11.11.2019 08:14 pm
Locals haven’t exactly won Africa’s major consistently the past few years, but the challenge is strong in 2019.
It's time again for the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City, regarded as Africa's major.
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.
The 2011 Masters champion has a superb record at Leopard Creek and wants to atone for a bad weekend at the SA Open.
He made a ropey start, but then showed immense class to finally claim the elusive local title.
And goes into the final round of the SA Open still holding a decent lead.
The Big Easy completed a superb third round at the SA Open and, to make it just that more special, he did so with his nephew as playing partner.
The 34-year-old once again shows his pedigree, but now he needs to find the consistency to build on this platform.
His great mate, co-leader Louis Oosthuizen, certainly won’t be resting on his laurels.