Johannesburg - Shiv Kapur left South Africa a disappointed man, but after a breakthrough season on the European Challenge Tour, the rising Indian star is aiming for success at the 103rd South African Open Championship at Glendower from 21-24 November.
Three years ago, the New-Delhi player was denied in a play-off by Scotland’s Richie Ramsay. But this time around, the two-time Challenge Tour winner will be bringing a much bigger portion of experience to the battle.
The Challenge Tour hopefuls will have their job cut-out though to hold off the South African challenge led by the highest ranked player in the field. Schwartzel has come close on two occasions and the Masters champion won’t take no for an answer a third time.