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IGT Waterkloof ChallengeJuly 31, 2017, 7:00amWaterkloof Golf ClubWaterkloof Golf Club
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Bright has maiden IGT win in sight

TSHWANE, 27 June 2017 – Matt Bright took a huge step towards an IGT Challenge Tour breakthrough when he opened up a yawning five shot lead over Sunshine Tour winner Merrick Bremner in the Woodhill Challenge.
The 23-year-old Pretoria golfer moved to 12 under on Tuesday, courtesy of a second round 68 that included half-a-dozen birdies at Woodhill Country Club.
Although not nearly as explosive as his flawless first round 64, Bright was nonetheless happy to post another sub-par round and was upbeat about his chances.
“It’s a nice cushion to sleep on, but I won’t get complacent,” said Bright. “I putted well, but I didn’t sink as many putts today and the driver wasn’t as sharp. It’s tough to follow a low round with another, but I’m pleased that I kept it in play and hit a lot of greens in regulation.
“The conditions were tougher with the wind up, but I played solid golf. I didn’t have any spectacular moments; just made some good birdie putts and good pars. I made a great save at the 12th after I hit flew the green with my tee shot. I pitched it to three feet and made the putt to keep the round going.
“Hopefully I can shoot another low one in the final round to put some pressure on the guys behind me. Merrick almost went really low today and Louis de Jager cashed in on the low round of the day with a 66. Both of them won on the IGT Challenge Tour in the last couple of months. 
“If I can get to 16 under, it will put pressure on the pack. They will have to shoot at least 66 or lower to catch me. And if someone does that, they deserve to win.”
Bremner claimed successive victories on the country’s premier golf development circuit in April.
His round had the makings of a pacesetting score after a trio of eagles, but the Els Club Copperleaf golfer let himself down with a double bogey at six and further drops at eight, 10, 12 and 16. A birdie-birdie finish helped Bremner to second and he leads by one stroke form Kenya’s Stefan Engell Andersen and Pretoria rookie Ruan Conradie.
Engell Anderson tidied up for a 69 after a bogey start, while Conradie – hunting his first professional title after two turns in the winner’s circle as an amateur – cancelled a double bogey at 11 and bogeys at 15 and 16 with a quartet of birdies for an even-par 72.
Sunshine Tour campaigner Jake Redman reeled in four birdies on the back nine for a 68 to move into a tie for fifth with Mpumalanga amateur Peetie van der Merwe (69) and yet another local rookie, Ruan Korb (70).
Meanwhile rookie Ivanna Samu signed for a 74 to join Nobuhle Dlamini from Swaziland at 11 over 153, while fellow Sunshine Ladies Tour player Mae Cornforth shot 76 to finish a further three shots back. 

SECOND ROUND SCORES (top 20)
132 - Matt Bright 64 68
137 - Merrick Bremner 69 68
138 - Ruan Conradie 66 72, Stefan Engell Andersen (KEN) 69 69
140 - Jake Redman 72 68, Peetie van der Merwe AMA 71 69, Ruan Korb 70 70
141 - Louis de Jager 75 66
142 - Michael Kok AMA 72 70
143 - Conway Kunneke 75 68
144 - Dylan Kok AMA 73 71, Paul Boshoff 72 72
145 - Estiaan Conradie 71 74, Armand van Dyk AMA 74 71
146 - Jason Roets 71 75, Nicholaus Frade AMA 75 71, Quintin Wilsnach 75 71, Theunis Bezuidenhout AMA 75 71, Albert Visser 73 73, Richard Kruger AMA 68 78

PHOTO – Matt Bright; credit CJ du Plooy.

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Bright has maiden IGT win in sight

TSHWANE, 27 June 2017 – Matt Bright took a huge step towards an IGT Challenge Tour breakthrough when he opened up a yawning five shot lead over Sunshine Tour winner Merrick Bremner in the Woodhill Challenge.
The 23-year-old Pretoria golfer moved to 12 under on Tuesday, courtesy of a second round 68 that included half-a-dozen birdies at Woodhill Country Club.
Although not nearly as explosive as his flawless first round 64, Bright was nonetheless happy to post another sub-par round and was upbeat about his chances.
“It’s a nice cushion to sleep on, but I won’t get complacent,” said Bright. “I putted well, but I didn’t sink as many putts today and the driver wasn’t as sharp. It’s tough to follow a low round with another, but I’m pleased that I kept it in play and hit a lot of greens in regulation.
“The conditions were tougher with the wind up, but I played solid golf. I didn’t have any spectacular moments; just made some good birdie putts and good pars. I made a great save at the 12th after I hit flew the green with my tee shot. I pitched it to three feet and made the putt to keep the round going.
“Hopefully I can shoot another low one in the final round to put some pressure on the guys behind me. Merrick almost went really low today and Louis de Jager cashed in on the low round of the day with a 66. Both of them won on the IGT Challenge Tour in the last couple of months.
“If I can get to 16 under, it will put pressure on the pack. They will have to shoot at least 66 or lower to catch me. And if someone does that, they deserve to win.”
Bremner claimed successive victories on the country’s premier golf development circuit in April.
His round had the makings of a pacesetting score after a trio of eagles, but the Els Club Copperleaf golfer let himself down with a double bogey at six and further drops at eight, 10, 12 and 16. A birdie-birdie finish helped Bremner to second and he leads by one stroke form Kenya’s Stefan Engell Andersen and Pretoria rookie Ruan Conradie.
Engell Anderson tidied up for a 69 after a bogey start, while Conradie – hunting his first professional title after two turns in the winner’s circle as an amateur – cancelled a double bogey at 11 and bogeys at 15 and 16 with a quartet of birdies for an even-par 72.
Sunshine Tour campaigner Jake Redman reeled in four birdies on the back nine for a 68 to move into a tie for fifth with Mpumalanga amateur Peetie van der Merwe (69) and yet another local rookie, Ruan Korb (70).
Meanwhile rookie Ivanna Samu signed for a 74 to join Nobuhle Dlamini from Swaziland at 11 over 153, while fellow Sunshine Ladies Tour player Mae Cornforth shot 76 to finish a further three shots back.

SECOND ROUND SCORES (top 20)
132 - Matt Bright 64 68
137 - Merrick Bremner 69 68
138 - Ruan Conradie 66 72, Stefan Engell Andersen (KEN) 69 69
140 - Jake Redman 72 68, Peetie van der Merwe AMA 71 69, Ruan Korb 70 70
141 - Louis de Jager 75 66
142 - Michael Kok AMA 72 70
143 - Conway Kunneke 75 68
144 - Dylan Kok AMA 73 71, Paul Boshoff 72 72
145 - Estiaan Conradie 71 74, Armand van Dyk AMA 74 71
146 - Jason Roets 71 75, Nicholaus Frade AMA 75 71, Quintin Wilsnach 75 71, Theunis Bezuidenhout AMA 75 71, Albert Visser 73 73, Richard Kruger AMA 68 78

PHOTO – Matt Bright; credit CJ du Plooy.

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Matt Bright fights for his maiden win after leading Day 2 on 12 under par.

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Matt Bright fights for his maiden win after leading Day 2 on 12 under par.

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Great photo Liedeke De Klerk

Ruan Conradie leads with 9 under par after a 33 on the front 9 on Day 2 of Woodhill Challenge.

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Ruan Conradie leads with 9 under par after a 33 on the front 9 on Day 2 of Woodhill Challenge.

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Nothing dull about Bright’s effort at Woodhill

TSHWANE, 26 June 2017 – Pretoria’s Matt Bright produced a flawless eight-under-par 64 at Woodhill Country Club to seize the first round lead in the Woodhill Challenge on Monday.
The 23-year-old entrepreneur drained birdie putts at the second, third and fifth holes to set the tone for his 10th start on the IGT Challenge Tour this season and followed a trio of gains from 11 with an eagle two at 14 to open up a two shot lead on Wingate rookie Ruan Conradie.
Another Pretoria prospect, amateur Richard Kruger, shot 68 to move to third, while Sunshine Tour winner Merrick Bremner and seasoned campaigner Stefan Engell Anderson from Kenya rounded out the top five on three under.
Having to juggle his desire to graduate to the Sunshine Tour with his burgeoning steel fabrication business comes with a price. Unhappy with his game after a three-week stint on the country’s premier golf development circuit in May, Bright took a month off to work on his game.
“I had a solid top 10 finish at Pecanwood, but I wasn’t happy with my game after Randpark and Waterkloof,” said the self-made owner of SteelStuff, a shop fitting enterprise. 
“I live very close to the Elsie de Villiers Sports Grounds and I spent every spare minute at the Tuks Driving Range work on the game and I felt some confidence teeing it up this week.”
The Pretoria native needed only 26 putts in his pacesetting round.
“I had a nice start with a good drive up the right at the first and I hit sand-wedge to 15 feet, but just missed the birdie chance,” he said. “At the second, I hit it close and made the putt to get going.
“I made a great chip-and-putt for birdie at the first par five after clearing the bunkers on the right off the tee and I took advantage of the second par five to get to three under. Just played some solid golf to the turn. I hit a lot of fairways and if I missed, it wasn’t by much.”
And he kept the momentum going around the turn.
“I parred 10 and followed a good drive down 11 with a nine-iron to 12 feet for a two-putt birdie,” Bright said. “At the short hole, I eased off a nine-iron. I felt it was too much club, but I ended up with a semi-plugged lie in the bank that fronts the green, just beyond the water. 
“I made great contact with the ball and chipped it in for another birdie. I hit my tee shot up the left at 13 and hit wedge to 15 feet right of the hole and made that birdie putt, as well. At 12, I drove it down the right and I was just off the fairway. I had to get over a tree, but it didn’t really bother me. I had 100 to the flag and I liked the look of the pin on the right. The shot came out perfect, bounced twice on the green and disappeared down the hole.
“You always feel you’ve left something out there if you don’t birdie all the par fives, so I was a little disappointed to make five at 17, especially after I pitched it to five feet, but the putt just lipped the hole. I’m more than pleased with the score, though. I am striking the ball really well again and I got a good feel for the greens. This is a really good start.”
Sunshine Ladies Tour campaigner Nobuhle Dlamini led the ladies field with a four under 76. The big-hitting Swazi golfer is three shots clear of rookie Ivanna Samu and four ahead of Mae Cornforth.

FIRST ROUND SCORES (top 20)
64 - Matt Bright
66 - Ruan Conradie
68 - Richard Kruger AMA
69 - Merrick Bremner, Stefan Engell Andersen (KEN)
70 - Ruan Korb
71 - Peetie Vd Merwe AMA, Estiaan Conradie, Jason Roets
72 - Paul Boshoff, Michael Kok AMA, Jake Redman, Clinton Grobler, Callum John Mowat
73 - Christopher de Beer AMA, Dawid Opperman AMA, Albert Visser, Bradley Diggeden AMA, Leon Vorster AMA, Jade Buitendag, Ruan de Smidt, Dylan Kok AMA

PHOTO - Matt Bright; credit CJ du Plooy.

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Nothing dull about Bright’s effort at Woodhill

TSHWANE, 26 June 2017 – Pretoria’s Matt Bright produced a flawless eight-under-par 64 at Woodhill Country Club to seize the first round lead in the Woodhill Challenge on Monday.
The 23-year-old entrepreneur drained birdie putts at the second, third and fifth holes to set the tone for his 10th start on the IGT Challenge Tour this season and followed a trio of gains from 11 with an eagle two at 14 to open up a two shot lead on Wingate rookie Ruan Conradie.
Another Pretoria prospect, amateur Richard Kruger, shot 68 to move to third, while Sunshine Tour winner Merrick Bremner and seasoned campaigner Stefan Engell Anderson from Kenya rounded out the top five on three under.
Having to juggle his desire to graduate to the Sunshine Tour with his burgeoning steel fabrication business comes with a price. Unhappy with his game after a three-week stint on the country’s premier golf development circuit in May, Bright took a month off to work on his game.
“I had a solid top 10 finish at Pecanwood, but I wasn’t happy with my game after Randpark and Waterkloof,” said the self-made owner of SteelStuff, a shop fitting enterprise.
“I live very close to the Elsie de Villiers Sports Grounds and I spent every spare minute at the Tuks Driving Range work on the game and I felt some confidence teeing it up this week.”
The Pretoria native needed only 26 putts in his pacesetting round.
“I had a nice start with a good drive up the right at the first and I hit sand-wedge to 15 feet, but just missed the birdie chance,” he said. “At the second, I hit it close and made the putt to get going.
“I made a great chip-and-putt for birdie at the first par five after clearing the bunkers on the right off the tee and I took advantage of the second par five to get to three under. Just played some solid golf to the turn. I hit a lot of fairways and if I missed, it wasn’t by much.”
And he kept the momentum going around the turn.
“I parred 10 and followed a good drive down 11 with a nine-iron to 12 feet for a two-putt birdie,” Bright said. “At the short hole, I eased off a nine-iron. I felt it was too much club, but I ended up with a semi-plugged lie in the bank that fronts the green, just beyond the water.
“I made great contact with the ball and chipped it in for another birdie. I hit my tee shot up the left at 13 and hit wedge to 15 feet right of the hole and made that birdie putt, as well. At 12, I drove it down the right and I was just off the fairway. I had to get over a tree, but it didn’t really bother me. I had 100 to the flag and I liked the look of the pin on the right. The shot came out perfect, bounced twice on the green and disappeared down the hole.
“You always feel you’ve left something out there if you don’t birdie all the par fives, so I was a little disappointed to make five at 17, especially after I pitched it to five feet, but the putt just lipped the hole. I’m more than pleased with the score, though. I am striking the ball really well again and I got a good feel for the greens. This is a really good start.”
Sunshine Ladies Tour campaigner Nobuhle Dlamini led the ladies field with a four under 76. The big-hitting Swazi golfer is three shots clear of rookie Ivanna Samu and four ahead of Mae Cornforth.

FIRST ROUND SCORES (top 20)
64 - Matt Bright
66 - Ruan Conradie
68 - Richard Kruger AMA
69 - Merrick Bremner, Stefan Engell Andersen (KEN)
70 - Ruan Korb
71 - Peetie Vd Merwe AMA, Estiaan Conradie, Jason Roets
72 - Paul Boshoff, Michael Kok AMA, Jake Redman, Clinton Grobler, Callum John Mowat
73 - Christopher de Beer AMA, Dawid Opperman AMA, Albert Visser, Bradley Diggeden AMA, Leon Vorster AMA, Jade Buitendag, Ruan de Smidt, Dylan Kok AMA

PHOTO - Matt Bright; credit CJ du Plooy.

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Matt Bright finished on a score of 8 under par to lead Day 1 of Woodhill Challenge

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Matt Bright finished on a score of 8 under par to lead Day 1 of Woodhill Challenge

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I played with this Dude at Randpark IGT , true player and a gentleman.

Day 1 Photos of Woodhill Challenge

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Well done my angel Good luck for today

Baie trots op jou jong.

Lekker mnr !

Good Luck Michael van Rooyen ! 😄

Dawid Opperman leads Day 1 at Woodhill Challenge.

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Dawid Opperman leads Day 1 at Woodhill Challenge.

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Day 1 at a cold Woodhill Challenge

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See you guys at killarney country club

All the best boys!!

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Woodhill Challenge
Woodhill Country Club
26-28 June 2017

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Woodhill Challenge
Woodhill Country Club
26-28 June 2017

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