Southern Cape Open

The final 36 holes of the Southern Cape Open played at Mossel Bay saw the old and the new of KeNako Academy drawn together.

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Front left is 12 year old Antoine Sale, a young French boy who recently joined the KeNako Academy. Antoine caddied for Cameron Moralee (white top). In the blue top is Breyten Meyer, one of KeNako’s first student intake. In the black top is Franklin Manchest and on the far right of the picture is another KeNako student, Swazi citizen Mandla Dlamini, who caddied for Franklin. In the background is Breyten’s local Mossel Bay caddy. Breyten played the best golf on the day with rounds of 70 and 73 over the final 36 holes to finish in 13th place.