The European Tour's golfing year comes to an end on Sunday with the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek.
First held in the mid-1990s, the tournament was absent from last year's schedule as the host course underwent a number of improvements ahead of the 2018 instalment.
This will be the 14th Dunhill-sponsored event in South Africa to be staged at the venue which sits on the southern edge of the vast Kruger National Park.
And few pros enjoy any course as much as Charl Schwartel likes Leopard Creek.
In much the same way as Sergio Garcia dominates Valderrama, Schwartzel has an astonishing record at the 22-year-old Gary Player-designed layout.
In addition to his four victories (2004-12-13-15) at the Creek, there have been just as many runner-up finishes (2005-06-09-10), plus one other top-10.
Schwartzel arrives here in reasonably confident mood, after standing on the podium in his national open on Sunday.
However, he may feel a little aggrieved that he failed to take advantage of his second round 63 at Randpark where he led by one stroke after 36 holes.
Most of South Africa's top players have made the 250-mile journey east, and slightly north, from last week's tournament in Johannesburg to compete at the Creek.
The emotional winner at Randpark, Louis Oosthuizen, has twice been runner-up on this week's course, while Thomas Aiken has finished in the top-five three times.
Aiken, who tied-for-third last week after closing with a 67, is enjoying his best run of form for more than three years.
Branden Grace is a former champion at the Creek, while Dylan Frittelli will be chomping at the bit to make up for last week's missed cut.
One other home-player to take note of is Jbe' Kruger who has slipped to a world ranking of 460 but tied-seventh on Sunday and might offer a decent each-way price.
World No 44 Matt Wallace remains in South Africa for his final start of 2018 and will tee-up on the back of three straight top-15 finishes.
The Englishman missed the cut on his Creek debut in 2016 but don't read too much into that.
Oliver Wilson, who 10 years ago played for Europe in the Ryder Cup, made the podium in Johannesburg on Sunday after playing the final 54 holes better than anyone in the field.
The 38-year-old is enjoying an upward curve after slipping outside the world's top 2,000 earlier this year but he now stands at No 199.
Wilson has won twice on the Challenge Tour since early August and should be upbeat heading to Leopard Creek.
Scotsman David Drysdale has a strong course history and was fifth in Hong Kong last month.
Gregory Bourdy has twice stood on the podium here, while his French compatriot Romain Langasque has taken his excellent end-of-season form on the Challenge Tour, into life on the main European Tour.
As for Leopard Creek, it is a gently undulating location which incorporates much of the characteristics of the local area, meaning there is no shortage of trees, bushes, slopes and water hazards on the highly-rated course.
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MC* - Missed Additional 54-Hole Cut
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