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Race To Dubai
Alfred Dunhill Championship
Johannesburg, South Africa 18 Jan 2001 - 21 Jan 2001
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wall relishes return to houghton
In keeping with the traditions of New Year, Englishman Anthony Wall will take the opportunity to meet up with an old acquaintance next week when he lines up in the Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa.
Tickets for the Alfred Dunhill Championship will be
available at the entrance gates to the event from Thursday, 18 January and are priced as follows:
Thursday, 18 January - R20
Friday, 19 January - R20
Saturday, 20 January - R30
Sunday, 21 January - R30
Season Ticket R80
Children of 16 and under, accompanied by an adult, will be admitted free.
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Wall hoping for a healthy start
Anthony Wall, last year’s winner of the Alfred Dunhill Championship, returns to Houghton Golf Club this week hoping a successful defence will herald a full season’s competition on the 2001 European Tour International Schedule.
1st round tee-times
Robertson's course record leads at Houghton
Dean Robertson got his 2001 European Tour season off to a flying start in South Africa with a course record ten under par 62 to seize the lead in the first round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship at the Houghton Golf Club.
1st Round Scores
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2nd Round Tee Times
Robertson holds onto lead at Houghton
It might not have been as spectacular as his course record opening round 62 but the second round 70 posted by Dean Robertson at Houghton Golf Club succeeded in keeping the Scot at the head of affairs at the halfway stage of the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
2nd Round Scores
2nd Round Video Highlights
3rd Round Tee Times
TWENTY-TWENTY VISION OF FIRST TITLE FOR SCOTT AND ROSE
Adam Scott and Justin Rose, born only 14 days apart in 1980 and whose combined ages fall three short of Nick Faldo’s total, spearheaded the youthful challenge in the third round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Houghton Golf Club in Johannesburg as the six-time major champion attempted to strike a blow for the old order.
3rd round video highlights
3rd Round Scores
Final Round Tee Times
Scott pips Rose to Maiden European Tour title
Australian Adam Scott and England’s Justin Rose, born just 14 days apart, were separated by the minimum margin of one stroke in the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Houghton Golf Club, Johannesburg, with Scott claiming his maiden title at the expense of his fellow 20 year old.
Final round video highlights
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