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Wanderers defend Golfers Club CGGU Interclub

Golfers Club CGGU 2014 - Team

The Wanderers team of Bryn Flanagan, Norman Raad, Roger Stubbs and Shaun Stapleton used their home course knowledge to full effect to succesfully defend their title of the Golfers Club sponsored CGGU Interclub.

Runners up were Krugersdorp who won a count-out over Randpark into third place.

The event played over 36 holes at the Wanderers Golf Club with the best 3 scores of the four to count per round, is an annual highlight on the CGGU golfing calendar.

Pictured here from the left is Brynn, Roger, Bill Swailes (CGGU President), Norman and Shaun.

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CGGU claim medals at Northern Provinces Junior IPT

Northern Junior IPT Teams

Central Gauteng juniors claimed Gold in the U17's and Silver in the U15's while the Girls team finished in 3rd place at the Inaugural Northern Provinces Junior Teams Tournament hosted by North West Golf Union at Orkney Golf Club.

This new team event which had players from Central Gauteng, Gauteng North, Ekurhuleni, North West and Mpumalanga was played over three days of foursomes and singles matchplay. The U17 team won all their games while the U15 team only slipped up on the last day to loose by half a point pushing them into second spot, with the result coming down to the last game on the last hole.

Central Gauteng would like to congraulate all the players who participated and thank all the sponsors of the event, which were MFC Imperial Auto and Nomads.

For final team logs click HERE

Marco Steyn wins back to back titles

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Modderfontein junior Marco Steyn launched another come-from-behind assault to chase down another victory this season at the Nomads National Order of Merit Championship at Silver Lakes Golf Estate on Wednesday.

On Sunday, Steyn overhauled Noel Anderson and Keelan van Wyk to claim the North and South Championship by one stroke at Kempton Park Country Club.

Just three days later, the 16-year-old Central Gauteng golfer fired a four-under-par 68 to reel in overnight leader Keegan de Lange and claim a two stroke victory on one under 143.

Meanwhile De Lange closed with an even-par 72 to finish in second on 145.

The reigning Gauteng North Stroke Play champion finished three strokes ahead of Central Gauteng stable-mate Dean Martin and Herman Loubser from Boland. Martin carded a one under 71 and Loubser, the reigning Nomads SA Boys U-15 champion, closed with a 74.

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CGGU's Dylan Naidoo claims Nomads SA Boys U17 Champs

Dylan Naidoo wesbiteModderfontein and Central Gauteng Golf Union junior Dylan Naidoo held off a spirited charge from Boland'€™s Herman Loubser to claim the Nomads SA Boys Under-17 Stroke Play Championship at Polokwane Golf Club on Thursday.

The 16-year-old Modderfontein golfer carried the momentum gained from three consecutive rounds of 71 into the final round. Two birdies and 16 pars added up to a two-under-par 70 and a one stroke victory on five under 211.

Reigning Nomads SA Boys Under-15 champion Loubser put up a courageous fight, but three drops in the last five holes derailed his chances. The 15-year-old signed for a 68 to finish second, two strokes clear of Zimbabwean Kieran Vincent, who closed with a 72.

Naidoo was instrumental in helping Central Gauteng win the Challenge Cup Teams Tournament in May and last month, he contributed to TuksSport High School’s second victory in the SA High School Championship in Bloemfontein.

His victory further underlines Naidoo'€™s rising status in the top flight of South African junior golf.

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Tristan Strydom wins Northern Amateur

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Serengeti golfer Tristan Strydom won the 2014 The Proshop Northern Amateur at the Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club, East course.

Tristan defeated Henri van Waart 3 and 1 in the 36 hole final to seal the victory. Marco Steyn defeated Angus Ellis-Cole in the 3rd and 4th playoff, winning 4 and 3.

Central Gauteng Golf Union would like to congradulate all the players who played this weekl as well as thank The Pro Shop for their sponsorship of the event and Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club for hosting the event.

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