|Current season, competition or edition:|
2019 Big Easy Tour
|Countries||Based in Southern Africa.|
The Big Easy Tour is a golf tour based in Southern Africa, founded in 2011. It is a developmental tour for the Sunshine Tour. The top five players earn Sunshine Tour cards, with those 6th-30th earning entry into the final stage of Sunshine Tour qualifying school. The tour is named after the nickname of South African golfer Ernie Els.
In 2017, three tournaments were co-sanctioned with the MENA Golf Tour.
|2018||Dylan Kok||South Africa||58,789|
|2017||Jacquin Hess||South Africa||75,161|
|2016||Jason Viljoen||South Africa||75,408|
|2015||Christiaan Bezuidenhout||South Africa||70,465|
|2014||Maritz Wessels||South Africa||51,593|
|2013||Divan Gerber||South Africa||60,694|
|2012||Teboho Sefatsa||South Africa||76,170|
|2011||Louis Calitz||South Africa||61,022|