After firing an impressive 7 under par 65 yesterday Bremner now sits at 8 under par through the first three holes of day two.
Fellow countryman, Anton Haig sits in second place on his score of 6 under par which he recorded in the first round. He looks to better that score when he tees off at 12.10pm this afternoon.
Kenyan Mohit Mediratta has the chance to lead the country’s golfing charge as he looks to take on the South Africans ahead of him. He is currently on the course and is looking to better his 4 under par score from yesterday.
Fellow compatriot Stefan Engell Andersen tees off at 12.40pm looking to improve on his score of 4 under par. “On the course, I try not have any expectations as it puts unnecessary pressure on me, I just try to be patient and play golf”, said Stefan.
He also looks to lead the Kenyan charge when he tees off this afternoon.