BMW concludes the Golf Cup 2022 India chapter | Jobi Cool


The BMW Golf Cup 2022 competition came to an exciting conclusion on Monday.

The regional champions battled for supremacy in the grand finale of the tournament, maintaining its reputation as one of the most prestigious amateur golf championships in India. During the gala dinner sponsored by BMW India, the regional winners also got an opportunity to speak with India’s legendary cricketer Mr. Ajit Agarkar.

Official statement

Mr. Vikram Pawa, President, BMW India said, “BMW has been renowned as a global golf partner for decades and we continue this legacy in India. The BMW Golf Cup showcases the game of golf and its many valuable attributes to a wide audience across India. It not only attracts our customers and prospects but is also a platform where people from across the country come together to enjoy an unforgettable experience. They return home with new friendships that will last well past the National Finals. We congratulate all the winners and wish them the best of golf in the ‘World Finals’ of the BMW Golf Cup.”

India Champions

The national champions, Mr. Nauhar Nath (Category A), Mr. Ajit Kumar Dubey (Category B), and Ms. Astha Mittal, will represent India at the BMW Golf Cup World Finals to be held in Mauritius from March 20. 25, until 2023.

In the BMW Golf Cup 2021 World Finals, a global series with 1,000 qualifying events featuring 1,00,000 players, India is one of the 50 participating countries. The BMW Golf Cup is an amateur golf event series that caters to customers, potential customers, and thought leaders and offers the ideal setting for an intimate social competition.

BMW Golf Cup Championship

The BMW Golf Cup, one of the world’s largest amateur golf tournament series, has its origins in a British endeavor that operated independently for five years before expanding internationally. The competition originally started as the BMW Invitational Tournament in the UK. It has already grown into a worldwide series with 1,000 qualifying events featuring 100,000 players in 50 countries. The top golfers from each country advance to the championship, the BMW Golf Cup World Finals.



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