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Africa Open kicks off 2010
After a three week hiatus for the festive period, The European Tour begins Ryder Cup year by returning to South Africa this week when the East London Golf Club hosts the Africa Open’s first appearance on the Tour’s International Schedule.
Clarke hopes to start 2010 in style at Africa Open
Darren Clarke is keen to put a disappointing 12 months behind him when he tees off at this week’s Africa Open in East London.
Sterne amongst early pace setters
Three South Africans shared the early lead at the Africa Open at East London Golf Club when the opening round got under way.
Sterne on song in South Africa
Richard Sterne was the clubhouse leader early on the first afternoon of the Africa Open in East London after ending round one with an impressive seven under par 66.
Five tied at the top in South Africa
A storming finish to his round enabled Trevor Fisher Junior to share a five-way tie at the top of a clustered leaderboard after day one of the Africa Open in East London.
Fisher Junior establishes second round lead
James Morrison was one of the big movers early on the second day of the Africa Open, but the Englishman still trailed joint overnight leader Trevor Fisher Junior by three strokes in East London.
Fisher secures clubhouse lead
Trevor Fisher Junior matched his opening day 66 to earn the clubhouse lead early on the second afternoon of the Africa Open, with his 14 under par total putting him a shot clear of Swede Patrik Sjoland.
Fisher holds narrow lead in East London
Trevor Fisher Junior leads the Africa Open at the halfway stage after recording a second straight round of 66.
Roos makes third round move in East London
Jake Roos blazed through the first 15 holes of round three at the Africa Open with eight birdies to take the outright lead in East London on 15 under par - one stroke clear of overnight leader Trevor Fisher Junior.
Aiken and Fisher Junior in front at Africa Open
Thomas Aiken and Trevor Fisher Junior put themselves in pole position to challenge for a maiden European Tour victory after ending round three of the Africa Open on 16 under par, one stroke ahead of the rest of the field.
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