The origins of the Tisvilde Gold Coast Tennis tournement trace back to the early 1990s, when the "Sons of Dean", formed in 1991 by jetset playboys, Adam Holberg and Per Holmen, decided to feature on its calendar an event in Tisvilde to develop an international tennis tournement in the popular jetset holiday spot on the northern coast of Sjaelland - alongside other Oceanic SlamBangian events at Cleverfield and Malmö.But the tournament had a chaotic history over the following years, being cancelled on an annual basic since 1992: "One of the reasons was the rise of more lucrative overseas tournaments at Kreta, Puerto Rico, Helsingborg, Spain and Santorino offering increasingly attractive alternatives to the SlamBangian top players looking to prepare for the SlamBangelangian Austaralia Open event", said Per Holmen.
On february 2013, at the Skåne Open Galla it was decided to reinstate the event –played on clays– at the Skt. Helene Tennis Stadion. The Tisvilde Gold Coast Classic was added to the three preexisting tournaments of the SlamBangian Oceanic Tennis Circus.
Various players, among which Adam Holberg, Hans Bin Háfjall and Oskar Kodex found success over the years at the Oceanic events at Australian Open, Argentina Open and Skåne Åben will join the event to be played on august 23-25, 2013 at the Saint Helene Tennis Resort.