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Wilco Wins at Home
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Wilco Wins at Home

Wilco Nienaber triumphed in a two man playoff to secure his first professional win Sunday at the Dimension Data Pro-Am on the European Challenge Tour
in his home country of South Africa.

The long-hitting 21-yearold relied on a G425 LST driver, G425 MAX 5-wood, Blueprint irons (3-PW), Glide Forged wedges (52°, 56°, 60°), and a PLD prototype putter.

Last November on the European Tour, Nienaber raised eyebrows with a 439-yard drive using his G425 LST. At the time he led that tour in average driving distance
at 341 yards.

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OLYMPIC AMBITIONS
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OLYMPIC AMBITIONS

At the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Louis Oosthuizen was in a sense playing for his country, and his P2 finish improved his chances to represent home
in the official sense at the summer Olympics in Japan.

He is 33rd in the world ranking, which essentially mirrors the Olympic Golf Rankings qualifying list for men and the Rolex Rankings for women.
Men’s qualifying ends June 21st, but using the April 20th ranking here’s how PING pros are positioned: Matthias Schwab would play for Austria; Corey Conners, Mackenzie Hughes, Canada; Joaquín Niemann, Chile; Sebastian Muñoz, Colombia; Victor Perez, France; Stephan Jaeger, Germany; Tyrrell Hatton, Great Britain and Northern Ireland; Takumi Kanaya, Japan; Viktor Hovland, Norway; and Adrian Meronk, Poland.

Women’s qualifying ends June 28th, and as it stands Brooke Henderson would represent Canada; Caroline Masson, Germany; Hinako Shibuno, Japan;
Bianca Pagdanganan, The Philippines; Azahara Muñoz, Spain; and Jennifer

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Majestic Maas roars historic Nomads SA Boys victory
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Majestic Maas roars historic Nomads SA Boys victory

Sourced from GolfRSA

28 April 2021 – Reigning SA Amateur champion Christiaan Maas eclipsed Masters champion Charl Schwartzel’s tournament record with an eight-shot victory in the Nomads SA Boys U-19 Stroke Play Championship at Waterkloof Golf Club.

Schwartzel’s 72-hole tournament record of 272, set in Benoni in 2001, had stood for almost 20 years until the 17-year-old prodigy rewrote the amateur golf history books with a masterful display to triumph on 23-under-par 265.

He began with successive rounds of eight-under-par 64 to open up a six shot lead, and no one cut into that gap as he stayed at the summit with a third round 67. The Pretoria junior was briefly dismayed that he failed to reach the 30-under target he had set himself after posting a frustrating 70 in the final round, but his mood lifted with the news of the new tournament record.

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