The Libreville Golf Open will take place June 2-6, in Libreville. 200 participants are expected in this 37th edition, which is expected to be rich in golf experiences at a national and continental level, after two years of interruption imposed by the health crisis.
After a two-year hiatus, the Libreville Golf Open is back. the 37me The edition will take place from June 2 to 6, in Libreville, on the Golf Club du Mindoub course. “As one of the most renowned golf tournaments in sub-Saharan Africa, the Libreville Golf Open has attracted more and more fans over the years, as well as a large number of African professionals. This mixed open, located under the sign of parity man-woman, today enjoys a true pan-African notoriety and brings together passionate amateurs and professionals from all African countries. announced the organization on May 30.
With nearly 200 participants expected on the “Greens” of the Golf Club of Libreville, this 37th edition plans to be rich in golf experiences at national and continental level. Likewise, the promotion of this sport in Gabon could contribute in a sustainable way to consolidate the economic and tourist potential of the country, following the example of what we observe in Morocco or even in the Ivory Coast where golf has managed to establish itself as a vector of development.
Promote the practice of golf
“A score of collaborating companies based in Gabon have greatly contributed to making this meeting an unmissable event, a sign of palpable enthusiasm for this sport in which essential values such as self-control and respect for others stand out. The 37th edition of the Libreville Open thus stands out as a truly pan-African edition that combines business and sport.” enthusiastic organizers. “This edition also marks the resumption of the main sports competitions at the national level after two years of absence due to the global Covid-19 pandemic”they concluded.
Bringing together more than 150 members, the Libreville Golf Club was created in 1964. Its aim is to promote golf in Gabon in order to encourage as many people as possible to practice a regular sporting activity in an idyllic setting, located in the center of Libreville. .