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Back to Back 65's Gives Els The Lead in South Africa
Back to Back 65's Gives Els The Lead in South Africa Ernie Els shot his second straight 65 on Saturday to give himself a two shot lead over countryman Retief Goosen at the South African Open. It took three days to get the first two rounds in as soggy weather made the course literally... Read More
Dorian Netolicky
Saturday, December 18, 2010 - 21:05
Goosen in 5-Way Tie for 1st at a Delayed South African Open
Retief Goosen grabbed a share of the lead at the South African Open on Thursday before play was suspended due to persistent rain. Not a single player in the field made to the back nine before rain necessitated the delay and some 50 players have yet to tee off at the Durban Country Club. Two time... Read More
Dorian Netolicky
Thursday, December 16, 2010 - 23:59
Ernie Els and Tim Clark Favourites at The South African Open
Ernie Els had one of the best years of his career on the PGA Tour and now he’ll be looking to cap off his season with a win at the South African Open. Els made over $4.5-million on the PGA Tour this season in a year that included two victories and seven top-10 finishes. One could claim that... Read More
Dorian Netolicky
Thursday, December 16, 2010 - 07:22
Anthony Takes Lead to the Final Round as Rock Stumbles in South Africa
Anthony Michael may have a one shot lead, but he won’t be the betting favourite as he looks to close out his first career win on the European Tour at the Alfred Dunhill Championship. Michael posted a 71 on Saturday to sit at (-10) as he’s now shot three straight rounds under par at the... Read More
Dorian Netolicky
Saturday, December 11, 2010 - 23:37
Bobby Gates Surges to The Lead at The Australian PGA
Bobby Gates shot a one under 71 on Saturday to take a one shot lead at the Australian PGA, as he looks to get his second win worldwide this year. Gates made just two birdies in his third round at the Hyatt Regency Coolum golf course, but it was enough to take the lead at (-12) as John Senden and... Read More
Dorian Netolicky
Saturday, December 11, 2010 - 22:49
Rock Two Shots Off The Lead, But He’s The Favourite in South Africa
With the player ranked 890th in the world two shots ahead, Robert Rock looks like a top-10 player lurking just two shots off the lead at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa. In reality, Rock is ranked 138th in the world, but he’s still one of the higher ranked players in the... Read More
Dorian Netolicky
Friday, December 10, 2010 - 23:44
Gates Grabs One Shot Lead, Senden The Favourite at Australian PGA
American Bobby Gates followed up an impressive 64 in round with a 69 on Friday to grab a one shot lead at the Australian PGA Championship. Gates got off to a slow start on Friday at the Hyatt Regency Coolum golf course as he bogeyed three of his first five holes, but righted the ship on the front... Read More
Dorian Netolicky
Friday, December 10, 2010 - 23:05
Schwartzel the Favourite as Oosthuizen Stumbles in Round One
Charl Schwartzel didn’t take the lead on Friday, but did enough in his opening round 70 to be anointed the favourite as he looks to round two at the Alfred Dunhill Championship. Schwartzel sits four shots back of leader Anthony Michael and if he can go a shot or two lower on Friday he’... Read More
Dorian Netolicky
Thursday, December 9, 2010 - 23:03
He’s 6 Back, but Geoff Ogilvy is the Favourite in Australia
Geoff Ogilvy had a less than impressive opening round 70 and trails Andrew Buckle and American Bobby Gates by 6 shots at the Australian PGA Championship. The 2009 US Open champion made plenty of birdies on Thursday, but, in turn, gave a lot away in the opening round. His round included 6 birdies... Read More
Dorian Netolicky
Thursday, December 9, 2010 - 22:23
Two South African Natives Head The Field at The Alfred Dunhill Championship
Louis Oosthuizen has played sparingly in recent months, but the Open champion should be a formidable challenge for the field at this week’s Alfred Dunhill Championship. Oosthuizen’s most recent result was a 13th at the Dubai World Championship where he slid back with a 73 on the final... Read More
Dorian Netolicky
Tuesday, December 7, 2010 - 23:44
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