Saturday, 31 October 2020 21:39

 

Daniel van Tonder claimed his fourth victory in his last six starts when he won the Investec Royal Swazi Open at the Gary Player Country Club on Saturday. Photo Credit: Carl Fourie/Sunshine Tour.

Daniel van Tonder claimed his fourth victory in his last six Sunshine Tour starts when he won the Investec Royal Swazi Open at the Gary Player Country Club on Saturday.

And now the most dominant player on the Sunshine Tour this year has set his sights on the upcoming European Tour co-sanctioned events and the three-week run of the Joburg Open, Alfred Dunhill Championship and South African Open beginning at the end of November.

"All of my titles in my career have come on golf courses that have good greens. I do well on courses with good greens. Randpark Golf Club (Joburg Open), Leopard Creek Golf Club (Alfred Dunhill Championship) and the Gary Player Country Club (SA Open) all have very good greens so, yes, I'm looking forward to those tournaments," he said.

Van Tonder completed a wire-to-wire victory in the Investec Royal Swazi Open as he closed with a final round of 10 points under the modified stableford scoring system used for this event, giving him a winning total of 48 points.

Neil Schietekat took second place on 30 points after a final round of six points, while MJ Viljoen was third on 29 points after a closing tally of nine points.

The victory was not only another affirmation of Van Tonder's incredible form since the Tour's return after the hard lockdown, but also his second in this tournament following his win in 2014. He also won with 48 points on that occasion.

Full Scores: https://bit.ly/3jIDCbq.