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IGT Pro Tour with Terence Boardman at Kyalami Country Club.

Haig boosts Boardman to new chapter

JOHANNESBURG, 10 February 2016 – Terence Boardman fired a superb seven under 65 to defeat Anton Haig by one stroke on 12-under-par 204 in the Kyalami Challenge on Wednesday.
But as soon as Boardman collected his trophy for his maiden pro win the IGT Tour, he praised Haig for pulling out from under a blanket of guilt.
“It felt so weird to beat Anton when he inspired me to win,” said 27-year-old Glendower professional.
“He should that the way he spoke out about his drug addiction on Monday was a turning point for me. I also checked myself into rehab last year, because I needed help to kick my addiction, but I still struggled with the shame that I let things go that far. To hear a player of Anton’s calibre talk about his own struggles just helped me to get the monkey of my back.
“When I missed out on my card at the Sunshine Tour Q-School by just one shot, it would have been so easy to comfort myself with drugs, but I fought it with everything I had. It’s not easy to live a clean life; it’s a constant struggle to avoid temptations and triggers that sends you down the rabbit hole.
“I want a pro golf career, that’s why I did the time in rehab. But thanks Anton, I played with a freedom and confidence today that I haven’t felt in years.”
Boardman eagled the par five fourth and obliterated a lone bogey at seven with a run of four birdies after the turn.
“I wasn’t hitting the ball that well on the front nine, but suddenly I was on fire with my irons and my putter on the back nine,” he said.
“I hit it to 10 feet at 10 and made the birdie putt, and knocked a five-footer for birdie in at 11. At 12, I had a three-footer for birdie and at 13 I hit driver, six-iron and two-putted for another birdie.
“I burned the edge of the hole at 14 and made par, and parred the 15th after another near miss on the low side. I made a huge downhill putt from 35 feet for another birdie at 16 and knocked in a five-footer for birdie at the short hole to get to 12 under.
“Anton birdied 17 behind me, but I had a two shot cushion, so I just tried to stay positive and calm. I hit my tee shot down the middle of the fairway, but I hit my four-iron approach pin-high right of the green. I was just short of the hazard and the nerves set in a bit. I hit the chip a little too hard and it raced past the hole.”
After Boardman left his birdie putt four feet short, he boxed the tester for par and the victory.
“This week was the start of a new chapter for Anton, but today his courage inspired me to start my own new chapter,” Boardman said.

FINAL RESULT - TOP 10
204 - Terence Boardman 70 69 65
205 - Anton Haig 63 71 71
207 - Coert Groenewald 66 70 71
212 - Sheldon Steyn ZIM 72 68 72, Eddie Taylor 73 67 72, Justin Turner 69 70 73
213 - Louis Taylor 71 74 68, Matthew Spacey 71 69 73
214 - John McClean NIR 73 70 71, Damian Naicker 73 69 72, Sam Botham ENG 69 72 73

PHOTO - Terence Boardman; 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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Sheldon SteynWell played Terence Boardman was good to watch

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Joe AlexandreWelcome Terence. It's only the beginning my boy. Keep it up.

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Pieter DewetWell done Terence. Very proud of you!

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Jackie TheronWhat a story I wish I could take you around to all our schools to tell young children your story. I wish for you many more wins

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Murray SmitWell done Terence, that was a fantastic final round and win

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Deon van ZylWell done Terence and Anton. You both triumphed in more ways than one.

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Clinton DooleyWell done Terence Boardman. Glad u finally getting there. Keep it up.

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IGT Pro Tour with Coert Groenewald at Kyalami Country Club.

Groenewald gains on Haig at Kyalami

JOHANNESBURG, 9 February 2016 – Six-time IGT Tour winner Coert Groenewald reeled in first round pacesetter Anton Haig, while Justin Turner and Terence Boardman moved within five shots of the lead in Wednesday’s second round of the Kyalami Open.
Haig set the first round target at Kyalami Country Club with a flawless 63.
Although he didn’t fire with the same accuracy on day two, the former European Tour leader reversed four bogeys and birdied the par five 18th to protect his overnight lead with a one-under-par 71.
Haig will start the final round at 10 under 134, two shots clear of Groenewald, who closed with a 70.
Turner carded 70 and Boardman 69 to tie for third at five under, while Eddie Taylor’s flawless 67 earned him the bragging rights for the low round of the day and a share of fifth at 140 with Sheldon Steyn from Zimbabwe and IGT tour rookie Matthew Spacey Spacey, who shot 68 and 69 respectively.
Groenewald dropped two shots early in the round, but turned the tide when he holed a two foot putt for birdie just before the turn.
“I missed two putts from four feet for par for the drops at three and eight,” said the 27-year-old Roodepoort professional.
“I just found the greens a little tricky today, especially over the opening stretch, but I started to hit my irons close from nine and managed to get a few more in the hole.”
He added two more gains at 11 and 13 and made a superb birdie at 16 to get to four under.
“I hit my tee shot left into the trees, but I had a gap to the green,” he said. “I striped an eight-iron 182 meters right of the green and holed a 20-footer for birdie. It was a real let-down when I three-putted 17 for bogey, but I got the shot back with a great birdie at 18.
“I drove the ball to the edge of the fairway, but my seven-iron approach in landed right of the green and I left myself about 20 meters to the pin. I chipped to two feet and boxed the putt. It was such a great way to finish the round and get a bit of confidence before the final round.”
In 2014, Groenewald claimed a two stroke victory in the final IGT Tour Race to Q-School at Wingate Park Country Club. This won him the IGT Tour’s Race to Q-School Series Order of Merit and he comfortably gained his card for the Sunshine Tour with a top 10 finish.
“I lost my card, but I went to Q-School full of confidence,” he said.
Then I fell sick and shot a 76 in the second round. That one round killed me. That one week determines your future, but a round like that puts you on the back foot and it’s just one huge struggle to make it.
“I’m working hard this season to hit my peak for the next Q-School and a good finish will go a long way to set the tone for this year.”
Spacey, who missed the first cut at Q-School, was equally pleased to be in contention.
“This year is all about conditioning for the next Q-School,” said the 25-year-old. “I’m working on my game, specifically on the aspects that need to improve and I’m working really hard on my fitness.
“I really enjoy the competitive environment here on the IGT Tour and the chance to test my game against the Sunshine Tour pros. It feels pretty good when you can keep pace with them, or even upstage a few, because it means you are moving in the right direction.”

SECOND ROUND SCORES - TOP 10
134 - Anton Haig 63 71
136 - Coert Groenewald 66 70
139 - Justin Turner 69 70, Terence Boardman 70 69
140 - Eddie Taylor 73 67, Sheldon Steyn ZIM 72 68, Matthew Spacey 71 69
141 - Sam Botham ENG 69 72
142 - Damian Naicker 73 69, Dylan O'Leary 74 68, Norman Beggs 74 68
PHOTO - Coert Groenewald; 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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Your Home Club?
Worthing Golf Club
What is your favorite course to play? 
Woburn – The Marquess
What was your lowest round (lowest score)? 
64
What's the strongest part of your game? 
Ball Striking, Shot Shaping
What part of your game are you working on? 
Putting 
Who's your favorite professional golfer and why? 
Tiger Woods – his mental toughness and belief in his ability are like no other.
When did you start? 
My dad used to take me to a driving range when I was very young, but only really started playing around 12.
What are your goals for your golf career? 
To improve everyday! “Liedeke”
What is your best memory from playing golf? 
My first (and only) hole in one.
What does the IGT Pro Tour do for You?
Provides a competitive platform for me to compete throughout our winter months. Make new friends. Improve my game.

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Your Home Club?
Worthing Golf Club
What is your favorite course to play?
Woburn – The Marquess
What was your lowest round (lowest score)?
64
What's the strongest part of your game?
Ball Striking, Shot Shaping
What part of your game are you working on?
Putting
Who's your favorite professional golfer and why?
Tiger Woods – his mental toughness and belief in his ability are like no other.
When did you start?
My dad used to take me to a driving range when I was very young, but only really started playing around 12.
What are your goals for your golf career?
To improve everyday! “Liedeke”
What is your best memory from playing golf?
My first (and only) hole in one.
What does the IGT Pro Tour do for You?
Provides a competitive platform for me to compete throughout our winter months. Make new friends. Improve my game.
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Your Home Club?
Royal Harare
What is your favorite course to play? 
Fancourt Links / Royal Harare
What was your lowest round (lowest score)? 
64
What's the strongest part of your game? 
Driver
What part of your game are you working on? 
Iron play having a close proximity to the hole.
Who's your favorite professional golfer and why? 
Brendan de Jong – Fellow Country Man
When did you start? 
18 years old.
What are your goals for your golf career? 
Hopefully have a stable start to the Sunshine Tour and in the next few years in Europe or the PGA Tour.
What is your best memory from playing golf? 
Winning the Lubumbashi Open in 2015
What does the IGT Pro Tour do for You?
Keeps me in a competitive tournament mode week in and week out.

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Your Home Club?
Royal Harare
What is your favorite course to play?
Fancourt Links / Royal Harare
What was your lowest round (lowest score)?
64
What's the strongest part of your game?
Driver
What part of your game are you working on?
Iron play having a close proximity to the hole.
Who's your favorite professional golfer and why?
Brendan de Jong – Fellow Country Man
When did you start?
18 years old.
What are your goals for your golf career?
Hopefully have a stable start to the Sunshine Tour and in the next few years in Europe or the PGA Tour.
What is your best memory from playing golf?
Winning the Lubumbashi Open in 2015
What does the IGT Pro Tour do for You?
Keeps me in a competitive tournament mode week in and week out.
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Your Home Club?
Pretoria Country Club
What is your favorite course to play? 
Sun City, Gary Player
What was your lowest round (lowest score)? 
68 Recently
What's the strongest part of your game? 
Putting 
What part of your game are you working on? 
Driver and a bit of chipping.
Who's your favorite professional golfer and why? 
Jason Day. He came from very humble beginnings and worked hard to make it even when the odds were against him.
When did you start? 
12 years old.
What are your goals for your golf career? 
To ultimately be the best golfer in the world, but take it one day at a time.
What is your best memory from playing golf? 
Making a Hole in One at Irene CC, 16th hole.
What does the IGT Pro Tour do for You?
It gives me and others a great platform to come to terms with how tour life is and where your game needs to be in order to make it into Sunshine Tours and other Tours.

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Your Home Club?
Pretoria Country Club
What is your favorite course to play?
Sun City, Gary Player
What was your lowest round (lowest score)?
68 Recently
What's the strongest part of your game?
Putting
What part of your game are you working on?
Driver and a bit of chipping.
Who's your favorite professional golfer and why?
Jason Day. He came from very humble beginnings and worked hard to make it even when the odds were against him.
When did you start?
12 years old.
What are your goals for your golf career?
To ultimately be the best golfer in the world, but take it one day at a time.
What is your best memory from playing golf?
Making a Hole in One at Irene CC, 16th hole.
What does the IGT Pro Tour do for You?
It gives me and others a great platform to come to terms with how tour life is and where your game needs to be in order to make it into Sunshine Tours and other Tours.
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IGT Pro Tour at Kyalami Country Club.

One round later, Haig tops IGT leaderboard

JOHANNESBURG, 8 February 2016 – Two days after Anton Haig celebrated 365 days of sobriety, he hit his first tee shot in competitive golf in the Kyalami Challenge on the IGT Tour. Eighteen holes later, the former European Tour champion found his name at the top of the first round leaderboard.
“Back in the day we would have celebrated a round like this with a lot more than a milkshake,” Haig quipped. “But God has given me this second chance, and I'm not going to waste His time. I’m going to do everything I can with this lifeline and I don’t just mean play golf.”
The 29-year-old Haig hadn’t pegged it on a pro Tour since he campaigned on the IGT Tour and Big Easy Tour in 2013 and throughout his 12-month rehabilitation in the South Coast Recovery Centre in Margate, Haig worked towards one goal - to give his life’s passion one last shot.
Haig posted a flawless nine-under-par 63 to finish three strokes clear of Coert Groenewald and six ahead of Juan Langeveld, England’s Sam Botham and amateur Marco de Beer at Kyalami Country Club.
“I guess if you are going to make a comeback, start with a bang,” he said.
“If you shoot a round like this, people are going to take notice. So let’s get it out there. I’m the guy who used to dance to the music. I am a recovering drug addict and these days I face the music. I used to run and hide, but I’m not running anymore.
“More than anything I hope that honesty about my addiction and recovery will have a positive impact on the lives of other Tour players and young amateurs. If I can keep just one guy from falling into the abyss, it would make every minute of the last 12 months’ worth it.”
Haig grabbed his first pair of birdies at three and four and added another brace before the turn. A birdie at 10 took him to five under and he added four more at 12, 13 15 and 18 to sign off with a clean card.
“I had no real expectations when I started this morning; I just wanted to get on the golf course and swing my clubs again,” Haig said.
“I hit the ball really well off the tee and I hit my irons beautifully. I missed three greens, but my short-game was exceptional. I holed everything inside 15 foot and missed one four-footer for birdie. Every round won’t be like this, but it was great to be out there and just hitting shots again.
“I never felt nervous, not even coming down the last couple of holes. This was the most fun I’ve had since my amateur days.”
When Haig won the Johnnie Walker Classic and shot into the top 100 of the official world golf rankings at the age of 22, the former SA Amateur champion was pegged as South Africa’s next big thing. But, at 27, he was a shadow of his former self.
“I was on a one-way road to self-destruction and I hit rock bottom when I almost overdosed,” he said.
“I finally looked in the mirror at the South Coast Recovery Centre and I learned some hard truths. I was in demand after the Johnnie Walker and I loved the attention, but I was also an insecure boy who was too immature to handle the pressure of the big stage.
“I wanted to run with the big boys, but I abused drugs and alcohol as a way to escape expectations. In the process I burned a lot of bridges and let down a lot of people down who truly believed in me.”
Haig was diagnosed with osteophytic impingement and a bulging disc in the cervical vertebrae and was forced to retire from pro golf in 2012.
“I had surgery and the drugs helped me deal with the pain, but it also blunted the emotional pain of a seven year career down the drain,” Haig said.
“I staged a comeback every time I thought I had a grip on my addiction, but there was always a reason to cave and fall back down the hole. Now I understand the root of my issues, but I also know I am going to fight this the rest of my life.
“My parents have been my rocks and have walked every step of the way with me over the last 12 months. And Meyer du Toit and his wife Vicky at San Lameer have been like surrogate parents to me and I owe them so much.
“I know the pitfalls. I have to avoid all the places, people and situations that took me to the brink of death. I gained a lot of faith through the programme at South Coast Recovery Centre, but I have to be very careful. Cois (du Plooy) runs a tight ship on the IGT Tour. It’s like a big family and that’s what I need right now. So I’m taking it one day at a time, one round at a time.”

FIRST ROUND SCORES - TOP 10
63 - Anton Haig
66 - Coert Groenewald
69 - Marco de Beer (AMA), Juan Langeveld, Sam Botham ENG, Justin Turner
70 - Terence Boardman, Duane Keun, Pieter Moolman
71 - Steven le Roux (AMA), TJ Bekker, Matthew Spacey, Louis Taylor

PHOTO – Anton Haig; 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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Bryce BibbyGary-Jon Citron

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A.j. WilsonA great story.keep it going because you got the talent and now use it. Best of luck

3 days ago

Wayne FyvieAwesome story well done Anton

3 days ago   ·  2

Tubby LarkanWell done

3 days ago

Steven Van HeerdenWell played Anton Jason Haig on the golf course and a bigger well played in life and the path you have chosen !!! All the best rooting for you all the way 👍

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Craig WardWell done

3 days ago

Walter BehrRespect... Takes a lot to admit when we make mistakes and to do it publicly what a guy may God be with you every step of the journey!

3 days ago   ·  2

Ryan ArgueTip my hat.. true courage..

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Fernando Martins Da SilvaGo well done

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Johan Van HeerdenYour parents may be proud of you. It takes a winner to admit what you did and a even bigger winner to change your life aroung. All the best for the new life.

2 days ago   ·  1

Joe HattinghWith this new attitude Anton will rise to the top again.

2 days ago

Adrian De JongeRooting for Anton!

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Eric David Benekewell done young man

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Jarrid Allan MurciaAnton Jason Haig, nice one!

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Dean SundelsonMuch respect Anton Anton Jason Haig

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Sean Aric HorngrenWell done my boy! I'm so proud of you Anton Jason Haig.

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8-10 February 2016 Day 1

IGT Pro Tour added 546 new photos to the album: IGT Pro Tour Kyalami Challenge — with Sheldon Steyn and Matthew Adams.

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Liane van RooyenGenade mooi foto's boeta!!!

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Jason Lee CookHow did round 1 go.

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Anette CraggGood luck Normy! 😘

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Christine ElsHave a blast Calvin Caldeira

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IGT Pro Tour with Andre De Decker at Centurion Country Club.

De Decker plays hockey, but endures to win Centurion Open

TSHWANE, 3 February 2016 – Andre de Decker battled a frosty putter and a spirited charge from Hennie du Plessis, but the West Lake golfer prevailed to claim a wire-to-wire victory in the IGT Pro Tour’s Centurion Open on Wednesday.
De Decker hit the front with an opening seven under 65 and protected his overnight lead with a second 65 to carry a four shot lead into the final round at Centurion Country Club.
But, when his putter turned ice cold, the 25-year-old Sunshine Tour rookie left himself with a lot of work to do to celebrate a maiden breakthrough on the country’s premier development Tour.
“The short stick served me really well over the first two rounds, but today it was like putting with a hockey stick,” said De Decker after he closed with a frustrating 73 to triumph on 13 under 203.
His putter served up 14 birdies and two eagles over the first two days, but the Western Province native collected just two gains in the final round to offset three bogeys.
“When we got to the 18th, Hennie had to hole a one foot putt to force a play-off, but the putt lipped out,” De Decker said.
“I was relieved that I got the job done, but the result could easily have gone Hennie’s way. It was frustrating, because I struck the ball as well as I did in the first two rounds and I chipped really well, too. I just couldn’t get the putter going; couldn’t convert my chances.”
De Decker found a way to tough it out despite the balky putter.
”I was one over at the turn and made a birdie at the first to get back to level,” he said.
“I made two great up-and-downs from the trenches at two and three to save par, but I got too aggressive at the fifth hole and dropped another shot. I felt that I had to make at least two birdies over the last three holes to win.
“At seven, I was dead against the lip of the bunker and did well take save par, but I missed both birdie chances at eight and nine.”
With the Tshwane Open qualifier looming, De Decker intends to spend some quality time with his putter over the next few days.
“I’ve been putting really well the last six months, so this was really out of the ordinary,” he said.
“The rest of my game is very sharp, especially my irons and chipping. I just need to figure out what went wrong, but I’m ready for Tuesday. I really enjoyed playing with Hennie. He is a great competitor and he was a solid game. It be something if we both made the qualifier and could go head-to-head over the first two rounds of the Tshwane Open.”
Limpopo’s Du Plessis signed off with a 70, while fellow GFG Academy player Jc Ritchie with a 68 to take third on 205.

FINAL ROUND RESULT (top 10)
203 - Andre De Decker 65 65 73
204 - Hennie Du Plessis 71 63 70
205 - JC Ritchie 72 65 68
206 - Damian Naicker 73 67 66, Teaghan Gauche 68 70 68, Tyrone Mordt 71 66 69
207 - Jake Roos 71 71 65, Daniel Hammond 67 69 71, Louis De Jager 67 68 72
209 - Oliver Bekker 71 68 70, Pieter Moolman 71 68 70

PHOTO – Andre de Decker; 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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