The DP World Tour has hosted five events so far in its 2023-24 season. The last four have been won by players in the LIV Golf League.
Louis Oosthuizen kept the streak alive on Monday by winning the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek Country Club in Malelane, South Africa. The victory on the European-based circuit was the 10th of his career and first since the 2018 South African Open. Oosthuizen finished at 18 under, two shots clear of Stinger GC teammate, Charl Schwartzel.
Another Stinger, Dean Burmester, got the LIV party started three weeks ago with his victory at the Joburg Open and doubled down with a win last week at the Investec South African Open Championship. Also last week, Joaquin Niemann won the ISPS Handa Australian Open and Oosthuizen made it a fourth consecutive win on Monday after Sunday’s final round was delayed.
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“This is one of the tournaments that I’ve always wanted to win,” the proud South African said of winning the event in his home country. “It took me a while. It’s always a great place coming back to.”
The DP World Tour’s “opening swing” ends this week with the 2023 AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open at Heritage La Reserve Golf Club in Heritage Bel Ombre, Mauritius, before beginning its International Swing in Dubai in January.