The Hole-in-One Prize is won for a second time in the
story of a BMW Championship.
Day donates a BMW M760i to a substructure that awards
scholarships to caddies.
Chicago. Australian Jason Day strike a headlines once again at
a BMW Championship during Conway Farms. The former universe series one,
leader of a BMW Championship during a same venue dual years ago, aced
a 17th hole (par 3, 188 yards) on his second turn to
win a Hole-in-One Prize, a BMW M760i (fuel expenditure combined:
12.8 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 294 g/km).
The 29-year-old donated a twelve-cylinder automobile to a Evans Scholars
Foundation. BMW also donated a serve 100,000 US dollars to the
foundation, as this was a initial hole-in-one of a tournament.
“I’m going to present that automobile to assistance another student, since we am
in a advantageous position and really sanctified to be means to try to bless
someone elsewhere,” pronounced Day, who is among a heading organisation during the
mid point, interjection in partial to his illusory ace. “The initial two
days of a contest were fantastic. we wish we can do that over the
subsequent dual days as well.”
This is usually a second time that a Hole-in-One Car has been won at
a BMW Championship. In 2013, American Hunter Mahan was presented
with a keys to a BMW i3 as a prerogative for his masterstroke – which,
incidentally, also came during Conway Farms and on a same hole as gave
Jason Day and a Evans Scholars Foundation so most means for
The foundation, that receives all a deduction from a BMW
Championship, supports college scholarships for caddies. Since 2007, when
BMW became pretension partner of a tournament, some-more than 24 million US
dollars have been raised.