Amateurs Driving Along High Road to Dubai

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Jumeirah Golf Estates’ Earth Course will once more gain global exposure this year. Venue for the European Tour’s season-ending DP World Tour Championship, the award-winning Dubai property will also stage the 2014 Audi quattro Cup World Final.
To be held from December 7-11, the event will feature 60 two-strong teams from around the world including representatives from almost a dozen Asian countries.

Winners of Audi quattro Cup 2014 Singapore with Jeff Mannering, Managing Director, Audi Singapore.
Lim Joo Seng [left] and Raju Arivagazan with Jeff Mannering, Managing Director, Audi Singapore.
The latest qualifiers are the Singaporean duo of Raju Arivagazan and Lim Joo Seng who emerged triumphant at Sentosa Golf Club, a Golf Facility Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
Jeff Mannering, Managing Director, Audi Singapore, said:“The Audi quattro Cup offers customers the opportunity to play like the professionals on some of the best golf courses around the world.
“This tournament is one of many exclusive experiences that we create throughout the year to continuously delight our customers and give them a taste of the finer things in life. We are very proud of our Singapore champions, and wish them the best of luck when they take on top amateur golfers from around the world this December in Dubai.”
From Argentina to Australia, Chile to China, Spain to South Africa, in more than 50 nations, the Audi quattro Cup has evolved into one of the world’s most successful series for amateur golfers exclusively open to Audi owners and their friends.
The Cup originated in 1991 with 51 tournaments in Germany and more than 6,000 participants before going international the following year. In 2013, over 100,000 amateur golfers participated in a total of 965 tournaments organised by Audi dealers from 52 different countries worldwide.

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