Saudi Arabia wants to make golf a ‘group sport’

Saudi Arabia wants to make golf a 'group sport'

The latest announcements made by Golf Saudi pertain to the international sporting aspect of golf. With lots of money on the table: The goal is to attract champions to participate in a new circuit of tournaments.

Today, Saudi Arabia takes another step forward in its clear intention to play an important role in golf globally: it announces the launch of the Middle Eastern country, which is well-located between the West and Asia. “Golf Week”, A Golf Week, which will take place from January 30 to February 6, will bring together experts from around the world on the future of the sport and organize a range of activities for the youth. “Make it a collective sport”. There are also conference workshops specifically on the related program “Its apparent impact on physical, mental and social health”. Without forgetting handicaps the European Handicapped Golf Association (EDGA) will work and propose.

Large resources have been provided for the event by SoftBank Investment Advisors, which keeps no secret of its intention to attract the interest of Asian authorities through this Golf Week.

Commenting on Golf Saudi’s first “National Golf Week”, Majid Al Sorour, Vice President of the Saudi Golf Federation and CEO of Golf Saudi said: “We are already very excited about this great initiative and I hope it will continue over time. Golf Saudi encourages as many Saudis as possible to get involved in not only golf, but other sports as well. As both a physical and mental activity, golf is a great way to build confidence. Playing with other people can play an important role in building an active and fun social life… Our first “National Golf Week” Our Vision Will support the 2030 Goals and encourage more Saudis to become regular golfers, regardless of their age, gender or level “…


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