OOSTHUIZEN MOVES TO WORLD NO.25
Louis Oosthuizen cemented his place in the history books when he won the South African Open Championship hosted by the City of Joburg moving to World No. 25.
His six-stroke victory over France’s Romain Langasque also earned him the unique distinction of being only the fourth South African player to claim the oldest open championships in the world, namely The Open Championship and the South African Open Championship. He joins Bobby Locke, Gary Player and Ernie Els in that unique club of champions.