Golf Sponsorship

 

Investec Property has a history of supporting golf in South Africa. This includes the sponsorship of various tournaments and events, golf development and women’s golf.

Who says women can't drive?

 
 

 

Building brilliance.

Building women champions.

Elevating women's golf

Thanks to the record prize money of R2-million, the Investec South African Women’s Open ranks among the world’s top national opens. 
 
Added to the tournament sponsorship is the Investec Property Fund Order of Merit where players compete for an additional R100 000 that earns an ‘outstanding player of the year’ an invitation to compete in a main event on the Ladies European Tour and Final Stage exemption into the 2019 Qualifying School.
Lee-Anne Pace
"I think it is important not to be aggressive in our approach to breaking the glass ceiling. In the last five years, there has been a massive improvement in the support of women's golf."

Lee-Anne Pace, Pro golfer and Investec ambassador

5 drivers to building women champions

News

Announcing sponsorship of Investec SA Women's Open

Other Investec golf initiatives

 

Development

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Soweto Golf Club upgrade

Soweto Country Club is undergoing an extensive upgrade as part of the Sunshine Tour’s drive to find a solution to the development of South Africa’s previously disadvantaged golfers.
 
The upgrade of Soweto Country Club is being done in partnership with the City of Johannesburg, Investec Property, SAIL Rights Commercialisation, the Gauteng Provincial Government and Bentel Associates International.
 
The upgrade is a key step in the Sunshine Tour’s development initiative. It remains an important facility for a community that has a long history of producing top golfers from previously disadvantaged backgrounds.
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Gary Player Class

Investec Property sponsors the Gary Player Class. Launched in 2016 by the Sunshine Tour, the Gary Player Class offers a holistic approach to development by targeting the playing side of the game as well as the many social challenges faced by the country’s historically disadvantaged golfers.
 
30 previously disadvantaged professionals identified in 2017.
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 The Gary Player Class of 2017 identified 30 golfers who were given free access to practice facilities, nutrition and fitness advice,   coaching, mental training, and financial assistance to play in tournaments on the Sunshine Tour, IGT Tour, Big Easy Tour or MENA   Tour events in South Africa.

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Sponsored player profiles

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Bertine Strauss

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Lee-Anne Pace

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Nicole Garcia

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Lejan Lewthwaite

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Stacy Bregman

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