Playing in the first group on Sunday, Bradbury hit his tee shot with a six-iron 201 yards to secure the keys to the Genesis G70 Shooting Break 2.0 Sport. Speaking about his first ace in a tournament, Bradbury said, “I saw the pin there and joked, ‘I’ll take the car.’ of his new Genesis car, Bradbury commented, “The car is amazing. The shuttles we have for the hotel this week have been Genesis and they are fantastic. They are really, really nice cars. So, it’s nice to have the key here.
First premiered at the 2021 Goodwood Festival of Speed, the G70 Shooting Brake is based on the G70 sedan, boasting a sleek and elegant coupe design at the same time with the added practicality of increased trunk space. It highlights the athletic aspect in a balance of “athletic elegance”, the signature design identity of the Genesis.
Making its debut in the Middle East in September 2022, the award-winning car’s model type, the “Shooting Brake”, refers to a car body style firmly rooted in Europe’s automotive history and a recurring theme for manufacturers in the premium luxury sector. is a running theme.
Omar Al Zabeidi, Head of Genesis Middle East & Africa said, “This is our second year as the Official Vehicle Partner of the HSBC Championship Tournament, but the first time since our involvement that we have won the Genesis Hole-in-One prize. ” He continued, “We are delighted that the final day of the tournament was made even more memorable by a wonderful occasion, and we would like to congratulate all the players for their performances and for putting in the best this week.”