It has been quite the month for Nathan Fisher and an even better year for his beloved Sharjah Golf & Shooting Club.
At 33, Nathan Fisher is not exactly ancient in amateur golfing terms but, boy, he’s felt like it at times on the Emirates Golf Federation circuit this season.
Students from the Al Zawra Girls School are among the first to be exposed to the Emirates Golf Federation’s new grassroots initiative in the Northern emirates of the UAE.
Another tournament, another course record and another title for teen phenom Josh Hill.
Steven Kelbrick is living proof that life begins at 50 and has a golf magazine article to prove it. Now he also subscribes to the fabled adage that warns: “Beware the injured/sick golfer”.
For believers of good golf omens, Khalid Yousuf’s Saturday at Jebel Ali Golf Resort was a positive sign.
After 6½ years teaching in Dubai, Mathew Parker hankered for home. He may have been gone for two years but his coaching prowess clearly wasn’t forgotten in the Middle East.
The UAE had plenty of positives to accentuate despite another eye-opening Asia Pacific Junior Championship campaign in Hong Kong.
Reema Al Heloo, Tara Al Marzooqi, Mohammed Al Hajeri and Rashid Al Emadi will represent the UAE at the 2017 Asia Pacific Junior Championship in Hong Kong from August 30.
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