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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 293 Peter Thomson tribute
THE MOMENT The Big Jo THE147th Open Championship will likely become one of the most memorable tournaments in Ernie Els’ illustrious career. The two- time champion (2002 & 2012) is set to be joined at Carnoustie by his 20-year-old nephew, Jovan Rebula, who The Amateur Championship at the weekend. He is the first South African to claim the title since 1966. Rebula’s 3&2 victory at Royal Aberdeen also earned him starts at next year’s US Open and the Masters. But the young Springbok has his sights set firmly on the Claret Jug. "Growing up in South Africa, the Open Championship is the major that you want to win," Rebula told the Royal & Ancient website. Els was following the tournament keenly, Tweeting: “The Open will be even more special this year. See you at Carnoustie! #family.”
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