Melkbosstrand, Cape Town – President Cyril Ramaphosa officially opened the Presidents Golf Day at the Atlantic Beach Golf Estate in Melkbosstrand, Cape Town, yesterday. The event was attended by several high-ranking government officials, business leaders, and golf enthusiasts from around the country.
President Ramaphosa, who is known for his passion for golf, kicked off the day by delivering a motivational speech to the participants, highlighting the importance of the sport in promoting unity and friendship among people. He also praised the Atlantic Beach Golf Estate for its magnificent facilities and commitment to promoting golf in South Africa.
The President then joined a select group of golfers for the first tee-off of the day, setting the tone for a day of friendly competition and camaraderie on the greens. The tournament featured 18 holes of golf on the estate’s challenging and picturesque course, providing a memorable experience for all participants.
The Presidents Golf Day at the Atlantic Beach Golf Estate is the first of its kind in South Africa and has become an annual event. It is a testament to the growing popularity of golf in the country and the efforts of the South African government to promote the sport.
Overall, the event was a huge success, with participants leaving the estate with fond memories of a day filled with friendly competition and great camaraderie. President Ramaphosa’s presence added a touch of prestige to the occasion and showcased the government’s commitment to promoting golf in South Africa.