Charl Schwartzel reigned supreme in winning the Tshwane Open in South Africa.
Charl carded a -7 under par 63, which included a couple of bogey’s, to win the Tshwane Open in a canter, an eight shot victory, with a total of -16 under par, and claim his second title of the season.
He said great putting was the key, and he is really excited for the rest of the season;
“It’s felt like I’ve been playing really, really well this week.”
“It’s just frustrating when you don’t putt very well and you don’t convert, and to make the putts when it counts, that’s even more satisfying.”
“In the first three rounds I gave myself so many chances. If I had the stroke I had today, it probably would have been my best tournament ever.”
“Everything is sort of falling into place. I’ve worked really hard leading up to this and it’s just been feeling good, so everything has got some really good signs, so I’m excited.”
For the record, Jeff Winther, from Denmark, finished in second place, those eight shots adrift, a last round -6 under 64 lifting him up the leaderboard.
Third place went to Anthony Michael, a sad final round of even par 70, giving him a -6 under par total, a massive ten shots off the pace after leading the tournament at one stage.