The Pick ‘n Pay Women’s Golf Inter-Provincial Championships have been claimed for a fourth successive year by a dominant Gauteng Lions team, when they beat a persistent North West at Germiston yesterday.
Defending Champions, Gauteng Lions once again proved that they are definitely a team to contend with on a low score of 582 in this year’s Pick ‘n Pay Inter-Provincial Tournament.
Gauteng Lions hold the honour and assume the pressure as defending champions, in anticipation of next week’s Pick ‘n Pay Women’s Inter-Provincial Golf Championship.
Western Province will field a strong team at the upcoming Inter-Provincial Golf Tournament happening in Germiston from September 17-22.
The Pick ‘n Pay Women’s Inter Provincial Golf Championship starts at Germiston Golf Club on Sunday 17 September, when Jonathan Ackerman hosts the flag raising ceremony, followed by the Welcome Dinner.
One of the most significant international ladies golfing events takes place at Sun City from 19 to 21 January next year, and its staging is due to the efforts of two proud South African women, Lesley Copeman and Tania Fourie.
The next two months will be critical for the world’s leading women’s golf professionals, as the cut-off date for team selection for the 2007 Women’s World Cup of Golf at Sun City approaches.
As female golfers from around the country prepare for the Inter-provincial golf tournament in Germiston later this month, the Southern Cape Ladies Golf Association (SCLGA) is celebrating the successful hosting of their championship in Plettenberg Bay last weekend.
Mike Simon and his daughter Ashleigh were driving back from Maccauvlei Golf Course one Sunday evening when the father voiced a concern he had carried with him ever since his child began to show such promise at golf.
The countdown has begun to the most prestigious event in women’s professional golf, when tickets for the 2007 Women’s World Cup of Golf go on sale at Computicket outlets nationwide on Friday 1 September 2006.