Ashleigh Buhai sealed her sixth Sunshine Ladies Tour title – and her second this season – with a great par-save at the 54th hole of the Sun International Ladies Challenge at Sun City on Thursday.
It was a day where the weather was the main talking point at Glendower (indeed, in most of Gauteng) and sadly, Mother Nature got the better of the start of the seventh event in this year’s Chase to the Investec Cup for Ladies on the Sunshine Ladies Tour.
‘Proudly South African’ Carrie Park of South Korea rubber-stamped her status as a possible future world beater when she clinched her first Sunshine Ladies Tour title in spectacular fashion in the South African Women’s Masters on Saturday.
Ashleigh Simon needs no introduction. Her storied amateur career was nothing short of outstanding and, since she joined the pro ranks, she has complimented a flood of amateur victories with two Ladies European Tour and four Sunshine Ladies Tour titles.
Kim Williams proved that class is permanent as she marched to victory in the 2017 Sunshine Ladies Tour season opener on Friday.
Bertine Strauss will be gunning for a fourth straight Sunshine Ladies Tour victory when she starts her title defence in the SuperSport Ladies Challenge on Wednesday.