Feb 24 (Gracenote) - Latest leaderboard in the second round from the European Tour Joburg Open on Friday in Johannesburg holesplayed rounds -12 Paul Waring (Britain) 12 65 -11 Darren Fichardt (South Africa) 18 66 66 Dean Burmester (South Africa) 15 66 -10 Jacques Kruyswijk (South Africa) 18 63 70 -9 Haydn Porteous (South Africa) 18 67 67 Anton Karlsson (Sweden) 18 66 68 Aaron Rai (Britain) 18 65 69 Romain Langasque (France) 12 65 Stuart Manley (Britain) 18 67 67 -8 Keenan Davidse (South Africa) 18 67 68 Dylan Frittelli (South Africa) 15 67 Merrick Bremner (South Africa) 18 68 67 David Drysdale ...
England’s Paul Waring was top of the Joburg Open leader board at 12 under par on Friday but will have to complete his second round on Saturday at the rain-hampered event. Waring still had six holes to play to finish his second round as dusk fell after a long day over the two courses, after carding 65 in his first round, which he completed earlier in the day.
CHONBURI, Thailand (AP) -- Unseasonal heavy rain forced LPGA Thailand organizers to suspend second-round play on Friday.
Ian Poulter used to start every Monday by opening the link to the Official World Golf Ranking. ''I've stopped looking, just because it's not a very nice number to look at,'' said Poulter, who has plunged all the way to No. 206. ''I hate going four pages down,'' Poulter said.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) -- Former U.S. Open and Masters champion Angel Cabrera is being investigated for allegedly causing ''minor injuries'' to his ex-partner.
One reason Martin Kaymer enjoys the Honda Classic is because he doesn't feel as though he has to make a bunch of birdies. On such a serene Thursday at PGA National, that was required to keep pace. A pair of PGA Tour rookies who last played this course at Q-school for the Web.com Tour, Cody Gribble and Wesley Bryan, each opened with a 6-under 64 in the morning and it stood the rest of the day.
(Reuters) - Martin Kaymer chipped in for birdie at the 17th then birdied the last to move within one stroke of the lead after Thursday's opening round of the Honda Classic at PGA National in Palm Springs Gardens, Florida. The rousing finish by the German, playing his first U.S. event of the year, lifted him to a five-under-par 65, one stroke behind American rookies Cody Gribble and Wesley Bryan on a course softened by rain on Wednesday. Anirban Lahiri of India joined Kaymer at 65 by rolling in a 24-foot putt for eagle on the par-five 18th.