Vandœuvres, June 16, 2024 - The 11th edition of the F.P.Journe Golf Cup was held at the Golf Club de Genève.

Vandœuvres, June 16, 2024 - The 11th edition of the F.P.Journe Golf Cup was held at the Golf Club de Genève. The 148 participants, both collectors and club members, had the opportunity to demonstrate their skills in this competition played in Greensome, Stableford formula.

Nestled in a spectacular natural setting and founded in 1922, the Golf Club de Genève course is one of the oldest in Switzerland. Designed by the famous architect Robert Trent Jones Senior in 1973, it offers a unique challenge with its 6237 metres of carefully maintained fairways and impresses with its breathtaking views of the Alps and Lake Geneva, creating a playing experience that is as visually stunning as it is technically demanding. Covering an area of 47 hectares, the Golf Club de Genève was recognised in 2023 with international GEO (Golf Environment Organization) certification for its commitment to sustainability.

Michelin-starred chef Dominique Gauthier, who heads up F.P.Journe Le Restaurant, was on hand at the turn to present one of his signature recipes: salmon from Grisons cooked with fleur de sel, yuzu and Imperial Gold caviar. This year's competition was also marked by the presence of American collectors accompanied by the team from the Maison F.P.Journe New York. The day ended with a cocktail reception, in partnership with Maison Laurent-Perrier, followed by the prize-giving ceremony conducted by François-Paul Journe.

Amadeo Serra and Filippo Serra topped the gross ranking, and were rewarded with a dinner for two at F.P.Journe Le Restaurant. In the net ranking, Marc-Antoine Soulier and Nico Bravo took first place, followed by Brian Kelly and Augustin de Jamblinne. Numerous other prizes were also awarded, including the Nearest to the Pin, Men's and Women's awards, as well as the Visitor Award. The winner of the draw was Evelyne Mühlheim, who took home an F.P.Journe alarm clock.

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