Schwartzel romps to 12-shot win in South Africa
"That doesn't happen often," he said. "Normally after a win by such a big margin, it's hard to put up the same show the next week. It's satisfying to continue that form and play the same sort of golf. I keep talking about consistency, and mine is back where I like it to be."
The only thing that slowed Schwartzel on the final day was a brief weather delay. This was his first title on the European Tour since his Masters victory two years ago. His win in Thailand was his first title on any tour since Augusta.
Schwartzel finished with four birdies and a bogey to win with scores of 67, 64, 64, 69. He overtook Jamieson at the top of the tour's Race to Dubai money list after the opening two events of the season.
Sweden's Magnus Carlsson had the third hole-in-one in three days on the par-3 No. 12. Keith Horne aced the hole Friday and Saturday.
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