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More old magic from Langer

More old magic from Langer

LET’S get this straight from the start: The golfers on the senior tours for the over-50s in America and Europe are not a bunch of geriatrics hacking the ball around. Golf lends itself to longevity and a player of 50 can still be extremely competitive. Yes, you may lose …

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Kevin du Preez: A Real Servant of Randpark

Kevin du Preez: A Real Servant of Randpark

RANDPARK club captain Kevin du Preez, whose two-year term of office ends in September, says one of the main reasons he’s been in the job is because he’s very much a people’s person. He enjoys people and they enjoy him, as the many members and staff who interact with him will testify …

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SA Juniors Win World Cup

SA Juniors Win World Cup

THE Proteas wilting badly, our footballers struggling to win and South African franchises playing no further part in this year’s Super Rugby competition. To put it mildly, it hasn’t been easy for our …

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Randpark Golf Club Has a Rich 79 Year History

Randpark Golf Club Has a Rich 79 Year History

The club formerly known as the Windsor Park Club was founded during wartime, with the formation of a committee late in 1940 and the recruitment of 123 members. The club was situated in the township of Windsor. The company, Windsor Park …

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Burmester – 2nd Appearance at US Open

Burmester – 2nd Appearance at US Open

JUDGING by the deluge of congratulations he received from family and a wide circle of friends you would have thought Dean Burmester had won the US Open at Pebble Beach, not just qualified for this week’s championship beginning on Thursday …

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No Mistry – Kajal is on top form

No Mistry – Kajal is on top form

WHILE Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace head a South African contingent in the US Open at fabled Pebble Beach this week a much younger South African – 18-year-old whiz-kid Kajal Mistry – will at the same time …

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The US Open : A Light-Hearted History

The US Open : A Light-Hearted History

NEXT week’s US Open at Pebble Beach will be the sixth time the championship has been staged at the famous course on the Monterey Peninsula, a two-hour drive south of San Francisco.
Three South Africans have won the US Open …

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