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  •   Home > News > Sports > Golf

    Kiwi golfers feature prominently near the top of the leaderboard late in the second round of the Australian Golf Open in Sydney

    Kiwi golfers feature prominently near the top of the leaderboard late in the second round of the Australian Golf Open in Sydney


    Denzel Ieremia is tied for second on eight under par, a shot off the lead being set by England's Paul Casey after carding a six under 65.

    And veteran Mark Brown is just three shots off the pace after also shooting a 65 to be six under.

    He's impressed with Ieremia's form.



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