|Location||Malalane, Mpumalanga, South Africa|
|Course(s)||Leopard Creek Country Club|
|Length||7,287 yards (6,663 m)|
|Aggregate||264 Charl Schwartzel (2012)|
|To par||−24 Charl Schwartzel (2012)|
The Alfred Dunhill Championship is a men's professional golf tournament which is played in South Africa. It is part of the Southern African Sunshine Tour and is one of four events in South Africa that are co-sanctioned by the more prestigious European Tour.
The tournament was founded in 2000, but its origins lie in Dunhill's sponsorship of the South African PGA Championship between 1995 and 1999. Following the 1999 Alfred Dunhill PGA Championship, the company decided to discontinue their association with the South African PGA, and create their own stand alone tournament. The first event was held in January 2000 at the Houghton Golf Club in Johannesburg, and replaced the South African PGA Championship on the European Tour calendar.
In 2004, the tournament was rescheduled to December, resulting in two events being staged that year. Following this change, the Alfred Dunhill Championship has formed part of the following year's European Tour season. In addition, the event was moved to the Leopard Creek Country Club, just south of the Kruger National Park in Malalane, Mpumalanga.
In 2016, the Alfred Dunhill Championship replaced the South African Open as the tour's flagship event by the Official World Golf Ranking governing board, starting in December 2016. The winner is awarded a minimum of 32 OWGR points.
* Two events in 2004 due to change in scheduling from January to December.
+ 2000 event reduced to three rounds because of rain.