GRAEME Storm returned to form with four sub-par rounds on his way to a share of 21st place at the Tshwane Open in South Africa.
The Hartlepool golfer had suffered one of the worst experiences of his career in his previous appearance on the European Tour when he finished sixth from last at the Africa Open in East London.
But the 34-year-old bounced back in style at the Copperleaf Golf and Country Estate in Centurion.
Storm, unfortunately, could not break the South African stranglehold on the top prizes.
However, he reeled off four excellent rounds of 70, 68, 67 and 71 to end on a 12-under-par final total of 276.
Dawie van der Walt claimed the biggest victory of his career to win the tournament by two shots ahead of fellow South African Darren Fichardt.
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