Brendan Walsh, Audi Waterford General Manager with the winners of the Waterford final of the Audi quattro Cup, Jimmy and Fr. Tom Flynn.
Jimmy Flynn and Fr. Tom Flynn have taken the winners’ honours at the prestigious Audi Waterford quattro Cup, held on recently at Waterford Golf Club. The six highest ranking teams will progress to the national final of the amateur golf tournament, which will be held at Carton House, Co. Kildare on 13thSeptember.
The winning pair swung to victory with a final score of 43 points, hitting 23 points on the back 9 to finish ahead of the teams of Cathal Coughlan and David Bambrick who finished on 43 points and Richard Daly and Lar Ryan who completed the course on 41 points. A total of 116 golfers in 58 teams took part in the Audi Waterford heat. Regional heats are currently taking place across some of Ireland’s most prestigious golf courses to determine the national finalists, who will go on to represent Ireland at the World Final in Mexico from the 1st – 5th December.
Brendan Walsh, General Manager, Audi Waterford commented: “As we celebrate the 27th year of the Audi quattro Cup, we at Audi Waterford are delighted to be taking part in the largest amateur golf tournament in the world. The standard of talent and skill has been outstanding and is testament to the calibre of amateur golfers we have in this country. For over two and a half decades, we at Audi have not only championed but also actively promoted amateur golf, encouraging participation and fuelling healthy competition. On behalf of everyone at Audi Waterford, I would like to wish all finalists the best of luck at the national final of the Audi quattro Cup.”
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1st: Jimmy Flynn & Fr. Tom Flynn, 43pts (23pts on back 9); 2nd: Cathal Coughlan & David Bamrick, 43pts; 3rd: Richard Daly & Lar Ryan, 41pts (23 on back 9); 4th James Wallace & Patsy Farrell, 41pts; 5th: Donnacha Larkin & Dermot Jacob, 40pts (21 on back 9); 6th: Ian Pericho & Tommy Long, 40 pts (19 on back 9).