IWR Jaguar Cup at Acquasanta and Olgiata

Outdoor sport is back and Jaguar celebrates on the golf course with the first IWR Jaguar Cup: a double appointment on the green that combines a passion for golf with that for Jaguars. A combination that has always seen the car manufacturer promote golf tournaments and initiatives. It starts on Sunday 30 May at the Acquasanta Golf Club and continues on Saturday 19 June at the Olgiata Golf Club.

IWR Jaguar Cup, schedule

Two races, two clubs involved, 240 participants and 40 members who will interchange between the clubs. Stableford individual competitions feature 18 holes and 3 handicap categories. The points scored in the respective races will be added together and at the end of the two-day period the first classified net of the category, the first gross, the second net of the category, the first Lady and the first Senior will be awarded. There will also be special “Nearest to the pin” prizes for men and women and a prize by drawing following the delivery of the which will include a free Test Drive at the dealership. Golfers (over 21 years of age) will be involved in contests on the driving range and participants who will create a hole in one with the orange ball extracted from the basketball on the driving range, will be granted a car from the JLR range on free loan. for 24h for a long test drive.

The world ranking for Italian golf marks a change of pace. After years of domination, the best blue in the world rankings is no longer Francesco Molinari but Guido Migliozzi. Also thanks to the back injury (and the recent negative results) that forced him to retire at the last minute from the 103rd edition of the PGA Championship, Chicco Molinari slipped from 144 / a to 153 / a position (1.0420), overtaken by Migliozzi from Vicenza. (without having played last week) from 146 / a to 142 / a square (1.0904). While it is 176 / o (0.9063) Renato Paratore.

Migliozzi’s overtaking against the Turinese comes just over three weeks after the closing (scheduled for June 21) of the qualification process for the Tokyo Olympics. It is a really complicated moment for Molinari from Turin who has recently announced the separation (after 19 months of collaboration) from caddy Mark Fulcher. The feat at the PGA Championship, reaching 50 years, 11 months and 7 days (oldest golfer ever to win a major), allowed Phil Mickelson to move from 115 / a to 32 / a (3.3534) position of the world ranking. Always led (despite the cuts at The Masters and the PGA Championship, the first two majors of 2021), with 10.1585, by the American Dustin Johnson.

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