’s top ranked seniors Samu and Telfer from Gauteng A opened with 149 to finish six shots off the pace.
But Samu and number one ranked junior Son stepped it up in round two with a total of 145 to grab a share of the lead at 294 with Gauteng North A. Continue reading
The B-Team established a three stroke lead in the first round to set the tone for Gauteng, but as they faded on day two, the A-Team picked up the slack to keep Gauteng’s title defence in the Swiss Team Trophy division on track. Continue reading
Surprisingly it was the B-team who pushed the 2015 champions in early pole position in the Swiss Team Trophy division. Randpark’s Kajal Mistry offset a lone bogey at the par three sixth with birdies at three, 15 and 16 to open with a two under 70. Chiara Contomathios from Wanderers mixed three bogeys with a pair of birdies for a 73 that handed Gauteng B pole position at one-under-par 143.
Gauteng North A finished three off the pace , while Boland leapfrogged Gauteng A to join the chase in third spot. Continue reading
JOHANNESBURG (20 May 2016) – In 2014, the difference come down to one point and the Challenge Cup went the way of Central Gauteng. Last year, the SAGA Juniors did it with a single games point. Not surprisingly then, the 2016 edition produced another final round of high drama.
But no-one imagined that Gauteng North would celebrate their first victory in five years with the smallest margin ever.
The Daisies fought like Trojans until the last putt dropped to defeat the President’s Team 6.5 – 5.5 and that narrow triumph secured the half a games point Gauteng North needed to edge out Central Gauteng for victory at Parkview Golf Club on Friday. Continue reading
JOHANNESBURG, 19 May 2016 – Gauteng North and Central Gauteng are deadlocked heading into the final round of the 2016 Challenge Cup, but the SAGA Juniors are still in the mix after fourth round action wrapped up at Parkview Golf Club on Thursday.
Gauteng North led the standings after three rounds, but the SAGA Juniors held the Daisies to a 6-all draw and that opened the door for Central Gauteng to take aim at a third victory in five years. Continue reading
JOHANNESBURG, 18 May 2016 – Midway through the 2016 Challenge Cup and it is still wide open after the SAGA Juniors flattened Western Province, USSA halted Gauteng North’s winning run and Central Gauteng eked out a second victory at Parkview Golf Club on Wednesday.
Gauteng North bagged victories against Central Gauteng and Western Province, but USSA put the brakes on their run and held the Daisies to a 6-all draw.
USSA trailed 3 – 1 after the Foursomes, but Andrew van der Knaap won 5 & 4 and Luke Jerling downed Albert Venter 4 & 2 to put the side back in the match. Continue reading