72 UAE National Golfers Graduate in Abu Dhabi

(Abu Dhabi, UAE) – The next generation is here. On June 27th, 2022 the Emirates Golf Federation (EGF) hosted a graduation for 72 United Arab Emirates (UAE), National golfers, into the National Junior Development Program (NJDP) at Abu Dhabi Golf Club.

The next generation of UAE National Golfers received their certificate at Abu Dhabi Golf Club.

Under the patronage of the General Authority for Sports and Chairman of the EGF, His Excellency Shaikh Fahim Bin Sultan Al Qasimi, and keeping with the EGF’s mission of “identifying and developing young UAE National golfers, while building good character through the integrity of the game of golf”. The EGF has advanced 72 golfers into their next level of training in Abu Dhabi.

All children were between the ages of 6 to 14 years old. The junior golfers were tested over 16 weeks and have shown potential in physical ability, coachability, and most importantly commitment to the sport of golf.

Keeping in line with the partnership with The R&A and the DP World Tour, the EGF continues to strengthen UAE golf in numbers.

To find out more about the Emirates Golf Federation and how to sign up for the National Junior Development Program contact us at info@egfgolf.com

Emirates Golf Federation Celebrates World Environment Day at Al Zorah Golf Course

(Ajman, UAE) – Emirates Golf Federation (EGF) celebrated World Environment Day in a different way by allowing participants golf players to partner with the environment and plant a mangrove tree after the end of the tournament held in Al Zorah Golf Courses.

The 18 Championship-hole golf course, designed by Nicklaus Design and operated by Troon,  garnered a reputation of being ‘one of the best golf venues in the world’, and ranked 8th in the Middle East and North Africa regions is nestled pristinely among the naturally preserved environment, lakes, and the unique mangrove forest.

George Saad, Chief Executive Officer of Al Zorah Development Company, expressed his delight in the event, “We are pleased to have EGF golfers on the joyous occasion of World Environment Day. The Al Zorah Golf Club was designed and constructed in Al Zorah Mangroves Forest way that complements the natural beauty of the landscape here in Ajman. Which are native to the region, play a significant role in the ecosystem and we have preserved the natural forestry and surrounding habitat to keep our golf course environmentally sustainable.”


“As part of the celebration of the Environment Day, each golfer planted their own mangrove tree at the end of the event, to show their appreciation of and dedication towards preserving our natural habitat,” Saad adds.


The EGF event conducted the event on the 12th of June at Al Zorah Golf Club by four players from each golfing division: ladies, men, coaches, and juniors, a total of sixteen players. They will golf and enjoy the scenic views, as well as contributing to the local gorgeous landscapes by planting the mangroves post-game.


Mr. Akram Skaik, Director General of the Emirates Golf Federation, says: “It comes with great pleasure to work with Al Zorah Golf Club to not only help with the environment but also give the UAE National Team players an opportunity to work together off the golf course. It is our mission in following the path of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and its adherence to implementing strategies and programs to ensure a sustainable future and a healthy environment. Being golfers the environment is extremely important to us and anything that the National Team or the Emirates Golf Federation can do to help is our mission”

Philip Henderson Al Zorah Golf Club General Manager says: “The location of Al Zorah offers a uniqueness that allows a golfer to experience a world-class golf course and nature in its most refined setting.  For any player visiting Al Zorah, you will find a knowledgeable team of associates dedicated to educating players on the importance of our environment and delivering superior service.”

The Emirates Golf Federation (EGF) is a non-profit organization formed in 1995 and is the Governing Body of Golf in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), helping to draw awareness to and inspire a culture of the sport within the region. Currently, the EGF represents over 7,500 members, both directly through the foundation itself, as well as throughout the 22 golf clubs across the UAE. The EGF actively conducts an Order of Merit Season, Junior Development Programs, and Junior, Ladies, and Men’s National Team Programs.

Maya Palanza Gaudin, Abu Dhabi Based 12-Year-Old, Takes first place in Scotland event.

Maya Palanza Gaudin made her mark when she finished first in the recent US Kids European Championship.

Abu Dhabi-based Maya Palanza Gaudin finished first in the recent US Kids European Championship (Girls Age 12 years-old Category) at The Glen Golf Club, just outside of Edinburgh, Scotland.

Born in Ethiopia, the 12-year-old Maya, who has lived in Abu Dhabi with her parents, and younger sister for ten years, plays off a 2.7 handicap and was the 2021 Ladies Club champion at Yas Links Golf Club, Abu Dhabi.

Scotland threw everything it could at Maya – difficult course, cold, windy and rainy weather, tough competition, etc and she met every adversity with determination, grit, and a “can-do spirit.”

Maya played incredibly consistent golf, shooting 72(E); 74(+2) and 74(+2) for a tournament total of 220 (+4) played over the 4,507 yards, par 72 layouts.

Round 1 found Maya in 1st place on top of the leaderboard. In round 2 she dropped to 2nd place, two strokes behind the new leader. And in round 3 she played an incredibly clean front 9 and ultimately overtook the current leader by 4 strokes to retake 1st place and win the European championship!

The US Kids Golf European Championship is the largest golf tournament of its kind across the continent and sees the next generation of golfing stars come together for three days of fierce competition.  The 2022 tournament took place from 31 May to 3 June, across five golf courses in East Lothian, Scotland.

More than 500 junior golfers teed off over Craigielaw Golf Club, Glen Golf Club, Longnidrry Golf Club, Royal Musselburgh Golf Club and The Musselburgh Golf Club. Junior golfers from 46 countries were represented, with the farthest talent traveling over 7,000 miles from Chile to compete in the prestigious tournament.

The next international event on Maya’s schedule is the US Kids Golf World Championships in July at Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina (USA).

Highlights: During this 54-hole Championship Maya’s highlights include:

  • 2 Eagles
  • 42 Pars
  • No double bogeys
  • Clean front 9 in round 3 (all pars)


3 rounds of 18-hole tournament golf (54 holes) – Maya scored 72(E), 74(+2), 74(+2); total of 220 (+4 over).

Dubai Golf Trophy 2022

(Dubai, UAE) – On Monday 9th May, Emirates Golf Club hosted the final day of the 23rd Dubai Golf Trophy.  The tournament is formed by 16 of the UAE’s best amateurs against 16 of the UAE’s best professionals. Each team consists of 12 automatic qualifiers from the season-long UAE PGA tournaments and qualifying Emirates Golf Federation events across the UAE, followed by both team captains Michael Major (Professional Team) and Khalid Yousef (Amateur Team) carefully selecting four additional ‘wildcard’ picks.

The event mirrors closely to the format of the Ryder Cup, seeing two teams of 16 battle it out in team matches on Sunday at Dubai Creek followed by 16 matchplay singles on the Majlis course the next day. The competition has built a reputation as one of the biggest events in the UAE’s golfing calendar and the amateurs have been victorious in the last 6 meetings. Looking to reclaim the prestigious trophy, the professional team looked stronger than ever this year following a strong series of results in the UAE PGA events.

After day 1 the professional team were 1 point ahead of the amateurs (8.5 – 7.5). The biggest stand out of the day was a Hole in One by Nathan Kernaghan on Hole 14. The tight lead led to one of the closest and most dramatic final days in Dubai Golf Trophy history. Very early into the matches it looked like the Pros could face a complete whitewash with nearly all amateurs being up in their games. Yet the Pros fought back starting with a birdie down 18 from Sujan Singh to half his match with Max Burrow. Jackson Bell also fought to the end in a tight match with Craig Vance which saw both players awarded a half. Graham Forbes was the first pro to secure a full point on the final day, which also was Grahams third point of the week. Following Grahams win saw the professional team take consecutive points from the amateurs reinstating the points lead the team started the day with. Big wins from Ryan Smith another professional who won all 3 points, Oscar Yeomans and Louis Gaughan was enough to end the long 6 year wait for the professional side to reclaim the Dubai Golf Trophy.

Special congratulations to Toby Bishop and Yash Majmudar for winning all 3 points for the amateur team, Oliva Jackson for being the first female to compete in the Professional and Amateur Match and to Lea Pouillard, Ginger Delacretaz (Professionals), Jamie Rosalyn Camero and Liang Wei Lui (Amateurs) for competing in the Ladies Challenge Match which was halved after both teams earning 2 points each.

Al Suwaidi & Al Emadi Set for Egyptian Ladies Amateur Open – Nefertiti Cup 2022

(Hurghada, Red Sea GovernorateEgypt) – On May 20th – 22nd 2022 the Egyptian Golf Federation is hosting the Egyptian Ladies Amateur Open or locally known as the Nefertiti Cup 2022. Representing the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Emirates Golf Federation (EGF) will be Hamda Al Suwaidi and Alia Al Emadi.

(right to left) Ladies National Team Coach April Varney with UAE National Team players Alia Al Emadi & Hamda Al Suwaidi

The Egyptian Ladies Amateur Open – Nefertiti Cup 2022 has been played since 2004 and this year it will be held at El Gouna Golf Club. The event will be a 54-hole stroke play championship with the Top 3 Arab players receiving an invitation into a Ladies European Tour event in late 2022. The tournament is open to all lady amateurs with a maximum handicap of 7.

“It is important for our ladies to keep playing over the summer. This is just one of many events and training activities that our Ladies National Team will be participating in. Also, it is important for the EGF to continue to support these Amateur Championships within the Arab Golf Federation. These types of championships will only strengthen our players and give the ladies more competitive experience. The EGF thanks the Egyptian Golf Federation for hosting this championship and we wish the UAE National Ladies the best of luck this weekend, said Akram Skaik, Director General of the Emirates Golf Federation.

Stay tuned to the Emirates Golf Federation social media pages for regular updates and live scoring once presented.

EGF Website: www.egfgolf.com

EGF Facebook: Emirates Golf Federation

EGF Twitter: @EGFuaegolf

EGF Instagram: emiratesgolffederation

EGF LinkedIn: Emirates Golf Federation (EGF)

Sara Ali Wins the 27th Dubai Duty Free UAE Nationals Cup

The 27th Dubai Duty Free UAE Nationals Cup saw 42 golfers compete on the Faldo course with Sara Ali emerging as the overall winner with 35 points at the Emirates Golf Club on Saturday, 7th May.

Salah Tahlak along with Emirates Golf Federation Director-General, Akram Skaik presented the trophy to Sara Ali, overall winner of the 27th DDF UAE Nationals Cup

The format for the day was a Gross and Individual Stableford, with prizes being awarded to the Overall Stableford Winner, Gross Winner, Ladies Winner, Junior Winner, and On-Course Special Event.

Runners up in the individual stableford was Sohail Al Marzooqi with 31 points as the 1st runner up, followed by Hassan Al Musharrekh with 31 points to came in the second place. The Ladies’ winner was Rabab Al Haj with 29 points.

Commenting on the UAE Nationals Cup, Salah Tahlak. Executive Vice President – Corporate Services of Dubai Duty Free said: “This year marks the 27th running of Dubai Duty Free UAE Nationals Cup and the tournament has grown popular among UAE nationals including junior Emirati golfers. Congratulations to all the winners and special thanks to all our participants and to the Emirates Golf Club for their efforts in ensuring a great day was had by all.”

The overall winner in the Junior category was Abdulla Darwish with 28 points while the best gross prize went to Mohammed Skaik with 27 points.

The on-course prizes were won by Hassan Al Musharrekh for the Men’s Nearest the Pin, while Rashid Al Jassmy won the Men’s Longest Drive. Winning the Ladies Nearest the Pin was Alia Al Emadi, with Aliya Al Qubaisi winning the Ladies Longest Drive.

The tournament was a great success, with Dubai Duty Free continuing their support for all sports and golf in the region. At the prize presentation, Tahlak was joined by Emirates Golf Federation Director-General, Akram Skaik.


  • Partnership will enhance development of golf at all levels in the United Arab Emirates
  • Agreement includes minimum of two Challenge Tour events per year in the country
  • 30 spots per event will be given to local players to help expand professional golf
  • Tour will also support EGF junior development initiatives

The DP World Tour and the Emirates Golf Federation (EGF) today announced a long-term partnership aimed at developing golf in the United Arab Emirates for at least the next decade.

The two organisations will collaborate across all levels of the sport in the UAE, from grassroots initiatives right through to the professional game, building on the Tour’s long-term association with the region which dates back to 1989.

Today’s announcement includes a commitment to investing in a minimum of two Challenge Tour events in the country annually from 2023. There will be 30 spots in each of those tournaments allocated to the Emirates Golf Federation to help create playing opportunities and provide a pathway for Emirati golfers.

The partnership also includes an expansion of the Tour’s support of junior golf development in the UAE, working together with the Emirates Golf Foundation to help enhance its grassroots and player performance programmes.

The European Tour group, which incorporates the DP World Tour, Challenge Tour and Legends Tour, first visited the UAE in 1989 for the Dubai Desert Classic at Emirates Golf Club.

Since then, the European Tour group has enjoyed a strong and enduring relationship with the UAE, which was underlined last November when DP World, the Dubai-headquartered provider of global smart end-to-end supply chain and logistics solutions, was named as the title sponsor of the group’s main Tour.

Alongside a record total prize fund for 2022 and minimum purses of US$2million for each solely sanctioned DP World Tour event, that announcement also promised an enhanced commitment to grassroots golf, particularly in the UAE, and significant investment in the Challenge Tour.

Tom Phillips, the European Tour group’s Head of Middle East, said: “Our special partnership with the Emirates Golf Foundation not only demonstrates the DP World Tour’s long-term commitment to developing golf in the United Arab Emirates, but also reflects the strength of the many relationships we enjoy in the country.

“We are delighted to confirm this partnership following our four hugely successful weeks in the UAE at the start of the year, delivering on the pledges we made at the launch of the DP World Tour in November.”

General Abdullah Alhashmi, Vice-Chairman of the Emirate Golf Federation, said: “We have been working with the Tour for more than 30 years and with DP World’s involvement now with the Tour, it became even more important for us to work together for the future of golf in this region.

“This partnership will take us to the next level. Having two Challenge Tour events is an important part of this so we can exchange spots with other federations and take our players abroad. That is part of our vision to develop golf here and develop our players to compete in the professional game.

“Hopefully one day we will have a winner on the DP World Tour, but we need the gradual progress, and taking our players step by step through the Challenge Tour first is important. It will provide tournaments in this region to give players from the Arab world the chance to play at a higher level and compete against other players from different countries.”

Ahmad Skaik, the UAE’s Number One player and a product of the Emirates Golf Federation’s junior golf development programme, said: “This is a very important partnership. It is great that the Tour and EGF are working together to give us more opportunities and to inspire the younger generations.

“It’s very good for the region and I am very excited about the future. For me, I am going to try to take every opportunity possible and play as many events as I can to get better and better.”

Rafa Cabrera Bello, the Ryder Cup player and four-time DP World Tour winner, added: “I’ve been living in Dubai for more than six years now and I’ve been collaborating with the EGF on a number of different things to help to grow the game in the region. My door is always open to help.

“Over the last 15 years since I’ve been coming to the UAE with the Tour, I’ve seen the courses get better and better, the events get bigger and bigger with more and more top names playing in them. So, we are getting it right and it’s just a matter of time before we see a top player come from the UAE. They have all the facilities and infrastructure, and golf is becoming more and more popular with the kids.

“The EGF is trying to support that rise as much as possible and to have this partnership with the DP World Tour can only be a good thing and it will help grow golf in the region.”

This year, the DP World Tour will play five tournaments in the UAE in 2022, including three out of the five Rolex Series events.

Thomas Pieters and Viktor Hovland triumphed in the first two of these, winning the $8million Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and Slync.io Dubai Desert Classic respectively, before two consecutive events at Al Hamra Golf Club in Ras Al Khaimah – the Ras Al Khaimah Championship, won by Nicolai Højgaard, and the Ras Al Khaimah Classic, won by Ryan Fox – marked the Tour’s first visit to that Emirate, building on the Challenge Tour events held there from 2016-2018.

The 2022 season will conclude in Dubai from November 17-20 with the final Rolex Series event of the year, the DP World Tour Championship, which will become the Tour’s first event outside the Majors and WGCs to feature a US$10million prize fund.

Whirlwind Whittaker Storms to Faldo Series Middle East Title

(Al Ain, UAE) – Al Ain’s own Peter Whittaker saved the best golf of the week for the third and final round of the 2022 Championship with a stunning 61 gross (-9) taking him to an overall total of 200 (-10) and the overall winner’s prize. 

Boys under 18 & Overall Winner – Peter Whittaker

Peter started with 3 straight pars, followed by birdies on the 4th, 5th, and 8th and an eagle 3 on the par 5, 7th hole seeing him turn in 30. A par followed on the 10th, before an amazing run of seven straight 3’s to take him to -9 for the day, and with 2 holes to play a chance of joining the exclusive 59 club. Unfortunately, he could only close out his game with par’s on the 17th and 18th, but still, a fantastic round, and enough to lead the overall field and land the Boys under 18 division, and an invite back to the European Grand Final at the AESGC later in the year. 

The 2022 Champion had this to say after his victory “I felt I played really solid on day 1 but the wind made it tricky, but I was happy with my 71 total, the second day the wind dropped which made it easier, but I had to rely on my short game to get me out of trouble and scrambled well around the greens so I was very pleased to finish on 2 under for the day and stay in contention. Even though I didn’t feel my game was at its very best in the first 2 days, I was still going out today to try and take the overall prize, and felt in a great rhythm on the front 9 and hold some good putts to go out in 30. When I got to 7 under for the day after 12, I really wanted to keep it going and after birdies on 14 and 16, I even had a small thought of breaking 60 but it wasn’t to be, but still really happy with my 61 and to win the whole event. Looking forward to playing in the Grand Final in November and hopefully coming out on top again” 

Raghav Gulati (Dubai Creek), who lead on day 1, finished the event with a 1 over par 71 for his 208 total (-2) which kept him in the top spot in the Boys Under 16 division ahead of Victor Kofod-Olsen (Emirates Golf Club) with his total of 214 (+4) 

The Boys under 21 division had to be settled by a play-off, with overnight joint leader Jake Wiltshire (Els Club Dubai) and Edoardo Scialanga (Emirates Golf Club) ending up level with their 3 round totals of 207 (-3). Jake’s par on the 3rd extra hole was enough to win the division after Edoardo couldn’t manage to get up and down on the par 3 to keep the playoff alive.  

Girls under 16 Winner – Lara El Chaib

Lara El Chaib (Abu Dhabi Golf Club) kept control in the Girls under 16 category, from start to finish after closing out with a level par 70 to go with her previous rounds of 69 and 70 for her 209 total (-1). Second place in the division went to Jamie Roslyn Camero (Els Club Dubai) with her total of 218 after her final round of 72 

Not to be outdone by Peter, fellow Al Ain Equestrian Shooting & Golf Club member, Sakura Kawakami took the top prize in the Girls under 21 division and the runner-up spot in the overall standings with her total of 206 (-4). Her closing round of 66, combined with her opening rounds of 72 and 68 saw her improving as the event went on. Moving up 2 spots from her 4th place standing after 2 rounds, Lisa Wahlquist (Doha Golf Club), claimed second place in the division behind Sakura with her final total of 222. 

“There was some great golf played throughout the event, as the standard of golf here in the UAE continues to impress” Matthew Faldo, Director of the Faldo Series commented. He went on to say “Congratulations to Peter on winning this week with a fantastic score today of 61. Peter along with the other 4 category winners will be invited to the European Grand Final to compete in that, as well as meet Sir Nick here in Al Ain in November. I would also like to thank the whole team at Al Ain for this week, and it is great that the AESGC will continue to host our Middle East Qualifier and the European Grand Final up until 2027” 


Division Results Gross 

Boys under 16 Winner – Raghav Gulati – Dubai Creek – 208 

Boys under 16 Runner Up – Victor Kofod-Olsen Emirates Golf Club – 214  

Boys under 18 & Overall Winner – Peter Whittaker – AESGC – 200 

Boys under 18 Runner Up – Samual Perilla Espinosa – Doha Golf Club – 234  

Boys under 21 Winner – Jake Wiltshire – Els Club Dubai – 207 (playoff) 

Boys under 21 Runner Up – Edoardo Scialanga – Emirates Golf Club – 207 

Girls under 16 Winner – Lara El Chaib – Abu Dhabi Golf Club – 209 

Girls Under 16 Runner Up – Jamie Roslyn Camero – Els Club Dubai – 218 

Girls under 21 Winner – Sakura Kawakami – AESGC – 206 

Girls under 21 Runner Up – Lisa Wahlquist – Doha Golf Club – 222 


Division Results Net 

Boys Under 16 – Alexander Rushika – Jumeirah Golf Estates – 205

Boys Under 18 – Obaid Al Heloo – Emirates Golf Federation – 221

Boys Under 21 – Muhammad Saaih Halilintar – KGPA – 199

Girls Under 16 – Sara Ali – Emirates Golf Federation – 209

Girls Under 21 – Alia Al Emadi – Emirates Golf Federation – 206

14 UAE Nationals Compete in Al Ain 2022 Faldo Series

(Al Ain, United Arab Emirates) – Starting today Mach 29th – March 31st, 2022 the Al Ain Equestrian Shooting & Golf Club (AESGC) is hosting the Faldo Series Middle East Championship 2022. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is excited to have this championship after a few years postponed due to the pandemic. Over 60 players between the age of 12 and 21 will compete in 5 different categories. 14 of these golfers will be from the UAE National Golf Team Program.

Humaid Al Suwaidi on the first tee at Al Ain Equestrian Shooting & Golf Club

The championship will take place over 3 rounds (54-hole stroke play), followed by the awards ceremony Thursday afternoon. This year’s field will have 23 different nationalities.  Representing the UAE will be Reema Al Heloo, Alia Al Emadi, Sara Ali, Faye Alblooshi, Shahad Al Suwaidi, Reem Al Hosani, Rashed Al Emadi, Obaid Al Heloo, Mohammad Skaik, Rashid Al Jassmy, Abdalla Al Suwaidi, Humaid Al Suwaidi, Abdalla Kalbat, and Abdulla Darwish.

Sanctioned by the EGF and sponsored by The R&A, DP World Tour, LET, ASM Scholarships, AESGC the leading gross scores in each of the 5 categories will be invited back to the Faldo Series 2022 Grand Final.  The final will also take place in Al Ain in November 2022.

Mattew Faldo, Director of the Faldo Series had this to say leading up to the event,  “after missing out on the last two and a half in Al Ain it’s great to be back once more, for the start of our 26th year of the Faldo Series European season.  It is also great to have signed an agreement with the Al Ain Equestrian Shooting & Golf Club to continue our partnership for a further 5 years for both the Middle East Qualifier and the Faldo Series Grand Final up until 2026, which will be our 30 th anniversary.

Excellent to have another strong field of over 60 players, representing 23 different nationalities, including the highest number of Emiratis we have ever had competing with 15 in total, which is a testament to the hard work of the Emirates Golf Federation.

Keith Wood, Sir Nick’s coach is also returning with me this week, who will be available for any of the players looking for some, one-to-one time over at the academy.

The golf course looks in superb condition and I am sure we will see some great golf and great scores over the next 3 days, we are looking forward to inviting back to Al Ain the 5 categories winners to the Grand Final later in the year, where my father will  be on hand to meet and interact with the players, host clinics and pass on his golfing knowledge”

ريم الحلو تتوج بلقب السيدات، ومحمد سكيك بطلا الناشئين

“العامري” ينتزع لقب جولة مارس في بطولة الميدالية الوطنية للجولف

فايز بجبوج ـ دبي

حصد صالح العامري، برصيد 35 نقطة، لقب جولة “مارس” في بطولة الميدالية الوطنية الشهرية، التي نظمها اتحاد الجولف برعاية بنك المشرق الإسلامي وبدعم من “إي غولف ميغا ستور”، واستضافها أول من أمس، نادي المرابع العربية للجولف في دبي، وتعد الجولة الرابعة والختامية في أجندة البطولة لموسم 2021-2022، وسجلت مشاركة 60 لاعباً ولاعبة نافسوا على ألقاب فئاتها الخمسة.

March 2022 UAE National Monthly Medal Sponsored by Mashreq Bank at Arabian Ranches Golf Club

تألق امير والعمادي

Saleh Al Ameri

كما سجلت المنافسات، وفي فئة الأساتذة (فوق 50 عاماً)، تألق أمير البركي، بتقديم واحدة من أفضل جولاته منذ سنوات، وانتزاع المركز الأول لهذه الفئة بإجمالي 40 نقطة.

وذهب لقب أفضل أداء للاعب المنتخب الوطني راشد العمادي، بعد أن أنهي العمادي مضمار نادي المرابع العربية المكون من 18 حفرة بـ 80 ضربة، قبل أن تذهب جائزة القسم “إيه” المحدد بين “0 إلى 14 هانديكاب” وللجولة الثانية على التوالي إلى اللاعب محمد درويش بتحقيقه 29 نقطة، ولتسجل منافسات القسم “بي” المحدد بين “14 إلى 24 هانديكاب” فوز اللاعب علي العفريت بلقب هذه الفئة بتسجيله 30 نقطة.


منافسات الفتيات

وواصل نجوم المنتخب الوطني تألقهم، بعد أن سجلت منافسات السيدات، فوز لاعبة المنتخب ريم الحلو برصيد 36 نقطة، متفوقة بفارق خمسة نقاط عن زميلتها في المنتخب علياء العمادي التي حلت بالمركز الثاني.

وحسم نجم منتخب الناشئين محمد سكيك منافسات فئته برصيد 34 نقطة، بفارق ثلاثة نقاط عن أقرب منافسيه حميد السويدي الذي حل بالمركز الثاني.

وفي البطولات التنشيطية المصاحبة، استطاعت لاعبة المنتخب الوطني حمدة السويدي، وضع بصمة جديدة لها، بانتزاع جائزة “أطول ضربة”، قبل تعاود ريم الحلو تألقها بانتزاعها أيضاً جائزة “أقرب كرة إلى الحفرة” التي حققتها عند الحفرة التاسعة.


مشاركة وتتويج 

وشهدت البطولة مشاركة وفيرة من صغار اللعبة الواعدين من البنين والبنات والذي لم تتجاوز أعمارهم ال10 سنوات وبمقدمتهم الشيخ نهيان بن ذياب بن سيف أل نهيان إلى جانب عدد من أصحاب الهمم وبمقدمتهم الشابة الدانه الهاشمي.

وقام بتتويج الفائزين والمميزين اكرم سكيك المدير التنفيذي للاتحاد وبحضور مدربي المنتخبات سمير الولاني وأبريل لورين وفلور ومسؤول التسويق روبرت فيلا عذا إلى جانب العديد من أولياء الأمور.

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