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The Vines Resort
Perth, Western Australia, Australia 28 Jan 1999 - 31 Jan 1999
Björn defends title at the Vines
Denmark's Thomas Björn defends his Heineken Classic title at the magnificent Vines Resort in Perth, Western Australia.
A year ago, the great Dane provided further evidence that he had matured into a world class player when he edged out a posse of players including Ian Woosnam, Ernie Els and José Maria Olazábal to win his second European Tour event.
Sandelin Cruises into the lead
Jarmo Sandelin of Sweden holds the lead after the 1st round of the Heineken Classic at the Vines Resort in Perth, carding an 8-under-par 64, one shot off the course record. Sandelin leads Roger Winchester of England and Ernie Els of South Africa by one shot, and by two from Andrew Coltart of Scotland and Neil Kerry of Australia. Click
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Els Eyes a Second 1999 Title
With one win under his belt already this season, Ernie Els followed his first round 65 with a second round 66, to ease himself ahead of the pack at 13-under-par after 36 holes of the Heineken Classic at the Vines Resort in Perth.
Els leads Peter Lonard of Australia and first round leader Jarmo Sandelin of Sweden by four strokes, with Craig Hainline of USA and Gary Moseley of Australia one shot further back.
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Els Stays on Track
With his third round in the 60's, for a total of 16-under-par, Ernie Els of South Africa is still on track for his second title of the1999 season.
Although Jarmo Sandelin of Sweden came within one shot during the day, carding 68 for total 13-under-par, Els chipped and putted beautifully throughout the round, regrouping after a bogey at 14 with birdies at 15 and 18 to finish the day three strokes ahead of the Swede. A further two shots back on -11 is Jarrod Moseley of Australia, and on -10 Bernhard Langer of Germany.
for 54 hole scores.
Local Boy Moseley Wins Heineken Classic
In a tremendous finish at the Vines Resort in Perth, Western Australian Jarrod Moseley came from five strokes behind to win his first professional tournament at the Heineken Classic.
The Vines Resort, Verdelho Drive, Ellenbrook.
About 30 miles north east of Perth, Western Australia. Nearest airport - Perth (40 minutes drive).
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