German athlete Max Kramer completed the 22nd Golf Mad Golf Tournament, organized by Golf Mad at Kempinski Hotel The Dome in Belek Tourism Center, in which professional and amateur athletes participated.
One hundred sixty-eight golfers, 42 of them professional from 27 countries, competed in the tournament.
In the three-day tournament, the athletes competed in 54 holes.
German Max Kramer came first in the gross category of the tournament. Serbian Mihailo Dimitrijevic took second place, while Turkish athlete Bülent Altıntaş became the third.
In the teams' category, the German team consisting of professional golfer Max Kramer and amateur golfers Alexander Schwarz, Franz Schwarz and Rosemarie Riederer won first place.
In this category, the Turkish team consisting of Gencer Özcan, Taylan Dönmez, Ercan Badem and Monty Knees came in second. In contrast, the Austrian squad consisting of Jurgen Maurer, Dinu Pescariu, Florin Segarceanu and Adolf Baclea came third.
On the other hand, Russian Silvia Naishuller won the award for the closest shot to the hole in women, British Steven White in men, and Russian Natalia Zarudnaya in women and Taylan Dönmez in men won the longest shot award in men.
The awards for the tournament winners were given by Akkanat Holding Board Member Yasin Akkanat and Golf Mad Turkey Director Bekir Kara. The winners were given a 1-week accommodation at the Kempinski Hotel The Dome and a flight ticket by Pegasus Airlines.