MTC Namibia PGA Championship
|Course(s)||Windhoek Country Club|
|Length||7,187 yards (6,570 m)|
|Prize fund||R 1,200,000|
|Tournament record score|
195 Keith Horne (2008)|
268 J. G. Claassen (2011)
−18 Keith Horne (2008)|
−16 J. G. Claassen (2011)
|J. G. Claassen|
The MTC Namibia PGA Championship was a golf tournament on the Sunshine Tour. It was founded in 2004, the year after the PGA of Namibia was formed, and played at the Windhoek Country Club, to the south of Windhoek, Namibia until 2009 when it moved to Rossmund Golf Club in Swakopmund. After not being played in 2010, it moved back to Windhoek in 2011.
In 2008, the event was played over 72 holes for the first time, having previously been contested over just three rounds, with a prize fund of 1 million rand, making it the richest event on the winter swing of the tour.
|MTC Namibia PGA Championship|
|2011||J. G. Claassen||268 (−16)|
|2009||Hennie Otto||280 (−8)PO|
|2008||Tongoona Charamba||270 (−14)PO|
|2007||Keith Horne||195 (−18)|
|2006||Anton Haig||196 (−17)|
|2005||Thomas Aiken||198 (−15)|
|2004||Mark Murless||202 (−11)|
- "R1-million beckons for field in MTC Namibia PGA Championship". Sunshine Tour. 4 November 2008. Retrieved 2008-11-08.
- Sunshine Tour – official site