|Ticket||Quantity Left||Price Each|
|Twosome Golf Package||Available||$1,250.00|
|General Golf Package Foursome||Available||$2,500.00|
|Club House Sponsor||None left||$10,000.00|
|Additional Dinner Guest||Available||$100.00|
Hosted by Audi Willow Grove, the Audi quattro Cup tournament is an all-day event featuring a competitive golf tournament, lunch, cocktails, and dinner. One lucky twosome will be vying for the opportunity to advance to the U.S. Final at the Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina (all-expenses-paid). From there, two teams will claim the victory and head to Baja Peninsula in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico as representatives of Audi of America at the World Final.
This fantastic event is part of the largest amateur golf tournament in the world and Audi Willow Grove is proud to partner with the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House to co-host this event for the fourth year in a row. All proceeds from the tournament go to the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House and help families with seriously ill children who come to Philadelphia to receive life-saving medical care at some of the nation’s best hospitals.
Date: Monday, July 10, 2017
Location: Commonwealth National Golf Club
This event would not be possible without the amazing support from Audi Willow Grove. Audi Willow Grove, located in Willow Grove, PA, is part of the Holman Automotive Group family of dealerships. Holman has been dedicated to exceptional customer service since the company was founded in 1924. At Audi Willow Grove, each employee is dedicated to providing each customer with a positive experience each and every time they visit our dealership. Like every Holman dealership, Audi Willow Grove is devoted to the community. Holman’s philosophy has been to give back to the communities that support our success. Audi Willow Grove is proud to host the Audi quattro Cup benefiting the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House for the fourth consecutive year.
All proceeds from the tournament go to the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House and help families with seriously ill children who come to Philadelphia to receive life-saving medical care at the nation’s best hospitals.