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The Dimension Data Pro-Am is one of the principal annual golf tournaments on the Southern African Sunshine Tour.

Dimension Data Pro-Am
LocationWestern Cape, South Africa
Established1996
Course(s)Fancourt (Montagu, Outeniqua and The Links)
Tour(s)Sunshine Tour
European Tour (1996–1997)
FormatStroke play
Prize fundR 5,000,000
Month playedFebruary
Aggregate268 Nick Price (1997)
268 Retief Goosen (2002)
268 Deane Pappas (2009)
268 George Coetzee (2016)
268 Philip Eriksson (2019)
To par−21 George Coetzee (2016)
−21 Philip Eriksson (2019)
Sweden Philip Eriksson

Until 2009 it was played at the Gary Player Country Club in Sun City, South Africa, with a prize fund in 2009 of R1.8 million. The Lost City course was during the early rounds. Since 2010 the tournament has been played at Fancourt in George in the Western Cape. It uses the Montagu and Outeniqua courses as well as The Links for the first three rounds, with the final round played on the Montagu course. Prize money in 2018 is R5 million. Since 2011 the winner has received an entry into the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

The tournament was founded in 1996, and was co-sanctioned by the European Tour for the first two years. The first two events were won by former World Number 1 Nick Price and top European Tour player Mark McNulty.

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up
2019 Philip Eriksson   Sweden 268 −21 3 strokes   Justin Walters
2018 Jaco Ahlers   South Africa 269 −20 3 strokes   Jean-Paul Strydom
2017 Paul Lawrie   Scotland 274 −15 1 stroke   Justin Hicks
  Chris Lloyd
  Chris Swanepoel
2016 George Coetzee   South Africa 268 −21 1 stroke   Dean Burmester
2015 Branden Grace   South Africa 278 −11 2 strokes   Keith Horne
2014 Estanislao Goya   Argentina 275 −14 1 stroke   Lucas Bjerregaard
  Keith Horne
  Jean Hugo
  Adilson da Silva
2013 Jaco van Zyl   South Africa 272 −17 1 stroke   Daniel Brooks
2012 Oliver Bekker   South Africa 276 −13 2 strokes   Thomas Aiken
  Tyrone Ferreira
2011 Hennie Otto   South Africa 273 −16 4 strokes   James Kingston
2010 Darren Fichardt (2)   South Africa 273 −16 1 stroke   Louis Oosthuizen
2009 Deane Pappas   South Africa 268 −20 8 strokes   James Kamte
2008 James Kamte   South Africa 277 −11 3 strokes   James Kingston
2007 Louis Oosthuizen   South Africa 277 −11 1 stroke   Omar Sandys
2006 Alan McLean   Scotland 285 −3 Playoff   Tyrone van Aswegen
2005 Simon Wakefield   England 279 −9 3 strokes   Nic Henning
2004 Darren Fichardt   South Africa 278 −10 2 strokes   Nick Price
  Ulrich van den Berg
2003 Trevor Immelman   South Africa 271 −17 1 stroke   Andrew McLardy
  Bruce Vaughan
2002 Retief Goosen   South Africa 268 −20 3 strokes   Scott Drummond
2001 Darren Clarke   Northern Ireland 274 −14 2 strokes   Tjaart van der Walt
  Retief Goosen
2000 Lee Westwood   England 274 −14 5 strokes   Tom Gillis
1999 Scott Dunlap   United States 273 −15 5 strokes   Steve van Vuuren
1998 Nick Price (2)   Zimbabwe 276 −12 5 strokes   Mark McNulty
1997 Nick Price   Zimbabwe 268 −20 8 strokes   David Frost
1996 Mark McNulty   Zimbabwe 282 −6 4 strokes   Brenden Pappas
  Nick Price
  Ricky Willison

In 2006 McLean beat van Aswegen with a par at the second hole of a sudden-death playoff.

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