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Samu a match away from Sanlam title
Ivanna Samu hopes to make Sanlam SA Women’s Amateur Championship history when she faces 2014 Sanlam SA Women’s Stroke Play champion Carrie Park in the Championship Division Final. Read full article
St Andrews braced for Jordan v History
Forget about Tiger v Phil or Rory v Ricky. With respect to Messrs Woods, Mickelson, McIlroy and Fowler, the 144th British Open that begins Thursday at St Andrews in Scotland is about Jordan v History. Read full article
Spieth in the spotlight at Open
Tiger Woods has seldom, if ever, been upstaged in a major golf tournament, but at this week's British Open, golf's new poster boy, Jordan Spieth, will run him close. Read full article
St Andrews Open so special - Spieth
Jordan Spieth may be just 21 years of age but there is no doubt he will go into this week's Open Championship fully aware of the historic significance of competing at the Home of Golf. Read full article
Mahoney hunting more dosh
Just three weeks after he finished in the money seat at the Kuilsrivier Classic, Trevor Mahoney has lined up back-to-back victories on the IGT Cape Tour after seizing the second round lead. Read full article
Roelofsz on course for hat-trick
Edenvale golfer Bryandrew Roelofsz is bidding to become the IGT Tour’s second three-time winner this season after holding on to his overnight lead in the Battle of the Giants on Wednesday. Read full article
Samu’s Sanlam SA charge still on track
South African No 1 Ivanna Samu is still on track to defend her Sanlam SA Women’s Amateur title, making it through to Wednesday’s semifinals at Kloof Country Club. Read full article
Fowler ready to have fun
Open Championships throw up a variety of weather conditions, sometimes all in the same day, and Rickie Fowler believes the key to being successful on a links course is to have fun and embrace the elements. Read full article
Watson upbeat on Open chances
Bubba Watson was brimming with enthusiasm on Tuesday as he looks to improve on his recent years of poor form at the Open when the 144th Championship gets under way at St Andrews on Thursday. Read full article
‘Spieth must learn how to handle varying winds’
American phenomenon Jordan Spieth's hopes of capturing a third successive major title will depend mainly on his ability to handle the subtle wind changes at St Andrews, Tiger Woods said on Tuesday. Read full article
Rose out to emulate Faldo at Open
Justin Rose will have a first-hand reminder of the task before him when he tees off in the Open Championship on Thursday with the aim of becoming the first English golfer to win the tournament in 23 years. Read full article
Oosthuizen basking in St Andrews spotlight
South African Louis Oosthuizen returns to the scene of his greatest triumph this week as he looks to emulate his stunning 2010 breakthrough on the Old Course when he won the Open by seven shots. Read full article
There's life in me yet - Woods
Tiger Woods says that age and injuries have failed to diminish his will to win and that more major titles are still possible as he approaches his 40th birthday. Read full article
Roelofsz rules in Battle of Giants
It was hardly surprising to see Edenvale golfer Bryn Roelofsz leading the chase when first round action at the IGT Tour’s Battle of the Giants wrapped up at the home of the Joburg Open on Monday. Read full article
It's tougher now - Faldo
Nick Faldo said on Monday that competition for golf's top prizes is twice as stiff now as it was 25 years ago when he won the second of his three Open Championship crowns at St Andrews. Read full article
Best of both worlds for Bruyns
Less than 45 minutes after he signed for a five-under-par 67 to take the first round lead in the IGT Cape’s Mowbray Classic on Monday, Drikus Bruyns was catching the Craven Week action at Paul Roos Gymnasium. Read full article
Spieth, Fowler set fair for St Andrews
American young guns Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler were arriving at St Andrews on Monday with wins under their belt and Open Championship glory in their sights. Read full article
Johnson believes he can win a major
Dustin Johnson will get a chance to banish the agony of losing the US Open on the final green when he tees off in his opening round of the 144th Open Championships at St Andrews on Thursday. Read full article
Gorlei exits Sanlam SA Women’s Amateur
For the second year in succession, Ethel Ruthenberg has shattered Cara Gorlei’s Sanlam SA Women’s Amateur Championship dreams. Read full article
Graham sheds tears ahead of induction
David Graham, the only Australian golfer to win two different major championships, wiped tears from his eyes as he prepared for an emotional induction to the World Golf Hall of Fame later on Monday. Read full article
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