There are no results for this tournament on KZN website or WGSA website. The Top Ten results mentioned in Lali Stander's report have been included in the OoM until full results have been received from the Union or posted on WGSA website.
Ivanna Samu won the North West Champs by 11 shots yesterday after carding rounds of 69,76,69 (214). Kaleigh Telfer was runner up 0n 225, Chiara Contomathios was 5th on 231, Eleonora Galletti T6 on 232 and then Woo-Ju Son, Symone Henriques and Kaiyuree Moodley all T9 on 237, just making the top ten. Once again our girls have excelled themselves and continue to make us proud. Seven in the Top Ten is great golf from all of you.
Our annual Golden Girls tournament concluded today. It was once more very generously sponsored by Jenni Gault International Jewellery Design. This was a very special occassion as we commemorated the life of Alma Truss, a year after she passed away. We arranged to have our Silver Tray named after Alma Truss. Her family were invited to attend the prize giving and present the trophy for the first time. Unfortunately her daughter, Barbara, couldn't make it but her grand daughter Hayley and her husband Paul were there. Antoinette gave a very moving speech on how much Alma had contributed to ladies golf in Gauteng and South Africa. Hayley was invited to present the tray to our Golden Girl, Valda Ford of Ruimsig CC on 169 (87,82). Sheryl Matthews was the runner up on 175 (87,88)
In the B Division the winner was Lalla Alexander of Bryanston CC on 68 points (31,37) she won on a count out from Anneke Luyt also of Bryanston CC on 68 points (39,29). Nine of the twenty prize winners were from Bryanston CC. The full prizelist is attached to download.
Thanks to all the girls who competed, the tournament would not be what it is without you.
PHOTO:- Credit Michelle Craig
Congratulations to Eleonora Galletti on winning the Boland Junior championships today at Langebaan. She won on 232, 1 shot ahead of Kaiyuree Moodley on 233. Symone Henriques was thrid on 236 and Kaleigh Telfer was fourth on 237. Woo-Ju Son was T7 on 243, Kelsey Nicholas was 12th on 249 and Cara Ford 15 on 260.
Well done to all our girls who took part, greta start to the year with five players in the top ten.