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Mercedes-Benz - S.A. Open Championship
Johannesburg, South Africa 20 Jan 2000 - 23 Jan 2000
Grönberg takes third Tour title
Mathias Grönberg captured his third victory on the European Tour when he closed with a five under par 67 to win the Mercedes-Benz South African Open at Randpark Club with a 14 under par total of 274. The 29 year old Swede triumphed thanks to a two-putt birdie four on the final hole, as darkness fell over Johannesburg after an electrical storm had delayed play for nearly three hours during the afternoon.
Round 4 Draw for S.A. Open
Round 4 Draw for the Mercedes-Benz South African Open Championship
Fichardt revels in S.A. Open heat
Darren Fichardt and Des Terblanche of South Africa revelled in the baking heat of Johannesburg to set up the opportunity of winning the Mercedes-Benz SA Open title and a passport onto the European Tour. But their efforts were eclipsed by a remarkable new course record of 63 by Sheffield’s John Mellor, who was the final player to make the cut on level par on Friday night.
Round 3 Draw for S.A. Open
Round 3 draw for the Mercedes-Benz - South African Open Championship
EALES AND FICHARDT SHARE LEAD IN SOUTH AFRICA
Lancashire’s Paul Eales and Darren Fichardt from Pretoria moved into a share of the halfway lead in the Mercedes-Benz South African Open Championship at Randpark Club, Johannesburg, claiming a one stroke advantage over the field on 135, nine under par.
COETSEE SETS THE PACE IN SOUTH AFRICA
27 year old Wallie Coetsee from Tzaneen in the Northern Province set a course record for the re-designed Randpark lay-out with a seven under par 65, birdieing six out of seven holes from the eighth, which helped him establish a one stroke lead over the field in the first round of the Mercedes-Benz - South African Open Championship.
Round 2 Draw for SA Open
Round 2 Draw for Mercedes-Benz - SA Open
Round 1 Draw for SA Open
Round 1 Draw for Thursday, January 20
Westwood debuts in Johannesburg
Lee Westwood makes his 2000 debut when the city of Johannesburg stages the second leg of the South African ‘double header’ on the European Tour with the Mercedes-Benz -S.A. Open Championship at Randpark Club.
Qualifying Results for the SA Open
Results from the pre-qualifying rounds for the Mercedes-Benz - SA Open Championship
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