Tournament History

The SA Open Championship will return to Serengeti Golf Club in 2012, where last season Hennie Otto picked up the second – and biggest – win of his European Tour career so far, surviving a shaky back nine that saw him drop three shots coming in, before a birdie at the penultimate hole steadied the ship and saw him win by one from Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger. This event will also hold significance in 2012 as part of a penultimate double header that will see it and the Hong Kong Open act as the final chance for players to make the top 60 on the Race to Dubai and therefore qualify for the season-ending DP World Tour Championship the following week. This continues its significance as a big draw on the schedule, especially for the South African members, having been part of the Tour since 1997.

Past Winners

Tournament & Venue
Winner and Prize Fund
2015Jan 08
2014Nov 21
2012Nov 15
2011Nov 24
2011Dec 16
2010Dec 17
2009Dec 18
2008Dec 13
2007Dec 14
2006Dec 15
2005Jan 20
2004Jan 15
2003Jan 09
2002Jan 10
2001Jan 25
2000Jan 20
1999Jan 21
1998Feb 05
1997Feb 06



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