Oosthuizen romps to maiden South African Open win

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Home favourite Louis Oosthuizen romped to a first-ever South African Open title after extending his overnight lead and finishing six shots clear after carding a final round 67 at the Randpark Golf Club on Sunday.

Irfan captures Globalone PGM Players’ Championship title

PETALING JAYA: Struggling professional golfer Irfan Yusoff wanted to quit the sport as he had trouble making ends meet.

In-form Amir tops ilovegolf charts

Amir Benno emerged the champion golfer at the Yamaha ilovegolf Tournament hosted by Palm Garden Golf Club in Putrajaya.

Amir Benno receiving his new irons from Yamaha Overseas Sales and Marketing golf assistant manager Tsutomu Takayanagi.

Take it away, nice and easy

THE fault of having the club come inside too quickly on the takeaway is a situation that most amateur golfers experience, yet it is also one that can be remedied, rather easily.

Rules education in overdrive

AS the year ever so rapidly draws to a close and golf clubs and the corporate world slowly but surely ease into a state of slow-mo, the custodians of the game are still busy trying to get across the message of what the new rules mean and how they impact the sport.

Dropping the ball under the new rules will no longer be from shoulder height, but rather from the knee.

A travelling experience unlike any other

IN a move that is likely to alter the face of local golf, Hilton Kuala Lumpur has launched a unique package that will certainly be welcomed by travellers from around the globe - be it for business, holiday makers or others.

The Caddy Concierge service is a full-house experience for gofers.

Youth clinic helps unearth new talent

A GOLF clinic, designed to help identify new talent was held for AmBank Priority clients’ children, prior to the AmBank SportExcel International Junior Golf Championship at Glenmarie Golf & Country Club and proved a huge success.

Some of the participants and officials with Syed Anuar (white shirt) at the AmBank golf clinic.

Oosthuizen opens up three-stroke lead in SA Open golf

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Home town favourite Louis Oosthuizen put on a short game exhibition to open up a three-shot lead at the South African Open at Randpark Golf Club on Saturday and set himself up for a first success in the tournament.

Eagle on 17 propels Schwartzel into South Africa Open second round lead

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Charl Schwartzel sank a 75 yard eagle on his penultimate hole to card a second round eight under par 63 for the lead at the halfway point of the European Tour's South African Open at the Randpark Golf Club on Friday.

Oosthuizen earns early advantage at low-scoring South African Open

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Home favourite Louis Oosthuizen wielded a red-hot putter to bag six birdies on his back nine and card an opening round 62 for a one-shot lead at the European Tour's South African Open on Thursday.