A new sponsor in Cell C and business and government partnerships pull women’s golfing community closer as 2014 SA Women’s Open is launched
Lee-Anne Pace and defending champ Norway’s Marianne Skarpnord will lead a strong field at the €320,000 (R4.55m) Cell C SA Women’s Open at the San Lameer Country Club in October
LET CEO Ivan Khodabakhsh drops hint that the European women’s golf association is looking to return more tournaments to South Africa, at the start of the South African Women’s Open at the Southbroom Golf Club from 19-21 April.
2013 South African Women’s Open teeing off at Southbroom Golf Club on 19 April with increased R3.4m prize purse, features defending champ Caroline Masson (GER) alongside a major Ladies European Tour contingent up against local stars including Lee-Anne Pace, Tandi Cunningham, Ashleigh Simon, Stacy Bregman and Nobuhle Dlamini.
The SPAR gsport Woman of the Year category has always attracted high quality candidates and former winners Dr. Sherylle Calder, Sandy Flanagan, Mbali Zantsi, Beaulah Schoeman, Lesley Copeman prove that woman can make it in a man’s world.
Eastern Cape women’s rugby pioneer, Dorothy Tsotsobe has been honoured for her selfless contribution to the development of the women’s game in South Africa. She was unveiled as the 2011 gsport Hall of Fame inductee at the 6th Annual gsport Awards, at the prestigious Wanderers Club on Monday.
It’s back! The 5th Annual gsport Awards take place on 3 August 2010 at the prestigious Wanderers Club in Johannesburg. The gsport Awards celebrates the best of South African women and lauds the valuable contributions of individuals dedicated to the promotion of women in sport in South Africa.
It would be naive of any Association to think that they are immune to the global recession that currently has us all emptying out our piggy banks, shifting the matress to find that stash left for a rainy day etc. and the WPGA is no different. When a recession bites, luxury items are the first […]
This year’s 4th Women’s World Cup of Golf has attracted a full field of 20 countries with Sweden, Japan, Taiwan, Spain, India and the Philippines joining the rest of the world’s best women golfers. All pictures courtesy www.womensworldcupofgolf.com There’s great excitement in golf circles as the 4th Women’s World Cup of Golf fast approaches. […]
gsport’s January Woman, Betty Mokoena, epitomizes the saying: “Age ain’t nothing but a number”. At 22, Betty has already achieved what most people dream of. Not only does she get to play golf, the sport she so dearly loves, but she is able to give back in the most significant way, as a mentor at the Ernie Els and Fancourt Foundation (EEFF).