16.11.2019 08:21 pm
The 24-year-old from Pretoria recovers impressively from a dodgy start to the third round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge to place himself perfectly for glory.
A bogey on the sixth and a double-bogey on the eighth really grated young Zander Lombard at Sun City on Saturday, but the 24-year-old showed impressive composure as he held things in check and calmly completed a level-par round of 72 to keep himself in the lead after the third round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
It’s the third ace of the local golfing hero’s career … but if you think that’s a big number, you’re mistaken.
‘It’s too good,’ enthuses the 29-year-old South African.
The 29-year-old is certainly making the best of a last-gasp invitation to the hallowed Major.
The 29-year-old South African’s magnificent win at the John Deere Classic pales in significance to what it means for his future.
South Africa’s golfing legend will be teeing off with his promising nephew at Pebble Beach.
Even the New York Post has taken notice of 33-year-old Justin Harding!
The familiar crowd will be present, though late-bloomer Justin Harding could be an interesting bet.
The 2010 Open Championship winner’s form looks ominously decent with the majors creeping closer.
He will now play his golf as a Slovak and is likely to represent the eastern European country at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
He’s the first foreigner to win in Malelane since 2010.
The 25-year-old has the extra incentive of being the defending champion at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Johann Rupert’s course achieves the double whammy of being challenging to the professionals as well as accommodating for the average player.