British golfer Kiran Matharu once again demonstrated some fine form on the Sunshine Ladies Tour to finish the weather-affected first day of the Ladies Tshwane Open at the top of the pile at Zwartkop Country Club.
The Hennops River broke its banks on Monday night after a heavy deluge and caused some major damage, especially over the first nine holes. The opening round had to be delayed by two hours as greens-staff cleaned greens, drained bunkers and repaired damage, but the interruption did little to upset Matharu.
She fired a three-under-par 68 to head up a congested international leaderboard that features – among others – SA Women’s Masters champion Carrie Park, SA Women’s Open champion Lee-Anne Pace, twins sisters Hanna and Maria Roos from Sweden, Hannah Arnold from the United States and former Sunshine Ladies Tour champion Rebecca Hudson.
Matharu has been in threatening form since her first appearance at…
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