George Coetzee WITB: 2018 Tshwane Open

George Coetzee Witb

George Coetzee claimed his fourth European Tour title and his second Tshwane Open title after finishing two shots clear of 2017 Q-School champion, Sam Horsfield.

It really was win on home soil for the South African at Pretoria Country Club, where he is currently a member and is also where he won the Tshwane Open title three years ago.

The big hitting Titleist brand ambassador finished the week second in the driving distance stats using his 917 D3 driver, averaging 339.3 yards off the tee.

George Coetzee Witb 3

Coetzee also plays the brand’s latest 718 CB irons and Vokey SM7 wedges, but still carries a 712U utility iron that was first released back in 2013.

Watch -> Titleist 818 hybrids vs 718 T-MB: Reader testing

It wasn’t just the South African’s power however that was instrumental in his triumph. He finished third in the Putts per GIR stats and also put on a bit of a putting master class with his birdie barrage on the back 9 of his final round. Here is a look at his bag in full:

George Coetzee – WITB

Driver:Titleist 917 D3 (10.5˚)
Fairway Wood:Titleist 917 F2 (16.5˚)
Utility Iron: Titleist 712U (2)
Irons:Titleist 718 CB(4-PW)
Wedges:
Titleist Vokey SM7 (50˚, 56˚, 60˚)
Putter:
Odyssey White Hot Pro #5
Ball:
Titleist Pro V1x
Shoes:
FootJoy ContourFIT

Golf News

Tickets on-sale for Solheim Cup Opening Ceremony Day
Legend calls Tiger's Masters win "the greatest comeback I've ever seen"
Carnoustie set to unveil redesigned fourth course
OPINION: Time to cheer up, golfers
Planning on going to The Open? Bad news...

Other Top Stories

Tiger Woods puts new irons in the bag
New Fife golf course gets go ahead
Review: Adare Manor, Ireland's rejuvenated masterpiece
Win a spot in the ASI Scottish Open Pro-Am with Hilton
Padraig Harrington targets 2020 Ryder Cup captaincy

Quick tips with Denis Pugh and Peter Barber See all videos right arrow

play button
Don’t let the hands flip over at impact
Watch
play button
Tighten your dispersion
Watch
play button
How to hold your finish like a tour pro
Callaway
play button
A good grip will give you more consistency
Watch
See all videos right arrow