Following the world’s most prominent corporate golf tournament’s Malaysian edition held on May 17, the Kuala Lumpur champion will go on to represent the city in the Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup Grand Finals.
Turkish Airlines, flying to more countries than any other airline, arrived in Kuala Lumpur at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club with the Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup on May 17th. Local high-profile figures and members of the business community attended the event.
Since its inception in 2013, the Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup now brings together over 8,000 players who compete against one another in more than 85 tournaments worldwide.
The event at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club was the 9th of 88 tournaments in this year’s Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup – with the victors competing in the Grand Finals in Türkiye later this year. From a global total of 85, those that win will go through to the Grand Finals and have the chance to play at Gloria Serenity Resort on the Turkish Golf Coast.
Representing Kuala Lumpur, Ali Hakan Arar secured the champion position with 46 points, and Ramzan Ramza was runner-up, while Tam Khim Yeng came in third.
The Closest to the Pin competition for ladies was won by Irene Soon, and for men by Meor Arzin Bin Meyor Hamdan. The lowest gross score was won by His RoyalHighness Tengku Muhammad Shah.
Turkish Airlines General Manager in Kuala Lumpur, M. Hamza Arslan, said, “We warmly thank all of our guests who made the Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup here in Kuala Lumpur a huge success. Once again, it was a thrilling tournament in the TAWGC series, congratulations to our winner, Ali Hakan Arar. We wish him the best of luck in Türkiye.”
All Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup finalists will fly to Türkiye with the comfort and luxury of the Turkish Airlines’ Business Class.
More information about Turkish Airlines can be found on its official website at www.turkishairlines.com or its social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
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