World Amateur Tour was created (designed) to offer amateur players an opportunity to experience all of the excitement, adrenaline rush and professionalism of life on tour.
By joining the World Amateur Tour, competitors get a unique chance to walk in the footsteps of great champions such as Tiger Woods, Ernie Els and Rory McIlroy. With an annual schedule of 5 tournaments, competitors can put their skills to the test, competing on a selection of 5 of the world’s most exclusive, famous and challenging golf courses.
The first and only amateur tour built (customised) on professional standards
• 5 tournaments • 36 holes stableford for each tournament • 2 men’s series, Handicap 0 -10 & 11-20 • 1 women’s serie, Handicap 0-20 • Tour ranking with points (WATs) • The best 3 results will count toward the ranking • Minimum participation : 2 tournaments to enter the World Amateur Tour ranking
4-day stay: 3 nights and 2 tournament days
Transfer from airport by courtesy car Practice round Training with Tour’s coaches Cocktails & welcome dinner
1st round of the tournament Fitting session and personal training with Tour’s coaches Free evening
2nd round of the tournament Gala dinner and prize-giving ceremony
Free morning – transfer to airport by courtesy car 4 days stay : 3 nights and 2 tournament days
FEEL LIKE A PRO
Televised tournaments, personalised golf bags, scoreboards and leaderboards along the course, live scoring, private coaches and a fitting workshop will provide the experience of being a real tour professional.
South African INAUGURAL Championship
Fancourt Golf Club Links Course
FRENCH INVITATIONAL Championship
Morfontaine Golf Club
The Links Championship
Loch Lomond Golf Club
Andalucia CLASSIC Championship
Valderrama & Finca Cortesin Golf Clubs
Dubai FINAL Championship
Dubaï Creek & Emirates Golf Club
The World Amateur Tour combines exceptional golf courses with top-of-the-range accommodation and services. This unique experience offers a pre-packaged solution to many of the issues amateur golfers often encounter, such as choosing a destination, managing complex timetables and organising the trip.