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Vorster wins SA Stroke Play in wire-to-wire style

Vorster wins SA Stroke Play in wire-to-wire style

Martin Vorster slept on the lead for three straight nights and on Thursday, South Africa’s top ranked amateur finished the job and won the South African Stroke Play Championship by four shots. Vorster once again showed he is man for big moments when he secured the national title on 23 under at Randpark Club …

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Goldhill goes low at Randpark

Goldhill goes low at Randpark

Oliver Goldhill led a birdie barrage on the opening day of the South African Stroke Play Championship at Randpark Club after six days of unremitting rain rendered the ordinarily testing Firethorn Course defenceless …

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Stone’s R5-million for a hot back nine on Sunday

Stone’s R5-million for a hot back nine on Sunday

BRANDON Stone tied for fourth in the European Tour’s Joburg Open right here at Randpark in November and the popular South African bettered this on Sunday in the tour’s Dubai Desert Classic with second place all on his own …

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Two Oldtimers and Two Young Stars

Two Oldtimers and Two Young Stars

WE were two old codgers – Jeremy and me – in our seventies playing in one of Randpark’s midweek senior competitions. We were supposed to be a fourball but one of the players couldn’t make it and another cried off ill just before teeing off …

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GolfRSA poised for 2021 South African Swing

GolfRSA poised for 2021 South African Swing

Excitement is building as South Africa’s top amateur talents gear up for the annual South African Swing, which tees off in February. “It is disappointing that, due to the circumstances surrounding the worldwide pandemic and the restrictions imposed by countries abroad on travel to South Africa …

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A Creepy Creek at Firethorn

A Creepy Creek at Firethorn

If you are not observant, you will miss it. If you are discerning, you will see it. Either way, the creepy creek around the Firethorn course of the Randpark Golf Club will have an impact on your game …

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Danish delight on fabulous Firethorn

Danish delight on fabulous Firethorn

IT ALL came down to a classic “back nine on Sunday duel” and Denmark’s Joachim B Hansen fought brilliantly to come from behind to edge out young playing partner Wilco Nienaber and win the Joburg Open on Randpark’s outstanding Firethorn course.

Hansen posted a bogey-free, four-under-par 67 following earlier rounds of 66, 68 and 64 for a 19-under-par 265 aggregate. Nienaber closed with bogeys at 17 and 18, his only dropped shots of the day, on his way to a 70 and second place on 267, with Wilco’s fellow South African Shaun Norris shooting a superb 66 to claim third spot on 268 …

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Joburg Open: Wonderboy Wilco: Big drives, big putts, big talent

Joburg Open: Wonderboy Wilco: Big drives, big putts, big talent

JOBURG Open 54-hole leader Wilco Nienaber has led the long driving stats on the European Tour this year, regularly hitting booming tee-shots over 400 yards. In round two in the Joburg Open on Randpark’s Firethorn course on Friday he averaged a mammoth 416 yards with his “bombs”.

The Free State flier carded a four-under-par 67 Saturday and is on 16-under-par 197 for the tournament, just one ahead of Denmark’s Joachim B Hansen, who posted a day’s best seven-under 64 to be on 198 …

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Birdies aplenty at fabulous Firethorn as Blaauw leads Joburg Open

Birdies aplenty at fabulous Firethorn as Blaauw leads Joburg Open

JACQUES Blaauw compiled a brilliant eight-under-par 63 on Firethorn in the second round of the Joburg Open to take the halfway lead on Friday on 13-under-par 129.

It was technically a provisional lead as a few players were unable to finish their rounds because of a weather delay but no-one was in a position to catch Blaauw.

The 34-year-old who plays out of the Els Club, Copperleaf, stormed home in just 31 shots on the back nine on a stormy day after play was suspended for a lengthy spell in mid-afternoon because of a thunderstorm …

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Wilco and his fantastic 439-yard Joburg Open drive

Wilco and his fantastic 439-yard Joburg Open drive

CALL it simply ‘The 439 Drive’ and perhaps, in terms of great moments in South Africa sport, it will be remembered as gloriously outrageous as was ‘The 438 Game’ when South Africa’s cricketers scored a mammoth 438 runs to beat Australia’s daunting 434 total to win the 2006 ODI at the Wanderers to clinch the series for the home side.

On Thursday in the first round of golf’s Joburg Open at Randpark, Wilco Nienaber hit a monster – unbelievable actually – 439-yard drive on the 597-yard, par-5 fourth hole …

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