Andy Sullivan heads for Open after South African double
England's Andy Sullivan claimed his second European Tour title in Johannesburg in the space of eight weeks, carding a closing 66 to win the Joburg Open.
Sullivan finished 17 under par at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club, two shots ahead of compatriots David Howell and Anthony Wall, Ireland's Kevin Phelan and South African pair Jaco van Zyl and Wallie Coetsee.
The 27-year-old from Nuneaton, who defeated Charl Schwartzel in a play-off in the South African Open at nearby Glendower in January, also claimed one of the three places up for grabs in the Open Championship at St Andrews, with Howell and Wall claiming the other two by virtue of their higher world ranking.
"It's unbelievable," Sullivan said at the presentation ceremony. "I never imagined it would happen again so quickly. Coming down the stretch me and my caddie were loving life again and enjoying it. It seems to be a theme, enjoying my golf and getting the right results at the moment."