Henrik Stenson has arrived at Sun City for the upcoming Nedbank Golf Challenge, and the Swede has declared his wrist fine as he attempts to win “Africa’s Major” for a second time.
Charl Schwartzel looks on course to defend his Alfred Dunhill Championship title after pulling two shots clear with third round 67.
It wasn't the best year for Rory McIlroy. The good news? He's already rebounding.
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Ross Fisher closed the gap between himself and the top of the leaderboard to just one stroke on Friday with his seven-under-par 65 in the second round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
South African Open Champion Morten Ørum Madsen overcame two double bogeys to remain top of the leaderboard in the Alfred Dunhill Championship. At one stage Madsen dropped four shots in three holes, but last week’s winner at Glendower stayed out in front after England's Richard Finch suffered a late slump in his second round.
The lighter moments of 2013 included a funny photo of Jason Dufner that went viral.
Charl Schwartzel waltzed away with the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek Country Club last year, lapping the field and defeating runner-up Kristoffer Broberg of Sweden by 12 shots.
Defending champion Charl Schwartzel set the clubhouse target in the first round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship on Thursday, despite failing to make the most of a blistering start. Schwartzel won his first European Tour title at Leopard Creek in 2005 and triumphed by 12 shots last year, just a week after winning the Thailand Open by 11 strokes.
Jordan Spieth went from no status to the PGA Rookie of the Year. But what really stood out?
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