The World of Leading Golf World Cup Series
Starting 2017, World of Leading Golf engages member clubs and their golfing members in an unmatchable tournament series on a leading level, offering
- Tournaments on some of the most beautiful courses in the world
- Dining as a culinary experience in an exclusive atmosphere
- Extraordinary entertainment with regional character
- Co-players that promise sophisticated company, as the participants will be of the same social and intellectual mindset.
In order to participate, members of WLG member clubs should go and ask their club to form a team of four. As such a team, they may go and join one or more of the tournaments hosted and experience the extraordinary quality and uniqueness of other WLG member clubs.
The participation in a tournament includes:
- Hotel accommodation
- Greenfees (including optional practice day)
- Gala/prize giving dinner
- Welcome pack
- Minimum of one special local activity
- Halfway house snack service
- An additional welcome package may be provided by a WLG brand partner and/or sponsor.
Amongst those staging the 2017 events are Finca Cortesin in Spain, Monte Rei Golf & Country Club in Portugal, Yas Links in Abu Dhabi and Costa Adeje on the island of Teneriffe.
You are a member of a World of Leading Golf Club? Then this is your chance to get involved in a sophisticated and fun series unmatched by any other.
Format of play:
- 36-hole stableford in 2 days
- Flights consist of 4 players arranged by strict handicap order; team members are not to play in the same flight.
- The best 3 scores of each team of 4 of each day will be accounted to the final team score
- The WLG member club team with the most points will be the winner of the tournament event
- The best 5 teams as well as the best individual in a tournament get a prize.
- Further prizes such as nearest to the hole, longest drive or straightest drive may possible.
Handicap men: 24/women: 36
Min. age: 18
All events are played in accordance with the rules of play applicable by the host club’s country golf federation and the club‘s local rules.