Henrik Stenson returns to Sun City as arguably the comeback player of his generation.
The tall Swede has enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2013 in which he's challenged in the Majors and dominated the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup Playoffs.
It's been an incredible return to form for a golfer who was at the top of his game in 2009 and then dropped to 230th in the world at the start of 2012.
When he scored a quadruple bogey on the par-four 18th hole at Augusta National Golf Club during the 2012 Masters, equalling the highest score ever on this hole, many thought Stenson's fall from grace was complete.
But he showed tremendous character to rebuild his game and work his way back into the top five in the world. It began with a victory in the 2012 South African Open, and that sparked a memorable 2013 season for Stenson.
Since his finish of second in the Open Championship in July, Stenson went on to finish third in the PGA Championship and then win the Deutsche Bank Championship and the Tour Championship to claim the overall FedEx Cup title and a $10 million bonus.
Stenson has enjoyed a number of firsts in his career. He was the first Swede to win a World Golf Championship event when he beat Geoff Ogilvy 2&1 in the final of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in 2007. And he became the highest ranked Swedish golfer in history when he reached fourth in the world in 2013.
But equally impressive was his first showing in the Nedbank Golf Challenge in 2006. In an event famous for its tough treatment of first-timers, Stenson finished second only two strokes behind winner Jim Furyk.
The following year he was fourth, and then in 2008 he broke through with a crushing nine-stroke victory over American Kenny Perry. A year later he was second again when he lost in a playoff with Robert Allenby.
Stenson was introduced to the game by a family friend, and by the age of 18 he was a scratch handicap. He went on to represent Sweden as an amateur, then joined the European Challenge Tour in 2000 and claimed three victories on his way to topping the Order of Merit.
That saw him graduate to the European Tour. He won in his first season on the main tour, beginning a career that would drop off the radar slightly before coming back with a force in 2013.