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IGT Challenge Tour is proud to announce our new Winners trophy. Each winner will receive the new trophy from June starting with the Zwartkop Match Play event from 30 May - 2 June "Where Good Players become Tour Players"

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IGT Challenge Tour is proud to announce our new Winners trophy. Each winner will receive the new trophy from June starting with the Zwartkop Match Play event from 30 May - 2 June

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IGT Wingate Challenge 23 - 25 May 2016 Wingate Park Country Club Winner Estiaan Conradie -6

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Conradie matches Haig with IGT Tour triple

TSHWANE, 25 May 2016 – A mere seven days after Anton Haig scored the IGT Tour’s first hat-trick this season, unheralded Gauteng North junior Estiaan Conradie matched Haig’s feat when he raced to a third victory on the country’s premier development Tour on Wednesday.
Conradie fired a seven-under-par 67 to win the Wingate Challenge at six under 210, finishing two strokes clear of first round leader Stephan Erasmus.
The 18-year-old upstart from Wingate Park not only matched Haig, but he went one better than the four-time international champion.
Haig claimed his maiden breakthrough in his sixth start at the ERPM Challenge in April and scored consecutive victories in the Houghton Challenge and Ruimsig Challenge to seal his hat-trick, but Conradie did it in just four starts.
His opening 75 at Wingate Park Country Club this week was a far cry from the first round 69 that set up a maiden win in February, or the 68 he fired at the Centurion Challenge in April that led to his second triumph.
A second round 70 lifted him to joint eighth, though, and the teenager started the final round six shots off the pace from fellow Pretoria amateur Teagan Moore.
He made a fast start with a trio of birdies, but three-putt four for a bogey at four and dropped another shot at seven after leaking his tee shot left into the trees.
“I got it back to one under after I boxed a 10-footer at the 10th and knocked in a three-footer for birdie at 13 to tie Stephan for the lead,” Conradie said. “I knew I could win it with two par fives coming up, but Stephan was playing behind me, so I knew I couldn’t afford any more mistakes.”
The Wanna Be A Champion player two-putted the par five 15th for birdie, but Erasmus responded with back-to-back gains at 14 and 15 to move two shots clear of Conradie.
“I hit my tee shot into the trees on the left at 17, but I managed to curl a chip shot around the trees and knocked it to 12 foot,” he said. “I made the putt and when Stephan dropped at 16, I had to go for the eagle at the last hole to put some pressure on him.
“I hit my drive left again but I got a hard bounce in the bunker and the ball bounced through. I hit a seven-iron into the green from 120 metres. I had a six-footer left feet and holed the eagle putt. Then I had to sit around and wait for Stephan to finish. The best I hoped for was a play-off, but he parred the last two holes for a 69 and the victory was mine.”
Last week, Conradie and older brother Ruan combined brilliantly to help Gauteng North win the annual Challenge Cup, but Conradie immediately taunted his sibling with his three IGT Tour wins as soon as the result was official.
“Ruan and I are really supportive of each other, but we are also very competitive,” Conradie said. “When one does well, it fires the other up. Last week Ruan was Gauteng North’s second most valuable player at the Challenge Cup and I had to hear all about it.
“He is ranked in the top 30 on the SAGA rankings and I’m around the 100 mark, but he is two years older so I am still catching up. We are both gunning for a maiden provincial win on the amateur circuit, but at least on the IGT Tour I have the upper-hand right now.”
Matthew Spacey mixed two birdies with a lone bogey for a 71 and a share of third with Moore, who signed for a 76.
Sunshine Ladies Tour rookie Carrie Park returned an even-par 72 to secure her fourth top five finish in six starts with a 72. Park tied for fifth with amateur Ruan Korb, who closed with a 75.
Conradie’s playing partners, brother Ruan (73) and Bonita Bredenhann from Namibia (72) tied for seventh with Duane Kean (74) and amateur Stefan Labuschagne, who fired a closing 67.

FINAL RESULT- top 20
210 - Estiaan Conradie AMA 75 70 65
212 - Stephan Erasmus AMA 69 74 69
215 - Matthew Spacey 70 74 71, Teagan Moore AMA 70 69 76
217 - Carrie Park 77 68 72, Ruan Korb AMA 72 70 75
218 - Stefan Labuschagne AMA 77 74 67, Bonita Bredenhann (NAM) 71 75 72, Ruan Conradie AMA 76 69 73, Duane Keun 70 74 74
220 - Bryce Myburgh 72 74 74
221 - Dwayne Coetzee 72 76 73, Christiaan Jonck 75 73 73, Simon Kruger 72 71 78
222 - Hilton Hughes AMA 79 70 73, LJ Lowies AMA 79 73 70, Johary Raveloarison (MDG) 72 76 74, Alex Botha AMA 74 72 76, Matthew Vogel 74 69 79
223 - Etienne Janse van Rensburg AMA 75 72 76, Ruhan van Dijk AMA 74 71 78

PHOTO – Estiaan Conradie; credit CJ du Plooy.

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The IGT Challenge Pro Tour Gauteng and IGT Tour Cape provides significant financial opportunities and incentives, and statistical feedback with a full playing schedule of more than 50 events (36-hole, 54-hole and 72-hole tournaments) that enables its members and non-members to perform at a high level in a strong competitive environment.
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IGT Pro Tour added 126 new photos to the album: IGT Wingate Challenge 23-25 May 2016 — with Fanie Wolmarans and Jandré Fullard.

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Amateur golfer Teagan Moore leads the IGT Pro Tour's Wingate Challenge 2016 on 5 under par by 3 strokes at the end of day 2! Moore is 3 shots ahead of his nearest rival Ruan Korb, another amateur on 2 under par. Krappie Kruger is the first Pro in contention on 1 under par in third spot. The third and final round takes place tomorrow morning from 7:20 am at the Wingate Golf Club. Please support our young talent!

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Moore motors to Wingate Challenge lead

TSHWANE, 24 May 2016 – A random bogey at 17 cost Teagan Moore a share of the lead on day one, but the Pretoria amateur got his just deserts when he helped himself to the second round lead in the IGT Tour’s Wingate Challenge on Tuesday.
The 22-year-old Centurion golfer picked up birdies at one and five, but was back to even-par after dropping shots at three and six. However, a pair of birdies at eight and nine took him through the turn at two under and he was able to offset a final bogey at 13 with a birdie at 15.
A final gain at 18 saw Moore home in three under 69 and he tops the heap at five-under-par 139.
Moore leads by one from fellow amateur Ruan Korb and finished four shots clear of Matthew Vogel, Simon Kruger and Stephan Erasmus.
Moore was in a similar situation when he led the first round of the Centurion Challenge six weeks ago. He fired an opening 66, but although he slipped from contention with a 70 in the second round, he rallied to claim a joint runner-up finish in the final round at Centurion Country Club. It was his best result for the season and the experience taught Moore a couple of valuable lessons.
“I was actually in a good position through 10 holes in that second round,” he said. “I had a couple of birdies and an eagle at 10, but then I double bogeyed 11 and I lost the plot for a while. I had two more birdies and bogeys on the way home, but I finished three off the pace when I should have held on to the lead.
“I struggled to get my focus back. It’s the little things that trip you up and that’s where you need to work harder. In the final round, I also dropped four shots, but I was able to stay in the moment and fight my way back to second. The bogey on 17 yesterday would have rattled me a month ago, but I just kept a cool head and made sure of the par at 18.
“You can’t control everything on the course. Sometimes you get a bad bounce or a bad lie and you have to roll with it. But your mental game is something you can control and that’s what I am working the hardest on at the moment.”
Overnight leader Erasmus carded a 74 to slip to joint third on one under with Vogel, who shot a 69 and Kruger, who posted a 71.
Matthew Spacey and Duane Keun logged a pair of 74s to tie for seventh at even-par 144.
Meanwhile Sunshine Ladies Tour rookie Carrie Park fired an eagle and three birdies to table the low round of the day. Park overhauled Namibia’s Bonita Bredenhann to lead the ladies challenge with a four under 68 and rocketed into the top 10.
Park shares eighth alongside amateurs Ruhan van Dijk and 2016 IGT Tour champions Ruan and Estiaan Conradie, who posted respective rounds of 71, 69 and 70.
Bredenhann ruined what could have been a solid round with a double bogey at six and drops at nine and 14. She signed for a 75 to finish at two over. Michelle Leigh posted a 74 to finish on the positive side of the cut, which fell at 15 over 159.

SECOND ROUND SCORES - TOP 20
139 - Teagan Moore AMA 70 69
142 - Ruan Korb AMA 72 70
143 - Stephan Erasmus AMA 69 74, Simon Kruger 72 71, Matthew Vogel 74 69
144 - Matthew Spacey 70 74, Duane Keun 70 74
145 - Ruhan van Dijk AMA 74 71, Carrie Park 77 68, Ruan Conradie AMA 76 69, Estiaan Conradie AMA 75 70
146 - Bonita Bredenhann (NAM) 71 75, Bryce Myburgh 72 74, Anthony Serrao AMA (POR) 75 71, Alex Botha AMA 74 72
147 - Albert Visser AMA 75 72, Etienne Janse van Rensburg AMA 75 72
148 - Christiaan Jonck 75 73, Dwayne Coetzee 72 76, Johary Raveloarison (MDG) 72 76, Eric Nel AMA 78 70

PHOTO – Teagan Moore; credit CJ du Plooy.

ABOUT THE IGT TOUR
The IGT Challenge Pro Tour launched in 2010 and has fast grown into South Africa’s premier developmental golf tour, offering a tailor-made gateway for amateurs aspiring to join the pro ranks.
The IGT Challenge Pro Tour Gauteng and IGT Tour Cape provides significant financial opportunities and incentives, and statistical feedback with a full playing schedule of more than 50 events (36-hole, 54-hole and 72-hole tournaments) that enables its members and non-members to perform at a high level in a strong competitive environment.
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Wingate Park Country Club day 2

IGT Pro Tour added 205 new photos to the album: IGT Wingate Challenge 23-25 May 2016 — with Roelof van Tonder and Matthias Wollmann.

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Amateur golfer Teagan Moore leads the IGT Pro Tour's Wingate Challenge 2016 on 5 under par by 3 strokes at the end of day 2!
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Amateur golfer Teagan Moore leads the IGT Pro Tour's Wingate Challenge 2016 on 5 under par by 3 strokes at the end of day 2!
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Amateur golfer Teagan Moore leads the IGT Pro Tour's Wingate Challenge 2016 on 5 under par by 3 strokes at the end of day 2!
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Amateur golfer Teagan Moore leads the IGT Pro Tour's Wingate Challenge 2016 on 5 under par by 3 strokes at the end of day 2!
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