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MBABANE – He came, played and conquered.

That is South Africa’s former Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs star, Jimmy Tau who won a golf tournament held at the Ezulwini Golf Club. The tournament was organised by a group of golfers named Lukhozi and Tau was invited as a guest with some of his friends.
Tau won on 37 points with Lindile Nojontsholo coming second while Vusi Dlamini was third with 35 points. Member of the Lukhozi Mduduzi Mtsetfwa said the tournament was held to raise funds for charity. He said on Friday they were celebrating a birthday of their member Mlamuli Nxumalo who had invited the football legends and his friends.


“Every golfer taking part in the tournament donates E50 that we tend to present to any charity organisation at the end of the year. We are happy that this tournament was a success as we were able to collect about E1 300 that will be donated to a charity that is yet to be selected,” he said. Mtsetfwa thanked Tau and his friends for the visit. There were about 24 players who took part in the tournament. Meanwhile, the former Bafana Bafana defender was part of the FUCHS sponsored Monthly Mug Golf tournament won by Golfer Marc Paeps, which was played at Nkonyeni Golf Estate yesterday. Paeps defeated a field of 32 golfers, which included the former Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs captain Jimmy Tau, to walk away with the first prize after accumulating 70 points and he was followed closely by the estate tournament organiser, Frans Strauss on 71 count back. Strauss was the defending champion as he won the last edition on 70 points last month on the same greens of Nkonyeni Golf Estate.

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