Pace makes a move in Thailand

Lee-Anne PaceTHAILAND, 27 February 2015 – South Africa’s top ranked golfer Lee-Anne Pace made significant strides in the right direction at the Honda LPGA Thailand to move into the top 10 at the Siam Country Club in Chonburi on Friday.

The world number 29 was slow off the mark with a 71 in her season opener, but the Pearl Valley golfer hit her stride at the Pattaya Old Course with a five-under-par 67 in the second round to finish on six under 138.

Pace lags eight strokes off the pace in a tie for 10th with 15-time LPGA winner, Yani Tsheng.

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Pace makes a move in Thailand

Lee-Anne PaceTHAILAND, 27 February 2015 – South Africa’s top ranked golfer Lee-Anne Pace made significant strides in the right direction at the Honda LPGA Thailand to move into the top 10 at the Siam Country Club in Chonburi on Friday.

The world number 29 was slow off the mark with a 71 in her season opener, but the Pearl Valley golfer hit her stride at the Pattaya Old Course with a five-under-par 67 in the second round to finish on six under 138.

Pace lags eight strokes off the pace in a tie for 10th with 15-time LPGA winner, Yani Tsheng.

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Bregman seals hat-trick in Cape Town Ladies Open

Stacy Bregman with City of Cape Town Executive Mayor Patricia de LilleCAPE TOWN, 26 February 2015 - For a third time this season, Stacy Bregman just trusted her ability, swing and emotions to step into the winner’s circle on the Sunshine Ladies Tour.

Despite coming under pressure from Britain’s Lucy Williams in the final round, the 28-year-old Joburg player was the coolest customer in Cape Town as she closed out a two stroke victory in the Cape Town Ladies Open at Royal Cape Golf Club on Thursday.

The Hertfordshire golfer carded a final round one-under-par 73 to take the early lead at two under, but Bregman responded with a three under 71 to better the target by two strokes.

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Three-way tussle for Cape Town Ladies Open lead

Melissa Eaton shares the lead in the Cape Town Ladies OpenCAPE TOWN, 25 February 2015 – Melissa Eaton carried her recent fine form to an opening three-under-par 71 and a share of the first round lead in the inaugural Cape Town Ladies Open on Wednesday.

The KwaZulu-Natal golfer shares pole position with Sunshine Ladies Tour winners Nicole Garcia and Ashleigh Simon, while local amateur Amy Henning took on the South-Easterly wind to finish just one off the pace at her new home course at Royal Cape Golf Club.

Stacy Bregman, a two-time champion this season, also stayed close to the leaders.

The 2015 Investec Cup for Ladies leader opened with a one under 73 to tie for fifth alongside British pair Lucy Williams and Rebecca Hudson, a four-time winner on the Ladies European Tour.

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Putting for Lollies at Cape Town Ladies Open

Mayor of Cape Town Golf Development Centre clinicCAPE TOWN, 25 February 2015 – Pat Holland from the Mayor of Cape Town Golf Development Centre in Mowbray treated young stars from the Maitland Garden Village Pre-Primary to a putting clinic during the first round of the Cape Town Ladies Open at Royal Cape Golf Club.

The school's principal Carol Booysen, Ronel Trout from Greenlight Project and Royal Cape member Marie Milne assisted Holland, who took the four- and five-year-olds through the basics of putting.

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Eaton to shoot for glory at Royal Cape

Melissa EatonCAPE TOWN, 24 February 2015 - Melissa Eaton is intent on continuing her solid run on the Sunshine Ladies Tour and the KwaZulu-Natal golfer hopes to go one better in the inaugural Cape Town Ladies Open, which tees off at Royal Cape Golf Club on Wednesday.

The Port Shepstone player lost the Sun International Ladies Challenge title by one stroke to Stacy Bregman in early February and Bregman beat her by the same margin in the Dimension Data Ladies Pro-Am on Sunday.

However, two runner-up finishes either side of a top 10 at Glendower catapulted Eaton to the second position in the Chase to the 2015 Ladies Investec Cup.

This has fired up the former Symetra Tour winner and she is going all out for her first Sunshine Ladies Tour title over the next two days in Ottery.

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Sensational Stacy takes Di-Data glory

Dimension Data Ladies Pro-Am champion Stacy BregmanGEORGE (22 February 2015) - Stacy Bregman continued a spectacular summer at home when she captured her second Sunshine Ladies Tour title in three weeks with a tight one-stroke victory in the Dimension Data Ladies Pro-Am on Sunday.

KwaZulu-Natal’s Melissa Eaton carded an opening two under 70 at Oubaai and looked poised for her maiden breakthrough on the local circuit when she teed off with two stroke lead.

However, it was Bregman who got the measure of the Gary Player-designed championship layout of the Outeniqua course at Fancourt in the final round.

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Ko claims ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open

ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open champion Lydia KoTaller, cooler, smarter – never before has a 17-year-old applied instructions so aptly as Lydia Ko, the youngest ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open champion.

Ko, as has become her custom, set another swag of records today in holding off Korean Amy Yang by two shots to win on the fabled Royal Melbourne Composite Course.

The win, Ko’s sixth on the LPGA Tour and fourth national championship after two in Canada and one in her native New Zealand, will help consolidate her position atop the Rolex Rankings.

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Eaton tames wind to lead Di-Data Ladies Pro-Am

Melissa EatonKwaZulu-Natal’s Melissa Eaton produced a magnificent round at a rain-soaked Oubaai Golf Resort and Spa in George to set herself up for her first Sunshine Ladies Tour victory on Sunday.

The Port Shepstone golfer carved out a quite unbelievable two-under-par 70 in the howling wind and driving rain to lead the first round of the R200,000 Dimension Data Ladies Pro-Am by two strokes from two-time champion Stacy Bregman.

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Smit hunts for double glory George

Monique SmitGEORGE, 20 February 2015 – Local favourite Monique Smit intends to take advantage of her home comforts when she hunts down repeat success in the Dimension Data Ladies Pro-Am in George this weekend.

The Southern Cape professional hopes the local fans will out in full support as they did last year when she claimed her maiden Sunshine Ladies Tour title at home.

“I’m going all out to defend my title, because I need a huge boost in the Chase to the 2015 Investec Cup rankings,” said Smit, a two-time winner in 2014.

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