Saudi Arabia’s Khaled Attieh secured the 32nd edition of the Jordan Open at Ayla Golf Club, Aqaba, Jordan.

Khaled secured a one stroke victory after rounds of 73, 75, 75 for a tournament total of 223, over Qatar’s Saleh Ali Alkaabi and fellow Qatari Ali Al Shahrani just a further shot back, in the country’s national championship.

39 male and female competitors from across Arab and foreign countries including Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Oman, Switzerland, Qatar, the United Kingdom, the USA, Palestine, the United Arab Emirates, and Ireland took part in the championship that was hosted by the Jordan Golf Federation (JGF) under the expert guidance of their coaches from the JGF.

The Jordan Open stood out as one of the most significant sporting events of 2023 in the region – Ayla Golf Club

The Greg Norman designed course and the championship both played a pivotal role in Ayla’s mission to elevate Jordan’s golf scene to global professional standards as it aims to increase the popularity of golf within the country of Jordan among diverse demographics.

Sahl Dudin, the Managing Director of Ayla Oasis and Mr. Kareem Barghouthi, President of the Jordan Golf Federation are both actively combining to collaborat together to support the Jordan Golf Federation, the Jordan Olympic Committee and the Jordanian national golf teams.

The Jordan Open stood out as one of the most significant sporting events of 2023 in the region, setting the stage for the 2024 championship.

Tournament Results:
Men Gross:
Khalid Attieh (Saudi Arabia)
Saleh Al Kaabi (Qatar)
Ali Al Shahrani (Qatar)

Men Net:
Kevin Francis (UK)
Jean Nassar (Lebanon)
Saad Hijjawi (Jordan)

Ladies Division:
Yasmeen Thaher (Jordan)
Lujain Khalil (Saudi Arabia)
Lilian Mujahed (Jordan)

Junior Under 19:
Rami Samawi (Switzerland)
Ahmed Alwahaibi (Oman)
Abdulrahman Aldaher (Jordan)

Junior Under 14:
Mohammad Alrawashdeh (Jordan)
Daniel Thaher (Jordan)
Adam Saudi (Jordan)

Image: Jordan News Agency Petra