Kallis makes caddying debut

2014-11-25 09:58
Cape Town - Former Proteas all-rounder Jacques Kallis will step onto the fairways at this week's Sunshine Tour event in Cape Town. 

The 2014 Lion of Africa Cape Town Open, will be played from November 27-30 at Royal Cape Golf Club, and will host 156 professional golfers all gunning for a share of the R1.5 million prize money on offer.

Sun International recently announced that the winner of the event will receive direct entry into this year’s $6.5 million Nedbank Golf Challenge.

This year's Lion of Africa Cape Town Open has attracted a stellar field with George Coetzee, Hennie Otto, Branden Grace and Thomas Aiken headlining the event.

Jacques Kallis will also add to the occasion, although he will not be teeing off at Royal Cape. 

Kallis took to social media platform, Twitter, to reveal he will caddy for Sunshine Tour golfer, Grant Veenstra, this week:

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