Carlsberg Golf Classic 2019
Enjoy Carlsberg Smooth Draught to enjoy unlimited FUN and lucrative PRIZES at “Probably The Best Golf Tournament” in Malaysia!
After capping off another successful year on the back of its silver jubilee last year, Carlsberg Golf Classic, the leading amateur golf tournament in the country, is back and set to add another feather to its cap. With more than RM2.6 million in sponsorship value, the Carlsberg Golf Classic is scheduled to be held at 35 exclusive golf clubs nationwide, including Sabah and Sarawak, through 37 qualifying legs from 16th June to 14th September.
By progressively raising the bar every year, Carlsberg Golf Classic has proven itself as “Probably The Best Golf Tournament” in terms of fun, participation and prizes by taking the golfing experience to another level. Paving the way this year as the last, ice-cold Carlsberg Smooth Draught is again available on course for that added fun, living up to its tagline of “Now You Can Pop A Draught Anywhere!”
Making his first appearance at this long-running golf event was incoming Carlsberg Managing Director Ted Akiskalos. “This year, Carlsberg Golf Classic opens its doors for the first time at three golf clubs hosting open legs for non-members for more engaging participation at Meru Valley Golf Club, Ipoh; Tropicana Golf and Country Resort, Petaling Jaya and Le Grandeur Palm Resort, Johor Bahru.” said Ted at the press conference while pledging to take up golf lessons to promote the game.
Part of the much-touted Carlsberg Golf Classic’s “A” game is for participants to enjoy Carlsberg and Carlsberg Smooth Draught served up throughout the tournament. Keeping the fun quotient up, are activities that include the loudest POP! Challenge and the “Spin & Win” contest with a chance to win “Probably The Best Brewery Tour” at Shah Alam.Participants will be excited to know that there will be four hole-in-one prizes, consisting of a Mercedes A 200 AMG, Mercedes E 200 Avantgarde, a Titoni Master Series Dual Time watch and an Ogawa Masterdrive Massage Chair at the national finals scheduled to be held in November.