Marius Fouche won the 2021 Dubai Duty Free Golf World Cup. Dubai Duty Free
By Matt Smith
The Dubai Duty Free Golf World Cup is all set for its 29th edition at Emirates Golf Club and Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club this Thursday and Friday, where nearly 100 executives from the international duty free industry will compete in the event ahead of the Middle East & Africa Duty Free Association (MEADFA) conference which is taking place in Bahrain this year.
Colm McLoughlin, Executive Vice Chairman & CEO of Dubai Duty Free expressed his delight that some of the players are returning having participated in the tournament almost every year since 1993. “The response to this year’s tournament has once again been very good and we are delighted to welcome these key industry figures back to Dubai,” he said. “We are also happy to welcome back Des Smyth, a well-respected Irish golfer, who is our golf pro for the tournament.”
The tournament is open to all male and female amateur players with a valid handicap of 28/36 or less. Three seniors categories has also been introduced for those over 50, 65 and 70.
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