The British royal family have numerous commitments towards community and charitable services. His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has established and sponsored many charitable projects. This has made an outstanding impact to the development of charity and public welfare within the UK, as well as globally.
Since 2001, the world final tournament has been hosted in London, the Queen has given permission for the use of the course and to also facilitate the use of State Rooms at Windsor Castle for the annual prize giving dinner.
Over the past 20 years, the annual international amateur golf tournaments have been held in over 20 countries covering Europe, Asia, Oceania, and North and South America. In 2019, 9 qualified events have been confirmed to play in 8 countries between April and August 2019. In 2018 China was added to the list making it the sixth station for the charity. The tournament is open to male and female players and the agreed number of players with the best net Stableford score over the 18 hole course will qualify for the World Finals. The world finals will be taking place from late September to early October in Windsor.