UPDATE 1-Golf-European Tour South African Open scores

Sat Nov 17, 2012 10:09pm IST

Nov 17 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour South African Open at the par-72 course on Saturday in Ekurhuleni 
200 Henrik Stenson (Sweden)            66 65 69 
203 George Coetzee (South Africa)      70 70 63 
    Magnus Carlsson (Sweden)           68 67 68 
206 Darren Fichardt (South Africa)     68 70 68 
207 Merrick Bremner (South Africa)     64 70 73 
208 Martin Kaymer (Germany)            70 70 68 
    Thomas Aiken (South Africa)        73 66 69 
    Matthew Carvell (South Africa)     66 72 70 
    Allan Versfeld (South Africa)      69 69 70 
    Michael Jonzon (Sweden)            68 69 71 
209 Shaun Norris (South Africa)        72 70 67 
    Michiel Bothma (South Africa)      69 69 71 
210 Trevor Fisher (South Africa)       69 70 71 
    Tommy Fleetwood (Britain)          70 69 71 
    Jake Roos (South Africa)           68 71 71 
    Marc Warren (Britain)              70 69 71 
    Jaco Van Zyl (South Africa)        70 72 68 
    Peter Whiteford (Britain)          69 69 72 
    Charl Schwartzel (South Africa)    68 68 74 
211 Ryan Cairns (Zimbabwe)             69 71 71 
    Martin Wiegele (Austria)           72 69 70 
    James Kingston (South Africa)      71 68 72 
    Knut Borsheim (Norway)             73 69 69 
    James Kamte (South Africa)         69 74 68 
    Oliver Bekker (South Africa)       68 69 74 
    Lloyd Saltman (Britain)            70 66 75 
212 Andrew Johnston (Britain)          71 70 71 
    Espen Kofstad (Norway)             69 70 73 
    Markus Brier (Austria)             71 71 70 
213 Peter Gustafsson (Sweden)          71 70 72 
    Jorge Campillo (Spain)             70 71 72 
    Matthew Southgate (Britain)        70 71 72 
    David Hewan (South Africa)         71 70 72 
    Garth Mulroy (South Africa)        75 67 71 
    Chris Swanepoel (South Africa)     73 69 71 
    Adrien Bernadet (France)           68 71 74 
    Michael Hollick (South Africa)     72 71 70 
214 Titch Moore (South Africa)         71 69 74 
    Ruan De Smidt (South Africa)       72 69 73 
    Richard Sterne (South Africa)      69 70 75 
    Niclas Fasth (Sweden)              70 69 75 
    Roope Kakko (Finland)              70 72 72 
    Maarten Lafeber (Netherlands)      71 71 72 
    Craig Lee (Britain)                67 70 77 
215 David Drysdale (Britain)           69 72 74 
    Bradford Vaughan (South Africa)    70 70 75 
    Estanislao Goya (Argentina)        69 72 74 
    Aron Zemmer (Italy)                73 69 73 
    Neil Schietekat (South Africa)     73 69 73 
    Anthony Snobeck (France)           69 73 73 
    Justin Harding (South Africa)      73 70 72 
216 Hans Peter Bacher (Austria)        70 70 76 
    Desvonde Botes (South Africa)      71 71 74 
    Lasse Jensen (Denmark)             72 70 74 
    Alastair Forsyth (Britain)         71 72 73 
    Gareth Maybin (Britain)            73 70 73 
217 Ross Wellington (South Africa)     72 71 74 
218 Tyrone Ferreira (South Africa)     72 69 77 
    Jaco Ahlers (South Africa)         69 70 79 
    Hennie Otto (South Africa)         71 72 75 
219 Branden Grace (South Africa)       72 69 78 
220 Andy Sullivan (Britain)            71 70 79 
    Theunis Spangenberg (South Africa) 73 70 77 
221 Oscar Floren (Sweden)              70 70 81 
    Steven Tiley (Britain)             69 71 81 
    Sam Walker (Britain)               71 72 78
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