Hat-trick hero Pace signs off in style at SA Women’s Open

Hat-trick hero Pace signs off in style at SA Women’s Open

The final round stage at San Lameer Country Club belonged to Lee-Anne Pace, who marched to a historic SA Women’s Open hat-trick on Saturday. An overnight lead of six strokes proved insurmountable for the chasing pack as Pace put on a class act on another windswept day...

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Pace closes in on history at SA Women’s Open

Pace closes in on history at SA Women’s Open

Lee-Anne Pace is closing in on a historic three-peat in the SA Women’s Open after she left the field behind in Friday’s second round at San Lameer Country Club. The Paarl golfer carded a two-under-par 70 in windy conditions to move to eight under, five shots clear of...

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Pace mounts case for SA Women’s Open hat-trick

Pace mounts case for SA Women’s Open hat-trick

Lee-Anne Pace proved once again that form is temporary, but class is permanent when she capitalised on a blistering start to take the first round lead in the SA Women’s Open, sponsored by the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality, on Thursday. Pace may have struggled for form in...

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Pace braced for SA Women’s Open title defence

Pace braced for SA Women’s Open title defence

Lee-Anne Pace hopes to make some headlines when she hunts an unprecedented hat-trick in the SA Women’s Open starting at San Lameer Country Club on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast on Thursday. Pace provided one of the most dramatic moments of the 2015 Sunshine Ladies...

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KZN’s First Lady hoping for home comfort

KZN’s First Lady hoping for home comfort

Melissa Eaton hopes that a return to her native Port Shepstone will kick her Chase to the Investec Cup for Ladies season into high gear as she headlines the field at the R250 000 SA Women’s Open alongside two-time champion Lee-Anne Pace this week. The 32-year-old...

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Ice-cool Park stuns for SA Women’s Masters success

Ice-cool Park stuns for SA Women’s Masters success

Carrie Park from South Korea rubber-stamped her status as a future world beater when she clinched her first Sunshine Ladies Tour title in spectacular fashion in the South African Women’s Masters on Saturday. The 19-year-old held her nerve to construct a mature...

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Perfect Park pilots the SA Women’s Masters

Perfect Park pilots the SA Women’s Masters

Carrie Park continues to make a name for herself as one of the hottest prospects on the Sunshine Ladies Tour. The young South Korean fired a flawless four-under-par 68 on another testing day at Rondebosch Golf open up a two shot lead over former champion Ashleigh...

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Garcia keeps Pace promise to share Masters lead

Garcia keeps Pace promise to share Masters lead

A fine three-under-par 69 saw Nicole Garcia move into a four-way tie for the lead with compatriot Ashleigh Buhai, South Korea’s Carrie Park and Kiran Matharu from England in the SA Women’s Masters on Thursday. The Serengeti pro was delighted with her first round...

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Hudson has designs on English double

Hudson has designs on English double

CAPE TOWN, 18 January 2017 – Watching good friend Graeme Storm lift the BWM SA Open trophy on Sunday put Rebecca Hudson from England in a winning frame of mind ahead of the SA Women’s Masters this week. “Gosh, Graeme and I go back donkey’s years,” said Hudson, who...

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Bregman backs budding talent

Bregman backs budding talent

CAPE TOWN, 17 January 2017 – Given the wealth of knowledge she has accumulated in nine seasons on the Ladies European Tour, it is not surprising that Stacy Bregman would back herself in this week’s SA Women’s Masters. What is unusual to hear is that the four-time...

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Buhai ready for SA Women’s Masters hunt

Buhai ready for SA Women’s Masters hunt

CAPE TOWN, 16 January 2017 – Ashleigh Simon needs no introduction. Her storied amateur career was nothing short of outstanding and, since she joined the pro ranks, she has complimented a flood of amateur victories with two Ladies European Tour and four Sunshine Ladies...

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Williams charges back to winning ways

Williams charges back to winning ways

Kim Williams proved that class is permanent as she marched to victory in the 2017 Sunshine Ladies Tour season opener on Friday. After three winless seasons, there were some who thought the former top ranked Pretoria golfer would never scale great heights again, but...

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Eagle sends Smit soaring at Huddle Park

Eagle sends Smit soaring at Huddle Park

It was a case of South African delight and British cheer in equal measure as local favourite Monique Smit took control of the SuperSport Ladies Challenge, while Kim Williams and England’s Kiran Matharu moved within striking distance in Thursday’s second round at...

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Strauss, Smit split SuperSport Ladies Challenge lead

Strauss, Smit split SuperSport Ladies Challenge lead

Defending champion Bertine Strauss and three-time Sunshine Ladies Tour winner Monique Smit provided the early fireworks in the opening round of the R200,000 SuperSport Ladies Challenge on Wednesday. Gunning for a fourth successive title on the local circuit, Strauss...

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Strauss set for sizzling start to 2017

Strauss set for sizzling start to 2017

Bertine Strauss will be gunning for a fourth straight Sunshine Ladies Tour victory when she starts her title defence in the SuperSport Ladies Challenge on Wednesday. This this time around, though, the petite Koster golfer says she is not feeling any pressure. “It’s a...

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SA Hall of Fame honours Legendary Little

SA Hall of Fame honours Legendary Little

Former South African Women’s Open champion Tandi von Ruben lifted the inaugural PinkStig Invitational title at the Lost City, but the day belonged to legendary Major champion Sally Little, who was inducted into the South African Hall of Fame on Tuesday evening. Little...

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Garcia under the gun in Qatar

Garcia under the gun in Qatar

South Africa’s Nicole Garcia will start the final round of the Qatar Ladies Open hoping to crack a top 10 finish in the Ladies European Tour season-finale at Doha Golf Club in Qatar. The Sunshine Ladies Tour champion was well inside the top 10 after an opening round...

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Garcia makes fast start in Qatar

Garcia makes fast start in Qatar

South Africa’s Nicole Garcia pulled within two shots of Lydia Hall from Wales and Finland’s Noora Tamminen, who set the first round target in the Qatar Ladies Open at five under with a pair of flawless 67s in Wednesday. Kylie Walker from Scotland and Anna Nordqvist...

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Pace targets SA Women’s Open hat-trick

Pace targets SA Women’s Open hat-trick

South Africa’s top golfing export Lee-Anne Pace will be targeting an unprecedented record when the South African Women’s Open heads to the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast for a fifth successive year in early 2017. Thanks to the unwavering support of the Ray Nkonyeni...

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It’s a Wrap

It’s a Wrap

England’s Charley Hull won her first LPGA title, Ariya Jutanugarn from Thailand took home the Player of the Year Award and a cool $1-million, while South Korea’s In Gee Chun birdied the 72nd hole in the CME Group Tour Championship to clinch the Vare Trophy on Sunday....

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