South Africa’s Laurette Maritz stormed to a second top-scoring tournament total during 2007 at the Hilton Templepatrick Golf Course, as inclement weather failed to dent her the Northern Ireland Ladies Open ambitions.
Of the four South African golfers participating in the Northern Ireland Ladies Open at Hilton Templepatrick Golf Club, Lee-Anne Pace and Laurette Maritz improved their games, while Ashleigh Simon and Morgana Robbertze struggled amid rainy and gusting day two conditions.
Here is the day 5 report of Dominique Provoyeur, from all-girl sailing Team Isigungu, following their completion of the Breitling Dutch Championships: Today, we woke up to the rustle in the trees and the dripping rain on the roof, the tension was a little different as there was breeze and the top ten weren’t […]
Today, we woke up to the rustle in the trees and the dripping rain on the roof, the tension was a little different as there was breeze and the top ten weren’t sailing.
gsport has been contacted by all-girl sailing consisting of Dominique Provoyeur, Penny Alison and Kim Rew, who are currently campaigning as Team Isigungu to qualify for the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008.
Breitling Dutch championships (previously known as SPA Regatta began yesterday on the Ijselmeer in the north Part of Holland.
The Forecast for today was even less than yesterday, but still the race officers are adamant to get in the scheduled races with not too much delay. After a postponement on shore until 11am, we headed out to the course under tow from Coach Dayne with about 5 knots of breeze shifting from 115 – […]
Day 3 of the regatta was much like the first two days, no wind in the morning and gradually by 11am, 4 – 6 knots from everywhere!
The forecast for today was for a little more breeze (10 – 15knots) than the previous 3 days of racing, so we were looking forward to getting a little stretch out of the good ol’ legs.
South Africa’s Stacy Lee Bregman came out best in a final day personal battle at the BMW Ladies Italian Open at the Sheraton Parco de Medici in Rome, Italy, when she persevered to card a final round of 71.