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MBABANE – After over a month on ice, ace professional golfer Nobuhle Dlamini has bounced back.

Dlamini is among the over 80 professional golfers who have already entered for the Aramco Team Series set to tee-off tomorrow at the La Reserva Club de Sotogrande in Spain. Dlamini was last in action in July, following an injury. According to the ladiesuropeantour.com, Dlamini is set to make her comeback in the event that will be played for over three rounds and it is sponsored to the tune of about E16 million (US$1 000 000). The final round will be played this coming Saturday.

Dlamini posted on her twitter account in June when she was last in action that she was suffering from a rib injury. “I’ve been struggling with a rib injury for some time. After a last minute withdrawal, doctors have advised that I take a few weeks off to treat the injury,” she wrote. Some of the tournaments she missed include the Amundi German Masters played at the Golf and Country Club Seddiner See in Germany; Estrella Damm Ladies Open presented by Catalunya and played at Club de Golf Terramar in Spain and the Big Green Egg Open staged at Rosendaelsche Golf Club in Netherlands.

Other tournaments she missed were the Amundi Evian Championship played at Evian Resort Golf Club in France; the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open in Dundonald Links, Scotland; the AIG Women’s Open Muirfield staged in Scotland and the ISPS HANDA World Invitational presented by AVIV Clinics played at the Galgorm Castle and Massereene Golf Club in Northern Ireland. Before the setback, Dlamini had mixed fortunes on the fairways, but she had managed to rake in over E20 000 in total in over three events.

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