Louis Oosthuizen / getty images Louis Oosthuizen won the Volvo Golf Champions tournament in South Africa at the Durban Country Club on Sunday. He shot an awesome last round 66, -6 under par, for a -16 under par total, to win by one shot from Scott Jamieson, who could only manage a par round of 72, and watched as the title slipped through his fingers, he finished at -15 under par. This win is Louis' sixth European Tour title and one that elevates him to a career-high fourth in the Official World Golf Ranking, pushing England's Justin Rose down to fifth in the world. In interview Louis said; " It was a great week, a lot of things happened. It's a great start to the year, I knew I had to come out and get my name up there. After being five down, to make it up after 12 holes, I was really chuffed about that. I just played really well all day." Scott Jamieson had no shame in losing out to a Major Champion, but was annoyed about his double bogey on hole 5: "Louis is a Major Champion, there's no shame in losing to him, I gave it my all, but it wasn't to be. The double bogey was a kick in the teeth, but I had tons of chances and couldn't take them." Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand secured third place at - 14 under par, closing with a round of 68, with Ireland's Padraig Harrington also closing with a -4 under par 68, to climb to fourth position on his own at -12 under par for the tournament.