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WPGA is the governing body of women’s professional golf in South Africa.
Our purpose is to promote and advance interest in the game of golf while providing opportunities for women professionals in teaching, tournament play and golfing in general. The WPGA works with partner organisations in managing women’s professional golf events and the Women’s Tour. Our partnership with the Sunshine Tour resulted in the successful launch of the Sunshine Ladies Tour in 2014.
Our Organisational Partners
Our valued partner with with whom we work in close co-operation on women’s golfing tournaments and promotions in South Africa. Sunshine Ladies Tour assists with the operational side of tournaments. Their website is rich with news and information about tournaments and players.
The oldest golfing organisation for women in South Africa, arising out of over 100 years of history of women playing golf in this country. The organisation recently amalgamated with GolfRSA. Read the interesting history of women’s golf in South Africa on their website here – follow their link to “read more”.
Formed in 2004 and based in St Andrews, The R&A engages in and supports activities undertaken for the benefit of the sport of golf. Despite deriving its name from the members’ golf club, The R&A is separate and distinct from The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews. Visit this site for the official rules of golf and much more.
An independent women’s professional golf promoter. Pink, in the name, encourages a sense of confidence, passion and femininity. Stig is a symbol for sport professionals who aspire to be the best – a pun on the word ‘driver’ as the club is a driver. PinkStig believes drive is essential to excelling in any profession.
South Africa’s Ashleigh Buhai moved into a three-shot lead at the halfway point of the AIG Women’s British Open on Friday. The Sunshine Ladies Tour champion backed up a leading seven-under-65 on day one with a flawless five-under-par round of 67, leaving her an...read more
Ashleigh Buhai took the first-round lead at the AIG Women’s British Open on Thursday, seeking to become the second South African female Major winner, while South Korea’s Ko Jin-young started well in a quest to win back-to-back Majors. Buhai’s best previous British...read more
Nobuhle Dlamini put an exclamation mark behind a dominant season with an emphatic four-shot victory in the R500 000 Joburg Ladies Open at Soweto Country Club on Thursday. Her fourth Sunshine Ladies Tour victory – and her second win this season after her Dimension Data...read more
Nobuhle Dlamini fired three birdies on the bounce down the back nine of Soweto Country Club to line up a fourth Sunshine Ladies Tour victory in the Joburg Ladies Open on Wednesday. Dlamini began the second round tied for the lead with reigning SA Women’s Masters...read more
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