Stacy Lee Bregman and Team SA partner Lee-Anne Pace did the country proud on Day 1 of the Mission Hills World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills in China, carding a 142 to finish joint fifth overnight with Norway, one better than defending champions China
Paraguay’s defending champions Julieta Granada and Celeste Troche celebrate their 2007 victory, after blowing the field away to win by seven shots last year. Picture © the Women’s World Cup of Golf. The first round pairings for the Women’s World Cup of Golf have been announced, and see hosts South Africa out in the final […]
South Africa’s thee ladies entered at the English Open in Chart Hills, Kent, all struggled on day two, as the lead was shared by Karen Stupples, Becky Brewerton, Eleanor Pilgrim and Cecilia Ekelundh on three-under-par, with one round left to play at the Ladies English Open, in association with Golf Punk.
Newly-announced New Star sponsored golfer, South Africa’s Stacy Lee Bregman has already begun rewarding her commercial backer despite inclement weather, by finishing well for the first day’s play in the English Open, in Chart Hills.
South Africa’s hot golfing prospects have once again been confirmed in Ladies European Tour rookie Stacy Lee Bregman being signed up by New Star Asset Managers, the tour organisers have announced.
As last week’s Catalonia Ladies Masters champion Ashleigh Simon travels to America, Laurette Maritz, Lee-Anne Pace and Stacy Lee Bregman champion South Africa’s cause at this weekend’s Ladies European Toure event, the Vediorbis Ladies French Open, at Le Golf D’Arras.
Paired with the overnight Catalonia Ladies Masters leader England’s Kirsty Taylor on Saturday, South Africa’s Ashleigh Simon played well enough to have shared the overnight lead, had it not been for a two stroke penalty.
South Africa’s Ashleigh Simon has become the youngest ever professional winner of a Ladies European Tour event at the Catalonia Ladies Masters in Spain.
Stacey Bregman rejoins Ashleigh Simon and Laurette Maritz on the Ladies European Tour, where the Catalonia Ladies Masters brings nine of the Ladies’ European Tour’s top ten players to Club de Golf Masia Bach.
Laurette Maritz failed to take her impressive form on the first two days of the KLM Ladies Open in Holland into the third round, and slipped down the leaderboard as Gwladys Nocera claimed her fourth Ladies European Tour title with a comprehensive seven stroke victory on Sunday.