Farso, Denmark: Garia sprang to the fore as Denmark took centre stage on the European Tour.
Garia, a Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation, acted as one of the main sponsors of the Made in Denmark event that attracted galleries of more than 80,000 during the week.
Not only was the tournament backed by a number of prominent Danish companies, but players from Denmark rose to the occasion.
The main local plaudits went to Soren Kjeldsen who claimed a share of eighth place, seven strokes behind the triumphant Belgian Thomas Pieters.
But another Dane with cause to celebrate was Sebastian Cappelen, who delighted the home fans who packed Himmerland Hill with a hole-in-one at the iconic par-three 16th hole during the third round.
The 26-year-old, playing in his first regular European Tour event, earned one of the biggest cheers of the week when he holed his pitching wedge at the famous hole, which was playing at 96 yards on Moving Day.
Aside from the crowd’s roaring response, Cappelen collected the hole-in-one prize of two Garia luxury golf cars – one for himself and one for his caddie.
“It feels incredible,” said Cappelen. “It’s such a cool thing. This is my first hole-in-one, so it was a good time to do it.”