The South African Disabled Golf Association is delighted to announce that Bongi Kondlo has joined the First Swing Program Academy in the Western Cape.
Kondlo is something of a trailblazer in South African disabled golf as she becomes the first female to join the FSP academy.
Kondlo will also embark on a learnership through DynaTraining – an institution whose primary focus is to positively impact the lives of the South african youth. Kondlo’s learnership will see her complete a qualification in business administration.
SADGA Executive Director Craig Moorgas welcomed Kondlo to the association and called her admission into the academy “a step in the right direction”.
“Of late we have been making a concerted effort to introduce a greater number of girls and women with permanent disabilities to the game and Bongi’s inclusion in the FSP Academy is certainly a step in the right direction in this regard,” commented Moorgas.
“While it would be fantastic if Bongi were to develop into a great golfer – educating our academy members and helping them realise a brighter future for themselves remains our primary objective.
“The qualification Bongi obtains through DynaTraining will open a number of doors for her which is wonderful.”
“On behalf of everyone at the SADGA, I’d like to extend a warm welcome to Bongi and trust that this is the beginning of a fantastic relationship between the SADGA and this talented young woman.”
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