Sunday, 03 September 2017
Haydn Porteous after his Czech Masters title  (Getty Images)
Haydn Porteous after his Czech Masters title (Getty Images)

Find out what Haydn Porteous' win in the Czech Republic means for his season: 

• His second European Tour International Schedule victory.

• Moves to 425,551 points in the Race to Dubai Rankings presented by Rolex and could move inside the top 60.

• Moves inside the top 200 of the Official World Golf Ranking from 389th.

• His first victory since the 2016 Joburg Open.

• The youngest winner of the D+D REAL Czech Masters at 23 years 57 days since Thomas Pieters victory in 2015 aged 23 years and 215 days.

• This victory beats his previous best 2017 European Tour performance of tied sixth in the Made in Denmark 

• This victory beats his previous best performance of 60th in the 2014 D+D REAL Czech Masters.

• Becomes the fifth South African player to win on the European Tour this season following Brandon Stone (Alfred Dunhill Championship), Darren Fichardt (Joburg Open), Dean Burmester (Tshwane Open) and Dylan Frittelli (Lyoness Open presented by ORGANIC+).

• The 142nd South African victory in European Tour history.

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Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1PORTEOUS, HaydnRSA18-13
2SLATTERY, LeeENG18-11
T3LEWIS, TomENG18-10
T3WIDEGREN, PontusSWE18-10
T5PEPPERELL, EddieENG18-8
T5LENGDEN, OscarSWE18-8

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