Nedbank Golf Challenge

Stenson wins at Sun City

2008-12-07 16:27

Sun City - Swede Henrik Stenson has won this year's Nedbank Golf Challenge by nine shots at the Gary Player Country Club on Sunday.
Stenson closed with a 68 to win on 21 under par.

American Kenny Perry finished second on 12 under par with a 65 and Swede Robert Karlsson third on nine under with a final round of 72.

Rory Sabbatini finished as the leading South African in fourth place on eight under par with a closing 70.

 Final round scores:

267 - Henrik Stenson (SWE) 63-71-65-68
276 - Kenny Perry (USA) 73-70-68-65
279 - Robert Karlsson (SWE) 72-68-67-72
280 - Rory Sabbatini (RSA) 68-70-72-70
284 - Sergio Garcia (ESP) 72-70-72-70, Lee Westwood (GBR) 70-72-70-72
286 - KJ Choi (KOR) 72-67-73-74, James Kingston (RSA) 72-77-70-67
290 - Justin Rose (GBR) 73-73-72-72
291 - Trevor Immelman (RSA) 72-73-69-77
292 - Luke Donald (GBR) 72-74-71-75
293 - Miguel Angel Jimenez (ESP) 75-76-73-69.


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