Sunshine Tour veteran Doug McGuigan will continue his search for opportunities to play golf abroad as he heads to the Final Stage of the European Tour’s Qualifying School in November.
Round 2 gets underway at TPC Boston as the Playoffs continue in the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Day three off and running in glorious sunshine at The Celtic Manor Resort where Liam Bond leads the home charge at the top of affairs after 36 holes. Follow all the action as it unfolds on Saturday at the ISPS Handa Wales Open, and get involved on Twitter using #ETLiveBlog.
Although he came third on the 2003-2004 Sunshine Tour Order of Merit, Desvonde Botes has already won more money on this year’s money list than he has in any year of a 22-year-long professional career.
No. 1 Tiger Woods, No. 2 Adam Scott and No. 3 Phil Mickelson are on the course now at TPC Boston in the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Espen Kofstad remained at the summit of the the ISPS Handa Wales Open leaderboard despite failing to repeat his first round heroics at The Celtic Manor Resort.
It took six years and four months, but Andrew Curlewis finally won his second Sunshine Tour title when he took the R600,000 Wild Waves Golf Challenge at the Wild Coast Sun Country Club on Thursday.
Phil Mickelson won the Deutsche Bank in 2007 and always seems to play well here. That makes him a popular choice this week.
Espen Kofstad picked up five shots in his last four holes to set the early clubhouse target at the ISPS Handa Wales Open.
Andrew Curlewis showed just how important putting is at the Wild Coast Sun Country Club as he raced to a seven-under-par 63 on Wednesday to take the early second round lead of the R600,000 Wild Waves Golf Challenge.
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