Sweden’s Henrik Stenson recorded an impressive victory at the Nedbank Golf Challenge when he claimed a nine-stroke win at the Gary Player Country Club, South Africa. Stenson went into the final round with an eight-stroke lead, a lead which he built on early in the final round round with a birdie at the par-five second. The FootJoy shoe wearer finished with a 21-under-par 267 to record the second-largest winning margin in the history of the tournament, behind a 12-shot triumph set in 1993.
Wearing an all white pair of FootJoy Classics (style #50867), Stenson marched to the top of winners podium to claim the $1.2 million winner’s cheque. The win was Stenson’s second in two weeks after he and Robert Karlsson claimed victory at the World Cup last week.
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