Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Happenings: The Lexus Golf Invitational 2018 Was Held Recently...

Lexus Malaysia recently held the 12th edition of its Golf Invitational tournament where those that attended and participated in the 3-part tournament had fun on the green as well as receiving  first-class Lexus hospitality. It was held at the Palm Garden Golf Club, Tropicana Golf & Country Resort and the Kota Permai Golf and Country Club. Throughout the tournament, guests were pampered with Lexus’ style of hospitality. This included food & drink as well as relaxing neck and shoulder massages for the competitors. 

Mr Teo Loong Chua and Ms June Yap emerged as the respective champions of the Palm Garden and Tropicana tournaments. Both received trophies, caddy bags, premium drivers and a 3D2N Golf Tour to
Bangkok.  Prizes from the Kota Permai round were presented as lucky draw giveaways as the tournament was interrupted mid-way with bad weather.

“We are delighted with the relationships we built through our annual Lexus Golf Invitational but we are more proud to see returning players up their game year after year as we are confident that it is the competitive spirit that drives us to progress. At Lexus, we truly believe that we are the master driver in all that we do and we compete healthily to offer our best vehicles and services for our discerning drivers. Congratulations to all our deserving winners!” said Mr. Ravindran K, President of Lexus Malaysia.

The Lexus Golf Invitational 2018 also gave tribute to golf as the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) golfers Michelle Koh and Michele Low were invited to host an exclusive golf clinic for amateurs. The clinic turned up a notch when each participant was given the opportunity to see how they fare when playing a hole against the experts at the “Beat The Pro Challenge”.

Lexus says that the spirit of golf demonstrates the very concept of sportsmanship, which reflects the soul of Lexus where it is driven to challenge itself but never forgetting its guiding principles and the spirit of omotenashi in all its dealings. 

I also have to add that golf is a game loved by the Japanese. High cost of playing it over in Japan makes Malaysia a nice place to be if one loves the game of golf. 

No comments: