BMW India held the National Final of BMW Golf Cup International 2011 at the DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurgaon on 05 November 2011. The winners of the National Final of BMW Golf Cup International 2011 will participate in the World Final of the BMW Golf Cup International 2011 which is scheduled to be held in Singapore from 05 – 10 March 2012.
BMW India organized the BMW Golf Cup International 2011 across nine cities in India – Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Gurgaon, New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. The winners from these tournaments competed in the National Final of the BMW Golf Cup International 2011.
An exclusive, invitation-only event, the BMW Golf Cup International 2011 is an amateur golf tournament series designed for customers, prospects and opinion leaders and provides the right mix for an exclusive social interaction.
India is one of 50 participating countries at the World Final of BMW Golf Cup International 2011 which is a global series with 1,000 qualifying tournaments involving 100,000 players.
Dr. Andreas Schaaf, President, BMW India said, “It is with great pride that we conclude the National Final of the BMW Golf Cup International 2011 in India. The world of amateur golf in India is witnessing progressive development and exemplifies the advancement and legacy of the sport in this country. The BMW Golf Cup International attracts not just our customers and prospects but also other patrons of the game. We hope to see great success from this year’s winners in the World Final of the BMW Golf Cup International 2011 in Singapore and wish them luck.”
The BMW Golf Cup International 2011 has three categories, A (for handicaps up to 12), B (for handicaps 13 – 28) and Ladies Category (for handicaps up to 28). The winners, runners-up and second runners-up of the individual handicap categories qualify for the National Final. The winners in each of the three handicap categories in the National Final qualify to take part in the World Final of BMW Golf Cup International 2011.
The winners of the National Final tournament are as follows –
Winner – Mr. Vikram Bhagwan
Runner Up – Mr. Charanjit S Mann
Second Runner Up – Mr. Rudratej Singh
Winner – Mr. Manav Sardana
Runner Up – Mr. Adit Morzaria
Second Runner Up – Mr. Anurag Chopra
Winner – Ms. Neetu Bansal
Runner Up – Ms. Aashna Monga
Second Runner Up – Ms. Neelu Chopra
Home Club / DLF Category
Winner – Mr. Sanjiv Mittal
Runner Up – Mr. Bipin Bajaj
Second Runner Up – Mr. Gangsin Lee
Longest Drive (Men) – Mr. Jeevash Vaid
Longest Drive (Ladies) – Ms. Rupal Patel
Closest to the Pin (Men) – Mr. Deepak Talwar
Closest to the Pin (Ladies) – Ms. Mangalam Punj
Straight Drive (Men) – Mr. H S Chadha
Straight Drive (Ladies) – Ms. Ashu B Singh
Opportunity to win a leisure trip to New Zealand: Hole-in-one throughout the BMW Golf Cup International 2011
During the tournament, participants also had the opportunity to win the Hole-in-one offer and win a three night / four day leisure trip to New Zealand. Hole-in-one is an extraordinarily tempting offer, but one that most pros have yet to take up.
BMW Golf Cup International
BMW Golf Cup International, one of the world’s largest amateur golf tournament series can trace its roots back a quarter of a century to a British-based initiative that ran on its own for five years before going international. The tournament started as the BMW Invitation Tournament in UK. It has now developed into a global series with 1,000 qualifying tournaments involving 100,000 players in up to 50 countries. The best players from each nation qualify for the highlight, the BMW Golf Cup International World Final.