Hennie Otto Primed For Comeback

A recharged Hennie Otto is geared to take his place in a top-class cast of international players seeking to land Read more

Vaughn Groenewald Reaping Rewards

Not surprisingly, Vaughn Groenewald was still chanting ‘I’m going to Mauritius’ when he walked through the front door of his Read more

Haydn Porteous In Touch In Kenya

While the world’s attention is focussed on Augusta, South Africa’s Haydn Porteous quietly played his way within striking distance of Read more

Eagle At 18 A Gift For Norris At Investec Cup

Shaun Norris was not particularly satisfied after a 73 at the Millvale Private Retreat on Friday and a two-under-par 70 Read more

Resurgent Jaco Van Zyl Steals The Show At Millvale

Jaco Van Zyl conjured an impressive five-under-par 67 at the Millvale Private Retreat to move within striking distance of George Read more

Keith Horne Perfectly Poised At Tshwane Open

Adian Otaegui fired an eight-under-par 62 to blast to a two-stroke lead in the Tshwane Open on Friday, but South Read more

All To Play For As SA Open Enters Final Round

Charl Schwartzel has a formidable lead in the 104th South African Open Championship, but 2011 winner Hennie Otto and three-time Read more

Louis De Jager Salutes Branden Grace And Leopard Creek

After picking up his fattest cheque yet in the Alfred Dunhill Championship on Sunday, three-time Sunshine Tour winner Louis De Read more

Hennie Otto Takes Route 66 At Cape Town Open

Lyle Rowe was in a buoyant mood after a six-under-par 66 earned him a share of the first round lead Read more

Marc Cayeux Eyes Return To Sunshine Tour

Zimbabwean professional Marc Cayeux, who in 2010 suffered a horrific car accident that halted one of the most promising careers Read more