Christiaan Bezuidenhout secured a second European Tour title with an impressive four-stroke victory on home soil at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Alfred Dunhill Championship
The world No 61 – the highest-ranked player in the field – posted a three-under 69 in a thrilling final day at Leopard Creek to end the week on 14 under, as the chasing pack faltered along the closing stretch.
England’s Richard Bland finished in a share of second alongside overnight leader Adrian Meronk, Jayden Schaper and Sean Crocker – who triple-bogeyed his final hole – while Robert MacIntyre carded a round-of-the-day 67 to end the week in tied-sixth.
Bezuidenhout’s victory is his second worldwide title of a shortened 2020 schedule and his first on the European Tour since his success at last year’s Andalucia Masters, with the win set to lift the South African inside the top-10 in the Race to Dubai standings.
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