A blemish-free back nine on the final round saw Christiaan Bezuidenhout win the Alfred Dunhill Championship by four strokes.
Tiger Woods' 2008 U.S. Open win inspired Pablo Larrazabal to battle a painful toe blister and win the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Seeking his first win on the European Tour for over four years, Pablo Larrazabal is in a strong position after round three.
After a run of four successive birdies on the back nine, including a 100-foot putt, Pablo Larrazabal took a healthy lead after day two.
Wil Besseling showed off his shorts game as well as his short game to card an opening 65 at Leopard Creek.
Scott Jamieson was left to reflect on another missed opportunity as David Lipsky took the title at Leopard Creek Country Club.
Scott Jamieson has not won on the European Tour for six years, but he has a great chance of ending his drought on Sunday.
American David Lipsky is the man to catch at Leopard Creek, but a quartet of Scotsmen are breathing down his neck.
Oliver Bekker leads the way after 18 holes at the Alfred Dunhill Championship after carding an opening-round 66 on Thursday.
Graeme McDowell has not had an official top-10 in almost a year, but he is hopeful of appearing at next year's Ryder Cup.