Magnificent Macnab Continues to Rise

GolfRSA Elite Squad member and reigning number one amateur in South Africa, Caitlyn Macnab, won the A-Division Open, Closed and Junior titles in the Ekurhuleni Women’s Championship at Glendower Golf Club in October 2020. Photo: GolfRSA

Caitlyn Macnab lived up to her number one billing with a dominant performance, to claim the Open Championship title with a three-shot victory and also bagged the Junior and Closed Championships titles at Glendower Golf Club.

The Proteas Gear Up for the Astor Trophy Champs

SA’s number one ranked Caitlyn Macnab will lead the Proteas team at the Astor Trophy Championships at the Royal Colwood Golf Club in Canada. The Serengeti golfer will be accompanied by Kaylah Williams, Kiera Floyd and Kaleigh Telfer in the quadrennial championship

GolfRSA Threesome Bow Out in Scotland

GolfRSA’s Caitlyn Macnab and Jordan Rothman were eliminated in the first round, while Kiera Floyd lost in a tightly contested second round at the R&A Girls’ Amateur Championship in Scotland on Thursday afternoon

SA Trio Through to Girls Amateur Match Play

South Africa’s Kiera Floyd joins fellow GolfRSA Elite Squad members Caitlyn Macnab and Jordan Rothman in the first round of the match play stage in the R&A Girls’ Amateur Championship in Scotland

Moodley Up for the Double at 2019 gsport Awards

Dynamic Kaiyuree Moodley packs a huge punch and her lethal ball-striking, pin-seeking approaches and putting prowess has put the rising golf star in the running for two national women’s sports awards

Team SA Looking to Go Low in Ireland

Caitlyn Macnab, Kaleigh Telfer and Kajal Mistry are fired up to make the most of moving day after a much better show in the second round at the World Amateur Team Championship on Thursday.

Team SA extends lead in Ghana

Team South Africa kept the country’s title defence in the 14th All-Africa Challenge Trophy on track on a tough scoring day at the Achimota Golf Club to pull 15 shots clear of Tanzania in Accra, Ghana on Thursday.

Macnab exists Girls British Amateur in Ireland

Caitlyn Macnab’s run in the Girls British Open Amateur ended with a third round exit when she was eliminated by Sophie Johnson, her magnificent form having earned her two decisive victories to reach the final 16 on a testing day.