Danny Willett’s second European Tour victory, at the Nedbank Challenge, was confirmation of a career finally heading in the right direction. Certainly, the man in second place thought so. “Danny was just too good,” said Ross Fisher, who finished 14-under-par (four shots back) at the Gary Player CC. Willett shot a 66 over a punishing course to win emphatically. A preacher’s son known as something of a hyperactive soul, Willett displayed maturity under pressure, his swing speed and rhythm admirably consistent down the stretch. Willett entered the 30-man field ranked 84th in the world. He’s the lowest-ranked champion since Fulton Allem surprised all with his 1988 victory.