|— Golfer —|
|Full name||Keith Weller Horne|
9 June 1971 |
Durban, South Africa
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Weight||85 kg (187 lb; 13.4 st)|
|Residence||Alberton, South Africa|
|Children||Carmen, Jemma Anne|
|Current tour(s)||Sunshine Tour
|Former tour(s)||Asian Tour|
|Number of wins by tour|
After turning professional in 1996, Horne immediately joined the local Sunshine Tour, the richest professional golf tour in South Africa. His first professional win came in 1998 at the Vodacom Series: Kwazulu Natal. After that, he had a few off-seasons until he won a few unofficial Pro-Ams in 2003. His second official win came in 2007 at the MTC Namibia PGA Championship. He won again a year later at the Nashua Golf Challenge. Horne also holds membership on the Asian Tour, where he has yet to win.
In 2010, a runner-up finish in the Joburg Open, and a top ten finish at the Singapore Open, both events which are co-sanctioned with the European Tour meant that Horne earned enough to have a full European Tour membership for 2011.
In 2012 he picked up his fifth victory on the Sunshine Tour at the Telkom PGA Championship.
Horne married his wife Karen in September, 2000. He has two children, born in 2002 and 2007. He currently resides in Alberton.
- 1993-95 Represented Natal
- 1993 Won Silver Medal at World Games in Spain
Professional wins (8)
Sunshine Tour wins (5)
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of
|1||31 May 1998||Vodacom series: Kwazulu-Natal||−12 (68-68-68=204)||3 strokes||Chris Williams|
|2||20 Oct 2007||MTC Namibia PGA Championship||−18 (67-65-63=195)||5 strokes|| Doug McGuigan, Hennie Otto,
Ulrich van der Berg
|3||17 May 2008||Nashua Golf Challenge||−6 (72-68-70=210)||Playoff||Nic Henning|
|4||9 May 2010||Investec Royal Swazi Open||47 (10-10-11-16)||1 point||Christiaan Basson|
|5||26 Feb 2012||Telkom PGA Championship||−19 (70-63-67-69=269)||3 strokes||Jaco Ahlers, Darren Fichardt, Alex Haindl|
Other wins (3)
- 2003 Wild Coast Sun Touring Pro-Am, Royal Swazi Sun Touring Pro-Am
- 2009 Klipdrift Gold Sun International Touring Pro-Am