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Golf Australia Express : November 2013
AROUND THE TRAPS SOUTH AFRICAN SWING THE tournaments that make up the Australian summer of golf aren’t the only events drawing some big names throughout November. Henrik Stenson and Charl Schwartzel will be among those vying for victory at the South African Open Championship—the first tournament of the new European Tour season—from November 21 to 24. Glendowner Golf Club will host the SA Open, which Stenson won by three shots last year at the awesomely named Serengeti Golf and Wildlife Estate. KINGSMILL OF QUEENS NEWS the LPGA and Xanterra will continue the Kingsmill Championship for another four years is good for everyone, but particularly Cristie Kerr. The American veteran has collected a trio of wins at Kingsmill, winning her first there in 2005, adding another in 2009 and then saluting a third time earlier this year. By our calculations, she’ll be due for another cup there in the final year of the sponsorship deal. MAX AT THE BOX A BACK nine blitz carried Max McCardle to victory at a hotly- contested Box Hill Pro-Am. McCardle led the two-round event by one stroke at the end of the first day’s play but struck trouble early in his second round when he bogeyed both the third and sixth holes. But birdies on four of his last eight holes proved enough to stave off a challenge from Leighton Lyle and record a one-shot win at the $40,000 event.
October 2013 - United Colours of Golf