An emotional Louis Oosthuizen was full of praise for his family and friends after romping to a six-shot win at the SA Open at Randpark.
Louis Oosthuizen ended a nearly-three year drought as he romped to a six-shot victory to claim his first South African Open title at Randpark on Sunday, writes WADE PRETORIUS. Louis signs off as Compleat Golfer’s playing editor Oosthuizen marked his return to the national championship with a stunning display in the final round to erase the pain of letting the… Read more →
Louis Oosthuizen put on a short game exhibition to open up a three-shot lead at the SA Open at Randpark Golf Club,, and set himself up for a first success in the tournament.
Reigning amateur champion Jovan Rebula laid down an early marker in the hunt for the Freddie Tait Cup after day one of the South African Open Championship, hosted by the City of Johannesburg at Randpark Golf Club.
South Africa’s number one hope at the BMW SA Open, Branden Grace, paid respect to Chris Paisley after the Englishman’s fine display on Sunday.
Not the winner the local fans envisioned at the start of the day, Chris Paisley was flawless en route to his maiden win at the BMW SA Open, writes WADE PRETORIUS at Glendower.
Patience and positivity paid off and then some for Branden Grace as he leapt back into contention at the BMW SA Open at Glendower.
Branden Grace thrilled the local gallery with a back nine 31 that leaves him just one behind leader Chris Paisley heading into Sunday’s final round, writes WADE PRETORIUS at Glendower.
Chris Paisley and Adrien Saddier stormed into a four-shot lead following the second round of the BMW SA Open Championship.
Even though he was unable to replicate Thursday’s magic, Branden Grace was not unhappy with his efforts on Friday, writes WADE PRETORIUS at Glendower.