With the Pan Arab Junior and Ladies Championship less than 24 hours away, Riyadh Golf Club is prepared to host the largest edition of the event.

Over 100 competitors from 12 countries will be taking part across five categories; Under 15 Girls, Ladies, Under 13 Boys, Under 15 Boys and Under 18 Boys.

Golfers from Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Tunisia and the UAE will join the hosts Saudi Arabia in an event which marks a significant moment in the global golfing calendar as it it furthermore showcases the expanding talent there is in golf across the Arab world.

Over 100 competitors from 12 Arab countries – Saudi Golf Federation

The stats don’t lie, junior and ladies golf in the region is growing, as handicaps in all categories have seen a significant drop, indicating the rise in skill level across the board.

With the Saudi Golf Federation (SGF) hosting this prestigious event under the umbrella of the Arab Golf Federation (AGF) it is the SGF’s commitment to promote golf in the region as illustrated in its detailed preparation of proudly hosting the championship.

Last day of practice at Riyadh Golf Club – Saudi Golf Federation

The opening ceremony is scheduled for today, with the tournament then spanning across the three following days on the 28th – 30th November for all categories, with the exception of the Under 13 Boys who will play 36 holes.

This championship is more than a tournament; it’s a testament to the growing love for golf in the Arab world and a beacon of inspiration for future generations of golfers.

Images: Golf Saudi