Otto, Kruger share lead at suspended Malaysian Open
Hennie Otto fired an eight-under 64 on Friday to grab a share of the lead with the second round of the Malaysian Open suspended for
Otto hangs on for SA Open title
Hennie Otto overcame a near nine breakdown Sunday with a birdie at No. 17 to win the South African Open Championship. Otto lost a three-shot
Louis Oosthuizen takes Malaysian Open lead, shooting 68 in completion of 2nd round
But there are a lot of birdie opportunities out there if you hit the greens. You adapt quickly." Fellow South Africans Hennie Otto and Jbe Kruger were tied for second with Scotland's Stephen Gallacher. Otto and Kruger finished the round Friday, with
Otto wins Platinum Classic
Hennie Otto posted a five-under 67 on Saturday to come from behind and win the Platinum Classic on the South African Tour.
De la Riva has one-shot lead for final day in Andalucia
guys up there, so it's going to be fun tomorrow and I'm happy to be in it." England's David Lynn, South Africa's Hennie Otto and local favorite Miguel Angel Jimenez all shot 68 to lie 10 under. (Reporting by Mark Elkington; Editing by Tim Hart
Grace surges in front at Fancourt
Retief Goosen (68), Paul Lawrie (68) and Louis Oosthuizen (71) joined Alexander Noren (68), Raphael Jacquelin (69), Hennie Otto (69) and first-round leader Nicolas Colsaerts (76) in a tie for fifth at six-under 140. MORE TO FOLLOW.
Manassero fires 64 to grab lead in Andalucia
Westwood went on to win. Behind Manassero, five players share second after posting five-under 67s -- Eduardo De La Riva, Hennie Otto, Anthony Wall , Lloyd Kennedy and Niclas Fasth. Pablo Larrazabal is in a group of six tied for seventh at minus-four
Mulroy surges in front in South Africa
to finish with a four-under 68 on Saturday and move into second at 13-under. Kruger shares third with Peter Whiteford, Hennie Otto and George Murray at minus-12. Merrick Bremner (69) is alone in seventh at 11-under, while Andrea Pavan (68
Cabrera-Bello tops crowded leaderboard in Portugal
Horne (67) share sixth at minus-15. Overnight leader Simon Khan never got going and posted a one-under 71 to fall to a share of eighth with Hennie Otto (63), Tom Lewis (68) and James Kingston (70) at 14-under. MORE TO FOLLOW.
Study: Motorcyclist deaths nosedive in 2009 after a decade of increases, sour economy cited
the Motorcycle Riders Foundation. Jeff Hennie , a foundation vice president, said the ..... have burgeoned due to higher gas prices, Hennie said. "Motorcycles are affordable ..... driveway and take the motorcycle,'" Hennie said. Other reasons cited in the study