Chrysler Golf Challenge Tees Into Action

Golfers of all abilities are being urged to sign up and compete for a chance to play at Scotland’s world famous golf resort, The Westin Turnberry – thanks to Chrysler in the UK.

With support from TaylorMade-adidas Golf, Milton Keynes-based Chrysler is spearheading the ladies and men's competition for the fourth successive year.

The three-stage competition tees off with a series of medal days organised by Chrysler dealerships up and down the country and their local golf clubs.

The winners of four handicap categories will form a team that represents the host dealership at one of eight regional finals, the winners of which will ultimately experience a two-day, all-expenses paid, dream golfing event staged at the world famous links course.

Simon Elliott, Managing Director for Chrysler and Jeep in the UK, said: "The Chrysler Golf Challenge has grown immense in stature over the past three years. 2002 witnessed an extremely high standard of golf from all who participated.

"Personally, I find it extremely pleasing that Chrysler champions a competition which enables golfers of all abilities to take part and not just the game’s crème de la crème. I look forward to welcoming the regional finalists to play at one of the greatest golfing venues in the world – Turnberry."

Mark Richardson – General Manager, UK & Ireland (TaylorMade, adidas & Maxfli Golf), said: "Taylormade, adidas and Maxfli Golf are again committed to supporting the Chrysler Golf Challenge in 2003. We have established a fantastic relationship with Chrysler over the past three years and will be offering advice and guidance to all golfers taking part in the challenge."

Published 6 April 2003 Melanie Carter
 

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