As elegant as ever. Watch Ernie Els practise his swing prior to the 2010 South African Open at Durban Country Club, which he won for the fifth time.
Relive this monster drive by South Africa’s very own Ernie Els during the 1994 BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Golf Club.
An eagle on the eighth hole by South African Ernie Els during the 2004 Masters, put him in the lead for the final round but he would eventually lose to American Phil Mickelson by one shot.
In the second event of the 2010 World Golf Championships, South Africans Charl Schwartzel and Ernie Els made their intentions clear from the first round in Florida.
Ernie Els surprised everyone at the Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club in 2012 by winning The Open Championship for the second time in his career.
In what has often been described as his best-ever year, Ernie Els fought hard in extremely tough conditions at the 2002 The Open at Muirfield in Scotland.
Relive the historic moment when a 24-year-old Ernie Els claimed his first of four major titles by winning the 1994 US Open after beating Colin Montgomerie and Loren Roberts in a playoff at the Oakmont Country Club.
Relive the final-round spectacle by Ernie Els at the 2010 Arnold Palmer Invitational, where he eventually claimed a two-shot victory despite some rain interruptions during the Sunday’s action.
Watch Ernie Els’ top 10 shots on the PGA Tour in this glorious video that was released at the beginning of the year, taking viewers as far back as the 1997 Honda Classic.