Ruan Korb is learning to stay patient and composed when things are not going his way in his third season on the Sunshine Tour, and he needed those qualities in the remorseless heat at the Gary Player Country Club on Thursday.
Luke Jerling is giving it all he’s got as he works towards his maiden win as a professional golfer, writes Mike Green.
Putting his head down and doing the hard graft has put Oliver Bekker in a good place to reach his goals, writes Michael Vlismas.
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The prestigious South African Stroke Play Championship trophy is back in French hands after Edgar Catherine triumphed at Kingswood Golf Estate on Friday. Only two years after France celebrated their first champion in the premier international amateur championship, the 18-year-old from the South of France overcame his ‘Kingswood demons’ to march to a two-stroke victory on 11-under 269. Catherine also became… Read more →