The first professional who makes a hole-in-one at the 16th during this year’s Deloitte Ladies Open will win a BMW 6 Series Coupe, worth 90,350 euros. The Deloitte Ladies Open will be played from 1 to 3 June at Golfclub Broekpolder.
Last year the hole-in-one prize in the Deloitte Ladies Open won by Frances Bondad. The Australian won the prize on the last day of the tournament Broekpolder Golf Club on hole-16. It was the first time a professional at the Deloitte Ladies Open had won a car with an 'ace'.
Bondad last year received the keys to a BMW 640i Convertible. This year, win the first professional that a hole-in-one makes a BMW 6 Series Coupé.
The bunkers around the small green on 16 make it a tough hole. Liz Weima, Deloitte Ladies Open tournament director, commented: "We are delighted that BMW's involvement with women's golf, and in particular the Deloitte Ladies Open, again this year. A hole-in-one prize of this calibre has a positive attraction to the players. This moves the Deloitte Ladies Open into the top segment of the international golf circuit. "
Diederik Reitsma, from BMW Netherlands, said: "We are delighted once again to be connected to the Deloitte Ladies Open. The dynamism and force that the BMW 6 Series Coupe exudes fits nicely with this golf tournament. Hopefully we will again give away a car."
The BMW 6 Series Coupe is wider, longer and lower than its predecessor, making the design, strength and dynamism. By applying different fuel saving measures, EfficientDynamics, the BMW 6 Series Coupe combines driving pleasure with the lowest possible average consumption. Besides the hole-in-one, BMW cars are available to transport players and officials during the tournament week.
In addition to Deloitte Ladies Open, BMW sponsors the KLM Open, BMW Championship, the Ryder Cup, the BMW PGA Championship and the BMW International Open, the European Tour and organiser of the world's largest tournament series for amateurs.
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