Volvo World Golf Challenge returns to Qatar

Doha, 2019:Doha Marketing Services Company W.L.L (DOMASCO), exclusive distributor of Volvo cars in Qatar, held the much-anticipated Volvo World Golf Challenge, Qatar Chapter, on January 18, at the Doha Golf Club. With the participation of 92 talented golfers, this event was held again after 5 years of absence from Qatar’s market.

This year’s winner, Dean Lavy, sat atop the leaderboard with 42 points and will represent Qatar in the World Final to be held in South Africa from March 24 -29, 2019.With all expenses paid, an exciting program awaits Mr. Lavy in Fancourt, South Africa’s premier leisure resort, venue for the tournament. Coming in second was Thomas Aiden with 39 points on countback followed by Kenza Gilmour in third place with 39 points countback.

Faisal Sharif, Managing Director, DOMASCO, commented on this occasion saying, “This ever-growing, year-round activity hosted by Volvo dealers all around the world gives golfers the chance to participate in competitive but friendly and professionally-run events at a local golf club close to their homes. With golf and Volvo’s values serving as the perfect common ground, this unbroken partnership has enabled the building and strengthening of relationships between Volvo and its customers of today and tomorrow.”

Amongst the other special prize winners of this year were Kenza Gilmour for longest drive (ladies), Uzma Mir for nearest to the pin (ladies), Thomas Aiden for longest drive (men) and Paul Kelly for nearest to the pin (men).

The event also showcased all the latest Volvo car models available in Qatar including the XC90, XC40, XC60 and S90.

The Volvo World Golf Program dates back to 1988 with over 1.5 million customers and prospective clients having participated over the years in the Volvo Cup, Volvo Masters Amateur and now the Volvo World Golf Challenge.

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