This prestigious event began in 1996 and since then, every year, talented amateur golfers head down to Prince’s Grant Coastal Golf Estate to take part in the tournament. The Prince’s Grant National Amateur Invitational consists of a challenging 4 round tournament which tests both the ability and endurance of young, up and coming golfers.
The event attracts high profile amateur players in South Africa, and as a result this attracts local and international media to the event. Additionally, top business executives are present at the event, and this makes for a very attractive opportunity to network.
The event is played on the immaculate golf course that is Prince’s Grant, that features challenging holes that will test the amateurs competing in the event. It is well maintained and offers stunning views of the landscape and ocean nearby.
Past winners include recent Alfred Dunhill Cup winner, Brandon Stone and Luke Jerling who won the 2016 tournament. Top upcoming players have also participated in this prestigious tournament such as Aneurin Gounden who trains at the Ernie Els & Fancourt Foundation and tied for fourth in the 2016 tournament. Global stars such as Jbe Kruger, Brandon Grace and Haydn Porteous have also won the tournament on previous occasions.
We are in the initial planning stages of the event; however this year’s tournament will be of unmatched standards thanks to participation of new event sponsors, Oxigen Communications. The event will be live streamed and viewed by avid golfers across the globe.