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Nedbank Affinity Cup

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Nedbank Affinity Cup

Nedbank Affinity Cup
Tournament information
Location Sun City, South Africa
Established 2007
Course(s) Lost City Golf Course
Par 72
Length 7,385 yards (6,753 m)
Tour(s) Sunshine Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund R750,000
Month played November
Tournament record score
Aggregate 201 Jacques Blaauw (2013)
To par −15 (as above)
Current champion
Louis de Jager

The Nedbank Affinity Cup is a golf tournament on the Sunshine Tour. It was founded in 2007 as a precursor to the Nedbank Golf Challenge, and is played at the Gary Player designed Lost City Golf Course, in Sun City, North West province, South Africa.[1]

Winners

Year Winner Score
2014 Louis de Jager 204 (−12)PO
2013 Jacques Blaauw 201 (−15)
2012 Trevor Fisher Jnr 207 (−9)
2011 Warren Abery 205 (−11)
2010 No tournament
2009 Jake Roos 204 (−12)PO
2008 Tyrone van Aswegen 204 (−12)
2007 Mark Murless 202 (−14)
  • PO Won in a playoff

References

  1. ^ "Nedbank's golfing affinity grows".  

External links

  • Sunshine Tour - official site


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