Corporates endeavour to grow women’s golf

Corporate South Africa has thrown its weight behind golfing great Sally Little by turning out in force for the launch of her autobiography, “Capturing the Fire – The Sally Little Story”.

Written by Cape historian Adli Jacobs and commissioned by Unimedia Pro, “Capturing the Fire” is an affectionate recollection chronicling Sally’s revered golfing career, that saw her claim numerous titles on the Ladies PGA Tour.


Sally’s is a story that hasn’t had the exposure it should have, both within South Africa and outside her borders.

But now that is all about to change with the launch of her book at Sun International’s resplendent Table Bay Hotel at the V&A Waterfront.

Sally arrived at the magnificent venue in a car equally as magnificent, the Maserati GranCabrio, kindly provided by Brian van Blerk, Maserati South Africa’s National Corporate Manager.


Sun International’s Gaming Relationship Manager, Rob Dalton, was one of the first to arrive at the glitzy event to offer Sun International’s backing for the growth of women’s golf in South Africa and beyond.


In addition to the private sector’s buy-in, the movement has also been expressly supported by the public sector. Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille is an honoured guest at the launch and will be delivering the keynote address on behalf of the City of Cape Town.

Log on to Sally Little’s Facebook page for details and live video coming through from the event.

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