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Simultaneous Tournament: The Royal Trophy
 
€1,580,000 Joburg Open Field
Royal Johannesburg/Kensington Golf Club (East Course)
Par 71 - 7590 Yards
Royal Johannesburg/Kensington Golf Club (West Course)
Par 71 - 7119 Yards
Johannesburg, South Africa
Jan 8 - Jan 11, 2009
 
Warren Abery
Reggie Adams
Jaco Ahlers
Antti Ahokas
Thomas Aiken
Henk Alberts
Fredrik Andersson Hed
Phillip Archer
Jesus Maria Arruti
Christiaan Basson
Steve Basson
Sion E. Bebb
Oliver Bekker
John Bele
Wil Besseling
Jacques Blaauw
Richard Bland
Liam Bond
Andre Bossert
Desvonde Botes
Ruan Botha
Michiel Bothma
Merrick Bremner
Lars Brovold
Heinrich Bruiners
Hendrik Buhrmann
Andrew Butterfield
Morne Buys
Rafael Cabrera-Bello
Ryan Cairns
Jonathan Caldwell
Ariel Canete
Clodomiro Carranza
David Carter
Marc Cayeux
TC Charamba
Neil Cheetham
Gary Clark
Wallie Coetsee
Charl Coetzee
Federico Colombo
Javier Colomo
Andre Cruse
Josh Cunliffe
Andrew Curlewis
Michael Curtis
Adilson Da Silva
Keenan Davidse
Stuart Davis
Bradley Davison
Riaan De Bruyn
Louis De Jager
Carlos Del Moral
Graham DeLaet
Francois Delamontagne
David Dixon
Chris Doak
David Drysdale
Johan Du Buisson
Rafa Echenique
Klas Eriksson
Johan Etsebeth
Ben Evans
Marc Farry
Andrew Ferreira
Derik Ferreira
Tyrone Ferreira
Darren Fichardt
Trevor Fisher, Jr.
Dion Fourie
Noel Fox
Dylan Frittelli
David Frost
Lorenzo Gagli
Chris Gane
Alfredo Garcia-Heredia
Retief Goosen
Tano Goya
Branden Grace
Anthony Grenier
David Griffiths
Simon Griffiths
Vaughn Groenewald
Julien Guerrier
Mark F. Haastrup
Joakim Haeggman
Birgir Hafthorsson
Anton Haig
Alex Haindl
Anders Hansen
Anders S. Hansen
Wes Heffernan
Nic Henning
David Hewan
Marcus Higley
Michael Hoey
Keith Horne
Garry Houston
Jean Hugo
Jeppe Huldahl
Raphael Jacquelin
Edrich Jansen
Steven Jeppesen
Eirik Tage Johansen
Cameron Johnston
Kasper Jorgensen
Peter Kaensche
James Kamte
Alphuis Kelapile
James Kingston
Mikko Korhonen
Maarten Lafeber
Dean Lambert
Jan Are Larsen
Steve Lewton
Brett Liddle
Jose-Filipe Lima
Bobby Lincoln
Sam Little
Darryn Lloyd
Gary Lockerbie
Jonathan Lomas
Callum Macaulay
Stuart Manley
Martin Maritz
Dale Marmion
Eugen Marugi
Emmanuel Masoliedze (a)
Andrew McArthur
Richard McEvoy
Michael McGeady
Doug McGuigan
Andrew McLardy
Alan McLean
John Mellor
Edoardo Molinari
Gregory Molteni
Louis Moolman
Titch Moore
Tyrone Mordt
John E. Morgan
James Morrison
Grant Muller
Garth Mulroy
Rolf Muntz
Mark Murless
Lindani Ndwandwe
Prinavin Nelson
Musiwalo Nethunzwi
Ake Nilsson
Dominique Nouailhac
Henrik Nystrom
Steven O'Hara
Louis Oosthuizen
Hennie Otto
Deane Pappas
Van Phillips
Brandon Pieters
Iain Pyman
Richie Ramsay
Michele Reale
Taco Remkes
Alexandre Rocha
Carlos Rodiles
Jake Roos
James Ruth
Omar Sandys
Neil Schietekat
Charl Schwartzel
Teboho Sefatsa
Thabang Simon
Joel Sjoholm
Patrik Sjoland
Anthony Snobeck
Roland Steiner
Richard Sterne *
Kevin Stone
Ockie Strydom
Carl Suneson
Callie Swart
Alessandro Tadini
Mohamed Tayob
Des Terblanche
Ryan Thompson
Ryan Tipping
Gerhard Trytsman
Tyrone Van Aswegen
Ulrich Van den Berg
Divan Van Den Heever
Dawie Van Der Walt
Nico Van Rensburg
Steve Van Vuuren
Inder Van Weerelt
Jaco Van Zyl
PG Van Zyl
Bradford Vaughan
Grant Veenstra
Johan Wahlqvist
Simon Wakefield
Sam Walker
Justin Walters
Ross Wellington
Leif Westerberg
Peter Whiteford
Martin Wiegele
Bernd Wiesberger
Danny Willett
Christopher G. Williams
Andrew Wilson
Chris Wood
* - Defending Champion
 
NOTES
The European Tour resumes its 2009 schedule this week with the Joburg Open in South Africa. The 2009 campaign started in November with the HSBC Champions Tournament in China and finished up a five-week stint in 2008 with the South African Open Championship in December. This will be the sixth event of the 2009 season and the third consecutive in South Africa. Richard Sterne is the defending champion and hottest player on the European Tour. Sterne has won the last two events on the European Tour, both held in South Africa - the Alfred Dunhill Championship and South African Open Championship. Next week, the European Tour heads to the United Arab Emirates for the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship, where Germany`s Martin Kaymer captured last year`sevent.

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