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Oosthuizen gets 2012 off on the right foot...
January 10, 2012

FootJoy Ambassador Louis Oosthuizen successfully defended his Africa Open title with a magnificent 27 under par total at the East London Golf Club, kick starting his 2012 Race to Dubai season in imperious form as he fired a closing 67 in front of his home gallery for a two-shot victory.

Wearing the FJ ICON shoe and the FJ SciFlex Glove, crowd favourite Ooosthuizen was in fine form all week, and his 72-hole total was just enough to see off joint overnight leader and fellow FJ loyalist Tjaart Van Der Walt, also sporting FJ ICON shoes as well as an FJ StaSof Glove. The victory instantly propels the popular South African to the top of The Race to Dubai Rankings.

The Men's FJ ICON
The Men's FJ ICON

“Congratulations must first go to Louis for a superb performance in overcoming a high-class field at The Africa Open to successfully defend his title. It is extremely gratifying to see our FJ tour players making such a promising start to the season and continuing the winning ways of 2011. With the impending launch of our new Footwear, Glove and Performance Apparel Collections alongside our continued tour success, 2012 looks set to be another memorable year for FootJoy” commented Russell Lawes, European Marketing Manager, FootJoy.






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