George teenager Ben van Wyk ended Sam Simpson’s dream of the winning the elusive Nomads SA Boys Under-19 Championship double when he fired four superb shots at the first extra hole to capture the Match Play title. The pair were all square after a thrilling 36-hole skirmish at Humewood Golf Club and had to return…

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Kempton Park junior golfer Jonathan Wilsenach captured his first national title in stunning fashion after a final round 76 gave him the chance to defeat Jordan Wessels in a playoff for the Nomads SA Under-15 Challenge title. The 14-year-old Ekurhuleni junior beat Wessels with a par at the first extra hole to triumph after the…

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South African number one Kaylah Williams lifted the prestigious Nomads SA Girl’s Rose Bowl Championship trophy after she edged out overnight leader Caitlyn Macnab in a pressure-packed final round at Langebaan Golf and Sports Club. The Western Province junior carded a two-under-par 70 in the final round to close out a one-stroke victory on one-over…

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Ekurhuleni junior Jayden Schaper cemented his number one spot in the Junior Rankings with a two-shot victory in the Nomads National Order of Merit Inland. Schaper overhauled overnight leader Yurav Premlall with a brilliant four-under-par 68 at Benoni Country Club to triumph on 11-under-par 205. South Africa’s top ranked junior made South African golfing history…

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Amilkar Bhana won his third SA Boys title with a dramatic playoff victory over fellow Central Gauteng junior Hannes Strooh at the Nomads SA Boys Under-15 Championship at Killarney Country Club. The Country Club Johannesburg golfer was quick to thank all those who played a part in the event, but reserved a special mention for…

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Ekurhuleni junior Yurav Premlall picked up right where he left off last year and collected his fourth trophy in as many months when he won the season-opening Nomads National Order of Merit Coastal on Friday. The 15-year-old Glendower golfer won by three shots on one-under-par 212 after posting rounds of 77, 67 and 68 at…

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By now, most Nomads will know that there are some interesting and, in many cases, long overdue rules changes coming in 2019. But are you familiar with what is going to change? How will it affect you? Well for starters, here’s a quick summary of what to expect – for the best understanding we suggest…

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Ekurhuleni’s Caitlyn Macnab fired a second-round of 68 to successfully defend her Ladies A-Division title, while Mpumalanga’s Ru-Jean Lessingh matched her score to take the Men’s A Division title in the GolfRSA Champion of Champions event at Glendower Golf Club. The tournament pitted the country’s top club champions from three different divisions against each other…

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SA's Woo-Ju Son Claims Top 10

South Africa’s Woo-Ju Son claimed a battling top-10 finish in the Duke of York Young Champions tournament at Castle Stuart in Scotland. Son, who qualified via her victory in the Nomads SA Girls Championship earlier this year, battled her way through very difficult conditions on the Inverness, Scotland course, as high winds and rain made…

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New Handicap System: what you need to know

GolfRSA launches the new handicap system on Monday 3 September – which fundamentally changes the way that golfers will acquire a Course Handicap. As of Monday, club golfers in South Africa will no longer make use of the traditional Handicap that they have used for years. Instead, before they tee it up, they will need…

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