Experience helps Muller join leader board of Suncoast Classic

2012-10-26 00:00

DURBAN — Wisdom helped Grant Muller deal with intense winds at Durban Country Club yesterday, and the 42-year-old went on to card 69 and claim a share of the first-round lead at the Suncoast Classic.

“Knowledge did play a factor — just a little bit of experience stops you from making silly mistakes, which saves you shots. Whenever you try to sneak the ball a little bit further this course will bite you,” he said.

SCORES (RSA unless otherwise specified):

-3 - Ruan de Smidt, Grant Muller

-1 - Wallie Coetsee

Par - Ian Hutchings, Jacques Blaauw

+1 - Ross Wellington, Dean Burmester, Danie van Tonder, Alex Haindl, Teboho Sefatsa, Titch Moore, Jaco Ahlers

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