The Nedbank Golf Challenge will return to Sun City for the event's 40-year anniversary later this year. The 2020 and 2021 editions were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but with no government restrictions this year, "Africa's Major" will be back in full force in 2022.
"We're extremely excited to be able to celebrate this milestone edition of the Nedbank Golf Challenge in a manner truly befitting this iconic golf tournament. The hospitality offering this year will be unrivalled and we have a number of other exciting new initiatives which we will announce in due course and which will allow fans to enjoy every moment of the history of this incredible event," said Ken Payet, tournament director of the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
The DP World Tour event is scheduled for 10-13 November at the Gary Player Country Club. England's Tommy Fleetwood won the event when it was last played in 2019.
Dean Burmester has confirmed his place in the Nedbank Golf Challenge and will make his third appearance in “Africa’s Major” at the Gary Player Country Club at Sun City. #AfricasMajor #NGC2022 pic.twitter.com/GDDWdX0aGr
— Nedbank Golf Challenge (@AfricasMajor) August 23, 2022
South African golfer Dean Burmester has joined the star-studded line-up for this year's Nedbank Golf Challenge at Gary Player Country Club in Sun City.
Burmester will make his third appearance in 'Africa's Major', which is scheduled to take place from 10-13 November.
Burmester, who finished tied 11th in the 2018 Nedbank Golf Challenge, is currently in the United States of America, plying his trade on the Korn Ferry Tour, hoping to secure a spot on the 2022/23 PGA Tour. Meanwhile, Burmester will be chasing in the history at the Nedbank Golf Challenge as he seeks to become the seventh South African winner of the tournament and also the third Zimbabwean-born champion.
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