INSPIRING WOMEN: SUE DE SWART
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3w ago
As an intern at Pebble Beach, I got an opportunity to work as a volunteer for 6 weeks building up to the 1997 Masters (who could forget this year – Tiger’s 1st win). As a 22-year-old I was excited to take up the opportunity to learn from the master’s themselves. The south is incredibly friendly and hospitable. Your “tournament friends” are much like boarding school friends as you are working crazy hours – on the property for 15-17 hours a day from Monday to Sunday. The planning for every eventuality (mostly curve balls weather could throw). Great communication & an attitude of gratitude t ..read more
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GOLF RULES: Investec SA Womens’ Open RULINGS
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3w ago
Over the past 2 years we have looked at some of the more important Rules of Golf, relating to situations that often occur during play, and discussed their applications in a theoretical way. In this article I want to get more practical and discuss some rulings that occurred at the recent Investec SA Womens’ Open that was played at Erinvale in Somerset West. This gives us an opportunity to see how the rules are applied and how players are guided by Rules Officials to proceed in a given situation. I was one of the Rules Officials at the Open and it surely was a showcase for womens’ golf. Not only ..read more
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THE TRANSITION FROM Amateur to professional golf
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3w ago
In the world of sport there is a significant transition that takes place for a fortunate few athletes. The transition I am referring to is from an amateur to a professional career in their chosen sport. This transition is a noteworthy leap that requires more than just talent and dedication. There are a multitude of challenges that needs negating through skill refinement, mental resilience, strategic planning, and professional networking. Exploring these challenges and strategies in this article may help aspiring golfers successfully navigate this transition and hopefully provide the weekend g ..read more
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MAINTAIN ENERGY, FOCUS & PERFORMANCE
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3w ago
Golfers require a balanced diet to maintain energy, focus, and performance on the course. Here are some healthy eating recipes tailored for golfers: BREAKFAST: Energy-Boosting Smoothie Bowl 1 cup spinach 1 banana 1/2 cup Greek yogurt 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk 1 tablespoon chia seeds 1/4 cup granola 1/4 cup fresh berries (blueberries, strawberries, or raspberries) 1 tablespoon almond butter Blend spinach, banana, Greek yogurt, almond milk, and chia seeds until smooth. Pour into a bowl. Top with granola, fresh berries, and a drizzle of almond butter. LUNCH: Grilled Chicken and Quinoa Sa ..read more
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Understanding The Dreaded Golf Shank
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1M ago
What is a Golf Shank? In simple terms, a shank occurs when the ball hits the hosel, the part of the club where the shaft meets the clubhead. Instead of traveling in the intended direction, the ball shoots off dramatically sideways. This can be particularly embarrassing and frustrating, often leading golfers to question their swing mechanics and mental focus. 6 TOP REASONS FOR SHANKING THE BALL 1. Poor Setup and Alignment Your initial setup can be a significant factor. Standing too close or too far from the ball, or having an improper stance, can lead to shanks. Ensure your feet, hips, and shou ..read more
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NINA GREY: GOLF COACHING
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1M ago
One Breath Closer to your Lowest Round Performance anxiety is a prevalent and paralysing experience for all golfers, not only effecting performance but also sucking the fun and enjoyment our of our beautiful game. There is however a very simple solution . Learn to breathe. Anxiety Affects Us All I think these days there are very few people who are not affected by anxiety. Specifically, performance anxiety is something that golfers irrespective of level deal with, but perhaps because us ladies are emotional creatures, we may be even more susceptible to anxiety. Dealing with anxiety when you are ..read more
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Els for Autism South Africa
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1M ago
Revolutionizes Golf Education for Autistic Learners Els for Autism South Africa is proud to announce a groundbreaking initiative aimed at transforming the landscape of golf education for autistic learners. As of 2024, the organization is pioneering the introduction of golf clinics within schools across Johannesburg, marking a significant milestone in inclusive sports education. Golf has long been celebrated for its ability to instill discipline, focus, and camaraderie. However, access to the sport has often been limited for autistic individuals. Recognizing the immense potential for golf to po ..read more
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BSI: STUDYING IN THE USA
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1M ago
Young Ladies chipping over the pond We had the opportunity to meet two young ladies who have fallen in love with the sport of golf at a late age in their lives and through their ambitions and drive are going to continue playing and following their dreams, whilst still ensuring they have a back-up plan by attending university overseas. Let’s meet present BSI Academy golfers Tylah James and Yaone Mokgatle who have set their sights on studying in the USA. 1. How old are you and where are you originally from? YM: I am 19 years old and from Botswana. TJ: I’m 19 years old and I am from South Africa ..read more
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Ugandan Juniors Join The World
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1M ago
To mark world earth day with a commitment to ending plastic uses In the heart of Fort Portal, Uganda, a beacon of environmental stewardship shines bright amidst the emerald greens of the Afriyea Golf Academy. As the world unites in the fight against plastics on this year’s World Earth Day, junior golfers at Afriyea Golf Academy are leading the charge, wielding their clubs not just for precision shots but also for a planet free from plastic pollution. Under the resolute guidance of CEO Isaiah Mwesige, Afriyea Golf Academy has transformed into a bastion of eco-consciousness, echoing a clarion ca ..read more
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Standard Bank Charity golf Day
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1M ago
Nurturing Women’s Golf Standard Bank is deeply committed to fostering and nurturing the growth of women’s golf in South Africa. Recently, they hosted their second charity golf day, a testament to their dedication to raising funds for the development of this sport. Held at the picturesque Stellenbosch Golf Course, the event saw golfers from across the peninsula converge in support of this noble initiative. Under the guidance of local pro, Bianca, 20 young female golfers received expert coaching throughout the day. While seasoned players battled it out on the course, these aspiring athletes hone ..read more
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