- The best international golf returns to the Balearic Islands with this new tournament that is part of the European Tour and is endorsed by OK Mobility as an official mobility provider.
OK Mobility becomes the official mobility provider of the Mallorca Golf Open, the prestigious PGA European Tour circuit’s last tournament, that took place from October 21 to 24 at the Golf Santa Ponça (Calvià).
After ATP Mallorca Championships’ success last June, which was also endorsed by OK Mobility, elmotion group continues to advance in its commitment to bring to Mallorca top-level professional sporting events. In this way, the best international professional golf returns, ten years after its last edition on the island, with what will be the last of the tournaments of the prestigious European Tour. The global mobility company will be in charge of covering all the official trips of the tournament, making its fleet of vehicles available to participants and organisers.
The CEO of OK Mobility, Othman Ktiri, assures that “it is a pleasure to see how Mallorca, once again, becomes an international sports epicentre; and this is thanks to Elmotion Group’s effort to bring to the island great top sporting events”. “For our part, OK Mobility’s collaboration in this tournament reinforces our position as an international brand and we will be delighted to put all our mobility solutions at the service of both the organisation and players.”
For his part, Edwin Weindorfer, CEO of Elmotion Group, the company organising the event, assures that “professional golf returns to Mallorca and we are very happy to have partners like OK Mobility to join this event as a sponsor. Loyalty is another value to keep in mind and an understanding between public institutions and the private sector is always key to success. Thanks to OK Mobility for supporting Elmotion sports“.
With a prize money of 1 million euros, the Mallorca Golf Open has been played at the Golf Santa Ponsa, home of the European Tour on six occasions, and through which great golf legends such as Severiano Ballesteros, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, Bernard Langer, José Mª Olazábal or Jesper Partnevick have passed.