The world is a wondrous place, and golf is a magical game when viewed through the eyes of a child. As adults, we sometimes forget the joy the game can bring, but the Kids Golf Podcast, an initiative of the AFRIYEA Golf Academy in Uganda, is here to change that. Produced by, with, and for young golfers, the Kids Golf Podcast brings young people from around the world together to share the common bond that is golf.
In the world of golf, few names stand out like that of Letitia Roestoff.
With an impressive career spanning over two decades, Letitia has made an indelible mark on the golf industry through her dedication, expertise, and commitment to excellence. Her journey from humble beginnings to becoming a respected Golf Director and General Manager is a testament to her passion and unwavering work ethic.
A new chapter for the Boland Golf Union with a new leader. After the successful amalgamation of the BGU with Boland Women’s Golf, Maria Kirton has been elected as the new President of the Boland Union. In this interview the energetic Kirton talks about her passion for golf and her goals as President. Question At …
By Balderstone sports institute How did you get into golf and at what age? A. Golf wasn’t a choice of mine when I first started, my father was passionate about the sport and got me into the sport from the young age of 6, taking me to lots of lessons and entering me into “Little …
Namibian professional golfer, Bonita Bredenhann says she is relieved to have ended her 11-year wait for a professional victory and that her one-stroke victory over Nadia van der Westhuizen in the Standard Bank Pro-Am series event held at St. Francis Links last week will always remain a highlight of her career.
I am very glad to be among the winners in the series because there are some really good golfers here and I think you can see by the scores. I am just happy I’ve won my first tournament and hopefully, it won’t be the last.”
McCallum might have lost this week but she played some solid golf, and she too, will look forward to the next tournaments with optimism, especially after her outing at Glendower this week.
The tournament carried a purse of R600 000, a significant increase from last season’s R150 000 prize money per event. The next tournament in the series will be held at Atlantic Beach Links in the Western Cape as the series establishes a national footprint. The Eastern Cape, KwaZulu Natal and the North West are the other three provinces that will be visited this season in what is a clear ambition to grow the series.