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Swinging in the rain

Dean Burmester’s five-under-par 66 on the West Course was very much a team effort, with the rain requiring an entirely different strategy from a professional golfer. Read more

 

Lefty Paul gets it right

American Paul Peterson is used to approaching the game from a different angle, so it’s perhaps not surprising that the rain in the first round didn’t trouble him too much. Read more

Frittelli fighting hard for a win

Dylan Frittelli’s opening five-under-par 67 on the East Course puts him in contention yet again this summer as the young South African keeps pushing for a victory. Read more

 

Porteous confident ahead of Joburg Open second round

Defending Joburg Open champion Haydn Porteous has converted some confidence he started feeling two weeks ago after a dreadful six months into an opening five-under-par 67 on the East course at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club. Read more

 

RJK team pulls out all the stops in rain

It took a monumental effort from the hard-working course maintenance staff to get both golf courses at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club in shape after the heavy rain in the build-up to the first round of the Joburg Open. Read more

 

Stone sees bright future for SA’s young black pros

Soweto born professional golfer Sipho Bujela delivered a powerful statement ahead of this week’s Joburg Open. Read more 

 

Joburg Open drives club's growth plans

Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club will undergo an extensive course upgrade after this week’s Joburg Open as it seeks to maintain its status as one of the most popular stops on the European Tour schedule. Read more

 

It’s all systems go for the 2017 Joburg Open

More than 400 million television viewers around the world are expected to turn their attention to South Africa on Thursday February 23 for the start of the 11th edition of the Johannesburg Open at the Royal Kensington and Johannesburg Golf Club. Read more

 
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Joburg Open

Joburg Open is an important
tournament in the golf
calendar for both local and
international players.

It is co-sanctioned by the

Sunshine Tour and PGA

European Tour as an official

Order of Merit event.

The prize money is 1.3

million euros and this will be

shared amongst all the

players who will make the cut.

 

Live Broadcast on Supersport 5

Thursday & Friday
Morning field: 10:30-12:30
Afternoon field:14:00– 16:00

Saturday & Sunday
12:00 – 16:30

 

 



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