Vincent, 29, who grew up in Harare, turned professional and started his pursuit of the PGA
Tour in 2015, after graduating with a degree in finance from Virginia Tech in the United
Vincent began his professional career with a 5th place finish in the Asian Tour qualifying
school, securing his Asian Tour card for 2017, and has not looked back since.
In his short professional career to date Vincent has finished top 10 on the Asian Tour Order
of Merit multiple times, top 10 on the Sunshine Tour Order of Merit, and top 15 on the
Japan Golf Order of Merit.
Among his goals, Vincent, who has reached a career high world ranking of 129, hopes to
enter the Top 100 on the World Golf Rankings this year, start a junior golf foundation in
Zimbabwe and support wildlife conservation in southern Africa.
Africa Albida Tourism chief executive Ross Kennedy said finding a suitable brand partner to
link with on the international stage was never easy, and so signing with fellow Zimbabwean
Scott Vincent was a real bonus.
“His pride and loyalty in and for Zimbabwe aligns with our own, and his passion for tourism
in our own country makes our partnership even stronger,” Kennedy said.
“We look forward to watching and supporting Scott grow his golf career around the globe
whilst proudly carrying and promoting Victoria Falls Safari Lodge and the Zimbabwean flag
with him,” he said.
“We are delighted to be associated with Scott and wish him great success in the 2021/22
Vincent said he was proud to partner with Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, not only because he
was a Zimbabwean, but because he was a huge fan of the property and what it had to offer.
“Visiting Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is always one of my highlights when returning to
Zimbabwe, especially when I have international guests in town. It gives everyone that visits
Zimbabwe a true African experience,” Vincent said.
“The wildlife, friendly people and beautiful views are just a few things that stand out at this
miraculous destination. Just thinking about it makes me want to get back there as soon as
possible,” he said.