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Don't miss the SA Open drama



Following a record-breaking season which has yielded four European Tour victories in his debut season on the tour, it seems only apt that South Africa’s next big thing in golf, Branden Grace, is favourite to win the Sunshine Tour’s flagship event, the 2012 SA Open Championship.

SuperSport will broadcast live and in HD all four rounds of the tournament, including a 30-minute build up before the start of rounds three and four.

If Grace is to live up to his billing of tournament favourite and win, he will have to contend with a strong local contingent all hungry for home success and an in-form former world No 1, Germany’s Martin Kaymer.

The final stopover in the Race to Dubai, along with the Hong Kong Open, which is also live on SuperSport, the tournament will also offer 64th-placed Jaco van Zyl and 72nd-ranked Garth Mulroy a final chance to make the top 60 that proceeds to the season finale DP World Tour Championship.

BROADCAST DETAILS (all times are CAT, SA, GMT+2)

Thursday, November 15
Round 1
SS1HD, SS1 (1:30pm)

Friday, November 16
Round 2
SS1HD, SS1 (1:30pm)

Saturday, November 17
Round 3
SS2HD, SS5 (12pm)

Sunday, November 18 Round 4
SS1HD, SS1 (12pm)



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