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SA women golfers receive LET boost

Posted on June 11, 2012 by Ken

South African women’s golf has received a boost with the announcement that the South African Women’s Open will return to the Ladies European Tour (LET) schedule in July.

The likes of 2010 LET Order of Merit winner Lee-Anne Pace and Ashleigh Simon, a three-time SA Open champion and the winner of two LET events, will take on a strong international field at the Selborne Park Golf Club on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast from July 13-15.

Fellow LET campaigner Tandi Cunningham, who won the last South African Women’s Open in 2009, is the defending champion.

The organisers announced on Monday that there will be a field of 84 golfers, including 56 from the LET, who will be playing for 260 000 euro in prizemoney.

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