George Coetzee draws on home experience to win Tshwane Open
George Coetzee draws on home experience to win Tshwane Open

George Coetzee recorded a final round 65 on his home course at Pretoria Country Club to win the Tshwane Open on Sunday, seeing off the challenge of South African compatriot Jacques Blaauw by one stroke.

Craig Lee shoots 66 for six-way share of Tshwane lead
Craig Lee shoots 66 for six-way share of Tshwane lead

Scot Craig Lee carded a four-under 66 -- the equal lowest third-round score -- to share the Tshwane Open lead Saturday with five rivals.

Slow start for Shiv Kapur in Pretoria
Slow start for Shiv Kapur in Pretoria

Shiv Kapur had a slow start with a one-over 71 that put him in danger of missing the halfway cut at the Tshwane Open here on Friday.

Eagles fly as Morten Madsen grabs share of Tshwane Open lead
Eagles fly as Morten Madsen grabs share of Tshwane Open lead

Eagles on his final two holes catapulted Denmark`s Morten Orum Madsen to a seven under-par 63 and a share of the lead after the opening round of the European Tour’s Tshwane Open at the Pretoria Country Club on Thursday.

Kapur finishes 15th, Bhullar 50th in South Africa

Shiv Kapur stepped on the gas in the closing three holes for three birdies in a row and finished tied 15th at the Tshwane Open, here.

Fisher moves five shots clear at Tshwane Open

Ross Fisher moved closer to a first European Tour triumph in four years by taking a five-shot lead on Saturday after three rounds of the Tshwane Open.

Bhullar skips, Kapur moves up in South Africa

Gaganjeet Bhullar faltered in the third round as he stumbled to a two-over 74 and dropped from overnight ninth to tied 35th at the the Tshwane Open here on Sunday.

Bhullar moves into top-10; Kapur makes cut

Gaganjeet Bhullar put himself in a fine position for a top-10 finish as he carded a seven-under 65 to move to tied ninth place at the halfway stage of the Tshwane Open here.

Kapur cracks five-under, lies ninth in South Africa

Shiv Kapur picked up after a slow start as he notched up six birdies on his last 12 holes to come back with a first-round card of five-under 67 that placed him inside top-10 of the Tshwane Open here.

Shoulder injury forces Jeev Milkha to miss golf tourney in SA

India`s ace golfer Jeev Milkha Singh, who has been struggling with a right shoulder rotator cuff injury, said he will skip the Tshwane Open in South Africa scheduled later this month to rest and regain his fitness ahead of the season without undergoing surgery.

Jeev misses cut in South Africa

Five dropped shots in a matter of three holes saw Jeev Milkha Singh plummet from being a contender to missing the cut in the second round of the Tshwane Open on the European Tour, here.

Jeev lies 3rd in Tshwane Open in South Africa

Jeev Milkha Singh exploded into superb form on the back-nine with four birdies to card a five-under 67 and grab a share of the third spot after the first round of the Tshwane Open here.