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Monday, 20 November 2023 14:57

Waterfall City Tournament sees Sunshine Tour field compete for R1 million first prize.

By Michael Vlismas.

The Sunshine Tour will tee off its 2024/25 season with the new Waterfall City Tournament of Champions powered by Attacq that will feature a field of champions throughout South African golf all chasing a first prize of R1 million.

The tournament, to be played at Royal Johannesburg Golf Club’s East Championship Course from 2-5 May 2024 and with live coverage on SuperSport, will include a field of champions comprised largely of winners of Sunshine Tour events during the 2023/24 season.

The field will also include:
- The winner of the 2023/24 Sunshine Tour Order of Merit delivered by the Courier Guy
- The 2023/24 Fortress Rookie of the Year
- The leading Papwa Sewgolum Class player from the 2023/24 Sunshine Tour Order of Merit delivered by the Courier Guy not otherwise exempt
- South African Winners of international tournaments held outside of the borders of South Africa from 1 January 2023 until the Waterfall City Tournament of Champions powered by Attacq
- The winner of the 2024 Sunshine Ladies Tour Order of Merit
- Sunshine Ladies Tour winners from 2024
- The winner of the 2023 Altron Big Easy Tour Order of Merit
- The winner of the 2024 African Amateur
- The leading amateur from the GolfRSA Order of Merit, as nominated by GolfRSA
- 5 wild card entries

"We are proud to welcome the Waterfall City Tournament of Champions powered by Attacq and also supported by The Courier Guy to our Sunshine Tour schedule and look forward to teeing off our new season with a true celebration of the champions of South African golf," said Thomas Abt, Commissioner of the Sunshine Tour.

"This tournament will celebrate the very best of South African golf as we showcase our Sunshine Tour and Sunshine Ladies Tour winners as well as our top transformation player, our next generation of professional stars and our top amateurs."