Krassimir Balakov with the best brut result at the second Deutsche Bank Invitational Bulgaria

36 international teams competed last weekend in Deutsche Bank Black Sea Open 2013 

It took only 68 strokes to the football legend Krassimir Balakov and tennis coach Emil Markov to achieve the best brut result in the golf tournament Deutsche Bank Black Sea Open 2013 in Bulgaria. In the net ranking first place was taken by the couple Lubomir Minchev and Ilia El-Feleki.

Second, with the same score of Stableford points, but with more strokes at the last holes, ranked Roberto Mladenov and Stoyan Genov. For a second year in a row the golf course of Black Sea Rama near Balchik hosted the prestigious competition played in a scramble format for teams by 2 players. Last weekend the tournament included 72 enthusiastic golf players from Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Russia, Korea, Germany and UK, distributed in 36 couples.

The golf amateur series „Deutsche Bank Invitational” is organized for more than 14 years by Deutsche Bank. Every year since 1999 the bank organized more than 50 tournaments around Europe for business representatives and their guests. Since two years beautiful BlackSeaRama golf course is the venue for the tournament of the Wealth Management division. Wealth Management as part of Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management is the bank's division for servicing wealthy individuals, their families, and institutional clients. "We are very happy that we enjoyed again high attention and strong participation from local clients and the golf community, which shows the trust of the local business in the good practices of the bank”, said Borislav Ivanov, Director of the Representative Office of Deutsche Bank AG in Sofia.

The prize is an invitation for participation in a Deutsche Bank golf competition in Europe of their choice. There were trophies in several special categories. For the second year in a row the prize for “Longest Drive” among the ladies was awarded to Nicole Blankenburg. The “Longest Drive” among the gentlemen and the “Nearest to the Pin” prizes went to Emil Markov.