As an annual event being held all around the world, the Audi Quattro Cup Golf Tournament Series is definitely ranked as an experience all golf devotees ought to take part in. Although it is organized solely for Audi proprietors, the tournament has nevertheless attracted over one million golfers in the last 21 years. Established in 1991, the inauguration had 51 tournaments organized by German Audi dealers. Remarkably, by 2011, 52 countries worldwide had joined in on the well-anticipated competition. Amongst the newcomers for 2012, Montreal’s renowned Audi Prestige dealership partook in the series as it held its first annual Audi Quattro Cup Golf Tournament at the ultra-swanky “Le Mirage” golf club.
Designed according to the strict quality standards of avid golfer and owner Celine Dion, the luxurious club welcomed close to 150 of Audi Prestige’s most privileged clientele. The inaugural breakfast was held at 8:30am at the club’s suburban Terrebonne location, a fair drive outside of the metropolis. Participants eagerly indulged in the sumptuous breakfast buffet as they anticipated the tee off at shotgun start. Le Mirage had offered Audi competitors exclusivity to one of its two private courses, Arizona. World-renowned golf course architect Graham Cooke designed the particular course. Typical to the desert lands of Arizona, the course was designed between a balanced mix of traditional and modern requirements. Each hole is specifically targeted to require absolute precision, quite purposely aimed for target golf.
Accompanying the premium golf experience, different bases were stationed around the course for golfers to relish in. Just a short cart ride away, Canada’s most highly awarded vodka, PUR Vodka, was concocting “Puritos” (a PUR twist on Mojitos) for all of the guests. The exceptionally prized and entirely Quebec-made liquor was unquestionably an absolute crowd favourite. As another delectable treat, one of Montreal’s best fast food chains, Dic Ann’s, served up its renowned succulent flat burgers right off the grill, topped off with their famous meat sauce. Furthermore, the tournament also offered a hole-in-one competition with an actual chance to win a two-year lease on the new 2013 Audi TT Roadster.
Once the competition came to an end, guests were welcomed to the post-game meal at the club’s luxurious dining hall. Famished players feasted on wood-inspired chef Mario Julien’s most delectable dishes, while announcers drew prizes for all of the worthy winners of the day. The titleholder for Audi Prestige’s best golfer will be entitled to play in the Audi Quattro Cup Country Final; the winner of that pivotal game will then go on to compete in the Audi Quattro Cup World Final held in South Africa this fall. For more information on how to participate in the tournament next year, be sure to visit Audi Prestige, a prime leader in Montreal’s automobile industry and amongst the 24 Gabriel Group dealerships across the city.