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.
GolfRSA Elite Squad trio Mac Caitlyn Macnab, Kajal Mistry and Kaleigh Telfer set out to represent South Africa’s bid to win a second Espirito Santo Trophy, as the World Amateur Team Championships get underway in Ireland on Wednesday
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.
Caitlyn Macnab produced the lowest round in the 36-hole stroke play qualifier to reach the match play stage in the 90th Girls British Open Amateur, alongside GolfRSA Elite Squad team-mate Kajal Mistry in their championship debut at Ardglass Golf Club in Ireland.
Caitlyn Macnab and Kajal Mistry are primed to start the Girls’ British Open Amateur Championship at Ardglass Golf Club in County Down, Ireland today
Womens Golf South Africa (WGSA) has selected Kaleigh Telfer, Kajal Mistry and Caitlyn Macnab to represent South Africa in the Espirito Santo Trophy at the World Amateur Team Championships in Ireland later this year.
It was a night to remember, and here is a collection of photos captured of winners at the 2017 gsport Awards:
Caster Semenya was the global sporting highlight celebrated among 19 winners crowned at the 2017 gsport Awards in Johannesburg on Saturday evening, memorialized by Cheryl Roberts’ declaration that the future is women’s sport.
A delicious cake courtesy Holi Cow restaurant enjoyed by a select number of Joburg-based Finalists marked gsport’s 11th birthday, on 1 August, 2017.
Rising Star Woo-Ju Son seals her seventh win of the season after her seven-stroke win of the Nomads SA Girls Champs in Orkney on Tuesday.