Turkish Airlines, Europe’s Best Airline, will be touching down at Emirates Golf Club, Dubai, on Sunday March 30th for the next qualifier of the 2014 amateur series, where the winner could be in with a chance of securing one of amateur golfs’ most admirable prizes; Teeing up with some of the worlds’ greatest golfers.
The second of 50 qualifiers for the global event, which enjoyed great acclaim in its inaugural edition last year, will feature 80 players, all personally-invited guests of Turkish Airlines.
The top two from the individual stableford competition will progress to the Grand Final in Antalya, Turkey, this November, while there will also be separate nearest-the-pin prizes for men and women.
“We are delighted to be hosting the latest 2014 Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup qualifier in Dubai,” said Rafet Alper ÖZEN, General Manager for Turkish Airlines Dubai. “We look forward to welcoming everyone to the beautiful Emirates Golf Club. We are certain the participants will enjoy their day and wish them all the very best of luck.”
Every player taking part in the qualifier will be entered into a free prize draw, with the chosen scorecard winning two business class flights and a seven-night stay at the five-star Maxx Royal Hotel in Antalya.
Dubai is one of many exotic destinations that will accommodate The Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup Amateur Series, other hosting countries include Qatar, Hong Kong, South Africa, Great Britain, South Korea, Japan, China, Spain, the United States, Portugal, Italy, Canada, India, France, Greece, Argentina, Brazil and Turkey.
The overall winners of the Grand Final will play in the 2014 Turkish Airlines Open pro-am, while all finalists are to enjoy a seven-night stay in an all-inclusive hotel, two rounds of golf and VIP passes to the Turkish Airlines Open, the $7,000,000 European Tour event, from Thursday to Sunday.
Turkish Airlines, which was recently voted Europe’s best airline for the third consecutive year, launched the World Golf Cup in 2013. It featured 12 qualifying events and was won by China’s Han Liang. His prize for victory was partnering world number one and 14-time major champion Tiger Woods in the Turkish Airlines Open pro-am.