The Audi quattro Cup is considered to be the largest and most popular amateur golf tournament in the World. Established in 1991, 51 tournaments with over 6,000 participating amateur golfers were held and organized by German Audi dealers. In 1992, the number rose to 70 tournaments and 7 more European countries participated with 62 additional tournaments. In 2010, 52 different countries worldwide organized a total of 760 tournaments and over 87,000 amateur golfers participated in an Audi quattro Cup tournament. To date, a total of over 1 million golfers have taken par at an Audi quattro Cup tournaments over the last 20 years.
This year’s Audi quattro Cup Canadian Final will be held from September 6th- 9th at Taboo Resort in Muskoka, Ontario. Each local dealer tournament winners across the country will participate in that event with the hope to win and attend the World Final. Only one team will move ahead and qualify for the Audi quattro Cup World Final.
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