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Tuesday, 18 February 2014
Race to Dubai Podcast  (EuropeanTour)
Race to Dubai Podcast (EuropeanTour)
Robert Lee and Kim Thomas reflect on yet another South African winning on home soil. This time it’s Thomas Aiken, who sealed victory in a play-off against Oliver Fisher with a putt from 30 feet at the Africa Open. We hear from Aiken plus an exclusive interview with runner up Fisher who’s finish will help in his quest to win back his playing privileges on tour. Also joining us on the show is South African Justin Walters, to talk us through why he and his countrymen have such a great record at the events held in their country. Robert and Kim also preview this week’s WGC Accenture Matchplay Championship taking place in Tucson, Arizona.

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