We kickstart our #FreedomMonth coverage with an exciting #gsportTop10 showcasing up and coming champions who are using their freedom to rise to put SA sport on the map. All ten recipients of this list are former gsport Award winners who have excelled locally and internationally across various sporting codes. #FreedomFriday
Sunshine Ladies Tour announces official 2021 schedule with six weeks of action in February, capping with the Investec South African Women’s Open in March in Cape Town.
#gsport15 Winners own their success, women in sport make major moves as we unveil bumper August list of Newsmakers!
Two of South Africa’s top ranked amateur golfers, Kaleigh Telfer and Kajal Mistry are making their debut in the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship in Maryland.
Ekurhuleni (2019 Swiss Team Trophy champs) and Mpumalanga (Challenge Trophy champs) came up trumps in the SA Women’s 72-Hole Teams Championship in Vereeniging on Wednesday
Kajal Mistry wins the 2019 Women’s Stroke Play title in emphatic style after holding on to the lead every day of the championship at the Woodhill Residential Estate and Country Club to scoop her second title
US-bound on a golf scholarship but Kajal Mistry keen to tick off golf’s big double starting at the SA Women’s Amateur Championships, at the Woodhill Golf Estate in Tshwane on 28 April
Indian rookie and former World Deaf Championship winner Diksha Dagar won the Investec South African Women’s Open – in only her fourth professional start – at Westlake Golf Club in Cape Town on Saturday
Sunshine Ladies Tour rookie Jessica Dreesbeimdieke (Namibia) took the first round lead in the SuperSport Ladies Challenge with an opening four-under-par 66, at the Wild Coast Sun Country Club.
They promised to make the most of moving day at the World Amateur Team Championships, and thanks to a sublime effort from Caitlyn Macnab and Kaleigh Telfer, Team South Africa will start today’s final round of the Espirito Santo Trophy in joint 20th at Carton House in Ireland.