Beverly Hills News
BH To Host Audi Quattro Cup Tournament
By Ewing Carter
Jun 30, 2013 - 12:25:39 PM

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BEVERLY HILLS—The largest amateur golf tournament in the world is coming to Beverly Hills on July 1. Amateur golfers who are interested in showcasing their talents can play in the Audi Beverly Hills 2013 Quattro Cup tournament.


The event was established in 1991 and over 1.3 million golfers have taken part in one of the tournaments in the last 22 years. Golfers of all skill levels are welcome to compete, but to advance on to the finals you are required to have an established UGA handicap.


The tournament will be played in teams of two, with select drive alternate shots so finding a partner is a necessity.


The winner of the tournament will receive an all-expense paid trip for two to the National Finals on Kiwah Island, South Carolina. The finals tournament will be held August 22-25 and the winning team will continue on to represent the United States in the World Final.


The tournament is hosted by the Mountain Gate Country Club and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Beverly Hills Education Foundation. Registration begins at 8 a.m. July 1 and it is $275 for single registration and $550 for teams to register. For more information on the Quattro Cup Tournament visit

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