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Kathu Juniors shine at Sishen Open

KATHU, 28 July 2015 - Two Northern Cape rising stars, Lyle Pedro and Johan Kruger, made the most of a unique opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the country’s up-and-coming stars in the recent Sishen Open on the IGT Tour.
Both Kathu juniors were chosen to represent Free State and Northern Cape on national level this year and were nominated by Sishen Golf Club to participate in the 36-hole Betterball Team Competition.
“The IGT Tour is first and foremost a development Tour and it was great to give these two young players a glimpse of what their futures could be like,” said IGT Tour commissioner Cois du Plooy.
“We let them play with other amateurs in the team event that ran concurrently with first two round sof the 54-hole stroke play championship.
“They embraced the opportunity and we were really impressed by their enthusiasm and their conduct on the golf course. We also let them play the final round off junior tees behind the field.”
Sunshine Tour professional Tyron Roelofsz partnered 11-year-old Pedro, while IGT Tour regular Burger Heckroodt played with 10-year-old Kruger in the Team Competition.
“Their excitement was really infectious,” said Roelofsz.
“They were out there on the driving range and putting green long before anyone else and they conducted themselves very well on the golf course.
“They asked questions and it was great to see how they absorbed the advice we gave them. It was a lot of fun to play with the two of them. Pedro plays off a 12 handicap and he shot 71 in the first round. I signed for a 77, so he upstaged me completely. That was a little humbling.”
Pedro loved the scrambled drive format and said it gave them the chance to emulate the pros.
“We could hit from their drives, so we tried to shape and draw the ball like they do,” Pedro said.
“We still have a lot to learn, but it was really interesting to see how they approach the course.
“My goal was to learn as much as I could, so I never expected us to finish third in the Team Competition; that was a real bonus. These guys hit some amazing shots and Johan and I learned a lot from playing with them.”
Kruger was very pleased with Burger’s advice to widen his stance in the bunker.
“I got a lot more control of my bunker shot when I widened the gap between my feet,” he said.
“Lyle and I both need to learn more Rules of Golf and we have to practice our short game more. The pros score a lot of birdies with chipping and putting. It was one of the best experiences of my life.”
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Kathu Juniors shine at Sishen Open

KATHU, 28 July 2015 - Two Northern Cape rising stars, Lyle Pedro and Johan Kruger, made the most of a unique opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the country’s up-and-coming stars in the recent Sishen Open on the IGT Tour.
Both Kathu juniors were chosen to represent Free State and Northern Cape on national level this year and were nominated by Sishen Golf Club to participate in the 36-hole Betterball Team Competition.
“The IGT Tour is first and foremost a development Tour and it was great to give these two young players a glimpse of what their futures could be like,” said IGT Tour commissioner Cois du Plooy.
“We let them play with other amateurs in the team event that ran concurrently with first two round sof the 54-hole stroke play championship.
“They embraced the opportunity and we were really impressed by their enthusiasm and their conduct on the golf course. We also let them play the final round off junior tees behind the field.”
Sunshine Tour professional Tyron Roelofsz partnered 11-year-old Pedro, while IGT Tour regular Burger Heckroodt played with 10-year-old Kruger in the Team Competition.
“Their excitement was really infectious,” said Roelofsz.
“They were out there on the driving range and putting green long before anyone else and they conducted themselves very well on the golf course.
“They asked questions and it was great to see how they absorbed the advice we gave them. It was a lot of fun to play with the two of them. Pedro plays off a 12 handicap and he shot 71 in the first round. I signed for a 77, so he upstaged me completely. That was a little humbling.”
Pedro loved the scrambled drive format and said it gave them the chance to emulate the pros.
“We could hit from their drives, so we tried to shape and draw the ball like they do,” Pedro said.
“We still have a lot to learn, but it was really interesting to see how they approach the course.
“My goal was to learn as much as I could, so I never expected us to finish third in the Team Competition; that was a real bonus. These guys hit some amazing shots and Johan and I learned a lot from playing with them.”
Kruger was very pleased with Burger’s advice to widen his stance in the bunker.
“I got a lot more control of my bunker shot when I widened the gap between my feet,” he said.
“Lyle and I both need to learn more Rules of Golf and we have to practice our short game more. The pros score a lot of birdies with chipping and putting. It was one of the best experiences of my life.”

PHOTO – From left to right: Tyron Roelofsz, Lyle Pedro, Johan Kruger and Burger Heckroodt; credit CJ du Plooy.
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Jacques MaraisGreat stuff. Julle kan baie trots wees op julle seun

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