This year was Derby Audi's turn to host the Audi quattro cup for Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire, with this being held at the magnificent Kedleston Park Golf Club.
Kedleston Park Golf Club is an outstanding golf course in Derbyshire, with it being widely recognised as one of the finest courses in the East Midlands. The club has been host to many reputable events and tournaments over the years, including Regional Qualifying for The Open Championship from 2018.
Situated in the heart of England, the course is laid-out over 155 acres of incredible Derbyshire countryside and offers a challenging test for all skill levels, with it being the perfect location for our quattro cup. A massive congratulations to Christopher Niesiolowski, who was this years Midlands winner and a huge thank you to those who took part.
The Audi quattro Cup is the premier event for Audi drivers, it is more than just a golf tournament, it's a luxury experience bringing together 100,000 players from around the world.
Available exclusively to Audi customers, the quattro Cup is the largest amateur golf tournament in the world. With more than 700 tournaments around 47 countries and nearly 100,000 players per year – the Audi quattro Cup is all to play for.
The highlight and closing event of each season is the Audi quattro Cup World Final, hosted on many famous courses in the world before, for example: The Belfry in England, Fancourt in South Africa, K Club in Ireland, Mission Hills in China and the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai.
For more than two decades, Audi has been actively promoting golf. The Audi quattro Cup team tournament has been writing a success story. More and more golfers experience the fascination of golf as part of the continually growing family of the Audi quattro Cup.