Great golfers becoming even greater South Africans

Great golfers becoming even greater South Africans

In a few years’ time, South Africa will be blessed with a new doctor and a new teacher. They will help to take South Africa forward in two of the most critical fields in this country. And a golf development manager will smile, because he knows they represent the...
On the scent of a classic moment at Leopard Creek

On the scent of a classic moment at Leopard Creek

A stately lioness treads cautiously through the bushveld, close to the Leopard Creek golf course. Every slow motion step takes her an age as she silently stalks a herd of grazing impala. One of the world’s most distinctive golf events, the Alfred Dunhill Championship,...
Pablo poised for Leopard Creek glory

Pablo poised for Leopard Creek glory

Spain’s Pablo Larrazabal was physically and mentally drained after a day of 48.5°C heat where he was still able to secure a three-stroke lead in the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek. “I am as tired as I have ever been,” he said after a 70 that puts him top...
Larrazabal leads into the weekend

Larrazabal leads into the weekend

Pablo Larrazabal’s love for Leopard Creek shone through as he opened up a three-stroke lead over the field going into the weekend of the Alfred Dunhill Championship. On another scorching day in the bushveld, the Spaniard signed for a round of 69 and the lead on nine...
Good Wil hunting glory at Leopard Creek

Good Wil hunting glory at Leopard Creek

On a scorching hot first day of the Alfred Dunhill Championship, it was the over six-foot tall Wil Besseling of The Netherlands who left the rest of the field standing in his shade as he took a one-stroke lead at Leopard Creek on Thursday. Besseling opened with a...