Bezuidenhout goes 5 shots clear at South African Open

Christiaan Bezuidenhout moved five shots clear at the South African Open on Saturday and well on course for a second straight win on the European Tour. The South African carded a 5-under 67 in the third round - his third straight 67 at this tournament - to move to 15 under overall and comfortably clear of Jamie Donaldson (72) and Dylan Frittelli (70). Bezuidenhout and Donaldson began the day tied for the lead at Gary Player Country Club in Sun City.

Golf-Bezuidenhout on course for successive European Tour wins

Local favourite Christiaan Bezuidenhout is on course for back-to-back wins on the European Tour after carding a steady 67 at the South African Open on Saturday to take a healthy five-shot lead into the final round. Bezuidenhout, 26, won the Alfred Dunhill Championship last week by four shots with a 14-under par total and heads into Sunday’s final round at the Gary Player Country Club having droped only two shots in his first 54 holes. Compatriot Dylan Frittelli (70) and Welshman Jamie Donaldson are his closest rivals on 10-under par.

Rozner shoots 64, wins in Dubai for 1st European Tour title

French golfer Antoine Rozner captured his first title on the European Tour after shooting 8-under 64 in the final round to win the Golf in Dubai Championship by two strokes on Saturday. Rozner, ranked No. 204, started the final day four shots behind overnight leader Andy Sullivan, who led by two strokes as he reached the back nine on the Fire Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates. While Sullivan only made one birdie - along with a bogey - after the turn to shoot 70 for his worst score of the week, Rozner rolled in four birdies on the back nine as well as an eagle 3 at No. 13.

Korda, Nordqvist, Noh share LPGA Tour lead in North Texas

Jessica Korda was prepared for another bone-chilling round at Old American Golf Club. ''My immediate regret when I was on the front nine my kneecaps started to sweat and I didn't have pants I could take off,'' Korda said. At the end of the day Friday, the 27-year-old Floridian had a share of the lead in the Volunteers of America Classic with Anna Nordqvist and 19-year-old Yealimi Noh.