Tournament Reports



Facebook Feed

Day 1 at RTQS #7 Randpark Bushwillow

Day 1 at RTQS #7 Randpark Bushwillow ... See MoreSee Less

27 minutes ago

HI guys, could you kindly tell me what time im teeing off tomorrow, my phone has some challenges ... See MoreSee Less

11 hours ago

Wingate Park Country Club 9th Hole

Wingate Park Country Club 9th Hole
RTQS #6 Wingate Park Country Club
Feature Hole
... See MoreSee Less

14 hours ago

Congratulations on Corne Bloem and Danelle Marais Fivaz on their wedding today. A blessed marriage for the two of you.

Congratulations on Corne Bloem and Danelle Bloem on their wedding today. A blessed marriage for the two of you. ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Corne Bloem danki vir uitnodiging✌🏼 wees geseend my vrienta❤️

Congra

Winning Formula ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

RTQS #6 Wingate Course Statistics ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

RTQS #6 Wingate Course Statistics ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

IGT Race to Q-School #7
Randpark Bushwillow
20-22 Nov 2017

IGT Race to Q-School #7
Randpark Bushwillow
20-22 Nov 2017
... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

RTQS #6 Wingate Course Statistics

RTQS #6 Wingate Course Statistics ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Winning Formula ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Memorable win for Moore at Wingate

TSHWANE, 15 November 2017 – Pretoria golfer Teagan Moore celebrated a maiden IGT Challenge Tour win in unusual circumstances at the sixth event in the Race to Q-School Series at Wingate Park Country Club on Wednesday.
“I’ll never forget this one,” said Moore with a smile as he lifted the trophy. “This is definitely the first time ever that I win a tournament without hitting a shot!”
The overnight leader was crowned the champion when organisers were forced to abandon the final round and reduce the event to 36 holes due to a lightning storm.
“Shortly after we arrived at the club this morning, a huge storm hit us,” said the 24-year-old Moore from Lynwood. “It settled in over the course and the weather services showed that it wasn’t going to budge. After a couple of hours the organisers decided to reduce the event to 36 holes.”
Moore set the first round target with a blistering seven-under-par 65 and protected his overnight lead with a three-under 69 in the second round. 
Sat on 10-under-par 134, the HPC Tuks Golf Academies player had a one shot lead over Estiaan Conradie, eager to hunt down a sixth individual title on the country’s premier golf development circuit at his home course.
“It was a pretty weird feeling when they came to tell me that I’ve won the tournament,” said Moore.
“You enter a 54-hole event and mentally that’s what you gear up for. You arrive at the course ready for that final round push and it kind of takes the wind out of your sails when they cancel it. It was disappointing, but it’s also exciting to get the first win in the bag. I played some great golf to get to 10 under and to hold the lead for two rounds and that was the pay-off.
“But it definitely has been two very trying days. The wind pumped in both rounds and they had to suspend play in the first round for lightning. Later they called it and the players had to return on Tuesday morning to finish their first round, while we already started the second round.
“I won’t blame Estiaan if he is a little upset with Mother Nature, but that’s the way the chips fell. This reminded me again that you have to play your best golf with every shot you hit and that you can’t leave anything out there.
“I’m really pleased. I played good, steady golf over 36 holes to lead over both rounds and it’s nice to get the first win under the belt. But hopefully the next one will go the distance.”
Moore banked a first place cheque worth R8 000, but a R4 000 pay-day helped to cement Conradie’s top spot in the Race to Q-School Order of Merit. He leads brother Ruan – also a five-time winner on the IGT Challenge Tour – by just over R5 000.
Andrew van der Knaap and Ruan Korb tied for third on eight-under-par 136, while the older Conradie sibling had to settle for a share of fifth with Free State amateur Juran Dreyer on 137.

PHOTO: Teagan Moore and Wingate Park Country Club Director of Golf Pieter Cooper; credit CJ du Plooy

Written and released by Lali Stander on behalf of the IGT Challenge Tour.

Memorable win for Moore at Wingate

TSHWANE, 15 November 2017 – Pretoria golfer Teagan Moore celebrated a maiden IGT Challenge Tour win in unusual circumstances at the sixth event in the Race to Q-School Series at Wingate Park Country Club on Wednesday.
“I’ll never forget this one,” said Moore with a smile as he lifted the trophy. “This is definitely the first time ever that I win a tournament without hitting a shot!”
The overnight leader was crowned the champion when organisers were forced to abandon the final round and reduce the event to 36 holes due to a lightning storm.
“Shortly after we arrived at the club this morning, a huge storm hit us,” said the 24-year-old Moore from Lynwood. “It settled in over the course and the weather services showed that it wasn’t going to budge. After a couple of hours the organisers decided to reduce the event to 36 holes.”
Moore set the first round target with a blistering seven-under-par 65 and protected his overnight lead with a three-under 69 in the second round.
Sat on 10-under-par 134, the HPC Tuks Golf Academies player had a one shot lead over Estiaan Conradie, eager to hunt down a sixth individual title on the country’s premier golf development circuit at his home course.
“It was a pretty weird feeling when they came to tell me that I’ve won the tournament,” said Moore.
“You enter a 54-hole event and mentally that’s what you gear up for. You arrive at the course ready for that final round push and it kind of takes the wind out of your sails when they cancel it. It was disappointing, but it’s also exciting to get the first win in the bag. I played some great golf to get to 10 under and to hold the lead for two rounds and that was the pay-off.
“But it definitely has been two very trying days. The wind pumped in both rounds and they had to suspend play in the first round for lightning. Later they called it and the players had to return on Tuesday morning to finish their first round, while we already started the second round.
“I won’t blame Estiaan if he is a little upset with Mother Nature, but that’s the way the chips fell. This reminded me again that you have to play your best golf with every shot you hit and that you can’t leave anything out there.
“I’m really pleased. I played good, steady golf over 36 holes to lead over both rounds and it’s nice to get the first win under the belt. But hopefully the next one will go the distance.”
Moore banked a first place cheque worth R8 000, but a R4 000 pay-day helped to cement Conradie’s top spot in the Race to Q-School Order of Merit. He leads brother Ruan – also a five-time winner on the IGT Challenge Tour – by just over R5 000.
Andrew van der Knaap and Ruan Korb tied for third on eight-under-par 136, while the older Conradie sibling had to settle for a share of fifth with Free State amateur Juran Dreyer on 137.

PHOTO: Teagan Moore and Wingate Park Country Club Director of Golf Pieter Cooper; credit CJ du Plooy

Written and released by Lali Stander on behalf of the IGT Challenge Tour.
... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Winning Formula

Winning Formula ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Srixon Demo Day

Srixon Demo DayNovember 18, 2017, 8:00amState Mines Country ClubDemo Day...
Our Team will be at @[299741503388989:274:State Mines Country Club] this coming Saturday.
#JourneyToBetter #SwitchToBetter
... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

RQTS #6 Wingate - Final Results

RQTS #6 Wingate - Final Results
RTQS #6 Wingate - Final Results
... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Teagan Moore won RTQS #6 Wingate after Day 3 was cancelled  due to weather.
Teagan won on a score of 10 under par.

http://igtgolf.org/reports/?tourn=1732&season=2017&report=http://igtgolf.info/tic/tmresult.cgi?tourn=1732~season=2017~result=PF~

Teagan Moore won RTQS #6 Wingate after Day 3 was cancelled due to weather.
Teagan won on a score of 10 under par.

igtgolf.org/reports/?tourn=1732&season=2017&report=http://igtgolf.info/tic/tmresult.cgi?tourn=173...
... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Well done .... The start of many great wins to come xxxx

Well done Teagan Moore, you beauty

Very well deserved

Well done Yster!!!!!

Well played bud!!

Awesome stuff Teagan Moore 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Lekker Teagan Moore jou yster!!!!!🏆🏆

Awesome Teagan Moore! 👏🏼🏆

+ View more comments

Load more

Latest Youtube video

Play Suspended

{{reportInfo.live_scoring_mess}}