Dec 9, 2010
Michael makes early headway
Little-known South African Anthony Michael was the clubhouse leader after day one of the Alfred Dunhill Championship after a round of six-under-par 66 put him one stroke clear at Malelane.
Open Diary: A Klas act at losing his cool
Not all Erikssons are ice-cool, unflappable personalities who refuse to snap. Certainly not Klas Eriksson, who on leaving the 18th green yesterday after a 73 smacked his putter against his bag before breaking it in two pieces across his knee and throwing it into the bin.
Fisher Flies Into Lead With Two Eagles
Trevor Fisher Jr. had a pair of eagles Friday that carried him to a 1-stroke lead halfway through the European PGA Tour's Africa Open in South Africa.
Craig Scott leads NSW Pga charge
Craig Scott will be looking to capitalise on a top-10 finish at the Australian Masters when the NSW PGA starts at Wollongong Golf Club on Thursday.
Morning pairings struggle to catch Tiger
Tiger Woods found trouble at the fourth hole yesterday, but his sublime bunker shot got him back on course.