Gurugram: The BMW Golf Cup 2021 tournament lived up to its reputation as one of the most prestigious amateur golf tournaments in India when it came to an exciting climax at Classic Golf and Country Club today.
The BMW Golf Cup 2021 tournament lived up to its reputation as one of the most prestigious amateur golf tournaments in India when it came to an exciting climax at Classic Golf and Country Club today. The tournament’s regional winners, who fought for supremacy at the national grand finale, also had a chance to interact with India’s iconic cricketer Mr. Yuvraj Singh over the welcome dinner hosted by BMW India.
Mr. Karan Singhvi, Mr. Arpit Mashruwala and Ms. Sunita Singla are the national winners and will proudly represent India at the World Final of the BMW Golf Cup which is scheduled to be held at Jumeirah Golf Estates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates from 5 to 10 December 2021.
Mr. Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India said, “We are committed to present the sport of golf and its many valuable attributes to a broader audience across India. The BMW Golf Cup attracts not just our customers and prospects but also other patrons. Golf calls for precision, practice and an unwavering eye to detail – qualities of a perfectionist that BMW embodies in all aspects. The players have once again treated us to a splendid game in true BMW style. We congratulate all winners and wish them the best at the World Final of BMW Golf Cup.”
The exclusive, invitation-only BMW Golf Cup 2021 was held across 13 cities with 11 BMW Trackman Challenge Tournaments and 4 tournaments on the finest golf courses starting November 2020. Over 750 amateur golfers participated in 2020-21. The winners from these regional tournaments competed at the National Final.
BMW Golf Cup 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 the 50 participating countries at the World Final.
BMW Golf Cup 2021 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.