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Dan Bradbury ties course record at suspended Joburg Open

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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Dan Bradbury tied the course record with an 8-63 record on Thursday despite a bogey on his last hole and maintained the club’s lead in the first round of the Joburg Open, which was called off overnight by a thunderstorm.

The Englishman started from a back nine and mixed seven birdies and two eagles with a double bogey on 15th and his lone bogey No. 9 to rob him of the straight course record. He was one shot ahead of Germany’s Nick Bachem and France’s Romain Langasque one more shot back.


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“Honestly, it was pretty good, I can’t complain about 63, can I?” Bradbury said. “I got a bit of momentum at the start of the back nine, then the (first) thunderstorm obviously stopped it.”

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Play was interrupted by a storm in the afternoon and then stopped for a day with almost half of the field still in the round.

Clement Berardot of France was 6 short after just 11 holes, having hit four birdies in a row when play was stopped.

The Joburg Open is the first tournament of the 2023 DP World Tour season, with two more events to take place in South Africa in December.



Source: www.golfchannel.com

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