Oosthuizen shares HSBC lead
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Oosthuizen shares HSBC lead

London : United Kingdom | Nov 01, 2012 at 2:32 AM PDT
Source: News 24
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Scott eagled his last hole and Oosthuizen stayed bogey-free to come out on top after a low-scoring first round at southern China's Mission Hills, in which the lead swapped hands several times. "I don't think I saw a really low number out there but once you look at the leaderboard and see the guys are firing... FULL ARTICLE AT News 24
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