South Africa’s number one hope at the BMW SA Open, Branden Grace, paid respect to Chris Paisley after the Englishman’s fine display on Sunday.
Not the winner the local fans envisioned at the start of the day, Chris Paisley was flawless en route to his maiden win at the BMW SA Open, writes WADE PRETORIUS at Glendower.
Patience and positivity paid off and then some for Branden Grace as he leapt back into contention at the BMW SA Open at Glendower.
Branden Grace thrilled the local gallery with a back nine 31 that leaves him just one behind leader Chris Paisley heading into Sunday’s final round, writes WADE PRETORIUS at Glendower.
Chris Paisley and Adrien Saddier stormed into a four-shot lead following the second round of the BMW SA Open Championship.
Even though he was unable to replicate Thursday’s magic, Branden Grace was not unhappy with his efforts on Friday, writes WADE PRETORIUS at Glendower.
Branden Grace began the first round of the BMW SA Open as the favourite, both with the bookies and the fans, and did not disappoint, writes WADE PRETORIUS at Glendower.
Four birdies on the bounce to start the back nine has Charl Schwartzel in good spirits ahead of the second round of the BMW SA Open, writes WADE PRETORIUS at Glendower.
BMW SA Open host Ernie Els opened his 30th season as a professional with a one under par 71, writes WADE PRETORIUS at Glendower.
BMW SA Open favourite Branden Grace and 2011 Masters winner Charl Schwartzel will walk the Glendower fairways alongside England’s Chris Wood in the first two rounds.