England’s Dan Bradbury, 23, is taking advantage of a sponsor’s invitation to claim a fairytale victory at the Joburg Open and secure a spot in the 2023 Open
- Bradbury earned DP World Tour membership by winning the Joburg Open
- The Yorkshireman finished on 21-under par to claim his first title on Sunday
- He was playing in just his third DP Tour event after turning professional in July
England’s Dan Bradbury sealed a fairytale victory at the Joburg Open to go from having no status on any tour to being the proud owner of a DP World Tour membership and a spot in the 2023 Open.
With his mother watching, the 23-year-old, who only turned professional in July and received a sponsor’s invitation to the event, led after each round at Houghton Golf Club and closed out a three-shot win with final-round 67.
The Yorkshireman, playing in just his third DP World Tour event, finished at 21-under par to claim his first title.
England’s Dan Bradbury with his mother after winning the Joburg Open on Sunday
‘It’s just a lot of pressure taken off your back — that’s nice — but it hasn’t sunk in yet and I don’t think it will last long,’ he said.