Redman’s best round puts him in contention

2010-11-06 00:00

PORT EDWARD — Rookie Jake Redman equalled his best round on the Sunshine Tour when he carded a seven-under-par 63 yesterday in the second round of the R1,2 million Nashua Masters.

After his opening one-under 69, he found himself elevated into a share of fifth at eight-under-par, three behind the lead set by Alan Michell and Branden Grace.

And even Redman’s superb 63 paled into the background as David Hewan, after an inauspicious level-par start in his opening round, came storming home in a bogey-free nine-under 61 to climb into a share of third place, two shots off the lead.

LEADING SECOND ROUND SCORES

(RSA unless specified)

129 — Alan Michell 62 67, Branden Grace 62 67

131 — David Hewan 70 61, Jacques Blaauw 64 67

132 — Garry Hill 65 67, Jake Redman 69 63

133 — Alan McLean (SCO) 65 68, Warren Abery 66 67, Alex Haindl 64 69, Mark Murless 68 65, Oliver Bekker 67 66, Jean Hugo 67 66, Ben Mannix (ENG) 69 64

134 — Jake Roos 64 70, Grant Muller 67 67, Ryan Cairns (ZIM) 67 67, Mark Williams 70 64, Attie Schwartzel 67 67, Charl Coetzee 69 65, Kevin Stone 65 69, Divan van den Heever 67 67.

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