Jeff Clause, CEO at St Francis Links has added another accolade to his list of awards and accomplishments. Jeff is one of a select few who have achieved the status of Master Professional in South Africa, the highest accolade for a PGA Professional. This status is bestowed upon those members who have contributed significantly to the game of golf through outstanding commitment and contribution to the profession and now, for an unprecedented third time, Jeff has been awarded PGA Professional of the Year! Read more
The St Francis Bay Bridge Club, which includes several members from Jeffreys Bay and Cape St Francis, held its Annual General Meeting at the St Francis Links on Friday, 5 December. Wendy Mackenzie, who presided over the club for the past year as President, handled the meeting with charm and competence. Read more
It is almost “shutter up and play” time as the annual Shutter Company Summer Sport Series kicks off in less than 3 weeks. The summer series consists of 10 events and sporting enthusiasts can look forward to the usual swimming, running, cycling and paddling events, as well as combinations thereof at different venues in St Francis and Cape St Francis. Read more
Local junior rider Coral-Jade Dippenaar, a Gr 8 Woodridge College learner qualified for the SANESA EP Schools Equestrian team and competed at the SANESA National Championships held at Misty Meadows Equestrian Centre, Pretoria. Coral-Jade competed with her two horses Red Dancer and Espresso. Read more
KwaZulu-Natal Central claimed the coveted Freedom Cup for the provincial team accumulating the highest points at the 2014 Hurley SA Junior Champs which was completed in 3 to 4 foot (one metre) picture perfect offshore waves at the Lower Point in Jeffreys Bay on Sunday 12 October 2014. Read more
The 230km Trans Baviaans Mountain Bike race is regarded as the toughest MTB event in the world. The event starts in Willowmore and the finish line is 24 hours later in Jeffreys Bay. This year Jacques Herselman and Kevin Taljaard was the first JBay boys to have made it back home – in an awesome 12 hours 28 minutes in the saddle.
Having to traverse the splendour of the Baviaanskloof, take on the Mother of all Climbs near Zuurbron and endure whatever the elements will throw at the riders, makes for a challenging ride. Read more