Tshwane Open


The Tshwane Open

The Tshwane Open tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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Coetzee, George
Pretoria CC
266 (-18)
Played as the Tshwane Open (March 1-4; Eurpn/Sunshine Trs event). Second-placed Sam Horsfield (Eng) finished 2 shots behind Coetzee (RSA), who enjoyed this home-country win at his home golf club. [Pretoria CC, Waterkloof, Gauteng, RSA].
Burmester, Dean
Pretoria CC
266 (-18)
Played as the Tshwane Open (March 2-5; Eurpn/Sunshine Trs event). Second-placed Jorge Campillo (Esp) and Mikko Korhonen (Fin) finished 3 shots behind first-time European Tour winner Burmester (RSA). [Pretoria CC, Waterkloof, Gauteng, RSA].
Schwartzel, Charl
Pretoria CC
264 (-16)
Played as the Tshwane Open (Feb 11-14; Eurpn/Sunshine Trs event). Second-placed Jeff Winther (Den) finished 8 shots behind Schwartzel (RSA). [Pretoria CC, Waterkloof, Gauteng, RSA].
Coetzee, George
266 (-14)
Played as the Tshwane Open (March 12-15; Eurpn/Sunshine Trs event). Second-placed Jacques Blaauw (RSA) finished 1 shot behind Coetzee (RSA), who recorded his second European Tour win, which again came in South Africa. [Pretoria CC, Waterkloof, Gauteng, RSA].
Fisher, Ross
268 (-20)
Played as the Tshwane Open (Feb 27-Mar 2; Eurpn/Sunshine Trs event). Second-placed Michael Hoey (N.Ire) and Danie van Tonder (RSA) finished 3 shots behind Fisher (Eng), who recorded his fifth European Tour win and first since 2010. [Copperleaf G&CE, Centurion, nr Pretoria, S Africa].
Van der Walt, Dawie
267 (-21)
Played as the inaugural Tshwane Open (Feb 28-Mar 3; Eurpn/Sunshine Trs event). Second-placed Darren Fichardt (RSA) finished 2 shots behind first-time European Tour winner Van der Walt (RSA). [Copperleaf G&CE, Centurion, nr Pretoria, S Africa].

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