Overnight co-leader Ockie Strydom closed with a 69 to reach 18-under and win his maiden DP World Tour title at the Alfred Dunhill Championship by two shots.
Winning at @LeopardCreekCC 🐆🏆
— DP World Tour (@DPWorldTour) December 11, 2022
"It feels good," said the South African. "I’ve finally done it. To do it on Leopard Creek as well is something special.
"It's my favourite place, this. The course is looking phenomenal - the best I've ever seen it.
"It's the bush. I'm calm in the bush. My first win was in the bush and now we're back in the bush.
"I'm just happy."
Spain's Adrian Otaegui carded a final-round 68 to finish second at 16-under followed by England's Laurie Canter (64) in third place at 15-under.
South Africans Branden Grace (70) and Oliver Bekker (71) tied for fourth at 14-under alongside Canada's Aaron Cockerill (69).
Scott Jamieson of Scotland, who shared the overnight lead, produced a single birdie, three bogeys and a double bogey at the par-4 9th and closed with a 76 to finish T11 at 11-under.