2022 World Final

17-21 October, Tenerife (Spain)

The World Corporate Golf Challenge has approved to postpone the World Final, originally scheduled from July 1 to 5, to the new dates of 11 to 15, November 2020.

WCGC World Final - New dates November 2020

The decision has been made based on the current situation of disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision has been taken in order to safeguard the security of all participants and staff involved in the organization of the World Final. The new dates allow licensee countries to reorganize their tournaments, given the changing outlook and provide sufficient time to finish the qualification events with optimal security situations for all players worldwide.

WCGC Chairman Jose Guerra said: “Some of our Licensees have shown concern about being able to reorganize their National Events and we have taken into consideration the evolution of the pandemic in the different countries. We believe that the time until November is sufficient to allow us to reorganize and offer events of the highest quality. I look forward to seeing you all in Cascais and to celebrating a great World Final together”.

About WCGC World Final 2020

The World Corporate Golf Challenge represents one of the biggest corporate golf tournaments in the world. Since its inception in 1993 WCGC has grown to such an extent that over one million golfers have taken part in more than fifty countries. The 2020 World Final represents a fantastic opportunity for players to represent their company and country against other corporates from around the world. Participating in the World Final is an experience of a lifetime.

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