38 countries, 600 tournaments
The Audi quattro Cup – a tournament series of superlatives:
Approximately 80.000 golfers from around the world are part of the international Audi quattro Cup family already. This largest global tournament series for amateur golfers is currently being held in 38 countries around the world.
The Audi quattro Cup, the largest amateur tournament series in the world, offers continually growing fascination. Since 1991, more and more Audi importers and dealers from around the world have been inviting their customers to experience golf passion during an exciting tournament day. An expected number of approximately 80,000 golfers will be competing in teams of two across 600 tournaments in the Audi quattro Cup in 2020. This series is special as every team winning its regional tournament will be invited to the national final and will thus have the opportunity to qualify for the World Final.
Audi represents sports competition, precise technology and passion. With the Audi quattro Cup, Audi connects enthusiasm for golf with the fascination with Audi cars. For more than two decades, Audi has actively promoted golf. Since then, this team tournament has been writing its success story.
For the venues of the regional tournaments, see the country selection which is continually being updated:
From Germany around the world: the largest amateur golf tournament
38 countries are already hosting the Audi quattro Cup, which was founded in Germany in 1991. At the time, the German Audi dealers organised 51 tournaments with more than 6,000 participating golfers. In 1992, eight countries participated in this tournament series. Today approximately 80.000 participants per year take part in the competition. All in all, almost 2 million golfers have participated in an Audi quattro Cup tournament in the last 29 years.
Venue of the World Final 2020
The venue of the Audi quattro Cup World Final 2020, from September 20 - 24, is Kitzbühel, Austria.