DP World Tour spot up for grabs at Arab Golf Championship

The upcoming 40th edition of the Men’s Arab Golf Championship, being held at the Dreamland Golf Resort in Cairo, Egypt, will offer the winner the tantalizing prospect of a place alongside the stars of the DP World Tour at the Ras Al-Khaimah (RAK) Championship presented by Phoenix Capital in early February.

Fourteen Arab Golf Federations and 52 players will compete for the coveted spot in the inaugural event taking place at Al Hamra Golf Club from February 3 to 6 2022.

Representing the United Arab Emirates at the 2021 Men’s Arab Golf Championship will be the number 539 amateur in the world Ahmed Skaik, team captain Khalid Yousuf, Abdulla Al Qubaisi, and Obaid Al Heloo.

“The Emirates Golf Federation and the Arab Golf Federation are extremely happy to receive this invitation from the DP World Tour. As golf continues to grow in the region this partnership between the United Arab Emirates, the DP World Tour, and the Middle East will push the development further for all Arab players. It’s an exciting time for us in Arab golf and we are looking forward to 2022, said Adel Zarouni, Vice Chairman of the Emirates Golf Federation.

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The UAE Team

The Men’s Arab Golf Championship is run over four rounds, the best three scores in a team of four are counted toward each round. Individual scores of players from each country are also recognized for individual Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals.

The UAE Team will be accompanied by, H.E. Sheikh Fahim Bin Sultan Al Qasimi (Emirates Golf Federation Chairman and Arab Golf Federation Chairman), Adel Zarouni (Emirates Golf Federation Vice Chairman and Arab Golf Federation Vice Chairman), General Abdullah Alhashmi (Vice President of the Emirates Golf Federation)and Khalid Mubarak Al Shamsi (Emirates Golf Federation Secretary General).

Follow the Emirates Golf Federation on social media to get the latest updates and photos from the event.


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