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MercedesTrophy World Final 2015: a victory for Team North Asia.

Amateur golfers from across the world have been in action at the MercedesTrophy World Final 2015 in Stuttgart, Germany, birthplace of the automobile and home of Mercedes-Benz.

  • MercedesTrophy World Final 2015: a victory for Team North Asia.

  • More than 60,000 players from all over the world.

    More than 60,000 players participated in the MercedesTrophy throughout the year, making it one of the largest amateur golf tournaments in the world. At the World Final, 93 players represented 31 teams and it was Team North Asia who lifted the prestigious Nations Cup after three thrilling rounds! They finished on 199 points, ahead of Team New Zealand (195 points) and Team Germany (192 points). Team South Africa received the Team Spirit Award – as voted by their fellow competitors. Professional golfer and Mercedes-Benz Brand Ambassador Martin Kaymer visited guests at Golf-Club Solitude to play a hole and offer some expert tips and advice on how they can improve their own game.

    Winning team North Asia at the award presentation of the MercedesTrophy 2015.
    Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupé at the golf facility.

    A Mercedes-Benz experience at close quarters.

    Visitors had the opportunity to see a range of Mercedes-Benz models first-hand, including the GLE and GLE Coupé, G-Class, CLA Shooting Brake, A-Class, C-Class, Mercedes-AMG GT and Mercedes-Maybach S-Class. As well as some truly memorable golf, MercedesTrophy World Final participants enjoyed some of the best that Stuttgart has to offer, including a trip to the Mercedes-Benz Museum and a traditional Volksfest evening at Cannstatter Wasen.

    Sport for a good cause.

    This year once again money was collected at the MercedesTrophy tournaments around the world for the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation. Mercedes-Benz is a founder member of the foundation, which uses sport to tackle social challenges around the world. It currently sponsors more than 150 social projects worldwide, primarily aimed at helping children and young people affected by poverty, homelessness, war, violence, drug misuse, discrimination and AIDS.

    A golfer tees off into the sun.

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