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The Best international amateur golf tournament
But what is the Heritage World Cup? For the past 5 years, it has been the benchmark amateur golf competition, with 18 countries competing for the title of best amateur players in the world. How does it work? National qualifications take place all year round to bring out the cream of the duos per country. Then, the 18 teams meet and compete on one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world. This year, our new partner, Heritage Villas Valriche, will welcome the players to Heritage Golf Club in Mauritius, which has been voted “Best Golf in the Indian Ocean” on several occasions. The final will take place on July 2022. Registrations are free for the qualifying rounds in your country, check out the next dates.
AGWC changes name to Heritage World Cup by Heritage Villas Valriche
The global competition is fortunate to have a new partner walking alongside it, Heritage Villas Valriche. The group of luxury resorts and villas in Mauritius are joining forces to create the most beautiful final possible, in an exceptional setting.
A look back at the French team which finished on the podium again
In the last final, Victoria Poucan Prolhac and in the second series, Jean Baptiste Burin took a magnificent 3rd place, a few small points behind the Spaniards who finished 2nd and the Slovaks, champions of the 2021 edition. A very good performance to be remembered, like the previous year when the French team had reached the 2nd place. For 5 years now, the French team has been clinging to the podium without, for the moment, climbing to the highest place.