How South Africa’s overseas contingent performed over the past week.
KPMG Women’s PGA Championship (Major championship)
Ashleigh Buhai finished on two over par for a share of 21st place, seven shots behind the winner, China’s In Gee Chun.
Paula Reto ended on three over (T30).
US Senior Open Championship (Major championship)
Ernie Els‘ final-round 75 dropped him nine places into a share of 13th. His level par for the week put him 10 shots behind the winner, Irishman Padraig Harrington.
Retief Goosen shared 18th on two over and James Kingston 58th on 12 over.
BMW International Open (DP World Tour)
Louis Oosthuizen was the best-placed South African in Germany, with his 16 under total giving him a share of eighth.
Compleat Golfer playing editor Brandon Stone shared 15th on 13 under, while Dean Burmester and Wilco Nienaber shared 21st on 12 under.
Thriston Lawrence, George Coetzee, Zander Lombard and Daniel van Tonder all finished on nine under in a share of 36th, followed by Jacques Kruyswijk (eight under, 48th) and Louis de Jager (seven under, 53rd).
Darren Fichardt, Oliver Bekker, Haydn Porteous, Richard Sterne and Justin Walters all missed the cut.
Blot Open de Bretagne (Challenge Tour)
Dean Germishuys finished on three under for the tournament in France, eight shots behind the winner, England’s Alfie Plant.
Jaco Prinsloo‘s level par was good enough for a share of 20th, Luke Jerling‘s final-round 77 had him slipping down to 30th, while Bryce Easton ended on six over (T53).
Tristen Strydom, Jayden Schaper and Pieter Moolman missed the cut.
Travelers Championship (PGA Tour)
The four South Africans – Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Dylan Frittelli, Garrick Higgo and Dawie van der Walt – all missed the cut in the tournament at TPC River Highlands, which was won by American Xander Schauffele.
Live and Work in Maine Open (Korn Ferry Tour)
The only South African in the tournament, Dylan Naidoo, failed to make the cut.
Tipsport Ladies Czech Open (Ladies European Tour)
Casandra Alexander finished on five under for the tournament won by Czech amateur Jana Melichova.
Kolon Korea Open Championship (Asian Tour)
Neil Schietekat‘s five over total earned him a share of 28th place, while Ian Snyman missed the cut.