Former Women’s World Cup of Golf Operations Director, Lesley Copeman. Former Women’s World Cup of Golf Operations Director, Lesley Copeman, has spoken about the reasons behind her departure from the prestigious tournament.
It’s been a super week, celebrating gsport’s birthday with colleagues, friends, family, and some of South Africa’s top women in sport, business, entertainment, and media.
Women’s Month got off to a sparkling start in Johannesburg on Wednesday morning, when a host of top women in sport, business, and media gathered at the Westcliff Hotel for the 2007 gsport Awards, hosted by popular online women’s sports initiative, gsport … for Girls!
More than a decade after retiring from playing netball, eighties phenomenon, Hazel Gumede, has been lauded for her brilliance on the court and her unwavering support for netball in South Africa.
It’s been exciting watching gsport’s readers voting for your favourite Leading Ladies since the beginning of June but, now that Internet voting is officially closed, its time for our esteemed four-woman judging panel to take over.
There are five days (including today) remaining for you to vote for your favourite Leading Lady, as gsport gears up for the 2007 gsport Awards on 1 August, 2007 at the Westcliff Hotel, in Johannesburg.
South Africa’s top women’s golf coach is leading the votes for gsport’s Woman of the Year Award.
So, I see you’ve already started voting …, which means you know that 1 August 2007 is a special day for gsport …for Girls!
The Ladies European Tour last visited Northern Ireland in 2003, but four South Africans are in the run for the Northern Ireland Ladies Open at the Hilton Templepatrick Golf Club, starting on Friday.
Kass Naidoo spoke to SABC2 Morning Live’s Leanne Manas, who has the good fortune to be invited once again to open the third staging of the Women’s World Cup of Golf, this year being played for at the Gary Player Country Club in Sun City in the North West.