SundayAt Copperleaf Golf and Country Estate (The Els Club)Centurion, South AfricaPurse: $2.06 millionYardage: 7,964; Par: 72FinalRoss Fisher, England66-65-67-70—268Michael Hoey, Northern Ireland69-65-69-68—271Danie van Tonder, South Africa66-70-69-66—271Carlos del Moral, Spain68-65-71-68—272Hennie Otto, South Africa71-65-69-68—273Darren Fichardt ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Antonio Express-News
At the Tshwane Open, Ross Fisher won his first European Tour event since 2010 to bring his tally to five career victories, while Simon Dyson failed to capitalize on a strong first round. Here are 5 Things to know from ... FULL ARTICLE AT Golf Week
by Associated Press BC-GLF--Tshwane Open Scores, GLF Associated Press - 28 February 2014 12:05-05:00 BC-GLF--Tshwane Open Scores,0152 Tshwane Open Leading Scores CENTURION, South Africa (AP) — Leading scores Friday in the Tshwane Open, a European Tour event at 7 ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Europe News
Simon Dyson is trying to make amends for past sins the best way he knows how: with his golf clubs. The Englishman is in contention to win his seventh European Tour title, although Dyson probably never will be fully forgiven ... FULL ARTICLE AT Golf Week
• Dyson playing sixth event since suspended ban • South African Fisher joins him after overnight stormEngland's Simon Dyson maintained his bid for a seventh European Tour title with a second round of 68 in the Tshwane Open on Friday ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
Englishman Simon Dyson closed with birdies on his final four holes on Thursday to card a seven-under-par 65 and take the first-round clubhouse lead in the European Tour's Tshwane Open. When play was suspended due to the threat of ... FULL ARTICLE AT Yahoo! Sports
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Simon Dyson (born 21 December 1977) is an English professional golfer who is currently a member of the European Tour, having formerly played on the Asian Tour.
Dyson was born in York, England. In 1999, he was runner-up in the English Amateur and won the Finnish Amateur title. He was also a member of the Great Britain & Ireland Walker Cup team that year, before turning professional in September.
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