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PGAs approve volunteer coaches
With golf's inclusion in the 2016 and 2020 Olympics being seen as a means to grow the game globally, the PGAs of the world have agreed on a new framework to allow more volunteer coaches to work in golf. Read full article
Not so hard for 'Big Easy'
Ernie Els put behind him a fear over potential kidney stones and the disadvantage of no pre-tournament practice rounds this week as he surged into contention for the Quicken Loans National. Read full article
Rambo comes of age at Sishen Open
Christiaan Bezuidenhout’s dream season continued with his second IGT Tour victory at the Sishen Open on Saturday. Read full article
Rambo ready to rumble at Sishen Open
Christiaan Bezuidenhout is relishing the opportunity to go head-to-head with Sunshine Tour veterans Doug McGuigan and Theunis Spangenberg in Saturday’s final round at the Sishen Open. Read full article
Bruiners edges Karmis at Westlake
One has to forgive Heinrich Bruiners for fleetingly feeling like Floyd Mayweather facing Wladimir Klitschko as he stood opposite Peter Karmis at the first playoff hole. Read full article
Van Heerden bakes up IGT KZN surprise
Steven van Heerden demands perfection in his bakeries, but he was still surprised to cook up a perfect result in the IGT KZN Tour’s KZN Winter Swing on Friday. Read full article
Kent kills the monkey at Mowbray Classic
When it takes you a decade to lift your first professional title, you had better do so in style. Matthew Kent complied and broke his duck with a victory in the IGT Cape’s Mowbray Classic on Wednesday. Read full article
Van Eeden defeats the giants at RJK
Sometimes you just don’t know what the golfing gods will serve up and it was definitely that kind of day for best friends Joubert van Eeden and Matthew Kent. 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
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
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
Kruyswijk goes wire-to-wire at Serengeti
Centurion golfer Jacques Kruyswijk closed with an even-par 72 to wrap up a wire-to-wire victory in the Wanna Be A Champion Academy Classic at Serengeti Golf and Wildlife Estate on Wednesday. Read full article
Kruyswijk courts victory at Serengeti
Reigning Battle of the Giants champion Jacques Kruyswijk is firmly in the driver’s seat through 36 holes of the IGT Tour’s Wanna Be A Champion Academy Classic at Serengeti Golf and Wildlife Estate. Read full article
Kevin cleans up at Houghton
Kevin Rundle teed up on Tuesday morning at Houghton Golf Club tied for 31st place in the Sunshine Big Easy Tour’s event there, but his impressive final round of 65 secured him a maiden win professional win. Read full article
Crause on cruise control at Serengeti
Quintin Crause enjoyed a birdie-binge at Serengeti Golf and Wildlife Estate on Monday to pull within one stroke of first round leader Jacques Kruyswijk in the IGT Tour’s Wanna Be A Champion Academy Classic. Read full article
Simon and Van Zyl fly SA flag high
Jaco van Zyl sealed his spot in The Open Championship with a third place finish in the Alstom Open de France, while compatriot Ashleigh Simon claimed a tie for 13th in the Ladies European Masters on Sunday. Read full article
Van Zyl impresses in Paris
A strong mental attitude and hard work are some of the attributes that helped South African golfer Jaco van Zyl shine in the Osten de France Championships in Paris. Read full article
Divan pulls clear at Houghton
Divan Gerber marched his way around Houghton Golf Club in 67 strokes on Monday to set up a two-shot lead after round one of the Sunshine Big Easy Tour event there. Read full article
Van Zyl, Burmeister in pursuit in Europe
South Africa’s Jaco van Zyl finished within striking distance at the halfway mark of the Open de France on the European Tour on Friday. Read full article
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