Jason Froneman wins Glacier Junior Series final

31 October 2012 Glacier by Sanlam

16-year-old Kempton Park golfer Jason Froneman walked away with the trophy at the third Glacier Junior Series Final, held on 5 October 2012 at the Hermanus Golf Club.

Froneman was delighted with the victory. “The Glacier Junior Series is all about giving us the chance to test and push ourselves. I’m really proud that I was able to hold my game together to win.”

For his efforts, Froneman bagged one of junior golf’s biggest prizes: an all-expenses paid trip from Glacier to the 2012 Orange Bowl Junior Invitational in Florida. Froneman is excited to tee it up against the top junior golfers in the world. “I’m so thankful for the opportunities Glacier by Sanlam and the Ekurhuleni Golf Union gave me this year to take my game to the next level.”

Glacier by Sanlam has been supporting junior golf since 2010. The Glacier Junior Series golf events are aimed at eight to 18-year olds, and help develop future professional golfers.

The Sanlam group has a proud history of amateur golf sponsorship including the SA Women’s Amateur Golf Championships and the Sanlam Cancer Challenge. Glacier is honoured to be a part of supporting tomorrow’s champions today.

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