Golf Tournaments

National Amateur Invitational – 16-18th May 2022

It is with pleasure that we announce the relaunch of the Princes Grant Amateur Invitational Tournament scheduled for Monday 16th, Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th of May. This tournament is being hosted under the auspices of the objectives in the opening item of our Club constitution: ” to promote, foster and support the game of golf at Princes Grant and in particular, support and promote the traditions and spirit of amateur golf”.


The tournament consists of a 72-hole Medal Strokeplay event over the 3 days to which the top 60 available amateurs in South Africa, from the top 100, will be invited and for which they can earn ranking points toward both our national rankings as well as the World Amateur Golf Rankings.


Monday, 16th May will see the first round played in conjunction with the Hugh Baiocchi Celebrity Golf Day. This will be a 4 Ball Alliance competition in which Princes Grant members and invited guests or celebrities will participate with 2 of the invited amateurs. The golf will be followed by our formal Golf Dinner at which the South African Amateur champion will be inducted into our Club as an Honorary Life Member. A guest speaker will be invited to this dinner. The cost to PG members for this day will be R600.00 per person which will include the golf, a commemorative golf shirt and the dinner function. Members wishing to be included are requested to enter at the Pro shop as early as possible as places will be limited.


Entry Forms

The Prince’s Grant National Amateur Invitational 2022

The Hugh Baiocchi Celebrity Golf Day 2022


Brief History of The Prince’s Grant National Amateur
Since Prince’s Grant Golf & Country Estate was founded in 1994, it has been the vision and mission to promote amateur golf in South Africa . In line with this philosophy, we have extended honorary life membership of our golf club to all winners of the South African Amateur Championship. In addition we have inaugurated a national amateur invitational tournament that is held on an annual basis, to which we invite the top 60 amateurs in South Africa. Over the past few years, many of the best amateurs in South Africa have played in the event and some have gone on to become successful professional golfers both locally and internationally.
Prince’s Grant plans, organizes and runs the tournament and ensures that we maintain both the number and quality of the field through strict selection criteria as well as ensure that development players are given the opportunity to participate at this top level of competition. The amateurs invited to the tournament do not pay any entry fee for the tournament, and their stay and meals is at no cost to them. The full cost of the tournament is borne by the Club with the assistance of sponsors.