Kyle McClatchie, who has since turned professional, not only joined illustrious company when he won the Freddie Tait Cup as leading amateur at the SA Open; his 10-underpar total of 278 at Glendower was the lowest score by an amateur in the history of the championship.
With two 68s and two 71s, he was under par in each round, a notable achievement for the 20-year-old Serengeti member. Sharing the experience with him as his caddie for the week was father Ryan.
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