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Drambuie Announces Sponsorship Of Golf Event

Media release                                                                                                      16th February 2008

Drambuie Announces Sponsorship Of Golf Event 

Drambuie has today announced its sponsorship of the New Zealand Qualifying Tournaments for the BMW Golf Cup International 2008 – one of the largest and most prestigious amateur golf tournaments in the world.  

An exclusive, invitation-only event, the BMW Golf Cup International attracts golfers from around the globe and provides a mix of hot competition and social interaction.

An expected 1,400 participants will be involved in the 13 Qualifying Tournaments around New Zealand. Winners of the local Qualifying Tournaments advance to a National Final, and national champions in each category will advance to the BMW Golf Cup World Final to be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

The exclusive event has gained momentum and status since its inception 20 years ago. Introduced in 1988 with just 11 countries participating, the 2007 event attracted more than 100,000 of the best amateur golfers from up to 50 nations. The contest is split into three divisions: Men A (for handicaps up to 12), Men B (for handicaps 13-28) and Ladies (for handicaps up to 28).

 

Drambuie Brand Manager Jacqueline Nichols says she is delighted to announce Drambuie’s sponsorship of the BMW Golf Cup International.

“Drambuie has had a long association with golf including sponsoring the World Ice Golf Championships in the artic circle! So it very fitting that Drambuie is involved prestigious event such as this,” she says.

For more information visit the BMW Golf Cup International section at www.bmw-golfsport.com  

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Note to Editors:

The Qualifying Tournaments for the BMW Golf Cup International 2008 are as follows:


Date

Location

3rd March 2008

Mangawhai Golf Club

7th March 2008

The Grange Golf Club

10th March 2008

Remuera Golf Club

28th March 2008

Rotorua Golf Club

2nd April 2008

Hutt Golf Club

11th April 2008

Manawatu Golf Club

16th April 2008

Hastings Golf Club

16th May 2008

St Andrews Golf Club

23rd May 2008

Tauranga Golf Club

18th August 2008

Nelson

28th August 2008

Otago Golf Club

4th September 2008

Invercargill Golf Club

15th September 2008

Christchurch Golf Club

October (TBA)

New Zealand Final (Location to be advised)

 
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