South Africans thrive at Carnoustie
Erik van Rooyen proved steadier swinging his golf clubs than holding them as he remained in contention in the British Open second round on Friday
Erik van Rooyen proved steadier swinging his golf clubs than holding them as he remained in contention in the British Open second round on Friday.
Apart from the South African trio, the leaderboard is devoid of players from outside the United States and Europe.
"South Africa for some reason is a breeding-ground for good golfers," Van Rooyen said.
He cited multiple major champions Ernie Els (four) and Retief Goosen (two), as well as single major winners Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel.
"We've got a good tour and I think it's time for the next generation to step up and play well," Van Rooyen said.
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