18.3.2020 10:03 am
He’s a legend in golfing circles, but the 84-year-old’s Trump accolade places his questionable politics into the spotlight … again.
South African golfer Gary Player and Swedish golfer Annika Sörenstam will become the first international athletes to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom at the White House, where United States President Donald Trump will present them with their awards on 23 March.
Defending SA open champion Louis Oosthuizen sings from the same hymn sheet.
2016’s SA Open champion hopes to re-ignite his reputation as one of the most promising players on the European Tour.
The veteran Spaniard turns adversity into triumph with a remarkable one-shot win at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Though you wouldn’t say it given the 35-year-old’s surge up the leaderboard at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
The extraordinary birdie was part of a run of four successive birdies from the 10th that ensured the 36-year-old Spaniard will go into the weekend with a three-shot lead at the Alfred Dunhill Champs.
The experienced 36-year-old had to abruptly give up on the sport for seven months, destroying the momentum of a fine start to 2019. Yet Leopard Creek might give a reprieve.
Not all of the participants were comfortable wearing shorts at the opening round of the Alfred Dunhill Champs, despite a special exception being made for the Lowveld heat.
That the duo are both previous winners of the Alfrend Dunhill Championship obviously also helps.
Leopard Creek’s revamp in 2017 led to a muted response by the pros. Now, Ernie Els and co are raving over this year’s Alfred Dunhill Champs experience already.
The answers on chronic nerve problems haven’t come yet, but he’s ready to see whether he can get back into action at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
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.