Today, German car manufacturer, Audi, concluded the Indian leg of the world’s largest amateur golf tournament series, the 2019 Audi Quattro Cup. This major event was held at the Prestige Golfshire Club in Bengaluru, India. More than 750 golfers participated to secure a slot for the India finals of the Audi Quattro Cup 2019. The Ahmedabad team, represented by Dr Kaushal Anand and Sumit Pant grabbed the first position by amassing 47 points against the other finalists.
Over the years, the Audi Quattro Cup has surely emerged as one of the best corporate golf events and is being celebrated nation-wide with golfers all over India taking part in this exciting series. The teams that finished after Team Ahmedabad are Team Bhubaneswar and Team Mumbai. The Bhubaneshwar team included two players, Satyajit Mishra and JB Pany who bagged the runners-up spot after collecting 36 points, while the Mumbai team consisting of Satish Gupta and Aditya Patel grabbed the third spot with 34 points.
The Golf Cup Finals were played on the unique ‘Greensome Stableford’ format where both players drive the ball, select the best out of two and alternate before holing out. The winning team from today’s finals, Team Ahmedabad, has qualified for the World Finals which will be held in Kitzbühel, Austria, later this year. Some of the past winners of the Quattro Cup India have performed really well at this venue in the last few years.
“The Audi Quattro Cup fuses together the penchant for golf with the adulation of Audi automobiles. This year, the Audi Quattro Cup celebrates its 29th anniversary globally. I am delighted to share that the India Edition of the tournament is celebrating its 12th year in India which also coincides with the completion of Audi’s 12 years in the country. Audi Quattro Cup 2019 India finals saw the participants showcase an electrifying performance in a perfect balance of passion for sports mixed with the ambience of Audi’s drive for innovation. My heartiest congratulations to Dr Anand & Mr Pant for winning this much sought-after title” said Mr Rahil Ansari, Head, Audi India.