12th July 2017 - 11:35am
Turkish Airlines host their famous amateur golf tournament around the world. The Irish event was held last week. The global amateur golf competition, where thousands of participants will compete at qualifying events in 100 destinations worldwide, is one of the several international sports organizations backed by Turkish Airlines, the airline that flies to more countries than any other. Now in the fifth year of staging the Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup, last year boasted 8,000 players competing globally. The Irish event was played at the world renowned K Club and featured 42 players, all personally invited guests of Turkish Airlines.
Brian Mc Fadden won the individual competition and progresses to the Grand Final in Antalya, Turkey, this October and November. “We would like to offer our congratulations to everyone who made the Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup qualifier in the K Club such a special day,” said Hasan Mutlu (General Manager Turkish Airlines Ireland). “It was a fantastic tournament day and well done to our winner, Brian Mc Fadden”.
All finalists are to enjoy a seven-night stay at the five-star luxury Titanic Deluxe Belek hotel in Antalya, Turkey and will be flown there Business Class from their qualifying destination by Turkish Airlines. The overall winners of the two-round Grand Final at the Titanic Golf Club progress to play in the 2017 Turkish Airlines Open pro-am. The Financial Times, National Rent A Car and Conte of Florence are offering their substantial support to the hugely-anticipated tournament. Turkish Airlines, voted Europe’s best airline for the sixth straight year by Skytrax in 2016, launched the World Golf Cup in 2013, featuring 12 qualifying events. After that initial success, there was a rapid expansion to include 100 events worldwide last year.
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