Megan Streicher, South African Amateur Championships, Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club, SA Women’s Amateur, SA Stroke Play Championship, Lize-Marie Prinsloo, Mossel Bay, Demi Flanagan, Kyra van Kan, Cheslyn Jacobs, Samantha Whateley, South Africa, Caitlyn Macnab, GolfRSA, Kiera Floyd, Kaylah Williams, Kim Turgut, Pretoria Country Club, Bronwyn Leigh Doeg, Crystal Beukes, Oubaai, Jasmine Furstenburg, Cara Ford, Gabrielle Venter, Randpark, Eastern Province Border Championship, Larissa du Preez, Ebotse, Kaylan Boshof, Liezl Smit, Carmen Taljaard, Kamaya Moodliar, Umhlali, Shani Brynard, Elizabeth Lightley, Benoni Lake, Nicole Strydom, Lea van der Merwe, Tebogo Lefifi, Western Province, Zara le Keur, Royal Cape, Michelle Steyn, Heidi van der Berg, Lauren Clough, Zane Kleynhans, Centurion, Hanne Rademeyer, Chloe Malgas-Kelpin, Paola Sakota, Charlene Oosthuizen, Kaitlyn van de Vyver, Chloe Valkin, Kaylin van der Merwe, Mandie Badenhorst,
Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club
Swellendam’s Megan Streicher rallies from four shots back overnight to win the South African Women’s Stroke Play title at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club.
Samantha Whateley delivers a mature performance to take an early lead in the South African Women’s Stroke Play Championship at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club.
Caitlyn Macnab has her eyes firmly set on defending her SA Amateur Championships title as the tournament at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club starts today.
Sunshine Ladies Tour Open champion Ashleigh Simon lit up the front nine of the East Course at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club, to produced a grandstand finish and seal a sensational six-stroke victory in the Sunshine Ladies Tour Open on Tuesday.
Swazi golfer Nobuhle Dlamini trusted her swing to cash in early at the Sunshine Ladies Tour Open, finishing day one tied for the lead at the Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club on Monday.
Women’s Golf South Africa has confirmed that pay channel SuperSport will screen highlights of the recent Acer 5 nations Commonwealth Tournament played at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club.