Waterfall City Tournament of Champions powered by Attacq

ADVERTORIAL– WATERFALL City and Attacq are sponsoring a new Sunshine Tour tournament.

The 2024/25 season is kicking off with the inaugural Waterfall City Tournament of Champions powered by Attacq.

This event will feature a field of champions from throughout South African golf, all chasing a first prize of R1 million.

The tournament, to be played at the Royal Johannesburg Golf Club’s East Championship Course from 2 – 5 May 2024, will include an impressive line-up of golfing champs comprised largely of winners of Sunshine Tour events during the 2023/24 season.

Men and women will compete in this mixed tournament for the big prize, one of the largest on the Sunshine Tour.

The South African Disabled Golf Association (SADGA) will also be competing in their own tournament ahead of the field where six of South Africa’s leading golfers with disabilities have been given a unique opportunity to compete.

SADGA Non-Executive Director Pieter Verwey praised the Sunshine Tour’s vision and tournament sponsors Waterfall City and Attacq for creating an opportunity to showcase the considerable talent within the ranks of golf for the disabled.

The Waterfall City Tournament of Champions powered by Attacq and supported by The Courier Guy, is a unique four-day golf tournament. Not only is it nicknamed ‘the winner’s tournament’ so fans and visitors can watch all their favourite players, but it showcases a different format of 9 holes.

Image Sunshine Tour (Nadia van der Westhuizen during the Denis Hutchinson Challenge at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club).

Players will play the 9-hole course twice daily, ensuring participants and spectators can enjoy all the action over a smaller area. This means no more trekking from hole to hole. This new format guarantees you will always be part of the action wherever you are.

Thanks to the tournament’s smaller radius, it ensures comprehensive TV coverage, with all holes covered simultaneously.

You can watch live coverage on SuperSport Channel 213 Golf, if you cannot be there in person.

The tournament will be played with a drastically reduced field.

Between 30 and 50 players have been invited, compared to the usual 120 players.

Image Carl Fourie (Thriston Lawrence teeing off at the Investec SA Open Championship at Blair Atholl Golf and Equestrian Estate on December, in Pretoria).

Another addition to the programme will be the Spectator Village. Visitors can expect food trucks, drinks and activities for all ages.

“This is not just an event for golf enthusiasts. This is a fun event for the whole family to get out and enjoy the splendour of one of SA’s most prestigious golf clubs,” says Mcebisi Mtshali, Marketing Manager Sunshine Tour.

Waterfall City and Attacq are excited to be the primary sponsors of this inaugural golf tournament. Recognised for their dynamic, innovative and forward-thinking vision, Mtshali says, “We were looking for brands that are leaders in a South African context, which inspire confidence within South African consumers, and Waterfall City is the perfect fit.”

Willie Vos, CEO of Waterfall City Management Company says, “At Waterfall City, we approach everything we do with passion, excellence, innovation, respect and care.

We recognise these same qualities in the Sunshine Tour brand and team, and together with our strategic development partner Attacq, Waterfall City is pleased to sponsor the new leg in the wonderful Sunshine Tour.

Image Shaun Roy ( Emma Nilsson of Sweden celebrates her birdie on the 18th to finish in 2nd place during day 3 of the 2020 Investec South African Women’s Open at Westlake Golf Club, Cape Town).

As a golf enthusiast, I’m very excited to follow this tournament along with the families, friends and fans and wish all the players the best of luck.”

“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,” says 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, in addition to six golfers from the South African Disabled Golf Association.”

Make sure not to miss out on this exciting event.

Date: 2 – 5 May 2024

Venue: Royal Johannesburg Golf Club’s East Championship Course

Tickets: Available from

Price: R100 per ticket, kids under 16 free


Top image Sunshine Tour (Zethu Myeki teeing off during the Denis Hutchinson Challenge at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club).

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