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Examples of "fichardt"
Roger Chapman, Bradley Dredge, Gary Evans, Darren Fichardt, Søren Hansen, Fredrik Jacobson, Ian Poulter
Fichardt partnered Retief Goosen in South Africa's WGC-World Cup team in 2000.
Darren Fichardt (OoM), Hennie Otto (OoM), Dawie van der Walt (OoM), Jaco van Zyl (OoM)
Darren Fichardt (OoM), Anders Hansen (OoM), Pablo Martín, Richie Ramsay, Jaco van Zyl (OoM)
Fichardt Park is an 80% white suburb of the city of Bloemfontein in South Africa.
George Coetzee (OoM), Darren Fichardt, Martin Kaymer (12), Jaco Van Zyl (OoM)
Darren Clive Fichardt (born 13 May 1975) is a South African professional golfer who plays on both the European and Sunshine Tours.
Fichardt followed this up in the 2013 season, when he won the Africa Open in his native South Africa in February. He claimed his fourth European Tour title by two strokes over Grégory Bourdy and Jaco van Zyl.
In 2012, Fichardt ended a nine-year title drought on the European Tour when he won the Saint-Omer Open by three strokes from Gary Lockerbie. This victory earned him his third European Tour title.
Charles Gustav Fichardt (20 March 1870 in Bloemfontein, Orange Free State – 30 May 1923 in Cape Town, Cape Province) was a South African cricketer who played in 2 Tests from 1892 to 1896.
Fichardt has played on the European Tour since 2001 and has won four European Tour events. His best year-end ranking on the Order of Merit is 39th achieved in 2003.
The inaugural event was won by Ireland's Pádraig Harrington who triumphed by two strokes over American Gerry Norquist. The following year South African Darren Fichardt recorded a five stroke victory in an event reduced to 54 holes because of disruption caused by thunderstorms during each of the first three days.
Fichardt was born in Pretoria and grew up in Centurion, Gauteng. He attended Sutherland High School from 1988 to 1993, where his talent for golf was nurtured. He turned professional in 1994 and he won the Southern Africa Tour (now the Sunshine Tour) Order of Merit in 1999/2000 and 2003/04.
On 20 July 2011, retired SAA captain Clair Fichardt announced that he had made a statement in connection with the missing Jan Smuts air traffic control tapes, after he was persuaded to do so by Klatzow. Fichardt claimed that captain James Deale admitted to handing the tapes to captain Mickey Mitchell, who was chief pilot at the Johannesburg control centre on the night of the crash. Deale would further have stated that Gert van der Veer, head of SAA, and lawyer Ardie Malherbe were present during the transfer of the tapes. Earlier, during the TRC hearings, Klatzow had cross-examined Van der Veer, Mitchell and Vernon Nadel, the Operations Officer who was on duty.
The first event, at Houghton Golf Club in 1960, was won by Gary Player with an aggregate score of 266, a record that stood for 44 years. Player's total was equalled in 1970 by John Fourie, the only amateur to claim the title. Andrew McLardy posted 264 at the Wild Coast resort in 2004 and Darren Fichardt holds the record of 263 set on the par-70 course in 2009.
Carl Friedrich Wolff was born on Christmas Eve 1851 in Kempten, the capital of the Austro-Bavarian district Allgäu in South Germany. After school and an early training in the iron and steel industry, he moved to London and in 1873, embarked on a financial career. In 1875 his company, Adolph Mosenthal & Co. transferred him to South Africa where he took command of the accounting division in the Port Elizabeth branch. In 1880 he was transferred to Bloemfontein where he married Maria Fichardt, granddaughter of Carl Wuras, a noted missionary.
Borckenhagen arrived in the Cape Colony in 1873. The country was undergoing a vast economic boom, but as Borckenhagen's health continued to deteriorate, he swiftly decided to leave the humid Cape, and head inland to the dryer Orange Free State - a long and laborious journey by ox-wagon. As his health immediately recovered, Borckenhagen began work at the business of Emanuel Fichardt at the Berlin Mission near Edenburg. The couple also married on 10 February 1875, and had eight children - four daughters and four sons (two of whom died in childhood).
Jacobus Francois "Flooi" du Toit (2 April 1869 – 10 July 1909) was a South African cricket player. With just one match to his name, du Toit has the distinction of making a combined first-class and Test debut. Along with G. Cripps, C.G. Fichardt and E.A. Halliwell, also combined debutants, du Toit was selected for the only Test match against a touring England side led by W.W. Read in 1891/92. In a match won handsomely by the visitors (by an innings and 189 runs), du Toit scored 0 not out and 2 not out, took one wicket for 47 runs, the England captain’s no less, and held one catch.
Hansen collected his first professional win at the Challenge Tour's 1998 Navision Open Golf Championship in his home country. Since 1999 he has been a member of the European Tour where he has picked up two tournament victories. He won the 2002 Murphy's Irish Open, where he won at the fourth extra hole in a play-off against Richard Bland, Niclas Fasth and Darren Fichardt. He also won the 2007 Mercedes-Benz Championship by a margin of four strokes. His best Order of Merit finish is 8th in 2007. He represented Europe in the 2008 Ryder Cup matches, but he did not win a match, the U.S. was victorious.
Bloemfontein suburbs include Heidedal to the east and southeast, Bain's Vlei, Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate, Brandwag, Ehrlich Park, Fauna, Fichardt Park, Fleurdal, Gardenia Park, Generaal De Wet, Hospitaalpark, Kiepersol, Lourier Park, Park West, Pellissier, Uitsig, Universitas, Westdene, Wilgehof and Willows to the south of the city. To the west of Bloemfontein, you will find Langenhoven Park. To the north you will find Arboretum, Baysvalley, Bayswater, Dan Pienaar, Helicon Heights, Heuwelsig, Hillsboro, Hillside, Hilton, Naval Hill, Navalsig, Noordhoek, Pentagon Park, Panorama Park, and Waverley. To the north east you will find Roodewal and Vallombrosa. The predominantly black suburbs are; Rocklands, Phahameng, Phelindaba, Bloemanda, Bochabela and the most historic Batho where the Maphikela House (where the African National Congress started) is situated.