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2015 Audi quattro Cup World Final

Santa Monica Audi's very own tournament winners went on to win the 2015 U.S. Final held at Kiawah Island, South Carolina!  They then moved on to win in the 2015 Audi quattro Cup World Finals, in Los Cabos from November 29th through December 3rd on the Ocean Course at Cabo del Sol to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Audi quattro Cup golf tournament series.

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The eligible winners from the Santa Monica Audi local quattro Cup will advance to the 2016 Audi quattro Cup U.S. Final held at Pebble Beach here in California. 

The Jack Neville and Douglas Grant designed golf course was opened in 1919. The course hugs the rugged coastline, providing wide-open vistas, cliffside fairways and sloping greens. And has been the site of golf's most prestigious tournaments, including the annual AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM, and five U.S. Open Championships including the 2010 U.S. Open. 

There are few golf thrills like teeing-up for Pebble Beach.





 


Audi quattro Cup World Final 2016


The Audi quattro Cup World Final, hosted on a different famous golf course around the world every year, is the absolute highlight of the tournament year, e.g. The Belfry in England, Fancourt in South Africa, the K Club in Ireland, Mission Hills in China, Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai and, last year, the Ocean Course at Cabo del Sol in Mexico.


The Audi quattro Cup World Final 2016 will be held in Barcelona from October 6 - 10. Real Club de Golf El Prat, well-known as nine times host of the Spanish Open, last in 2015 has been selected as tournament course, the W Barcelona as the event hotel. 


Real Club de Golf El Prat is a 45-hole course designed by Greg Norman. The Australian player, whose 88 victories on the professional circuit made him the world's one number one ranked player for 331 consecutive weeks in the 1980s and '90s, emphasized two key aspects in golf. Making the game a memorable experience regardless of golfer's level. And style and playing preferences , and idea of blending the course seamlessly with its surroundings, to convey the feeling that the fairways, holes and bunkers have been part of the landscape for generations. 


Further information to follow in due time.