Golf 24.2.2017 10:12 pm

Fichardt leads in the clubhouse, Waring ahead out on the course

Fichardt’s return to form was all about a change of putter.

South Africa’s Darren Fichardt was the leader in the clubhouse but Paul Waring was a stroke ahead of him out on the course when play was called off due to darkness on the second day of the Joburg Open at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club on Friday.

Fichardt leads in the clubhouse, Waring ahead out on the course
Fichardt leads in the clubhouse, Waring ahead out on the course

Fichardt leads in the clubhouse, Waring ahead out on the course

Fichardt’s return to form was all about a change of putter.

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