The Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup is preparing for one of the busiest months in its history in September with 31 events taking place around the world. This comes on the back of a relatively calm July and August which had an ecclectic feel with 14 events taking place from Tokyo to Montevideo.
July began in Tokyo at Morianga Tatataki. This time it was the turn of the ladies to show off their best game following on from the men’s event in April. Two days later, the series had made it to the picturesque Mauritius at Belle Mare Page where nearly 100 golfers took part with Emmanuel Cornillett taking the spoils.
Two more African events followed in the proceeding weeks with Karen Golf Club in Nairobi and Gymkhana Golf Club in Dar Es Salaam.
Three events on the 27th July closed the month in style as Moscow, Ulaanbaatur and Riga all played host to their guests.
August kicked off in Helsinki and Tallinn before heading across the Atlantic for a North American double header on two outstanding courses. First, a former US Open venue in Myopia Hunt for the Boston event before the Toronto event returned to Glen Abbey Golf Club once again where Paul Haney won with a net 64. Steven Fernandez then produed an outstanding round of net 58 at Laguna National in Singapore.
The month conlcuded Montevideo for the 3rd installment of the Uruguay qualifier taking place at Golf Club del Uruguay where Charles Silvera was crowned champion.