Eagle-eyed Scott and Oosthuizen lead glitzy field in China
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Eagle-eyed Scott and Oosthuizen lead glitzy field in China

Dongguan : China | Nov 01, 2012 at 5:16 PM PDT
Source: The Star
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Australias Scott, wielding his broomstick putter, closed birdie, birdie, eagle, while Oosthuizen, the 2010 British Open champion, birdied two of his last three to cap a bogey-free first round at southern Chinas Mission Hills. The stunning finishes put them one stroke ahead of four-time Major-winner... FULL ARTICLE AT The Star
 
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