Pupils invited to learn to play golf

2016-10-13 06:00
LEFT: At the golf clinic on Thursday (back) Petrus Ferreira, and (front, from left) Shaun Jacobs, Luan Saayman, Simoné Ferreira, Johann Jooste, Christiaan de Wet and Danie van der Spuy.  Photo: supplied.

LEFT: At the golf clinic on Thursday (back) Petrus Ferreira, and (front, from left) Shaun Jacobs, Luan Saayman, Simoné Ferreira, Johann Jooste, Christiaan de Wet and Danie van der Spuy. Photo: supplied.

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WORK to develop a school’s golf league on the South Coast is in full swing and more children from all schools and backgrounds are being sought.
Pupils from Suid-Natal Primêr are already into the swing of things as they have started with coaching clinics provided by Petrus Ferreira, father­ of Simoné Ferreira, who is making great strides in the golfing world.
Last Thursday they met at the Port Shepstone Country Club. Ferreira reminds all primary schools in the Ugu district to contact him about getting their pupils­ involved and pupils from township and rural­ schools are encouraged to take part.
Coaching is free and the only fee payable once a year is R50 for use of the greens.
“Let us strive to together to uplift our younger generation that soon will become ambassadors in the sport of golf,” said Ferreira.
He also asked parents to allow their girls to participate in this wonderful sport. On Friday Simoné took part in the KZN Junior tournament in Durban where she managed to tie for third place in her division Ferreira can be contacted on 081 307 1250. - Supplied.

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