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Sport24.co.za | Two-way lead at windy SA Women's Open

Cape Town – The Cape southeaster played havoc with scoring in the opening round of the R2-million South African Women’s Open at Westlake Golf Club on Thursday, with only two players in the 126-players field producing sub-par rounds. Lina Boqvist from Sweden and Austrian Sarah Schober made the most of an early start to set an uncontested clubhouse target with rounds ...

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Boqvist & Schober Share Overnight Lead at Windy Westlake

The Cape southeaster played havoc with scoring in the opening round of the R2-million Investec South African Women’s Open at Westlake Golf Club on Thursday, with only two players in the 126-players field producing sub-par rounds. Lina Boqvist from Sweden and Austrian Sarah Schober made the most of an early start to set an uncontested clubhouse target with rounds of ...

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Sport24.co.za | Johnson shares US Open lead at windy Shinnecock

Southampton – Top-ranked Dustin Johnson fired a one-under par 69 to head a group of four players sharing the first-round on Thursday as a wind-whipped Shinnecock Hills offered a classic US Open test. As Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson saw their hopes of milestone major victories suffer serious setbacks, it was England’s Ian Poulter, and Americans Scott Piercy and Russell ...

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U.S. Open 2018 scores: Englishman Scott Gregory shoots 92 in windy conditions at Shinnecock

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. — Englishman Scott Gregory shot a 22-over 92 in the first round on Thursday at Shinnecock. That is not a misprint. A 22-over 92 was shot by a professional golfer at this year’s U.S. Open. Gregory is playing the fourth major of his career, and unfortunately for the former British Amateur champion, it’s likely going to be the ...

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Harman, Leishman share lead at windy Kapalua

Marc Leishman played bogey-free and was tied for the lead in the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Just don’t get the idea this is another example of an Australian doing well at Kapalua because he stayed sharp Down Under in December. Leishman two-putted for birdie on the par-5 18th for a 4-under 69, giving him a share of the lead with ...

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