King David Mowbray Golf Club, 5 November 2022: The inaugural Cape Town Disabled Open hosted by the City of Cape Town was a wonderful success and the anticipation is palpable ahead of the second installment which tees off at King David Mowbray Golf Club on Sunday.
Many good things came out of the Covid-enforced restructure of the SADGA’s tournament schedule, not least of which was the birth of this fantastic event.
For the second successive year a strong field has assembled to contest the titles on offer which SADGA Chairman Enver Hassen says is a testament to the combination of the terrific title sponsor’s support and the historic host venue.
“The City of Cape Town have been incredibly good to the SADGA over a number of years and the enthusiasm with which they’ve leant their support to the Cape Town Disabled Open underlines their commitment to disabled golf in the Western Cape,” commented Hassen.
“Were it not for their generous sponsorship this event would simply not have been possible and I am absolutely delighted that the City’s investment has been repaid by the number of exceptionally talented players we have participating this weekend.
“I have no doubt that the opportunity to tee it up at King David Mowbray Golf Club was also a significant selling point for the players and they’ll certainly have every facet of their games tested over the coming 36 holes.”
The event sees competitors divided into Deaf and Physically-Disabled and vie for Medal and Stableford honours.
The Cape Town Disabled Open takes place on the 6th and 7th of November.
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