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Oosthuizen whinges about haircut before Presidents Cup

SA golfers Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel say the haircuts they got before the start of the Presidents Cup feel like an injury.

Louis Oosthuizen: Woods should have been disqualified

The South African says Tiger Woods should have been disqualified from the US Masters for signing a wrong score card after an incorrect drop.

King Louis soars to victory at Malaysian Open

South African golfer Louis Oosthuizen shrugged off a devastating playoff loss in the Masters, as he obtained a three shot victory.

Oosthuizen keeps slender lead going into final round

South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen held on to his one-shot lead going into the final round of the rain-hit Malaysian Open.

Schwartzel, Oosthuizen make positive Masters starts

Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel have eased into the Malaysian Masters on a high, despite Ooshuizen's Masters loss to Bubba Watson.

Oosthuizen eyes recovery in Malaysia Open

Louis Oosthuizen follows in the footsteps of Rory McIlroy this week as he looks to recover quickly in the tropical heat of the Maybank Malaysian Open.

Oosthuizen’s wonder shot that wasn’t

Louis Oosthuizen's albatross in the Augusta Masters might have been what held him back from beating Bubba Watson in their sudden-death playoff.

Oosthuizen in position for strong Masters finish

Louis Oosthuizen, a proven major winner, has moved into a good position to clinch this week's Masters title despite being two shots behind the leader.

Home sweet home for Els at Fancourt

Ernie Els has much to look forward to when he takes on several other South African Major winners at Fancourt, South Africa.

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