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Thriston Lawrence set the pace at Randpark Golf Club
Thriston Lawrence is the Joburg Open champion after thunderstorms allowed 36 holes of the tournament to be completed at Randpark Golf Club.
Lawrence, who shot straight rounds of 65 for four clear shots in two rounds, saw his advantage reduced to three after two holes in the third and final round, but bad weather swept through Randpark and never gave in. , which means Lawrence was declared the winner and presented the trophy.
Bookies and exchanges have unanimously paid off Lawrence as the winner, with regulations stipulating that 36 holes must be played for a result to stand.
Lawrence, a 225-1 best price with bet365 ante-post and available at double that on trades earlier in the week, was a Racing Post Sport pre-tournament recommendation. A buggy on the first hole of the third round left fans nervous, before thunder and lightning ended the tournament prematurely. The Sunday game was not possible due to Covid-related travel restrictions and the need for players to leave the region.
Next week’s South African Open is no longer a DP World Tour event – it has been demoted to Sunshine Tour status. The Alfred Dunhill Championship, which was due to be played the following week, was abandoned due to the coronavirus situation in South Africa.
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FIRST PUBLISHED AT 3.10 p.m., 27 NOV 2021