The Sun PinkStig Series was launched as a partnership between Sun International and Unimedia and currently includes two tournaments that form part of the overall vision to develop women’s golf in South Africa.
“Sun International has a long history of supporting women’s golf dating back to Sun City’s hosting of the Women’s World Cup of Golf. The Sun PinkStig Series was borne of the same desire to support the further growth of the women’s game in South Africa” - Rob Dalton
The 36-hole tournaments are played at Parkview Golf Club from 17-18 October, with a purse of R100 000, and Sun City from 4-6 December for a purse of R250 000, and each includes a full pro-am.
The development focus of the series is carried through to the amateur golfers who can participate without having to pay an entry fee.
As the lifestyle partner to the series, Sun International shares the vision of Unimedia to support South African women’s golf in its quest to unearth the next Sally Little of the game.
The timing of the tournaments is also aimed at ensuring a competitive opportunity at other times of the year for South Africa’s women professionals as they prepare for the Sunshine Ladies Tour, which is played from January to March.
“These two tournaments will serve as a build-up to the Sunshine Ladies Tour and will also hopefully position more of our women professional golfers in the public eye and help to further their careers.”
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