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East London,Eastern Cape, South Africa 25 Jan 2001 - 28 Jan 2001
McNulty enters history books after East London triumph
A magnificent 20 foot putt on the final green at East London Golf Club saw Zimbabwe’s Mark McNulty capture the Mercedes-Benz South African Open and at the same time enter the annals of European Tour history.
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Otto takes two shot lead into final round
Hennie Otto takes a two shot lead into the final round of the Mercedes-Benz South African Open after grinding out a third round 71 in testing conditions at East London Golf Club. Otto leads fellow South African Roger Wessels with Zimbabwe’s Mark McNulty and England’s Justin Rose a further shot adrift on seven under par.
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Otto Holds Slender lead at East London
Home favourite Hennie Otto fought his way back to the top of the leaderboard in the Mercedes-Benz South African Open at East London GC with five birdies in his last eight holes for a round of 70.
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Björn moves into contention
Denmark's Thomas Björn stormed into contention in the Mercedes-Benz South African Open at East London with a five under par 67 in the second round. Björn was one of 54 players forced to return to the course at 0640 local time this morning to complete his first round after two delays for lightning on Thursday afternoon.
Otto on top in Mercedes-Benz South African Open
Hennie Otto thrilled the South African crowds at rain-soaked East London Golf Club when a superb seven-under par round of 65 gave the home favourite the lead in the first round of the Mercedes Benz South African Open.
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Hutchison looks ahead to Mercedes-Benz South African Open
If golf is supposed to be about the pursuit of pleasure, then the field assembled for this week’s Mercedes-Benz South African Open Championship at the historic East London Golf Club are truly in luck.
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Mercedes-Benz South African Open returns to East London
After a gap of 34 years, the Mercedes-Benz South African Open returns this week to the historic East London Golf Club. First played at the course in 1906, East London is one of the great, old championship golf courses in the country and has been a significant feature of the proud history of the South African Open.
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World Ranking Points
Mathias Gronberg, currently ranked 100th in the World, defends his Mercedes-Benz South African Open title at East London GC this week. The SA Open has a guaranteed minimum 1st place points of 32 and points extend to 37th and ties.
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