Audi Quattro Cup

In the spirit of innovation and performance, Audi and the sport of golf come together to form the Audi Quattro Cup, one of the largest amateur golf tournaments in the world. Every year thousands of golfers with a passion for both performance and excellence gather at local tournaments across the country to compete for a chance to secure their place at the United States Final and ultimately, earn a spot in the World Final. Eligible winners from local tournaments hosted by participating U.S. Audi dealerships will advance to this year's 2019 Audi Quattro Cup U.S. Final at Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina. From there, the top two teams will represent the U.S. at the World Final. On behalf of everyone at Audi of America, we thank each and every hosting dealer and participant for turning what was once a small tournament in Germany into a worldwide success. 2019 promises to be another unforgettable year of thrilling competition, and we look forward to many impressive drives - on and off the course. 

Our apologies, due to Father's Day the Quattro Cup Golf Tournament has been re-scheduled to Monday, June 17th.

Official Player Requirements for 2019 Local Tournaments   


> All golfers must have an active and established United States Golf Association ("USGA") Handicap Index to compete in a local tournament and to advance to the Audi quattro® Cup 2019 United States Final (also referred to herein as the "United States Final"). Any player who wishes to compete must submit a handicap index when they register or prior to the tournament date, as required by the applicable local dealer. If there is a discrepancy as to whether a handicap is valid, Audi Tournament Headquarters will work with the Tournament Director to determine a final ruling.
> If a team wins their local qualifying tournament and attends the United States Final, each member of that team is ineligible to attend and compete in the Audi quattro Cup United States Final for the next two consecutive years. (e.g., participants at the 2018 United States Final are not eligible to qualify for a United States Final again before 2021 - even with a partner)
> Participants must be either a member of the hosting golf club or invited by the Audi Dealer hosting and organizing the local tournament.
> All golfers must be registered prior to the start of their local tournaments at
> All golfers must be 21 years of age on or before February 1, 2019.
> The Quattro Cup Tournament is an amateurs-only event. Professional golfers may not compete.
> Additionally, employees and contractors and others with a business relationship to Audi of America, Volkswagen Group of America and authorized Audi dealerships, as well as their immediate family members, are not eligible to participate. (''Immediate family'' includes the individual's spouse, parents, children, siblings and in-laws.)
> Golfers may only play in one local tournament per year.

Player and Partner Guidelines

> Teams are made up of two people. Players who do not sign up with a partner will be assigned a partner by the local dealer organizing the local tournament.
> Men and women are not segregated - teams can be men, women or co-ed.
> Distance measuring devices are permitted as long as their only function is measuring distance. Devices that provide extra information (e.g., club selection, shot type, wind, etc.) are not permitted.