It’s the end of year, and time for reflection from Compleat Golfer’s playing editor.
Daniel van Tonder echoed exactly what every South African golfer dreams of when he said, “I can walk around knowing I’m the South African Open champion”.
The third round of the South African Open Championship was suspended as a result of heavy thunderstorms that hit Sun City on Saturday.
If a South African wins his national tournament, there won’t be a dry eye in the house, writes Gary Lemke.
Dean Burmester will hope to keep his incredible end-of-year form going as he returns to South Africa this week for the Joburg Open at Randpark Golf Club.
Christiaan Bezuidenhout will achieve another milestone in his already impressive career when he makes his first title defence in the South African Open at Sun City’s Gary Player Country Club.
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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. You may also like