BMW India held the 14th tournament of India edition of the largest amateur golf tournament – The BMW Golf Cup International 2018 in Ahmedabad today. The much-awaited Golf tournament will be held at spectacular golf courses across 13 cities in India.
The BMW Golf Cup International includes over 100,000 amateur golfers from more than 50 countries, playing in more than 800 tournaments on breathtaking golf courses around the world. An exclusive, invitation-only event, the BMW Golf Cup International 2018 is open to golfers who are members of recognized golf clubs in the country. The winners of the qualification tournaments from each Indian city qualify to compete at the National Final. The national winners will come together at the BMW Golf Cup International 2018 World Final, which is played at one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world.
Mr. Tanuj Pugalia, Dealer Principal, Gallops Autohaus, said, “BMW Golf Cup International has created tremendous excitement in Ahmedabad and we look forward to hosting the tournament this year. BMW Golf Cup International also presents us with a great opportunity to enhance our relationship with our customers in a joyous and relaxed atmosphere.”
BMW India dealers identify amateur golfers amongst BMW owners who would be interested in participating in the tournament. The tournaments is held in accordance with the rules of the respective local golf club.
The BMW Golf Cup International 2018 has three categories, A (for handicaps up to 12), B (for handicaps 13 – 28) and Ladies Category (for handicaps up to 28).
The Winners of BMW Golf Cup International 2018 in Ahmedabad are as follows:
Winner – Rutvik Rayka
1st Runner Up – Abhijit Vasa
2nd Runner Up – Ashish Patel
Winner – Ankit Shah
1st Runner Up – Sachin Jain
2nd Runner Up – Bhavin Shah
Longest Drive (Ballantines – Men) – Chaitanya Bhatt
Longest Drive (Ballantines – Women) – Hetal Patel
Closest to the Pin (Taylor made – Men) – Ashish Desai
Closest to the Pin (Taylor made – Women) – Kavita Julka
Closest to the pin (Three Sixty – Men) – Pratik Patel
Closest to the pin (Three Sixty – Women) – Kavita Julka
Longest Drive (Taylor made – Men) – Ragesh Vasa
Longest Drive (Taylor made – Women) – Parita Kothari