Johannesburg – South African golf’s man of the moment, Erik van Rooyen, can pat himself on the back for sealing a spot in next year’s British Open, even though his qualification did not come by way of a win.
The 27-year-old golfer from Bellville in the Western Cape finished second after India’s Shubhankar Sharma at the Joburg Open at the Randpark Golf Club last Monday. He trailed by three shots in the final round of the rain-interrupted contest.
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