Frost expects to sizzle in Nedbank Senior Challengeon December 1, 2011
David Frost will tee it up in the Nedbank Senior Challenge expecting a lot from his performance this week on the back of a solid season on the Champions Tour. “I’ve got no excuses for my game this week,” Frost said as he prepares to lead out the Nedbank Senior Challenge in the first two-ball alongside Mark O’Meara at 10h20 on Thursday.
Frost did not win in his second full season on the Champions Tour, but did record several top-10 finishes and was regularly in contention. “It’s nice to be able to play tournaments throughout the year and stay sharp.” The senior field is incredibly strong, including Mark Calcavecchia and Tom Lehman off at 10h32, Nick Price and Bernhard Langer at 10h44, and Ian Woosnam and Jeff Sluman at 10h56.
As a three-time winner of the Nedbank Golf Challengein 1989, 1990 and 1992, Frost is a familiar favourite at Sun City and says he believes the fans can truly relate to the senior golfers in the field. “I think most amateur golfers can relate to the way we play because they should be using the same clubs as us, so I think that makes watching us that much more enjoyable for them.”
Frost says he expects the longer hitters to challenge this week. “The course is playing long and there’s no roll at all on the fairways. You’re going to have to hit the ball very solid to get the maximum carry.”
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