Joe Way (EGC), Stephen Wilson (EGC), Mike Major (Creek) and Cian Hurley (EGC), with EGC team captain Neri Battung. Dubai Golf

By Matt Smith
Emirates Golf Club hosted the third and final fixture of the Dubai Golf Colleague Golf Championship this week as Dubai Golf colleagues from EGC, Jumeirah Golf Estates, Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, and TopGolf gathered to compete for the title and bragging rights.

After the first two clashes, EGC were leading of 831 points from JGE on 761 and Creek on 744.

Kevin Dike and Jayakumar Jaya won the pair’s event for EGC, and the Majlis boys also came out on top in the team event, where the best 10 scores from the 12 pairs counted to seal the title on 1,216 points. JGE settled for second on 1,125, with Creek third on 1,110.

You may also like:
Get your FREE September edition of Golf Digest Middle East here
Bubba Watson hopes he is still welcome at Augusta
UAE get under way at Eisenhower Trophy in France
LIV Golfers back format ahead of fourth event outside Boston
LIV Golf’s masterstroke signing may well turn out to be Lahiri
Why did Cam Smith join LIV Golf? 
It’s official: Smith joins LIV Golf
Viya Golf takes over management of Yas Links, Yas Acres and Saadiyat Beach
Team Europe announce Ryder Cup qualification process
Saudi Open to debut on Asian Development Tour
Win a spot at the DP World Tour Championship Pro-Am
Aramco Team Series to be held at Donald Trump’s Ferry Point in New York