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1996
Men Africa
275 (-13)
Played as the Philips South African Open (Jan 18-21; S African Tr 1995/96 season). Second-placed Brenden Pappas (RSA) finished 1 shot behind Els (RSA). [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1990
Men Africa
Dodds, Trevor
285 (-3)
Played as the Protea Assurance South African Open (S African Tr event). Hugh Royer III (USA) finished in second place behind Trevor Dodds (Namibia). [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1983
Men Africa
Bolling, Charlie
278
Played as the South African Open. Second-placed Tertius Claassens (RSA) finished 1 shot behind Charles "Charlie" Bolling Jr (USA), the first American to win the South African Open. [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1965
Men Africa
273
Played as the South African Open. Second-placed John Hayes (RSA) finished 3 shots behind Player (RSA). This was the third of 13 South African Open wins for Player. [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1953
Men Africa
South African Match Play
Ritson, Philip
12 & 11
Played as the South African Professional Match Play Ch'ship. Ritson (S Africa) beat A.J. Bullock 12 and 11 in the 36-hole final. [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1953
Men Africa
Boyd, Jimmy
302
Played as the South African Open. Boyd (S Africa, amateur) narrowly beat Otway Hayes (S Africa; Dale Hayes' father) in a 36-hole playoff (Boyd 162, Hayes 163). [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1936
Men Africa
South African Match Play
Brews, Sid
9 & 7
Played as the South African Professional Match Play Ch'ship. Brews (S Africa) beat John Robertson 9 & 7 in the 36-hole final. [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1936
Men Africa
Olander, Clarence
297
Played as the South African Open. Olander (S Africa, amateur) beat John Robertson in a 36-hole playoff (Olander 146, Robertson 151). Olander also won the South African Amateur Championship in 1936. [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1929
Men Africa
South African Match Play
McIlvenny, Charles
8 & 7
Played as the South African Professional Match Play Ch'ship. McIlvenny (Eng/S Africa) beat Robert "Bob" Grimsdell (Eng/S Africa) 8 and 7 in the 36-hole final. [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1929
Men Africa
Tosh, Archie
315
Played as the South African Open. Defending champion and second-placed Jock Brews (S Africa) finished 1 shot behind Tosh (Scot/S Africa). The Freddie Tait Cup was presented for the first time to the leading amateur (Bernard Wynne) in the SA Open. [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1923
Men Africa
South African Match Play
Elkin, Bertie
4 & 3
Played as the inaugural South African Professional Match Play Ch'ship. Elkin (S Africa) beat Jimmy Johnstone (S Africa) 4 and 3 in the 36-hole final. [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1923
Men Africa
Brews, Jock
315
Played as the South African Open. Second-placed Archie Tosh (Scot/S Africa) finished 1 shot behind Brews (S Africa). This was the second of four South African Open wins for Jock Brews, and second of 12 won by the Brews brothers, Jock and Sid. [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1914
Men Africa
Fotheringham, George
299
Played as the South African Open. Second-placed Jock Brews (Eng/S Africa) finished 20 shots behind Fotheringham (Scot). [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA].
1910
Men Africa
Fotheringham, George
315
Played as the South African Open. Second-placed A.G. Gray and Jack Fotheringham (Scot) finished 5 shots behind George Fotheringham (Scot), the more famous of the Fotheringham brothers. [Royal Cape GC, Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA. At the time known as Cape GC].
 

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