Sunshine Tour

Frost aiming to surprise

2013-11-19 17:02
David Frost (File)

Johannesburg - Four men in the South African Open Championship field this year have won the title, and it would not be too surprising to see any of them in contention again when the event tees off at Glendower Golf Club, in Edenvale, Johannesburg, on Thursday.

Veteran Frost was the least favourite of the quartet for the 2013 title but should he pull the rabbit out of the hat, he would become the oldest man to win the title, a year older at 54 than Sid Brews when he won in 1952.

In his time, he won all three legs of the old ‘triple crown’ of South African golf, taking the SA Masters in 1987, the PGA Championship in 1994 and his two Open titles. A third SA Open Championship would be an extraordinary feat.

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