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Rowe cashes in at SA Open

Lyle Rowe has signed for a level par 72 and with it the biggest pay day of his career in the co-sanctioned European and Sunshine Tour event.

Izak gets his revenge at SA Open

Izak van der Merwe gained a 6-3 6-2 revenge victory over Frenchman Stephane Robert -- a finalist in the R3,5-million Montecasino event last year.

De Voest scrapes through at SA Open

SA's Rik de Voest battled for two hours and 40 minutes to beat veteran Italian Stefano Galvani 6-3 5-7 7-6 (8) at the South African Open on Monday.

Advantage South Africans

A relatively unknown 23-year-old Slovenian tennis player this week put the skids on South Africa's hopes in the vibrant Australian Open.

Els holds off Goosen to win South African Open

Ernie Els held off great rival Retief Goosen to win the South African Open championship by a single stroke at Durban Country Club on Sunday.

Clark favoured to win at South African Open

TIm Clark is favourite to win the South African Open this week, despite the presence of Major winners Ernie Els, Retief Goosen and Louis Oosthuizen.

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