Busy week for Zim jnr golfers

HARARE - Zimbabwe junior golfers are bracing for a busy week when they participate in two tournaments in Cape Town, South Africa at the Durbanville Golf Course.

The players will first take part in the Curro South African Junior International tournament before competing in the Western Province Under-23 Championship.

The Curro South African Junior International tournament starts next Tuesday and will be played over three rounds.

A field of 150 players drawn from 23 countries is expected to take part.

Zimbabwe will be represented by Justin Kersten, Vincent Kieran, Mbongeni Maphosa, Stuart Krog, David Amm and Jack Allard.

Completing the local contingent is Tafadzwa Nyamukondiwa, Tari Fundira, Danielle Bekker, Irvine Nembaware, and Tadiwa Dzuda.

Prior to the Curro South African Junior International, the Zimbabwe junior golfers will participate in the Western Province Under-23 Championship amongst a field of 88 players.

The two amateur tournaments will give Zimbabwe valuable experience given the competitiveness of South African players.

The local amateur golfers will be hoping for an improved performance after struggling at the Sanlam South Africa Amateur Championship in Silver Lakes Golf Estate, Pretoria this past weekend. 

Zimbabwe was represented by Stuart Krog and Jack Allard who had a forgettable outing in their effort to assert themselves against South African golf’s most talented teenagers.

The duo failed to make it past the 36-hole Stroke Play Qualifier.

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