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Gregory Bourdy will be pleased to return to a favored venue this week in the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek CC in Malelane, South Africa.

Might this be the location for the start of the Frenchman’s career rebuild? He needs it. He plays this week on an invitation having lost his card in 2018, finishing 170th on the Race to Dubai after 14 straight years on the European Tour. He was T11 at Valderrama in October, a last desperate hurrah at card-saving, but that was his only top 30 of the season and he hasn’t had a top ten since October 2017 and only two since June 2016. He’s opened 2019 with T70-MC-T43 which is not much to write home about but here’s where the hope lies: He has five top 30s from seven starts at Leopard Creek, four of them were T15 or better and what’s more he was T3 in 2012 and T2 in 2015.
Dec 10 - 3:58 AM

Gavin Moynihan will tee it up in this week’s Alfred Dunhill Championship in Malelane, South Africa.

The Irishman has not shown his absolute best on the European Tour but he has displayed a lot of heart and guts. T14 in the Irish Open in 2017, that one result earned him more than double what 13 starts on the ET in 2018 did. He was just 2-for-13 and it was only when heading back to the Challenge Tour that he managed to collect any morale-boosts. But get them he did and he then grasped the 23rd card at Q School so now makes a Leopard Creek debut as part of his second quest at success. A worry might be his record in South Africa: 1-for-7, with his only cut-made in his first start and that in a Sunshine Tour event. He shot 75-69 last week in the South African Open.
Dec 10 - 3:57 AM

Max Orrin needs to step up to the ET mark in this week’s Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek CC.

The 24-year-old Englishman turned pro with quite some fanfare after playing for GB&I in the 2013 Walker Cup, got off a to a decent start on the second tier and yet it has never quite happened for him. He won on the Challenge Tour in 2014 and 2015 yet couldn’t be consistent enough to graduate. Now he is staring a sixth straight year at that level in the face. Four of fives times he has finished 22nd or better, but this year’s 18th in the rankings was his best – and three short of a full card. 29 European Tour starts are yet to reap a top ten. His best was T15 in the 2017 Nordea Masters, he’s missed his last six cuts at this level including last week.
Dec 10 - 3:56 AM

Ben Evans needs a boost ahead of the winter break and will look for it in the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek CC in Malelane, South Africa.

The Englishman will celebrate his 32nd birthday in round one, can it bring him good luck? He kind of needs it because he has been lingering around the fringes of the European Tour for a good while now and he didn’t excel too much in 2017 and 2018 on the Challenge Tour, only getting the 27th card at Qualifying School. Starts will be at a premium. On first glance his record on the course is not great. He missed the cut in 2014 (72-72) and was T41 in 2016, but he shot 71-69 to be T9 at halfway before a weekend run of 73-75 ruined his hopes. He opened the season with T30 in the Hong Kong Open and then a pair of missed cuts in Mauritius and South Africa.
Dec 10 - 3:55 AM

Can Niklas Lemke begin to fulfil his potential this season, starting with the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek CC?

When he was at Arizona State, the Swede was not just highly thought of, there were suggestions that he had something very, very special. Bear in mind the likes of Phil Mickelson and Paul Casey had played there. He’s also been well respected at home in Sweden, so much so that he first played on the ET as an amateur way back in 2001 via invite. But when he grabbed the seventh card at Q School it was the first time he had owned one having plugged away on the minor tours since 2010. He has one top ten in 28 ET starts which take in all of the 21st century – a stretched out log book which must be a record of sorts in itself. Closed the 2018 CT season well, with three top sixes in four starts, but missed the cut last week in the South African Open.
Dec 10 - 3:54 AM

Thomas Aiken was a popular pick with gamers at this week's South African Open and he didn't let them down; the local man banked a fifth top five in the event in his last seven appearances with T3 at Randpark GC thanks to a closing 4-under-par 32-35=67 moving him up 21 spots and into a four-way tie for T3 on 10-under 274.

That was eight swings back from six-shot winner Louis Oosthuizen. Counting back from this week's finish, Aiken's results in the SA Open now read: 3-MC-5-5-17-3-3. He'd also had some useful form coming in with four top 25s in five starts so his strong performance played out as expected. Aiken cruised to the turn in 32 with birdies at 4, 7 and 9 while, on a more eventual back nine, he sandwiched an eagle-birdie run at 14 and 15 between bogeys at 13 and 17. There were three spots available for next year's Open but Aiken was squeezed out due to Oliver Wilson and Charl Schwartzel having a higher world ranking despite them all finishing at 10-under.
Dec 9 - 8:10 AM

Thomas Aiken was a popular pick with gamers at this week's South African Open and he didn't let them down; the local man banked a fifth top five in the event in his last seven appearances with T3 at Randpark GC thanks to a closing 4-under-par 32-35=67 moving him up 21 spots and into a four-way tie for T3 on 10-under 274.

That was eight swings back from six-shot winner Louis Oosthuizen. Counting back from this week's finish, Aiken's results in the SA Open now read: 3-MC-5-5-17-3-3. He'd also had some useful form coming in with four top 25s in five starts so his strong performance played out as expected. Aiken cruised to the turn in 32 with birdies at 4, 7 and 9 while, on a more eventual back nine, he sandwiched an eagle-birdie run at 14 and 15 between bogeys at 13 and 17. There were three spots available for next year's Open but Aiken was squeezed out due to Oliver Wilson and Charl Schwartzel having a higher world ranking despite them all finishing at 10-under.
Dec 9 - 8:07 AM

Charl Schwartzel led the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg after 36 holes but his hopes of winning the event for the first time were vanquished as he completed a stuttering weekend with a closing 1-over-par 36-36=72 to finish at 10-under 274, eight back from runaway winner Louis Oosthuizen and in a four-way tie for third.

Schwartzel managed the consolation prize of securing a place in next year's Open but he would have expected to make the field for Portush anyway so today was about the disappointment of letting a good chance to win his home Open slip away. Three back after 54 holes, the writing was on the wall early as Schwartzel swallowed double bogey-6 at No. 2 and he also took six swipes at the par-4 13th. There were birdies at 4, 12 and 17 but a second successive round of 72 at Firethorn when leading the way at the midpoint shows that Schwartzel is still battling to get it done on the course despite saying he's been striping it on the range. The good news? He'll have another opportunity in next week's Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek, a venue where he's won four times (2005, 2013, 2014, 2016).
Dec 9 - 7:58 AM
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