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Sunshine Tour boss on horror week as Covid-19 hits SA golf: 'It was pretty frustrating to see'

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Joburg Open at Randpark Golf Club (Gallo)
Joburg Open at Randpark Golf Club (Gallo)
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It was a horror week for the Sunshine Tour as two of their biggest tournaments on the golfing calendar was affected by the coronavirus.

Sunshine Tour commissioner Thomas Abt voiced his frustration over last week's topsy-turvy Joburg Open at Randpark Golf Club.

Last Thursday, the Joburg Open made history as it became the DP World Tour's (formerly the European Tour) first event since the rebranding.

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