Louis Oosthuizen

SA’s Oosthuizen up for Laureus World Sports Award

British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen is the only South African on the list of nominees for the Laureus World Sports Awards.

Tim Clark upbeat about SA’s golfing future

Tim Clark believes the future of South African golf is in good hands with the likes of Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen.

Oosthuizen out to show Open win was no fluke

Louis Oosthuizen is out to prove at this week's US PGA Championship that his maiden Major win at the Open Championship last month was no fluke.

Louis-come-lately

The farmer's son surprised the golfing world with his major win last weekend but those who know him say he's always been destined for great thing.

Oosthuizen celebrates Open win with new tractor

British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen has shunned the glamour of a new Ferrari or Porsche and spent some of his winnings on a custom-built tractor.

Oosthuizen headlines Scandinavian Masters

Newly crowned British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen headlines the field at the Scandinavian Masters starting on Thursday.

Els ‘unbelievably proud’ of Oosthuizen

No one was happier than world number six Ernie Els after protégé Louis Oosthuizen cantered to a seven-shot victory at the Open Championship.

Oosthuizen completes runaway victory

Louis Oosthuizen turned the British Open into a procession on Sunday, winning the famed Claret Jug after crushing the world's best by seven strokes.

Moment of truth arrives for Oosthuizen at St Andrews

Louis Oosthuizen stands on the brink of a first major victory on Sunday after finishing the third round of the British Open with a four-shot cushion.

Open season on Oosthuizen at British Open

Winds greeted players at Saturday's start of the third round of the British Open, where Tiger Woods was among those taking aim at Louis Oosthuizen.

Oosthuizen waits to see extent of lead

Saturday's action at the 150th anniversary British Open stands poised with Louis Oosthuizen hoping for the biggest halfway lead in 28 years.

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