South African golfer Christiaan Bezuidenhout will compete in the 40th edition of the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Gary Player Country Club from November 10-13.

Bezuidenhout returns to Sun City with a victory in the 2020 South African Open.

Bezuidenhout will compete in the Nedbank Golf Challenge for the second time, having finished tied for 24th in the previous edition in 2019.

“The Nedbank Golf Challenge is an iconic event for all of us as South Africans, and it will be really special to have the fans behind us and supporting us as we all try to win a tournament that is very close to our hearts,” Bezuidenhout said.

“I can’t wait to return to Sun City and compete in such a historic edition of the Nedbank Golf Challenge.”

“Winning at Gary Player Country Club is a goal for any South African professional because it is such a great test of golf, and doing so in the South African Open made it even more special.” “I adore the Gary Player Country Club’s golf course and overall atmosphere.”

Last season, Bezuidenhout finished 51st on the FedEx Cup Standings as the leading South African on the PGA Tour, and he came close to a breakthrough victory when he tied for second in the John Deere Classic.

The Olympian has made 20 of 24 cuts and was selected as one of Trevor Immelman’s captain’s picks for the International team for this month’s Presidents Cup.

Bezuidenhout joins countrymen Dean Burmester and Thriston Lawrence, as well as defending champion Tommy Fleetwood of England and American Will Zalatoris, in the field.

Tickets for the Nedbank Golf Challenge start at R40 for Pro-Ams and R250 for Tournament Rounds and can be purchased here, as can Hospitality Packages for the Circa Champions Club, Circa Pavilion, or Circa 18th Green.

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