Bryce Easton claimed his second victory in three tournaments when he won the Origins of Golf at Zebula Country Club on Friday.
On a windy day in the bushveld, Easton closed with a composed 68 to win on 16-under-par 200, three strokes clear of Doug McGuigan.
Easton's victory comes after his breakthrough win in the Sun City Challenge three weeks ago.
“I'm over the moon. The goal was just to get that first win, and I was ecstatic when I got that one out of the way.This week I put myself in a good position and here we are again,” Easton said.
Easton went into the final round tied for the lead with McGuigan.
His more experienced opponent matched him for a birdie on the second hole.
Easton then went one clear with his birdie on the third following a sublime chip to get within inches of the hole.
The difficult par-four fifth provided the first turning point. Easton made a solid par while McGuigan made a double bogey following a poor chip from the green side rough.
McGuigan's bogey on the seventh gave Easton a four-stroke lead, and he was never under threat on the back nine.
Easton's bogey on 14 was offset by another strong finish featuring two birdies in his final three holes, and including a chip-in for birdie on the 16th.
It was exactly the kind of finish Easton has come to relish.
For his first victory at Sun City, he eagled the 18th to make it into a playoff and then eagled the 18th again to win.
“I love being in the thick of things and as a junior I always enjoyed it because it made me concentrate,” Easton said.
“That's why I play, to execute great shots and produce under pressure.
“It's an awesome feeling when you do that under pressure.”
He showed great composure on a tricky day in the wind.
“Even before I won at Sun City I started to feel very comfortable on Tour,” he said.
“I've been playing well and I feel like I'm coming to events now looking to win and not just make the cut or make the pre-qualifier like last year.
“To get two wins in three weeks is great.”
McGuigan produced his own bit of magic at the end when he eagled the 18th to make second place his own with a 71.
Dean Burmester signed for a 68 to finish third on 12 under.
Easton's week was made that much more memorable by a unique trophy handover when he was handed the trophy by one of the Zebula elephants. – Sapa