Five SA golfers gunning for glory in Hawaii event

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Branden Grace is competing in Hawaii with fellow South Africans for the second week running.
Branden Grace is competing in Hawaii with fellow South Africans for the second week running.
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Five South African golfers will be on the hunt for honours in Hawaii’s second consecutive tournament this week, while the European and Sunshine Tours remain in recess.

Last week’s Sentry PGA Tournament of Champions at Kapalua Golf Club in Maui saw Erik van Rooyen, Garrick Higgo and Branden Grace finish in the second half of the leaderboard.

For the new challenge in the Sony Open at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu from Thursday, they will be joined by fellow South African professionals Christiaan Bezuidenhout and Dawie van der Walt.

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