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Conradie keeps a cool head to win at Wingate

TSHWANE, 26 July 2017 – It was a lot more work than he bargained on, but the result was still the one Ruan Conradie was hoping for. The Pretoria rookie squandered a comfortable lead early in the final round of the Wingate Challenge, but came back to win in a play-off over Tristen Strydom.
Conradie closed with a 75 to set the target at 10-under-par 206, but Strydom birdied the closing hole for a 71 to force the overnight leader into a play-off at the end of regulation play at Wingate Park Country Club.
However, a poor tee shot from Strydom at the first extra hole opened the door for Conradie, who ended a day packed with drama and emotion with his fourth IGT Challenge Tour victory – and second successive title as a professional.
“I am so happy it’s over,” said the relieved champion. “This day was a real battle of attrition. I had to overcome a few demons, including this course, but I’ve done it. I’m done in, but so happy.”
His four stroke lead over Strydom at the start of the round stretched to six after Strydom bogeyed the opening hole and he birdied the second.
“All I had to do was keep a clean card, but instead I made a quadruple bogey at the fifth and dropped the ninth to open the floodgates to a wave of challengers,” Conradie said. 
“I hit a poor tee shot into the greenside bunker on the right at five and gummed the trap shot. The ball flew the green and I had to hit a flop-shot to the centre. Then I rammed the first putt well past the hole and needed three more putts to get the ball in the hole.
“Yes, I was angry and I to have a hard talk with myself. The pressure changed completely. I went from having a huge lead to leading by one. So, instead of protecting a lead, I had to change tactics and get aggressive to try to get a few shots between myself and the pack.”
Conradie made three solid pars, but surrendered another shot before the turn.
“Actually, that was a pretty good bogey,” said the Wanna Be A Champion Academy player. “My tee shot finished in a hazard, and I ended up holing a 10-footer for the bogey, so I actually walked off feeling good that I limited the damage.”
With nine holes to play, Conradie shared the lead at nine under with Ruan Korb and Maritz Wessels, while Strydom was three shots back after further bogeys at four and eight.
“I made a good two-putt birdie at 11 to pull one shot clear, but Tristen birdied three in a row from 11,” said Conradie. “While I made par after par, he birdied 15, had a double at 16, but finished birdie, birdie to tie me for the lead.”
Strydom’s birdie at the last sent the pair back to the 18th tee, where Conradie drove it straight down the middle, leaving himself 150 metres left to the pin. Strydom’s monster drive veered right. He had 100 metres left, but his ball nestled down in the second cut.
“I hit pitching wedge to the middle of the green, but I caught it a bit hard,” Conradie said. “The ball pitched next to the flag and rolled off the back of the green. Tristen duffed his second and it stopped 10 metres short of the green. His chip also trickled off the back of the green and after he two-putted for par. I had two putts left for a birdie and the win. I lagged it to three inches and tapped in.”
The fourth win certainly did not come easy. It took overtime to end a taut struggle with Strydom, but the reward was pretty sweet.
“Two in a row is pretty fantastic,” said Conradie. “To sleep on the lead, almost lose it and coping with all that pressure to pull it through makes it even sweeter. But the sweetest thing is pulling level with my brother. Now we both have four wins, so Estiaan better know, the race is on for the next one.”

FINAL RESULT (top 20)
206 - Ruan Conradie 66 65 75 *play-off 1st hole
206 - Tristen Strydom 65 70 71
207 - Ruan Korb 68 71 68, Maritz Wessels 69 67 71
210 - Paul Boshoff 70 69 71
212 - JP Cooper AMA 72 72 68, Estiaan Conradie 73 66 73
213 - Kyle Barker 72 71 70
215 - Quintin Crause 70 72 73, Theunis Bezuidenhout AMA 72 69 74
216 - Jason Roets 73 71 72, Keaton Slatter AMA 74 68 74, Jacques Cloete AMA 75 67 74
219 - Deon Bredenkamp 75 71 73, Ivanna Samu 67 79 73, Xander Basson AMA 71 73 75, Louis Albertse AMA 69 75 75
220 - Leon Visser AMA 73 74 73, Teboho Sefatsa 73 71 76
221 - Donald Thompson AMA 71 72 78

PHOTO - Ruan Conradie; credit CJ du Plooy.

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Conradie keeps a cool head to win at Wingate

TSHWANE, 26 July 2017 – It was a lot more work than he bargained on, but the result was still the one Ruan Conradie was hoping for. The Pretoria rookie squandered a comfortable lead early in the final round of the Wingate Challenge, but came back to win in a play-off over Tristen Strydom.
Conradie closed with a 75 to set the target at 10-under-par 206, but Strydom birdied the closing hole for a 71 to force the overnight leader into a play-off at the end of regulation play at Wingate Park Country Club.
However, a poor tee shot from Strydom at the first extra hole opened the door for Conradie, who ended a day packed with drama and emotion with his fourth IGT Challenge Tour victory – and second successive title as a professional.
“I am so happy it’s over,” said the relieved champion. “This day was a real battle of attrition. I had to overcome a few demons, including this course, but I’ve done it. I’m done in, but so happy.”
His four stroke lead over Strydom at the start of the round stretched to six after Strydom bogeyed the opening hole and he birdied the second.
“All I had to do was keep a clean card, but instead I made a quadruple bogey at the fifth and dropped the ninth to open the floodgates to a wave of challengers,” Conradie said.
“I hit a poor tee shot into the greenside bunker on the right at five and gummed the trap shot. The ball flew the green and I had to hit a flop-shot to the centre. Then I rammed the first putt well past the hole and needed three more putts to get the ball in the hole.
“Yes, I was angry and I to have a hard talk with myself. The pressure changed completely. I went from having a huge lead to leading by one. So, instead of protecting a lead, I had to change tactics and get aggressive to try to get a few shots between myself and the pack.”
Conradie made three solid pars, but surrendered another shot before the turn.
“Actually, that was a pretty good bogey,” said the Wanna Be A Champion Academy player. “My tee shot finished in a hazard, and I ended up holing a 10-footer for the bogey, so I actually walked off feeling good that I limited the damage.”
With nine holes to play, Conradie shared the lead at nine under with Ruan Korb and Maritz Wessels, while Strydom was three shots back after further bogeys at four and eight.
“I made a good two-putt birdie at 11 to pull one shot clear, but Tristen birdied three in a row from 11,” said Conradie. “While I made par after par, he birdied 15, had a double at 16, but finished birdie, birdie to tie me for the lead.”
Strydom’s birdie at the last sent the pair back to the 18th tee, where Conradie drove it straight down the middle, leaving himself 150 metres left to the pin. Strydom’s monster drive veered right. He had 100 metres left, but his ball nestled down in the second cut.
“I hit pitching wedge to the middle of the green, but I caught it a bit hard,” Conradie said. “The ball pitched next to the flag and rolled off the back of the green. Tristen duffed his second and it stopped 10 metres short of the green. His chip also trickled off the back of the green and after he two-putted for par. I had two putts left for a birdie and the win. I lagged it to three inches and tapped in.”
The fourth win certainly did not come easy. It took overtime to end a taut struggle with Strydom, but the reward was pretty sweet.
“Two in a row is pretty fantastic,” said Conradie. “To sleep on the lead, almost lose it and coping with all that pressure to pull it through makes it even sweeter. But the sweetest thing is pulling level with my brother. Now we both have four wins, so Estiaan better know, the race is on for the next one.”

FINAL RESULT (top 20)
206 - Ruan Conradie 66 65 75 *play-off 1st hole
206 - Tristen Strydom 65 70 71
207 - Ruan Korb 68 71 68, Maritz Wessels 69 67 71
210 - Paul Boshoff 70 69 71
212 - JP Cooper AMA 72 72 68, Estiaan Conradie 73 66 73
213 - Kyle Barker 72 71 70
215 - Quintin Crause 70 72 73, Theunis Bezuidenhout AMA 72 69 74
216 - Jason Roets 73 71 72, Keaton Slatter AMA 74 68 74, Jacques Cloete AMA 75 67 74
219 - Deon Bredenkamp 75 71 73, Ivanna Samu 67 79 73, Xander Basson AMA 71 73 75, Louis Albertse AMA 69 75 75
220 - Leon Visser AMA 73 74 73, Teboho Sefatsa 73 71 76
221 - Donald Thompson AMA 71 72 78

PHOTO - Ruan Conradie; credit CJ du Plooy.

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Ruan Conradie won the play-off and Wingate Challenge on a score of 10 under par.

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Ruan Conradie won the play-off and Wingate Challenge on a score of 10 under par.

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Tristen Strydom and Ruan Conradie in a play-off

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Conradie leads the title charge at Wingate

TSHWANE, 25 July 2017 – Ruan Conradie shot a season-best 65 to take a four shot lead into the final day of the IGT Challenge Tour’s Wingate Challenge at his home course.
It’s less than a week since the Pretoria rookie broke through for his maiden professional title in the Services Challenge and the seven under par effort at Wingate Park Country Club on Tuesday paved the way for a fourth victory on the country’s premier development golf circuit.
The 21-year-old began the day one off the pace, but made an early move with an eagle at the par five second and birdie at the third to leapfrog Tristen Strydom for the lead. He added another birdie at nine and made four more after the turn to move to 13-under-par 131.
“Getting an eagle at the second hole put a smile on my face right at the beginning of my round,” said the Wanna Be A Champion Academy player. “I hit an eight iron in and it stopped four feet behind the hole and putting that putt away really set the tone for the round.
“I played pretty good out there. I hit a lot of fairways and greens and I tried to play smart on the par fives. If you can birdie those, you can easily shoot a low score. Both nines were solid, except for a soft bogey at 10. 
“The front nine is slightly trickier than the back nine, so all you want to do after a four under front nine is to play shot for shot and not think about the score on the way home. I left some three to four foot birdie chances out there but gave myself a lot of birdie putts, too, and took advantage when the chance came my way.”
Strydom, chasing his fifth IGT Challenge Tour title, had five birdies and an eagle at the par five 15th on his card and was still in a buoyant mood, despite shooting 70.
“I had a double at the ninth and dropped a couple on the back nine, but I still played some solid golf,” he said. “No reason to feel glum; I live to fight another day.”
Maritz Wessels birdied 18 for 67 to finish in third on his own, three shots clear of Conradie’s brother Estiaan and fellow Pretoria golfers Ruan Korb and Paul Boshoff. The younger Conradie fired a 66, Korb shot 71 and Boshoff returned a 69.
Meanwhile Wingate Park Country Club golf course superintendent Pieter Cooper will have to take another day off after making the cut. The Gauteng North mid-amateur followed an opening 75 with a 71 to pull within two shots of his 19-year-old amateur son, JP Cooper, who carded successive rounds of 72 at his home course to tie for 14th at 144.
 
SECOND ROUND SCORES (Top 20)
131 - Ruan Conradie 66 65
135 - Tristen Strydom 65 70
136 - Maritz Wessels 69 67
139 - Ruan Korb 68 71, Estiaan Conradie 73 66, Paul Boshoff 70 69
141 - Theunis Bezuidenhout AMA 72 69
142 - Jacques Cloete AMA 75 67, Keaton Slatter AMA 74 68, Quintin Crause 70 72
143 - Donald Thompson AMA 71 72, Kyle Barker 72 71, Ruhan van Dijk AMA 70 73
144 – JP Cooper AMA 72 72, Louis Albertse AMA 69 75, Jason Roets 73 71, Mpho Mafishe 75 69, Xander Basson AMA 71 73, Teboho Sefatsa 73 71
146 - Ivanna Samu 67 79, Tokkie Van Den Berg 73 73, Pieter Copper AMA 75 71, Deon Bredenkamp 75 71

PHOTO – Ruan Conradie; credit CJ du Plooy.

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Conradie leads the title charge at Wingate

TSHWANE, 25 July 2017 – Ruan Conradie shot a season-best 65 to take a four shot lead into the final day of the IGT Challenge Tour’s Wingate Challenge at his home course.
It’s less than a week since the Pretoria rookie broke through for his maiden professional title in the Services Challenge and the seven under par effort at Wingate Park Country Club on Tuesday paved the way for a fourth victory on the country’s premier development golf circuit.
The 21-year-old began the day one off the pace, but made an early move with an eagle at the par five second and birdie at the third to leapfrog Tristen Strydom for the lead. He added another birdie at nine and made four more after the turn to move to 13-under-par 131.
“Getting an eagle at the second hole put a smile on my face right at the beginning of my round,” said the Wanna Be A Champion Academy player. “I hit an eight iron in and it stopped four feet behind the hole and putting that putt away really set the tone for the round.
“I played pretty good out there. I hit a lot of fairways and greens and I tried to play smart on the par fives. If you can birdie those, you can easily shoot a low score. Both nines were solid, except for a soft bogey at 10.
“The front nine is slightly trickier than the back nine, so all you want to do after a four under front nine is to play shot for shot and not think about the score on the way home. I left some three to four foot birdie chances out there but gave myself a lot of birdie putts, too, and took advantage when the chance came my way.”
Strydom, chasing his fifth IGT Challenge Tour title, had five birdies and an eagle at the par five 15th on his card and was still in a buoyant mood, despite shooting 70.
“I had a double at the ninth and dropped a couple on the back nine, but I still played some solid golf,” he said. “No reason to feel glum; I live to fight another day.”
Maritz Wessels birdied 18 for 67 to finish in third on his own, three shots clear of Conradie’s brother Estiaan and fellow Pretoria golfers Ruan Korb and Paul Boshoff. The younger Conradie fired a 66, Korb shot 71 and Boshoff returned a 69.
Meanwhile Wingate Park Country Club golf course superintendent Pieter Cooper will have to take another day off after making the cut. The Gauteng North mid-amateur followed an opening 75 with a 71 to pull within two shots of his 19-year-old amateur son, JP Cooper, who carded successive rounds of 72 at his home course to tie for 14th at 144.

SECOND ROUND SCORES (Top 20)
131 - Ruan Conradie 66 65
135 - Tristen Strydom 65 70
136 - Maritz Wessels 69 67
139 - Ruan Korb 68 71, Estiaan Conradie 73 66, Paul Boshoff 70 69
141 - Theunis Bezuidenhout AMA 72 69
142 - Jacques Cloete AMA 75 67, Keaton Slatter AMA 74 68, Quintin Crause 70 72
143 - Donald Thompson AMA 71 72, Kyle Barker 72 71, Ruhan van Dijk AMA 70 73
144 – JP Cooper AMA 72 72, Louis Albertse AMA 69 75, Jason Roets 73 71, Mpho Mafishe 75 69, Xander Basson AMA 71 73, Teboho Sefatsa 73 71
146 - Ivanna Samu 67 79, Tokkie Van Den Berg 73 73, Pieter Copper AMA 75 71, Deon Bredenkamp 75 71

PHOTO – Ruan Conradie; credit CJ du Plooy.

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Ruan Conradie leads Day 2 of Wingate Challenge on 13 under par.

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Ruan Conradie leads Day 2 of Wingate Challenge on 13 under par.

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4 under for Ruan Conradie on the front 9 on Day 2 of Wingate Challenge to take the lead on 10 under par for the tournament.

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4 under for Ruan Conradie on the front 9 on Day 2 of Wingate Challenge to take the lead on 10 under par for the tournament.

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Strydom sweeps into Wingate Challenge lead

TSHWANE, 24 July 2017 – A birdie blitz on the back nine at Wingate Park Country Club earned two-time IGT Challenge Tour winner Tristen Strydom the first round lead in the Wingate Challenge on Monday.
The Pretoria golfer set a furious pace on the opening day as he racked up six birdies in his last seven holes for a seven-under-par 65.
Although his target remained unchallenged, fellow Pretoria pro Ruan Conradie eagled the par five 15th and birdied the 18th for a 66 and Sunshine Ladies Tour campaigner Ivanna Samu from Ruimsig reeled in four birdies down the back stretch to get within two shots of the lead.
Ruan Korb from Silver Lakes secured fourth with a 68, while amateur Louis Albertse and Maritz Wessels rounded out the top five with a pair of 69s.
Given Strydom’s track record, the chasing pack will have to pull out all the stops to keep him from adding to his silverware haul on the country’s premier golf development circuit.
Strydom dominated the South African Golf Association Open Amateur rankings in 2014, but was side-lined for most of 2015 due to back injury. Before the injury he won his maiden IGT Challenge Tour title in his fourth start in 2014 and as soon as he came off the bench, was back to his winning ways with victories in the Irene Challenge, the Wingate Challenge and Race to Q-School at Sun City last year.
Strydom has been campaigning in the United States since the end of March, but he didn’t waste any time to make his presence felt in his first start this season.
“I played the front loop well, very solid,” said Strydom. “I had a two-putt birdie at the par five and knocked in 15-footer at the third for birdie. No real chances from four to seven, but I missed putts inside eight feet for birdies at the eighth and nine holes.
“I turned two under and made a solid par at 10, but then I two poor shots at 11 for my only bogey. I was not pleased with myself after that messy hole, but Kyle (Lundy) did a great job to get my head back in the game.”
Strydom chipped in from short of the green at the par four 12th to launch the four-birdie run that set him up for the lead.
“At the 13th, I made a great up-and-down for birdie after just missing the green and I holed a 25-footer for birdie at 14,” he said. “I was just short of the green again with my second at par five (15), but I chipped it close and made the putt for birdie and rocked home another birdie.
“I two-putted for birdie at the short hole (16) and holed another long one, almost 20 feet, at 17. At the last hole, I was on the green for two. I had about 25 feet left for eagle and the putt stopped just short of the hole, leaving me with a tap-in for birdie.”
Strydom entered this week and the Waterkloof Challenge next week to keep competitive and to build some confidence before he heads back to the United States.
“I went to the States to gain some international experience,” Strydom said. “I competed on mini-tours like the Adams Tour and GProTour and I played the Monday Qualifiers for the Web.com Tour (feeder tour for the PGA Tour) for the last four months.
“The Monday Qualifiers are birdie shoot-outs. You’re up against a lot of the guys that are former PGA or Web.com Tour pros that lost their cards, so you have to shoot very low to qualify. I came close twice. I shot 66 and missed the cut by one and missed by two shots in the other.
“It’s great to have a circuit at home as competitive as those abroad to stay in tournament shape. My aim is just to keep on improving until I can break onto the Web.com Tour and work my way to the PGA Tour. You learn a lot about yourself and you mature fast when you’re abroad on your own, but his time Kyle is coming with me. I think I’ll do even better having a best friend over there for company and encouragement.”
 
FIRST ROUND SCORES (top 20)
65 - Tristen Strydom
66 - Ruan Conradie
67 - Ivanna Samu
68 - Ruan Korb
69 - Maritz Wessels, Louis Albertse AMA
70 - Paul Boshoff, Quintin Crause, Ruhan van Dijk AMA
71 - Xander Basson AMA, Arno Pretorius AMA, Donald Thompson AMA, Jade Buitendag
72 - JP Cooper AMA, Kyle Barker, Peetie van der Merwe AMA, Theunis Bezuidenhout AMA
73 - Leon Visser AMA, Teboho Sefatsa, Michael Schutz, Shaun van Tonder, Estiaan Conradie, Jason Roets, Tertius van den Berg

PHOTO - Tristen Strydom; credit CJ du Plooy.

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Strydom sweeps into Wingate Challenge lead

TSHWANE, 24 July 2017 – A birdie blitz on the back nine at Wingate Park Country Club earned two-time IGT Challenge Tour winner Tristen Strydom the first round lead in the Wingate Challenge on Monday.
The Pretoria golfer set a furious pace on the opening day as he racked up six birdies in his last seven holes for a seven-under-par 65.
Although his target remained unchallenged, fellow Pretoria pro Ruan Conradie eagled the par five 15th and birdied the 18th for a 66 and Sunshine Ladies Tour campaigner Ivanna Samu from Ruimsig reeled in four birdies down the back stretch to get within two shots of the lead.
Ruan Korb from Silver Lakes secured fourth with a 68, while amateur Louis Albertse and Maritz Wessels rounded out the top five with a pair of 69s.
Given Strydom’s track record, the chasing pack will have to pull out all the stops to keep him from adding to his silverware haul on the country’s premier golf development circuit.
Strydom dominated the South African Golf Association Open Amateur rankings in 2014, but was side-lined for most of 2015 due to back injury. Before the injury he won his maiden IGT Challenge Tour title in his fourth start in 2014 and as soon as he came off the bench, was back to his winning ways with victories in the Irene Challenge, the Wingate Challenge and Race to Q-School at Sun City last year.
Strydom has been campaigning in the United States since the end of March, but he didn’t waste any time to make his presence felt in his first start this season.
“I played the front loop well, very solid,” said Strydom. “I had a two-putt birdie at the par five and knocked in 15-footer at the third for birdie. No real chances from four to seven, but I missed putts inside eight feet for birdies at the eighth and nine holes.
“I turned two under and made a solid par at 10, but then I two poor shots at 11 for my only bogey. I was not pleased with myself after that messy hole, but Kyle (Lundy) did a great job to get my head back in the game.”
Strydom chipped in from short of the green at the par four 12th to launch the four-birdie run that set him up for the lead.
“At the 13th, I made a great up-and-down for birdie after just missing the green and I holed a 25-footer for birdie at 14,” he said. “I was just short of the green again with my second at par five (15), but I chipped it close and made the putt for birdie and rocked home another birdie.
“I two-putted for birdie at the short hole (16) and holed another long one, almost 20 feet, at 17. At the last hole, I was on the green for two. I had about 25 feet left for eagle and the putt stopped just short of the hole, leaving me with a tap-in for birdie.”
Strydom entered this week and the Waterkloof Challenge next week to keep competitive and to build some confidence before he heads back to the United States.
“I went to the States to gain some international experience,” Strydom said. “I competed on mini-tours like the Adams Tour and GProTour and I played the Monday Qualifiers for the Web.com Tour (feeder tour for the PGA Tour) for the last four months.
“The Monday Qualifiers are birdie shoot-outs. You’re up against a lot of the guys that are former PGA or Web.com Tour pros that lost their cards, so you have to shoot very low to qualify. I came close twice. I shot 66 and missed the cut by one and missed by two shots in the other.
“It’s great to have a circuit at home as competitive as those abroad to stay in tournament shape. My aim is just to keep on improving until I can break onto the Web.com Tour and work my way to the PGA Tour. You learn a lot about yourself and you mature fast when you’re abroad on your own, but his time Kyle is coming with me. I think I’ll do even better having a best friend over there for company and encouragement.”

FIRST ROUND SCORES (top 20)
65 - Tristen Strydom
66 - Ruan Conradie
67 - Ivanna Samu
68 - Ruan Korb
69 - Maritz Wessels, Louis Albertse AMA
70 - Paul Boshoff, Quintin Crause, Ruhan van Dijk AMA
71 - Xander Basson AMA, Arno Pretorius AMA, Donald Thompson AMA, Jade Buitendag
72 - JP Cooper AMA, Kyle Barker, Peetie van der Merwe AMA, Theunis Bezuidenhout AMA
73 - Leon Visser AMA, Teboho Sefatsa, Michael Schutz, Shaun van Tonder, Estiaan Conradie, Jason Roets, Tertius van den Berg

PHOTO - Tristen Strydom; credit CJ du Plooy.

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Tristen Strydom shot a 7 under par on Day 1 of Wingate Challenge

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Tristen Strydom shot a 7 under par on Day 1 of Wingate Challenge

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