On June 30th, Audi Kitchener-Waterloo hosted the annual Audi quattro Cup Golf Tournament in Petersburg, Ontario at the Rebel Creek Golf Club. At 11:30 AM, the tournament was in full swing, with the firing of a single gunshot to start the event. The tournament was marked by men and women, competitive and non-competitive players who played a series of rounds at an attempt to win a number of hole-in-one prizes. Unfortunately, none were won, however there were also prizes awarded for Men’s longest Drive, Women’s longest Drive, Men’s Closest to the Pin, Women’s Closest to the Pin and a putting contest, which saw Renato Legati and Peter Romano take the win. For those who wished to play competitively, valid proof of an official Golf Canada (RCGA) handicap had to be shown.

The Audi quattro Cup Tournament is the largest tournament series of its kind for amateur golfers. Spanning more than 54 countries and 800 tournaments, the Audi quattro Cup Tournament represents approximately 100,000 golfers who are also part of the Audi family. This year’s annual event had a wonderful turnout with beautiful weather to match. The event itself is completely free of charge, however a donation of $50.00 per golfer is recommended, with proceeds going towards the Working Centre in Kitchener, Ontario. Established in 1982, The Working Centre is a direct response to alleviating unemloyment and poverty in downtown Kitchener. Using a self-help model, the organization provides free resources to those seeking work.

Since 1991, Audi importers and dealers around the world have been inviting their loyal customers to experience the excitement of the golf tournament. This year, an expected 100,000 golfers will be competing in teams of two across more than 800 tournaments in the Audi quattro Cup. For every team that wins its regional tournament, the opportunity to play at the national finals will mark the chance to qualify for the World Final. In order to qualify and participate, each golfer may only play in one tournament per year. The participants must also either be members of the hosting golf club or invited by the organizer, and be a minimum age of 18 years old. The winning team of each regional Audi quattro Cup final is eligible to participate in the National Final, to which they then become eligible to take the title of Audi quattro Cup Champion. This division is reserved for winners of the first, second and third net division, but only the team that secures first place is invited to the National Final.

A leader in the automotive industry, Audi represents sports competition, and embodies athleticism, leadership, elegance and endurance. Audi has actively promoted the sport of golf for over two decades, and continues to support amateur golfers all over the world. As a local Audi dealership, Audi Kitchener-Waterloo has a commitment to our customers to ensure they are supported in their career efforts.

On behalf of all of us here at Audi Kitchener-Waterloo, we thank all of this year’s Audi quattro Cup Tournament participants, and send positive thoughts and best wishes to our winners competing in the Canadian finals in Kelowna, British Columbia this coming August.

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