Kiran Matharu, the next chapter

PinkStig Pro Kiran Matharu comes off a very successful Sunshine Ladies Tour season, ending her campaign in 2nd place on the Order of Merit and Chase to Invest Cup 2017.

It has been a journey starting with an invite to the inaugural PinkStig Invitational 2016 extended to her by UniMedia and then a second invite to come and play on the Sunshine Ladies Tour as a prelude to her Ladies European Access Tour, starting in April.

Amarjit and daughter Kiran Matharu of Leeds, England

Kiran Matharu and her caddy dad accepted the invitation which included the promotion of the PinkStig Brand, its vision and mission. She’s been a great ambassador for women’s professional golf in South Africa and presented the PinkStig brand with belief, great enthusiasm and resilience. Leading by example, proudly she takes home with her the Tswhane Ladies Open title and will continue to represent the PinkStig Brand on the  Ladies European Access Tour.

The PinkStig Dream Team’s mission in shaping the landscape for female golfers locally and internationally with innovation and creative thinking has attracted corporate and academia to identify with the brand.  A new chapter is emerging with immediate benefits to the millennia mind highlighting the longevity of professional golf as a career.

Kiran Matharu was flanked by Carrie Park who holds the Sunshine Ladies Tour Classic and SA Women’s Masters titles 2017, Michelle Leigh, Tijana Kraljevic and Ivanna Samu playing her first year as a pro and who has grasped the opportunity of being part of the PinkStig movement.

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