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Audi quattro Cup

Driving Progress

Audi represents sports competition, precise technology and passion. Audi connects the enthusiasm for golf with the fascination of Audi automobiles in the Audi quattro Cup. Being established in 1991, the Audi quattro Cup celebrates its 33rd year in 2023. It is the largest amateur golf tournament series in the world.

38 countries, 600 tournaments, 70,000 players per year – the Audi quattro Cup is a tournament series of superlatives. The highlight and closing event of each season is the Audi quattro Cup World Final, hosted on many famous courses in the world before, for example: The Belfry in England, Fancourt in South Africa, K Club in Ireland, Mission Hills in China, the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai, Quivira in Los Cabos, Mexico and Marco Simone Golf Club in Rome, Italy (venue of the 2023 Ryder Cup matches)

Driving Progress

For more than three decades, Audi has been actively promoting golf. The Audi quattro Cup team tournament has been writing a success story. More and more golfers experience the fascination of golf as part of the continually growing family of the Audi quattro Cup. More and more countries are hosting tournaments.

The 2023 Audi quattro Cup National Final took place on the 5th of October in the spectacular Druids Glen Hotel and Golf Resort. The competition took place during the day with a gala dinner and prize-giving in the evening. M.C on the night, RTÉ Sport presenter Jacqui Hurley hosted a captivating discussion with very special guest, Irish jockey, Rachael Blackmore MBE. Mike O’Halloran and Michael O’Brien, qualifiers from the Audi Cork event, navigated the fiercely competitive playing field to secure the top spot with a final score of 46 points. The pair will represent Ireland at the Audi quattro Cup World Final, which will take place at the Al Mouj Golf Resort in Muscat, Oman.

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