Inaugural bank event


  • Golf
  • Sunday, 23 Jun 2019

The Mines will host the grand final in August.

AFFIN Bank are venturing into tournament golf and will host their inaugural Cards Challenge between July 11 and Aug 24.

In a satement to TeeUp, Affin Bank said their card members (Affin Bank and Affin Islamic Bank) are invited to register for participation before July 5.

There will be three qualifying rounds, from which 20 at each venue will go through to the grand final - to be played at the Mines Resort & Golf Club on Aug 24.

The first qualifying round is at Templer Park Country Club on July 11, the second at Kota Permai Golf & Country Club on July 25 and the third at Palm Garden Golf Club on Aug 8. The novelty attractions will include a “Beat the Pro” round whereby players compete with the pros.

In partnership with Quill Automobiles, there is a hole-in-one prize of an all-new BMW X1.

The bank’s card members can also enjoy a special entry fee of RM250, instead of RM500, by making a minimum purchase of RM8,000 (terms and condition apply). The fee covers the green fees, buggy, caddy, insurance, meals and goodie bags.

To participate in the Challenge, card members can submit their entry form via e-mail to affincards@affinbank.com.my or download the entry form from the websites of Affin Bank and Affin Islamic.

Affin Bank Card Challenge11 Jul 1st Round Templer Park CC

25 Jul 2nd Round Kota Permai GCCC

8 Aug 3rd Round Palm Garden GC

24 Aug Grand Final The Mines

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